Gruesome Details Emerge in Inquest on £230m Heir’s Housemate Murder
In a chilling revelation during an inquest, it was disclosed that William Bush, the housemate of £230m fortune heir Dylan Thomas, suffered multiple stab wounds to his neck and torso at their shared residence.
The 23-year-old victim was discovered in a car park adjacent to Llandaff Cathedral in Cardiff on Christmas Eve.
Dylan Thomas, grandson of pie and property tycoon Sir Gilbert Stanley Thomas, faces murder charges in connection with the incident.
Details of the Incident Unveiled in Inquest
The inquest, shedding light on the horrifying incident, outlined that police responded to reports of a stabbing on Christmas Eve.
Members of the public alerted South Wales Police to the Chapel Street car park, where they found William Bush critically injured.
Despite immediate CPR efforts and transportation to the University Hospital of Wales, William did not survive. A post-mortem examination revealed the provisional cause of death as multiple stab wounds to the neck and torso.
Thomas Charged with Murder
Dylan Thomas, 23, a computer programmer and the heir to a substantial £230million fortune, has been charged with the murder of William Bush.
The two had shared a residence in a terraced house owned by Thomas’ grandparents and Welsh rugby legend Sir Gareth Edwards. Thomas is scheduled to appear in Cardiff Crown Court next month to face the charges.
Grief-Stricken Family Pays Tribute
William’s grief-stricken family, including his English teacher father John, mother Elizabeth, sister Catrin, and brother Alexander, expressed profound loss.
Describing William as a loyal, funny, and caring individual, the family mourned his untimely and indescribable departure. William, a keen rugby player and golfer, worked as a surveyor with a commercial property firm.
Wealthy Lineage and Ongoing Investigations
Dylan Thomas, the accused, hails from a wealthy lineage, with his grandfather Sir Gilbert Stanley Thomas being knighted for charity work and business contributions. The family business, Peter’s Savoury Products, was sold for £75million in 1988.
The TBI group, with a fifth share owned by the family, included several airports, including Cardiff. The inquest, however, faces suspension pending the completion of ongoing police investigations arising from the matter, with no set date for a full inquest.Share on Facebook «||» Share on Twitter «||» Share on Reddit «||» Share on LinkedIn