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1998 pair - Mansfield garden bodies murders: Pair jailed for life

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Mansfield garden bodies murders: Pair jailed for life

bbc.co.uk2014-06-23 20:01:50Cache

23 June 2014 Last updated at 18:51 A husband and wife have both been jailed for life for murdering her parents and burying them in their back garden. Susan and Christopher Edwards were found guilty of shooting dead Patricia and William Wycherley and burying them at the Wycherleys' home in Mansfield, Nottinghamshire, in 1998. The bodies lay undiscovered until October last year. They were each given a minimum 25-year sentence at Nottingham Crown Court.

Mustaine: No sense in Friedman, Menza return

teamrock.com2014-07-27 16:11:48Cache

Megadeth mainman Dave Mustaine says bringing back ex-members Marty Friedman and Nick Menza would be like "putting a rotten tooth back in your mouth." He admits he still receives requests to have the fired pair rejoin the band – but insists there's no chance of it ever happening. Drummer Menza was behind the kit between 1989 and 1998 while guitarist Friedman spent a decade with Mustaine from 1990.

Mansfield garden bodies murders: Pair jailed for life

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Mansfield garden bodies murders: Pair jailed for life

bbc.co.uk2014-06-23 20:01:50Cache

23 June 2014 Last updated at 18:51 A husband and wife have both been jailed for life for murdering her parents and burying them in their back garden. Susan and Christopher Edwards were found guilty of shooting dead Patricia and William Wycherley and burying them at the Wycherleys' home in Mansfield, Nottinghamshire, in 1998. The bodies lay undiscovered until October last year. They were each given a minimum 25-year sentence at Nottingham Crown Court.

Pair guilty of 1998 Mansfield 'garden bodies' murder

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Pair guilty of 1998 Mansfield 'garden bodies' murder

bbc.co.uk2014-06-20 15:46:44Cache

20 June 2014 Last updated at 14:28 The BBC's Jo Black reports on the dark secret kept by Susan and Christopher Edwards for 15 years A husband and wife have been found guilty of the murder of the woman's parents, whose bodies lay undiscovered for 15 years, buried in a back garden. Susan and Christopher Edwards shot Patricia and William Wycherley and buried them at the Wycherleys' home in Mansfield, Nottinghamshire, in 1998.

Pair guilty of \'garden bodies\' murder

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Pair guilty of 'garden bodies' murder

bbc.co.uk2014-06-20 15:46:40Cache

A husband and wife have been found guilty of the murder of the woman's parents, whose bodies were found buried in garden in Nottinghamshire.Susan and Christopher Edwards shot Patricia and William Wycherley dead and buried them at their home in Mansfield in 1998.Jo Black reports.

Married couple found guilty of murdering parents

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Married couple found guilty of murdering parents

descrier.co.uk2014-06-20 12:01:56Cache

A husband and wife have been found guilty of murdering the woman’s parents and burying their bodies in the garden of the Mansfield home in 1998. Susan Edwards, 55, and Christopher Edwards, 57, shot Patricia and William Wycherley and emptied their bank accounts between 1998 and 2013 in an incident dubbed the “garden bodies murders”.