Murderer Ian Huntley begs for forgiveness in recordings from behind bars:
Ian Huntley who killed schoolgirls Holly Wells and Jessica Chapman have begged for forgiveness in recordings from behind bars, it has been reported.
The former caretaker, now 44, is said to have claimed to have thought about his two victims daily while serving his jail time.
However, Huntley is reported to have said that he won’t ever submit an application for parole and that he admitted “a long time ago” his life will be spent in jail.
Friends Holly and Jessica, both 10, were killed by Huntley in his home at Soham, Cambridgeshire, in August 2002.
They were students at the school where Huntley worked.
In the recordings that were reported by The Sun, he said: “I am genuine, genuinely sorry and it breaks my heart when it is reported I have no remorse; that I relish something. I do not.
“I think about them every day.”
He is also said to add: “I know those girls would be 26 this year with families of their own, jobs and lives.”