Ian Huntley Wiki
Huntley, 45, is serving a life sentence of a minimum of 40 years at HMP Frankland in Durham County, for the 2002 murders of schoolgirls Holly Wells and Jessica Chapman in Cambridgeshire.
Soham’s killer, Ian Huntley, cried when he was thrown into an isolation cell for attacking a prison officer, it has been said today.
Ian Huntley Age
He is 45 years old.
Ian Huntley Killed Holly Wells
Regularly targeted by other prisoners, insiders claim that Huntley “has no fight in him” and is a shell of the man that the public saw imprisoned in 2003. He cursed a prison officer and was brought before the staff for an adjudication hearing, which ended in Huntley kicking another guard and being placed in isolation.
The killer has also lost his £20-a-week painting job, his favorite fish and chip dinners and the right to watch TV, sources told The Sun.
A source told the newspaper: ‘It was a pathetic and rather unfortunate attempt, more a trip than a kick. “Huntley was quickly held back and taken back to segregation, sobbing as he advanced.” The prison officer was not injured, but Huntley was still placed in segregation. Earlier this year it was reported that Huntley is in a relationship with a transgender prisoner called ‘Luna’.
Other prisoners have repeatedly attacked him, one of them trying to cut his neck in 2010 and another with a toothbrush embedded in 2017. His victims Holly and Jessica disappeared from a family barbecue in the village of Soham in Cambridgeshire on August 4, 2002. Huntley had attracted the girls to his house and killed them before throwing their bodies into a remote ditch.
Ian Huntley Arrested
He was a caretaker at the local Soham Village College, was arrested after the girls’ bodies were discovered 13 days later.
He was jailed for life in 2005 and is serving a sentence at HMP Frankland in Durham.
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