Jordanian doctor who murdered wife goes free despite ‘still being dangerous’ – and family warn he could sneak back to Britain

Daily Mail:

  • Hassan Shatanawi murdered Laura May Al-Shatanawi and then dismembered her in a shed at his allotment
  • After being jailed for life in 1994, he has now been released and deported – but her family fear he may be back into Britain
  • ‘He could be back in the UK by now, because he is not tagged. He could simply change his name and sneak back in,’ Laura’s brother Don said

By Martin Robinson

PUBLISHED: 13:25 GMT, 15 January 2013 | UPDATED: 17:32 GMT, 15 January 2013

A Jordanian doctor who murdered his wife has been freed from jail and deported just weeks after the Parole Board warned he was still a danger, the devastated family of his victim have revealed.

Hassan Shatanawi has never revealed how he killed trainee travel agent Laura May Al-Shatanawi 20 years ago, and her family still do not know what he did with her body.

They fear the 67-year-old, who has shown no remorse, could be anywhere as he is no longer monitored by the UK authorities and may even sneak back into the country.

Freed: Doctor Hassan Shatanawi, pictured in 1994 after being convicted of the murder of his wife, Laura May, is out of jail and deported just weeks after the Parole Board warned he was still a dangerFreed: Doctor Hassan Shatanawi, pictured in 1994 after being convicted of the murder of his wife, Laura May, is out of jail and deported just weeks after the Parole Board warned he was still a danger

They only found about about the killer’s release after it happened, and are furious with Home Secretary Theresa May.

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3 Responses to Jordanian doctor who murdered wife goes free despite ‘still being dangerous’ – and family warn he could sneak back to Britain

  1. Softly Bob says:

    He’ll get back in if he wants to. It’s easy enough. He won’t even have to sneak.

  2. Softly Bob says:

    Meanwhile back in Muzzland the ‘peaceful religion’ carries on regardless. This time it’s not Jordan or Egypt or Iraq, it’s…… Sunny Algeria

    http://news.sky.com/story/1038832/bp-gas-site-brits-caught-up-in-hostage-drama

  3. Martin says:

    OT- University’s new centre to study rise in anti-Islam far right

    Teesside University forms organisation focusing on increase in violent anti-Islamic sentiment and possible Breivik-style attacks

    [...]The two main UK public fronts for far-right sentiment, the British National party and the street-based, anti-Islam English Defence League, are both in apparent decline

    [...]a more gradual shift from race-based far-right activism towards “cultural nationalism”, notably against Islam.

    http://www.guardian.co.uk/education/2013/jan/13/university-creates-centre-study-far-right

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