Former Barrow man, 55, jailed for 40 years after pleading guilty to murder
Last updated at 15:28, Monday, 21 October 2013
A FORMER Barrow man and convicted double killer who was let out of prison on day release has been jailed for 40 years after pleading guilty to murdering a Good Samaritan.
Ian McLoughlin, 55, appeared at the Old Bailey today and admitted that he had stabbed to death Graham Buck in Little Gaddesden, Hertfordshire, in July.
Mr Buck, 66, was killed when he responded to cries from the home of 86-year-old Francis Cory-Wright in the village near Berkhamsted.
Appearing via videolink, McLoughlin spoke to confirm his name and calmly enter the guilty pleas.
Mr Justice Sweeney sentenced McLoughlin to 40 years in prison.
- See tomorrow's Evening Mail for an exclusive interview with McLoughlin's sister.
First published at 12:46, Monday, 21 October 2013
Published by http://www.nwemail.co.uk
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