John Worboys will be asked if he objects to wearing an electronic tag when he is eventually released from prison.
Worboys, 60, dubbed the ‘black cab rapist’, was due to be freed at the end of last month after being granted parole.
The Telegraph has learnt that the original conditions for Worboys’ release allowed him to live in London and without an electronic tag.
A Parole Board judged him no longer a risk to the public at a hearing in December despite complaints that he drugged and sexually assaulted more than 100 women while working as a London taxi driver.
Victims have now protested to the Parole Board about the terms of his release. They are demanding he is tagged and is banned from London where most of his victims live.
It’s the Queen’s justice, not mob justice, or good reason.
Given the democracy bit it’s absolutely fine to shout about how the law should be changed. But not to insist that a specific individual be subject to punishment not sentenced to by a court, nor that a specific individual must be punished without the law.