Painter accused of killing one of Britain's richest landowners

Aspiring painter accused of killing one of Britain’s richest landowners told best friend he was planning revenge and wanted to ‘go out with a bangjust months before stabbing his mother and the multi-millionaire, 법원이 듣는다

  • Sir Richard Sutton, 83, was stabbed to death at his £2 million country mansion
  • 그의 파트너, 앤 슈라이버, 66, was stabbed so many times she is paralysed
  • Her son Thomas Schreiber, 35, has been accused of carrying out the attack
  • A court heard how he plotted revenge because he was infuriated by the way his mother and her partner had treated his father after their divorce
  • An aspiring painter accused of killing one of Britain’s wealthiest landowners told his best friend he was planning revenge and wanted to ‘go out with a bangmonths before he stabbed the multi-millionaire and his mother, 법원이 들었다.

    Thomas Schreiber, 35, allegedly murdered Sir Richard Sutton, 83, and stabbed his mother Anne Schreiber following months of resentment over inheritance and at how he thought they had treated his late father.

    The hotelier had a knife plunged 12cm into his heart while Mrs Schreiber, 66, was stabbed so many times during the ‘vicious assaultat Sir Richard’s £2m country mansion she was left paralysed from the neck down and breathing through a ventilator.

    The Moorhill estate in the hamlet of Higher Langham near Gillingham, 도싯, was left covered in blood and looking like a ‘warzonefollowing the frenzied attack.

    Today at Winchester Crown Court, Schreiber’s ‘best friendJames Reid gave evidence about chilling messages sent in the lead up to the killing. The court heard Schreiber wrote to 64-year-old Mr Reid ‘I’m thinking of revenge morning and nightand said he wanted to ‘go out with a bang’.

    Sir Richard Sutton, 83, had a knife plunged 12cm into his heart as he was stabbed to death at his £2m home

    Sir Richard Sutton, 83, had a knife plunged 12cm into his heart as he was stabbed to death at his £2m home

    Thomas Schreiber, 35, allegedly murdered Sir Richard Sutton, 83, and stabbed his mother Anne Schreiber following months of resentment

    Thomas Schreiber, 35, allegedly murdered Sir Richard Sutton, 83, and stabbed his mother Anne Schreiber following months of resentment

    3 월 2021, 그는 말했다: ‘I’m so sad to report that my mind is consumed with hatred of the very worst kind towards my family. They really hurt me betrayed me and destroyed all trust.

    ‘Simply put I contemplate murdering them all morning day and night. It’s not what I want to think about but it’s the truth. I want them to suffer.

    그는 덧붙였다: ‘I think and strategise every single day about how best to murder my mother and cothat’s how bad my mind is at.

    As far back as September 2020, Schreiber was spewing hatred about his family and Sir Richard to his friend on WhatsApp.

    그가 썼어: ‘Sir f***ing Richard (다시) raised his hand at me tonight as mum stood by him and watched. I pushed him back and told him to go f**k himself and his prejudiced ways.

    ‘F***ing nightmare, especially as I was cooking them an incredible roast duck recipe that took me two hours in total to make.

    ‘This b******t will never stop, these people are toxic c***s and the tragic thing is that it’s my own family.

    ‘It really is time to walk away. I have a plan which I’m working on. There are many holes in it but it’s a plan nonetheless. Revenge is at its heart which I’m sure I’ll regret but it’s about time.

    ‘Because of the tory, capitalist controlling security people like this live behind they will always be protected from their crimes and misdemeanours.

    ‘I’ve had enough of this security and watching people behaving as if they’re invincible.

    ‘No one is invincible. I intend to show that I am not invisible and that I won’t take this anymore. It’s one thing to walk away and another to walk with and go out with a BANG!

    ‘No one will be hurt physically.

    Schreiber has admitted manslaughter over the hotelier's death but denies murdering him. He pleads not guilty to the attempted murder of his mother (pictured with Thomas)

    Schreiber has admitted manslaughter over the hotelier’s death but denies murdering him. He pleads not guilty to the attempted murder of his mother (pictured with Thomas)

    The court previously heard how Schreiber living with the couple at the sprawling country estate became a ‘vicious triangleas Sir Richard became ‘consumedwith trying to get rid of the aspiring painter.

    His daughter Caroline Sutton even revealed the hotelier paid Schreiber £100,000 for a house deposit in a desperate attempt to get him to leave his home.

    리처드 경, who last year was listed at number 435 in the Sunday Times Rich List with an estimated family fortune of £301 million, was killed following rows with Schreiber about the inheritance of a family chandelier and a day at the races.

    The 83-year-old owned a sprawling property empire and more than 7,000 acres of land, including the five-star Sheraton Grand on London’s Park Lane and the Athenaeum hotel in Mayfair.

    Schreiber has admitted manslaughter over the hotelier’s death but denies murdering him. He pleads not guilty to the attempted murder of his mother.

    He has also pleaded guilty to dangerous driving on the night of the killing, after he fled in a Range Rover and was captured by police after a 135mph high speed chase from Wiltshire to London.

    Sir Richard’s body was found on the landing, after he was initially attacked downstairs and limped upstairs where Schreiber is said to have stabbed him a further five times in the chest with a kitchen knife.

    The prosecution say Schreiber repeatedly knifed his ‘toxic and gold diggingmother and Sir Richard after fantasising for months about their murders.

    Sir Richard had two children by his first wife Fiamma, and five grandchildren.

    Mrs Schreiber, a Danish-born physiotherapist who has a practice in Milborne Port, 도싯, has three grown-up children including son Thomas.

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