Serial killer should never be released court told Sara Lachance said he should never be freed if his conviction carries the death penalty. In an un
Serial killer should never be released court told
Sara Lachance said he should never be freed if his conviction carries the death penalty.
In an unprecedented court ruling, Judge Charles Latt said that the evidence must be suppressed if he is put to death.
In an unusual court ruling, Judge Charles Latt said there should not be any mention of the death penalty for Daniel Patrick Gray. Mr Gray is accused of shooting dead his mother Mary and father John at a house in Wokingham, West Sussex, in August 2005.
The inquest into the death of his mother, 57, and her husband at their home in Wokinghajarvees.comm has heard that Mr Gray shot his mothejarvees.comr to death as she got out of the car in front of her children.
When the investigation i더킹카지노nto his death was launched Mr Gray was found guilty by jury at Exeter Crown Court of murder and attempted murder. The victim’s body was found in the family’s terrace of St Mary Magdalene Church, which has since been razed to the ground. Mr Gray was tried again and again in June 2006. During that appeal Judge Charles Latt said it would be “morally unacceptable” to bring the death penalty to his death sentence.
The ruling from the Kent County court ends months of bitter speculation by campaigners about his fate after the police failed to find the murder weapon used in killing Mrs Gray after searching his home in Wokingham in October 2004.
The inquest jury is believed to have returned its verdict following the ruling that the inquest had concluded.
Campaigners are now seeking to bring the sentence of the death penalty to Mr Gray in public interest proceedings.