True Crime May 2001

True Crime May 2001

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Suspect in the Roy Tutill murder arrested after 33 years

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THEY THINK THEY GOT AWAY WITH MURDER
Suspect in the Roy Tutill murder arrested after 33 years

THE BAD ARM OF THE LAW
Nightmare in Nicetown – corrupt Philadelphia cops are busted

LIFE FOR DR. DEATH
Dr. Michael Swango didn’t care whether you were black or white, rich or poor, young or old, if he felt like killing you he’d do it

THE FILE IS OPEN AGAIN ON LIVERPOOL’S CAMEO CINEMA MURDERS
At the time it was the biggest murder investigation in Britain – the trial and the longest in English history, and today, the case is the oldest to be referred to the Court of Appeal

A HISTORY OF NEWGATE
The pickpocket, the highwayman and the con-woman had three things in common

"MY INVITATION TO AN EXECUTION"
This month crime writer Al Spiers recalls the saga of the Brady gang and gives an eye-witness account of the extermination of Jimmy Dalhover in Indiana’s electric chair

SECRETS OF THE GANGSTER YEARS
"I SAW THEM DIE"

THE CRIME I CAN’T FORGET
A San Francisco policewoman for 25 years, Kate O’Connor recalls a case that started off as routine police work but culminated in a horrific event that reverberated throught California

CANADA’S WORST SERIAL KILLER
Killing is just something I really enjoy said Michael Wayne McGray