Woman murders, dismembers husband then hides parts around Australia
A Sydney woman admitted to hacking up her husband’s body before disposing of it at various locations around NSW, a court has been told.
The torso, legs and one arm of 47-year-old Revesby man Wayne Robert Chant were found dumped in three separate NSW locations more than 16 years ago.
“The crown alleges that the accused shot the deceased at their home in Revesby. She then took the body into the back yard and dismembered it,” Mr Hobart said.
“She cut off the legs and the arms and the hands and the headless, armless, legless torso was then disposed off.”
The body parts were kept in freezers in the Chant’s home before being hidden at various sites around the state, he said.