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True Crime February 2023
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Highlights this issue include:
CASES FROM BRITAIN AND IRELAND…
* MAJOR BRITISH MURDER CASES: THE SEX BEAST OF GLASGOW
Notorious rapist and killer Thomas Young was caged for murder in the 1970s and spent the rest of his life behind bars
* KILLERS RELEASED TO KILL AGAIN: MASS-KILLER BURIED LOVER UNDER PATIO
Camera-shy Paul Beecham was a pillar of the Bracknell, Berkshire, business community and an energetic charity fund-raiser. When his partner Rita Riddlesworth disappeared in October 1997 it transpired that history had repeated itself
* SLAYER WHO SMILED AT HIS OWN DEATH SENTENCE
When Essex businessman Joseph Hayes was gunned down in his own home for cash, the perpetrator fled to the Caribbean. Would the delay in bringing killer Ronald Cooper to justice save him from the gallows?
* THE CHELSEA SHOOTING SENSATION
At the age of 20 Douglas Barrington, aka Barry the Toff, was already a seasoned criminal. When detectives tried to arrest him for burglary, he was in no mood to be caught – even if it meant turning killer…
FROM THE USA…
* HOW CONNIE’S FITBIT NAILED HER KILLER
Connecticut mom Connie Dabate feared that her marriage was in trouble – despite the beach holiday she had recently taken with husband Richard to patch up their differences. Little did she know, her life was in danger
* GANGLAND CONFIDENTIAL: HOW THE LITTLE NAPOLEON OF CALIFORNIA SEALED HIS OWN DOOM
Flamboyant, loud-mouthed Mickey Cohen was one of America’s most publicised gangsters. He’d made it from the streets of Cleveland to become a gambling and racket czar in Hollywood. Many had plotted his downfall and failed. In the end his career demise was self-inflicted
AND FROM THE REST OF THE WORLD…
* ASK TC: POLAND’S “GETAWAY KING” – NO PRISON COULD HOLD HIM
The incredible story of Polish criminal and master escapist Zdzislaw Najmrodzki. He made himself famous by breaking out of jail, again and again
* MURDER THE FRENCH WAY: MURDER – ON THE ROLE OF THE DICE
Emilienne Petit was just about to finish her shift at the Café des Travailleurs when obsessed and vengeful Marcel Degryse came in. He had a murderous plan in place. Was the life of the waitress set for a brutal end?