Rachel Trelfa and Nyomi Fee were sent to separate prisons to be kept apart, so how did lesbian couple who tortured and murdered their child, 2, slip security to share a KISS in the street after being let out for a ‘personal meeting’?
- Questions raised as to how child killers allowed to meet up and kiss
- Rachel Trelfa and Nyomi Fee were spotted outside a Fife shopping centre
- Pair convicted in May of torturing and killing Trelfa’s son Liam, two
- Couple abused two other boys in their care, including caging one of them
Questions have been raised as to how a lesbian couple who were jailed for a combined 47 years for killing their child were allowed to steal a kiss while attending an official meeting outside of prison just five months into their sentence.
Civil partners Rachel Trelfa, 31, and Nyomi Fee, 29, met in Glenrothes, Fife, and were spotted locking lips by shocked witnesses, despite being chained to security officers.
They were convicted of murdering Trelfa’s son Liam in May. He had endured two years of horrific abuse and neglect before he died at his home in March 2014 as a result of heart injuries.
Dunfermline and West Fife MP Douglas Chapman said the security force in charge of the pair, believed to be G4S, allowed the ‘unacceptable’ incident to occur.
Rachel Trelfa (left) and Nyomi Fee (right) were found guilty of murdering the defenceless two-year-old in May. They are pictured earlier this year outside court
Tiny Liam Fee, pictured, was killed in March 2014 after enduring two years of torture
Chapman said: ‘They [security] need to be responsible for the couple’s actions. I don’t know the full ins and outs of the incident, but I think something like this would not be acceptable. I think they [security] should explain why these circumstances have been allowed to occur.’
Trelfa was sentenced to a minimum of 23-and-a-half years behind bars, while Fee – described by police as ‘domineering’ – must spend at least 24 years in prison.
A shocked eyewitness told the Daily Record he saw two G4S security vans behind a shopping centre, and both the prisoners were there at the same time.
They are believed to have been attending meetings at Fife’s Kingdom Centre.
He said: ‘The vehicles caught my eye before I saw them – they are a very distinctive couple. It’s difficult to miss Nyomi – she’s a very large and imposing figure.
Rachel Fee (left) who is also known as Rachel Trelfa, and her partner Nyomi Fee (right) who were convicted of murdering two-year-old Liam