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Swansea murder 12:44 - Apr 26 with 3215 viewsCountyJim

https://www.southwalesargus.co.uk/news/17600033.the-murder-of-muriel-drinkwater-

What an evil man terrible story hope hes rotting in hell
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Swansea murder on 21:01 - Apr 28 with 654 viewsFlashberryjack

Swansea murder on 20:24 - Apr 28 by Jack123

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"It's something that I think, will always be about opinions"

Of course it will be, but ask yourself, why are the families of the victims convinced that the right man is behind bars ?
Maybe because they know more of the condemning evidence against Dai Morris than was admissible in court.
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Swansea murder on 21:03 - Apr 28 with 648 viewsJack123

Swansea murder on 20:41 - Apr 28 by Wingstandwood

The Gellionen Road witness was questioned by Patrick Harrington Q.C. Her evidence was presented to a court of law.


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Swansea murder on 21:07 - Apr 28 with 637 viewsJack123

Swansea murder on 21:01 - Apr 28 by Flashberryjack

"It's something that I think, will always be about opinions"

Of course it will be, but ask yourself, why are the families of the victims convinced that the right man is behind bars ?
Maybe because they know more of the condemning evidence against Dai Morris than was admissible in court.


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Swansea murder on 21:16 - Apr 28 with 614 viewsWingstandwood

Swansea murder on 21:01 - Apr 28 by Flashberryjack

"It's something that I think, will always be about opinions"

Of course it will be, but ask yourself, why are the families of the victims convinced that the right man is behind bars ?
Maybe because they know more of the condemning evidence against Dai Morris than was admissible in court.


Mandy's closest family members were seen entering and exiting the courtroom TOGETHER with the very innocent individual that was accused of killing their own beloved mother, sister, and nieces.

BBC reporters Penny Roberts words were absolute and damning about Morris's claims of innocence and any future chance of him being deemed innocent.

After the second trial she said that the judge told the jury that it had come to a 'true' verdict. She mentioned the powerful prosecution case and even if there was another retrial the jury's decision would be the same as before.............Guilty!
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Swansea murder on 21:18 - Apr 28 with 613 viewsFlashberryjack

Swansea murder on 21:07 - Apr 28 by Jack123

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"I just feel he is a patsy"

Shame you couldn't have given that expert evidence to the jury and judge that read all the "actual"evidence (not the book) in both trials, the evidence of your gut feelings would have undoubtedly swung the jury into returning a "Not Guilty" verdict.
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Swansea murder on 21:28 - Apr 28 with 591 viewsWingstandwood

Swansea murder on 21:03 - Apr 28 by Jack123

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A witness whom was concerned about Morris arriving home at his home address with blood upon himself in the same early hours the murders took place was not given immediate attention.

That is because the police were distracted by lies and false alibis from more than one individual. And with those lies and false alibis it took longer to arrest Morris. The police did not let themselves down, individuals that should have come forward with information and the truth a.s.a.p both distracted and hampered the inquiry considerably.
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Swansea murder on 21:59 - Apr 28 with 544 viewsJack123

Swansea murder on 21:28 - Apr 28 by Wingstandwood

A witness whom was concerned about Morris arriving home at his home address with blood upon himself in the same early hours the murders took place was not given immediate attention.

That is because the police were distracted by lies and false alibis from more than one individual. And with those lies and false alibis it took longer to arrest Morris. The police did not let themselves down, individuals that should have come forward with information and the truth a.s.a.p both distracted and hampered the inquiry considerably.


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Swansea murder on 18:57 - May 1 with 334 viewstheloneranger

Today, "Cold Case Detectives" ruled out Harold Jones as the killer of Muriel Drinkwater ...

But he's still chief suspect of being "Jack the Stripper" , who murdered 6+ prostitutes in London in the early 1960's.

Another suspect in these murders was former World Light Heavyweight Champion Freddie Mills
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