|Kill Place||Peckham, London|
|Kill Date||July 2008|
|Victim||Dee Willis - 28|
|Court||The Old Bailey|
|Prosecution||Brendan Kelly QC|
Tuesday 1st July 2008, Sarah Anderson was in a pub in Peckham South London, after an argument with two women in the pub she went home to get a knife. She returned to the pub armed with a kitchen knife, the Kentish Drovers pub in Peckham High Street. to settle the argument she had with the woman. She flew into a blind rage and in the ensuing chaos left the pub, picking an argument with a stranger on her bike outside the Lidl store in Bellenden Road. 28-year-old, Dee Willis was out cycling on her bike with her boyfriend when the unprovoked attack happened, Dee was stabbed in the neck, severing her carotid arteries, the knife embedded up to the hilt.
Monday 30th March 2009, Anderson was convicted of murder at the Old Bailey
The court heard she had flown into a rage after a heated confrontation with another drinker at the Kentish Drovers pub in Peckham High Street.
She had denied murder and refused to give evidence during the trial.
Judge Richard Hone jailed Anderson for life with a minimum 15-year term.
2014, A female prison officer, 25-year-old Sophia King-Chinne, had a secret lesbian romance with Anderson, while Anderson was at Holloway Prison.
The couple exchanged hundreds of love letters in which Anderson referred to the prison officer as her 'wife'.
Sophia King-Chinne was jailed for jailed for 10 months after admitting two counts of misconduct in a public office.