Serial killer Levi Bellfield quizzed over Russell family murders confession

SERIAL killer Levi Bellfield has been quizzed over his confession to the Russell family murders.

Investigators saw the hammer killer at Frankland prison, Co Durham.

Cops have quizzed serial killer Levi Bellfield over the brutal killing Lin and Megan Russell in Chillenden, Kent in 1996

Cops have quizzed serial killer Levi Bellfield over the brutal killing Lin and Megan Russell in Chillenden, Kent in 1996Credit: PA
Lin and Megan were killed in the attack, another daughter, Josie, was left with horrific injuries but survived

Lin and Megan were killed in the attack, another daughter, Josie, was left with horrific injuries but survivedCredit: PA
Michael Stone was found guilty of the murders in 2001, but his case is being reviewed by the Criminal Cases Review Commission

Michael Stone was found guilty of the murders in 2001, but his case is being reviewed by the Criminal Cases Review CommissionCredit: PA

But the Criminal Cases Review Commission team riled Bellfield, 53, as they turned up unannounced.

A source said: “They demanded to see Bellfield, who agreed to speak.

“They asked him if it was true, and he said it was.

“But he didn’t answer many questions.”

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The Sun on Sunday told how Bellfield, serving life for three murders including Milly Dowler, 13, said he killed Lin and Megan Russell in Chillenden, Kent in 1996.

Former taxi driver Bellfield said he was in picturesque Chillenden – an area he knew – after a driving job to Dover, 11 miles away.

A duo of investigators from the body, which studies potential miscarriages of justice, made an unannounced visit to HMP Frankland, County Durham arriving to see the killer with the prison governor.

Michael Stone was found guilty of the murders in 2001.

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The CCRC is reviewing his case.

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