A Scots killer’s autobiography is being released online for the public to read – despite a government ban. Dennis Nilsen from Aberdeen, 67yrs,he is serving life in prison for murdering six young men and attempting to kill two others between 70s and 80s.
He has been trying for the last 10 years for the right to get his gory memoirs made into a book.
But it has been repeatedly banned by the authorities, including former Home Secretary David Blunkett and the European Court of Human Rights, who claim the lurid details would be distressing to the victims’ families.
Now extracts from the book he wrote in 1996 have mysteriously been uploaded online for the public to read.
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