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In the video | Drunk, a killer returns to the scene of the attack and reluctantly incriminates himself

In the video |  Drunk, a killer returns to the scene of the attack and reluctantly incriminates himself

A British man was sentenced to 26 years in prison on Tuesday for murder.

Marek Hecko, 26, from Chelmsford, Essex, was murdered after stabbing Adrian Ellingford, 44, to death in bed with his ex-girlfriend.

Adrian, married with two children, was stabbed twice in the back at his home in Nelson Grove on July 25, 2022.

Hours later, a body camera worn by an Essex policeman monitoring the crime scene captured Mr Hecko walking back into the neighborhood intoxicated.

With a half-empty bottle of cognac in hand, the man appeared to be drunk.

In the video, police officer Mr. He asks Heko to reveal his identity, which he refuses to do.

But the man is no less eloquent for all that, and at the same time is immediately proud of “what happened.”

“I need to find out what happened. If you don’t have me, you don’t know what happened,” he adds.

When the policeman asked him to clarify his intention, Mr. Hecko replied, “I know that a man came here, and that he possessed another man.”

The policeman is still mr. Hecko calls on him to explain himself further, and when he repeats that he knows what happened, he admits an accusation: “You’ll think of me, but it won’t be me, because ‘there’s no evidence.’

Then he said, “I know everything. This city is mine.”

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As uniformed officers work to get the suspect into a police van, Mr. The recording ends with Hecko’s arrest.

While in police custody, Hecko was identified as the prime suspect in Mr Ellingford’s murder.

Prosecutors say the suspect was in a relationship with Stephanie Bream for seven months before they broke up in May.

Ms Bream then began dating Mr Ellingford, who is married and has two sons, aged 10 and 12.

BBC News reported that on the night of the murder, Mr Ellingford was at Ms Bream’s house when she woke up in bed to find someone in the house.

Moments later, the man collapsed on the bedroom floor with a knife in his back.

He died on the spot from two stab wounds.

Mr. During Hecko’s sentencing, the victim’s widow explained that her husband’s death had devastated the family.

“He was brutally removed from our lives in events that I still cannot comprehend to myself or explain to our boys,” she said.

The jury took less than a day to return a guilty verdict.

Mr Hecko, who appeared in court without emotion, was sentenced to a minimum of 26 years in prison.