The child’s killer, Colin Pitchfork, is reportedly using a new name after his release from prison – but he will have to confess to his new girlfriend in front of any new girlfriend or be sent back to prison.
The 61-year-old double killer is said to have identified himself as David Thorpe in the middle of a recession within HMP Lehl, before his shocking release hit the streets.
Pitchfork has been warned to be “forward” with any potential partners or potential employers about its true identity and its horrific past.
“If he was trying to hide who he was, tell him that if he started a relationship or a job, he would have to be clear about who he was,” said a source. Mail online..
“If a probation officer gets wind of it, it will weaken his license – and possibly put him behind bars.”
After 33 years in prison, the killer will now face 43 strict licensing conditions – more than 36 have been released to protect civilians.
He should wear a GPS tag and agree to take a polygraph lie detector test if needed.
The killer was also barred from entering certain areas of Leicestershire where his crimes were committed, while police were notified of any contact with children.
Other laws severely limit its use of the Internet and the phone.
The 61-year-old went into hiding for fear of a direct attack when authorities took him to the Bell Hostel.
Pitchfork assassinated Linda Mann in Narboro, Lakes in 1983, and Don Ashworth in 1986 in nearby Anderlecht.
He was the first killer to use DNA and was sentenced to life in prison in 1988.
But in March, a parole board ruled that he was eligible for release from HMP Leyhill, Gloucs.
Fearing the affected families and the local community, it is feared that it is a “very real threat” to the public.
A former Lehigh prisoner called the LBC radio station and indicated that the pitch fork had been given a new identity.
“Still a threat”
“He has been given a new name, he is the most arrogant prisoner I have ever encountered,” he said.
“He talked to the prisoners. He has so much protection around him that you can’t do anything.
“He’s still in sight – he switches quickly. When he got parole, he was walking around with a bigger smile on his face than ever before.
“She’s still 100 percent at risk. She’ll be upset when the female staff tells her.”
The sad mother of the sad teenager Dawn said of her freedom: “Well, it was on the books that he was going to be released but I don’t think he should breathe in the air like us.
Barbara added, “Without saying that life should have meant life to him, because he said he was guilty of killing two girls, committing crimes. And he did a lot more.”
The horrific crimes of Pitchfork caused the Leicestershire Police to make the biggest commotion ever.