Friday, May 24, 2024

Danielle Jones: Uncle who killed niece’s case goes to Parole Board

A MAN who murdered his 15-year-old niece has had his case referred to the Parole Board for release.

Danielle Jones disappeared while on her way to catch a bus to school in East Tilbury, Essex, on 18 June 2001.

Her uncle Stuart Campbell was jailed for life for her kidnap and murder the following year.

In 2019 Danielle’s mother, Linda Jones, said she did not want Campbell to be released if he did not reveal where her body was.

“That’s the one thing that still disturbs me quite a bit, not knowing where she is,” Mrs Jones said.

She said she backed Helen’s Law, named after murdered Helen McCourt, which aims to prevent parole for killers who refuse to reveal the location of their victim’s body.

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  1. He should never be released anyway, he took a life of a innocent young girl who have had her whole life in front of her. A man she trusted probably a man she loved to take that away from her and her family should the rest of his behind bars.


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