Watch murderer pull up at police station with stabbing victim in the passenger seat
Sukhwinder Singh drove the corpse of his victim into the car park to show police officers
CCTV shows the moment a killer drove into a police station to show the authorities the body of his victim, sat alongside him in the passenger seat of his car.
41-year-old Sukhwinder Singh stabbed Harish Kumar, his brother-in-law, to death before driving the dead body to West Bromwich police station in the West Midlands and handing himself in.
He had previously been diagnosed with paranoid schizophrenia and was mistakenly granted British citizenship after leaving India where he was previously charged with murder.
Singh served seven years for murder in India but fled to Britain in 2007 when he was released pending an appeal.
A post-mortem found that Mr Kumar was killed by a stab wound to his chest.
Singh, who used cocaine and heroin, drove his brother-in-law's body to West Bromwich police station hours after stabbing him on August 10 2017.
He believed Mr Kumar to be having an affair with his wife.
Judge Michael Challinor told Singh: "You are an extremely dangerous individual.
"You were illegally in this country having fled India where you should have been in prison serving a sentence for murder, and then you killed for a second time using a similar weapon, namely a knife."
Singh will be "subject to automatic deportation provisions" after serving his sentence.