HAZELL, STUART: Living With a Killer: Tonight TV - The Guardian online - Faking It: Tears of a Crime TV - The Murder of Tia Sharp: My Daughter TV - Britain's Most Evil Killers TV -
14,828. Face to face with a child killer. And a family betrayed ... With the country basking in the glory of the Olympic Games, here is South London Tia Sharp disappeared from her grandmother’s home and was never seen again. (Murder & Paedophilia) Living with a Killer: Tonight
14,829. Christine’s house was searched for a third time and this time police discovered Tia's body wrapped in sheets in the loft. But the failure to find her earlier was widely criticised. (Murder & Paedophilia) ibid.
14,830. He was sentenced to Life in prison with a minimum of thirty-eight years. (Murder & Paedophilia) ibid.
14,831. Stuart Hazell has been sentenced to life in prison for the murder of 12-year-old Tia Sharp and must serve a minimum of 38 years before he can be considered for release.
The 37-year-old escaped a whole-life sentence, which would have meant he was never released, after the judge said he could not be sure that the murder was sexually motivated.
Mr Justice Nicol said Hazell had been sexually interested in Tia, sexually assaulted her and photographed the child's body in a sexual pose.
There were shouts of ‘beast’ from the public gallery at the Old Bailey and some relatives outside court said of the sentence: ‘Nowhere near long enough.’ (Murder & Paedophilia) The Guardian online article 14th May 2013 ‘Tia Sharp murder: Stuart Hazell to serve a minimum of 38 years in prison’
101,215. The day before she’d been reported missing CCTV cameras recorded Tia out shopping with Stuart Hazell … some things weren’t adding up. Faking It: Tears of a Crime II, ID 2017
101,216. Hazell was a violent drug addict who had been to prison repeatedly. ibid.
101,217. Tia was dead and hidden upstairs in the loft. ibid.
110,742. A 12-year-old girl her whole life ahead of her who vanished without a trace. A desperate hunt. This is the story of an innocent girl murdered in her family home. Exploited by a person she called grandad. A monster hiding in plain sight. The Murder of Tia Sharp: My Daughter, Channel 5 2017
110,743. As the last person to see her alive Hazell’s account of what happened just prior to her disappearance was crucial. ibid.
110,744. Four days after she disappeared there was still no sign of Tia anywhere, no trace of her leaving the estate on the CCTV. ibid.
110,745. ‘When he was interviewed he made no comment.’ ibid. rozzer
110,746. The police also found child pornography. ibid.
110,747. ‘A horrible horrible man.’ ibid. local publican
113,850. On August 9th 2012 a man desperate to his partner’s granddaughter sat down for a televised interview in the hope that she would still be found alive. Stuart Hazell had murdered 12 year old Tia Sharp, and hidden her body in the loft of her grandmother’s home; he was hiding in plain sight. Britain’s Most Evil Killers s1e9: Stuart Hazell, Real Lives 2017
113,851. It was a crime that horrified the nation. ibid.
113,852. But the relationship was in no way conventional: after they split up, he began seeing Natalie’s mother Christine Sharp. ibid.
113,853. Body-language expert Robert Phipps was certain Hazell was lying. ibid.
HEARNE, MURRAY: Murder Uncovered TV -
120,747. It was that commitment that cost constable Peter Forsythe his life and nearly that of his rookie mate Jason Semple: they were unarmed and off duty when they tried to arrest a young man offering them drugs. In an explosive few seconds Murray Hearne knifed both men leaving Jason fighting for life and Peter dead. Murder Uncovered s1e3: The Thin Blue Line, Sky Witness 2018
120,748. In March 2014 after 16 years behind bars Murray Hearne was released. ibid.
HEAULMES, FRANCIS: Storyville: Dance With a Serial Killer TV -
106,965. On the afternoon of Sunday May 14th 1989 a woman was stabbed to death on a Brittany beach … she was just one of a series of victims. Storyville: Dance With a Serial Killer, BBC 2008
106,966. Jean Francois Abgrall: ‘Three very precise stabs wounds … The pathologist was amazed at the precision and violence of them.’ ibid.
106,967. ‘He said too much and he was trying to convince me … He enjoyed giving information but not enough to trap himself.’ ibid. Abgrall
HEATH, NEVILLE: Great Crimes & Trials TV - Neville Heath -
14,832. Margery Gardner: she was a habituary of Kensington and Soho clubs where she met a handsome ex-officer named Neville Heath and started a brief affair with him. Great Crimes & Trials: Neville Heath – The Ladykiller
14,833. She enjoyed masochism. ibid.
14,834. She was dead, hidden under blood-soaked bedclothes with her ankles tied together. On her were the marks of seventeen whip-lashes and her nipples had been bitten off. ibid.
14,835. Police added the murder of Doreen Marshall to that of Margery Gardner. ibid.
14,836. In those days there was a puritanical reluctance to admit that a woman would want unusual sex. ibid.
14,837. Come on, boys, let’s get on with it. Neville Heath to hangman Albert Pierrepoint
HEFFNER, RAINBOW: Killer Kids TV -
114,745. 17 year old Rainbow Heffner has just killed his mother in cold blood … She was shot seven times in the head all fired at close range … Killer Kids s4e8: Vampire & The Essay
HEIDNIK, GARY: Serial Killer Profile TV - Philly online -
81,994. Gary Heidnik, a collector of women, in late 1986-1987 he kidnapped women, raped them, and tortured them in the basement torture chamber. Serial Killer Profile: Gary Heidnik s1e2
81,995. ‘He incorporated himself as a church, as a self-proclaimed bishop.’ ibid. profiler
81,996. ‘I dismembered the body and I started burning it on the stove and in the oven, and that’s when you got the big smell.’ ibid. Heidnik
81,997. ‘It’s just never over.’ ibid. victim
81,998. Rivera was Heidnik’s first prisoner. She was later joined by five other young women whom Heidnik plucked from the streets.
Heidnik wasn’t on a mission to kill, Rivera said. The self-proclaimed church bishop and stock-market whiz who had turned about $3,500 into more than $500,000, wanted children. Lots of them.
‘He was trying to get everyone pregnant,’ Rivera said. Heidnik had sex with the women every day, one after the other, on an air mattress in the basement, saving the women he thought weren’t pregnant for last.
Their bathroom was a toilet without plumbing on the basement floor. If they talked back, he beat them with sticks. To make sure they couldn’t hear his comings or goings, Heidnik gouged their ear drums with screwdrivers.
‘I’d watch him do it to other women and see them cry in pain,’ Rivera said.
On every floor, he had music blaring from radios at all hours to muffle the women’s screams.
Rivera made herself a promise: ‘My main focus was to get out of there alive and get the others out alive.’ Philly online article 29th March 2012 ‘25 Years later Heidnik captive recalls the horror’