Man Who Was On The Run For 16 Years In Malta Convicted Of Murder


An English television researcher who was arrested in Malta after hiding for 16 years has been convicted of murdering a man at a marijuana farm. The man was on Europe’s most-wanted list.



Christopher Guest More was wanted for torturing and killing Brian Waters in front of his children in Tabley Cheshire in 2003. The 43-year-old was living under an alias in Malta, where he was arrested in a joint operation between the Maltese and British police in 2019.


More was found guilty of murder, as well as a plot to cause serious bodily harm to a second man who worked on the farm. Three other men: John Wilson, James Raven, and Otis Matthews, are all serving life sentences for the same murder.



More is believed to have owed his victim over £20,000 in marijuana. The man previously travelled to Spain, South Africa, Mozambuique, and Turkey, before settling in Malta where he called himself Andrew Lamb. He was working as a yacht captain when he was arrested.

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