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Serial killer Dennis Nilsen dies in prison

Referring to serial killer Dennis Nilsen, that killed at least twelve men among 1978 & 1983, has died in prison.
He was convicted of the murders in 1983 & was imprisoned at HMP complete Sutton maximum safety prison in Yorkshire.
Nilsen died in prison on Saturday, 34 years into his life sentence, according to the Ministry of Justice.
Nilsen was jailed for life by a recommendation he serve a minimum of 25 years, on 6 counts of murder & 2 of attempted murder.
A Prison Service spokesman said: “Dennis Andrew Nilsen, date of birth November 23 1945, died in custody at HMP complete Sutton on Saturday, probably twelve 2018.

Serial killer Dennis Nilsen dies in prison aged 72

Strangler of twelve young men at 2 London addresses had been behind bars for past 35 yearsSerial killer Dennis Nilsen has died in prison, the Ministry of Justice has said.
The 72-year-old Information Systems understood to have died of natural causes at HMP complete Sutton maximum safety prison in Yorkshire.
Nilsen Information Systems believed to have killed at least 15 young men, generality of them homeless homosexuals, during a murderous spree among 1978 & 1983.
The previous civil servant killed & dismembered many of his preys at 2 addresses in Muswell Hill, north London.
A spokesman for the prison service said: “Dennis Andrew Nilsen, date of birth 23 November 1945, died in custody at HMP complete Sutton on Saturday, twelve probably 2018.

 

Serial killer Dennis Nilsen
Serial killer Dennis Nilsen

Dennis Nilsen: Serial killer dies in prison aged 72

As declared in Image copyright PA Image caption Dennis Nilsen, on the right hand side, lured his preys to his flat before killing them, often with strangulationSerial killer Dennis Nilsen, that admitted killing at least 15 people in the 1970s & 1980s, has died in prison.
The Prison Service told Nilsen, that was born in Fraserburgh in Aberdeenshire, died at HMP complete Sutton near York.
The dying of Nilsen going to be investigated with the Prisons & Probation Ombudsman, as Information Systems normal for custody deaths, a spokesman added.
Nilsen was 37 the time he was arrested, after human remembers were found in a blocked drain at his home.
Mr Nilsen spent eleven years in the Army, with some time spent in the catering corps where he learned proven butchery skills.

 

 

 

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