Murdered For Owning A £50,000 First Edition Book
According to a media report, a 51-year-old man has been convicted and jailed for life for stabbing to death a 42-year-old Art dealer for his rare copy of the book ‘The Wind in the Willows.’
Apparently, this evil man found himself with debts estimated to be £13,000, so he decided to draft a list of people he could rob from, and one of those people was the innocent Art dealer Adrian Greenwood.
It is unbelievable that one should get themselves in financial difficulty then decide that they were going to rob and murder people they believe are in possession of assets they can steal and sell.
To stab someone 16 times is cold, calculating and brutal. Although the perpetrators were given life with a recommendation that he serves 34-years before he could request parole, he should never be allowed to see outside of a prison.
We all have financial obligations, but we do not go around murdering others because we believe they have assets that we can pilfer to use to get yourself out of our debt problems.
Michael Danaher killed Adrian Greenwood out of pure greed, if he, were not caught, he would have been trawling the others on the list of celebrity persons that police found on his computer.
In my opinion, Michael Danaher is a cold, heartless, sorry excuse for a human and deserve to rot in prison.