A man from New Zealand has been found guilty of murdering a British Traveller Grace Millane and he has been sentenced for a lifetime prison offer minimum 17 years without parole.
The man had been assessed in his pre-sentencing report as being of “very high risk”, based on his “complex needs” and the severity of the offending.
“Manual strangulation is a particularly intimate form of violence … cold-blooded,” Moore said. “Your actions reveal a complete disregard for your victim.”
“You didn’t ring an ambulance, or call the police, instead you embarked on a well-planned and sustained and coordinated course of action to conceal any evidence of what had occurred in your room.”
It has been a shock that the man did not show any kind of emotions for the crime he has committed.