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The BBC's Stephen Cape reports
"He was in love with Danielle and they had a good future together"
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Sunday, 16 April, 2000, 10:05 GMT 11:05 UK
M25 victim's fiancée to wed
Stephen Cameron's parents
Stephen Cameron's parents have given full blessing
The former fiancee of M25 murder victim Stephen Cameron is reportedy planning to marry a soldier who helped her recover.

Danielle Cable, 21, fell for the soldier as she tried to put her life back together following Stephen's death in May 1996 in a road rage attack on a slip road off the M25 in Kent.

On Friday his killer, professional criminal Kenneth Noye, was jailed for life at the Old Bailey.

After Noye's arrest in August 1998 Ms Cable was given a new identity and 24-hour police guard, and was moved to another part of the country. Police realised that, as the main prosecution witness, she would be vulnerable to an attack by Noye's underworld associates.

The Mail on Sunday says Ms Cable and her new fiance, who has not been named, have agreed to marry next summer, with the full blessing of Mr Cameron's parents.


Danielle Cable
Danielle Cable: Looking forward to the future
She told the paper: "I always said I would never love anybody again. But I met someone and although I love him in a different way he is brilliant.

"I am looking forward to my future with the person I am now with. We have got engaged, and one day, we'll get married."

The couple met following Noye's arrest. Ms Cable eventually explained her background to her boyfriend, although she has been unable to tell her new friends and workmates.

She told the paper she feared for her life after helping to send Noye to prison and is still haunted by her ordeal.

"I would phone my mum up in the middle of the night threatening to kill myself, telling her they would find me dead in the morning."

Since going into hiding she has been unable to visit her former fiance's grave and has to ask her mother to place flowers on it.

The only contact she has had with her family is through letters passed on indirectly by police, said the paper.

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