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09 July 2020 20:31

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Chilling moment Raoul Moat vows to 'kill member of the public' to air for first time

EVIL gunman Raoul Moat went on a mission to kill in July 2010, killing his ex-girlfriend's partner Chris Brown and injuring two others. 2 Chris Brown was a karate instructor murdered by gunman Raoul Moat Credit: PA:Press Association Chris Brown was a karate instructor murdered by gunman Raoul Moat. Brown was the new boyfriend of Samantha Stobbart, Moat's ex-girlfriend. The 29-year-old had met Samantha Stobbart after moving from Berkshire to Tyneside to start a new life. 2 Brown was living in a flat in Gateshead, and met Samantha while promoting his martial arts classes Credit: Enterprise News and Pictures Raoul Moat was released from prison on July 1 2010 after serving an 18-week sentence for assault.

Two days later, he Moat tracked Samantha Stobbart to a house in Gateshead where she was staying with new partner Brown. Most read in UK News DEPP'S DEN Shock new pics show Depp passed out and his breakfast of cocaine & whisky Latest WRITING ON WALL Depp wrote 'I love U' in BLOOD with finger stump after 'throttling Amber' DEPP BOMBSHELL Depp admits 'accidentally' HEADBUTTING Amber in face in trashed LA penthouse Live Blog Covid latest Coronavirus UK LIVE: All the latest as lockdown restrictions are eased again SECRET MILLIONAIRE Mystery Lotto winner has just HOURS to claim £1m prize before losing it DEATH THREAT Chilling clip of Raoul Moat saying he'll 'kill innocents' heard for 1st time His girlfriend Samantha Stobbart, said at the the inquest that Brown had deliberately stepped in front of Moat to protect her. Samantha Stobbart, 22, had lied to her former partner Moat, saying that she was dating a police officer. Raoul Moat's chilling threat of killing innocent members of the public is set to air on tonight's documentary Manhunt: The Raoul Moat Story. A decade since the country's most wanted man died following a tense stand off with police, Raoul Moat's harrowing words are going to be played on ITV.

The ex prisoner had been on the run for nearly a week after killing his ex-girlfriend's partner and injuring two others in 2010. In tonight's show, Raoul can be heard saying: "The next lie I see in the paper I will kill an innocent of the public. According to ITV, the recording was made public in 2010 but this marks the first time that the chilling threat is heard outside of court. In the early hours of July 10, 2010, following a tense six hour stand off with armed police, a single self-inflicted gun shot wound killed Moat. Manhunt: The Raoul Moat Story airs at 9pm tonight on ITV.

Paul Gascoigne became bizarrely involved with the hunt for Raoul Moat (Picture: PA) It's been 10 years since Raoul Moat went on the run after shooting his ex-girlfriend Samantha Stobbart and her new partner Chris Brown, and resulting in a police manhunt which hit the headlines for several days as they attempted to track him down. Now the chilling crime is recounted in ITV's Manhunt: The Raoul Moat Story, with Nicky Campbell narrating the documentary, which consists of archive footage and interviews with family members and journalists who covered the story. Moat, 37, a former bouncer, wounded Stobbart and killed Brown in the shooting on 3 July 2010, and the next day shot and blinded PC David Rathband, 44, as he sat in his car in Newcastle – with Rathband tragically taking his own life in 2012. What happened between Paul Gascoigne and Raoul Moat? He claimed he had brought Moat 'a can of lager, some chicken, a fishing rod, a Newcastle shirt and a dressing gown', although the police did not allow Gascoigne near Moat.

Raoul Moat had been on the run after shooting his girlfriend and her new partner (Picture: PA) Speaking at a talk in Newcastle earlier this year Gascoigne explained that he felt he could help Moat because: 'I'd been to rehab so many times I'm a connoisseur.' Manhunt: The Raoul Moat Story is on ITV on Thursday night at 9pm. Tonight, ITV is airing an hour-long documentary exploring the true story of the Raoul Moat killings and subsequent manhunt, which became the biggest manhunt in British history. The former nightclub bouncer from Newcastle killed one person and wounded two others before going on the run for a week. Here is the full, true story of what happened in the Raoul Moat case. 37-year-old Raoul Moat was released from Durham prison on July 1st 2010, where he had been held for assault.

It was just two days later, in the early hours of the 3rd July, when he targeted his ex-girlfriend Samantha Stobbart and her new partner, Chris Brown near Gateshead, Tyne and Wear. Raoul Moat shot them both – Brown was killed and Samantha Stobbart was hospitalised because of her injuries. Moat was said to have held a grudge against police officers, because his ex-girlfriend Samantha had lied about being in a relationship with an officer. Rathband, who happened to have on a previous occasion stopped Raoul Moat under suspicion for having an uninsured van, was targeted randomly – just because he was police. After he had killed one person and wounded two others, Raoul Moat went on the run for a week. During the manhunt, Moat is said to have made threats via letter, on his Facebook profile and in phone calls which included saying he would kill any officers who tried to stop him. Raoul Moat's threat to kill innocent members of the public will be heard in his own words for the first time. Driven by paranoia and jealousy, the former bouncer and prisoner shot and wounded ex-partner Samantha Stobbart, killed her new boyfriend Chris Brown and blinded Northumbria Police officer David Rathband with a point-blank gun blast. For almost a week, Moat evaded capture and threatened to kill more police officers - but innocent members of the public were in his crosshairs too. According to the broadcaster, it's understood this is the first time Moat has been heard to speak the words outside of court and internal police events. In the recording, he says: "The next lie I see in the paper I will kill an innocent of the public. Manhunt: The Raoul Moat Story will air on ITV at 9pm on Thursday, July 9