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Australia Robyn Lindholm jailed for 28 years for murder of lover George Templeton

01:40  07 november  2019
01:40  07 november  2019 Source:   abc.net.au

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In September, a jury found Lindholm, 46, guilty of the murder of her partner George Templeton, also known as George Teazis, who went missing in May 2005.

Although Lindholm had an alibi on the night Mr Templeton went missing, because she was not at their home in Melbourne's northern suburbs at the time, the jury found her guilty.

Lindholm is already serving a 25-year jail term for her involvement in the death of another partner, Wayne Amey, in 2013.

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Fairfax Media understands Lindholm , 42, who was jailed in December for 25 years for organising the murder of her former lover Wayne Amey, is about to be charged with murdering missing standover Robyn Lindholm after she finished a press conference into the disappearance of George Templeton .

Robyn Lindholm , already in jail for the murder of her "besotted" lover Wayne Amey, was found guilty in September of murdering her fiance George Templeton in 2005 using Amey to carry out the crime. The 46- year -old one-time exotic dancer had told his family Mr Templeton , also known as George

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The court heard Mr Templeton had been drinking the night before his death to mark the anniversary of his father's passing.

"By late that night George was drunk, possibly stoned and certainly vulnerable," Supreme Court Justice Christopher Beale said.

"George was gone, there was no sign of a break-in — he just disappeared."

The court heard Lindholm and Mr Amey lived in an expensive home in Hawthorn after Mr Templeton's death.

"You were living the high life at the expense of your former de facto's life."

Mr Templeton was a father of five who ran a carpet laying contracting business and had been in a relationship with Lindholm for seven years.

His body was never found.

During a plea hearing last month, prosecutor Ray Gibson told the court there were a number of aggravating factors contributing to Lindholm's crime, including the fact that she "misled" police and Mr Templeton's family when she "engaged in a deliberate and projected deception" about his disappearance.

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"That the family had to live with the 'mystery' surrounding his death for over 25 years [caused] … considerable stress and heartache," said Mr Gibson.

George Templeton's sister-in-law Deborah Teazis read a statement to the court during the plea hearing.

"We've lost a brother, a father, a son and a friend in the most brutal, traumatic and horrifying manner," she said.

His brother, Nick Teazis, worked with Mr Templeton in the family business, and spoke of his loss in a victim impact statement submitted to the court.

"Him not being by my side has left a big void in my heart. I can still remember his laughter, the last thing I heard come from him," he said.

While prosecutors could not be certain exactly how Mr Templeton died, forensic specialists found his blood in the home he shared with Lindholm in suburban Reservoir.

The court heard Lindholm had claimed Mr Templeton was a violent and jealous man.

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