Briton jailed in France for murdering fiancée freed after two years

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Businessman Ian Griffin, 47, was found guilty by a Parios court in December 2014 of murdering 36-year-old Polish-born millionaire Kinga Legg, in a suite at the five-star Bristol hotel in the French capital in May 2009.

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A British businessman jailed for 20 years in France for bludgeoning his fiancée to death has been released from prison after serving less than two years of his sentence, reports The Guardian.