The widow of a former Leicestershire policeman says she is horrified that her husband's killer is appealing against his conviction for a second time.
Ameen Jogee was sentenced to 20 years in prison in 2012 for encouraging an accomplice to stab 47-year-old Paul Fyfe. That sentence has since been reduced to 18 years.
Tracey Fyfe has already sat through one retrial, and she told our reporter Jane Hesketh, she can't face the thought of another one.
Tracey Fyfe says listening to the evidence at the trial into her husband's murder, then again at appeal, was horrendous, and she doesn't want to relive it all again..
Forty-seven year old Paul Fyfe from Old Dalby near Melton Mowbray was stabbed in the chest at a house in Rowletts Hill in Leicester in June 2011.
Ameen Hassan Jogee, was given 20 years in prison and had a previous appeal dismissed, but has now applied to appeal for a second time.
Mrs Fyfe has launched an online petition to stop convicted murderers from appealing their sentences more than once.