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‘Britain’s most dangerous female prisoner’ wrote ‘graphic’ love letters to guard

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Serial killer Joanna Dennehy, along with Myra Hindley and Rose West one of the only woman in the Uk ever to have been handed a whole-life sentence has sparked a major police investigation after allegedly embarking on a relationship with a male prison officer.

A number of “graphic” love letters were found in the senior officer’s home during a search sparked by the man’s relationship with another prisoner at Bronzefield jail near Ashford, in Surrey.

Dennehy had previously struck up relationships with a number of female inmates:

In 2018 she filed a request to marry her then-cellmate Hayley Palmer despite opposition from Palmer’s family who feared that Dennehy might harm her.

Despite being granted permission to wed by prison authorities, later that same year the couple were involved in an apparent suicide pact: “When the guards found them they were entwined on the floor, which was covered in blood,” revealed a source at the time.

The two were separated for their own good by prison bosses.

In June 2020 Dennehy reportedly embarked on another affair with convicted killer Emma Aitken, 25.

However by May of this year Dennehy was again seeing Palmer, who has now completed her sixteen-year sentence for robbery, and the pair were apparently once more planning to marry.

Now, sources speaking to The Sun say that the senior male prison officer had “taken his life into his hands” by not immediately reporting the situation with Dennehy to his superiors.

They added: “The officer fancies himself and is very cocksure.

“He was quite senior, so could move around various wings, including the one where Dennehy is housed."

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"Apparently," the source said, "the letters from Dennehy were fairly graphic about what she wanted to do to him.”

Dennehy was jailed after fatally stabbing Lukasz Slaboszewski, Kevin Lee and John Chapman in Peterborough, Cambridge, during a 10-day murder spree in March 2013.

She first lured Slaboszewski, 31, to a property in Peterborough with the promise of sex. However once Dennehy got the Polish national alone she stabbed him in the heart and crammed his body into a wheelie bin. At her later trial a court heard how Dennehy “smirked” as she showed the man’s body to a teenage girls that she knew.

Dennehy's second victim was Falklands veteran John Chapman.

The 56-year-old, who lived at a bedsit in the same run-down property as Dennehy, was reportedly high on drink and drugs when she stabbed him to death.

Dennehy then murdered her landlord Kevin Lee, with whom she was having an affair.

She killed Lee, 48, before dressing his body in a black sequinned dress and dumping it in a roadside ditch – earning her murders the name “Peterborough ditch murders”.

While police were still searching for her, she went on to to drive 140 miles to Hereford where she repeatedly stabbed two dog walkers, Robin Bereza and John Rogers, selecting them apparently at random. The pair survived despite severe injuries.

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At Dennehey’s trial, Mr Justice Spencer, ordered that she should never be released due to the premeditation of each murder. Spencer said further that Dennehy was sadomasochistic, and “lacked the normal range of human emotions”.

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