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MP demands child killer city ban
David McGreavy
David McGreavy was jailed for life in 1973
Worcester MP Mike Foster has reiterated his call that triple child killer David McGreavy should never be allowed back to Worcester following his release.

McGreavy, who impaled his victims' bodies on railings, is being considered for parole, it has been reported.

He was jailed for life in 1973 for the murders of Paul Ralph, four, and his sisters Dawn, two, and nine-month-old Samantha.

Mr Foster said he had made his feelings "absolutely clear" to the parole board.

He added: "The bottom line for me is that McGreavy should never ever be allowed to come back to Worcester again.

"Those people who can remember and the families of the victims have literally had a lifetime of memories of those awful deeds.

"For McGreavy this is a punishment that takes the form of a life sentence but he is still alive and well and his victims aren't."

The Home Office said it was unable to comment on individual cases.

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