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Murderer most foul; WE SAY.

THE wickedness of some murderers resonates down the decades and such a killer was Raymond Morris.

Convicted of the murder of sevenyear-old Christine Darby in 1969, he was also suspected of the two other Cannock Chase killings of Diane Tift and Margaret Reynolds.

Cowardly, cold-hearted Morris always protested his innocence and was apparently planning to appeal.

Now, at the age of 84, he has died in prison.

The world is no poorer a place without him bleating that he didn't do it despite all the evidence against him.

If any comfort can be drawn from this sickening tale, it is that he never saw the light of day.
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Publication:Birmingham Mail (England)
Date:Mar 14, 2014
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