Friday, April 1, 2016

Man, 53, charged with murder of mother of three and her 'lover' after bloodbath knife attack in which two of her sons, aged 20 and 17, were also injured

Foster Christian, 53, has tonight been charged with two counts of murder and two counts of GBH following the deaths of Natasha Sadler, 40 (pictured), and her 'partner' Simon Gorecki, 47, in Canterbury, Kent, on Tuesday night       The other victim is a man named locally as Simon Gorecki, 51, who was thought to be her partner

53-year-old man has been charged with the murder of a mother of three and her ‘lover’ who were stabbed to death in a 'bloodbath' knife attack which also left two of her sons seriously injured.
Foster Christian has been charged with two counts of murder and two counts of GBH following the deaths of Natasha Sadler, 40, and boyfriend Simon Gorecki, 47, in Canterbury, Kent.


Christian was arrested following the incident on Tuesday night, which also left Ms Sadler’s 17-year-old son Brandon in a critical condition in hospital and her other son Connaugh Harris, 20, injured.

Christian, a mechanic who is thought to live in the property which Ms Sadler and Mr Gorecki were stabbed outside of, was charged at 8pm last night after police were given  more time to question him. He will now appear before Medway Magistrates' Court today.


Foster Christian will now appear before Medway Magistrates' Court tomorrow via video link Foster Christian (pictured), a mechanic who is thought to live in the property which Ms Sadler and Mr Gorecki were stabbed outside of, was charged at 8pm tonight after detectives were given more time to question him
Foster Christian (pictured), a mechanic who is thought to live in the property which Ms Sadler and Mr Gorecki were stabbed outside of, was charged at 8pm last night after detectives were given more time to question him
The bodies of Ms Sadler and Mr Gorecki were removed from outside a property in Canterbury, Kent, on Tuesday. Police charged Foster Christian last night and he will appear at Medway Magistrates' Court today
Two women, aged 18 and 35, who were also arrested in connection with the incident remain in custody. They were arrested on suspicion of perverting the course of justice.
Post mortem examinations of Ms Sadler and fishmonger Mr Gorecki were due to take place today.
Officers were called to a report of an 'altercation' at a residential property in Dickens Avenue, Canterbury, shortly before 8pm on Tuesday.
Neighbour Rab Hendry, 50, said he helped one of the victims' wounds with tea towels. He told how one person had told him he had been stabbed.
He then saw two people, who he believed were brothers. The older one had been apparently stabbed in the arm, while the other was thought to have been stabbed in the stomach.









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