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UK News Serial killer Dennis Nilsen dies aged 72

00:40  13 may  2018
00:40  13 may  2018 Source:   pressassociation.com

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Serial killer Dennis Nilsen , who admitted killing at least 15 people in the 1970s and 1980s, has died in prison. The 72 -year-old was jailed for life in 1983, with a recommendation he serve at least 25 years. The former civil servant murdered and dismembered several of his victims, most of them homeless

Serial killer Dennis Nilsen , who admitted killing at least 15 people in the 1970s and 1980s, has died in prison. The 72 -year-old was jailed for life in 1983, with a The Prison Service said Nilsen , who was born in Fraserburgh in Aberdeenshire, died at HMP Full Sutton near York. The death of Nilsen will be

Dennis Nilsen (right) has died behind bars aged 72 (PA) © Provided by The Press Association Dennis Nilsen (right) has died behind bars aged 72 (PA)

Dennis Nilsen, one of Britain’s most infamous serial killers, has died behind bars at the age of 72.

The Prison Service confirmed the man who became known as the Muswell Hill Murderer had passed away at HMP Full Sutton on Saturday, 34 years into his life sentence.

It is believed he died from natural causes.

During the late 1970s and early 1980s, Nilsen carried out a murderous spree of near-unparalleled savagery.

He is believed to have killed as many as 15 young men, most of them homeless homosexuals, at his north London home.

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Strangler of 15 young men at two London addresses had been behind bars for past 35 years.

Dennis Nilsen , one of Britain’s most infamous serial killers , has died behind bars at the age of 72 . The Prison Service confirmed the man who became known as the Muswell Hill Murderer had Pupils 'blacked up' and dressed as 'slaves' for school leaver photoIt is believed he died from natural causes.

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.   (Photo by PA Images via Getty Images) © Getty 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. (Photo by PA Images via Getty Images) After luring his victims to their death, Nilsen would often sit with their corpses for days before dismembering them.

His warped crimes were only detected by chance – when a drain outside his home on Cranley Gardens, Muswell Hill, became blocked by the human remains he had tried to flush away.

He was jailed for life with a recommendation he serve a minimum of 25 years in 1983, on six counts of murder and two of attempted murder.

A spokesman for the Prison Service said: “Dennis Andrew Nilsen, date of birth November 23 1945, died in custody at HMP Full Sutton on Saturday, May 12 2018.

“As with all deaths in custody, there will be an independent investigation by the Prisons and Probation Ombudsman.”

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