Parachute 'sabotaged by Army sergeant in bid to kill his wife' was being phased out by jumping club 

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Expert Mark Bayada today said his Wiltshire club, where Victoria Cilliers and husband Emile were members, were replacing the parachute she used because it was for experienced jumpers. ▶ Full story on dailymail.co.uk
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