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Wright says he is not a 'psychopath'


A man accused of killing five prostitutes, denies murder, saying he wasn't a 'psychopath' involved in a campaign against sex workers.




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【整理】Issue 93---jeanneleaf

 

A man accused of killing 5 women who were working as prostitutes has admitted he could have picked up all of them on the nights they disappeared. Steve Wright told Ipswich Crown Court he might have had sex with 4 of the victims on those occasions and was a victim of coincidences himself. He denied murder, saying he wasn't a random psychopath involved in a campaign against prostitutes. In court, he used the same answer more than 50 times, as Keme Nzerem reports from Ipswich.

Late one December night a traffic camera picks up Steve Wright leaving Ipswich, wearing his distinctive reflective yellow jacket, the prosecution alleges Wright was on his way to dump the body of Anneli Alderton, having just paid her for sex at his house while his wife was at work.

Steve Wright says that it's a coincidence that there weren't any links at all between him and the 5 prostitutes that were murdered in Ipswich during the winter of 2006. He admits bringing 3 of them here to his house to have sex with them, another one he admits having sex with in his car. The prosecutor today asked Steve Wright could it be a coincidence that he'd selected the 5 prostitutes in the order that they died, further more that they died shortly after being with him and that there was DNA evidence linking him to them, Steve Wright replied: "it would seem so, yes."

Repeatedly asked to explain apparent coincidence after coincidence more than 50 times, Wright responded the same way, and when Peter Wright Q.C., the prosecutor commented:" You've been singularly unfortunate." Wright replied once again, "It would seem so, yes." Wright described how he'd been tempted by the street prostitutes working where he lived in Ipswich's red light district, but insisted that as time went on that sexual temptation didn't turn to murder. The body of Tania Nicol, the first woman to go missing, was found in Belstead Brook on the outskirts of town on the 8th of December, Wright picked her up, but says he didn't have sex with her because she had acne, but the prosecution claims a fibre from his car found on her head suggests he'd killed her. Peter Wright put it to the defendant that Miss Nicol had died, because there was violence upon her, wasn't there? His response: Not by me. Mr. Wright went on, and that violence involved you squeezing the very life out of her, his response: No I did not.

Paula Clennell was the last of the 5 women to disappear on December the 10th. Her body found 2 days later. Wright admits paying her for sex at his home, but preferred not to lie on the bed he shared with his partner, instead, lying on his yellow work jacket, he told the court that like the others there had been no violence with Miss. Clennell. So why then was her blood found on the left shoulder of the coat, the prosecution asked. Because she may have bitten her tongue, Wright claimed. He would wear this jacket when driving to dispose of the bodies, the court heard, so he looked like a shift worker on his way home. Steve Wright denies all the charges, the case continues.

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A man accused of killing 5 women who were working as prostitutes has admitted he could have picked up all of them on the nights they disappeared. Steve Wright told Ipswich Crown Court, he might to have sex with 4 of the victims on those occasions and was a victim of coincidences himself, he denied murder, saying he wasn't a random psychopath involved in a campaign against prostitutes. In court, he used the same answer more than 50 times, as Keme Nzerem reports from Ipswich.

Later 1 December night a traffic camera picks up Steve Wright leaving Ipswich, wearing his distinctive reflective yellow jacket, the prosecution alleges right was on his way to dump the body of Anneli Alderton, having just paid her for sex at his house while his wife was at work.

Steve Wright says that it's a coincidence that there were any links at all between him and the 5 prostitutes that were murdered in Ipswich during the winter of 2006, he admits bringing 3 of them here to his house to have sex with them, another one he had admits having sex with in his car. The prosecutor today asked Steve Wright, could it be a coincidence that he'd selected the 5 prostitutes in the order that they died, further more that they died surely after being with him and that there was a DNA evidence linking him to them, Steve Wright replied: "it would seem so, yes."

Repeatedly asked to explain an apparent coincidence after coincidence more than 50 times, Wright responded the same way, and when Peter Wright QC the prosecutor commented you've been singularly unfortunate, Wright replied once again, "it would seem so, yes." Wright described how he'd been tempted by the street prostitutes walking where he lived in Ipswich's red light district, but insisted that as time went on that sexual temptation didn't turn to murder. The body of Tania Nicol, the first woman to go missing, was found in Bested broke on the outskirts of town on the 8th of December, Wright picked her up, but says he didn’t have sex with her because he had agony, but the prosecution claims the fiber from his car found on her head suggests he killed her, Peter Wright put it to the defendant that Miss Nicol had died, because there was violence upon her wasn't there, his response, not by me, Mr. Wright went on, and that violence involved you squeezing the very life out of her, his response, no I did not.

