BA killer’s chilling 999 name after he bludgeoned his spouse to dying

  • Joanna Simpson was bludgeoned to dying with claw hammer by Robert Brown 

This is the chilling 999 name a British Airways pilot made after he bludgeoned his spouse at their residence on Halloween, telling officers there had been a ‘home problem’.

A brand new ITV documentary revealed the beforehand unheard name Robert Brown made after he killed his spouse Joanna Simpson, 46, earlier than repeatedly telling law enforcement officials ‘no remark’ as they quizzed him in an interview.

Brown beat his spouse 14 instances with a claw hammer whereas their two younger kids cowered in a playroom at their home in leafy Ascot earlier than burying her physique in the midst of an evening in a pre-dug grave in Windsor Great Park.

Speaking to the decision operator as his spouse lay useless, Brown calmly mentioned he wished to rearrange an ‘appointment’ with law enforcement officials to debate ‘a severe home’ together with his ‘ex-wife’.

When the decision handler asks extra details about how severe the incident was, reassuring Brown that their dialog was confidential, the blood-blooded killer responded: ‘I actually do not wish to say something truly.’

Robert Brown answered 'no comment' when interviewed by police about what had happened to his wife

Robert Brown answered ‘no remark’ when interviewed by police about what had occurred to his spouse

Joanna Simpson was killed by Brown at their home in Ascot in Autumn 2010 after the couple's acrimonious divorce

Joanna Simpson was killed by Brown at their residence in Ascot in Autumn 2010 after the couple’s acrimonious divorce

Brown (pictured here in his police mugshot) was jailed for 26 years after admitting to manslaughter on the grounds of diminished responsibility

Brown (pictured right here in his police mugshot) was jailed for 26 years after admitting to manslaughter on the grounds of diminished accountability

‘Well I imply it is extraordinarily severe,’ he continued. When probed on whether or not Brown and his spouse had been harmed, the assassin stumbled telling the operator ‘Well, considered one of us is.’

When requested if the injured particular person wanted medical consideration the father-of-two responded emotionlessly ‘err no’.

The recording of the emergency name was launched as a part of The British Airways Killer on ITV1 and ITVX.

It comes as footage confirmed Brown repeatedly answering ‘no remark’ when being interviewed by police who have been desperately looking to seek out Ms Simpson.

Throughout the interview Brown is probed by Detective Constable Melanie Ward however he continues to calmly give non-answers to their questions.

The DC is heard saying: ‘Joanna is lacking. Blood has been discovered at her residence in Tun Cottage. Robert, inform us every thing concerning the whereabouts of Joanna.’

But the killer simply repeatedly responds ‘no remark’ to every of her questions. 

DC Ward questions his cause for being right here, saying: ‘But you have continued to wish to converse to police and to come back to the police station, is that appropriate?’

Once once more, Brown solely responds ‘no remark’.

Ms Simpson (pictured here with her two children) told one friend that Brown had held a knife to her chest during their relationship

Ms Simpson (pictured right here along with her two kids) instructed one buddy that Brown had held a knife to her chest throughout their relationship

In the interview the killer is asked repeatedly what has happened to Joanna Simpson, only to answer 'no comment' every time

In the interview the killer is requested repeatedly what has occurred to Joanna Simpson, solely to reply ‘no remark’ each time

Joanna (pictured) was initially reported missing from her home the morning after Halloween in 2010, with Brown eventually leading police to where he had dumped her body

Joanna (pictured) was initially reported lacking from her residence the morning after Halloween in 2010, with Brown finally main police to the place he had dumped her physique

Speaking to filmmakers, DC Ward mentioned she was hopeful of gaining solutions from the BA pilot as she walked into the interview. 

She mentioned: ‘In my head at the moment as a result of he had handed himself in to talk to police, I used to be pondering one thing’s occurred, he is executed one thing to her and he’ll come and inform us the place she is.

‘It was a remorseful “oh my God I’ve done this, this happened. Please help us, please help me, please help Jo”.

‘The very first thing that got here out of his mouth was “no comment” and I keep in mind being very stunned.’

In one other a part of the interview Brown was performed recordings from the decision he made to 999 earlier than attending the police station. 

