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Body-in-boot killer gets 22-year minimum Life sentence

PUBLISHED: 19:12 29 December 2008 | UPDATED: 13:55 05 October 2010

THE man who murdered mother-of-four Janet Hossain whose body was found in the boot of her car starts the New Year with a Life sentence. Wesley Ibe has been ordered to serve a minimum 22 years. It will be 2030 before he's even eligible to apply for parole

THE man who murdered mother-of-four Janet Hossain whose body was found in the boot of her car starts the New Year with a Life sentence.

Callous killer Wesley Ibe has been ordered to serve a minimum 22 years. It will be 2030 before he’s even eligible to apply for parole.

Janet, 32, was last seen alive at her East London home in Carlyle Road, Manor Park, at 9pm on March 19, 2007. Her parents reported her missing the next day.

Janet’s silver Mercedes was recovered near Tilbury railway station in Essex a week later—her body had been dumped in the boot.

Det Ins Alan Moore, from East London’s Homicide & Serious Crime Command, said: “Ibe has shown no remorse throughout his dealings with police.

“This has been a distressing time for all Janet’s family. I hope that this verdict will go some way to help with the continuing grieving process that they are going through.”

Ibe, a 28-year-old from Sycamore Close in Canning Town, was found guilty last week of her murder.

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