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UK: Necrophiliac killer David Fuller charged with 16 other morgue sex crimes

UK: Necrophiliac killer David Fuller charged with 16 other morgue sex crimes

David Fuller was born in the mid-1950s and trained as an electrician and maintenance man while serving in the Portsmouth Navy.

At school, he got into a tussle with the police for stealing a bike and damaging property in a fire. In the 1970s he committed a series of what the police called “slow robberies”. As of 2020, Fuller was living in Heathfield, West Sussex with his third wife and their teenage son. The case that led to the whereabouts of the necrophiliac killer was the deaths of two women: Wendy Nell and Carolyn Pierce in 1987. However, Fuller’s attacks continued between 2007 and 2020.

Fuller, 68, received two life sentences on December 15, 2021, after pleading guilty at Maidstone Crown Court for the murders of Wendy Nell and Carolyn Pierce, according to Kent Police in the UK. In addition, he received a total concurrent sentence of 12 years in relation to other unrelated charges of which he pleaded guilty. These included sex crimes against 78 women who died at the morgues of Tunbridge Wells Hospital and the former Kent and Sussex Hospital between 2008 and 2020.

In addition, investigations conducted by the Kent and Essex Serious Crime Directorate have found evidence relating to a total of 101 victims in these morgues.

The Case of Wendy Nell and Caroline Pierce

Carolyn Pierce was 20 years old and Wendy Nell was 25 when the monstrous incidents of their murders took place. Used to work at the nail photography store Supa Snaps., Her lover had left her at home on the night of her death and the next day she was found naked and covered in blood in their bedroom. While Pierce used to work at Buster Brown, a popular restaurant in the area. She was found near a pipe when a driver saw her passing.

Since not enough progress in DNA analysis had been made in the 1980s, the matter was not resolved until eight years later. To trace Fuller’s whereabouts, investigators took DNA samples from the crime scene and compared it to their database of people on file. But, they did not succeed.

In 2019, forensic experts discovered a technique called ‘family DNA’. Which is used to track the relatives of criminals. This was “absolutely important”, according to former Metropolitan Police detective Noel McHugh, who advised Kent investigators.

Well, because of this he got Fuller’s brother. Upon investigating the Fuller family, police learned that David Fuller lived in the area at the time of the crime. On 3 December 2020, the police reached his farm and knocked on the door. When asked about the restaurant where one of his victims worked, Fuller said he didn’t know it.

The police thus had more tools to realize that Fuller was lying. On searching the house, he found notebooks, 30 mobile phones, SIM cards, 2,200 old storage discs containing evidence of his heinous crimes. Furthermore, he found with surprise that he had placed a hidden and screwed drawer inside a cabinet that held four hard drives. which contained pornographic videos of crimes committed at the morgues of two hospitals in Kent: Kent and Sussex, now closed, and Tunbridge Wells.

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