Malcolm Green was sentenced to life imprisonment in 1971 for the brutal murder of a prostitute in Cardiff. When he was released 18 years later, he beat a young tourist from New Zealand to death with a club. Green dismembered the body, wrapped it in a plastic bag, and dumped it in various places along a road in South Wales.
In October 1991, he was sentenced to life imprisonment again, and he was recommended to serve at least 25 years in prison, but the Secretary of the Interior gave him life imprisonment.
A man sentenced to life imprisonment for the murder of a prostitute may be retrial for his sentence.
Malcolm Green was sentenced to life imprisonment in 1991 for the murder known as “Body in the Bags”-just two years later, he was sentenced for the murder of a Cardiff prostitute life imprisonment.
The suggestion is that the double killer from Cardiff Ely should serve at least 25 years in prison for the murder of New Zealander Clive Tully (the body, head and limbs of Clive Tully were found in the bag), but he was sentenced to life at the time The Minister of Customs and the Interior.
But now, after the historic ruling of the House of Laws, that the Secretary of the Interior can no longer change the sentence, his case may need to be reviewed.
The trial judge recommended a minimum sentence but the Home Secretary decided that “life is life”, including some of the most notorious criminals in Britain today.
If they were subsequently sentenced as recommended by the trial judge, they might be released sooner than anyone thought.
After a graphic artist in the newspaper produced a computer-enhanced photo of the victim, Green’s victim in the “Bag Corpse” case was identified. The murder was initiated after Roger Stone’s terrifying discovery of the torso, and the head and limbs were found a few days later in St. Brides in Winterrug.
After Green was tracked down, it was discovered that he had only recently been released from prison for the same terrible murder 20 years ago, when the victim was also mutilated. He was sentenced to life imprisonment for the first murder in 1971. Later, Green’s bloodthirsty and obsession with cruelty may have been triggered by seeing his brother beheaded by a train when he was 12 years old.