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 -
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 Jeffries? You’re under arrest on suspicion for the murder of Joanna Yeates. The Lost Honour of Christopher Jeffries, ITV 2015, rozzers
86,544. They’ve arrested Vincent Tabak. DNA found on Joanna Yeates’ body matches Vincent Tabak. 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. Faking It: Tears of a Crime s2e5
110,871. He was studying over a hundred miles away in Nottingham. ibid.
TARIN, JANBAZ: Murdered By My Husband TV -
129,058. Every week two women are killed in the UK by their current or former partners. When her husband’s secrets are revealed a campaign of domestic violence follows … ‘a brutal murder of two defenceless ladies.’ Murdered By s2e4: My Husband, 5 Star 2019
129,059. In 2016 Raneem [Oudeh] got married … ‘Sadly, her marriage was finished just before she had her baby.’ ibid.
129,060. Courageously, Raneem left him and moved back to her mother’s house in Northdown Road, Solihull. This enraged Janbaz. ibid.
129,061. Her husband has hunted her down armed with a giant kitchen knife … He continues to stab her multiple times. ibid.
TARBERT, LAWRENCE: The Killer Speaks TV - Alamogordo Daily News online -
82,246. Alamogordo New Mexico ... June 11th 2011 ... ‘a deceased male next to the bike path.’ The Killer Speaks: Lawrence Tarbert, rozzer
82,247. I’ve only killed three people. Lawrence Tarbert
82,248. Lawrence Tarbert was sentenced to life in prison plus one year in 12th Judicial Court for fatally shooting Joseph Glen Pruitt in the back of the head in 2011.
Tarbert sat silent through his entire sentencing hearing except to consult with his standby attorney Tuesday.
In a plea agreement with the state, Tarbert also received a 27-year concurrent prison sentences for three counts of tampering with evidence, three counts of possession of a firearm by a felon, one count of larceny of a firearm, one count of larceny over $500 and one count of conspiracy for tampering with evidence.
In the plea agreement with the state, Tarbert pleaded no contest to one count of first-degree felony murder and the other nine felony charges in June 2013.
He will also have to pay a $300 DNA sample fee and pay $50 into the domestic violence fund. Alamogordo Daily News article 3rd September 2013
TATE, BRIAN: Killer Kids TV -
114,432. 24 February 1992: Jerry Lee Haines … he’s been stabbed dozens of times … Brian [Tate,16] was jealous of him and his girlfriend … A jilted lover … about to explode … Killer Kids s3e14: Jealousy
114,433. He accepts a plea bargain. ibid.
TAYLOR, DAMILOLA murder: Damilola: Death of a 10 Year Old TV - Hariett Harmen online - Mr Parsons - Black Sheep 2018
16,193. On 27th November 2000 he bled to death in a stairwell after a vicious attack ... It was the crime that shocked the nation ... Attacked by a gang of youths, stabbed with a piece of glass and left to die. Damilola: Death of a 10 Year Old
16,194. The family were in a state of shock while the police investigated the highest profile case of the time. ibid.
16,195. Four youths were charged with Damilola’s murder. This was largely due to an eye witness. ibid.
16,196. The public were dismayed that these mistakes would lead to the collapse of the case. ibid.
16,197. Richard Taylor argued that young people involved in crime are themselves the victims of terrible upbringings. Hariett Harmen MP
16,198. He was slowly making friends and settling into the school. He was a boisterous, fun, smiling boy. If I think about him I think of him smiling. Mr Parsons, teacher
122,779. ‘Police are hunting for the killers of a ten year old boy who was stabbed to death on his way home from school earlier today. Nigerian born Damilola Taylor crawled up these steps on a housing estate in Peckham south London in a desperate attempt to escape his attackers. He was still wearing his school uniform when he died.’ Black Sheep, 2018, television news
TAYLOR, GREG: North Caroline Center on Actual Innocence online - The Staircase TV -
127,197. On September 26, 1991, Greg Taylor got his Nissan Pathfinder stuck in mud approximately 100 yards from a cul-de-sac where a young woman named Jacquetta Thomas was found brutally murdered early the next morning. In April 1993, despite the lack of any evidence linking Greg to the victim, Greg was convicted of her murder and sentenced to life in prison. The prosecution’s case rested almost exclusively on the testimony of two career criminals which was given in exchange for favorable treatment, a ‘false-alert’ on Greg’s SUV by a bloodhound, and the assertion that a spot of the victim’s blood was found in one of the wheel wells of Greg’s SUV.
After investigating the case for two years and believing in Greg’s innocence, the Center referred the case to the North Carolina Innocence Inquiry Commission, so it could use its statutory authority to search for additional evidence of innocence. In September 2009, the case was presented to an eight-member panel of commissioners that unanimously found there was sufficient evidence to merit a judicial review of Greg’s case.
The Center’s Executive Director, along with attorneys Joe Cheshire and Mike Klinkosum, represented Greg before a three-judge panel in February 2010. Throughout the hearing, the defense thoroughly discredited every piece of evidence used to convict Greg. New evidence presented included the lab analyst’s bench notes from 1992 testing which had confirmed at the time of trial that the substance found on Greg’s truck was not human blood. Those bench notes were not given to Greg’s original defense attorney and, had they not been discovered by his postconviction counsel, Greg would likely have died in prison.
On February 17, 2010, the three-judge panel exonerated Greg, finding he had proven his innocence by clear and convincing evidence after wrongful incarceration for almost 17 years. Greg was the first person exonerated through the Innocence Inquiry Commission process and his case, along with the other successful cases of the Innocence Inquiry Commission process, has inspired other states to consider forming similar Commissions. (Murder & Miscarriage of Justice) North Carolina Center on Actual Innocence online article
127,196. Duance Deaver and the Greg Taylor Case: Judge Calin E Murphy rules Gregory F Taylor has proved by clear and convincting evidence that Gregory F Taylor is innocent of the charge of first-degree murder of Jacquetta Thomas on Setember 26 1991. (Accident & Murder: Peterson & Murder: Taylor & Miscarriage of Justice: Peterson & Miscarriage of Justice: Peterson) The Staircase e9, Canal+ 2013, court decision
127,199. Deaver admits to have misrepresented blood test in the [Taylor] case. (Murder: Peterson & Murder: Taylor & Miscarriage of Justice: Peterson & Miscarriage of Justice: Taylor) ibid. news