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The murderer imprisoned along with Mick Philpott and his wife for the murder of their six children will be released from prison in the middle of his sentence.
Paul Mosley, 54, was caged for 17 years in 2013 for the arson plot dreamed of alongside Philpott and his wife Mairead.
They set a fire in Allenton, Derby, which killed Duwayne Philpott, 13, her sister Jade, 10, and brothers Jack, nine, John, eight, Jesse, six, and Jayden, five.
The trio had wanted to frame Philpott’s ex-girlfriend, Lisa Willis, even falsely reporting her to the police before setting the fire.
Paul Mosley, 54, was jailed for 17 years in 2013 for the manslaughter of six innocent children
Mosley was Philpott’s best friend and participated in sexual games with him and his wife Mairead, even after the fire, and will be released on leave in May.
Andy Lyons, the partner of one of Mosley’s sisters, said today: ‘The man is ill, deceived and insensitive beyond belief.
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Since his conviction, he has claimed that a Chinese newspaper is apparently claiming his story for a supposed million pounds sterling, that he has “an important MP working on my case”, who is “in talks with some radio and television stations.” and she also said “I’ll be back to Derby before you can blink.”
“ None of these mind-blowing claims has ever materialized simply because there is not and will not be any new evidence.
Duwayne Philpott, 13, Jade, 10, and brothers Jack, nine, John, eight, Jesse, six and Jayden, five
The horrific scene inside the property where the fire was started and killed six children
“ He was quite rightly convicted in a court of law, based on strong evidence, of the murder of six innocent children.
“He is simply a convicted child murderer, rot in hell,” he added to the Derby Telegraph.
Mosley still protests his innocence for the horrific crime, which shocked the nation.
Philpott started it with the help of Mosley and Mairead in a devious attempt to frame Philpott’s ex-lover and gain custody of the children he had with her.
But the plan to rescue the young men went awry and they perished after the house was filled with smoke and deadly fumes.
The trio denied their involvement, but each was convicted of six counts of manslaughter after a trial at Nottingham Crown Court.
The judge had told Mosley: “You must have appreciated the terrible risk these six children would be exposed to when this fire started in their home.
And yet he was prepared to go along with the plan and join him in pleasing his then friend, Michael Philpott.
I’m pretty sure one of his tasks that night was to remove the gasoline containers from the scene to make it look like the attack was coming from outside.
You enjoyed the attention you received from your proximity to the fire. He boasted of having been arrested and released on bail on six counts of murder.
He couldn’t help but tell people that this was a plan that had gone wrong. You were going to give
yourself as’ it wasn’t fair that Mick took all the blame ‘,’ what would you say if I told you we rehearsed everything 6 weeks before ‘, and so on’.
Philpott was jailed for life, while Mairead, who was released earlier this year with a new identity, and Mosley were sentenced to 17 years in prison.
A spokesman for the HM Prison Service said: ‘Licensed released offenders are closely monitored and may be returned to prison if they violate strict conditions such as curfews and no-go zones.
‘Sentencing decisions are a matter for the independent judiciary that considers all the facts of each case.
“Since 2005, most offenders serve what are known as ‘standard determinate sentences’ and are automatically released at the midpoint, serving the second half of their sentence in the licensed community.”