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Yr helfa ryngwladol am Americanwr ar ol i gorff ei gariad gael ei ddarganfod mewn gwesty yng Nghaerdydd. The manhunt for a American after his girlfriend was found dead at a Card...


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-Secrets...

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-..lies...

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-..deceit...

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-..violence.

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-Every criminal case is a distinct

-challenge for the detective.

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-Discovering the truth,

-takes patience and curiosity.

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-Tonight...

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-..I'm researching the international

-hunt for an American...

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-..after his girlfriend's body

-was found at a Cardiff hotel.

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-We knew that he would be landing

-in Qatar in 38 minutes.

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-South Wales Police relate their

-efforts to speak to him by phone.

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-I will talk to the girl's family

-in Cardiff about their loss.

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-It's a sentence that I feel...

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-..I'm going to have to live

-through each and every day.

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-Cardiff Bay, December 2014.

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-While thousands

-were getting ready...

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-..to congregate in the city

-on New Year's Eve.

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-..a sinister case had landed on the

-desks of South Wales detectives.

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-The manager of the Future Inns hotel

-had made an astonishing discovery.

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-He'd entered Room 203,

-and inside the room...

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-..he found a woman's body

-lying in the bed.

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-At the bedside,

-there was a note...

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-..which made him think

-that she'd killed herself.

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-So, he called the police.

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-This footage was filmed

-by the forensic team...

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-..after they were called

-to the hotel.

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-At first glance, the circumstances

-of the death were unclear.

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-The room itself

-was an ordinary hotel room.

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-As you walked in,

-there was a bathroom on one side...

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-..and inside the bathroom, there

-were wet towels on the floor.

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-As you walked into the room

-itself...

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-..there were empty bottles

-of alcohol on the side.

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-In the bed, was the body of a woman.

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-All you could see was her head.

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-The bedclothes had been pulled up

-to her nose.

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-Near the bed, a note had been left

-containing the words...

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-.."Sorry we came to an end.

-I love you."

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-When I first looked at her,

-I couldn't see any injuries.

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-When the bedclothes were removed

-from her body...

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-..it looked as if

-she had been placed in the bed.

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-When we examined her face and neck,

-we found red marks...

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-..on her cheek and on her neck.

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-It was clear to us

-that something was wrong...

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-..and that something else

-had happened in that room.

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-In the bag, there were bank cards.

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-These confirmed that the body

-in the bed was Nadine Aburas.

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-She lived fewer than 100 metres from

-the hotel in a flat in Cardiff Bay.

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-Her family lived about a mile away.

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-Detectives went to their home

-to break the news.

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-The feeling was indescribable.

-It was horrible.

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-It was like I wasn't even there

-anymore.

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-That part of me had gone

-with Nadine.

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-Nadine Aburas was 28 years old.

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-They were a very close family.

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-He said that she'd gone.

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-I said, "That's it. He's done it."

-I knew.

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-The mother immediately suspected

-that Nadine's boyfriend...

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-..was responsible for her death.

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-A man named Sammy Almahri.

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-The hotel confirmed...

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-..that Room 203

-had been booked in his name.

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-At the time,

-we didn't know much about him.

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-We knew that he was American...

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-..but we didn't know much more

-than that.

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-He was 45 years old

-and lived in New York.

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-But any other information about him

-was limited.

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-He purported to be in the FBI

-to Nadine's family.

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-A successful businessman.

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-There were lots of different

-stories.

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-The truth was he lived in a basement

-flat in New York.

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-He worked either in a grocer's shop

-or as a limo driver.

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-The couple met online in 2012

-on a website called MuslimMatch.com

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-They started a relationship.

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-In 2013, he came here to Cardiff

-to visit Nadine...

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-..and during the summer of 2014,

-Nadine went to New York to meet him.

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-But, after returning from New York,

-Nadine contacted the police.

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-She said that

-she had been raped there.

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-He brutally attacked her

-and violated her.

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-He photographed her

-in various forms...

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-..and states of undress.

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-She suffered a horrific time...

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-..which she tried to keep from us

-when she returned.

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-He had threatened to share the

-pictures of her on the Internet.

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-At the time, Nadine didn't take

-her complaint any further.

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-But now, this evidence was valuable

-to the detectives.

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-The marker on our records

-indicated...

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-..that he may have been someone

-who was violent towards her...

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-..and that's when it became

-a murder investigation.

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-A post-mortem examination

-revealed...

