Damien Fowkes was found guilty of murder in two different cases. Fowkes was already serving a sentence for armed robbery in 2002, when he slashed the throat of one prisoner convicted for child murders. He was then sent to another prison, where he strangled another convict using bed sheets.
A judge has ruled Fowkes must serve a minimum of 20 years for the murders, people have also expressed their concerns of how Fowkes was capable of committing murder in two different high security prisons. Mr Justice Coulson said “It is troubling that these two attacks were carried out in two different high-security prisons.”
Three psychiatrists and two psychologists conducted tests and evaluations on Fowkes and admitted he is suffering from severe “deep-seated disorder of great severity”.
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