Suzy Lamplugh's murder suspects John Cannan of being annoyed with police officers examining him in the groaning prison letter

Suzy Lamplugh's murder suspects John Cannan of being annoyed with police officers examining him in the groaning prison letter

SUZY Lamplugh Murder suspect John Cannan has written a self-pitying letter from bars in which he ridicules the cops with terrible clues to his bloody past.

The arrogant sex killer, who is behind bars for the rape and murder of another woman, claims the police "murder" his character.

    John Cannan is the prime suspect in the disappearance and murder of Suzy Lamplugh

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John Cannan is the prime suspect in the disappearance and murder of Suzy Lamplugh

And he adds in the crowning note, seen from the Sunday Mirror and passed on to the cops, that he feels "deeply excited" by a continuing dig in his mother's former home.

The 64-year-old Cannan said he even wanted to "tumble off the building" after hearing about the fresh police probe.

He writes, "At the time when I was living in the shadows of my activities because of the activities I was doing, you are not taking anything.

"Quite strange, the reality of my life is so much more interesting, but it was buried."

    The estate agent Suzy Lamplugh, 25, disappeared after meeting a customer named only Mr. Kipper in 1986

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The estate agent Suzy Lamplugh, 25, disappeared after meeting a customer named only Mr. Kipper in 1986
A shocking video shows how the murderer of Suzy Lamplugh of John Cannan was interviewed by the police

Cannan denied involvement in the disappearance of the 25-year-old estate agent Suzy in 1986.

She disappeared after leaving her office to show a property in Fulham, southwest London, to a customer known only as Mr. Kipper.

Just days before Suzy disappeared, Cannan was released from prison on the day he was released.

But his note from HMP Full Sutton, York, says he is "powerless" to defend himself.

He writes: "The police murder of me has deeply shocked me. Worse, I am unable to respond, so I feel powerless. "

Last week, The Sun revealed on Sunday that bombings of police bomb interviews were being exposed, as Cannan was asked blankly, "What did you do with your body?".

    Suzy was abducted in 1986 and declared dead in 1994, probably murdered
Suzy was abducted in 1986 and declared dead in 1994, probably murdered

The 18-hour VHS tapes were found in a garbage dump.

Their discovery took place in Sutton, southwest London as the police continued to dig up the garden of his mother's old home in Sutton Coldfield, West Mids.

At one point in the tapes, Cannan admits, "I've committed crimes, I've done a lot of things wrong in my life, things that make me believe I'm truly sorry, a thing or two I do not even catch has been."

Another time Cannan asks for a comb and says, standing in front of a mirror that straightens his hair: "I have to look awful."

The videos are clearly labeled John Cannan and come from Operation Phoebus the Met – a re-examination of the Lamplugh Falls in 2000.

They were handed over to the sun on Sunday by a concerned audience.

    The Sun on Sunday exclusively received footage of Suzy Lamplugh's suspect John Cannan during a police quiz on 18-hour VHS tapes

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The Sun on Sunday exclusively received footage of Suzy Lamplugh's suspect John Cannan during a police quiz on 18-hour VHS tapes

The fact that the tapes seem to have been dumped raises further questions about parts of the police investigation.

The Sun earlier revealed that lead detective Malcolm Hackett failed with Suzy's adoptive mother Diana because he believed she was behind media reports linking Cannan to Suzy.

The detective superintendent was so annoyed at her request to question Cannan that he had failed to properly interview him, put him in ID ranks, or check his alibi for the day Suzy had disappeared.

Retired Det Supt Jim Dickie, who led Operation Phoebus, said to the tapes, "I find it unbelievable that they were found this way.

"There has obviously been a serious security breach."

    The police continue to search the house owned by Cannan's mother

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The police continue to search the house owned by Cannan's mother

Mr. Dickie developed the interview strategy and watched the grill dishes from an adjacent room on television.

Former car salesman Cannan was sentenced to three life imprisonments, with the recommendation that he not be released in October 1987 for the murder of Shirley Banks in Bristol.

He was also detained for the alleged kidnapping of Julia Holman the previous night and the rape of a woman in Reading a year earlier.

He is also a suspect in killing Bournemouth Insurance employee Sandra Court.

He was interviewed in December 2000 at the Hammersmith Police Station in West London for three days after being taken from Full Sutton, Yorkshire.

Further interviews were later conducted at a police station in Yorkshire.

Mr. Dickie said Cannan behaved "like his usual arrogant self."

    Police are searching for the remains of Suzy Lamplugh at Sutton Coldfield, West Midlands

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Police are searching for the remains of Suzy Lamplugh at Sutton Coldfield, West Midlands

He said, "By that time, he had gained a lot of weight and his body language was very arrogant at first.

"He tried to do the interviews. Our strategy was to let him speak and to make his contribution in the beginning. But his whole behavior changed when we presented the evidence to him and he felt uncomfortable.

"He did not really answer the questions and looked like he wished he was somewhere else. He tried to move the interviews tangentially.

"He was finally taught that he had murdered Suzy and he was asked what he did to her body. There was no explanation. "

    Piles of earth can be seen digging in the garden as a police forensic scientist

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Piles of earth can be seen digging in the garden as a police forensic scientist

Privately educated Cannan first told Detectives, "I do not really understand that, because things are up to date, which is otherwise. Mrs. Lamplugh thinks I did it.

"I invited Ms. Lamplugh to come to Frankland Prison to question me.

"I said I'll take a polygraph test, the Truth Therapy, I'll do anything anyone wants me to do."

He tells Det Chief Insp. Stuart Ault, "Ms. Lamplugh thinks I killed her daughter. Not me. "

At one point, he is offered water and he jokes, "Is there something to it?"

During the interrogation, Mr. Ault continues to Cannan: "This is about the detection and elimination of suspects. , , and I want to talk to you about ambiguity in three interviews that you conducted in 1988, 89 and 90.

"As part of this review, new evidence has emerged as to why you are here."

A shocking video shows Suzy Lamplugh exposing suspect John Cannan in "scary dating video" before his young wife's murder

Cannan is told that three copies of the tapes will be made and one will be provided for him and his legal team.

Cannon politely tells officers that he does not want to talk to them, moans about his treatment, and claims the police leaked details of previous investigations.

When Cannan visibly loses control for the first time, he raises his voice. He tells DCI Ault, "Sir, I do not trust you. I think you are doubtful.

"I'm not saying it's you, I'm not saying that you're personal, I think something is going wrong."

When Mr. Ault interrupts, Cannan shoots back, "Let me finish, I'm not quite finished, not quite. You are not involved in a persecution, you are involved in a persecution. "

Following the end of Operation Phoebus, the Crown Prosecution Service decided there was insufficient evidence to prosecute Cannan.

However, in November 2002, the Met took the unusual step of naming him as their prime suspect for Suzy's murder.

She disappeared on July 28, 1986 after meeting a client named Mr. Kipper to show him two properties in Fulham, southwest London.

Homeowner Phillip Carey talks about Suzy Lamplugh's death when police raid the house he bought from suspect John Cannan's mother


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