Mutilated: man killed and decapitated Spanish student Sergio Marquez in "frenzied attack" at Lansdowne flat

Bournemouth Echo: Sergio Marquez Sergio Marquez

A MAN killed by his housemate in Bournemouth in 2012 was the victim of a “frenzied” attack.

Sergio Marquez, who was 23, was stabbed before paranoid schizophrenic Karl Addo cut off his head and mutilated his stomach.

The two men had lived together in a flat in Lansdowne Road for just two months.

Today, Addo pleaded guilty to the manslaughter of Sergio on the grounds of diminished responsibility at Bournemouth Crown Court.

Nigel Pascoe QC, prosecuting, said Sergio, who was a waiter at the Britannia Hotel in Meyrick Park, was “killed in a prolonged, horrific and violent attack”.

Addo used a cleaver, and officers found two knives on him when he was arrested shortly afterwards in nearby Beechey Road trying to escape.

Mr Pascoe said the defendant had been released from the Huntley Mental Health Centre in London, where he was voluntarily receiving treatment, the day before a panel of professionals decided he should be sectioned.

He then effectively “disappeared” from view, despite having “persistent delusions that he was being pursued and attacked by a gang”.

Addo killed Sergio on the day he was due to leave the flat after being evicted.

Mr Pascoe said: “Sergio Marquez and his friends let it be known that Mr Addo was difficult.

“He was untidy – he would not clear up – he ate food that belonged to them and used pages from books as lavatory paper.”

On the day of Sergio’s death, he and housemate Natalia Gil-Perez were planning a surprise birthday party for the fourth person living in the flat, Joan Suarez-Florez.

The two others had been out at the time Sergio was attacked by Addo in the corner of their shared room.

A neighbour, interviewed by police following Addo’s arrest, reported hearing Sergio pleading “Please, Karl,” repeatedly in the minutes before he was killed.

He also heard Addo laugh.

Judge Mr Justice Ian Burnett will sentence Addo, 30, of no fixed abode, at the court at 10.30am on Wednesday.

The defendant was represented by Oba Nsugbe QC.

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3:05pm Mon 2 Dec 13

open mind says...

I like the fact he was a housemate of the victim but of "no fixed abode"!
I like the fact he was a housemate of the victim but of "no fixed abode"! open mind

3:23pm Mon 2 Dec 13

rudolph_hucker says...

What a nutter. There's some real fruitcakes out there.
Just looking at his crazy face makes me feel sick.
I hope he is never released and kept heavily sedated for the rest of his life.
What a nutter. There's some real fruitcakes out there. Just looking at his crazy face makes me feel sick. I hope he is never released and kept heavily sedated for the rest of his life. rudolph_hucker

5:24pm Mon 2 Dec 13

Vikki27 says...

rudolph_hucker wrote:
What a nutter. There's some real fruitcakes out there.
Just looking at his crazy face makes me feel sick.
I hope he is never released and kept heavily sedated for the rest of his life.
I'm not in any way condoning what he did, but dismissing people with mental health problems as 'a nutter' and 'a fruitcake' somewhat trivialises such problems. Like I said, I'm not saying everyone should think it's okay he did something so awful on the grounds of his paranoid schizophrenia, but by the same token, I think there should be at least some attempt at empathy towards the man who is ill.

I know a woman whose son has the same condition and although he is medicated and carefully monitored, he's able to be a functioning member of society. Writing someone off because of something they did under the influence of something they had no control over screams of ignorance and the lack of compassion and understanding that is endemic in society today.

Having said that, this man's condition is clearly unstable and I hope they keep him in a locked facility for a time relatable to his crime and for however long it takes before he is no longer any danger to himself or society. Something like this should never be allowed to happen.
[quote][p][bold]rudolph_hucker[/bold] wrote: What a nutter. There's some real fruitcakes out there. Just looking at his crazy face makes me feel sick. I hope he is never released and kept heavily sedated for the rest of his life.[/p][/quote]I'm not in any way condoning what he did, but dismissing people with mental health problems as 'a nutter' and 'a fruitcake' somewhat trivialises such problems. Like I said, I'm not saying everyone should think it's okay he did something so awful on the grounds of his paranoid schizophrenia, but by the same token, I think there should be at least some attempt at empathy towards the man who is ill. I know a woman whose son has the same condition and although he is medicated and carefully monitored, he's able to be a functioning member of society. Writing someone off because of something they did under the influence of something they had no control over screams of ignorance and the lack of compassion and understanding that is endemic in society today. Having said that, this man's condition is clearly unstable and I hope they keep him in a locked facility for a time relatable to his crime and for however long it takes before he is no longer any danger to himself or society. Something like this should never be allowed to happen. Vikki27

5:52pm Mon 2 Dec 13

afcb-mark says...

