Halliwell guilty of Becky murder
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Taxi driver Halliwell guilty of Becky murder

A convicted killer has been found guilty of murdering missing woman Becky Godden five years after initially escaping justice due to police blunders.

Christopher Halliwell, 52, initially admitted the double murder of Becky Godden and Sian O'Callaghan from Swindon in 2011 but evaded justice due to a police error.

A jury a Bristol Crown Court took three hours to find him guilty. Jon Kay reports on the background to the case.

  • 19 Sep 2016