Maybe you remember the case below, maybe not. But this is what happens in a non dp Country to a child killer.....
HUNTLEY HUNGER STRIKE
EXCLUSIVE: Bored, depressed and missing his gay lover, Huntley refuses to eat
By Jeremy Armstrong 18/06/2007
BESOTTED Ian Huntley is threatening to starve himself to death in a bid to see more of his gay jailbird lover.
The self-obsessed Soham killer began a hunger strike last Tuesday - and says he is prepared to die unless his latest demands are met.
Huntley, 33, says he is fed-up with being kept on the "boring" medical wing at Wakefield prison.
Instead he wants to be moved to one of the main wings, where he can be nearer to gay killer Dean Wood, 29.
The pair have become close since Wood was jailed last year for killing casino boss Barry De Lacy in Leeds.
Huntley - serving a minimum of 40 years for the murders of 10-year-olds Holly Wells and Jessica Chapman - is under constant watch in his cell.
That means he cannot see Wood alone there. He has also been prevented from visiting Wood in his cell, and has had four requests to be switched from the medical centre refused.
A Home Office source confirmed: "He is saying he is on hunger strike and that he is serious this time. He has not had any food for five days now. Whether he can last remains to be seen."
It is Huntley's second hunger strike, and the latest in a series of attempts to take his own life.
He has tried to commit suicide three times, most recently in September last year by taking an overdose of antidepressants.
On that occasion he spent 19 hours in a coma.
Since announcing his latest hunger strike, he has spent most of his time in his cell, where he is having regular medical checks.
He told prison staff: "I have not eaten, and I will not. It is the only way you take notice of me, and listen to my views. I want to be able to see people in my cell, not just in the day room.
"I will keep on refusing meals until my regime changes."
Insiders at the jail say Huntley has become increasingly despondent over his minimum 40-year tariff and a warning from the Lord Chancellor earlier this year that he must die behind bars.
His records show him constantly complaining about his treatment, his room on the hospital wing, and his education classes.
They also reveal prison bosses going to amazing lengths to keep him happy.
He has been given a "cushy" job on the wing, stays up late at night watching TV, is allowed to sleep in until 9 am and has bought himself a new stereo.
But he is just three and a half years into his life term, and knows he will be 70 before he can apply for parole.
Huntley's "significant events, conversations and observations" are recorded. His typical regime over a 19-hour period, from 20 past midnight on May 29 to 7pm that evening is noted.
It reveals Huntley being allowed to sleep in late - with the cell door open when it is hot. They also record his excitement at the delivery of a new stereo to the medical wing.
The staff always refer to him as "Ian", and make entries on his general demeanour and behaviour every two hours.
But Huntley remains sullen and is described as being "quiet" and reluctant to mix with other inmates. He has even complained about his prison wages.
One entry says he started smoking again because he had "lots on his mind".
But many staff are unhappy at the favourable treatment Huntley receives. One said: "He's got the life of Riley in here."
24:20: Turned off his TV and looked to settle for the night in bed. No problems
06:30: Asleep. Many movements noted. No problems.
07.45: Officer Walton on duty. Fully briefed by Officer Smith.
08.00: Ian is sleeping but remains in bed, movement noted.
10.25: Ian got up in good spirits at 0900 hrs, he said he had a good night's sleep but informed me he had started smoking again as he has "lots on his mind"".
He spent half an hour talking with Will Smith about a TV programme on this morning. He was telling Ian, "she was talking about her life before she met you". To which Ian replied: "Yeah, she is a lying b****". He then phoned his sister and is now associating with Dean Wood.
10.35: Seen on chaplain's round, appears in good spirits.
12.00: Ian spent the remainder of the morning with Dean Wood. Spoken with him at regular intervals. No concerns. He did state if it became too warm again, he would refuse to lock up.
12.30: Lock up. Ian is sat watching TV.
14.00: Unlock. Ian is attending education this afternoon. Query regarding his wages from last week, Mr Sharrock (a governor) to sort this afternoon.
15.20: Spent first part of the education doing Sudoko, not interacting with the group. I had a chat with Ian at break. He said he found the education classes boring, with the ex-ception of cookery. He went on to tell me about the stereo he is expecting on Friday.
16.20: Locked up for roll-check - finished education. No problems to report.
17.15: Unlocked Ian at 16.45 to prepare the servery for tea. Had a 15 min talk with him.
He was saying he was bored in the health care and had put in four applications to move back to the main prison but he said the governor had told him he would be remaining in health care and moving to the middle landing when ready.
He also spoke about moving to A-wing last year, stating he was looking forward to the move but that it had been stopped and he did not know the reasons why.
19.00: No problems to report. Ian has interacted well with other prisoners, particularly Dean Wood and Will Smith. He has been polite at all times.
Source - Jeremy.Armstrong@Mirror.Co.Uk
Well, the actual facts of his crime were never revealed to the general public. Still, Huntley WAS convicted of killing two young lasses. Is this justice???