Murderers who refuse to reveal where bodies are buried to be denied parole under new law
Well, yes, see the point.
Marie McCourt has begged murderer Ian Simms to tell her the whereabouts of her daughter’s remains ever since the insurance clerk vanished on her way home from work in 1988.
But the pub landlord, who was convicted by a jury on overwhelming DNA evidence of the 22-year-old’s abduction and murder and is still in jail, has always maintained his innocence.
But what if he is actually innocent?
Actually, not that it makes that much difference. Insisting that you are actually innocent does delay release upon licence….