Northern Ireland &Sunderland
|Kill Date||1996 & 2017|
Martha Gilmore-86Quyen Ngoc Nguyen - 28
|Court||Newcastle Crown Court|
|Judge||Mr Justice Morris|
|Prosecution||James Hill QC|
|Defence||Dapinderpaul Singh QC|
William McFall grew up in Station Road, Greenisland, a small town in County Antrim, Northern Ireland. He was a known trouble maker.
1996, William McFall was sentenced to life for killing 86-year-old widow Martha Gilmore with a hammer while he burgled her Greenisland home.
McFall was sent to prison in England, and served time at HMP Hull, where he met Stephen Unwin.
2010, McFall is released on licence.
McFall, now aged-51, then teamed up with another freed murderer, former cellmate from Hull prison, Stephen Unwin aged-42, McFall moved into the house that Unwin previously shared with his girlfriend.
15th August 2017, 28-year-old nail salon worker Quyen Ngoc Nguyen was been lured to a house for a meeting about potential maintenance work but ended up being forced to hand over bank cards before being brutally raped and sexually assaulted, before being killed by Stephen Unwin and William McFall.
Ms. Quyen body was discovered in the back of her own car which had been set on fire at Shiney Row, near Sunderland.
April 2018, at Newcastle Crown Court Both defendants were convicted of the murder of Ms Nguyen, Unwin was also convicted of the rape of Ms Nguyen."
The judge ordered both men to serve a 'Whole Life' sentence, never to be considered for release. See list of 'Life Means life ' prisoners, Here >>