Chilling words of murderer moments after he stabbed neighbour to death

A man who stabbed and killed his neighbour told police that killing people “isn't always a bad thing” during his arrest.

Jamie Crosbie, 48, had stabbed 41-year-old Dean Allsop 17 times.

He did it because of a row over a motorbike Crosbie had been working on that Allsop's son had allegedly touched.

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For some reason, this made him launch into a frenzied attack on the man, stabbing him to death.

Having been found guilty of murder this week, video footage from the father-of-three's arrest by Norfolk Police was revealed.

And it showed him less-than-sorry for his actions.

In the video, upon hearing he was being arrested for murder, he said: “That makes me happy, that’s a good thing, that’s the best news I ever heard.

“Killing people isn't always a bad thing.”

Shockingly, he also injured two women – Mr Allsop's partner Louise and friend Kerryn Johnson who had come out to try to save the man from his attacker.

He was, however, cleared of attempted murder.

The incident took place on April 14, just after 8.15pm.

He admitted manslaughter by reason of diminished responsibility but denied murder during this week's court case.

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Senior investigating officer Detective Chief Inspector Phill Gray said: “This was a cold-blooded attack by a man intent on causing extreme harm to others.

“Dean suffered 17 stab wounds to his body, some of which were inflicted when he was lying face-down and motionless.

“Crosbie’s savage attack didn’t stop there; he stabbed two people who had come to help Dean, one suffering an arterial bleed to her neck.

“Crosbie is an extremely violent man who has no place in society, and we welcome the jury’s verdict today.”

He was also convicted of possessing a knife and criminal damage over a separate incident in 2018.

He will be sentenced later this year.

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