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Killer Kenneth Noye wins right to parole hearing after stabbing to death Stephen Cameron during road rage attack on M25

Double killer Kenneth Noye has won the right to have a parole hearing after the road rage killing of a 21-year-old, it's been reported

Noye, 67, stabbed to death an undercover police officer outside his mansion after the notorious £30 million Brink's Mat heist.

But he was acquitted of John Fordham's murder after pleading self-defence at his trial.

Kenneth Noye will be moved to open prison
Kenneth Noye will be moved to open prison

He was later jailed for stabbing to death 21-year-old Stephen Cameron during a road rage incident on the M25 in 1996.

Now - after several failed attempts to get his 16-year minimum jail term cut by the Court of Appeal - Noye will get the chance to make his case for release.

Noye was locked up for killing Mr Cameron, 21, in front of his fiancee Danielle Cable, then 17, after the couple got into an argument with Noye at the Swanley interchange.

He fled to Spain, but was extradited in 1999 and sentenced to life at the Old Bailey in April 2000.

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