Road-rage killer enjoys freedom and poses with Elvis impersonator at pub

Kenneth Noye, road-rage killer and gangster, has been spotted enjoying his freedom as he poses for photos with an Elvis impersonator at a pub.

The photo of the 73-year-old, who was jailed for life, was in a collection of snaps posted online.

Noye, who was imprisoned in 2000 for the 1996 stabbing of Stephen Cameron, 21, on an M25 slip road, was freed in June 2019.

He has reportedly been seeing a younger woman, reveals the Daily Mirror.

He has also spent evenings at her four-bedroom home and seen driving a £25,000 4×4.

The gangster also served time for handling stolen goods from the Brink's-mat gold bullion heist.

Noye was released from prison a year ago after serving almost 21 years for Stephen's murder.

The victim was stabbed in front of his fiancé, Danielle Cable, 17.

He previously stabbed undercover detective, John Fordham, to death during the 1985 robbery investigation but was acquitted of the officer's murder after claiming self-defence.

He was jailed for 14 years for handling stolen gold and released in 1994.

Noye was still on licence when he stabbed electrician Stephen following an argument on May 19, 1996.

Mr Cameron’s dad Ken has said Noye was “laughing in the face of justice”.

Detective superintendent Nick Biddiss, who led the hunt for Noye, added: “It doesn’t surprise me that Noye is now enjoying life and probably the fruits of his ill-gotten gains.”

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