Paula Clennell was the last of the 5 women to disappear on December the 10th, her body found 2 days later, Wright admits paying her for sex at his home, but prefer not to lie on the bed he shared with his partner insteads lying on his yellow work jacket, he told the court that like the others there have been no violence with Miss. Clennell, so why then was her blood found on the left shoulder of the coat, the prosecution asked because she may have bitten her tone. Wright claimed. He would wear this jackets when driving to dispose of the bodies, the court heard so he looked like a shift worker on his way home. Steve Wright denies all the charges, the case continues.
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A man accused of killing 5 women who were working as prostitutes has admitted he could have picked up all of them on the nights they disappeared. Steve Wright told Ipswich Crown Court, he might /// have had sex with 4 of the victims on those occasions and was a victim of coincidences himself, he denied murder, saying he wasn't a random psychopath involved in a campaign against prostitutes. In court, he used the same answer more than 50 times, as Keme Nzerem reports from Ipswich.

Late one December night a traffic camera picks up Steve Wright leaving Ipswich, wearing his distinctive reflective yellow jacket, the prosecution alleges Wright was on his way to dump the body of Anneli Alderton, having just paid her for sex at his house while his wife was at work.

Steve Wright says that it's a coincidence that there weren't any links at all between him and the 5 prostitutes that were murdered in Ipswich during the winter of 2006, he admits bringing 3 of them here to his house to have sex with them, another one he /// admits having sex with in his car. The prosecutor today asked Steve Wright could it be a coincidence that he'd selected the 5 prostitutes in the order that they died, further more that they died surely after being with him and that there was a DNA evidence linking him to them, Steve Wright replied: "it would seem so, yes."

Repeatedly asked to explain /// apparent coincidence after coincidence more than 50 times, Wright responded the same way, and when Peter Wright Q.C., the prosecutor commented:" You've been singularly unfortunate." Wright replied once again, "It would seem so, yes." Wright described how he'd been tempted by the street prostitutes working where he lived in Ipswich's red light district, but insisted that as time went on that sexual temptation didn't turn to murder. The body of Tania Nicol, the first woman to go missing, was found in Belstead Brook on the outskirts of town on the 8th of December, Wright picked her up, but says he didn’t have sex with her because she had agony, but the prosecution claims the fibre from his car found on her head suggests he had killed her. Peter Wright put it to the defendant that Miss Nicol had died, because there was violence upon her wasn't there? His response: Not by me. Mr. Wright went on, and that violence involved you squeezing the very life out of her, his response: No I did not.

Paula Clennell was the last of the 5 women to disappear on December the 10th, her body found 2 days later. Wright admits paying her for sex at his home, but prefer not to lie on the bed he shared with his partner, insteads lying on his yellow work jacket, he tell the court that like /// others there have been no violence with Miss. Clennell. So why then was her blood found on the left shoulder of the coat, the prosecution asked. Because she may have bitten her tongue, Wright claimed. He would wear this jacket/ when driving to dispose of the bodies, the court heard, so he would look like a shift worker on his way home. Steve Wright denies all the charges, the case continues.
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A man accused of killing 5 women who were working as prostitutes has admitted he could have picked up all of them on the nights they disappeared. Steve Wright told Ipswich Crown Court, he might /// have had sex with 4 of the victims on those occasions and was a victim of coincidences himself, he denied murder, saying he wasn't a random psychopath involved in a campaign against prostitutes. In court, he used the same answer more than 50 times, as Keme Nzerem reports from Ipswich.

Late one December night a traffic camera picks up Steve Wright leaving Ipswich, wearing his distinctive reflective yellow jacket, the prosecution alleges Wright was on his way to dump the body of Anneli Alderton, having just paid her for sex at his house while his wife was at work.

