Vincent Tabak: Where is Joanna Yeates killer Vincent Tabak now? | TV & Radio | Showbiz & TV | #childabductors

They also argued he had attempted to implicate Jefferies in the murder.

In his defence, Tabak claimed the killing was not sexually motivated and he had killed Yeates when he tried to silence her, after she screamed when he tried to kiss her.

In a report by the BBC, Tabak denied suggestions of a struggle in court and tried to dispose of Yeates body in “state of panic.”

He is allegedly serving his 20-year sentence at HM Prison, Wakefield.

HM Prison Wakefield is a Category A men’s prison in West Yorkshire, England.
Wakefield prison is also known as ‘Monster Mansion’ due to the high number of high-profile murders and sex offenders held there.

Notable current inmates include Ian Watkins, the former lead singer and lyricist of Lostprophets, who was convicted of several sex offences and Mark Bridger who murdered 5-year-old April Jones in 2013.

Former inmates include Ian Huntley, Dr Harold Shipman and Colin Ireland.

In March 2015, Tabak pleaded guilty to possessing more than 100 indecent images of children and was sentenced to 10 months in prison, to run concurrently with his existing life sentence for the murder of Yeates.

The Lost Honour of Christopher Jefferies concludes tonight at 9pm on ITV

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