Saturday, May 15, 2004
Venables Thompson & CarrDis-donc! A new name joins the "prey" list of those living in secrecy but whom it'd surely not be that difficult for seasoned Net-sleuths to trace and tattle-tale?
- High Court has rejected an appeal against the injunction ensuring that Maxine Carr's appearance, movements or whereabouts be kept secret. Borinngg. Spoil-sport.
- The judgement came hours after Carr, 27, was released from prison this morning after serving half of the three-and-a-half year sentence she got for lying for Soham murderer Ian Huntley.
- The beak said it was "necessary and proportionate" ... party-pooper.
- The court was told that Carr had received a number of death threats, the most recent four days ago which said she would be "dead in six days". Yeehaww! The spirit of Vengeance lives.
- Her lawyers argued that she needs protection in the same way as Robert Thompson and Jon Venables, the boys who murdered two-year-old James Bulger.
- Carr was found guilty at the Old Bailey last year of perverting the course of justice by lying to police to provide an alibi for Huntley, who murdered 10-year-old Holly Wells and Jessica Chapman.
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