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Harrowing Reality of UKs' Biggest Ever Manhunt For Raoul Moat From The Cop Who Led It

Police chief Neil Adamson held detailed talks with Lee Ingleby, who plays his younger self in ITV ’s The Hunt for Raoul Moat


BBC 9 APR 2023





Retired Chief Superintendent Neil Adamson





David Rathband was blinded after being shot by Moat


Police chief Neil Adamson led the biggest manhunt this country has seen, with the pursuit of deranged shotgun killer Raoul Moat.

And now the retired detective chief superintendent has re-lived the emotional rollercoaster for a new TV series based on the week-long drama.



Neil held detailed talks with Lee Ingleby, who plays his younger self in ITV ’s The Hunt for Raoul Moat.

He talked the actor through his experiences, recalling how the 17-stone bully went on the run after murdering a love rival, wounding an ex-girlfriend and blinding traffic officer David Rathband.

He then vanished into open country, living rough around Rothbury, Northumberland, and taunting police with phone calls before he was finally cornered and shot himself.

Neil, 57, has seen all three episodes of the series and says its disturbing scenes take him back to the most challenging days of his 30-year career.

“They show when I met David Rathband in hospital and that brought all the emotions back. He was in a terrible state.

“His face was severely swollen and peppered with gunshot wounds.

“He was so brave and asked us to catch Moat. He was still being really professional despite the state he was in.

“I told him – and I meant it – that we would do everything we could.”





Chris Brown was gunned down by Raoul Moat






Neil praised the fine acting in the story of Moat’s flight from justice and his eventual riverbank suicide.

It began on July 3, 2010, two days after the ex-bouncer was freed from prison. The 37-year-old used a sawn-off shotgun to kill Chris Brown, new partner of ex-girlfriend Samantha Stobbart. He then shot and wounded Samantha.

Moat hated the police and was driven by insane jealousy of Chris, whom he falsely believed to be a serving officer.

The following night he sneaked up on PC Rathband and blasted him twice in the face at point-blank range. Unable to come to terms with his injuries, the officer killed himself 19 months later.

After the shootings Moat, 6ft 3in and powerfully built, met up with two accomplices driving a black Lexus. That car turned out to be key to the hunt.



Moat's ex-girlfriend Samantha Stobbart



Neil is pleased the TV drama puts the victims first, with the opening episode showing Chris and Sam’s love story.

He says: “I always think of Chris’s mum Sally. She was so dignified, if frustrated that her son had been forgotten.

“At the time this was a classic case where Moat was the story when actually it should have been the victims.”

The series concentrates on the intense scrutiny Neil and his team were under as on-the-run Moat threatened to shoot members of the public and police.

He says: “Lee portrays the pressure the whole force was under.



Moat shot himself after almost a week on the run



“The eyes of the world were on us. We were worried he had slipped the net.



“The drama shows the doubts we had and how we were challenged in press conferences. The really big test was to hold our nerve.”

In one scene Lee, playing Neil, walks out of a pub as the words ‘Raoul Moat, he’s our mate....he kills coppers’ is being sung to the tune of London Bridge is Falling Down.

It’s a dramatic device to show how Moat was glorified by a certain minority – but doesn’t reflect the reality. Neil says: “We never got anywhere near a pub. But that is drama. The pressure we were under is captured well.

“I was going into work at 5am and not leaving until very late. We were sure Moat was hiding somewhere in that huge estate of Cragside and Rothbury.

“When we found his tent we saw he had access to a radio and newspapers.

“He had left a dictaphone message saying he was going to kill a member of the public for every lie he read.

“When we found that, the threat level went through the roof. Up to that point it was a threat against the police.

“In his first call he said he was going to go after officers. Six minutes later he shot David Rathband.

“We knew he was serious and the coverage became feverish. A TV reporter outside our HQ was giving updates at what felt like 10-minute intervals.

“We expressed concerns about some of the reports because Moat was following what was said in the papers and on the radio. This was the biggest UK police operation in the era of 24-hour news. The Sky helicopter was up before us at times.”

Before he shot PC Rathband, Moat had made a shocking call to police on a pay-as-you-go phone saying he was “hunting for officers”.



