Court hears Farrow had 'personality disorder'

A jury has heard how Stephen Farrow, the man accused of murdering the Reverend John Suddards at his vicarage in South Gloucestershire in February, was suffering from a personality disorder when he killed him. The court also heard how Farrow had told the vicar to " die and hurry up".

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Stephen Farrow Trial

The trial has begun of a man charged with murdering a vicar at his home in South Gloucestershire.