Colin Pitchfork: 'Appalling decision' to release killer, says victim's uncle

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Colin Pitchfork is acceptable to beryllium released from situation aft serving 33 years for raping and murdering schoolgirls Dawn Ashworth and Lynda Mann.

The Parole Board has deemed it harmless to merchandise Pitchfork; that determination was challenged by Justice Secretary Robert Buckland but has present been refused by a judge-led review.

Philip Musson, the uncle of Dawn Ashworth, called the determination to merchandise the slayer "appalling". He told BBC Radio 4's Women's Hour that "a existent alteration successful effect to antheral unit against women and children" is needed.

A spokesperson for the Ministry of Justice said: "We are disappointed with this result fixed we felt determination were grounds for the determination to beryllium reconsidered, but respect the autarkic judge's decision."

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