Oct 19 2012 By Carl Gavaghan
A BUILDER who made a sick quip about the Moors Murderer after abducting a woman and raping her twice at knifepoint 25 years ago was jailed for 12 years today (Friday).
John Good (pictured), 54, subjected his victim to a terrifying ordeal as she walked home alone from an Uxbridge nightclub following a row with her boyfriend.
The victim had been out with her boyfriend and his friends at the Regal nightclub in High Street.
But she separated from the group in the early hours of July 5, 1987.
As she walked along Hillingdon Road, Good pulled up alongside her, held a knife to her cheek and grabbed her by the arm, forcing her into his car.
He forced himself on her in a multi-storey car park and on a petrol station forecourt before letting her go.
Moments before he released her, Good said: "Don't worry - I'm not going to kill you like the Moors Murderer."
He was not linked to the crime for nearly a quarter of a century, until a DNA sample, taking following an arrest for drink-driving in 2008, was linked to stains on the victim's clothing with a one in 320 million match.
Good, of Cherry Crescent, Brentford denied rape and kidnap, but was convicted following a retrial at the Old Bailey.