Road rage killer Kenneth Noye recommended for open prison move

Patrice Gainsbourg
Julho 3, 2017

A Parole Board spokesman said: "We can confirm that a three-member panel of the Parole Board has not directed the release of Kenneth Noye".

The recommendation will be considered by the Ministry of Justice, which will make the final decision on whether Noye can move to an open jail.

The Parole Board previously recommended he be transferred back in 2015 but the suggestion was rejected by the then justice secretary Michael Gove.

Stephen's dad Ken, 70, has continued to argue against the move.

He was given a life sentence and ordered to serve a minimum of 16 years.

The final decision will now be in the hands of new justice secretary David Lidington.

The pair traded blows and Noye grabbed a knife from his auto and stabbed the young man twice - once in the heart.

Kenneth Noye
PANoye was jailed for life in April 2000 for the road rage stabbing on an M25 slip road

Noye, from Bexleyheath, was locked up for killing Mr Cameron, 21, in front of his fiancée Danielle Cable, then 17, after the couple got into an argument with him. He was extradited in 1999 and handed a life sentence at the Old Bailey in April 2000.

In 1985 he killed undercover police officer, John Fordham at his West Kingsdown home but was acquitted on the grounds of self-defence.

In 1983, Noye was involved with the prolific Brink's-Mat bullion robbery, in which armed men posing as security guards entered the Brinks-Mat security vault at Heathrow Airport.

Now in a category C prison, Noye claims he is a reformed character who has changed his attitude to violence.

Road-rage killer Kenneth Noye has been recommended for transfer to an open prison, the Parole Board has said.

The Parole Board on Monday refused to order his release but recommended his transfer to an open prison.

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