'I think there should be at least some attempt at empathy towards the man who is ill'.--------Are you on another planet. That NUTTER cut another man's head off and you want people to empathise with him. What about the trauma caused to Sergio's family and the people who found this poor man in that state, they are the one's I feel sorry for. No sympathy or empathy for me lock him up and throw away the key.
'I think there should be at least some attempt at empathy towards the man who is ill'.--------Are you on another planet. That NUTTER cut another man's head off and you want people to empathise with him. What about the trauma caused to Sergio's family and the people who found this poor man in that state, they are the one's I feel sorry for. No sympathy or empathy for me lock him up and throw away the key. afcb-mark

6:17pm Mon 2 Dec 13

afcb-mark says...

Vikki27 wrote:
rudolph_hucker wrote:
What a nutter. There's some real fruitcakes out there.
Just looking at his crazy face makes me feel sick.
I hope he is never released and kept heavily sedated for the rest of his life.
I'm not in any way condoning what he did, but dismissing people with mental health problems as 'a nutter' and 'a fruitcake' somewhat trivialises such problems. Like I said, I'm not saying everyone should think it's okay he did something so awful on the grounds of his paranoid schizophrenia, but by the same token, I think there should be at least some attempt at empathy towards the man who is ill.

I know a woman whose son has the same condition and although he is medicated and carefully monitored, he's able to be a functioning member of society. Writing someone off because of something they did under the influence of something they had no control over screams of ignorance and the lack of compassion and understanding that is endemic in society today.

Having said that, this man's condition is clearly unstable and I hope they keep him in a locked facility for a time relatable to his crime and for however long it takes before he is no longer any danger to himself or society. Something like this should never be allowed to happen.
I think there should be at least some attempt at empathy towards the man who is ill'.--------Are you on another planet. That NUTTER cut another man's head off and you want people to empathise with him. What about the trauma caused to Sergio's family and the people who found this poor man in that state, they are the one's I feel sorry for. No sympathy or empathy from me lock him up and throw away the key.
[quote][p][bold]Vikki27[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]rudolph_hucker[/bold] wrote: What a nutter. There's some real fruitcakes out there. Just looking at his crazy face makes me feel sick. I hope he is never released and kept heavily sedated for the rest of his life.[/p][/quote]I'm not in any way condoning what he did, but dismissing people with mental health problems as 'a nutter' and 'a fruitcake' somewhat trivialises such problems. Like I said, I'm not saying everyone should think it's okay he did something so awful on the grounds of his paranoid schizophrenia, but by the same token, I think there should be at least some attempt at empathy towards the man who is ill. I know a woman whose son has the same condition and although he is medicated and carefully monitored, he's able to be a functioning member of society. Writing someone off because of something they did under the influence of something they had no control over screams of ignorance and the lack of compassion and understanding that is endemic in society today. Having said that, this man's condition is clearly unstable and I hope they keep him in a locked facility for a time relatable to his crime and for however long it takes before he is no longer any danger to himself or society. Something like this should never be allowed to happen.[/p][/quote]I think there should be at least some attempt at empathy towards the man who is ill'.--------Are you on another planet. That NUTTER cut another man's head off and you want people to empathise with him. What about the trauma caused to Sergio's family and the people who found this poor man in that state, they are the one's I feel sorry for. No sympathy or empathy from me lock him up and throw away the key. afcb-mark

6:17pm Mon 2 Dec 13

Pablo23 says...

I can't help feeling that its the UKs mental health policy that has let this poor guys family down.
How many more of these stories must we read before the care in the conmunity, cost saving policies are reassessed?
I can't help feeling that its the UKs mental health policy that has let this poor guys family down. How many more of these stories must we read before the care in the conmunity, cost saving policies are reassessed? Pablo23

8:38pm Mon 2 Dec 13

stevobath says...

