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Arlene Fraser murder

Arlene Fraser murder

Crown accepts Supreme Court decision to quash Nat Fraser conviction

Prosecutors do not oppose the quashing of Nat Fraser's conviction for murdering his estranged wife, a court heard today.

Anger over Fraser bid to overturn conviction

A NEW attempt by Nat Fraser to overturn his conviction for arranging the murder of his estranged wife was condemned by her family yesterday.

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Court throws out Fraser's appeal over murder of wife Arlene

NAT Fraser, the businessman convicted of murdering his estranged wife, yesterday failed in an attempt to have his conviction quashed.

Fraser loses bid to overturn conviction in wife's murder

NAT Fraser today failed in a bid to have his 2003 conviction for murdering his estranged wife quashed at the Court of Appeal in Edinburgh.

Mitchell appeal set to join Fraser on TV

THE result of Luke Mitchell's appeal against his conviction for murdering his girlfriend is likely to be broadcast on television.

Arlene Fraser: 'Surely the guilt of what he did will always be there...'

HE has grieved for his daughter Arlene Fraser for ten years, yearning for the day when her body might be found.

Fraser given time to settle civil action

A CIVIL damages action, in which the convicted murderer Nat Fraser is being sued by his former business partner, was continued yesterday at Elgin Sheriff Court until 18 January for a possible settlement in the case.

Appeal judges send Fraser back to jail

NAT Fraser was back behind bars last night after the convicted wife-killer's bail was withdrawn at the end of submissions in his appeal.

Wife killer Nat Fraser back behind bars

CONVICTED wife killer Nat Fraser was dramatically sent back to jail today after spending more than 18 months on bail.

'Missing statement' refutes police evidence

JUDGES in the Nat Fraser appeal were stunned yesterday by a "significant development" which prompted one of them to comment: "Curiouser and curiouser."

PC witness 'mistaken' over rings evidence in Nat Fraser appeal

A CRUCIAL new witness in the Nat Fraser murder appeal was not deliberately lying but was mistaken in her evidence, it was suggested yesterday.

Detective in Fraser case 'facing action'

INDIVIDUALS who have been severely criticised in the Nat Fraser case could have action taken against them, it was revealed yesterday.

Crown 'sorry' but insists Fraser is guilty

THE Crown issued a full, public apology yesterday in the Nat Fraser case, but insisted that his conviction for murdering his estranged wife should stand.

Police lied to secure conviction in Nat Fraser case, appeal court told

POLICE lied to the chief prosecutor in the Nat Fraser murder trial in order to secure a conviction, it was claimed yesterday.

Police 'lied' to secure conviction in Nat Fraser case, appeal court told

POLICE lied to the chief prosecutor in the Nat Fraser murder trial in order to secure a conviction, it was claimed yesterday.

Fraser appeal told of 'evidence pressure'

TWO police officers have come under pressure to change evidence, which Nat Fraser is using to try to win an appeal against his conviction for killing his wife, it was claimed yesterday.

Vital evidence on Arlene Fraser's rings 'kept from murder trial'

CRUCIAL evidence which could have cleared Nat Fraser of murdering his estranged wife, Arlene, was withheld from him because of "extraordinary incompetence" by the Crown, it was alleged yesterday.

Wife killer Nat Fraser in court for appeal

A CONVICTED wife murderer appeared in court today to begin his appeal to clear his name.

Fraser sued for £125,000

NAT Fraser, the convicted wife-killer, is being sued for more than £125,000 by his former business partner.

Arlene Fraser death appeal 'depends on false evidence of officers'

BUSINESSMAN Nat Fraser's attempt to clear his name over the murder of his estranged wife is being built on the word of police officers who "are not telling the truth", it was claimed yesterday.

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