Peter Tobin victim’s father Vicky Hamilton says he picked up a glass to celebrate the killer’s stroke

Peter Tobin’s murder victim Vicky Hamilton says he raised a glass of brandy to drink to the serial killer’s failing health after suffering a suspected stroke in prison.

  • Michael Hamilton raised a glass to the ill health of his daughter’s killer
  • Vicky Hamilton’s killer Peter Tobin suffered a stroke in the City of Edinburgh
  • Mr. Hamilton, 71, said he toasted with brandy, which he bought for Tobin’s death
  • Tobin is serving several life sentences for murdering young schoolgirls










The father of the murdered schoolgirl Vicky Hamilton raised a glass to drink the stroke suffered in prison by her killer Peter Tobin.

Michael Hamilton, 71, said he kept the brandy to the killer’s death, but decided to break into it early to celebrate his stroke – which he suffered on Thursday around 7:30 p.m.

Tobin murdered 15-year-old Vicky in 1991 and is being treated at the Edinburgh Royal Infirmary after collapsing at Edinburgh City Hall.

Mr Hamilton told the Sun that he hoped his daughter’s killer was “suffering like hell” and said he would like to go to the hospital to “please” him in his poor health.

Mr Hamilton told Sun he hoped his daughter’s killer was “suffering like hell”

Peter Tobin (pictured in 2012), 74, was taken to the Royal Infirmary in Edinburgh after feeling ill.  This is not the first time he has been in the hospital in recent years

Peter Tobin (pictured in 2012), 74, was taken to the Royal Infirmary in Edinburgh after feeling ill. This is not the first time he has been in the hospital in recent years

Mr Hamilton of Falkirk said: “We have been waiting a long, long time for news like this.

“I could not wish for anything better. I hope he suffers to be honest.

“It’s the kind of message that deserves a glass of brandy. I’ll have a drink tonight. I have a bottle I kept when he left.

“As for me, he has to suffer before he leaves, because I’ve been suffering for a long time.”

“I would like to visit him at the hospital and encourage him.

Tobin is serving a life sentence for the rape and murder of 23-year-old Polish student Angelika Kluk

He was also convicted of the murder of 15-year-old schoolgirl Vicky Hamilton

Tobin is serving a life sentence for the rape and murder of Polish student Angelika Kluk (pictured left), 23, and another life imprisoner for the murder of 15-year-old schoolgirl Vicky Hamilton (right) from Redding near Falkirk in 1991.

‘I went into his room and said,’ You’re not dying yet, you ****? I’m here to encourage you, Peter – and I hope you’re suffering like hell. ”

Serial killer Tobin was taken to hospital from prison, where he is serving a life yesterday for the murders of three young women.

Tobin is also serving a life for the rape and murder of Polish student Angelika Kluk (23) and for hiding her body under the floor of a Glasgow church and the murder of 18-year-old Dinah McNicol.

According to the Sun, Tobin is also known for pretending to be ill and allegedly suffering from serious cancer.

The killer has been behind bars since 2008.

The Scottish Prison Service has stated that it does not comment on individual prisoners.

Angelika, Dinah and Vicky: The Tragic Victims of Peter Tobin

Tobin (above) was given a life sentence for all three murders in separate trials

Tobin (above) was given a life sentence for all three murders in separate trials

Until the body of Polish student Angelika Kluk was found under the floors of the Glasgow church where Tobin worked as a handyman in 2006, his most serious offense was considered to be the rape of two young girls in 1994, for which he was imprisoned for 14 years.

After his arrest for Angelica’s murder, police began investigating Tobin’s earlier life and found the bodies of Vicky Hamilton and Dinah McNicol in a shallow grave at his former home in Margate, Kent.

Hitchhiker Dinah she had just graduated in 1991 and was tracking a man she befriended at a music festival.

Tobin, a father of two, married three times and visited his son in Portsmouth and picked them up.

The man was dropped off near the M25 and no one saw Dinah.

Tobin’s appearance and car matched the description given by Miss McNicola’s boyfriend.

Her body was found bound and clogged a few feet from another teenage victim, Vicky Hamilton, who was captured in Bathgate, Lothian, when she was heading home, also in 1991.

Vicky’s body was halved – probably to facilitate transport from Scotland. Both bodies were packed in garbage bags that held Tobin’s fingerprints.

Miss Hamilton and Miss McNicol’s remains have been found to contain traces of an antidepressant that can cause drowsiness and dizziness.

He received a life sentence for all three murders in separate trials.

Police launched Operation Anagram in 2006 to see if he could link Tobin to hundreds of other unsolved crimes, although the investigation was terminated in 2011.

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