Road rage killer Kenneth Noye 'set to be let out of jail for Sunday roasts' as victim's family have nightmares about seeing him
Noye, 71, was spotted in public for the first time in nearly 20 years on Friday as he left Standford Hill open prison in Kent for a hospital trip.
A source told the Daily Star: “Noye wants to apply for home leave as soon as possible.
“He has told fellow inmates the first thing he intends to do is have a nice family roast on a Sunday. He is buoyant and it is quite sickening to see him so cocky.”
The news is a blow to Ken, 71, the dad of Noye's victim Stephen Cameron, who still lives near the murder scene in Swanley, Kent.
He said: “The thought of this man enjoying a family dinner when Stephen lies in a churchyard is sickening."
He was jailed for a minimum of 16 years in April 2000, having initially fled to Spain, for the road rage murder of Stephen Cameron, 21, on an M25 slip road in 1996.
The gangland figure’s wife Brenda and sons all live within 20 miles of the Isle of Sheppey jail.
Stephen’s dad Ken, 71, said yesterday: “He will be able to play happy families after leaving our son Stephen lying in the gutter to die. It’s galling. Life should mean life.”
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