Neil describes what happened after that: “He parked out of sight of PC Rathband, sneaked up, shot him twice in the face and jumped back in the Lexus. That Lexus was key.

“We put out details and it was spotted by a member of the public.”

Moat’s accomplices were caught on July 7 and the killer fled to open country around Rothbury.

By this stage Northumbria Police had called in help from hundreds of outside officers. Experts, psychologists and even survival guru Ray Mears were involved. Theresa May, then Home Secretary, had regular updates.

Neil says the psychological advice police received was crucial. “They said Moat would show himself unless he had been trained in survival and that is what happened.”

It was a member of the public who spotted him in the end. Neil remembers: “He rang to say ‘That man you’re after, he’s at the end of the street’. It was the moment we had been waiting for.”

The sharp-eyed member of the public received a Ł10,000 reward.


By now it was the evening of June 9, almost seven days since Moat’s first shot rang out.

Neil’s first question when the call came in was obvious. “Are we sure it is him?” They were.


A tense six-hour standoff followed as negotiators tried to persuade Moat to give himself up. The scenes were beamed live on television. Former England footballer Paul Gascoigne turned up, claiming to know Moat, and offered to tempt him out with chicken and lager. He was politely asked to leave.

A Taser was used to try and avert Moat’s suicide. But it was not enough.

The killer put the gun to his head and pulled the trigger.

His death closed the biggest manhunt in British criminal history and its retelling will captivate millions.

Neil says: “The TV story is told through the eyes of a small number of characters but in reality hundreds were involved...and they all played their part.”


* The Hunt for Raoul Moat airs on ITV later this month.





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Raoul Moats' Daughter Breaks Silence to Reveal Torture The Killer Inflicted on Her

Chantelle, 22, has spoken out to blast people who 'hero-worship' her abusive dad, and says she blames Paul Gascoigne for turning the infamous manhunt into a joke


BBC 18 SEP 2023







Moat with two-year-old Chantelle in 2003








Chantelle, 22, is speaking out because she is sickened that people hero worship her dad. Moat went on the rampage in 2010, shooting his ex-girlfriend, murdering her lover and then hunting down a police officer.

Chantelle said: “My father has always been a monster. That is all I have ever known him as. When I was young, there was no monster under my bed – he slept next door to me.”

She added: “If you idolise him you are idolising every woman beater, every child abuser and you’re practically making the situation into a joke... By idolising him they are saying his crimes are OK.” People have been appalled by things such as a plaque on a bench “in loving memory” of Moat, adding he was “taken too soon”.



Brave Chantelle put her father behind bars. Days after he was freed from his 18-week sentence for assaulting her, the former bouncer armed himself with a sawn-off shotgun and blasted his ex Samantha Stobbart. Moat shot dead her boyfriend, Chris Brown, 29, then declared war on Northumbria Police, phoning to say: “They’ve hunted me for years, now it’s my turn.”

As officers searched for him he shot PC David Rathband in the face, blinding him. The officer took his own life in 2012 aged 44.

Her terrifying dad had invented dozens of cruel punishments for her. It included being forced to stand in heavy rain at a bus stop wearing just a thin nightdress.

When Moat, 37, was cornered in Rothbury, Northumberland, he killed himself. Chantelle was being guarded at a police station. On her mum breaking the news her dad had died, Chantelle said: “I’d have been nine or 10. I didn’t cry, I said, ‘We’re finally safe’.”

A few years later she watched in horror as Moat used a baseball bat covered in glass to kill their pet dog outside her bedroom door.

She said: “It was an American pitbull and they were illegal. When he beat the dog to death I was afraid he was going to kill somebody... and I hoped it was me.” She added: “He used to force me to have freezing cold baths. I had to go all the way under with only my nose, mouth and eyes showing.

“Then he made me cut the front garden with scissors until I had blisters on my fingers. He wouldn’t let me have any water so I was drinking from the gutter. He used to threaten to feed me to his piranhas he kept in a tank.” She starts shaking as she recalls how he tied her to a chair overnight in the dark for stealing food.

She said: “I think he starved me. I had to eat toast out of school bins or off the floor. We were scared of him, terrified. He had a Samurai sword, a crossbow and a shotgun or pistol under his bed. There was also CCTV all over the house.” Chantelle added: “I remember thinking about taking one of his weapons and taking him head-on.”

