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Man who died following being tasered was eating murder victim alive

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Trevor Sherwood
Trevor Sherwood writes crime and policing news and graduated Teesside Uni with a degree in Crime & Investigation.

A murder suspect who died after being tasered by police was found eating the woman alive at a Welsh Hotel.

He left her with horrific injuries to her face that resulted in her death.

Security staff are believed to have found Murder suspect Matthew Williams aged 34 attacking a 22-year-old woman within a hotel room within Sirhowy Arms Hotel in Blackwood, South Wales.

Police tasered and arrested at the Williams who became unresponsive moments later.

Williams is a violent criminal who was released from prison two weeks ago invited the woman back to his hotel room for a drink when he launched an attack on the woman.

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