Glen's first murder, he was just 17, going prepared to
murder hotelier Ivor Usher he carried a kitchen
knife, wrench, and some rope.
sentenced to life, but served just 13 years, and was
released in 2002.
Cambridgeshire builder Robert Lotts wanted to scare Mr
Smart because he believed he had been intimidating his
son's. His brother-in-law Wayne Wright from Hackney
London, had underworld connections and was able to get
hold of someone who was prepared to do the deed. Paul
Glen was hired, Lotts and Wright have always claimed
that Glen was hired to scare Smart, and not kill him.
Glen was paid
2004, Glen travelled from Liverpool to Mr Smart's
home in Main Street, Farcet, Cambridgeshire, armed with
a kitchen knife.
Bogle and his girlfriend were preparing dinner in the
kitchen, Glen kicked the door down and attacked Mr
Bogle, stabbing him many times in the hands and arms,
one strike went through his chest, stabbing him through
girlfriend hid in terror behind the sofa.
to crawl into the street, where a group of teenage girls
were walking past, he shouted for them to call an
collapsed. The girls then saw a man leaving the
house and calmly walking away.
to ask the mans name, and attacked the wrong man. Mr
Bogle shared the house with the intended victim, Vincent
Smart, who was not at home that evening. Mr Bogle is
black, whereas Vincent Smart is white.
Glen went on
the run to Blackpool.
August 2004, Paul Glen is arrested and charged with
July 2005, Sentencing Glen, judge Sir John
Blofeld said: "As a result of your actions a young man
who had a future before him lost his life in
circumstances which were terrible."
He ordered that Glen remain in jail for the rest of his
goes onto the Home office list of offenders serving a
'Whole life Tariff'. see list
February 2005, Paul Glen was married. A priest was
with him in the chapel at Whitemoor high security prison
in Cambridgeshire, his wife to be, 41 yea old Paula
Kelly from Liverpool was in a hotel nearby, they have
had no contact.
2005, Glen appealed to the High Court in London, to
have his sentence reduced, the appeal was rejected.