How Police Caught Georgina Edmonds’ Killer
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How police caught Georgina Edmonds’ killer

Pensioner Georgina Edmonds was found dead in her home at Brambridge near Eastleigh, Hampshire, in 2008.

She had been beaten, stabbed, hit over the head and apparently tortured for her bank card PIN.

The police effort to bring her killer to justice became only the seventh double jeopardy case in British history.

Matthew Hamlen, 37, from Bishopstoke, was convicted in 2016 after a second murder trial.

(Warning: Contains some violent scenes and some scenes which viewers may find upsetting.)

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