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  1. #1
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    Jun 2011

    Rachel Manning's Killer Finally Caught.

    A chance match on the DNA database led police to the killer of Rachel Manning, almost a decade after her murder.

    Shahidul Ahmed strangled Miss Manning while she was lost and trying to get home on a wet, bitterly cold night in Milton Keynes in December 2000.

    He dragged her body through undergrowth at Woburn Golf Club before battering her face with a steering lock.

    But he has now been found guilty of murder after DNA identified from a 2010 sex assault led to his conviction.

    Two other men who were falsely convicted of the murder were freed in 2008. I bet when they were convicted this freak thought he'd gotten away with it, and I suppose if he hadn't attacked another woman he would have. The mills of God grind slowly, etc etc.

  2. #2
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    Jan 2004
    So glad they caught this murderer and there is no question now with the DNA evidence!

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