True Crime November 2013

True Crime November 2013

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“I need to hand myself in – I have killed my wife. I have just had enough. I have mental health issues. She is in the back of the car,”

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CASES FROM BRITAIN AND IRELAND…

EIGHTEEN YEARS FOR BODY-IN-CAR MURDER
“I need to hand myself in – I have killed my wife. I have just had enough. I have mental health issues. She is in the back of the car,” the man told a chief inspector at a police base in North Wales. Surely the witness must be delusional? Then officers took a look in his car…

MAJOR BRITISH MURDER CASES: PROGRAMMED TO KILL
Despite an appalling catalogue of prior crimes, all with a sexual motive, that put him among the most dangerous sex offenders, David Evans was still able to convince the parole board that he belonged back on the streets. Yet once free he abducted and murdered a schoolgirl and fled the country

ASK TRUE CRIME: WHO SHOT MARY GUNN?
One stormy night in Ayrshire six bullets came crashing through an uncurtained window and Mary fell dead. But what was the killer’s motive? Revenge was dismissed while local gossip put the killing down to an “affair of the heart.” Were the family naive or was there a skeleton in the cupboard they preferred to keep hidden?

COUNTRY HOUSE KILLINGS – PART SIX: MYSTERY OF FISH PONDS WOODS
Major General Charles Luard was used to danger. But the most momentous steps of his life were to be taken not on the battlefield but on a pleasant afternoon stroll in the Kent countryside

AND FROM THE USA

THE SEDUCTRESS, THE SPORTS STAR AND THE MURDERED MILLIONAIRE
Nanette had the figure of a model, manicured nails, designer clothes and expensive jewellery. But her gravy train came off the rails when her latest wealthy partner was found shot to death in their plush home

THE AL CAPONE STORY
The full, inside story of one of the most powerful mobsters ever known – by the reporter who knew him better than anyone

INNOCENT 16-YEAR-OLD SERVED 21 YEARS
Connecticut appeared to be a state where factual proof didn’t seem to be required. In the end it was a strange lack of biological evidence that swayed the jury to find the murder suspect guilty…

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