A former deputy sheriff caput instructor cleared of murdering his surrogate girl is to analyze criminology and criminal justice, a university have revealed.
Sion Jenkins, 49, from Lymington, Hampshire, is embarking on a Edgar Lee Masters grade at the University of Portsmouth.
He was acquitted of murdering Billie-Jo, 13, in Hastings, East Sussex, after a 3rd trial in 2006.
Billie-Jo was establish battered to decease with an Fe collapsible shelter nail down on the terrace of their place in 15 February 1997.
Miscarriages of justice
The former deputy sheriff caput at all-boys William Charlie Parker School in Hastings, who was cleared of the homicide in February 2006, always maintained his artlessness during the two entreaties and three trials.
Anne Stanford, spokeswoman for the university, said: "We can corroborate he's a pupil here and he's studying an Master of Science in criminology and criminal justice.
"The university doesn't notice on individual students."
Mr Jenkins, who dwells with his 2nd wife, Christina Ferneyhough, will work on a particular undertaking exploring abortions of justness as portion of his degree.
However, he have reportedly told friends that he seaports no long-term ambitions to work in the criminal justness system or the legal profession.
Part of the course of study necessitates the pupil to compose a thesis exploring the flaws in the legal system leading to abortions of justness and ways they can be eliminated.
He will also take portion in arguments about the law during the course.