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Family Man Murdered In Prison Escape Horror

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FAMILY MAN MURDERED IN PRISON ESCAPE HORROR Canyon Creek awoke this morning in horror to discover the death of local jailer Burton Duff. During the night he was brutally beaten to death by multiple murderer Orrin Brower, in a desperate attempt by Mr. Brower to escape from jail. Today the town of Canyon Creak is mourning the death of Mr. Duff (26). At 11pm last night Brower (30), who was awaiting trial for having brutally butchered his brother-in-law, grabbed an iron bar from outside his prison cell and attacked his unarmed guard. After having savagely beaten him to death detectives believe Brower stole Mr. Duff's keys and escaped through an outer door, leaving the bloody, battered body of Mr. ...read more.

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But he didn't move so we seized him immediately. We were curious as to why he would give himself up. He killed a good friend of everyone's - Burton had no enemies." The town's sergeant, Sergeant Malahide, spoke, "This is a horribly vicious attack on one of our most able and hard-working men", comments which were echoed by those of the coroner; "I've never seen such a cold-blooded and malicious murder in my whole career. The body is unrecognisable." "...devoted husband and father..." Mr. Duff was well respected in the small town community where he lived. He was a family man with a loving wife and a young daughter, who is due to turn four years of age next week. ...read more.

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Brower said, "I know Orrin, and I know that he didn't mean to kill the young jailer. Orrin isn't violent. He wouldn't do something like this without a good reason." Local doctor Mr. Ian Lawless today confirmed Brower's psychological illness, and believes this to be the cause of his extremely violent behaviour in recent times. He concluded, "Mr. Brower is a danger to society, and to himself." 'Stunned' Canyon Creak still remains in a state of utter shock and sheer anger tonight. The town has been stunned by this murder which has shaken many local residents. However they can be reassured by the fact that the murderer is, once again, behind bars and will be for a long time. The coroner's results will be made public sometime later this week, while Mr. Brower is due in court on Saturday 14th September. We will keep you posted as to how events unfold. ...read more.

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