Sydney man found guilty of murdering estranged wife

A SYDNEY carpenter has been found guilty of murdering his estranged wife.

Christopher Cullen, 51, is alleged to have stabbed Comrie Cullen, 39, multiple times with a fishing knife on January 22, 2014 in Sydney’s south, because he believed she was having an affair.

It is alleged Mr Cullen kidnapped his estranged wife from her apartment block before heading to a fishing shop to purchase a knife.


He then lead Ms Cullen to Taren Point fishing club where he stabbed her multiple times, before stabbing himself.

When police arrived on scene, Mr Cullen cried self defence stating that – ‘She stabbed me and I stabbed her’.

The verdict was handed down in the Supreme Court on Tuesday.