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Bruce Saunders died after being confused in a wood chipper in Gympie, Queensland, on November 12, 2017

A new turn in the horrific death of a wood chipper because it is claimed that the man accused of killing the butcher & # 39; by taking him out and bringing him into the machine tried to pull his body out & # 39;

  • Bruce Saunders, 54, died after being confused in a lumberjack in 2017
  • Gregory Lee Roser, 60, and Peter John Koenig, 62, appeared in magistrates court
  • Pair and Sharon Graham have been charged with murder, which has deteriorated the judicial process
  • The prosecution will argue Mr. Saunders was bashed and fed in machine, the court told
  • Hof heard that the defense claims that the butcher accidentally ended up in the machine
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One of the men accused of killing a butcher by taking him through a lumberjack tried to pull his body out, but was unable to do so, his lawyer has claimed it in court.

Gregory Lee Roser, 60, and Peter John Koenig, 62, appeared this week at Gympie Magistrates Court in regional Queensland prior to an oral hearing.

The couple, as well as Sharon Graham, are accused of the murder of Bruce Saunders, a 54-year-old butcher from Nambour who died after being trapped in a lumberjack on November 12, 2017.

Bruce Saunders died after being confused in a wood chipper in Gympie, Queensland, on November 12, 2017

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Bruce Saunders died after being confused in a wood chipper in Gympie, Queensland, on November 12, 2017

Gregory Lee Roser (center), 60, Peter John Koenig (left), 62, appeared in Gympie Magistrates Court this week prior to an oral hearing. Sharon Graham (right) is also charged with murder

Gregory Lee Roser (center), 60, Peter John Koenig (left), 62, appeared in Gympie Magistrates Court this week prior to an oral hearing. Sharon Graham (right) is also charged with murder

Gregory Lee Roser (center), 60, Peter John Koenig (left), 62, appeared in Gympie Magistrates Court this week prior to an oral hearing. Sharon Graham (right) is also charged with murder

The court heard claims from Roser's lawyer that his client & # 39; was physically trying to withdraw the body & # 39; on his legs while Koenig switched off the machine, the Gympie Times reported.

The lawyer told the court that Roser & # 39; was experiencing resistance & # 39; while he tried to get Mr. Saunders out of the machine.

Magistrate Chris Callaghan said that the case of the prosecutor would contain accusations that Mr. Saunders had ignored before being taken by the lumberjack.

The defense will claim that he accidentally ended up in the machine, the court heard.

The court heard claims from Roser's lawyer that his client & # 39; was physically trying to withdraw the body & # 39; by his legs while Koenig switched off the machine (photo)
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The court heard claims from Roser's lawyer that his client & # 39; was physically trying to withdraw the body & # 39; by his legs while Koenig switched off the machine (photo)

The court heard claims from Roser's lawyer that his client & # 39; was physically trying to withdraw the body & # 39; by his legs while Koenig switched off the machine (photo)

Saunders is depicted with Graham, who is confronted with allegations of murder and the disruption of justice

Saunders is depicted with Graham, who is confronted with allegations of murder and the disruption of justice

Saunders is depicted with Graham, who is confronted with allegations of murder and the disruption of justice

The trio attended Mr. Saunders 'funeral after his death, where Graham (photo) was comforted by Mr. Saunders' son

The trio attended Mr. Saunders 'funeral after his death, where Graham (photo) was comforted by Mr. Saunders' son

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The trio attended Mr. Saunders 'funeral after his death, where Graham (photo) was comforted by Mr. Saunders' son

Roser, Koenig and Graham are accused of murder and try to distort justice.

The trio attended Mr. Saunders 'funeral after his death, where Graham was comforted by Mr. Saunders' son.

The case was adjourned until October 30, when a three-day hearing will begin.

Roser and Koenig are being held.

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