Two twisted child killers who murdered a toddler and blamed the death on another child have been able to meet for dates in jail, a prison source has claimed.Vile Rachel and Nyomi Fee were found guilty of murdering little Liam, two, last month. Jail bosses had ordered guards to keep the evil pair, who are awaiting sentencing, apart, but it is believed the couple, who were convicted last week of the murder of toddler Liam Fee, have met.
According to the Daily Record , the Fees are both in Ross House in Cornton Vale, where remand prisoners are kept, but have been put in cells on different floors. However, jail insiders said the Fees have met inside the block. And one suggested the couple, who became civil partners at a ceremony in Kirkcaldy in 2012, have even shared coffees together.
Last week, a jury convicted the Fees of murdering two-year-old Liam at their flat in Thornton, near Glenrothes, Fife, in March 2014. They will return to court for sentencing on July 6.
A jail source said: “Prisoners said they were going to attack the Fees because child killers are hated the most. But no one has touched them and the Fees have been able to associate with each other. During recreation time, when cell doors are open, the Fees are able to mix.”