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Dennis Nilsen
  • BLACK AND WHITE ONLY File photo dated 04/11/83 of mass murderer Dennis Nilsen (right), with a prison warden at his side, after he was sentenced to a minimum of 25 years imprisonment after being convicted of six murders and two attempted murders at the Old Bailey. Infamous serial killer Nilsen spent his final day in prison lying in his cell suffering from internal bleeding, an inquest has heard.
  • BLACK AND WHITE ONLY File photo dated 18/02/83 of Dennis Nilsen (left) leaving Highgate Magistrates Court where he was remanded in custody, charged with the murder of Stephen Sinclair in London. Serial killer Dennis Nilsen has died in prison, the Ministry of Justice has said.
  • BLACK AND WHITE ONLY File photo dated 18/02/83 of Dennis Nilsen (right) leaving Highgate Magistrates Court where he was remanded in custody, charged with the murder of Stephen Sinclair in London. Serial killer Dennis Nilsen has died in prison, the Ministry of Justice has said.
  • PA NEWS PHOTO 15/11/83 THE SECOND FLOOR FLAT OF MASS MURDERER DENNIS ANDREW NILSEN WHO LIVED AT NO. 23 CRANLEY GARDENS, MUSWELL HILL, LONDON
  • PA NEWS PHOTO 15/11/83 THE SECOND FLOOR FLAT OF MASS MURDERER DENNIS ANDREW NILSEN WHO LIVED AT NO. 23 CRANLEY GARDENS, MUSWELL HILL, LONDON
  • PA NEWS PHOTO 15/11/83 ESTATE AGENT LEON ROBERTS IN THE SECOND FLOOR FLAT OF MASS MURDERER DENNIS ANDREW NILSEN WHO LIVED AT NO. 23 CRANLEY GARDENS, MUSWELL HILL, LONDON
  • AN ARRAY OF THE MUDERER DENNIS ANDREW NILSEN EXHIBITS ON DISPLAY AT THE OLD BAILEY COURT, LONDON. A TIE, ROPE, KNIVES AND A KNIFE SHARPENER AND A WOODEN BOARD ON WHICH HE DISSECTED REMAINS. NILSEN WAS SENTENCED TO A MINIMUM OF 25 YEARS IMPRISONMENT, CONVICTED OF SIX MURDERS AND TWO ATTEMPTED MURDERS.
  • PA NEWS PHOTO 25/10/83 DENNIS ANDREW NILSEN LEAVING HIGHGATE COURT, LONDON ACCUSED OF SIX MURDERS AND TWO ATTEMPTED MURDERS *25/10/01...Serial killer Nilsen, 45, was, seeking a High Court judge's permission to challenge a ban on him publishing his autobiography and other writings. Lawyers for Nilsen, who is serving life for murdering at least 12 men, were expected to argue that the governor at Whitemoor top security prison was unlawfully blocking publication in breach of his human rights. *20/10/03: Serial killer Dennis Nilsen accused Home Secretary David Blunkett and the prison authorities of unlawfully preventing him from working on and publishing his autobiography. His QC Alison Foster accused Mr Blunkett and the governor of Full Sutton Prison, near York, of breaching his human rights by refusing to return a copy of the partially-completed work.Nilsen, 57, admitted killing and butchering 15 young men, most of them homeless homosexuals, at his north London home. The former policeman was jailed for life in 1983, with a recommendation that he serve a minimum of 25 years, on six counts of murder and two of attempted murder. 19/12/03: Dennis Nilsen who today lost his High Court battle for the right to continue working on and publishing his autobiography. 30/01/04: The Serial killer Dennis Nilsen was today refused permission to appeal against a recent court ruling which effectively denied him the right to continue working on and publishing his autobiography. His plea for a judicial review was rejected by Mr Justice Maurice Kay at the High Court in London last month. *05/05/04: Dennis Nilsen dated 25/10/83. Nilsen won permission to appeal against a ruling which denied him the right to continue working on his autobiography.
  • Chief Supt. Geoffrey Chambers in London where he attended the Old Bailey trial of Dennis Nilsen.