Murderer continued his violent life behind bars
SINCE he was locked up for life in 2009 for murdering Conor Black, Shane Boyd has repeatedly been in trouble.
He has twice been caught posting pictures of himself on Facebook from behind bars and is believed to have used a contraband phone on both occasions.
The images posted online caused Conor’s family further torment.
His aunt, Lynne Black, said at the time: “The pain will never go away, and yet we’re expected to cope with pictures of him smiling and mucking around like he’s in Butlins. He’s basically laughing at his sentence and laughing at us.”
Last year, weeks before he began his affair with Andrusjak, Boyd launched a bid for early release, claiming he had made ‘exceptional progress’ inside.
But a High Court judge rejected the plea after hearing he had been disciplined behind bars for multiple incidents of fighting and assault.