M25 killer Kenneth Noye to cash in on horror crimes as after-dinner speaker

Road rage killer Kenneth Noye is looking to cash in on his notoriety as he talks about his crimes at a £100-a-head after-dinner speaking event.

Career criminal Noye served 21 years in prison after stabbing Stephen Cameron, 21, in 1996 on a slip road off the M25 motorway. The 76-year-old was released in June 2019 after killing Mr Cameron in front of his girlfriend and is now set to speak at an event hosted by former ecstasy lord Shaun Attwood, 55.

The notorious gangster is due to appear at the “An Evening With…” event in February which will set guests back £100-a-head. Punters can pay £30 on top for a photo and meet and greet with the man who also fatally stabbed undercover cop John Fordham in 1985, but was cleared of murder.

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“This will be the first time ever that Kenny Noye is telling his story," says Gadfly Events. "For true crime fans, this really is not one to miss.”

The event, advertised on Eventbrite, includes appearances from other convicted criminals including Peter Fury and Kenny Collins, the lookout in the Hatton Garden raid. It's described as an "unforgettable evening" and "one not to miss". The advert adds: "All four men have a story to tell, but this will be the first time ever that Kenny Noye is telling his story."

Organiser and YouTuber Shaun Attwood once faced a 200-year sentence for trafficking ecstasy. He was taken to Maricopa County Jail in the US, however his sentence was brought down to nine-and-a half years and he ended up serving six.

Tyson Fury's uncle Peter Fury will also be a the event after he was jailed for 10 years in 1995 for possession of amphetamine with intent to supply. Kenny Collins was the ringleader of the Hatton Garden heist in 2015.

The event states it will take place in an "exclusive luxury venue" in Cambridge and ticket holders will also get an hour-long Q&A session with the speakers.

Gadfly Events and Shaun Attwood have been contacted for comment.

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