'Wide staring eyes' of a slasher: Chilling CCTV shows knife-man wandering the aisles in Asda moments before slitting throat of salesman, 19, in random attack - as he's jailed for nearly 11 years for attempted murder

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'Wide staring eyes' of a slasher: Chilling CCTV shows knife-man wandering the aisles in Asda moments before slitting throat of salesman, 19, in random attack - as he's jailed for nearly 11 years for attempted murder

Post by HoratioTarr on Fri Nov 16, 2018 1:07 pm

Colin Clarkson slashed teenager's throat in 'random' attack outside an Asda
He then walked into the supermarket and began eating packet of raspberries
CCTV captured the aftermath and witnesses said he had 'wide, staring eyes'
He admitted attempted murder and was jailed at Hull Crown Court

The 19-year-old victim - a salesman working with a colleague for First Utility, needed 26 stitches following the incident on July 18.

Jeremy Evans, prosecuting, told Hull Crown Court that it was a 'random attack'.

At about 5.30pm, Clarkson spoke briefly to the salesman and asked him: 'Is this tough going?'

The man told him that he enjoyed his work and had received plenty of interest.

Clarkson then reached into his back pocket, pulled out a kitchen knife with a five-inch serrated blade, grabbed him around the neck and slashed his throat.

The two salesmen fled into the supermarket and raised the alarm.

The court heard Clarkson put the knife in his back pocket and walked to the fresh produce area where he sat down cross-legged, reached for some fruit and calmly ate it.

He had 'wide, staring eyes' and said: 'I have just killed somebody.'




https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-6397301/Chilling-CCTV-shows-knife-man-moments-slashed-mans-throat.html
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Post by HoratioTarr on Fri Nov 16, 2018 1:08 pm

Clearly got mental health issues. The care in the community often fails miserably. I'm not sure what the world is coming too. You have to have your wits about you these days, that's for sure.
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