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-..that there were 17 marks

-and bruises on Nadine's body.

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-The evidence on her neck showed

-that she had been strangled.

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-But there was no sign

-of Sammy Almahri.

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-Detectives were now racing to gather

-evidence of all his movements.

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-They discovered that he'd arrived

-in London on December 27...

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-..and had met Nadine there and

-travelled to Cardiff the next day.

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-The CCTV pictures showed the couple

-arriving at Nadine's flat.

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-On December 30, Sammy Almahri

-quarrelled with her brothers.

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-They asked him to leave Cardiff and

-escorted him to the railway station.

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-But he never got on the train.

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-He bought a bottle of gin,

-took a taxi back to Cardiff Bay...

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-..and booked a room

-at the Future Inns.

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-He phoned Nadine from the hotel...

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-..and said that he had left

-his passport in her flat.

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-At nine o'clock that night...

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-..CCTV cameras show Nadine

-arriving at the hotel...

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-..before going to his room.

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-We know from the CCTV footage and

-from people working at the hotel...

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-..that the couple had left

-and gone to City Road for a meal.

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-They went to a restaurant

-where Nadine used to work.

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-We know that they were arguing

-in the restaurant on City Road.

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-At eleven o'clock,

-they arrived back at the hotel.

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-These are the last images

-of Nadine Aburas alive.

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-Just after midnight, Almahri left

-and went to the Grosvenor casino.

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-He registered at reception, before

-going to the bar to drink tequila.

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-Then he returned to the hotel...

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-..and ordered two bottles of beer

-to take to his room.

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-At three in the morning,

-Almahri left the hotel...

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-..after asking for directions

-to the M4.

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-He drove to Heathrow

-in Nadine's car.

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-He parked the car in Terminal 5.

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-But, by the time detectives

-received this evidence...

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-..it was too late.

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-Sammy Almahri was on a plane

-to Qatar.

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-To be honest, there was

-something of a panic...

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-..because we knew that

-within 38 minutes...

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-..he would be landing in Qatar.

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-You have to remember

-that it was New Year's Eve...

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-..and he was arriving

-in a totally different country.

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-We needed an international arrest

-warrant, we needed Interpol.

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-All things that take time

-on a normal day...

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-..but on New Year's Eve,

-practically impossible.

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-He landed without being arrested.

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-He had managed to escape.

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-That's when I hit rock bottom.

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-I thought, "That's it, he's gone,

-he's got away with it.

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-"He's left the country.

-He's murdered my daughter.

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-"That's it, it's the end."

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-We wanted justice for Nadine...

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-..and we needed to know that this

-person couldn't hurt anybody else.

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-He caught another flight

-to Dar es Salaam in Tanzania.

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-From there, there was a risk

-that he could disappear altogether.

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-To know where your suspect is,

-to know where they're going...

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-..and to be able

-to do nothing about it...

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-..is probably one of the most

-frustrating periods I've ever had.

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-The police now suspected

-that Almahri was in Tanzania.

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-It was a race to catch him,

-before he disappeared again.

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-New Year's Day, 2015.

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-It wasn't a good start to the year

-for South Wales Police detectives.

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-The day after the body

-of Nadine Aburas was found...

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-..at a hotel in Cardiff...

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-..the man suspected of her murder

-had escaped to Africa.

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-Detectives turned to the media

-and made a public appeal...

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-..entreating him to give himself up.

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-Sammy, please...

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-..I am asking you,

-as Nadine's mother...

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-..please hand yourself in

-to the authorities...

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-..and please help us

-find the answers that we need...

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-..so we can let Nadine

-rest in peace.

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-But there was a ray of hope.

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-He had taken Nadine's phone

-with him.

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-Fortunately for us, he was still

-using Nadine's mobile phone.

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-Because of this, we were aware

-of his general location...

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-..and so we could focus...

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-..on where the mobile phone

-was being used.

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-The data from the phone

-and from the use of his bank card...

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-..confirmed that he was still

-in Tanzania.

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-Detective Gareth Morgan decided

-to telephone him.

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-He alleged that Nadine was still

-alive when he left the hotel.

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-He also said that he'd helped her...

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-..to try and strangle herself

-with a belt.

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-He was very erratic

-in those conversations.

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-It was very difficult to understand

-whether he was intoxicated.

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-He was certainly irrational.

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-It was clear to me

-that he was lying.

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-But the detectives knew

-that Almahri was in Tanzania.

