IAN Huntley was jailed for killing Holly Wells and Jessica Chapman after the 10-year-old schoolgirls went blank in 2002.
Here’s all we know about because Huntley murdered the two youngsters and what has happened to him in jail given the murders 15 years ago.
What happened in the Soham murder case?
Huntley was a caretaker at Soham Village College in East Anglia when Holly and Jessica were reported blank on Sunday, Aug 4, 2002, after going to a family barbecue.
They had left out to buy some candy and on the way home walked past Huntley’s house.
He invited them inside his residence and was found guilty of killing them both.
Their bodies were not found until some-more than a week after 12 miles from Soham.
Huntley was arrested in tie with the girls’ murder in 2002 and he was convicted a year later.
A judge condemned Huntley to two terms of life imprisonment.
A High Court after set a smallest term of 40 years in jail.
What has happened to Huntley in jail – and when did he change his name?
Huntley is now at HMP Frankland in Durham which is also where Sean Mercer, who gunned down Rhys Jones, was sent.
According to reports, while in prison, Huntley has been pounded by other inmates.
He was stabbed in the neck by another invalid using a DIY handle done by melting a razor blade onto plastic cutlery in 2010.
The loiter responsible, Damien Fowkes, recently had his own throat slashed by another restrained at HMP Whitemoor.
Huntley also reportedly had a bust up with the Yorkshire Ripper, Peter Sutcliffe.
But it was after claimed that the span had put their passion behind them and had assimilated with murderer Levi Bellfield to applaud the anniversary of Sutcliffe’s arrest.
A sealed picture of Huntley sent from Frankland suggested he had changed his name to Lian.
Huntley’s face is accompanied by the message: “Best Wishes. Ian Lian Huntley.”
It has been reported Huntley wants a “sex change” so he can spend his life term in a woman’s prison.
A former invalid suggested his enterprise to the Daily Star.
He allegedly thinks he would have a better life in a womanlike prison and was reportedly seen purchasing make up from the canteen.
Where is Frankland prison?
HMP Frankland is a Category A men’s jail holding up to 808 criminals.
The jail, located in the County Durham encampment of Brasside, is indifferent for lags with a judgment of some-more than 4 years and those deliberate high-risk.
Current prisoners embody Yorkshire Ripper Peter Sutcliffe, Milly Dowler murderer Levi Bellfield, and Michael Adebolajo – the Muslim nonconformist obliged for the killing of Lee Rigby.
Former inmates of the jail embody torpedo alloy Harold Shipman, scandalous felon Charles Bronson, and football debase Adam Johnson.
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