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COPY BY TOM BEDFORD<br />
Pictured: Christopher Sabine, the son of John Sabine from a previous marriage, outside the Aberdare Coroner's Court after the verdict Thursday 19 May 2016<br />
Re: A man found wrapped in plastic in his Rhondda Cynon Taff garden was unlawfully killed, a coroner has concluded.<br />
The body of John Henry Sabine was found at the rear of flats at Trem-y-Cwm, Beddau, on 24 November. The cause of death was blunt force head trauma.<br />
Mr Sabine's wife Leigh Ann, who died last October, is the main suspect.<br />
His inquest in Aberdare was told she admitted killing her husband with a stone frog in a phone call to a friend.<br />
South Wales Central Coroner Andrew Barkley said it was "beyond doubt in my mind that foul play was the cause of his death".<br />
He said the cause was blunt force injury to the head, with the evidence about the stone frog fitting with this.<br />
The coroner said there was no recorded history of domestic violence or that Mrs Sabine acted in self defence and he was satisfied her husband was unlawfully killed.
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COPY BY TOM BEDFORD
Pictured: Christopher Sabine, the son of John Sabine from a previous marriage, outside the Aberdare Coroner's Court after the verdict Thursday 19 May 2016
Re: A man found wrapped in plastic in his Rhondda Cynon Taff garden was unlawfully killed, a coroner has concluded.
The body of John Henry Sabine was found at the rear of flats at Trem-y-Cwm, Beddau, on 24 November. The cause of death was blunt force head trauma.
Mr Sabine's wife Leigh Ann, who...
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