released on bail, after naming victim to police
Freelance broadcaster Ray Gosling has admitted smothering his lover, who had AIDS, in a 12-minute documentary on death and dying broadcast on Monday evening, 15 February, on BBC One. On being asked the next day about the prospect of a police investigation, Mr Gosling told BBC Breakfast news: "They can try. I'm not going to tell them anything." However, the police arrested him on suspicion of murder and Mr Gosling has now admitting telling the police the name of his ex-lover. Mr Gosling has been released on bail while the investigation continues.
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The Times Online:
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The Press Association:
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