Soham murderer Ian Huntley makes cell confession from behind bars

Holly Wells left and Jessica Chapman

Holly Wells left and Jessica Chapman

The Sun today claims Huntley has recorded a confession for the killings while behind bars, and has accepted he is "never getting out".

"I am genuinely, genuinely sorry and it breaks my heart when it is reported I have no remorse; that I relish something".

"I can't change anything".

In the tapes, Huntley can be heard saying "I think about them every day", marking the first time in ten years the Soham monster has broken his silence on the crimes. "I thought about them when they were turning 21 and when they were turning 18".

Chapman and Wells were 10-years-old when they were coerced into Huntley's house on their way back from the shop while attending a barbecue.

The missing girls were dressed in identical red Manchester United football shirts and a photo of the two, taken shortly before they disappeared, quickly became the image associated with the case.

"I know that, I don't expect it to but I would much rather people have the truth about how I feel".

Huntley's then girlfriend Maxine Carr was sentenced to three-and-a-half years in prison in 2003 after being found guilty of conspiring to pervert the course of justice after giving him a false alibi.

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