He was Broadmoor’s youngest inmate when he was incarcerated at the age of 14 for poisoning his family. He was sent down for a minimum of 15 years and yet, here he was, less than ten years later, being released.
Not only had he not stopped poisoning inside (one inmate died of cyanide) he openly admitted that his revenge on release would be to kill one person for every year he had spent in jail. This didn’t influence their decision to free him.
What happened next wasn’t surprising...