GUILTY UK - Holly Wells, 10, & Jessica Chapman, 10, murdered, Soham, 4 Aug 2002

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  1. Doyle

    Doyle New Member

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    Soham murderer Ian Huntley has been moved to Wakefield Prison - one of Britain's toughest jails.
    Huntley, 30, arrived at the top security jail on Friday from Belmarsh Prison in London where he had been held since before his Old Bailey trial.
    http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/england/cambridgeshire/3655727.stm
     


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  3. Casshew

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    Update:

    Maxine Carr's namesakes fearful of jail release

    As the ex-girlfriend of a double child killer whose crimes she tried to cover up, Maxine Carr is perhaps Britain's most hated women - and, as she prepares for freedom, a real worry for her 17 namesakes.

    British women unfortunate enough to share Carr's name are to receive special police protection lest they face attacks from a vigilante mistaking them for the jailed 27-year-old, the Britain's Sunday Telegraph has reported.

    One is even considering whether she might have to change her name or move house, the paper said.

    Carr acquired her reviled status after partner Ian Huntley murdered 10-year-old girls Holly Wells and Jessica Chapman in the town of Soham, eastern England, in August 2002.

    Although she was in a different part of the country when Huntley committed the crime, Carr was convicted of conspiring to pervert the course of justice in 2003 at one of the highest-profile trials Britain has seen for many years.

    There are reports that Carr could be released from her prison sentence as soon as next week.

    Another Maxine Carr - one of just 17 in Britain - told the newspaper that she was dreading this moment.

    "When I say my name on the phone, people go very quiet for a minute while they ponder if I could really be her," the 38-year-old Carr said.

    "I just hope and pray that no idiots or nutters do anything," she added.

    "I don't want to have to change my name or do anything like moving house. I don't see why I should."

    Another, a 76-year-old widow, said she had also considered drastic measures.

    "I was thinking of changing my name to Marjorie Carr, but then I thought, why the hell should I? I haven't done anything wrong.'"

    http://www.abc.net.au/news/newsitems/s1104385.htm
     
  4. Doyle

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    The father of murdered schoolgirl Holly Wells has given support to Humberside's police chief, who faces suspension over his handling of the murder inquiry.
    Kevin Wells said if David Westwood was suspended it would be a "travesty".

    The chief constable's future has been in doubt since criticism in the Bichard Inquiry, which prompted the home secretary to demand his suspension.

    But the Home Office said on Sunday Mr Wells' support did not alter Home Secretary David Blunkett's stance.

    A spokesman said the Home Office was aware Holly Wells' family supported the chief constable and it respected their views.
    http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/uk_news/3843479.stm
     
  5. Hugh

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    Blunkett is addressing the matter tomorrow. he does have the power to overrule the Humberside police committee if he wishes. My guess is that he will sack him as Mr Blunkett is not one to be swayed by opinion, I have a lot of time for Blunkett who des not pander to the PC brigade unlike his lord and our master Mr Blur.

    Not sure why this guy should go as I think that most of what occurred happened before he was appointed.

    Another recommendation from Bichard was that the police get a national computer for intelligence. GET, GET !!! I thought we had one. Apparently not, unless an officer reads the flyers sent from one force to antother these guys like huntley will get away with it.
     
  6. Casshew

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    Shock over killer's pagan ploy

    CHILD-KILLER Ian Huntley is trying to become a witch behind bars.

    The Soham monster - serving life for the murder of 10-year-old pals Holly Wells and Jessica Chapman - has applied to study for the priesthood of the pagan creed of Wicca - which prisoners can learn at the taxpayers' expense.

    Insiders at top-security Wakefield Jail in Yorkshire are convinced Huntley's application is a ploy to get off the wings and dodge a number of death threats.

    He had been turning up regularly for prison church services every Sunday.

    As part of his witchcraft lessons, Huntley would follow a Wiccan course book handed out to prison staff.

