Corrie Killer Planned ‘Perfect Murder’

April 2, 2012 by staff 

Corrie Killer Planned ‘Perfect Murder’, The 15-year-old studied websites titled “people who get away with murder in shows” and “how to get away with murder” before carrying out the copycat killing, a court heard.

Police also found a montage of violent scenes on his computer from other soap operas including Hollyoaks and Emmerdale, the torture film Saw, and TV crime dramas such as Trial and Retribution.

Bartlam attacked his mother Jacqueline Bartlam, 47, a Land Registry worker, with a claw hammer at their comfortable detached home in Redhill, Nottingham, last April, then padded her body with paper and started a fire using petrol in a bid to destroy any evidence and commit the “perfect murder”.

The teenager initially told police she had been killed by a masked intruder, a story he kept up for several weeks, before eventually cracking and admitting he was responsible.

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