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The case of Dobrowski which ended with sentencing that was the first of it's kind - Murder Detective


Jody Dobrowski was just 24 when his life was ended, he could only be identified through fingerprints. He was walking across Clapham Common when he was beaten to death on 14th October 2005. The investigation saw SIO Nick Scola and his investigating team never giving up and carrying out painstaking police work. Their hard work paid off when they linked a crucial DNA match to the killers. It was a landmark case as it was the first time that a judge had been able to use an anti-gay motive as an aggravating feature to decide the sentence. Hill investigates the heart-breaking circumstances with SIO Nick Scola and takes us inside the incredible police work.