Man who killed three partners gets harsher sentence on appeal

Man who killed three partners gets harsher sentence on appeal
 

A garage worker who killed three of his partners over four decades must serve a longer minimum jail term after appeal judges ruled his original sentence was unduly lenient.
Theodore Johnson, 64, was sentenced in January to life in prison with a minimum of 26 years for the “brutal and merciless” murder of his most recent victim, Angela Best.
Johnson bludgeoned Best with a claw hammer and strangled her with a dressing gown cord in north London a couple of months after the end of their 20-year relationship.
He had two previous convictions for manslaughter for killing two other former partners,... read more

 
8 March 2018 in World News, Views: 44
Source: Guardian
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