The killer of Sally Anne Bowman has admitted brutally raping a woman in Spain - a crime which another man has spent nearly 12 years in prison for.
Murderer Mark Dixie, 44, is serving life for killing 18-year-old Sally Anne in south London in 2005.
But the former pub chef is also suspected of attacking three women on the Costa del Sol where he was living before Sally Anne’s murder.
In a dramatic twist in the case last week, Dixie admitted raping one of the women in Spain, MailOnline has revealed.
Dutchman Romano van der Dussen was wrongly jailed for the Spanish attacks - yet he remains behind bars to this day.
DNA analysis, carried out this week at the Dutch National Forensic Investigation Agency, proves beyond doubt that Dixie carried out the attack.
Last week, Sally Anne’s killer broke down in prison and confessed to raping the Spanish woman in a drink and drug-fuelled rage in the seaside resort of Fuengirola in August 2003.
He made his confession to Romano’s lawyer Rachel Imamkhan when she visited him at HMP Frankland, County Durham.
Ms Imamkhan, legal director of PrisonLAW, interviewed Dixie while gathering evidence for Romano’s appeal against his conviction for the three sex attacks.
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