Let's think? What Government came up with the wonderful 'Care In The Community'? Oh yes. It was THATCHER & Co.
Where were those responsible for the seriously disturbed Addo? Why was he allowed to leave hospital, yet be sectioned the DAY AFTER?

I smell a rat here & I hope the morons responsible for his lack of supervision, are dealt with. These things will keep happening, unless the very act of 1990 is actually used & it's objectives made to happen.
The Mental Health Teams are generally as useful as chocolate fireguards. I know this, as my Ex partner had serious mental health problems & trying to get help when needed was hard work.
I truly feel for the victims family & it's disgusting that it takes something awful to happen before something is done.
As I said, I find it odd that he was allowed to leave hospital then the very next day a section was ordered? Someone is covering up, or at least TRYING to.
Let's think? What Government came up with the wonderful 'Care In The Community'? Oh yes. It was THATCHER & Co. Where were those responsible for the seriously disturbed Addo? Why was he allowed to leave hospital, yet be sectioned the DAY AFTER? I smell a rat here & I hope the morons responsible for his lack of supervision, are dealt with. These things will keep happening, unless the very act of 1990 is actually used & it's objectives made to happen. The Mental Health Teams are generally as useful as chocolate fireguards. I know this, as my Ex partner had serious mental health problems & trying to get help when needed was hard work. I truly feel for the victims family & it's disgusting that it takes something awful to happen before something is done. As I said, I find it odd that he was allowed to leave hospital then the very next day a section was ordered? Someone is covering up, or at least TRYING to. stevobath

9:36pm Mon 2 Dec 13

dylexic bobert says...

The government are in the process of privatising the probation service and handing large parts of it to g4s to save some money.Stories like this and people doing awful things like this when all the signs are there that something is not right with someone I fear will become more commonplace.But what can you do?
The government are in the process of privatising the probation service and handing large parts of it to g4s to save some money.Stories like this and people doing awful things like this when all the signs are there that something is not right with someone I fear will become more commonplace.But what can you do? dylexic bobert

9:41pm Mon 2 Dec 13

rozmister says...

open mind wrote:
I like the fact he was a housemate of the victim but of "no fixed abode"!
You think he could still claim to live in that flat, the one he was about to evicted from and where he murdered his housemate?! People are of 'no fixed abode' when they have nowhere to live anymore, where they lived when they committed the crime is irrelevant it's about where they could live now should they be released tomorrow.
[quote][p][bold]open mind[/bold] wrote: I like the fact he was a housemate of the victim but of "no fixed abode"![/p][/quote]You think he could still claim to live in that flat, the one he was about to evicted from and where he murdered his housemate?! People are of 'no fixed abode' when they have nowhere to live anymore, where they lived when they committed the crime is irrelevant it's about where they could live now should they be released tomorrow. rozmister

5:40am Tue 3 Dec 13

yet_another_one says...

rudolph_hucker wrote:
What a nutter. There's some real fruitcakes out there.
Just looking at his crazy face makes me feel sick.
I hope he is never released and kept heavily sedated for the rest of his life.
Decapitating a fellow human being after repeatedly stabbing his victim is depravity beyond belief and reeks of a pre-meditation to me.
This guy has committed MURDER, not manslaughter and this diminished responsibility thing is nothing more than bunkum - a cop out.
So, what you're really saying is us British tax payers should foot the bill for his continued 'cloud cuckoo land existence' on medication until he dies of natural causes?
Call my views extreme but he should, as some would say, be put out of his misery and 'dance on the end of a rope'.
That goes for anybody else too, particularly those currently on trial at the Old Bailey for the barbaric killing Soldier Lee Rigby in Woolwich.
Our politicians should back us, the general public by sending out a very clear message that acts of this nature will NOT be tolerated - bring back corporal punishment.
[quote][p][bold]rudolph_hucker[/bold] wrote: What a nutter. There's some real fruitcakes out there. Just looking at his crazy face makes me feel sick. I hope he is never released and kept heavily sedated for the rest of his life.[/p][/quote]Decapitating a fellow human being after repeatedly stabbing his victim is depravity beyond belief and reeks of a pre-meditation to me. This guy has committed MURDER, not manslaughter and this diminished responsibility thing is nothing more than bunkum - a cop out. So, what you're really saying is us British tax payers should foot the bill for his continued 'cloud cuckoo land existence' on medication until he dies of natural causes? Call my views extreme but he should, as some would say, be put out of his misery and 'dance on the end of a rope'. That goes for anybody else too, particularly those currently on trial at the Old Bailey for the barbaric killing Soldier Lee Rigby in Woolwich. Our politicians should back us, the general public by sending out a very clear message that acts of this nature will NOT be tolerated - bring back corporal punishment. yet_another_one

