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GUNMAN Derrick Bird boasted "Whitehaven will be as famous as Dunblane" just weeks before he massacred 12 people, an inquest has heard.
KILLER Derrick Bird shot his semi-naked twin brother 11 times with a rifle after confronting him in his bedroom, the inquest into the deaths of his victims heard today.
A CHANGE in the law to prevent criminals who receive suspended jail terms from holding a gun licence for five years should be introduced, a report into the killings by Derrick Bird has recommended.
The home of mass murderer Derrick Bird has been sold at auction for £35,000.
MOURNERS packed a town crematorium yesterday for the funeral of the youngest victim of gunman Derrick Bird.
MASS killer Derrick Bird's funeral finally took place yesterday, with 80 people – including one of his victims – attending the service.
GUNMAN Derrick Bird's family were united in grief yesterday as they said goodbye to the killer's twin brother, David.
THE funeral for David Bird, the twin brother and first victim of gunman Derrick Bird, takes place in Cumbria today.
A SURVIVOR of Derrick Bird's shooting rampage in Cumbria spoke today of the moment he was wounded twice by the crazed gunman.
THE first funeral service for a victim of the Cumbria gun massacre took place yesterday with loved ones and hundreds of mourners paying their last respects to Garry Purdham.
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CABBIES blew their horns to salute a victim of Cumbria gunman Derrick Bird yesterday, exactly a week after the massacre.
A TAXI driver shot in his car by gunman Derrick Bird is understood to have had his right hand amputated.
A VICTIM of Derrick Bird's shooting spree has told how he was shot twice by the gunman but managed to survive by crawling to safety.
A DRIVER who pursued Derrick Bird during his killing spree has told how he watched the taxi driver blast two of his victims.
POLICE have confirmed for the first time that officers tracked the Cumbria mass murderer Derrick Bird from shortly after his third killing, but were unable to catch up with him for another three hours – while he killed another nine victims.
IN A statement read by Reverend Jim Marshall, curate of St Michael's Church in Lamplugh, Cumbria, Derrick Bird's sons, Graeme and Jamie, Bird said: "We are utterly devastated about the death of our father Derrick Bird.
DERRICK Bird's murder spree was a "unique event in the history of policing" and the response of Cumbria police was "very good", one of the UK's most senior officers said yesterday.