Who is David Fuller? Necrophiliac double murderer David Fuller, 68, pleads guilty to sexually abusing 23 dead women in hospital mortuaries over 13 years

David Fuller

A double murderer who has sexually abused over a hundred female corpses has admitted to abusing 23 dead women in hospital morgues.

David Fuller, 68, pleaded guilty to 12 counts of sexual penetration of a corpse and four counts of possession of extreme pornography between 2007 and 2020 at Croydon Crown Court on Thursday.

David Fuller

The necrophiliac, who is already serving life in prison for murdering two women and sexually abusing 102 female corpses, appeared in court earlier this year to face 16 new sex charges.

The former Tunbridge Wells Hospital electrician had complete access to the hospital and was able to commit his heinous crimes there.

Fuller was imprisoned for beating and strangling Wendy Knell, 25, and Caroline Pierce, 20, to death before sexually assaulting them in two separate attacks in Tunbridge Wells, Kent, in 1987.

He also filmed himself abusing corpses, including a nine-year-old girl, two 16-year-olds, and a 100-year-old woman, over the course of 12 years before his arrest in December 2020.

Who is David Fuller? Necrophiliac double murderer David Fuller, 68, pleads guilty to sexually abusing 23 dead women in hospital mortuaries over 13 years

After admitting to sexually assaulting at least 102 dead women while working as an electrician in a hospital morgue, Fuller received two life sentences in December 2021.

The pensioner pleaded guilty to the murders, as well as 51 other charges at Maidstone Crown Court, including 44 charges relating to 78 victims in mortuaries between 2008 and November 2020.

His crimes were first revealed after he was linked to one of Britain’s longest unsolved double murders more than 30 years ago.

Double murderer David Fuller, 68, has pleaded guilty at Croydon Crown Court to 16 sexual offences relating to 23 dead women in mortuaries between 2007 and 2020

During the investigation, a DNA breakthrough linked Fuller to the cold cases, leading police to his stash of sickening recordings of himself abusing corpses.

The Secretary of State for Health and Social Care announced the investigation into Fuller’s crimes in November of last year. It has worked with the families of the more than 100 women who have died.

One of Fuller's victims was Azra Kemal, 24. The deranged hospital electrician broke into Tunbridge Wells Hospital's mortuary three times to sexually abuse her body.
One of Fuller’s victims was Azra Kemal, 24. The deranged hospital electrician broke into Tunbridge Wells Hospital’s mortuary three times to sexually abuse her body.

The inquiry’s “phase 1” report was due to be released by the end of this year. This will look into how Fuller was able to commit his crimes on dead bodies and ‘why they went unnoticed.’

However, the initial report will now not be released until “the first half of next year.”

‘The volume of evidence the Inquiry has and continues to receive, as well as the number of witnesses to interview, is far greater than anticipated,’ according to a statement from the inquiry.

‘In order to ensure all evidence is considered and analysed thoroughly, the Inquiry will therefore require more time than originally planned. Sir Jonathan Michael and his team are committed to being thorough and will balance that with working at pace.

Wendy Knell and Caroline Pierce were murdered in 1987
Wendy Knell and Caroline Pierce were murdered in 1987

‘This means that the Inquiry’s initial report on matters relating to Maidstone and Tunbridge Wells NHS Trust, will now be published in the first half of 2023.’

The additional charges brought against Fuller are ‘not currently expected to alter the timeline of our work’.

source:nsemwokrom.com

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