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True Crime March 1998
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There is so much crammed into this month’s issue that it’s difficult to know here to begin to wet your appetite. There’s an East End murder in which the accused always denied killing his wife Lilian, which leads nicely into Barking’s Longbridge Road Shootings. Sandwiched between is ‘The Tonbridge Outrage’, this month’s Kentish Murders & Mysteries. There is also a classic case of deadly rejection from County Durham and the brutal murder of a Belfast mother-in-law.
But, deserved of better note must be the political hot potato ‘which One Would You Let Out? We look at the campaigns for the release of long-term prison inmates Myra Hindley and Reggie Kray. Reviled for her participation in the horrific torture and murder of young children, Myra Hindley has been behind bars nearly 32 years, while Reggie Kray, who along with his brother Ronnie was a byword for gangster brutality, has been incarcerated for nearly 30 years. Both think it is high time they were released back into society, although successive Home Secretaries have thought otherwise.
WHICH ONE WOULD YOU LET OUT?
TC Looks At The Campagins To Free Myra Hindley And Reggie Kray?
EAST ENDER ALWAYS MAINTAINED: "I DID NOT MURDER MY WIFE!"
But What Do You Think – Guilty Or Not Guilty?
Kentish Murders & Mysteries:
THE TONBRIDGE OUTRAGE
MURDER IN BARKING
The Longbridge Road Shootings
Historic Classics of True Crime:
OUTWITTING LOS ANGELES "HUMAN BOMB"
IN THE SHADOW OF DEATH
Belfast Killing of a Mother-In-Law
Motives For Murder: From Durham
MINETA’S TWO LOVERS PROVED LETHAL
A FEW WORDS BEFORE DEATH – A PALSIED HANGMAN AND A YIELDING ROPE!
Modern Murder Horror:
LIFE FOR AMANDA’S DEMENTED KILLER
TUNE IN TO MURDER
Another Classic From Murder Archives