Murder on the Common: The Secret Story of the Murder That Shocked a Nation (Blake's True Crime Library)

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Murder on the Common: The Secret Story of the Murder That Shocked a Nation (Blake's True Crime Library)

Murder on the Common: The Secret Story of the Murder That Shocked a Nation (Blake's True Crime Library)

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Mr Pedder contacted Detective Constable Colin Blackman via the Tower Bridge office of the flying squad where he also used to work. Colin spent 13 months behind bars after being wrongly charged with the 1992 murder of Rachel on Wimbledon Common – an injustice turned into a new prime-time TV show. Read more about the condition Very Good: A book that has been read and does not look new, but is in excellent condition.

No one could have imagined that when beautiful young Rachel Nickell went for a walk on Wimbledon Common with her little son, it would have resulted in a wicked, sickening crime that appalled a nation; or that the police investigation that follwed would cost over a million pounds. Seller has stated it will dispatch the item within 1 working day upon receipt of cleared payment - opens in a new window or tab . While Colin is still rebuilding his own life, he feels Napper should never be given that chance and should face the death penalty.Before Mr Pedder left the Met he had a row with deputy assistant commissioner Ian Johnson over the Stagg case. The Guardian has also established that DCI Brian Battye, one of the senior investigating officers in the Pedder case, is under investigation by CIB. A spokeswoman said: "The decision to prosecute Mr Pedder rested with the CPS and the attorney general.

No missing or damaged pages, no creases or tears, no underlining or highlighting of text, and no writing in the margins. Colin suffered 14 years of accusations and public abuse before Napper was finally convicted in 2008 for stabbing Rachel, 23, to death in front of her two-year-old son in South West London. And the professor, said to be the inspiration for Robbie Coltrane’s criminal psychologist in 1990s ITV drama Cracker, helped to devise the plan, codenamed Operation Edzell.A commendable effort to offer some insight into the investigation of London's infamous Wimbledon Common murder. But the publisher backed off in September 1997 just as he was finishing the manuscript after a policewoman gave the tabloids details of their extramarital affair during the Nickell investigation.



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