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Ireland, angered that he had received no publicity even after three murders, killed again within three days. He met and courted year-old Andrew Collier, a housing warden, and the pair went to Collier's home in Dalston. After entering the flat there was a disturbance outside and both men went to the window to investigate. Ireland gripped a horizontal metal bar that ran across the window. He later forgot to wipe the bar for fingerprints during his usual cleanup phase. The police found these prints.
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Once he had tied up his victim on the bed, Ireland again demanded his victim's bank details. This time his victim refused to comply. After killing Collier's cat, Ireland strangled Collier with a noose. He put a condom on Collier's penis and placed the dead cat's mouth over it, and placed the cat's tail into Collier's mouth. A suspected reason for his killing of the cat was that after Ireland killed Walker and had left this previous victim's dogs locked in a separate room, he later called anonymously to advise parties to the fact that these dogs were being or had been locked up.
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He strangled the cat to demonstrate that the "animal lover" assumption had been wrong. Ireland's fifth victim was a Maltese chef named Emanuel Spiteri, aged 41, whom he had met at the Coleherne pub. Once more, Ireland demanded his PIN but did not obtain it. He again used a noose to kill.
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After carrying out his post-murder ritual of cleaning and clearing the scene, Ireland set fire to the flat and left. He rang the police later to tell them to look for a body at the scene of a fire and added that he would probably not kill again. There are suggestions that homophobia on the part of the police delayed the linking of all the murders and that they were initially not handled well,  but police eventually connected all five killings. The crimes were publicised by the mass media and it quickly became known in the gay community that a serial killer was specifically targeting gay men.
Investigations revealed that Spiteri had left the Coleherne pub and travelled home with his killer by train, and a security video successfully captured the two of them on the railway platform at Charing Cross station. Ireland was charged with the murders of Collier and Spiteri, and confessed to the other three while awaiting trial in prison. He told police that he had no vendetta against gay men, but picked on them because they were the easiest targets. Ireland pretended to be gay in order to lure his victims. When his case came to the Old Bailey on 20 December , Ireland admitted all charges and was given life sentences for each.
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The judge, Mr Justice Sachs , said he was "exceptionally frightening and dangerous", adding: "To take one human life is an outrage; to take five is carnage. On 22 December , Ireland was one of 35 life sentence prisoners whose names appeared on the Home Office 's list of prisoners who had been issued with whole life tariffs and were unlikely ever to be released.
Ireland's crimes received sensationalist coverage in the tabloid press. Ireland died on 21 February , at Wakefield Prison. A spokeswoman for Her Majesty's Prison Service said: "He is presumed to have died from natural causes; a post-mortem will follow.
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