NSW woman accused of faking partner’s suicide to obtain his rural estate worth $3.5m

NSW woman accused of faking partner’s suicide to obtain his rural estate worth $3.5m

The Guardian

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Prosecutors allege Natasha Darcy, who has pleaded not guilty to murder, searched online for poisonous spiders, toxic plants and suicide methods

A New South Wales woman who was the sole beneficiary of her grazier partner’s estate has gone on trial for murder, accused of sedating and gassing him.

Natasha Beth Darcy pleaded guilty to aiding and abetting suicide, but the prosecutor, Brett Hatfield, told the jury the crown rejected the plea and contended she killed Mathew Dunbar.

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