man who murdered his spouse virtually 40 years in the past will change into the primary prisoner to have a public parole board listening to.
An software made for the subsequent listening to to contemplate the discharge of Russell Causley, now in his late 70s, to happen in public has been granted, the Parole Board stated on Tuesday.
Causley was handed a life sentence for killing Carole Packman, who disappeared in 1985, a yr after he moved his lover into their dwelling in Bournemouth, Dorset.
He was free of jail in 2020, after serving greater than 23 years for the homicide, however was returned to jail in November final yr after breaching his licence circumstances.
Causley, who by no means revealed the place he hid Ms Packman’s physique, is subsequent because of face the Parole Board for evaluation in October.
His grandson, Neil Gillingham, utilized for the listening to to happen in public in a bid to shine a lightweight on what he sees because the failure of authorized adjustments designed to make it tougher to launch killers who refuse to disclose the whereabouts of their victims’ our bodies.