Catherine Wells-Burr killer to appeal conviction

Burnham and Highbridge Weekly News: APPEALING: Tadevsz Dmytryszyn. APPEALING: Tadevsz Dmytryszyn.

A POLISH national found guilty of murdering Catherine Wells-Burr has appealed against his conviction. 

Tadevsz Dmytryszyn was handed a 32-year jail sentence in June last year alongside his niece Anna Lagwinowicz and her former lover Rafal Nowak, who was Catherine's boyfriend at the time of her death. 

All three were found guilty of the 23-year-old's murder after a six-week trial at Bristol Crown Court. 

But Dmytryszyn has now lodged an appeal against his conviction and sentence. 

Any hearing regarding this would take place at the Court of Appeal in London, but a date has not yet been set. 

 

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2:11pm Tue 14 Jan 14

xxmatronxx says...

Another waste of money. You did the crime now do the time.
Another waste of money. You did the crime now do the time. xxmatronxx

8:57am Wed 15 Jan 14

Plymouthboy says...

Hanging works well!!
Hanging works well!! Plymouthboy

1:29pm Thu 16 Jan 14

heather147 says...

I think these people should be sent back to Poland to serve their crimes. Why should the British taxpayers keep them in luxury?
I think these people should be sent back to Poland to serve their crimes. Why should the British taxpayers keep them in luxury? heather147

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