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Claire Morris’s Killer Husband Owns Her Grave: Scottish Law Says His Tribute Cannot Be Changed

by | 3rd, June 2011

CLAIRE Webster was murdered by her husband Malcolm Webster. He burnt his wife to death in the family car, having first drugged her and crashed the vehicle to make it look like an accident. He tried the same method to murder his second wife.

Here is the timeline of events – it leads up to a pathetic episode of officialdom:

3 September 1993 : Malcolm Webster marries Claire Morris at Aberdeen’s King’s College Chapel.

Early 1994 : They have a car accent. The car rolls.

27/28 May 1994 : Claire Morris dies in a crash on the Oldmeldrum to Auchenhuive road. Mrs Morris is 32. The car a 4×4 crashes into a tree. The car burns. She is trapped in the car. He escapes. The event is logged as an accident. Webster will get the life assurance money.

April 1997 : Malcolm Webster marries Felicity Drumm in New Zealand.

12 February 1999 : Felicity Drumm is involved in a car crash in Aukland. Medics find sedation drugs in her blood.

5 August 2004 : Webster meets a nurse called Simone Banarjee. They are both working at a hospital in Oban, Argyll.

January 2008 : The pairs are due to marry. Police get wind of it. They tell her he is married to Drumm.

28 March 2008: Police open an investigation into the death of Morris.

30 May 2008 :

After the crash involving her, the 48-year-old failed to appear in court on a number of charges and is the subject of four warrants, which include arson and disabling or stupefying his victim.
That led to questions over the exact circumstances surrounding his first wife’s death.
A New Zealand Police spokesman said: “We can confirm that Malcolm John Webster is the subject of four warrants for his failure to appear in

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