Sally Anne Murderer To Appeal Sentence

Mark Dixie, the convicted murder of Sally Anne Bowman is to appeal against his 34-year sentence.

Dixie's solicitor, Julie Cooper confirmed that he was to appeal his conviction.

Dixie attacked the teenage model outside her Croydon home just her boyfriend left her home at about 4.30am in September 2005.

During his trial at the Old Bailey, the court heard how Dixie stabbed the 18-year-old seven times before having sex with her. Her body was later found semi-naked in her driveway.


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