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TOPIC: Road-rage killer released

Road-rage killer released 3 Months, 2 Weeks ago  
It seems that Kenneth Noye, 72, who stabbed 21-year-old motorist, Stephen Cameron, to death in 1996 while out on licence and has just been released after serving 20 years of a life sentence (minimum term 16 years) is a gangster who previously stabbed a policeman to death and is likely to live out his twilight years in a luxury villa on the Costa del Sol.

Road rage killer Kenneth Noye has '£5MILLION stashed away and will flee Britain for luxury Spanish hilltop villa' after his release from prison after 21 years

Killer Noye used a 9in knife he kept in his car to stab Mr Cameron on a slip road of the M25 in 1996 as the victim's fiancee looked on in horror.

He had already served eight years of a 14-year sentence for handling gold stolen in the Brink's-Mat bullion robbery in 1983.

During the infamous robbery, six gunmen burst into a warehouse near Heathrow Airport and doused security guards in petrol before escaping with £26million.

In 1985 Noye stabbed police officer John Fordham 10 times after he found the officer, camouflaged, and hiding in the back garden of his home.

But a jury found him not guilty of murder or manslaughter on the grounds of self-defence.

He was out on licence when he stabbed and killed Mr Cameron, fleeing to Spain the day after the murder because he did not believe he would get a 'fair trial' in the UK. …

He was jailed for life at the Old Bailey with a minimum term of 16 years.

Tweet from Richard Bartholomew of the Barthsnotes blog:

"Kenneth Noye "no longer poses a risk to the public", despite the fact that the main witness at his trial has to remain in hiding and despite that in 2015 he wrote a sinister note apparently threatening the author of a book about him"

Tweets from Frank Matthews, apparently the pseudonym of a former Met Police undercover detective with 25 years experience of investigating organised crime (source):

"Road rage killer Kenneth Noye 'will flee to life of luxury in Spain' How about ⁦@NCA_LynneOwens⁩ ⁦@HMRCgovuk⁩ apply for an Unexplained Wealth Order against this man & show the Public that you are actively pursuing Organised Criminals?"

"Agreed, Organised Criminals are running rings around Law Enforcement Agencies. The current Management have not learnt from the mistakes made in the past & so the cycle continues but it's getting much worse than before."
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Re:Road-rage killer released 3 Months, 2 Weeks ago  
Noye is a habitual criminal - and was an active police informant. Mainly to his fellow Freemasons - police officers at their Hammersmith lodge.

A major fence in a 6,000+ gold bar robbery in the 80s at Heathrow - and acquitted of murdering a police officer in the garden of his home.

Whilst out of prison on licence - he was involved in a road rage incident at an M25 junction, when he killed the other driver, and was given a life sentence.

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Re:Road-rage killer released 3 Months, 2 Weeks ago  
I doubt he will get the grief that Rolfs Harris get or DLT it's all madness
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Re:Road-rage killer released 3 Months, 2 Weeks ago  
Yes, 'M', it's crazy. I wasn't aware that he was a police informant, Barney, most interesting. I find it astounding that he could stab someone to death (10 times according to that DM article) and be acquitted not just of murder but of manslaughter too. If it's true that a witness at his road rage trial has to remain in hiding, I wonder if the jury in the trial that saw him acquitted of murder/manslaughter was nobbled.
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Re:Road-rage killer released 3 Months, 2 Weeks ago  
What is the point of locking people up for trivial things and letting dangerous loonies go free?
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Re:Road-rage killer released 3 Months, 2 Weeks ago  
Jo wrote:
I find it astounding that he could stab someone to death (10 times according to that DM article)

I also find it astounding that he could stab someone to death 10 times. Even cats are not so resilient.
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