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The anatomy of murder talk at Chichester branch

West Sussex Branch had a departure from our usual talk programme this June. Our chairman Anthony, as a QC, was good enough to give a very interesting evening talk on the anatomy of murder! As a fundraising event, we had an excellent result.

Though a rather grisly subject, the talk was informative and showed up the extraordinary capacity of humanity to amaze – the most bizarre being a man who stabbed his wife in the back of the neck and called it suicide!  And the jury acquitted him!

This story was submitted by the ESU West Sussex branch. Please click here for information on this branch and its upcoming events.

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