Shahram Sharghy is representing at least 20 families of David Fuller’s victims at the Public Inquiry and in their civil claims.
David Fuller was sentenced yesterday to two life-sentences for the murders of Wendy Knell and Caroline Pierce in 1987 and a concurrent 12 year term for the abuse of female bodies in mortuaries. Advances in DNA testing resulted in his arrest and subsequent conviction for the murders of Knell and Pierce.
When police raided his home they discovered hard drives containing meticulously labelled files containing his systematic abuse of recently deceased children and women over a period of at least 31 years. The Health Secretary, Sajid Javid, announced a full Public Inquiry to look into how Fuller was able to perpetrate these crimes against his victims over so many years.
Shahram has been instructed by Ben Davey of Dean Wilson LLP to represent the largest collection of families at both the Public Inquiry and in their civil claims for justice and compensation.
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