Road rage killing appeal quashed

Road rage murderer Kenneth Noye has failed in a bid to get a 16-year minimum jail term reduced for killing Stephen Cameron. Stephen's parents live in Suffolk.

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Couple say son's killer should stay behind bars

A couple from Suffolk have spoken of their anger as the man who killed their son in a road rage attack mounted a third legal challenge over the case.

Kenneth Noye was jailed for life in 2000 for stabbing 21-year-old Stephen Cameron on the M25 in 1996.

Two earlier appeals against his conviction were turned down. Today Noye was appealing against his sentence.

ITV Anglia's Luke Farrington's been to meet Stephen's parents, who say their son's killer should stay behind bars. Click below to watch the report.

Killer fails in his bid for a reduced sentence

Road rage killer Kenneth Noye has failed in a bid to get a 16-year minimum jail term reduced.

Noye, 65, was given a mandatory life sentence in 2000 after being convicted of murdering Stephen Cameron, 21, on an M25 slip road at Swanley, Kent, in 1996.

The Court of Appeal today refused him permission to challenge the minimum 16-year term he was ordered to serve, after a hearing in London.

Stephen's parents Ken & Toni Cameron from Suffolk have criticised Noye's repeated legal appeals.

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