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    UK - Tae Hui Dalton, 38, found dismembered, Kingston-upon-Thames, 22 May 2004

    LONDON, England -- Police have launched a murder inquiry after a man found the dismembered remains of his daughter-in-law inside his son's refrigerator while looking for milk, according to police and newspaper reports.

    According to a report in The Sun newspaper, the man had gone to the couple's 500,000 ($910,000) three-bedroom house in Kingston, southwest London and found no one was home.

    After letting himself in and making a cup of tea, he opened the refrigerator to get some milk and found his daughter-in-law's dismembered body wrapped in plastic bags on the shelves, the paper said.

    The man reportedly called police after finding the body and was said to be receiving counseling.

    Detectives were looking for the man's son in relation to the incident, the Sun said.

    "We would like to speak to the owner of the house, but that doesn't make him a suspect," Reuters quoted a police spokeswoman as saying.

    A Scotland Yard spokeswoman confirmed to the UK Press Association that a murder investigation had been launched following the discovery of a dismembered body at a Kingston address.

    http://edition.cnn.com/2004/WORLD/eu...ody/index.html

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    Good for him that he called the police!!!!!!!!


    Instead of "pulling a Petersons'" he ,knowing his son is likely the guilty party,involved LE.
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    Quote Originally Posted by messiecake
    Instead of "pulling a Petersons'" he ,knowing his son is likely the guilty party,involved LE.
    Good point!!

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    UK - Tae Hui Dalton, 38, found dismembered in freezer, London, 22 May 2004

    LONDON, England -- British detectives have alerted ports in their hunt to track down a missing husband after the dismembered remains of his wife were found in their freezer.

    http://www.cnn.com/2004/WORLD/europe...dge/index.html
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    From January 2006:

    http://www.croydonguardian.co.uk/new...urt_of_appeal/

    The Korean community this week awaits the Court of Appeal hearing into the "body in the freezer" case which saw teacher Paul Dalton jailed for killing his wife and storing her dismembered body in a freezer.

    A judge at the court will tomorrow consider whether the concurrent sentences of two years for manslaughter and three years for preventing the burial of a body were unduly lenient.

    A judge, acting on a request from the Attorney General, will review relevant evidence from the Old Bailey trial in which Dalton, 35, from Woodside Road, Kingston, was cleared of murder but convicted of the manslaughter of his wife Tae Hui Dalton, 38, in 2004.
    The sentence was upheld:

    http://www.getsurrey.co.uk/news/loca...enient-4841687



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