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QAZIMAJ, ALI: Britain’s Most Evil Killers TV -
In June 2016 police in Luxembourg swooped on a hostel for asylum seekers. The officers were executing an international search warrant for a man who was wanted for the murder of a retired couple in Suffolk. Investigators were certain they had tracked down their man, former carer, Ali Qazimaj, who had been on the run for almost two weeks. Britain’s Most Evil Killers s5e10: Ali Qazimaj, Sky Crime 2021
The double murder of Peter and Sylvia Stuart. The couple disappeared from their home ... Peter’s body was discovered hours later, while Sylvia’s remains have never been found. ibid.
QUICK, THOMAS: The Confessions of Thomas Quick TV -
He confessed to 39 murders. The Confessions of Thomas Quick, Channel 4 2020
One of the strangest people I have met so far … He had expressed feelings of sadism and paedophilia. ibid. Swedish psychiatrist
He killed like everybody. Girls and boys. And he like moved like a shadow through Sweden. ibid. journalist
I was using alcohol, I was using benzodiazepines, and above all I was using trichloroethylene. ibid. Quick
He wildly started stabbing me. I tried to get away and tried to escape to the corridor. I was severely injured because I was stabbed 12 times. ibid. victim
On November 16th 1994, Thomas Quick was found guilty of the murder of Charles Zelmanovits. ibid. caption
On January 25th 1996 Thomas Quick was found guilty of the murder of Jannie & Marinus Stegehuis. ibid.
On June 20th 2001, 8 years after he confessed, Thomas Quick was found guilty of the murder of Johan Asplund. This was his eighth conviction. ibid.
And from the day when I was completely sober, I went into a seven-year silence. ibid. Quick
Thomas Quick: is this a Swedish legal scandal? Quick described as Sweden’s worst serial killer denied his guilt in all 39 cases in a TV documentary broadcast last night. In the programme he states that he confessed to the crimes in order to get attention from the therapists and to get medication. ibid. Swedish TV
… the more pleased the therapist was. And therefore the stories became more and more grotesque … ibid. Quick
QUY, MITCHELL: Real Crime [with Mark Austin] TV - Lynsey Wilson - Mitchell Quy - BBC online - Faking It: Tears of a Crime TV -
In February 1999 mother of two Lynsey Wilson went missing without trace. Her husband Mitchell Quy was the prime suspect in a murder hunt without a body. But like no murder suspect before, Mitchell Quy went to extraordinary lengths to use the media to stay out of jail. For eighteen months he taunted the police in a teasing war of words. All they had was a suspect addicted to publicity. Real Crime [with Mark Austin] s7e9: The Cat and Mouse Killer, ITV 2008
The setting is Southport, a quiet Victorian resort on the coast of Merseyside. ibid.
A prime suspect who broke all the rules ... Never before has a killer been observed so intimately as he spun the web of lies he hoped might just keep him from a long jail sentence. ibid.
They were married in August 1995. ibid.
She was making a new life for herself and her children ... By the autumn he had talked his way back in. It was a terrible mistake as Lynsey soon realised. ibid.
The nightmare began: the last confirmed sighting had been by her mother on the 13th of December, fifty-four days beforehand. ibid.
If police couldn’t prove that she did exist then the only conclusion was that Lynsey must be dead. Despite their efforts the more their efforts failed to find Lynsey the more confident became Quy’s media campaign. ibid.
Charged with murder despite no body or forensic evidence, Mitchell Quy was stunned. ibid.
Alone in his police cell facing the reality of the situation it seemed that Mitchell Quy cracked ... The horrific truth was revealed. ibid.
Not all of Lynsey’s body was recovered. ibid.
Please help me. Get me out of her. Lynsey, note handed to Sister
This book is for my kids. To let them know how hard my life is ... I hope you never have to go through anything that I had to go through. Lynsey, diary entry
I’m not a psychopath. Do I look like a psychopath? Mitchell Quy
She had an abortion. I left. I don’t know, I hated her for it. I suppose the way I saw it at the time I suppose is that to take on a child that isn’t mine and then you kill one of my kids. I mean, I don’t know, it sickened me. Really did. Absolutely sickened me. I had no control over her. Mitchell Quy
I just completely lost the plot. Completely lost the plot. I went absolutely berserk. Mitchell Quy
I’ve been publicly branded. I might as well have murderer across the forehead. Mitchell Quy
A former casino croupier who made television appeals for his ‘missing’ wife to get in touch has admitted killing her before dumping her dismembered body on waste ground.
Mitchell Quy, 25, was sentenced to life imprisonment for killing his 21-year-old wife Lynsey at their home in Southport, Merseyside.
Lynsey, who had two children, was missing for 18 months before police discovered her torso near a rollercoaster at the seaside resort last June. BBC online article 16th January 2001
They cried. They lied. And they believe they can get away with it. Criminals who tried to play victims. Faking It: Tears of a Crime s1e1, Discovery 2017
Lynsey Quy, 22-years-old and mother of two children … She’d marriage Mitchell Quy in 1995 while pregnant with another man’s baby but she’d suffered violence and abuse from day one. ibid.
The man who had for so long maintained his innocence decided to confess all. ibid.