Convicted serial killer, Tyrone Poulter (56), has been released on parole in New Zealand. The killer was serving two life sentences for the murders of two Auckland sex workers and a massage parlour owner in the late 1990s.
According to NewstalkZB the killer had been denied parole in 2016 and 2017 before being approved this year. The parole board claimed that Poulter had completed “all intensive rehabilitation programmes to address the drivers of his offending” He has been released under special conditions that included GPS monitoring and he is not to enter the city of Auckland under any circumstances according to NZ Herald. He is also forbidden from talking to any media outlets on his final release. He had been on numerous specialised guided release prior to his parole and had been in a prison self-care unit for the past twelve months.
Poulter’s crimes began when he stabbed Natascha Hogan to death after raping her. He had then contacted the NZ Herald and claimed that he would kill again. The following week he stabbed to death Ladda Nimphet and her boss Herbert Norris at a massage parlour.