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Gone But Not Forgotten: They say there's no such thing as the perfect murder, but practically every day of the year someone is killed and their killer remains at large. This section of the archive is dedicated to the victims of the UK's unsolved murders of the 20th century...

Gone But Not Forgotten: March

Murders in the UK:
22/3/1960
Maud Miller – London


Unemployed Irishman James O’Shaughnessy had already robbed the local tobacconist’s twice. Now he admitted stealing there a third time and, while doing so, threatening the shopkeeper, Mrs. Maud Miller, 75, with an iron bar. But, he said, she ran behind the counter and he fled empty-handed.
That same day Mrs. Miller was found unconscious in her Kilburn High
Road, north-west London, shop. She had been beaten over the head with an iron bar. She died five weeks later, on Tuesday, March 22nd, 1960.
Put on trial at the Old Bailey, O’Shaughnessy swore that he hadn’t touched Mrs. Miller. The judge ruled that there was no evidence that he had attacked the shopkeeper and he was acquitted. He pleaded guilty to robbing the shop and was sentenced to four years. UK Murder Stories from True Crime Library.










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