The mothers of two teenage girls murdered in a gangland shooting a decade ago say they're serving a life sentence while their daughters' killers could one day walk free from prison.
Letitia Shakespeare and Charlene Ellis were shot outside a hair salon in Aston in Birmingham ten years ago today when they were caught up in a botched revenge attack.
Four men were jailed for life for the murders.
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Mohammed Alam was sentenced in his absence in 2010 for an attack on a woman in Cheltenham.
A murderer who knifed his victim in the neck but later told police he was a "peaceful" man has been jailed for life.
A three-year-old boy from Derbyshire has made a dramatic recovery after doctors almost switched off his life machine earlier this year.