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03/06/2016A man appeared at St Albans Crown Court today, Friday, 03 June 2016, and was jailed for life and to serve a minimum of 26 years for the murder of a woman in Cheshunt last December.
Carl Langdell, aged 26, from Roundmoor Drive, Cheshunt, was sentenced today after pleading guilty on Friday, 18 March 2016, at the same court, to murdering 23-year-old Katie Locke.
Law student Langell told cops Katie had told him she enjoyed kinky sex and being choked and she died when a sex game went wrong, a jury was told.
But prosecutor Ann Evans told St Albans Crown Court there was no evidence to support his claim.
Friends said that the keen horse rider had dated a number of men in recent months.
They also said that Miss Levey had been diagnosed with cervical cancer last year and had a hysterectomy just before Christmas and had been off work until last week.
Eric Bulbeck, who rented out his cottage to Miss Levey, suggested that she had not been with her current partner, a taxi driver from nearby Selsey, for very long.
He then inserted an object into her anus after she had been killed.
She said Langdell murdered her and then had sex with her corpse, using soap as a lubricant.
She said: "Katie was wearing a black dress and Langdell asked her if she liked BDSM (Bondage, Domination and Sado-Masochism)."He claimed she said that she did and she enjoyed being choked."At this point he began to strangle her and decided to kill her."Mrs Evans said that Langdell was lying and all of the forensic and circumstantial evidence is that Katie had very conservative tastes in sex.
Langdell met Katie, a teacher, through the online dating site Plenty of Fish. After spending the evening in London, the pair went back to the Theobalds Hotel in Cheshunt, Waltham Cross.
Katie's body was discovered in the grounds of the hotel the following day, Christmas Eve 2015. Langdell was subsequently arrested on the morning of Christmas Eve in Lee Valley Park, where he had taken his dog for a walk after killing Katie. Adrian Foster, Chief Crown Prosecutor for Thames and Chiltern Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) said: "This case involved the tragic murder of 23-year-old Katie Locke by Carl Langdell in Waltham Cross last December.