The High Court has ruled that a man who murdered three children in the Midlands 40 years ago, should not be allowed to remain anonymous.
62-year-old David McGreavy was jailed for life in 1973, after killing the children he was babysitting. The gagging order had been made because of fears that the killer's own life was in danger.
Chris Halpin sent this report.
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