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JACKSON, RICKY: Send Me Home 2018 - Independent online -
Death Row was like a prison within a prison. You get two hours of rec a week and the rest of the time you’re just stuck in your cell … I had no reason of right to be here … Nobody cares or believes that you’re innocent in prison … A struggle every day to maintain being Ricky Jackson, to sustain Ricky Jackson. Send Me Home, short 13:28 2018
Ending a startling miscarriage of justice spanning nearly four decades, a judge in Cleveland, Ohio, has exonerated a man convicted of aggravated murder after the only prosecution witness in his trial came forward and admitted he made up his testimony.
Ricky Jackson, who is now 59, is expected to be released on Friday after spending 39 years in prison for the killing in May 1975 of a money-order collector in Cleveland. He and two other men, who were brothers, were found guilty by a jury based on the testimony of a 12-year-old boy.
But at a hearing in Cleveland this week that witness, Eddy Vernon, who is now 51, stepped forward and confessed that, in fact, he never saw the attack and that the details of what happened had been fed to him by police. He was told that his parents would be arrested if he changed his story. Independent online article 20 November 2014, ‘Ricky Jackson freed: American prisoner to be released after 39 years in behind bars as witness says he made it all up’
JACKSON, ROYSTON: When Life Means Life TV - BBC News online -
A vicious double killer who attacked men, women and juveniles throughout his life of violent crime. When Life Means Life II, Apple TV 2012
October 3rd 2006, Norwich: 76-year-old sex offender Gordon Boon attends a meeting with his probation officer. It would be one of the last things he would ever do. ibid.
Stephen Raven was just sixteen years old. His killer was 21-year-old Royston Jackson. ibid.
This time the victim was female ... The method of attack was frighteningly familiar ... Jackson was never charged with the rape, but it might not have been an isolated attack. ibid.
The motive for the murder remains a mystery. ibid.
A double-murderer has been jailed for the rest of his life by a judge who told him he was ‘a very dangerous man’.
Royston Jackson, 43, of Pettus Road, Norwich, was convicted of murdering sex offender Gordon Boon, 73.
He strangled Boon and dumped his body in a lane at Great Witchingham, Norfolk in 2008, two years after being released from prison for the first murder.
Jackson killed Stephen Raven in Essex in 1989 and dumped his body in the same way, Norwich Crown Court heard.
Both of Jackson’s victims had been strangled and their clothes had been interfered with, before their bodies were dumped in a quiet lane. BBC News online article 23rd March 2010 ‘Dangerous double-killer given whole-lie jail term’
JACOB, LEON: Murder for Hire? TV -
The person I thought I was in love with [Leon Jacob] hired somebody to hurt me. Murder for Hire s1e5: Doctor’s Orders, CI 2019, woman
This guy wanted two people killed now, not just one. ibid.
The divorce was final in August 2015. ibid.
He tells me he needs Megan to disappear. ibid. rozzer
You just told me you wanted to kill this girl. ibid.
JAM MASTER JAY murder: Marcia Clark Investigates TV -
In 2002 on the night before Halloween in Hollis, Queen’s, New York, legendary hip-hop DJ Jam Master Jay was relaxing with four friends in his private recording studio when according to witnesses two men entered and shot-him point-blank. Marcia Clark Investigates: The Murder of Jam Master Jay, CI 2018
Jay had a gun on him and none of his friends will talk. ibid.
JAMA, MUSTAF: Real Crime with Mark Austin TV - Mail online -
In 2005 two female police officers were shot whilst attending an emergency call. Sharon Bechenivsky lost her life; her colleague Teresa Millburn was seriously injured. Real Crime with Mark Austin s9e2: Death on Duty, ITV 2010
These were now the most wanted men in Britain, but where had they gone? ... All members of a London-based criminal gang. ibid.
A prolific criminal who should not even have been in the country has finally been brought to justice for his part in the murder of WPC Sharon Beshenivsky.
Mustaf Jama evaded capture for nearly four years by fleeing to East Africa after the police officer was gunned down in an armed raid on a travel agency.
And as he was jailed yesterday for at least 35 years, WPC Beshenivsky’s widower Paul spoke bitterly of a shambolic criminal justice system which ‘let us down’. Mail online article 23rd July 2009
JEBSON, RONALD: Fred Dinenage: Murder Casebook TV - Real Crime TV -
It was a quarter of a century before the police discovered who the killer was ... Why did Ronald Jebson admit to his guilt? Fred Dinenage: Murder Casebook s3e4: Babes in the Wood, CI 2013
11-year-old Susan Blatchford and 12-year-old Gary Hanlon ... were found in the shallow in a wood at the edge of Epping Forest. ibid.
In 1970 24 children under the age of 14 had gone missing in London but most had been found. ibid.
An alcoholic and amphetamine addict. ibid.
An infamous paedophile and murderer attempted one last cruel act against the families of his victims by trying to keep his death a secret, it has emerged.
Evil Ronald Jebson died in hospital ten days ago after serving three life sentences for killing three children.
The 76-year-old was found guilty of the so-called ‘Babes in the Woods’ murders of Susan Blatchford, 11, and Gary Hanlon, 12, in 1970.
He was also doing time for the murder of eight-year-old Rosemary Papper in 1974.
Jebson carried out the ‘Babes in the Wood’ killings after snatching the two children from their homes in Enfield, north London.
The pair were found in woodland in Epping Forest, Essex, in March 1970.