Steve Wright says that it's a coincidence that there weren't any links at all between him and the 5 prostitutes that were murdered in Ipswich during the winter of 2006, he admits bringing 3 of them here to his house to have sex with them, another one he /// admits having sex with in his car. The prosecutor today asked Steve Wright could it be a coincidence that he'd selected the 5 prostitutes in the order that they died, further more that they died shortly after being with him and that there was / DNA evidence linking him to them, Steve Wright replied: "it would seem so, yes."

Repeatedly asked to explain /// apparent coincidence after coincidence more than 50 times, Wright responded the same way, and when Peter Wright Q.C., the prosecutor commented:" You've been singularly unfortunate." Wright replied once again, "It would seem so, yes." Wright described how he'd been tempted by the street prostitutes working where he lived in Ipswich's red light district, but insisted that as time went on that sexual temptation didn't turn to murder. The body of Tania Nicol, the first woman to go missing, was found in Belstead Brook on the outskirts of town on the 8th of December, Wright picked her up, but says he didn’t have sex with her because she had acne, but the prosecution claims the fibre from his car found on her head suggests he had killed her. Peter Wright put it to the defendant that Miss Nicol had died, because there was violence upon her wasn't there? His response: Not by me. Mr. Wright went on, and that violence involved you squeezing the very life out of her, his response: No I did not.

Paula Clennell was the last of the 5 women to disappear on December the 10th, her body found 2 days later. Wright admits paying her for sex at his home, but prefer not to lie on the bed he shared with his partner, instead/ lying on his yellow work jacket, he told the court that like the others there have been no violence with Miss. Clennell. So why then was her blood found on the left shoulder of the coat, the prosecution asked. Because she may have bitten her tongue, Wright claimed. He would wear this jacket/ when driving to dispose of the bodies, the court heard, so he / looked like a shift worker on his way home. Steve Wright denies all the charges, the case continues.
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A man accused of killing 5 women who were working as prostitutes has admitted he could have picked up all of them on the nights they disappeared. Steve Wright told Ipswich Crown Court, he might have had sex with 4 of the victims on those occasions and was a victim of coincidences himself, he denied murder, saying he wasn't a random psychopath involved in a campaign against prostitutes. In court, he used the same answer more than 50 times, as Keme Nzerem reports from Ipswich.

Late one December night a traffic camera picks up Steve Wright leaving Ipswich, wearing his distinctive reflective yellow jacket, the prosecution alleges Wright was on his way to dump the body of Anneli Alderton, having just paid her for sex at his house while his wife was at work.

Steve Wright says that it's a coincidence that there weren't any links at all between him and the 5 prostitutes that were murdered in Ipswich during the winter of 2006, he admits bringing 3 of them here to his house to have sex with them, another one he admits having sex with in his car. The prosecutor today asked Steve Wright could it be a coincidence that he'd selected the 5 prostitutes in the order that they died, further more that they died shortly after being with him and that there was DNA evidence linking him to them, Steve Wright replied: "it would seem so, yes."

Repeatedly asked to explain the apparent coincidence after coincidence more than 50 times, Wright responded the same way, and when Peter Wright Q.C., the prosecutor commented:" You've been singularly unfortunate." Wright replied once again, "It would seem so, yes." Wright described how he'd been tempted by the street prostitutes working where he lived in Ipswich's red light district, but insisted that as time went on that sexual temptation didn't turn to murder. The body of Tania Nicol, the first woman to go missing, was found in Belstead Brook on the outskirts of town on the 8th of December, Wright picked her up, but says he didn’t have sex with her because she had acne, but the prosecution claims the fibre from his car found on her head suggests he killed her. Peter Wright put it to the defendant that Miss Nicol had died, because there was violence upon her wasn't there? His response: Not by me. Mr. Wright went on, and that violence involved you squeezing the very life out of her, his response: No I did not.

Paula Clennell was the last of the 5 women to disappear on December the 10th, her body found 2 days later. Wright admits paying her for sex at his home, but prefer not to lie on the bed he shared with his partner, insteads, lying on his yellow work jacket, he told the court that like the others there have been no violence with Miss. Clennell. So why then was her blood found on the left shoulder of the coat, the prosecution asked. Because she may have bitten her tongue, Wright claimed. He would wear this jacket when driving to dispose of the bodies, the court heard, so he looked like a shift worker on his way home. Steve Wright denies all the charges, the case continues.
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A man accused of killing 5 women who were working as prostitutes has admitted he could have picked up all of them on the nights they disappeared. Steve Wright told Ipswich Crown Court, he might have had sex with 4 of the victims on those occasions and was a victim of coincidences himself, he denied murder, saying he wasn't a random psychopath involved in a campaign against prostitutes. In court, he used the same answer more than 50 times, as Keme Nzerem reports from Ipswich.

