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Killer Ian Huntley wants to say sorry to murdered school girls Holly Wells and Jessica Chapman

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Trevor Sherwood
Trevor Sherwood writes crime and policing news and graduated Teesside Uni with a degree in Crime & Investigation.

Double Child Killer Ian Huntley has announced he wants to say sorry to the parents of the school girls he killed.

The news comes fourteen years after Holly Wells and Jessica Champman were murdered.

The Mirror has reported he has admitted to a prison inmate  “I lost control of my mind. I would like to explain to them what I did. I wish I hadn’t done it.”

The Killer announced to an inmate that he spent three years with that he would like to say sorry to the parents. He would also like the opportunity to say sorry to Maxine Carr.

 

Carr was jailed back in 2002 for helping Huntley cover up the killings.

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