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Trainee accountant guilty of murder

Stabbed nurse to death

Stuart
Harling, 19 a trainee accountant
murdering Cheryl Moss, 33, by stabbing and
slashing her 72 times in woods behind St George’s Hospital, Hornchurch, Essex,
in April last year, a court found.

Harling killed Moss while she was taking a cigarette break outside her
hospital.

According to court reports, a post-mortem examination confirmed Moss had died
from multiple stab wounds.

The prosecution claimed Harling was living out a violent fantasy which
evolved after he researched murder and serial killers on the internet.

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