Getting away with murder

Sion Jenkins enrols to study law
A former deputy head teacher cleared of murdering his foster daughter is to study criminology and criminal justice, a university has revealed. Sion Jenkins, 49, from Lymington, Hampshire, is embarking on a Masters degree at the University of Portsmouth.
After watching his performance on TV being interviewed by Sir Trevor McDonald, where he inadvertently succeeded in convincing anyone watching that he was indeed guilty of battering his foster daughter to death, I would have thought media studies might have been a more appropriate course.

I'm still waiting for him to sue the police, as he has threatened to do. It's not that he's short of resources. His second wife may look rather gruesome but she is a multi-millionaire. I don't think I'll be holding my breath. The last thing this murderous little shit wants is to have the events of that day exposed once again in open court.

At least Jenkins will have a genuine qualification at the end of this course and not the fake ones he lied about to get his teaching jobs. But then lying came naturally to him. As acknowledged by the first trial judge, Jenkins lied on six separate occasions to the police during the investigation. But, of course, that didn't mean he was guilty.