The man standing trial for the murder of five Ipswich prostitutes has sensationally claimed that he may have murdered them all "by coincidence."
Lonely saddo, Steve Wright, a former radio One DJ, resorted to picking up "ladies of the night" last year, just hours before the murders started. He picked up the five women, coincidentally at the exact times of their deaths and then dumped their bodies at the exact times that the murderer is believed to have dumped them.
Wright's defence solicitor has said that fibres from Wrights clothes and car, found on the murdered women, must have rubbed off on their bodies during the period when Wright was coincidentally dumping the bodies at the same time as the actual murderer.
CCTV footage of Wright picking up two of the murdered women minutes before their deaths occurred have been produced as evidence for the defence, with Wrights solicitors claiming that they conclusively prove that Mr Wright is "the victim here, a victim of sheer unadulterated coincidence".
Mr Wright himself, has admitted that he may have murdered the women by coincidence, but is fairly sure that coincidence did it all by itself although he might have been there helping coincidence. Then coincidence tried to blame it on him."
Defence solicitors have instructed their client to revert back to "no comment" for the remainder of the trial.