British television star CJ de Mooi, real name Joseph Connagh, was arrested for a murder he claims to have committed in Amsterdam in 1988. In his biography, De Mooi claims he punched a junkie hard in the face and dumped him into the canal. "I assume that I killed him." The Prosecutor does not know who the victim was, but 12 bodies were found in the water that year
CJ de Mooi, a well-known British panelist on the BBC quiz show Eggheads, believes that he killed a drug addict in Amsterdam in 1988. In his biography My Journey From the Streets to the Screen, which was published this past week, he writes that he knocked out a man who was trying to mug him and threw him into the canal.
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