Helen’s law: killer refused parole for failing to disclose where body hidden
Glyn Razzel, who murdered his wife in 2002, first person affected by new law, named after woman who vanished in 1988
A prisoner has become the first person to be refused parole under a new law that makes make it harder for killers to be released if they refuse to reveal where they hid their victim’s body.
Glyn Razzell is serving a life sentence for the murder of his estranged wife, Linda Razzell, 41, who disappeared on her way to work at Swindon College in Wiltshire in March 2002. Razzell denied her killing but was found guilty by a jury and no trace of her body has ever been found.Continue reading...