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Such a blessing, such a relief from steadily more unendurable pressure, in spite of everything, is the appearance of an absolute commander for these herd-animal-Europeans , such as last dislayed in the grand manner by the rise of Napoleon. The history of Napoleon's effectiveness is almost the history of the higher happiness which this whole century attained in its most valuable men and moments. All my reverses originated there. The Spanish war destroyed my reputation throughout Europe, increased my difficulties and provided the best possible training ground for English troops.
I trained the English army myself, in the Peninsula. Helena, quoted by Desmond Seward. New France Louisiana , Martinique present Guadaloupe present St. People who, like the present author, lived through the German occupation in Poland , later read French memoirs of the war years that seemed to describe a fairy-tale world. The French during the war continued to attend theatres, published without inhibition books and journals censored by the Germans, and gave each other literary prizes; high schools and universities functioned.
Life was poorer, to be sure, but its continuity was not broken. Leszek Ko akowski , Is God Happy? The main basis for this argument is that there was no evidence that Edith was party to arranging the murder on the night in question, but the issue is bound up with his perception of what it means to be "principal to murder in the second degree" i.
As to her character, the trial Judge, Mr. The former labelled her as an adulterer, deceitful and wicked and, by implication, easily capable of murder. Her letters were full of "insensate silly affection"  and also " This is not an ordinary charge of murder Am I right or wrong in saying that this woman is one of the most extraordinary personalities that you or I have ever met?
Have you ever read Such things have been very seldom put by pen upon paper. This is the woman you have to deal with, not some ordinary woman. She is one of those striking personalities met with from time to time who stand out for some reason or another You are men of the world and you must know that where there is a liaison which includes some one who is married, it will be part of the desire of that person to keep secret the relations from the other partner.
It is not the sort of thing that they would bring to the knowledge of their partner for life. Bywaters as a woman capable of doing anything — even murder — to keep his love? Bywaters wanted to get away from her. That was a true and appropriate description. Justice Shearman KC to the era of the s. However, Young, writing contemporaneously with the trial, suggests that it was the young of that generation who needed to learn morality:.
Justice Shearman frequently referred to Bywaters as "the adulterer," apparently quite unconscious of the fact that, to people of Bywaters' generation, educated in the ethics of dear labour and cheap pleasure, of commercial sport and the dancing hall, adultery is merely a quaint ecclesiastical term for what seems to them the great romantic adventure of their lives.
Adultery to such people may or may not be "sporting," but its wrongness is not a matter that would trouble them for a moment. Sinai, for them, is wrapped in impenetrable cloud. Weis's legal criticisms raise objection to the fairness of Edith's conviction that there was no direct evidence of the involvement of Edith in the planning of the murder, or that she had even consented to its commission on the night in question.
The deficit in evidence as to direct arrangement was conceded by the Court of Appeal. However, it pursued a line of reasoning to the effect that proof of instigation of murder in a community of purpose without evidence of rebuttal raises an "inference of preconcerted arrangement". The Court of Appeal seemed to take a narrower approach to "principal in the second degree" than the Court, but it is unclear, because "preconcerted arrangement" admits of different shades of meaning.
The Court of Appeal seemed determined to forestall any argument based on the mere method or timing of the murder being unagreed to, if there was other plausible evidence of a preconcerted object of murder. Its narrow judgment is unsatisfactory to those who now allege Edith played no part in the murder itself.
However, its judgement is limited in extent to the point it was addressing, which was continuity of purpose up until the commission of the murder. If non-agreement as to the means and timing of the murder be conceded, there was merit to its claim that the case "exhibits from beginning to end no redeeming feature.
The compact that they had admitted between themselves was one of "culpable intimacy. Everything pointed to Edith desiring the death of her husband over an extended period, to the day of the murder itself, as evidenced by her ridiculous cover for Bywaters after the commission of the murder. What substantive evidence had the Defence put forward to deny her guilt besides her cry "Don't Don't!
