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The chilling moment laughing serial killer William Clyde Gibson tells Sir Trevor McDonald he has ‘no remorse’ for …

When Sir Trevor McDonald came face-to-face with William Clyde Gibson, he must have been left chilled to the bone.

Because the serial killer – who murdered three women in cold blood – showed absolutely no remorse for the killings.

He’s on death row for the mutilation murders, but he laughed when talking to McDonald about his horrific crimes.

And the grinning murderer, from South Indiana, admitted: “I could kill a person and go out to dinner, I don’t care.”

William Clyde Gibson laughed as he discussed his crimes
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Sir Trevor McDonald visited him on death row
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In the latest series of ITV’s Crime and Punishment, McDonald tried to understand why grinning

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Chilling moment serial killer William Clyde Gibson laughs as he tells Sir Trevor McDonald his brutal mutilation …

A SERIAL killer laughed in Sir Trevor McDonald’s face as he claimed not to be affected by his brutal mutilation murders, saying: “I could kill a person and then just go out for dinner”.

William Clyde Gibson, from South Indiana, is on death row for murdering three women in cold blood.

 Serial killer William Clyde Gibson laughs when asked if he has humanity
Serial killer William Clyde Gibson laughs when asked if he has humanity

In the latest series of ITV’s Crime and Punishment, presenter Trevor McDonald confronts Gibson about the killings in prison.

When asked why he killed his first victim, Karen Hodella, he said simply: “I just felt like it.”

He added: “I didn’t have to have a reason.

“Everybody thinks when you do the type of stuff I did, people automatically think it’s because you had a bad childhood.

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Multiple Informants Expected To Vie For Rewards In Case Of Serial Killer William Devin Howell

Multiple individuals are expected to try and claim three $50,000 rewards for providing information that led to the conviction of serial killer William Devin Howell in a process that authorities say could lead to a court battle.

Claimants must submit an application to New Britain State’s Attorney Brian Preleski by March 31, Preleski wrote in a notice posted in the Connecticut Law Journal this month. He said Tuesday that several attorneys have inquired about the process although no applications had been submitted yet.

“I would think there will be several claims made,” Preleski said. “If more than one person puts in a claim, then it will be up to the judge to make a determination on who gets the reward.”

Superior Court Judge Joan Alexander, who in November sentenced Howell to six consecutive life sentences with no possibility of parole, would hear the claims.

Multiple Informants Expected to Vie For Rewards In Case Of Serial Killer William Devin Howell

Multiple individuals are expected to try and claim three $50,000 rewards for providing information that led to the conviction of serial killer William Devin Howell in a process that authorities say could lead to a court battle.

Claimants must submit an application to New Britain State’s Attorney Brian Preleski by March 31, Preleski wrote in a notice posted in the Connecticut Law Journal this month. He said Tuesday that several attorneys have inquired about the process although no applications had been submitted yet.

“I would think there will be several claims made,” said Preleski. “If more than one person puts in a claim, then it will be up to the judge to make a determination on who gets the reward.’

Superior Court Judge Joan Alexander, who in November sentenced Howell to six consecutive life sentences with no possibility of parole, would hear the claims.

Accused serial killer William Reece charged in death of 20-year-old Texas woman – KTRK

A Texas man suspected in the cold-case killings of two women and two girls 20 years ago now faces four murder charges.

William Lewis Reece, charged in the deaths of 19-year-old Tiffany Johnston, 17-year-old Jessica Cain and 12-year-old Laura Smither, has now been indicted for capital murder in the kidnapping and killing of 20-year-old Kelli Cox. Her remains were discovered outside Houston and identified last year.

Reece was already serving a 60-year prison sentence in Texas for kidnapping when he led police to graves where Cain and Cox’s remains were found.

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Accused serial killer William Reece charged in death of 20-year-old … – KTRK

A Texas man suspected in the cold-case killings of two women and two girls 20 years ago now faces four murder charges.

William Lewis Reece, charged in the deaths of 19-year-old Tiffany Johnston, 17-year-old Jessica Cain and 12-year-old Laura Smither, has now been indicted for capital murder in the kidnapping and killing of 20-year-old Kelli Cox. Her remains were discovered outside Houston and identified last year.

Reece was already serving a 60-year prison sentence in Texas for kidnapping when he led police to graves where Cain and Cox’s remains were found.

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Serial Killer William Devin Howell Gets Life in Prison – People

The Connecticut serial killer who drove a “murder mobile” and buried his victims in what he called “his garden” was sentenced on Friday to life in prison for his crimes, PEOPLE confirms.

New Britain, Connecticut, Superior Court Judge Joan K. Alexander handed down the six life terms — or 360 years in prison — for William Devin Howell, a court clerk tells PEOPLE.

Howell, a drifter who is believed to be the most prolific killer in Connecticut history, pleaded guilty in September to murdering six people in 2003, the Associated Press reports.

His victims, whom he killed over a six-month period, were identified as Melanie Ruth Camilini, Diane Cusack, Marilyn Mendez Gonzalez, Joyvaline Martinez, Mary Jane Menard, Danny Lee Whistnant.

At the time of his arrest, Howell was already serving a 15-year prison sentence for manslaughter in the death of a seventh victim, Nilsa Arizmendi, who disappeared in July 2003 from a grocery store

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Serial Killer William Devin Howell To Be Sentenced Friday

Serial killer William Devin Howell is scheduled to be sentenced Friday to six life terms in prison for the murders of six people whose bodies he dumped in his “garden” behind a New Britain strip mall.

He will have no possibility of being released from prison.

Howell entered guilty pleas Sept. 8 before New Britain Superior Court Judge Joan K. Alexander, who will sentence him Friday. The hearing is scheduled for 2 p.m.

Family and friends of Howell’s victims are expected to address the judge and describe the pain and loss they and their families have endured.

American serial killer William ‘Wild Bill’ Holbert and ex-wife jailed in Panama

William Dathan Holbert, nicknamed Wild Bill, was sentenced to 47 years in prison for the killings in the Bocas del Toro archipelago in Panama.

His former wife, Laura Reese, was given a 26-year jail term for her part in the deaths.

An investigation began after the bodies of two adults were found buried in the grounds of a hostel owned by Holbert in August 2010.

The discovery sparked a manhunt and Holbert and his then-wife were arrested in Nicaragua, several weeks later.

A further search of the hostel revealed the bodies of a man, a woman and a child.

At the time, prosecutors said Holbert had confessed to the killings, explaining “what he did, how he did it and why he did it”.

In 2007, Holbert murdered Mike Brown, a US ex-pat who was trying to sell his home.

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Experts: William Reece fits ‘serial killer’ profile – KTRK

A Texas man suspected in the cold-case killings of two women and two girls 20 years ago fits the profile of a serial killer because he chose his victims by gender and age, and derived pleasure from the control he exerted over them before they died, criminal experts and law enforcement officials said Friday.

William Lewis Reece, 58, is charged in the deaths of 19-year-old Tiffany Johnston, 17-year-old Jessica Cain and 12-year-old Laura Smither.

Reece also is suspected, but not charged, in the death of 20-year-old Kelli Cox, whose remains were discovered outside Houston and identified last year. Reece was already serving a 60-year prison sentence in Texas for kidnapping when he led police to graves where Cain and Cox’s remains were found.

All four victims disappeared over a four-month period in 1997. Johnston was from Oklahoma, while the three others were from Texas.

Oklahoma prosecutors announced Thursday they would seek the death penalty

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