Killer confessed to murder he carried out 38 years before because he was homeless

A homeless killer confessed to battering a man to death with a marble ashtray 38 years ago because he wanted the government to look after him in jail, a court heard. Irishman Christopher Ainscough, 50, was found dead in his home in Shoot-up Hill Court, Kilburn, northwest London with fatal head injuries. He was brutally murdered between 2 and 5 December 1983, but his attacker, Anthony Kemp, now 59, was never caught. Kemp, a career criminal, attacked the head waiter…

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