DC Brown asks ‘who was harmed’ to which the killer responds ‘no remark’. When requested whether or not the person didn’t want medical consideration as a result of they have been unhurt or as a result of they’re useless he responds ‘no remark’.

Speaking greater than a decade after the killing, DC Ward defined: ‘What “no comment” says to me, it is management. It’s straightforward to cover behind it however I do not suppose Robert was hiding behind no remark, I believe he was, that was his component of management.’

He would finally confess to having killed her and dumped her physique in Windsor Great Park.

Detective Constable Melanie Ward (pictured) said she was 'taken aback' by the killers behaviour in the interview

Detective Constable Melanie Ward (pictured) mentioned she was ‘stunned’ by the killers behaviour within the interview

Throughout the harrowing documentary, interviews with Ms Simpson’s mom Diana Parkes and her buddy Hetti Barkworth-Nanton reveal the second they found Brown was not all he appeared. 

Ms Barkworth-Nanton claimed that Ms Simpson had revealed to her Brown held a knife to her chest throughout their relationship.

She mentioned: ‘She [Joanna] mentioned to me, and I’ve heard it from so many victims subsequently, that “His eyes went dark, almost black, cold, dark, black eyes,” And he mentioned, “I’m going to do it.”

‘So she was saying, , “What will happen to the children?” He did not care about what would occur to the kids.’

After Ms Simpson mentioned she might now not be with Brown she thought he would finally kill her. 

‘She genuinely consider that he was going to kill her,’ the buddy mentioned. ‘She was of little question by any means.’ 

Ms Parkes instructed the filmmakers that she realised one thing was incorrect when she acquired a cellphone name from a household buddy.

She mentioned: ‘A buddy rang and mentioned, “Have you spoken to Jo this morning?” And I mentioned no, and he mentioned, “I’ve had a worrying call…”

The footage shown in the documentary shows the couple's picture perfect wedding in 1999

The footage proven within the documentary reveals the couple’s image excellent marriage ceremony in 1999

In a speech at the wedding Brown was heard saying 'you have to go for what's perfect'. He would later bludgeon his wife to death

In a speech on the marriage ceremony Brown was heard saying ‘it’s important to go for what’s excellent’. He would later bludgeon his spouse to dying

Video footage exhibiting the marriage of Robert Brown and Joanna Simpson is being launched as a part of a brand new documentary

‘I used to be instructed there’s police tape round the home, and I simply mentioned, “He’s killed her.” I simply mentioned that right away, “He’s killed her.”‘

Bittersweet footage of the couple’s marriage ceremony, throughout which Brown mentioned he ‘can not help being picky’, whereas his father-in-law says Ms Simpson’s killer is a ‘very fortunate man’.

Brown later admitted to manslaughter, however was cleared by a jury of homicide after claiming he was affected by an adjustment dysfunction introduced on by their divorce.

He was sentenced to 26 years in jail and have become eligible for automated launch after half of that, regardless of not expressing any regret for his actions.

Justice Secretary Alex Chalk blocked the ex-captain’s launch from jail final 12 months, sparking authorized motion from Brown who claimed it was illegal.

Earlier this month attorneys for the Ministry of Justice mentioned Mr Chalk had referred the case to the Parole Board due to ‘cheap’ fears that Brown might offend once more.

They included fears he might commit homicide, manslaughter or make threats to kill, the High Court heard.

Justice Secretary Alex Chalk (pictured) blocked Brown's automatic earlier release last year

Justice Secretary Alex Chalk (pictured) blocked Brown’s automated earlier launch final 12 months

Lawyer Iain Steele, for the Justice Secretary, mentioned: ‘The Secretary of State can resolve to not launch a prisoner on licence if he has causes to consider he will likely be harmful if launched.’

He added: ‘His [Brown’s] danger isn’t manageable … We are coping with a really harmful particular person.’

Since he was jailed in 2011 he has refused to cooperate with jail psychiatrists and psychologists, the High Court heard, and officers warned of his ‘conceitedness and narcissism’.

Lawyers for Brown mentioned Mr Chalk’s determination to dam his launch was illegal and appeared to have been politically motivated, due to the marketing campaign to maintain him behind bars.

A ruling is anticipated later this 12 months.

  • The British Airways Killer airs on ITV1 & ITVX at 9pm on Monday, February 26.