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Image caption Angela Wrightson suffered terribly at the hands of her young killers. The High Court is to decide whether a ban on identifying the killers of Angela Wrightson should remain in place now that they have reached the age of 18. The two women were aged 13 and 14 when they tortured and murdered Angela Wrightson, 39, in her Hartlepool home in December 2014. She suffered more than 70 separate slash injuries and 54 blunt-force injuries in a seven-hour attack. Neither teenager was named at the time, because as juveniles they were granted anonymity by the court. So in what circumstances have child killers been granted anonymity? WHAT THE LAW SAYS. Children appearing in youth or crown cou... Full story

18 April

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