One might reasonably posit Edith to have been in some kind of semi-hypnotic trance cast by Bywaters's malevolent spell, that she was unable ever to free herself from. Given Edith's reported unedifying performance as a witness, Weis does just about concede that her conviction was inevitable, as does Sir Henry Curtis-Bennett KC, although he claims he could have saved her had she not rejected his advice not to take the witness stand.
Curtis-Bennett said to Mr. Stanley Bishop, a journalist, "She spoiled her chances by her evidence and by her demeanour. I had a perfect answer to everything which I am sure would have won an acquittal if she had not been a witness. She was a vain woman and an obstinate one. She had an idea that she could carry the jury. Also she realized the enormous public interest, and decided to play up to it by entering the witness-box.
Her imagination was highly developed, but it failed to show her the mistake she was making. Delusion was no defence to murder  and this could not save her.
Curtis-Bennett argued a more legally sure but evidentially bankrupt defence based on Edith acting the part of poisoner, or engaging in a fantasy. Yet she seemed to nullify this by her evidence of reacting to Bywater's suggestions. One of her main lines of defence, that she was constantly seeking a divorce or separation from her husband, and that it rather than murder was the main object of the attested five-year compact between her and Bywaters shown in her letters, was dismissed by the Judge as a sham.
As the Defence was left without a reply to the Judge's antipathy to its attempts to divest her "great love" of moral accountability and instill it with an aura of majesty - the suffering of her husband in his life  and in his death cried out against it - the Defence had little of substance to put before the Jury except that she had not arranged the murder directly.
Curtis-Bennett's linking of the innocence of Edith to that of Bywaters at the end of his closing speech disclosed the dire straits to which Edith's defence had sunk. Young avers that the Defence used the wrong tactics.
Thompson, 'I did not murder Percy Thompson, I had nothing to do with it. I had no knowledge of it, and I was stunned and horrified when it took place, and I defy the prosecution to introduce any evidence with which that denial is not absolutely compatible,' and had rested on that, I do not think you could have found a British jury to convict her. However, Young's point, that the burden of proof was on the Crown, to prove murder, rather than on the Defence to rebut a presumption of murder, is certainly a valid one.
A criticism can be made of the Court and also the Court of Appeal that it did not define "principal in the second degree" sufficiently precisely to give its critics confidence in the proper administration of justice, especially given that this was a capital case. Thompson, or that, if there was not an actual agreement in terms, there was an instigation by Mrs. Thompson to get rid of him, on which Bywaters acted so as to kill him. A five-year compact between Edith and Bywaters was shown to have lasted throughout the entire course of their exchange of letters up until the date of the murder.
It was obvious [ opinion ] that if only one of its aims had been the death of Percy Thompson, which seemed tolerably plain from the letters, and from Edith's persistent lying on the night of the murder, and her subsequent false witness statement s , then on the above definition of "principal in the second degree" as no more than as instigator in a community of purpose, Edith would be found guilty.
This was presumably the basis on which the Jury's decision rested. It is difficult to see how the Jury could have arrived at any other conclusion. Justice Shearman KC, placed much weight on inconsistencies in her evidence, particularly her statements to the police concerning the night of the murder that suggested she had intended to conceal her witness of the crime, and perhaps conversations of criminal intent with Bywaters preceding it, although she always vigorously denied foreknowledge of it.
Broad  states that the Judge's summing up was considered to be at the time "deadly, absolutely against her" but he does not claim that the Judge was less than impartial, even though he resolutely argues for her innocence. The Defence did succeed in some points, showing that guesswork by the prosecution over ambiguous content of some of the letters was fanciful and wrong. An autopsy on Percy Thompson had failed to reveal any evidence that he had been fed ground glass or any type of detectable poison.
That her letters did not necessarily reflect her deeds in respect of the so-termed poison plots was fairly clear. Even though perceived in her favour by Broad  and Young,  the Court of Appeal held the poison-plots against her and against him: Those letters were material as throwing light, not only upon the question by whom was this deed done, but what was the intent, what was the purpose with which it was done"  said the Court of Appeal to Bywaters. The impending crime of Bywaters is seen in the morbid and almost demented possessiveness of his last letters to Edith.
