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TABAK, VINCENT: Joanna Yates: Murder at Christmas TV - Bristol Post online - The Killer Next Door: Countdown to Murder TV - The Lost Honour of Christopher Jeffries TV - Britain’s Most Evil Killers TV - Body in the Snow: Murder of Joanna Yates TV -
16,180. December 2010: Britain wants a happy ending to a missing person’s story. Joanna Yates would know her killer: his defence will be that her death was an accident. As a nation mourned on Christmas Day, it was her family that were grief-struck. Joanna Yates: Murder at Christmas, Crime Channel 2012
16,181. He left Holland for Britain. ibid.
16,182. Chris Jefferies [landlord] is interesting the media … a person of interest to the police … Three days of questioning … but Christopher Jefferies was an innocent man. ibid.
16,183. ‘His DNA was on her body.’ ibid. brief
16,184. Was it manslaughter or murder? After deliberating for two and a half days the jury at Bristol Crown Court rejected Tabak’s defence. ibid.
16,185. Some experts believe that Tabak was a serial killer in the making. ibid.
16,186. The man who murdered Joanna Yeates is to be prosecuted for having indecent images of children on his computer.
Vincent Tabak, 35, was jailed for life, with a minimum prison term of 20 years, in October 2011 after being convicted of murdering his neighbour.
After the case, the Bristol Post revealed that police had found 30 images of child sex abuse while investigating the murder and that Tabak faced the possibility of further court action in relation to them.
The Crown Prosecution Service today gave Avon and Somerset police the go-ahead to bring charges against Tabak. Bristol Post online article 4th December 2013
82,244. Joanna Yeates was a twenty-five-year-old landscape architect from Hampshire. Her neighbour Vincent Tabak was a quiet and thoughtful Dutch engineer who fantasised about having a relationship with her. The Killer Next Door: Countdown to Murder, Channel 5 2015
82,245. He was jailed for life with a minimum term of twenty years. ibid.
86,543. Christopher Jefferies? You’re under arrest on suspicion for the murder of Joanna Yeates. The Lost Honour of Christopher Jefferies, ITV 2015, rozzers
86,544. They’ve arrested Vincent Tabak. DNA found on Joanna Yeates’ body matches Vincent Tabak. ibid.
131,983. Christmas Day Bristol 2010: A couple walking their dog along a country lane made a startling discovery: it was the body of a 25 year old woman called Joanna Yates. She had been missing for 8 days … ‘She is found to have 43 injuries focused on the head and neck.’ Britain’s Most Evil Killers s3e9: Vincent Tabak, History 2019
131,984. The police had arrested the wrong neighbour. The real killer was 32 year old Dutch national Vincent Tabak. ibid.
6,494. There were 43 injuries but the cause of death was compression to the neck. Body in the Snow: Murder of Joanna Yates, Channel 5 2021, rozzer
44,568. Detectives admit they are baffled. Jo Yates is a young vivacious architect whose disappearance has no rational explanation. ibid. news
875. A depraved sexual addict: that’s the person I’m dealing with. Body in the Snow: Murder of Joanna Yates II, rozzer
782. And we got the phone call, Is Vincent Tabak of interest to you? ibid.
TAN, CHARLIE: Dateline: Secrets in the Family TV -
133,477. In the rarefied world of the Ivy League [Cornell], he [Charlie Tan] was the total package: star student, gifted athlete, wildly popular. No-one could understand how a weekend visit to his parent’s house ended in gunfire. A brave son protecting his mom, a hero’s story, but was it true? Dateline s1e4: House of Secrets, NBC 2016/Sky Crime 2020
133,478. He had shoot [his father], he said, to save his mother. ibid.
133,479. He was sentenced to 20 years. ibid.
TANESKI, VLADO: Evil Up Close TV - The Guardian online -
16,187. Police in a tiny East European country are convinced they have arrested the vicious killers of an elderly woman but they have the wrong men. Evil Up Close: Murder He Wrote
16,188. Taneski painstakingly reveals the details in his articles as Murder He Wrote. ibid.
16,189. 2005: a woman in her sixties, who works as a cleaner, simply disappears. ibid.
16,190. What had first convinced investigators that he was a genuine suspect were his news articles. ibid.
16,191. He is found dead in his cell. ibid.
16,192. When Vlado Taneski wrote about the serial killer stalking his hometown in Macedonia, his eye for detail was such that the story was soon riveting readers. The journalist’s inside knowledge of the brutal murders of three elderly women in the tiny town of Kicevo ensured that newspaper editors gave his columns prominence.
Yesterday the 56-year-old father-of-two killed himself by dunking his head in a bucket of water in the toilet at a prison in the town of Tetovo, after it was revealed he had been charged with the murders he had written about.
‘All these women were raped, molested and murdered in the most terrible way and we have very strong evidence that Taneski was responsible for all three,’ said police spokesman Ivo Kotevski speaking from the capital Skopje. ‘In the end there were many things that pointed to him as a suspect and led us to file charges against him for two of the murders,’ he added. ‘We were close to charging him with a third murder, and hoped he would give us details of a fourth woman who disappeared in 2003 – because we believe he was involved in that case, too.’ The Guardian online article 24th June 2008
TANNER, JOHN: Real Crime TV - Faking It: Tears of a Crime TV -
106,192. 25 Argyle Street Oxford: Tuesday 16th April 1991: ‘We got a call in April basically telling us that an Oxford University student Rachel McLean had gone missing.’ Real Crime [with Mark Austin] s4e2: Love You to Death, ITV 2004, Jamie Pyatt from The Sun
106,193. Rachel McLean had arrived back in Oxford after the Easter holidays and spent the weekend with her boyfriend. ibid.
106,194. His one glaring fault: his compulsive jealousy. ibid.
110,870. Missing on Valentine’s Day: Rachel McLean just 19 with everything to live for. (Murder & Fake & Lies) Faking It: Tears of a Crime s2e5: John Tanner & Paul Dyson
110,871. He was studying over a hundred miles away in Nottingham. (Murder & Fake & Lies) ibid.
138,164. He told the world he had nothing to do with the disappearance of his girlfriend. 27 years later accused again. New Zealand September 2018 Whanganui, North Island: a 49-year-old man appears in court charged with violently attacking his girlfriend and threatening to kill her. His name: John Tanner. Six months of violence had culminating in a day of repeated assaults in September 2017. (Fake & Murder & Lies) Faking It: Tears of a Crime s4e7: Craig Savage & John Tanner, DiscoveryPlus 2021
138,165. Rachel McLean: one name stood out a possible suspect … He claimed that when he left her she was alive and well … To test his nerve police had asked reporters to question him aggressively. (Fake & Murder & Lies)
138,166. He had killed Rachel, covered her in a rolled-up carpet and hid her under the floorboards of her house. (Fake & Murder & Lies) ibid.