131,153. They’re medicating him now, Julian. (Murder & Cult) Sinner s2e6, Mrs Walker to hero rozzer
131,154. If Julian was afraid of anything, it was probably you. (Murder & Cult) ibid. Mrs Walker
131,179. (Murder & Cult) Everyone remain calm. Everyone come inside. The Sinner s2e7, rozzers’ raid of cult
131,180. You’d better get the dogs out here. (Murder & Cult) ibid. Hero rozzer nosing in the woods
131,181. That’s Laura. She was living here for some time. She left three weeks ago … She was quite dedicated … It’s not what she wanted. This is her room. (Murder & Cult) ibid. nun to lady and hero rozzer
131,182. Of course they’re getting fed up. This is supposed to be a sanctuary. (Murder & Cult) ibid. Mrs Walker
131,183. He’s enjoying the drive in the big wide world. We all are. (Murder & Cult) ibid. abductor woman
131,184. Shit. He’s just a decoy. (Murder & Cult) The Sinner s2e8, hero rozzer post car raid
131,185. Jake, I think I should go. (Murder & Cult) ibid. raped woman
131,186. Julian’s my son. (Murder & Cult) ibid. Jake
131,187. Julian Walker will spend four years in detention at New Horizons. (Murder & Cult) ibid. judge
131,304. Each year there are over 500 murders in Britain. Every one is a tragedy sending shock-waves through families and communities. But some murders have an impact that no-one could have predicted, sparking a chain of events that ripple far beyond overturning old laws, revolutionising crime detection and ultimately changing the world we live in. (Kill & Murder & Murder: Pitchfork & DNA) Catching Britain’s Killers: The Crimes that Changed Us I, BBC 2019
131,305. A hunt to find the killer of two teenage girls leads to a new science – DNA profiling. (Kill & Murder & Murder: Pitchfork & DNA) ibid.
131,306. Leicestershire: ‘Lynda left home at 7:15 last night. She told her mother and stepfather she was going to see friends in Enderby.’ (Kill & Murder & Murder: Pitchfork & DNA) ibid. television news
131,307. ‘Someone who knew the area and was local.’ (Kill & Murder & Murder: Pitchfork & DNA) ibid. lead investigative rozzer
131,308. Linda’s killer was blood group A shared by one in three people. (Kill & Murder & Murder: Pitchfork & DNA) ibid.
131,309. The screening in Narborough had also demonstrated something else. The potential to collect DNA profiles and store them on a computer database. (Killer & Murder & Murder: Pitchfork & DNA) ibid.
131,400. A murderer who walked free, inspiring one another to challenge an 800-year-old law. Her campaign would bring killers to justice who had until then been getting away with murder. (Killer & Murder & Miscarriage of Justice & Murder: Dunlop) Catching Britain’s Killers: The Crimes that Changed Us II
131,401. In 1958 a shocking murder confession made headlines across the country: The Hume Confession: ‘I killed Setty’ … Donald Hume’s admission to the pictorial that started world controversy. (Killer & Murder & Miscarriage of Justice & Murder: Hume) ibid. newspaper article
131,402. Double Jeopardy: Julie Hogg: a forensic team went in to search Julie’s house … ‘Screaming: she’s under the bath!’ … The police began looking at Julie’s private life … ‘All the evidence started to point to one of these men as the prime suspect: and that man was Billy Dunlop. (Killer & Murder & Miscarriage of Justice & Murder: Dunlop) ibid.
131,403. In 1991, over a year since Julie’s body was found, Billy Dunlop stood trial for murder in Newcastle’s Crown Court … They had failed to reach a unanimous decision and couldn’t come to a majority verdict either. The judge discharged them and ordered a retrial … A new jury heard the defence call all the evidence into question once more. (Killer & Murder & Miscarriage of Justice & Murder: Dunlop) ibid.
131,404. The injustice of double jeopardy would come into sharp focus in another very public case: Stephen Lawrence … The inquiry set up after the failure to convict Stephen Lawrence’s killers published a scathing report. (Killer & Murder & Miscarriage of Justice & Murder: Lawrence) ibid.
131,405. ‘Dunlop has told the court that he did kill Julie Hogg. Why then is he serving a six year sentence for lying and not a life sentence for taking the life of another human being.’ (Killer & Murder & Miscarriage of Justice & Murder: Dunlop) ibid. dude reading trial account