Combined with Edith's earlier ambiguous remark to "be jealous of [her husband] so much that you will do something desperate",  it seems that matters reached a juncture, albeit in a dangerously unstable mind, long since blinded to the norms of morality by his hatred of Percy.
Despite the culpability of Bywaters, whose only claim to leniency was that he had been led astray by Edith, which was an unlikely proposition due to his reported lack of innocence,  the press of the day "hardened in favour of condemnation of the woman and forgiveness of the youth because he was a weak and often unwilling slave of her stronger will.
The entire folio of letters was later published by Filson Young in the Notable British Trials series in , although the letters are not in any kind of chronological order, for which see Lewis Broad below. Edgar Lustgarten  states that "The Thompson verdict is now recognized as bad, and the trial from which it sprang stands out as an example of the evils that may flow from an attitude of mind.
The date of her birth led Fred and Rose to name the child Mae June. Shortly after giving birth to her second child, Rose began to work as a prostitute, operating from an upstairs room at their residence and advertising her services in a local contact magazine. Fred encouraged Rose to seek clients in Gloucester's West Indian  community through these advertisements. As well as being a prostitute, Rose had sex with male and female lodgers in the household, and with people Fred encountered via his work; she also bragged to several people that no man or woman could completely satisfy her.
If the woman resisted or expressed any pain or fear, this would greatly excite Rose, who would typically ask: To many of these women, it became apparent Rose and her husband who regularly participated in threesomes with his wife and her lovers took a particular pleasure from seeking to take women beyond their sexual limits—typically via sessions involving bondage , as the Wests openly admitted to taking a particular pleasure from any form of sex involving a strong measure of dominance, pain and violence.
To cater to these fetishes , they amassed a large collection of bondage and restraining devices, magazines and photographs—later expanding this collection to include videos depicting bestiality and graphic child sexual abuse. Rose controlled the West family finances, Fred giving her his pay packets.
He also installed a baby monitor in the room, allowing him to listen from elsewhere in the house. The room included a private bar, and a red light outside the door warned when Rose was not to be disturbed. Rose carried the sole key to this room around her neck,  and Fred installed a separate doorbell to the household which Rose's clients were instructed to ring whenever they visited the household. Much of the money earned from Rose's prostitution was spent on home improvements.
By , Rose's father had come to tolerate his daughter's marriage, and to develop a grudging respect for Fred. Fred willingly accepted these children as his own, and falsely informed them the reason their skin was darker than that of their siblings was because his great-grandmother was a black woman.
When each of the West children reached the age of seven, they were assigned numerous daily chores to perform in the house; they were seldom allowed to socialise outside the household perimeters unless either Fred or Rose were present, and had to follow strict guidelines imposed by their parents, with severe punishment—almost always physical—being the penalty for not conforming to the household rules.
The children feared being the recipients of violence from their parents, the vast majority inflicted by Rose, occasionally by Fred. The violence was sometimes irrational, indiscreet or just inflicted for Rose's gratification; she always took great care not to mark the children's faces or hands in these assaults. Heather, then her younger brother Stephen born , ran away from home; both returned to Cromwell Street after several weeks of alternately sleeping rough or staying with friends, and both were beaten when they returned home.
On one occasion, as Stephen was mopping the kitchen floor with a cloth, Rose accidentally stepped into the bowl of water he had been using.
In response, Rose hit the boy over the head with the bowl, then repeatedly kicked him in the head and chest as she shouted: All the while, Mae screamed, "No, Mum! Even Fred occasionally became the recipient of Rose's violence.
On one occasion in August ,  Rose chased after Fred with a carving knife in her hand; Fred was able to slam shut the door of the room into which he had run as Rose lunged at him with the knife, resulting in the knife embedding itself in the door, and three of Rose's fingers sliding down the blade, almost severing them from her hand.
