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14:14 | 23rd March 2017

News: UK

Fri 9 Jul, 2010
By Sam Bristowe


Kilcullen was found guilty of murder and attempted murder of a gay man and his partner and was later sentenced to 32 years in prison for his actions but since put in an appeal which failed

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A man guilty of murdering a gay man and attempted murder of his partner has failed in his appeal bid for a shorter sentence.

David Kilcullen was found guilty of murder and attempted murder of a gay man and his partner and was later sentenced to 32 years in prison for his actions but since put in an appeal which failed.

Killcullen, 47, was found guilty of a knife attack on Gerry Edwards, 59, leaving him dead and his partner Chris Bevan, 57, in a critical state at their home in East London on March 3 in 2009.

He was sentenced to 32 years imprisonment for his actions and recently put in an appeal to have the sentence reduced to which the court dismissed.


 

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