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He Murdered His Wife While Scuba Diving On Their Honeymoon

He Murdered His Wife While Scuba Diving On Their Honeymoon
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People have invented such creative ways to murder that are just unimaginable for us. The man in this story brutally killed his wife while scuba diving on their honeymoon.

David "Gabe" Watson was always interested in scuba diving.
He forced her wife for scuba diving and then murdered her during one of their dives.

Below is the complete story.

 

 

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1) Watson got married Tina in 2003 and went for honeymoon in Australia.

1) Watson got married Tina in 2003 and went for honeymoon in Australia.

They decided for scuba diving in the Great Barrier Reef. Tina got her scuba diving certification just 2 days before their marriage.

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2) Watson in the forefront and Tina's dead body in the background.

2) Watson in the forefront and Tina’s dead body in the background.
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Tina became unconscious within few minutes of scuba diving. She suddenly fell on the ocean floor and died. According to Watson, Tina died because she couldn't bear the strong underwater currents while other divers informed that they saw Watson thrashing his wife after which she fell on the ocean floor.

3) Watson narrated confusing stories to the police.

3) Watson narrated confusing stories to the police.
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The Australian officers claimed that Watson had intentionally switched off Tina's air regulator and then held her firmly until she died. It's because Tina's tanks had air in them when she was brought back to the surface. However, Watson denied all the charges laid on him.

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4) Watson returned to Australia from Alabama after years of discussion with the police officials.

4) Watson returned to Australia from Alabama after years of discussion with the police officials.
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He somehow managed to prove his innocence again in the case. Ultimately, prosecutors proved that Watson killed his wife just to get a hefty life insurance policy. Watson served 12 months in the jail of Australia under the charges of manslaughter.

5) After serving his sentence in Australia, Watson returned to the U.S. in 2010.

5) After serving his sentence in Australia, Watson returned to the U.S. in 2010.
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The Attorney General Of Alabama laid the charge of attempt to murder on him but the judge dismissed it for lack of proof.

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