Mitchell Quy murdered his wife Lynsey before hiding her body at an amusement park in Southport.
He spent 18 months protesting his innocence, even going as far as to claim his wife had left him for another man.
Now Lynsey Quy's father has been sent a letter saying his daughter's killer could soon be back on the streets.
In his only television interview, Peter WiIlson spoke to our correspondent Ann O'Connor.
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A major police response has been sparked after reports of a stabbing in Southport.
A cordon is in place around The Coronation pub on King Street.
Forensic officers have been seen inside the Subway branch on the corner of King Street and Eastbank Street after reports the victim tried to escape inside.
There are blood spots in the doorway of Subway on the corner of King St where the victim reportedly ran to escape https://t.co/tvkJykhVtH
At least one person is believed to have been taken to hospital.
A police helicopter has been seen above the area. It is not known if the perpetrator has been caught.
Merseyside youngster Sam Wright who inspired thousands to sign up to the bone marrow register has died.Read the full story ›
Police have released CCTV images of two men they would like to speak to after a home was burgled in Southport.
The unknown men forced entry to a house on Silverthorne Drive which they searched before leaving on foot.
Police have viewed CCTV from the nearby area and are keen to speak to the men pictured.
Anyone who recognises them is asked to contact Liverpool CID on 0151 777 4060 or Crimestoppers, anonymously, on 0800 555 111.
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Ryan Edwards, who is known to frequent the Southport area, is described as being of slim build with brown hair and green eyes.Read the full story ›
Merseyside landlord who admitted being responsible for the death of a jobless ex-serviceman who had been doing work for him has been jailedRead the full story ›