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MAXINE Carr Maxine Carr (born 16 February 1977 in England) is the former girlfriend of convicted murderer Ian Huntley, and was living with him at the time he committed the August 4, 2002 Soham murders. was tasting freedom today as the legal battle over her new life headed to the High Court.
On the day the 27-year-old finally became a free woman, media groups were challenging a draconian dra·co·ni·an
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[After Draco. injunction that has cast a shroud of secrecy over her future.
The interim court order bans any details being published of her whereabouts, appearance or movements "until further notice".
The injunction could mean Carr's identity and movements are protected by the court for the rest of her life.
Carr has spent half of a 42-month sentence behind bars after being convicted of conspiracy to pervert the course of justice.
She provided a false alibi for her then boyfriend Ian Huntley Ian Kevin Huntley (born 31 January 1974 in Grimsby, Lincolnshire, England) is a convicted murderer, who in 2003 was convicted of murdering two 10-year-old girls - Holly Wells and Jessica Chapman - in the case known as the Soham murders. by lying to police about her whereabouts on the weekend in August 2002 when he murdered 10-year-olds Holly Wells and Jessica Chapman in Soham, Cambridgeshire
Today Carr was being passed from her Prison Service keepers into the hands of the National Probation Service which will supervise her on licence.
The police will also supervise Carr's future as she becomes one of the most sensitive prison releases in decades.
Yesterday Mr Justice Eady granted an injunction banning publication of Carr's proposed new name, her address or any details which could lead to it.
The order also prohibits information about her "care and treatment".
Media groups were not notified about the application and were challenging it at the Royal Courts of Justice this afternoon.