Life for double jeopardy rapist Wendell Baker
Rapist Wendell Baker has been sentenced to life in prison, with a minimum term of 10 years and six months, after being convicted under the amended double jeopardy law.
Baker, 56, beat and raped 66-year-old Hazel Backwell before locking her in a cupboard at her home in Stratford, east London.
He was found not guilty in 1999 when a judge wrongly ruled his trial could not proceed. Changes to the law in 2005 meant he could be retried.
BBC London's Aysha Buksh reports from the Old Bailey.