As a result of today’s verdicts Stephen Seddon has been brought to justice for the violent and premeditated murders of his own parents and for an earlier attempt on their lives.
He had planned these crimes in enormous detail and went to great lengths to cover his tracks and avoid detection, staging the scene of the murders to make it look like his father was responsible for the shootings.
After his failed attempt to kill his parents by driving the car into the canal he even presented himself as a hero for trying to rescue them.
His motive was purely financial: to get his inheritance without waiting for his parents to die.
Since then he has tried to deceive everyone about what really happened and has shown no remorse whatsoever.
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