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True Detective October 2002
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There is a distinct international flavour to the issue this month with cases as far flung as Australia, Canada and America. We report a tragic tale from New South Wales. "I didn’t even say anything. I just did it. One minute I was just standing there, and the next minute I’d done it. Simple as that." The teenage killer had been brought up on a diet of booze, guns, drugs and snuff movies which finally turned into a lethal cocktail costing an innocent youth his life.
A.W. Moss looks at new laws in England and America which may help to stop paedophiles "grooming" children. If these laws are successful perhaps girls like Christina Long will be protected from strangers who can get through any unusual parental controls via the internet.
Elderly Anthony Shelley had a hobby. Sex. He spent much of his time on the phone calling sex chat-lines and he hired "Chantelle" to have sex sessions with him in his flat. Unfortunately, Chantelle had her own agenda: to kill Anthony Shelley and steal his life savings. And she might have got away with it had she not written a "things to do" style memorandum.
Sometimes it crept in through a bedroom window concealed in the shadow of a street lamp. It had a piercing stare that refused to disappear, and a grip as strong as a child’s nightmare. Bryan Uyesugi called it the black ghost. It was an image that tortued the man destined to become the worst mass murderer in the history of Hawaii.
Deadly Women: TRACEY HAD HER LOVER CUT INTO SEVEN PIECES
Vice Girl In Horror Killing
BONDAGE MURDER OF A 75-YEAR-OLD
Memoirs Of A Glasgow Detective Part 4:
CLEANING UP THE GHETTOES
A 17-YEAR OLD WAS THE SNUFF MOVIE KILLER
THE SHADOW OF SUSPICION
MURDER AT WORK TODAY
TOUR GUIDE TO MURDER
FATAL TRIPS IN FANTASY LANE
ENIGMA OF THE RESURRED SKULL
FREIGHT CAR MURDER OF A FLIRTING WIFE
"MAMA’S BOY" GOES TO THE CHAIR