Azam Mangori, 24, told police officers that his name was Christopher Mayer. He is accused of killing 32-year-old Lorraine Cox after night out in Exeter last year. Mangori admits preventing burial but has denied murder and the trial continues.
Question for the screeching cow below, why were you so silent on this occasion? This happened on September 1st last year!
Oh that’s right, in that “comatose state of ignorance” – like all of those in the FOSO organisation (feminists of selective outrage) – is it because this poor woman deserved what she got for the sake of diversity? It’s okay because “the pair, who did not know each other, had sex in an alleyway“? (What the hell was that woman thinking at 2am).
Full article piece from Devon Line website below…
A man accused of the murder of Exeter woman Lorraine Cox made regular calls to male and female escort services in the city, his trial has been told.
Just a couple of hours before allegedly killing the 32-year-old, Azam Mangori, 24, sent a message to one escort asking if he was working.
In the days leading up to Lorraine death he made regular contact with male, female and transgender escorts, his phone records show.
Mangori is standing trial at Exeter Crown Crown. He denies the murder of Lorraine, who was on her way back from a drinking session with friends when she disappeared in Exeter city centre of September 1.
The latest day of her murder trial heard evidence from police about information they retrieved from Mangori’s phone after his arrest on September 8.
It showed that between August 22 and September 4 he contacted 22 different numbers associated with escorts based in the Exeter area.
About an hour before he left his flat above the Bodrum Kebab House he sent a message to a male escort asking ‘You working now?’ He received no reply due to the late hour. Half an hour later he contacted a female escort.
Just after 2am Mangori left his flat and walked up High Street where he saw Lorraine on her own. CCTV shows that Mangori followed her as she walked towards Sidwell Street. At one stage he overtook her before doubling back and stopping to talk to the woman. The pair, who did not know each other, had sex in an alleyway. Mangori recorded audio of the encounter on his phone.
The two returned to the kebab shop building on the coroner of Mary Arches Street at 2.45am. It is alleged that once inside Mangori murdered Lorraine.
DC Joanne Rotchell said police examined Mangori’s phones and how he used them before and after Lorraine went missing.
At 4.49am phone analysis showed Mangori sent two messages to two contacts on Snapchat. DC Rotchell said police were not able to see the content of those messages due to the nature of how Snapchat works.
Later that evening Mangori took selfies of himself vaping and listening to music.
Detectives looked at call data, internet use, messages, social media, and SIM card transfers.
The jury was played videos, which the prosecution say, reveal the defendant’s ‘morbid’ interest in amputation.
DC Rotchell said that by 1pm on the day of the alleged killing Mangori had gained access to Lorraine’s Facebook account. It is claimed he began using Lorraine’s SIM in his own phone to gain access to her messages and pretend to family and friends that she was still alive.
The prosecution say he spent the week after killing Lorraine cutting up her body and disposing of it in bins and woodland.
On September 6 images about grave digging were viewed on Mangori’s phone. They were linked to a website titled ‘How to dig a grave by hand’. DC Rotchell said the website provided a step-by-step guide to digging a grave and the tools to use.
Two days later his phone was used to view Google Map scenes of Tinpit Hill near Newton St Cyres. Mangori then took a taxi to the location and disposed of some of Lorraine’s remains.
Tenants who lived in the kebab house with Mangori have previously described him to the jury as ‘quiet’ and somebody they did not know. He spent much of his time in his room and sometimes helped out at the local Quick Stop shop.
Nobody in the flat on the night Lorraine was brought back and allegedly murdered saw or heard anything suspicious.
Mangori admits disposing of her body but it is thought he will say she died suddenly of a medical episode.
DC Rotchell was cross examined by defence counsel Adam Vaitilingham QC.
He suggested that of the vast amount of information stored on Mangori’s phone – 154 gigabytes – only a very small fraction was potentially relevant to this case and what police said was suspicious was ‘entirely innocent’.
The officer agreed it was possible Mangori had scrolled past some of the amputation images and not clicked on them.
The trial continues next week.