Huntley tapes dilemma

MAXINE Carr may have to be moved again following the publication of tape recordings by Soham murderer Ian Huntley. In the confession tapes, published by a national newspaper, Huntley implicates Carr by stating her part in the murders of Holly and Jessic

MAXINE Carr may have to be moved again following the publication of tape recordings by Soham murderer Ian Huntley.

In the "confession" tapes, published by a national newspaper, Huntley implicates Carr by stating her part in the murders of Holly and Jessica was bigger than previously thought.

According to Huntley, Carr told him to "get his act together" after he admitted his involvement in the killings.

Since her release in 2004, Carr's identity has been protected and, in 2005, the High Court granted an indefinite order to protect her new identity.


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The release of the tape could mean that Carr will have to be moved again.

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