In response, Rose calmly wrapped her hand in a towel and said: You've got to take me to the hospital now. In September , the Wests led eight-year-old Anna Marie to the cellar at 25 Cromwell Street, where the child was ordered to undress, with Rose tearing her dress from her body upon noting the child's hesitation.
After the rape, Rose explained to the child: It's a father's job. Don't worry, and don't say anything to anybody. Rose occasionally sexually abused the girl herself, and later took extreme gratification in degrading her with acts such as binding Anna Marie to various items of furniture before encouraging Fred to rape her, and forcing her to perform household chores while wearing sexual devices and a mini-skirt.
Rose was always present in the room when these acts occurred,  to ensure the girl did not reveal her true age. Several hours later, Fred arrived at the pub to collect Rose and Anna Marie.
Once they had left the premises, Anna Marie was bundled into her father's van and beaten by Rose, who asked her: In October , the Wests hired year-old Caroline Owens as their children's nanny. They had picked her up one night on a secluded country road as she hitchhiked from Tewkesbury to her Cinderford home, having visited her boyfriend.
Learning that Owens disliked her stepfather and was looking for a job, the Wests offered her part-time employment as a nanny to the three children then in their household, with a promise she would be driven home each Tuesday. Several days later, Owens moved into 25 Cromwell Street, sharing a room with Anna Marie, whom Owens noted was "very withdrawn".
Rose, who had begun to engage in prostitution by this time, explained to Owens that she worked as a masseuse when the younger woman enquired about the steady stream of men visiting her.
Owens also noted Fred talked about sex almost incessantly; her suspicions as to his sexual overtones were further heightened when Fred boasted that many of the women he claimed to have performed abortions upon were so overjoyed that they would offer him their sexual services as a reward.
Knowing Owens' habits of hitchhiking along the A40 between Cinderford and Tewkesbury, the Wests formulated a plan to abduct her for their shared gratification. Fred later admitted that the specific intent of this abduction was the rape and likely murder of Owens, but that his initial incentive was to determine whether his wife would be willing to at least assist him in an abduction.
Rose joined her in the back seat, with the explanation she wanted a "girls' chat" as Fred drove. Shortly thereafter, Rose began to fondle her, as Fred questioned whether she had had sex with her boyfriend that evening. At one stage, Fred remarked that Owens' clitoris was unusual  then lashed her genitals with a leather belt.
When Owens screamed, Rose again smothered her with a pillow and further restrained her about the neck, and performed cunnilingus on her. Quickly realising the gravity of her situation, Owens ceased resisting their sexual assaults.
The following morning, having noted Owens' screaming when one of his children had knocked on the door of the room in which she was restrained, Fred threatened that he and his wife would keep her locked up in the cellar and allow his "black friends" to abuse her, and that when they had finished, he would bury her body beneath "the paving stones of Gloucester".
He and Rose then calmly asked Owens whether she would consider returning to work as their nanny. Seeing her escape avenue, Owens agreed, and vacuumed the house to indicate her belief in becoming an extended member of the family.
Later that day, Owens escaped from a launderette she and Rose had entered and returned home. Although initially too ashamed to divulge to her mother what had happened, when her mother noted the welts, bruises and exposed subcutaneous tissues on her daughter's body, Owens burst into tears and confided what had happened.
Owens' mother immediately reported her daughter's ordeal to the police, and the Wests were arrested and charged with assault , indecent assault , actual bodily harm , and rape. The case was tried at Gloucester Magistrates Court on 12 January , but by this date, Owens had decided she could not face the ordeal of testifying in court. Three months after the Wests' assault trial, the couple committed their first known murder.
The victim was a year-old named Lynda Gough, with whom Fred and Rose became acquainted through a male lodger in early Gough regularly visited Cromwell Street, and engaged in affairs with two male lodgers.
On 19 April, she moved into their home on Cromwell Street. On or about 20 April,  other tenants were told that she had been told to leave the household after she had hit one of their children. This story was repeated to Gough's mother when she contacted the Wests to enquire about her whereabouts Rose was wearing Lynda's clothing when she repeated this claim.
