True Crime February 1997

True Crime February 1997

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How many murders would be prevented if it were possible to get protection from a stalker? But it seems that no matter how predictable such an event might be, nothing can be done under the law. The kind of mental instability that leads to stalking behaviour, as the world now knows, often accompanies violence, and the stalker very often does not care whether he is caught or not. Often he welcomes being caught as an opportunity to vent his imaginary grievance even more.

Our first story deals with the case of a farm hand who was shown some kindness by the young woman who was to be his victim. It was a mistake, for the man was unable to accept attention without expecting a complete, lifelong commitment from her as well. And since that was not forthcoming, he killed her..

It is not a unique situation, but it is one which should concern us all.

FARM HAND GETS LIFE FOR MURDER OF STABLE-GIRL

County Durham’s Shocking Drime
POLICEMAN STONED TO DEATH IN STREET

FROM RUSSIA WITH LOVE – AND LOATHING

DARMOOR: THE MUTINY OF 1932

A Photographer at Newgate
CHAMBERS OF HORROR

They Walked The Last Mile
FIRST OF THE "FEARLESS FOURSOME" GOES TO THE ELECTRIC CHAIR

TRIAL U.S.A. AMAZING DRAMAS OF THE COURTS

THE BEHEADED SHIKARI
Crimes From Old India – Part 1 of a new mini-series

OLD FASHIONED DETECTIVE

Mysteries of Murder – Concluding Part
WHO MURDERED YOUNG GEORGINA?