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(From Guardian Unlimited)
A prison chaplain has described the moment Vincent Tabak told him he would admit to killing the landscape architect Joanna Yeates.
Tabak was in the health unit at Long Lartin prison in Worcestershire because of fears that he could kill himself while being held over Yeates's death, Bristol crown court heard on Tuesday.
Tabak asked to speak to chaplain Peter Brotherton and told him he was feeling "so-so", the court heard. He went on: "I've got something to tell you that's going to shock you." Brotherton told the jury that he replied: "You tell me and we'll see."
Brotherton said the prisoner told him: "I'm going to change …