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Keith Hyatt: 'This case has been my whole life'

4 September 2013 Last updated at 11:28 BST

Keith Hyatt, who was wrongly jailed over the murder of Rachel Manning, says the conviction of her real killer will "close the door" on the case.

The 60-year-old was accused of helping to dump the 19-year-old's body after she was strangled in Milton Keynes in December 2000.

Mr Hyatt had his conviction quashed in 2007, along with Miss Manning's boyfriend, Barri White, who had been jailed for life for her murder.

Shahidul Ahmed, 41, of Bletchley, was convicted of murder in September 2013.

Mr Hyatt spoke to the BBC's Mark Daly.

'Life after life: Barri and Keith's story' will feature on Inside Out on BBC1 in the East at 19:30 GMT on Monday, and later on the iplayer.

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