8:01am Tue 3 Dec 13

Huey says...

yet_another_one wrote:
rudolph_hucker wrote:
What a nutter. There's some real fruitcakes out there.
Just looking at his crazy face makes me feel sick.
I hope he is never released and kept heavily sedated for the rest of his life.
Decapitating a fellow human being after repeatedly stabbing his victim is depravity beyond belief and reeks of a pre-meditation to me.
This guy has committed MURDER, not manslaughter and this diminished responsibility thing is nothing more than bunkum - a cop out.
So, what you're really saying is us British tax payers should foot the bill for his continued 'cloud cuckoo land existence' on medication until he dies of natural causes?
Call my views extreme but he should, as some would say, be put out of his misery and 'dance on the end of a rope'.
That goes for anybody else too, particularly those currently on trial at the Old Bailey for the barbaric killing Soldier Lee Rigby in Woolwich.
Our politicians should back us, the general public by sending out a very clear message that acts of this nature will NOT be tolerated - bring back corporal punishment.
Corporal punishment? Whipping and caning people? That is what you are into is it?
[quote][p][bold]yet_another_one[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]rudolph_hucker[/bold] wrote: What a nutter. There's some real fruitcakes out there. Just looking at his crazy face makes me feel sick. I hope he is never released and kept heavily sedated for the rest of his life.[/p][/quote]Decapitating a fellow human being after repeatedly stabbing his victim is depravity beyond belief and reeks of a pre-meditation to me. This guy has committed MURDER, not manslaughter and this diminished responsibility thing is nothing more than bunkum - a cop out. So, what you're really saying is us British tax payers should foot the bill for his continued 'cloud cuckoo land existence' on medication until he dies of natural causes? Call my views extreme but he should, as some would say, be put out of his misery and 'dance on the end of a rope'. That goes for anybody else too, particularly those currently on trial at the Old Bailey for the barbaric killing Soldier Lee Rigby in Woolwich. Our politicians should back us, the general public by sending out a very clear message that acts of this nature will NOT be tolerated - bring back corporal punishment.[/p][/quote]Corporal punishment? Whipping and caning people? That is what you are into is it? Huey

10:42am Tue 3 Dec 13

Callie72 says...

oh i bet he will get off by the useless incompetent judges, oh the reasons of these sick people is i did it cause i was stressed at my job or some other feeble excuse then they are let off to commit further crimes. If he is locked up for life it will be a miracle.
oh i bet he will get off by the useless incompetent judges, oh the reasons of these sick people is i did it cause i was stressed at my job or some other feeble excuse then they are let off to commit further crimes. If he is locked up for life it will be a miracle. Callie72

1:35pm Tue 3 Dec 13

Dorset Logic says...

Vikki27 wrote:
rudolph_hucker wrote:
What a nutter. There's some real fruitcakes out there.
Just looking at his crazy face makes me feel sick.
I hope he is never released and kept heavily sedated for the rest of his life.
I'm not in any way condoning what he did, but dismissing people with mental health problems as 'a nutter' and 'a fruitcake' somewhat trivialises such problems. Like I said, I'm not saying everyone should think it's okay he did something so awful on the grounds of his paranoid schizophrenia, but by the same token, I think there should be at least some attempt at empathy towards the man who is ill.

I know a woman whose son has the same condition and although he is medicated and carefully monitored, he's able to be a functioning member of society. Writing someone off because of something they did under the influence of something they had no control over screams of ignorance and the lack of compassion and understanding that is endemic in society today.

