True Detective April 2001
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The content of this momth’s True Detective is as diverse as we’ve had for some time. There the case of the American TV star that mirrors our Jill Dando tragedy; a shocking revenge murder from Australia; three stories from Britain’s prisons; features on women who have murder in mind, and more.
DEATH OF A TELEVISION PRESENTER
As the trial of Jill Dand’s alleged killer begins TD looks back to a similar case 1- years ago- the murder of television celebrity Diane King – gunned down outside her home
SHOCKING MURDER OF THE GROOM
How a man with a simple hobby became involved with some of Australia’s most vicious drug-runners and met a gruesome end because his wife didn’t know what he was doing
STORIES FROM INSIDE BRITAIN’S PRISONS…
Bug planted in cell catches killers
“I have no boundaries, no limits. I sink into the bottomless black hole of their hearts and minds that are filled with agony, anger and misery”
A DEADLY ART
Jeanne Boylan turns words into pictures that put killers behind bars
THE DEADLY CURSE OF THE WOODEN CHAIR…
The Cowms Co-op shop in Lepton near Huddersfield where manager Richard Turner was murdered.
HEARTBREAK FARM…VICTIM OF OLD MAN RIVER
We recall the story of a woman at war with the system and the resultant tragedy when she finally accepted she had lost in Folsom USA
TRIPLE-KILLER NICKED FOR BEING DRUNK AND DISORDERLY
HE WANTED A GIRL…ANY GIRL
Why were women who had been attacked and raped afraid to come forward and report it to the police – even when they knew who their assailant was?