Let’s catch the clydach killer

Let’s catch the clydach killer

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Why this petition matters

Started by Deity Petitions

The family of four people murdered in South Wales have called on supporters of the man convicted of the killings to accept his guilt.  David Morris was found guilty of murdering Mandy Power, her two daughters, Katie and Emily, and her mother, Doris Dawson, in Clydach, near Swansea, in June 1999.  All four had been bludgeoned to death with a pole before their house was set on fire.  

The former builder was jailed for a minimum of 32 years, having been convicted for a second time of their murders in 2006. He died in prison in August aged 59.
Campaigners had spent years calling for his release from prison, attempting to shed doubt on the integrity of the original investigation. We need to get to the bottom of this sad case..

A police review of the Clydach murders has led to 'significant findings' as a result of analysing key forensic evidence.
David Morris was found guilty of the murders of Mandy Power, her two daughters Katie and Emily and her mother Doris Dawson in Clydach in 1999.
A scientific link between Morris and a sock, widely accepted as being used by the offender during the killings, has now been found.

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