    It states: 'You will learn the inner principles and secrets of Witchcraft. You will develop a broad range of powerful magickal skills.

    'You will learn how to weave spells, work magic, create rituals, celebrate Wiccan festivals, bring yourself into alignment with the deepest forces at work in this Universe andon this planet.

    'You will join a Circle of the Wise - Witchcraft - Coven. Wicca is a Mystery tradition of Priestesses and Priests. You will be working towards initiation into this tradition.'

    http://www.dailyrecord.co.uk/news/tm_objectid=14417171&method=full&siteid=89488&headline=evil-huntley-learns-witchcraft-in-jail-name_page.html
     
  7. WasBlind

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    For Jessica & Holly

    We won't forgot.
    With love and hope, Lanie
     
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    :clap: :clap: :clap: :clap: :clap: :clap: :clap: http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/england/west_yorkshire/4248052.stm
    Prison sources confirmed Huntley had been the victim of the attack and he was being treated at the site.

    Huntley murdered Jessica Chapman and Holly Wells in Soham in August 2002.

    A spokeswoman for the Prison Service said: "We can confirm a prisoner on the health care wing at HMP Wakefield was, on 14 September, attacked with boiling water by another prisoner.



    BUT WHY BOTHER TREATING HIM??? I'D JUST LEAVE HIS SORRY A## IN HIS CELL.
     
  9. Brefie

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    Exactly!
     
  10. Casshew

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    Huntley deserves anything he gets :furious:
     
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    He is one of the most hated men in England, I followed the the entire case..........
     
  12. blueclouds

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    Next to the JAMES BULGER CASE.... WHICH IS MOST APPALLING AS his killers are FREE AND NEW identities..... THIS guy wins the next prize. :sick:
     
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    Huntley fails his 3rd suicide attempt!


    HUNTLEY was stretchered out of prison as fellow inmates jeered: “Let the b*****d die.”

    A source said: “The ambulance arrived around 5pm.

    They tried to get staff to volunteer to go to the hospital with him because no one wanted to go.

    Finally he was carried out on a chair stretcher.

    “Inmates in the healthcare wing were shouting, ‘Let the b*****d die, let him die’.”
    http://www.thesun.co.uk/article/0,,2-2007450384,00.html
     
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    kazzbar Inactive

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    Thanks for the update...when it comes to Huntley it is hard not to echo his fellow inmates words...just a shame that his accomplice is not banged up also anymore.
     
  15. missacorah

    missacorah New Member

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    More abuse for Huntley I think!

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    SOHAM killer Ian Huntley last night faced running a gauntlet of hate after being put into the main wing of a jail.

    He had been in a private cell for seven years to keep him away from other lags and give him round-the-clock protection.
    But he is now in the regular maximum security wing at Frankland Jail near Durham.
    It is the first time he has been close to normal prisoners since his arrest in 2002 for the murders in Soham, Cambs, of 10-year-olds Holly Wells and Jessica Chapman.
    There have been two attempts by other lags to kill him.
    Former caretaker Huntley, 34, has also been under special watch after three suicide bids.
    In one attempt at Woodhill Prison, Bucks, in 2003 he downed 32 anti-depressants.
    He took another massive overdose in 2006 in Wakefield Jail, West Yorks.
    A source told The Sun: "He's now on his own. He's had it cushy for so long. This is going to be a shock for him."
    A senior jail insider said: "We do not expect Huntley to be at any greatly increased risk of an attack."

    More here
    http://www.thesun.co.uk/sol/homepag...tley-faces-lags-hate-in-jail-cell-switch.html
     
  16. mistivon

    mistivon Verified Insider - Maricela Garcia

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    No chance, surely.
     
  18. zencompass

    zencompass May today be the day. Justice for Abby and Libby.

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    Patricia Wiltshire, forensic botanist, "played a key role in solving this crime."

    I find it so interesting when law enforcement bring in people from "outside the box", so to speak. It's wonderful when this is effective!

    The crime of her life
     
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