Tracey Cameronwith Graham Haylett
|Leonard (Lennie) Fulbrig-49
|Leeds Crown Court
|Mrs Justice Cox
|James Goss QC
Lennie Fulbirg, had been living in Bradford but was originally from Newcastle upon Tyne. He was known to be a notorious womaniser who had been married four times and fathered at least 32-children. Fulbig had a string of previous conviction.
Tracey Cameron met Lenny Fulbirg in 1993, then aged 27, and gave birth to his child in 1994.
February 1996, Tracey Cameron met and fell in love with Graham Haylett, while her boyfriend Lenny Fulbirg was in prison on remand for child sex offences. The couple had plotted to get rid of Mr Fulbirg after Ms Cameron discovered that Lenny was a paedophile.
11th August 1996, just days after Lennies' release from prison, Tracey Cameron, of Bradford, lured her former lover Leonard (Lennie) Fulbirg into a trap. She told Lenny she needed to talk to him about custody of the children, he left to meet her, but was never seen again.
Cameron met Lennie again in a Bradford McDonald's, drugged his drink and tricked him into going to a flat. Lenny was drugged by Tracey Cameron, and then slaughtered by her new lover Graham Haylett. His body was then burnt and dismembered, with his torso abandoned in the lay-by on the Yorkshire moors. His arms, legs and head have never been found - but Tracey Cameron she had "fed him to the pigs".
2nd March 1997, A headless skeleton was found in a lay-by, by the side of the A6033 near the village of Oxenhope, near Keighley, West Yorkshire. The shocked walker, who found the skeleton, took photos and showed them to a friend who was a pathologist, who identified them as human remains. The police and forensics were called, but they were unable to identify the body.
June 2004, the headless body was identified using new DNA techniques, and identified as Lennie Fulbrig who had been missing since 1996.
"The forensic scientists proved 1,000% that the bones found were from missing man, Lenny Fulbrig.
4th March 2006, at Leeds Crown Court, the defendants, both 40-years-old, had denied killing Mr Fulbirg. The jury found Cameron and Graham Haylett, guilty of murdering Lennie Fulbrig, after deliberating for eleven hours.
Sentencing Mrs Justice Cox said: “I have not seen a single indication of any remorse from either of you throughout this trial.”