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friend, Greg Lee Roser, and a third man, Peter John Koenig, have all been charged with Mr Saunders’ murder.
The incident was initially treated as a freak accident until information, including Mr Saunders’ will, was brought to the attention of detectives.
Police allege Graham, 57, counselled Roser and Koenig to execute Mr Saunders, whose home Graham continued to live in after his death.
Roser, 59, of Deception Bay, and Koenig, 61, of Gympie, were present when first responders arrived at the “horrific” death scene on a property at Goomboorian. Graham was not present, with police set to allege she had taken the owner of the property out for the day. Roser and Koenig claimed it was an accident, which occurred as they cleared trees for the third weekend in a row to help a recently widowed prop- erty owner.
The owner was not involved in the alleged murder plot, police said.
Mr Saunders’ family has made an application to the Public Trustee of Queensland to appoint an administrator.
Lawyers acting on behalf of Mr Saunders’ son, Blake, have also lodged an application in the District Court.
It seeks provisions to be
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