That mother of 17-month-old Peter Connelly, known as Baby Pea, may be released from jail, the Parole Board ruled.
Tracey Connelly, 40, was jailed in 2009 over in death of her son who died after suffering more more than 50 injuries, including rib fractures and fracture back.
The case sparked outrage as Baby P was on in-risk sign up and got 60 visits from social workers, police and medical workers over eight months.
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His mother was imprisoned for calling or admitting it death on their home in Tottenham in north London in 2007.
Connelly was denied parole three times in in past seven years, but board decided that now she could be released.
representative for The Parole Board stated, “We can confirm what panel of Parole Board Ordered Release of Tracey Connolly after the oral hearing.
“The Parole Board decisions focused exclusively on what kind risk but prisoner could represent public if they let go and risk controlled in in community.
“Parole reviews are thorough and with extreme caution. Protection public Our room one priority”.
Connelly’s boyfriend Stephen Barker and his brother Jason Owen was also charged.
She confessed to the offense and received a sentence of deprivation of liberty for public protection (IPP) with minimum term of five years.
this is her fourth review by the Parole Board since she was imprisoned.
That decision should have been made last year but was put on hold more reports and information.
Connelly allowed out on license in 2013 but was withdrawn in prison in 2015 for violating her terms of parole.