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Name:

Thomas Haigh

AKA:

 

D.O.B:

1986
Kill Total: 2

Kill date:

16 June 2011

Kill Place:

St. Austell, Cornwall

Status:

 

Occupation:

 
Victim:

Brett Flournoy

David Griffiths

D.O.B:

 

 


 

Court:

Truro Crown
Case No:  

Judge:

Mr Justice Mackay

Prosecution:

Paul Dunkels QC

Defence:

 

 

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Thursday 16th June 2011, Brett Flournoy, from Merseyside, and David Griffiths, from Berkshire, were killed at Ross Stone's farm near St Austell, Cornwall.

 

They were both shot, put into a van that was set on fire, the burnt out van and 2 bodies were then buried in a 2.4 meter deep hole.

 

Haigh killed the 2 drug dealers because they were demanding he go back to Brazil for a second time and bring back cocaine.

 

Thursday 12th January 2012, Trial starts at Truro crown court of Haigh and Stone, both deny murder.

 

Friday 13th January 2012, The jury were told that both defendants blamed the other for killing the two men, to whom the alleged killers both owed money, in Stone's case 40,000.

 

Tuesday 14th February 2012, Haigh sentenced to life and will serve a minimum of 35 years.

Ross Stone, of Sunny Corner farm, St Austell, was acquitted of murder, but found guilty of obstructing a coroner. He received five years.

 

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