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Image caption Craig Savage had bombarded his estranged wife with text messages and threatened her with revenge porn, the court heard. A man shot his estranged wife, mother-in-law and pet dog with a stolen automatic rifle in an execution-style killing, a court has heard. Craig Savage, 35, is accused of killing Michelle Savage, 32, and Heather Whitbread, 53, in Bexhill Road, St Leonards, East Sussex, on 16 March. Mrs Savage had been shot six times and her mother around seven times in a "planned execution", Lewes Crown Court was told. Mr Savage denies two counts of murder. He also denies possession of a firearm with intent to endanger life. Benjamin Aina, prosecuting, said: "He carried out th... Full story

15 October

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