Case Study: IT WAS A STUFF-Up

495 Words2 Pages
IT WAS A STUFF-UP: Cops admit releasing sex game killer a mistake Save this story to read laterby: By AAP From: AAP January 04, 2012 12:45PM Increase Text Size Decrease Text Size Print Email Share Add to Digg Add to Add to Facebook Add to Kwoff Add to Myspace Add to Newsvine What are these? Trent Jennings stabbed lover in neck in 2003 Manhunt after he vanishes from psychiatric ward Police admit he should not have been on day release .. Trent Jennings had been on the run from a secure psychiatric hospital. Picture: NSW Police Source: Supplied Start of sidebar. Skip to end of sidebar. Recommended Coverage. .Girls assault Sydney woman and steal car TWO girls have allegedly assaulted a woman and stolen…show more content…
A warrant was issued for his arrest after police wanted to question him in relation to an assault in the Sydney suburb of Zetland. At about 7pm (AEDT) on December 29, a 50-year-old Zetland man was allegedly assaulted and his Mercedes four-wheel-drive was stolen from his home. The alleged thief was someone whom the man had met online, police said. The NSW Supreme Court was told in 2005 that Jennings had stabbed Giuseppe Vitale in the neck with a kitchen knife after being tied up during a sexual liaison with the man, whom he had met through the internet. He was found not guilty of murdering Giuseppe Vitale on grounds of mental illness in 2005 by the NSW Supreme Court. The court was told Jennings suffered a psychotic illness that was precipitated or aggravated by illicit drug use. He had taken three or four ecstasy tablets in the hour before meeting Mr Vitale, as well as an intravenous shot of amphetamines. Jennings told a police psychiatrist that after he had tied up Mr Vitale as part of their foreplay he heard voices saying that Mr Vitale was going to rape

More about Case Study: IT WAS A STUFF-Up

Open Document