What Sabina Nessa's killer told cops after being caught for battering teacher in sadistic sexually motivated murder

TWISTED murderer Koci Selamaj asked cops one chilling question after he was arrested for killing Sabina Nessa in a “sadistic” slaying.

The Domino's driver refused to speak to cops again after they swooped on him at his home in Eastbourne, East Sussex, last year.

He asked “what would happen if I open up now” after being arrested by officers in connection with the murder.

Selamaj battered the primary school teacher 34 times with a 2ft emergency car sign before strangling her and dumping her body in Kidbrooke, South East London.

The sick killer travelled from his home to Cator Park where he hid in bushes for 20 minutes, waiting for a lone woman.

He was today sentenced to life in prison for murdering the 28-year-old, and will serve a minimum of 36 years.


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Footage released by police shows the killer's reaction as he was charged with her murder – holding his head in his hands before being taken away by officers.

Selamaj made no comment to officers when he was arrested, but initially denied killing Sabina when quizzed by offices.

Detective Sergeant Mark Johnson said: “When he was cautioned, he said, ‘what would happen if I open up now’.

“That is the only thing that he has said to the police all throughout the investigation.”

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Selamaj ambushed Sabina in the “premeditated and predatory” attack as she walked to meet a friend at the pub just minutes from her home.

CCTV footage also shows the monster checking that he wasn’t being watched before running after terrified Sabina, who was a complete stranger to him.

Selamaj also bought a rolling pin from Sainsbury’s in Kidbrooke before the violent and “sexually motivated” attack on Sabina.

DCI Neil Jones added: “This was a pre-meditated sexually motivated murder. We know from speaking to his partner that he had asked her to meet her in the car during the day of the 17th at the Grand Hotel, where he propositioned her for a sexual encounter.

“She obviously said no. When Sabina was recovered her underwear was missing. Her skirt, or dress to put it clearly, was pulled up and her bra was exposed.”

Police also caught the killer’s attack on CCTV, with DCI Neil John describing the murder as “harrowing”.

Selamaj battered Sabina 34 times with a 2ft emergency metal triangle with such brute force that it broke into several pieces.

He was then seen carrying her away into the darkness, before strangling her in the undergrowth.

Around ten minutes later, Selamaj re-appears alone and picks up pieces of the shattered weapon lying on the ground before wiping a nearby bench down with wet wipes.

The Old Bailey heard that he booked himself into a five-star hotel in Eastbourne to plan out the murder on any woman who crossed his path.

He arrived back at the £170-a-night Grand Hotel just after midnight, after dumping the emergency triable in the River Teise, and checked out the following morning.

Tragic Sabina’s body was found by a dog walker covered in leaves the next day just 200 yards from her flat.

Sick Selamaj pleaded guilty last month to murdering the primary school teacher, and was arrested at his ground-floor flat in Eastbourne days after the murder.

ANPR cameras tracked his Nissan Micra and mobile phone evidence helped identify his movements to London.

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Tributes poured in for the "amazing" primary school teacher after her shocking death, with hundreds of mourners gathering for a candlelight vigil.

The Duchess of Cambridge paid tribute to the young woman, saying that her thoughts were with Sabina’s friends and family.

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