Cornish farm murder inquest

Verdicts of unlawful killing were recorded today on two drugs suppliers who were brutally murdered at a remote Cornish farm.

The bodies of Brett Flournoy and David Griffiths were found in the summer of 2011.

Inquest of drug dealers murdered at St Austell farm

The brutal killing of two drugs dealers at a remote farm in Cornwall was recalled at their inquest today.

Brett Flournoy and David Griffiths died two years ago at the farm near St. Austell.

Thomas Haigh was jailed for life for their murders, but it emerged at the hearing that he is appealing against his conviction and sentence.

Our Cornwall correspondent Steve Hardy reports:

Drugs suppliers were "unlawfully killed"

Verdicts of unlawful killing were recorded today on two drugs suppliers who were brutally murdered at a remote Cornish farm.

The bodies of Brett Flournoy and David Griffiths were found in the summer of 2011. They had been shot and their bodies placed in a van which was burned and buried in a deep trench at a farm near St.Austell. A man was convicted of their murder.

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Inquest into deaths of men found in a shallow grave on a farm

Thomas Haigh was jailed for the murders of Brett Flournoy and David Griffiths Credit: ITV News West Country

An inquest will be held this morning into the deaths of two men whose bodies were found in a makeshift grave on a farm near St Austell.

Brett Flournoy and David Griffiths died two years ago after they went to a farm in Trenance Downs to collect drugs debts. He was jailed for life for their murders.