Late one December night a traffic camera picks up Steve Wright leaving Ipswich, wearing his distinctive reflective yellow jacket, the prosecution alleges Wright was on his way to dump the body of Anneli Alderton, having just paid her for sex at his house while his wife was at work.

Steve Wright says that it's a coincidence that there weren't any links at all between him and the 5 prostitutes that were murdered in Ipswich during the winter of 2006, he admits bringing 3 of them here to his house to have sex with them, another one he admits having sex with in his car. The prosecutor today asked Steve Wright could it be a coincidence that he'd selected the 5 prostitutes in the order that they died, further more that they died shortly after being with him and that there was DNA evidence linking him to them, Steve Wright replied: "it would seem so, yes."

Repeatedly asked to explain the apparent coincidence after coincidence more than 50 times, Wright responded the same way, and when Peter Wright Q.C., the prosecutor commented:" You've been singularly unfortunate." Wright replied once again, "It would seem so, yes." Wright described how he'd been tempted by the street prostitutes working where he lived in Ipswich's red light district, but insisted that as time went on that sexual temptation didn't turn to murder. The body of Tania Nicol, the first woman to go missing, was found in Belstead Brook on the outskirts of town on the 8th of December, Wright picked her up, but says he didn’t have sex with her because she had acne, but the prosecution claims the fibre from his car found on her head suggests he'd killed her. Peter Wright put it to the defendant that Miss Nicol had died, because there was violence upon her, wasn't there? His response: Not by me. Mr. Wright went on, and that violence involved you squeezing the very life out of her, his response: No I did not.

Paula Clennell was the last of the 5 women to disappear on December the 10th, her body found 2 days later. Wright admits paying her for sex at his home, but prefer not to lie on the bed he shared with his partner, insteads, lying on his yellow work jacket, he told the court that like the others there have been no violence with Miss. Clennell. So why then was her blood found on the left shoulder of the coat, the prosecution asked. Because she may have bitten her tongue, Wright claimed. He would wear this jacket when driving to dispose of the bodies, the court heard, so he looked like a shift worker on his way home. Steve Wright denies all the charges, the case continues.
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Steve Wrights says that it was a coinsisdence and that weren't any link at all between him and the 5 prositutes that were murdered in Ipswich during the winter of 2006, he admits bringing 3 of them here to his house to have sex with them, another one he /// admits having sex with in his car. The prosecutor today asked Steve Wright could it be a coincidence that he'd selected the 5 prostitutes in the order that they died, further more that they died surely after being with him and that there was a DNA evidence linking him to them, Steve Wright replied: "it would seem so, yes."

Repeatedly asked to explain apparent coincidence after coincidence more than 50 times, Wright responded the same way, and when Peter Wright Q.C., the prosecutor commented:" You've been singularly unfortunate." Wright replied once again, "It would seem so, yes." Wright described how he'd been tempted by the street prostitutes working where he lived in Ipswich's red light district, but insisted that as time went on that sexual temptation didn't turn to murder. The body of Tania Nicol, the first woman to go missing, was found in Belstead Brook on the outskirts of town on the 8th of December, Wright picked her up, but says he didn’t have sex with her because she had acne. but the prosecution claims the fibre from his car found on her head suggests he had killed her. Peter Wright put it to the defendant that Miss Nicol had died, because there was violence upon her wasn't there?
His response: Not by me. Mr. Wright went on, and that violence involved you squeezing the very life out of her, his response: No I did not.

Paula Clennell was the last of the 5 women to disappear on December the 10th, her body found 2 days later. Wright admits paying her for sex at his home, but prefer not to lie on the bed he shared with his partner, instead lying on his yellow work jacket, he told the court that like others there have been no violence with Miss. Clennell. So why then was her blood found on the left shoulder of the coat, the prosecution asked. Because she may have bitten her tongue, Wright claimed. He would wear this jacket/ when driving to dispose of the bodies, the court heard, so he would look like a shift worker on his way home. Steve Wright denies all the charges, the case continues.

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