She was forced to watch as her dad smashed or burned toys that her mum bought her. Chantelle said: “I was devastated.” Moat was able to abuse her for years because he was given sole custody when she was about five.

Steroid-addicted Moat conned social services with lies about her mum, saying she had drugs in the house and had stabbed him.
He forced Chantelle to repeat the lies to social workers or risk a beating.

“My mum warned them, they just didn’t listen,” Chantelle said. She was made to take on the adult role at home. She did housework until 10pm and even had to clean Moat’s ears. Chantelle, who feels the authorities failed her, finally escaped his clutches when she plucked up the courage to show an adult at school her bruises.

She said: “I was so afraid my father would kill me, I knew I had to tell someone. I showed an adult the six bruises on my spine. I think it was a school counsellor. I said, ‘you can’t let me go back to my dad’. I can’t remember if it was the beating I got over a printer or a uniform.

“My father got mad at a printer, threw it at the wall and his next words horrified me... ‘Turn around so I can hit you’. On another occasion I forgot to wash the school uniforms. He pinned me to the floor. I was so terrified I wet myself.”

Chantelle, who was aged nine when she gave evidence in court, said: “I was sobbing because his lawyer would not believe me.



“[My father] got 18 weeks while I’ve had a lifetime of torment. Someone said ‘you’re safe now’. I said I’d never be safe while he was alive.” She added: “For the longest time, I felt responsible for what happened to Samantha, Chris and David. If I had not gone against my father, maybe they wouldn’t have [been shot]. I’m so sorry for the devastation my father caused.”

She hopes her words will help others. Chantelle said: “If you or someone you know is being abused, please speak up. I wish someone had saved me when I was too scared to save myself.”

Raoul Moat's daughter Chantelle blames Paul Gascoigne for people hero-worshipping her father.

The former Newcastle, Tottenham and England footballer turned up at the scene as Moat was being surrounded by armed police officers. The pitch legend, in his dressing gown, had brought chicken, lager and a fishing rod, determined to talk to Moat. He has since said he believed he was the “best therapist in the world” and was capable of “saving Raoul”.

But Chantelle blasted the star, saying: “I think people hero-worship my dad because of Gazza. Because he turned up at the scene with food and a fishing rod, he turned it into a joke. Paul Gascoigne said he was trying to save him because he had kids.

“But we were better off with him dead. I don’t mourn him. I mourn the dad I should have had. We would never have been safe.” She said Moat conned people into liking him with a “mask”. She added: “Look at how many people put flowers down for him, it’s ridiculous. How is it that what he did is not enough for you not to realise?

"It’s ridiculous and it made me angry. By idolising him they are saying his crimes are okay, that what he did to me was okay. I would say if you idolise him you are idolising every woman beater, every child abuser and you’re practically making the situation into a joke.”

Raoul Moat used daughter's 35ft fall from bedroom window to taunt her mum

Raoul Moat's daughter Chantelle hit the headlines when she was aged two and survived a 35ft fall.


But even her lucky escape in 2003 was used by Moat who lied to social workers and claimed her mum had dropped her. In fact, she had toppled out of the bedroom window and landed on a washing line, which saved her life by breaking her fall. Paramedics feared she had broken her spine. But she incredibly suffered just a few bruises. She spent four days in hospital.

Moat told the media he had come home from the gym and found her motionless on the ground. He added: ““It was the worst moment of my life. I looked down and she was just lying there motionless. I felt sick and thought for sure she was dead. When I got there I was relieved to see her moving, she was even trying to get up, and I just rushed over to her.

“I think she must have been in shock, she had bruising and scratches all over her face. It’s amazing how well she survived it; it is a miracle that she is alive at all.” After the incident, Moat was accused by council staff of being aggressive and threatening and warned his tenancy was at risk.

The report went on to say Chantelle had been put down for her afternoon nap by her mum when the accident happened. Moat added:

“Chantelle is a very big girl and very strong for her age. She had managed to pull her bed under the window - it’s not a very big bed and she somehow managed to drag it across the room. She is, as I said, very strong for her age - I’m a nightclub bouncer, so maybe she gets it from me.”



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