Road rage killer Kenny Noye eligible for open prison

A Parole Board has recommended that the M25 road rage killer Kenneth Noye should be transferred to an open prison. Noye was convicted of the murder of Stephen Cameron in 2000 and jailed for life. It was recommended that he serves at least 16 years.

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Parents ''devastated'' son's killer could move to open prison

M25 road-rage killer Kenneth Noye could be moved to an open prison - following a parole board recommendation.

Noye - now 68 - murdered Stephen Cameron on a roundabout above the motorway, in Kent, in 1996. He was sentenced to life imprisonment with a recommendation that he served a minimum of 16 years.

Stephen Cameron's parents Ken and Toni say they're devastated at today's news - and that Noye should never leave prison.

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