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Road rage killer could be released from prison

Kenneth Noye was jailed in 2000 for stabbing a man to death

One of Britain's most notorious prisoners could be released in six months, as he faces his latest parole review.

Kenneth Noye was jailed in 2000 for stabbing 21-year-old Stephen Cameron at the M25 Swanley interchange in Kent after an argument. Noye was given a life sentence and ordered to serve a minimum of 16 years.

Will Kenneth Noye be released from prison?

Kenneth Noye was jailed after M25 murder Credit: ITV

Kenneth Noye - jailed for the murder of Stephen Cameron on the M25 in Kent - will learn in the next few days if he's to be released from prison.

The 68-year-old year-old career criminal had his parole hearing today after serving 15 years of a life sentence.

Before the 'road rage' murder of Mr Cameron, Noye served 14 years for conspiracy to handle bullion from the £26m Brink's-Matt robbery in 1983.

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