April Jones’ killer Mark Bridger launches appeal bid
Murderer Mark Bridger who was jailed for killing five-year-old April Jones has launched an appeal bid, the schoolgirl’s parents said.
Coral and Paul Jones told The Sun that police warned them of an initial hearing at the Court of Appeal next month.
The mother of murdered schoolgirl April Jones has said her family continues to be “tortured” by Mark Bridger.
Bridger, who was convicted for the five-year-old’s murder, has launched a legal appeal.
Coral Jones said she continues to be “tortured” by Bridger, jailed for life in May.
She claimed that Bridger had tried to claim compensation following an attack by a fellow inmate while at the top security Wakefield Prison, West Yorkshire, earlier this year.
“It’s disgusting. He’s in prison where he belongs and he should stay there,” Mrs Jones told The Sun.
“He’s just torturing my family with these legal battles. It’s like he’s taunting us, like he wants to show he’s got the upper hand.”