Having said that, this man's condition is clearly unstable and I hope they keep him in a locked facility for a time relatable to his crime and for however long it takes before he is no longer any danger to himself or society. Something like this should never be allowed to happen.
No one is writing him off from society, he did that all by himself.
[quote][p][bold]Vikki27[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]rudolph_hucker[/bold] wrote: What a nutter. There's some real fruitcakes out there. Just looking at his crazy face makes me feel sick. I hope he is never released and kept heavily sedated for the rest of his life.[/p][/quote]I'm not in any way condoning what he did, but dismissing people with mental health problems as 'a nutter' and 'a fruitcake' somewhat trivialises such problems. Like I said, I'm not saying everyone should think it's okay he did something so awful on the grounds of his paranoid schizophrenia, but by the same token, I think there should be at least some attempt at empathy towards the man who is ill. I know a woman whose son has the same condition and although he is medicated and carefully monitored, he's able to be a functioning member of society. Writing someone off because of something they did under the influence of something they had no control over screams of ignorance and the lack of compassion and understanding that is endemic in society today. Having said that, this man's condition is clearly unstable and I hope they keep him in a locked facility for a time relatable to his crime and for however long it takes before he is no longer any danger to himself or society. Something like this should never be allowed to happen.[/p][/quote]No one is writing him off from society, he did that all by himself. Dorset Logic

4:13pm Tue 3 Dec 13

J.Traverton says...

yet_another_one wrote:
rudolph_hucker wrote: What a nutter. There's some real fruitcakes out there. Just looking at his crazy face makes me feel sick. I hope he is never released and kept heavily sedated for the rest of his life.
Decapitating a fellow human being after repeatedly stabbing his victim is depravity beyond belief and reeks of a pre-meditation to me. This guy has committed MURDER, not manslaughter and this diminished responsibility thing is nothing more than bunkum - a cop out. So, what you're really saying is us British tax payers should foot the bill for his continued 'cloud cuckoo land existence' on medication until he dies of natural causes? Call my views extreme but he should, as some would say, be put out of his misery and 'dance on the end of a rope'. That goes for anybody else too, particularly those currently on trial at the Old Bailey for the barbaric killing Soldier Lee Rigby in Woolwich. Our politicians should back us, the general public by sending out a very clear message that acts of this nature will NOT be tolerated - bring back corporal punishment.
Wow. You are a charmer.
1. Our concern and sympathies should be with the family and friends of those affected above all else.
2. Do not focus on other crimes, each crime is individual and has differing causes. making broad sweeping statements is just silly.
3.Saying that someone has a "crazy" face is disgusting. This man is mentally ill. It is not his choice. If you are going to complain that people must use mental health services at the cost of the tax payer then you may as well say you don't want to support the elderly, vulnerable, children or disabled people. The services are to provide support to societies most vulnerable. (and I will not debate issues of those who abuse the system - not relivant here). 1 in 4 people will go through a mental illness. Most pay their taxes and live safe and normal lives. Understand a mental illness before dismissing them as sick and crazy. Diminished responsibility is not a "bunkum". It is very difficult to get that accepted as a plea in court. This man was NOT in control of his actions and so the punishment and sentence reflect that. It is a failure of the system that allowed this man to be free when he should have been sectioned. Paranoid Schizophrenia is not a cop out. Most individuals once medicated and stable are not the same people as when they are ill. When they are as you so disgustingly put are on "cloud cuckoo land" they have no control, and they do not want to be there and have not got the capacity to understand their actions.
4. also - "reeking" of premeditation - this is irrelivant in a case of diminished responsibiilty. This man did not have the capacity to make cognitively appropriate choices - HENCE why he was meant to be sectioned. You want to blame someone, BLAME the health services for failing to section him and provide him care so he would not be a danger to anyone. This case is tragic all round: the man is not to blame, the victim is not to blame. The failure of the system is, and everyone involved is a victim to the horrific nature of this crime.

