CCTV of murdered Paige Doherty’s final moments shows evil killer John Leathem dumping Clydebank teen’s body after stabbing her 61 times
Evil John Leathem was nailed as her killer and caged for life in 2016 thanks to a catalogue of damning CCTV images. The monster, who was 32 when he was caged, initially denied knowing Paige – even telling police he was positive they wouldn’t find any of her blood in his sandwich shop days after brutally murdering her in a ten-minute bloodbath. The killer’s frenzied knife attack in Delicious Deli in Clydebank left the schoolgirl with 146 knife wounds after being stabbed 61 times. Her battered body was found two days later in a wooded area next to Glasgow’s busy Great Western Road in a sickening crime which shocked Scotland. The cop who led the hunt for her murderer said the monster was damned by catalogue of evidence which was all caught on camera.
He originally denied knowing the teen when contacted by one of his staff on behalf of Paige’s worried mum. He later revealed she had been in the deli to buy a roll that morning. News Group Newspapers Ltd. After her body was found he was quizzed by police about her murder. Paige Doherty’s dad ‘dies of broken heart’ two years after Clydebank teen was stabbed to death 61 times in deli by evil John Leathem.
Ten minutes later, Leathem was caught on camera putting her body in the boot of his car , with chilling CCTV showing her foot with a white sock on sticking out from the bin bag he wrapped her in. The killer was snared thanks to the following CCTV footage, which helped police catch Leathem.
London stabbings: CCTV shows moment 15-year-old Jay Hughes knifed to death on street
Jay Hughes died in hospital after being attacked in Bellingham, southeast London, last Thursday. Police are yet to make any arrests over one of the latest violent incidents on the streets of the capital, and those keen to see someone held responsible for the death have tried to force the issue by releasing CCTV images. According to his aunt Rochelle, Jay wanted to become a cartoonist and loved riding his mountain bike. Jay was among five people to have been stabbed to death in London in the space of a week, bringing the total number of murders in the city this year to 118. On Sunday, Ayodeji Habeeb Azeez suffered multiple stab wounds after an attack in Anerley, south London.
Three people have been arrested in connection with the murder, including a 16-year-old girl. Rocky Djelal, 38, died after a daylight attack in Rotherhithe, southeast London, on Wednesday 31 October, and 17-year-old Malcolm Mide-Madariola was stabbed outside Clapham South Tube station on Friday 2 November. John Ogunjobi, 16, was stabbed to death in Tulse Hill, south London on Monday. Metropolitan Police Commander Stuart Cundy announced earlier this week that hundreds of extra police officers would be deployed as a result of the recent spate of attacks. Mr Cundy also revealed that the force’s violent crime task force have carried out more than 21,000 weapons searches since April, seizing hundreds of guns and knives.
John Macris: CCTV emerges of assassination of gangster in Greece
The publication chose only to publish parts of the footage but explained that Mr Macris had just got into his car when the shooter approached. Mr Macris emerged from the car and tried to escape but the assassin followed him and kept shooting. Police say Mr Macris was shot four times with a 9mm handgun and died at the scene. Mr Macris was once the target of an alleged murder plot in Sydney. Macris had been involved in Sydney’s organised crime scene.
Media reports say Macris relocated to Greece to avoid the warrant. Macris had a feud with the family of high-profile Sydney nightclub owner John Ibrahim over a nightclub business partnership. Two of Ibrahim’s brothers, Fadi and Michael, were charged with conspiring to murder Macris in 2009. Police alleged the brothers mistakenly believed Macris was behind the near-fatal shooting of Fadi in 2009. The arrests were made before the alleged plot targeting Macris was executed.
Sydney criminal lawyer Brett Galloway described Mr Macris in Sydney as a small-time drug dealer with aspirations to become a big-time gangster. Mr Galloway said he represented Mr Macris in court about a dozen times, mostly on charges relating to modest quantities of illicit drugs.
Corrie McKeague’s mum says new CCTV shows missing RAF airman ‘is not in landfill and never was’
The gunner was 23-years-old when he vanished two years ago, with police believing he fell asleep in a skip before being crushed in a rubbish lorry and taken to the dump. Mum Nicola Urquhart today claimed CCTV of the area in Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk, showed Corrie just after the bin lorry left. Corrie was last seen at 3.25am after a night out in Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk, on September 24 2016. The missing man’s dad Martin McKeague has previously said he doesn’t believe Corrie is still missing, and has instead accepted the theory his son fell asleep in a skip. It is believed Scots-born RAF gunner Corrie climbed into the bin after a drunken night on the town, fell asleep and was taken away to a waste tip.
A typical bin of waste would be between 20kg and 30kg – but one container weighed 116kg. The search for Corrie included two searches of a landfill site in Milton, Cambs. The most likely scenario is that Corrie McKeague unfortunately went into the bin which was emptied into the Biffa lorry and consequently ended up in the waste process. We have come to this conclusion based on all of the evidence we have available to us, and not just the weight of the bin.