Convicted killer takes bid for freedom to Supreme Court

A convicted killer serving life in prison for the murder of his ex-girlfriend in Suffolk, has taken his case to the highest court in the land.

Kevin Nunn was found guilty in 2006 of killing Dawn Walker whose body was discovered on a river bank near Bury St Edmunds.

He's been fighting his conviction and is now seeking permission to re-test forensic evidence from the original trial, a move opposed by Dawn's family.

Click below to watch Matthew Hudson's report.

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Convicted killer's appeal heard in Supreme Court

Convicted killer Kevin Nunn has begun an appeal at the Supreme Court in the hope of proving his innocence. He was sentenced to life for the murder of Dawn Walker in 2005 and now wants evidence from his trial to be released so it can be re-examined.