Teacher's relief over Lindsey Hawker's killer's sentence


Lindsay Hawker's parents say they feel they've got justice for their daughter after a Japanese man was jailed for life for her rape and murder.

The 22-year-old teacher's body was found buried in a sand filled bath at Tatsuya Ichihashi's flat outside Tokyo in 2007.

George Fisher was Lindsay Ann's headteacher at the King Henry the VIII school in Coventry. He tells Radio 5 live's Victoria Derbyshire about his relief that this chapter of her family's life is over.

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