When Gough's dismembered body was found, the jaw was completely wrapped in adhesive and surgical tape to silence her screams, and two small tubes had likely been inserted into her nasal cavities to allow breathing.
Long sections of string and sections of knotted fabric were also discovered with her remains. Gough had likely been suspended from holes carved into the wooden beams supporting the ceiling of the cellar Fred later admitted he had devised for the purpose of suspending his victims' bodies, and likely died of strangulation or suffocation.
From their later investigations, police and forensic experts concluded all the victims found in the cellar at 25 Cromwell Street had been murdered in this location, and that, like Gough, each had been dismembered in this location. The first of these victims, year-old Carol Ann Cooper, was abducted on 10 November Cooper lived in the Pines Children's Home in Worcester , and was abducted after spending the evening at a cinema with her boyfriend.
She had been waiting for a bus in Warndon when she vanished, and was likely dragged into Fred's car,  where her face was bound with surgical tape and her arms bound with braiding cloth before she was driven to Cromwell Street.
At the Wests' address, Cooper was suspended from the wooden beams of the cellar ceiling before her abuse and murder. As had been the case with Lynda, Cooper died from strangulation or asphyxiation, before her body was dismembered and buried in a shallow, cubical grave in the cellar.
Over the following 17 months, four further victims between the ages of 15 and 21 suffered a similar fate to that endured by Gough and Cooper, although the disarticulation conducted upon each successive victim, plus the paraphernalia discovered in each shallow grave, suggests each victim was likely subjected to greater abuse and torture than those previously murdered.
Following the murder of year-old Juanita Mott in April , Fred concreted over the floor of the entire cellar. He later converted this section of the household into a bedroom for his oldest children,  and he and his wife are not known to have committed any further murders until May , when Fred—either with or without Rose's participation but certainly with her knowledge  —murdered an year-old lodger named Shirley Robinson.
Robinson had taken lodgings with the Wests in April , and was heavily pregnant with a baby son at the time of her murder.
Rose—herself pregnant at the time— initially boasted to neighbours the child Robinson was carrying was her husband's;  she soon developed a deep resentment of Robinson, and the motive for her murder is likely to have been the removal of a threat to the stability of the Wests' relationship. Her body was buried in the garden of 25 Cromwell Street. It was extensively dismembered, but no restraining devices were found with these remains, making a sexual motive for this murder unlikely.
The final murder Fred and Rose are known to have committed with a definite sexual motive occurred on 5 August The victim was a year-old named Alison Chambers, who had run away from a local children's home to become the Wests' live-in nanny in the middle of Chambers is believed to have lived within their household for several weeks before her murder, and Rose promised Chambers she could live at a rural "peaceful farm" she claimed she and Fred owned.
In an effort to allay any concerns from Chambers' family with whom she maintained regular correspondence , Fred and Rose later posted a letter written by Chambers to her mother prior to her murder from a Northamptonshire post box.
Heather and Mae West became the focus of Fred's incestuous  sexual attentions after Anna Marie ran away from home in  after enduring a particularly severe beating from Rose to her stomach just days after being discharged from hospital for treatment of an ectopic pregnancy. Fred was overt and unapologetic in his conduct, and would justify his actions with the simple explanation: As Heather, Mae and their younger brother Stephen were very close in age, the trio resolved that if their father asked either of the two girls to be alone in a room with him, they would only do so if at least one other member of the trio were present to avoid either girl being raped.
Both girls also developed a regime whereby they would only shower or undress when their father was either out of the house, or as her sister stood guard at the door.
Stephen was also informed by his father that he would have to have sex with his mother by the age of 17 in the event, his parents evicted him from their home when he was Although the girls were repulsed by their father's behaviour, Mae—having once endured Fred's throwing a vacuum cleaner at her when she remonstrated against his fondling her—developed a mechanism whereby she would tolerate Fred's sexually fondling her, then jokingly brush aside any efforts he made to take the molestation further,  whereas in her autobiography, Mae recollected that Heather "was affected quite badly by all of this.
