June 12, 2013
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PRINCE Hepburn will contest his murder conviction and sentence at the Court of Appeal concerning Nellie Mae Brown-Cox’s killing on the basis that he was suffering from “diminished responsibility” at the time.
PRINCE Hepburn, who is contesting his murder conviction on the basis that he was suffering from “diminished responsibility” at the time of Nellie Mae Brown-Cox’s killing, will have to wait nine weeks before his appeal is heard.
PRINCE Hepburn has been sentenced to 57 years in jail for hacking to death Nellie Mae Brown-Cox, the woman he intended to marry upon the conclusion of their respective divorces.