As long as newspapers and artlcles portray mental illness in a negative light without offering INFORMATION about illnesses then ignorant people like you will asssume to know better than the law, human rights and scientists looking to find TREATMENTS to these illnesses.
[quote][p][bold]yet_another_one[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]rudolph_hucker[/bold] wrote: What a nutter. There's some real fruitcakes out there. Just looking at his crazy face makes me feel sick. I hope he is never released and kept heavily sedated for the rest of his life.[/p][/quote]Decapitating a fellow human being after repeatedly stabbing his victim is depravity beyond belief and reeks of a pre-meditation to me. This guy has committed MURDER, not manslaughter and this diminished responsibility thing is nothing more than bunkum - a cop out. So, what you're really saying is us British tax payers should foot the bill for his continued 'cloud cuckoo land existence' on medication until he dies of natural causes? Call my views extreme but he should, as some would say, be put out of his misery and 'dance on the end of a rope'. That goes for anybody else too, particularly those currently on trial at the Old Bailey for the barbaric killing Soldier Lee Rigby in Woolwich. Our politicians should back us, the general public by sending out a very clear message that acts of this nature will NOT be tolerated - bring back corporal punishment.[/p][/quote]Wow. You are a charmer. 1. Our concern and sympathies should be with the family and friends of those affected above all else. 2. Do not focus on other crimes, each crime is individual and has differing causes. making broad sweeping statements is just silly. 3.Saying that someone has a "crazy" face is disgusting. This man is mentally ill. It is not his choice. If you are going to complain that people must use mental health services at the cost of the tax payer then you may as well say you don't want to support the elderly, vulnerable, children or disabled people. The services are to provide support to societies most vulnerable. (and I will not debate issues of those who abuse the system - not relivant here). 1 in 4 people will go through a mental illness. Most pay their taxes and live safe and normal lives. Understand a mental illness before dismissing them as sick and crazy. Diminished responsibility is not a "bunkum". It is very difficult to get that accepted as a plea in court. This man was NOT in control of his actions and so the punishment and sentence reflect that. It is a failure of the system that allowed this man to be free when he should have been sectioned. Paranoid Schizophrenia is not a cop out. Most individuals once medicated and stable are not the same people as when they are ill. When they are as you so disgustingly put are on "cloud cuckoo land" they have no control, and they do not want to be there and have not got the capacity to understand their actions. 4. also - "reeking" of premeditation - this is irrelivant in a case of diminished responsibiilty. This man did not have the capacity to make cognitively appropriate choices - HENCE why he was meant to be sectioned. You want to blame someone, BLAME the health services for failing to section him and provide him care so he would not be a danger to anyone. This case is tragic all round: the man is not to blame, the victim is not to blame. The failure of the system is, and everyone involved is a victim to the horrific nature of this crime. As long as newspapers and artlcles portray mental illness in a negative light without offering INFORMATION about illnesses then ignorant people like you will asssume to know better than the law, human rights and scientists looking to find TREATMENTS to these illnesses. J.Traverton

6:03pm Tue 3 Dec 13

Huey says...

Pretty hard to paint mental illness in a positive light when this is the result. Good luck with that one.
Pretty hard to paint mental illness in a positive light when this is the result. Good luck with that one. Huey

6:10pm Tue 3 Dec 13

old duffa says...

stop defending him,the nutter ,one less in bournemouth now,100s to go
stop defending him,the nutter ,one less in bournemouth now,100s to go old duffa

1:32pm Wed 4 Dec 13

J.Traverton says...

its not a defence. It is an attempt to get people to understand mental illness. if your too duimb to get that I dont care
its not a defence. It is an attempt to get people to understand mental illness. if your too duimb to get that I dont care J.Traverton

6:34pm Wed 4 Dec 13

spooki says...

"Mr Pascoe said the defendant had been released from the Huntley Mental Health Centre in London, where he was voluntarily receiving treatment, the day before a panel of professionals decided he should be sectioned." Why was he released if they were going to section him! And we're they stupid enough to tell him they were going to section him, expecting him to sit and wait for them?

Yes, I agree, anyone with mental problems should have help and some sympathy BUT this man was recognised to have serious issues yet they still let him out to carry on. So now we have a dead man, a suffering & grieving family, no doubt traumatised flatmates, friends and the neighbour who heard him pleading for his life.
No. Lock him up. He is not safe.
"Mr Pascoe said the defendant had been released from the Huntley Mental Health Centre in London, where he was voluntarily receiving treatment, the day before a panel of professionals decided he should be sectioned." Why was he released if they were going to section him! And we're they stupid enough to tell him they were going to section him, expecting him to sit and wait for them? Yes, I agree, anyone with mental problems should have help and some sympathy BUT this man was recognised to have serious issues yet they still let him out to carry on. So now we have a dead man, a suffering & grieving family, no doubt traumatised flatmates, friends and the neighbour who heard him pleading for his life. No. Lock him up. He is not safe. spooki

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