On the occasions Heather remonstrated about the abuse to her mother, Rose would simply laugh at her distress. Heather also expressed to Mae and Stephen her desire to run away from home and live a nomadic lifestyle in the Forest of Dean , and to never again see any human beings. Heather did complain to friends about the abuse she and her siblings endured, and her external signs of psychological distress were noted by several of them.
Staff at the Hucclecote Secondary School, which Heather and her siblings attended, are also known to have expressed concern as to why Heather—a studious and obedient pupil—refused to obey orders either to change her clothing for, or shower after, sporting activities. On one occasion, she was forced to take a shower, resulting in her peers and staff noting her arms, legs and torso were covered in welts and bruises in various stages of healing.
By the mids, rumours of Rose's sex life had reached several of the children's classmates, and although the West children had been instructed never to divulge details of their home lives to their peers, Heather confided to her friends that many of these rumours were true. The father of one of these classmates was a friend of the Wests; as such, word soon reached Fred and Rose that Heather had divulged details of her home life—including details of her mother's promiscuity—to her classmates.
Fred was so concerned by these revelations that he began to escort Heather to and from school. After Heather left school in , she applied for numerous jobs in an effort to leave Cromwell Street. By June, she had pinned her hopes on escaping the household via obtaining a job as a chalet cleaner at a holiday camp in the seaside town of Torquay ; she received notification that this application had been unsuccessful on 18 June.
In response, she crumpled into tears before her siblings Mae and Stephen. That same evening, her whole family heard Heather sobbing aloud as she attempted to sleep,  and according to Mae, she "cried all the way through the night.
When Heather's siblings returned home, they were informed Heather had left to accept the job she had previously been refused in Torquay, although Rose told an enquiring neighbour that she and Heather had had a "hell of a row", and that Heather had run away from home. Later, to answer their children's questions about why Heather failed to contact or visit her siblings, the parents claimed that Heather had eloped with a lesbian lover.
When Mae and Stephen suggested they report Heather's disappearance to police, Fred changed his story yet again, saying it would be unwise to initiate a search for Heather as she was involved in credit card fraud. In the years following Heather's disappearance, Fred occasionally jokingly threatened the children that they would "end up under the patio like Heather" if they either misbehaved or divulged the mistreatment they endured to anyone outside the household.
With Rose's approval, he later constructed a barbecue pit immediately opposite where Heather had been buried, and placed a pine table on her grave for the children of the family to sit upon whenever the Wests held family gatherings in their garden.
Heather's disappearance, Fred and Rose's constantly changing stories about their daughter's whereabouts, plus their repeated, mocking references to their other children that they would be buried beneath the patio like their sister if they misbehaved, ultimately led to police enquiries as to Heather's whereabouts.
These enquiries culminated in a search warrant being issued to excavate the Wests' garden in February In May , Fred asked his year-old daughter to bring some bottles to a room on the first floor of their home. Rose was not present in the home at the time.
Shortly thereafter, the girl's siblings heard her scream, "No, don't! The girl was found by her siblings writhing in pain, sobbing that her father had raped and sodomised her, at one stage partially strangling her. You were asking for it. Several weeks later, the girl garnered the courage to confide in a close friend what her father had done; this friend told her own mother what had happened on 4 August. In response, the friend's mother anonymously informed the police.
On 6 August , the police searched the West household on the pretext of searching for stolen property. Although numerous objects of sexual paraphernalia—including 99 pornographic videos of both home-made and commercial nature—were discovered, police did not find the video depicting the rape of Fred's daughter.
The year-old made a full statement through a specially-trained solicitor , describing her father's actions, the fact the sexual abuse had begun when she was 11, and that her mother had been casually indifferent to her plight. All the children in the household were placed in foster care the following day. Journalist and author Howard Sounes has also claimed the younger West children were "afflicted with speech impediments and squints.
