"UNTOUCHABLE" GANG LEADER FOUND GUILTY OF MURDER The knife-weilding thug terrorised a Cheltenham estate.
True Crime August 2005
"UNTOUCHABLE" GANG LEADER FOUND GUILTY OF MURDER"
The knife-weilding thug terrorised a Cheltenham estate. And when a resident reported him to the police, he set out to exact a brutal revenge.
REVENGE WILL BE SO SWEET
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A JUDGE SAYS SORRY
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WHO KILLED THE THE MEANEST MAN IN TOWN?
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ROPE AND CHAIR
It was probably the only time when a case ended with one perpetrator being hanged and the other going to the electric chair
HANGED AT KNUTSFORD
Within the forbidding walls of the Cheshire prison, eight men were executed. This issue and next, we bring you their case histories.
ASK TRUE CRIME: DO NOT GO UPSTAIRS…GET THE POLICE
A reader’s relative committed a murder in Brighton in the mid-1950’s. We’ve tracked down the full details of the case, plus several rarely seen photos.
REST OF THE WORLD
MURDER AT THE LAKEY’S FARM
In the heart of New Zealand’s dairy farming country, a couple disappear…the woman’s body is found in the duck pond, but where is her husband?