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Career criminal was free to free to knife a father to death blunders by probation officials


Added 08-19-19 04:36:02am EST - “Timothy Deakin, 23, was on licence from a 56-month prison term when he stabbed and murdered father-of-one Michael Hoolickin outside a pub in Middleton, Manchester, in 2016.” - Dailymail.co.uk

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Posted By TheNewsCommenter: From Dailymail.co.uk: “Career criminal killed a father after blunders by probation officials”. Below is an excerpt from the article.

Timothy Deakin, 23, pictured, was on licence from a 56-month prison term when he stabbed Michael Hoolickin in Manchester

A career criminal who stabbed a young father to death was free to kill because probation officials missed opportunities to recall him to jail, a coroner has ruled.

Timothy Deakin, 23, was on licence from a 56-month prison term for biting a stranger’s ear when he attacked Michael Hoolickin.

An inquest heard that in the months before window fitter Mr Hoolickin’s murder, Deakin failed a staggering 11 drugs tests, in direct breach of the terms of his release.

He also flouted a curfew, was arrested for dealing cannabis, convicted of driving offences and accused of carrying a knife.

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