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Brutal Murderer David Morris Who Killed Three Generations of Same Family Dies in Prison

David Morris, 57, was behind bars for the killing of mum Mandy Power, 34, her 80-year-old mum Doris and Mandy's two little girls Katie, 10, and Emily, eight, in Clydach, south Wales in 1994

Daily Mirror, 21 AUG 2021.

David Morris has died in prison

The man accused of the brutal Clydach murders has died in prison, The Mirror can reveal.

David Morris, 57, was behind bars for the killing of mum Mandy Power, 34, her 80-year-old mum Doris and Mandy's two little girls Katie, 10, and Emily, eight, in 1999.

It was a crime which shocked the nation when it happened in a quiet suburban street in Clydach, south Wales.

At first thought to be a tragic house fire investigators soon realised the full horror of the scene before them.

It was revealed the family had been bludgeoned to death with a metal pole and left to burn in a fire set to seemingly cover up the heinous crime.

One former and two serving South Wales police officers were initially suspected in a sensational love triangle plot but were never charged and local labourer David Morris was later arrested.

Last night it was revealed Mr Morris died suddenly at Long Lartin prison in Worcestershire of a suspected heart attack.

But his family have long since protested his innocence and a campaign was slowly growing to have his convictions overturned.

Earlier this year South Wales police launch an independent review into the case.

At the time Morris's eldest daughter Janiene and his sister Debra, sat down with The Mirror and pointed to the fact no DNA, fingerprints or eye witnesses have ever been found which put him at the scene.

They argue the prosecution's case has always been based upon circumstantial evidence although juries at two trials have found him guilty.

Mum-of-three Janiene, 39, from Swansea, said: “I never believed for one minute that my dad was capable of such violence, it simply wasn't the man he was.

“There was just no way that it was ever possible that he would have been able to commit those murders.”

Debra Thomas, 54, a Disabilities support worker, said: “If I could say anything to the family of Mandy Power it would be that we share their pain but want them to realise the real murderers are still walking amongst them

They are still out there.

“They have been lied to for 20 years, they think the right man is in prison, and he's not.”

The controversial case has divided opinion for two decades and David Morris certainly did not help himself with his behaviour at the time of his conviction.

A small-time crook in his youth he was well known to the police in the former pit village of Clydach, near Swansea.

He told investigators he was having an affair with Mandy Power behind the back of his girlfriend and Mandy's best friend, Mandy Jewell, at the time of the killings.

He also lied about owning a gold chain found at the scene of the crime saying it wasn't his, "on the lives of my children,"but later admitted it was, claiming he left it there after an earlier tryst with Mandy Power.

His alibi on the night of the killings from late on June, 26, to the early hours of June, 27, 1999, has always been unclear.

He says he went for a walk to calm down in the country lanes near Clydach,

after a row with Mandy Jewell in the New Inn pub on the edge of the village, before returning to the flat he shared with her in the early hours.

But while he says Mandy Jewell let him in at about 3am she originally told police Morris had arrived home between 10:30 and 11pm only to then tell the court at his trial she didn not know what time he came home.

Morris was handed four life sentences for the murders in 2002 but in 2005 these were overturned at the Court of Appeal.

However just a year later Morris faced a re-trial and was convicted for a second time.

A bid to take his case to the Court of Appeal was also rejected in 2018 by the Criminal Cases Review Commission.

But Morris was not the first suspect in the case.

Suspicion first fell on Mandy Power's lesbian lover, Alison Lewis, a now retired Welsh rugby star and former Sergeant in South Wales police.

She was arrested in July 2000 alongside her husband Stephen and his twin brother Stuart.

The married couple were arrested on suspicion of murder and Stuart on suspicion of perverting the course of justice.

At the time both Stephen and Stuart were serving police officers in the South Wales force.

Stuart, an Inspector, was actually on duty in the area on the night of the murders and he came under scrutiny because he was the most senior officer to arrive at the scene.

But when he got there stayed for less than 10 minutes and failed to preserve it.

His log book for that night went missing and he also failed to fill in his police pocket book until the two days after the crime.

But detectives could never make a case against the trio.

They were ruled out as suspects in 2001 and have vehemently denied any involvement in the crimes ever since.

But for Morris's supporters the questions about who actually did commit the murders have never gone away.

The case against Morris has long been based on the idea that Morris, drunk and angry after a row in the pub with his girlfriend Mandy Jewell, walked to Mandy Power's house for sex but was rejected and in anger went on a killing spree.

However, despite the lack of forensic evidence linking him to the scene, his supporters point out he may simply not have had the time to carry out the murders which were strangely methodical and even ritualistic.
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