Two prisoners - including one from Norwich - who tied up and strangled a fellow inmate while already serving life sentences for murder have been ordered to spend the rest of their lives behind bars.
Lee Newell, 44, from Norwich, and Gary Smith, 48, were both handed whole life sentences by a judge at Warwick Crown Court for the "chilling" murder of convicted child-killer Subhan Anwar.
Ruling that Newell and Smith should never be considered for parole, Mr Justice Jeremy Baker said: "There is in reality no mitigating factor in either of your cases."
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