True Crime March 2012

True Crime March 2012

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CASES FROM BRITAIN AND IRELAND…

HARRY ALLEN’S CENTENARY CASEBOOK: “YOUR HUSBAND IS LIKE A GIRL TO ME”
The Brixton Terror admitted that he didn’t like girls. And he went berserk when his best mate Charles said he was finished with him…

ASK TRUE CRIME and THE FIRST OF A NEW SERIES – LONDON’S
GANGLAND: “SCARFACE RIDES AGAIN”
When post-war Maltese mob “The Syndicate” decided to tidy up the problems that loose cannons like Tommy Smithson brought to their Soho- based empire, they employed a specialist hit-man

IRISH POLICEMAN HANGED FOR MURDER
The crime and execution of William Mitchell, the first of three serving policemen hanged for murder in the British Isles in the 20th century

WHEN NORTH- EAST JURIES SHOWED MERCY PART 3: THE HUSBAND WHO SET FIRE TO HIS WIFE
In the judge’s opinion the jury had taken a lenient view – but what do you think?

BRITAIN’S MAJOR MURDER CASES: DEATH COMES TO THE BLACK PANTHER
The kidnapping case that held the whole counrty spellbound – and how it ended

…FROM THE USA…

DAD MAKES DAUGHTER WATCH MUM’S MURDER
Hawkins made young Suraya hold her mother’s head while he sawed it off…but she had to look away when it thudded to the floor

THE MAD PROFESSOR WHO LIKE TO BLOW PEOPLE UP He was a child prodogy and went on to become the University of California’s youngest-ever professor. So what turned this brilliant mathematician into a crazed serial killer who terrorised America?

THEY LOVED THE TASTE OF BROKEN GLASS
An ingenious but intestine-ripping insurance scam that reads like something from a 1950s circus freak show

…AND THE REST OF THE WORLD

HORROR IN HIS SNUFF MOVIE STUDIO
How a film-maker obsessed with the TV serial killer series Dexter made life imitate art

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