True Crime November 2019

True Crime November 2019

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She’s behind bars for the murder of physically and mentally impaired Louis Gumpenberger, but did Pamela Hupp also murder her terminally ill friend Betsy and her own mother?

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FROM BRITAIN AND IRELAND…

MAJOR BRITISH MURDER CASES:
SEX-KILLING OF A SOUTH LONDON BRIDE

The brutal murder of vibrant newly-wed 21-year-old Claire Josephs in her Bromley home on a winter’s night devastated all who knew her. Brilliant forensic work by an outstanding young female scientist would prove crucial in bringing her killer to justice

NEW SERIES:
MEMOIRS OF AN EAST END COPPER – PART 1:
THE SIEGE OF SIDNEY STREET

What was it like to be a policeman involved in the armed standoff with revolutionary anarchists? First-hand account of the Stepney, London, siege of January 1911, told by Detective Sergeant Benjamin Leeson who paid a heavy price for being there…

REPRIEVED! PART FIVE
More than 1,500 people were sentenced to death in the 20th century before the abolition of capital punishment, but not all of them went to the gallows

FROM THE USA…

HOW MANY VICTIMS FOR KILLER PAMELA?
She’s behind bars for the murder of physically and mentally impaired Louis Gumpenberger, but did Pamela Hupp also murder her terminally ill friend Betsy and her own mother?

GANGLAND CONFIDENTIAL:
THE KID WHO SCARED CAPONE
The story of hardboiled young Chicago gangster Eugene “Red” McLaughlin, the hoodlum who dared defy “The Big Fellow” Al Capone himself

WHEN JULIE WENT SHOPPING FOR A GUN…HER FAMILY WERE DOOMED
“If I had my time all over again I would do exactly the same thing,” said Florida mom Julie Schenecker, after killing her children. She had battled mental illness, but would a jury accept her insanity plea?

AND FROM THE REST OF THE WORLD…

MURDER THE FRENCH WAY:
THE MAN WHO BURNED HIS MOTHER TO DEATH
Farmer René Pons should have had the perfect life in rural Perigord but his dislike for farm work and weakness for women proved his downfall

ASK TC: TRAGEDY OF THE PERTH KILLER WHO WASN’T
He spent a dozen years behind bars for a vicious robbery-murder in Australia he didn’t commit. And when Andrew Mallard did finally get to taste freedom once again, tragedy awaited him only a few short years later

NEWS & VIEWS
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