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-On January 2,

-Sammy Almahri phoned them back.

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-This time, he had company.

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-I think Sammy Almahri played a game

-from the start.

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-Negotiation showed that.

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-There were times

-during negotiation...

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-..when he had other women

-on the line and in the background.

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-He made threats

-to kill other people.

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-He teased and taunted me, really.

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-He contacted the family

-several times too.

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-He'd call us using Nadine's phone.

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-He didn't even bother

-having that respect.

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-He'd call us from a nightclub

-and leave a voicemail.

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-We could hear music.

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-It was so horrible.

-It was a horrible experience.

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-It was as though murdering my sister

-wasn't enough for him.

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-He had to torment us further.

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-Almahri had left his own phone

-at Nadine's flat.

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-The detectives sent it

-for forensic examination.

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-I went to meet the digital experts

-at Sytech...

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-..who were asked to work

-on the case.

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-They explained to me how they

-take phones apart and restore data.

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-The first thing we do is to strip it

-down like this.

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-Then we take it down to the circuit

-board and expose the chips.

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-We would take off this chip

-and it would look like this then.

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-May I pick it up?

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-This little card can hold

-a lot of information.

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-Yes.

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-We can retrieve things

-such as text messages, calls...

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-..web history and photos.

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-We can also retrieve deleted data.

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-On Almahri's phone, there was

-special software called spyware.

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-He could read

-and watch everything...

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-..on Nadine's phone from his phone.

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-You can read SMS messages,

-you can look at photos, videos...

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-..the handset's location data

-and things like that.

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-Also on Almahri's phone, were

-threatening texts and messages.

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-We knew that Sammy Almahri

-was a jealous and possessive man...

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-..and that he liked

-to control Nadine.

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-We obtained evidence

-from his phone...

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-..a message that he'd originally

-left threatening her.

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-Those threats

-were excellent evidence...

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-..in showing the motive

-for this crime.

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-South Wales detectives

-travelled to Tanzania...

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-..to help police there

-search for him.

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-They followed the movements

-of Nadine's phone...

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-..around the country

-trying to catch him.

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-Information from the phone

-led the police to a rural area...

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-..about ten hours

-from Dar es Salaam.

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-There, on January 19,

-local police found him on a farm...

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-..near the town of Iringa.

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-He was arrested and held in custody.

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-Two months later, he was transported

-from Tanzania to Wales.

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-I think it was a major coup

-to capture Sammy Almahri...

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-..as quickly as we did,

-given the circumstances.

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-We brought him back.

-We extradited him from Tanzania.

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-This had never been done

-between the two countries.

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-The speed and efficiency with which

-that was done was remarkable.

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-We were so happy and relieved that

-he didn't get to torment us anymore.

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-And that he had to deal with

-the consequences as he should.

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-At Cardiff Crown Court,

-in October 2016...

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-..Sammy Almahri confessed

-to manslaughter...

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-..but denied murdering Nadine.

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-He said that he suffered

-from a mental illness...

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-..and that he'd killed her

-after hearing voices in his head.

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-He said that it was

-the voice of God.

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-But, unexpectedly, on the second day

-of the trial, he changed his mind.

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-He pleaded guilty to murder.

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-On November 3, the judge sentenced

-him to life imprisonment.

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-He will serve a minimum

-of seventeen years in prison.

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-The family were disappointed

-not to get a full trial.

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-They wanted the world

-to know the truth...

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-..about what the American had done.

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-I have anger. I have sadness.

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-I have deep feelings...

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-..that a mother should never

-have to feel.

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-When a child is taken

-so violently from her...

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-..it's a sentence that I feel...

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-..I'm going to have to live through

-each and every day.

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-Nadine Aburas was studying Art

-at college.

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-She'd hoped to take up a career

-as a designer.

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-Her family treasure the memories

-they have of her.

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-I want people to remember that she

-was really witty and stubborn.

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-She was smart and she had

-all of these talents...

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-..and I wish people

-could have witnessed that.

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-I don't want her memory

-to be defined by his actions...

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-..because she was more than her end.

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-She was more than the tragedy

-that caused her end.

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-She was a woman of great kindness

-and leadership.

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-She was somebody that you would be

-honoured to be in her presence.

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Yr helfa ryngwladol am Americanwr ar ol i gorff ei gariad gael ei ddarganfod mewn gwesty yng Nghaerdydd. The manhunt for a American after his girlfriend was found dead at a Cardiff hotel.