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Joanna Dennehy

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It is said that the apple does not fall far from the tree, which means that a person is usually not that different from his parents.

Shianne Treanor, the 21-year-old daughter of notorious serial killer Joanna Dennehy, who is currently serving a life sentence for killing three men and injuring two others, says there are exceptions. She is one of them.

“I’m not her,” she said on “Living With a Serial Killer,” which premiered on Oxygen on Wednesday April 14 at 9 / 8c. “I’ll never be her.”

In March 2013, Joanna Dennehy fatal fury emerged with the discovery of the body of property manager Kevin Lee, 48, in Peterborough, 100 miles north of London. The day before, his wife had reported his disappearance with the family’s blue van.

Lee’s vehicle, which had been set on fire, was five miles from where a dog handler tripped over Lee’s body in a ditch. Lee had been stabbed five times, wore a women’s cocktail dress, and appeared to have been sexually assaulted.

The investigation quickly led to one of Lee’s associates, Gary Stretch, 46, who was caught in a gas station security video of Lee’s car. Stretch was with a woman identified as Joanna Dennehy, 36, one of Lee’s tenants.

When investigators searched for Stretch and Joanna Dennehy, police learned that two other men had been stabbed multiple times while walking their dogs 140 kilometers away in Hereford. Victims Robin Bereza, 63, and John Rogers, 56, survived their injuries. One of them told investigators the assailant was a woman with a star tattoo on her face. Joanna Dennehy was known as a star thanks to a tattoo on her cheek.

Witnesses to the fierce attacks on the dog handlers told authorities Dennehy walked away from the scene laughing and laughing, according to “Living With a Serial Killer.”

Dennehy and Stretch were soon arrested and taken into custody.

At this point, Treanor hadn’t seen his mother for four years. He told the producers he was wondering, “Why isn’t he here?” Because I’m not good enough ”

Her mother’s arrest caused feelings of fear, anger and anguish.

“I cried so hard I didn’t have enough to cry… I lost all my senses and fell to the floor crying,” Treanor said. The first thing I said was, “Am I going to become her?” It will be me ”

Treanor also admitted that, even as a child, she knew her mother was both defiant and skillfully manipulative with men.

After Dennehy’s arrest, she was immediately sent for a mental exam, which prevented police from questioning her for 10 days. They used this time to delve into Dennehy’s background and found out that he was having sex with Lee.

As the investigation continued, they also discovered that the bodies of two men had been found in a trench five miles from Lee. The murders became known as the Peterborough Trench Murders.

Using fingerprints, detectives identified the victims as delivery men Lukasz Slaboszewski, 31, and John Chapman, 56, a shot widower who lived in one of Lee’s homes. Police discovered that they had been killed a few days before Lee.

An anonymous witness quickly came forward and told police that Dennehy bragged about the murder of these victims. He had stabbed Slaboszewski in the heart and killed him with the help of Stretch and killed Chapman in his sleep.

Investigators discovered that Stretch and Dennehy, who compared their actions to those of Bonnie and Clyde, used a stolen camera to record their crime. In one haunting image, Dennehy holds a huge dagger in his hand and sticks out his tongue as if to lick the blade.

On April 12, investigators were granted permission to interview Dennehy, who had been diagnosed with paraphilic sadomasochism. Asked about the stab wounds, he replied, “No comment.”

Despite his silence, the police had already started a difficult trial against him. The main concern of the authorities was for Dennehy to declare insanity. Instead, on November 18, 2013, he surprised everyone, including his own legal team, by pleading guilty to three murders and two attempted murders.

That way he was able to gain even more prominence and take control, criminologist Dr Casey Jordan said on “Living with a Serial Killer”.

However, Stretch pleaded not guilty. His trial went as planned. During the trial, it emerged that after Dennehy killed Chapman, supposedly a British line