The family of a man serving life for murdering his ex-girlfriend are preparing for a last-ditch legal attempt to have key forensic exhibits retested. Kevin Nunn was convicted in of the murder of Dawn Walker after her partially clothed body was found on the bank of the River Lark in Suffolk on February 4 Nunn's legal team are trying to force Suffolk Police to give them access to key forensic evidence linked to the case that they said was not properly examined at the time. This includes sperm that was found on Miss Walker's body, from which the original investigators were unable to get a full DNA profile. Nunn's sister Brigitte Butcher said: "Why would Kevin put himself out there asking for all of these tests if there was any way he was guilty?
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A man who was left for dead in Bury St Edmunds has described the moment he was blasted with a shotgun. Jonathan Catchpole was attacked by three armed men at his flat last year and had to have 40 shotgun pellets removed from his chest by surgeons. His ex-girlfriend Rebecca Deferia is accused of conspiring to murder him. The court was shown a police video where Jonathan Catchpole, still recovering in hospital, said he was "expecting something to happen" after being in a long-running despite with his ex-girlfriend Rebecca Deferia but that he "wasn't expecting someone would try to kill me. The couple ended their five-year relationship in The prosecution claims Rebecca Deferia was "at the heart" of an "elaborate conspiracy" to murder her ex and had arranged with her father Colin Deferia to hire hitmen to carry out the attack. He told the court he remembered answering the door and three armed men burst in.
Man who found ex-girlfriend in bed with new partner in Ipswich jailed for attack
The Tory MP who received a police caution for assaulting his ex-girlfriend is to face a disciplinary investigation conducted by the party's chief whip, Michael Gove. David Ruffley, MP for Bury St Edmunds, will be called to a meeting with Gove to discuss his conduct after a complaint was sent to the Conservative party. The incident took place in March but the party only decided to take action after the Very Rev Frances Ward, the dean of St Edmundsbury Cathedral, wrote to Ruffley and key party figures saying he should step down. Ward, a friend of Ruffley's former partner, said the woman had "winced in obvious pain" when they hugged in greeting a few days after the incident and told of how frightened she had been of his "rage and violent behaviour". Until now the Conservative party has maintained that the matter was dealt with at the time by police.
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