Accused killer of Rikki Neave sobs: ‘I’m a complete a***hole’

The accused killer of Rikki Neave told a court  ‘I don’t know what the true events are.’ James Watson, 40, allegedly strangled six-year-old Rikki in a Peterborough wood in November 1994, before stripping and posing his body in a ‘star shape’. He was arrested in April 2016 after sophisticated technology found a ‘definitive match’ between his DNA profile and samples taken from Rikki’s clothing under a new investigation into the case. Watson told jurors did not know now if he…

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