A man who admitted murdering his step grandmother has been jailed for life. Jack Huxley began attacking his victim, Janis Dundas, while she was asleep. This, after she put a roof over his head when he'd nowhere else to go.
A man who murdered his step-grandmother has been jailed for life. Jack Huxley repeatedly stabbed 63 year old Janis Dundas at her home in Ellesmere Port. Liverpool Crown Court heard how the attack was sexually motivated.The judge ordered that Huxley serves a minimum of 21 years and 8 months
"She was a mummy, a grandmother, sister and daughter, a clever and insightful woman murdered so brutally by a man she had invited into her home.Her murder has left a deep and dark hole in our lives. The sentence imposed in some ways reflects the gravity of this crime and gives us some consolation.Our wonderful life has been shattered and all we can now do is try not to let the incomprehensible actions of one man become our focus.Instead, we will try to rejoice in the memories we have of a truly wonderful woman, our beautiful mummy."
– Jessica Knight, Mrs Dundas's daughter
"At the time of her death, Janis was not in the best of health and was recovering from a hip operation which hindered her mobility. Janis lived in a one bedroom flat, but despite this she agreed to let Jack Huxley sleep in her living room as she wanted to help him. ... While Janis was in bed Huxley trawled the internet for porn and then brutally murdered her while she slept. Huxley then mutilated her after her death. This was a truly shocking case and Jack Huxley has shown no remorse throughout this investigation. "
A man who murdered his step-grandmother has been jailed for life. Jack Huxley repeatedly stabbed 63 year old Janis Dundas at her home in Ellesmere Port. Liverpool Crown Court heard how the attack was sexually motivated. Huxley will serve a minimum of 21 years 8 months
A man who admitted murdering his step grandmother in a sexually motivated attack is due to be sentenced later. Jack Huxley, who's 21, repeatedly stabbed Janis Dundas as she lay in bed. Liverpool Crown Court heard how Huxley had searched for pornography on Janis's computer, hours before her death.