The West children also divulged their mother had inflicted most of the physical abuse and that their father frequently said that if they told anyone about the goings-on in the household they would be "buried under the patio" like their sister Heather. Police began a full-scale investigation, eventually leading to Fred being charged with three counts of rape, and one of buggery , with Rose as an accomplice. She was also charged with child cruelty , inciting her husband to engage in sex with their daughter,  and obstructing the police.
Fred and Rose were questioned as to the whereabouts of their eldest daughter, and although Fred claimed Heather was "alive and well" and supporting herself via prostitution, Rose initially claimed to have no knowledge of Heather's whereabouts, or why she had left home.
She claimed on 11 August that she could "remember now" that her daughter had left home at her own persuasion due to Rose's concerns her other children may discover Heather's supposed lesbian inclinations. As Fred awaited trial, he was held on remand in Birmingham. Learning that her father had denied any wrongdoing, Anna Marie also contacted police to offer a full statement detailing her experiences as a child.
In a statement given to Detective Constable Hazel Savage, Anna Marie recounted the extensive physical, mental and sexual abuse she had endured as a child at the hands of her father and stepmother, before agreeing to testify against both parents at their upcoming trial. Anna Marie also added she had, for several years, been unsuccessfully attempting to trace her mother and half-sisters.
Further enquiries conducted with Anna Marie's husband, Chris Davis, revealed that Heather had confided in him just how unhappy she was shortly before her disappearance, and of her desire to leave home. Davis elaborated that although Heather had not divulged any details about her enduring any sexual abuse, he had been so concerned for her welfare he had offered to confront Fred and Rose, and Heather had dissuaded him from doing so, blurting: In their efforts to gather further evidence, police and social services also spoke with Mae, who, having spoken with her year-old sister and learned the girl did not wish to see her father charged, initially denied she had endured any molestation as an adolescent.
Two months later, Gloucester social services also contacted police to stress their concern over the whereabouts of Heather. This case against the Wests collapsed when Anna Marie and her year-old half-sister declined to testify at the court case on 7 June , with the child rape victim expressing her desire to return to her family, and Anna Marie choosing to withdraw her statement because of her noting the misery of her younger siblings, and her fear of Rose's vindictiveness.
Although the Wests were acquitted of all charges, all their younger children remained in foster care, albeit with permitted supervised visitations to Cromwell Street. Despite Fred and Rose claiming to the few relatives with whom they were not already estranged by that the charges had been fabricated by police, almost all of their remaining family members severed contact with them. When Anna Marie was questioned as to the colloquial "family joke" regarding Heather being buried beneath the patio, she confirmed that the sole time she had heard her father recite this claim, he had immediately burst into laughter, leading to her refusing to take this claim seriously.
In retracing Fred's history, police also discovered that although Rena and Charmaine had disappeared in , no missing person report had ever been filed on either of them.
DC Savage and her colleagues were convinced Heather was dead, and that Fred's repeated statement to his children that her body lay beneath the family patio might be true. On 23 February , Gloucester police successfully applied for a search warrant authorising the search of 25 Cromwell Street to locate Heather's remains.
When police displayed this warrant to Rose on 24 February, she turned pale, before becoming hysterical and shouting over her shoulder to her eldest son, Stephen, "Get Fred! When reminded of these contradictions, she became uptight and abusive, shouting at the officers: It's a bloody long time ago!
What do you think I am? Fred had been working in Stroud at the time; upon hearing of the police's intentions, he assured Stephen he would be home immediately.
When Fred arrived three hours later, he informed his family of his intention to voluntarily offer a witness statement to police regarding his daughter's whereabouts. In response, Fred abruptly changed tactics, claiming they simply held a grudge against him due to his acquittal of the rape of his daughter. That evening, with the search team having left their premises and a uniformed officer remaining at Cromwell Street to guard the excavation site , Mae and Stephen observed their parents talking in hushed tones as they repeatedly glanced towards the garden from their kitchen window.
In the early hours of the following morning, as his son was about to leave for work, Fred informed him: I want you to go to the papers and make as much money as you can.
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