A man who murdered two women in Leicester in the 1980s has been released from prison to live in the community, despite fears he remains a danger to the public.
Paul Bostock was 19 years old when he was jailed for the knife attacks which claimed the lives of 33-year-old Caroline Osborne and Amanda Weedon, aged 21.
Amanda's family say they learned recently that Bostock - who was described at the time as a sadist who was fascinated by the occult - has been released but they do not know where he is living or whether he has been given a new identity.
They remain convinced he should not be free because of the depraved
link source - Leicester Mercury