"This is the worst attack I have seen in 30 years as a police officer."ECRI, a health services research agency who are carrying out the review, said:
"The report that will be generated as part of this process will be rigorous, and fully independent."Brian's widow, Enid replied:
"I am overwhelmed because it will be the top people with all these letters after their names and who are all top people in their field, and I'm just the ordinary wife of the victim. It's not right they should have all these people on the panel and not have anybody from out of the profession. I just don't want there to be a cover-up...What I want them to say to me is that 'I made a mistake', not that it's going to bring Brian back to me, but just to have that little bit of satisfaction that somebody has admitted that they did make a mistake, and that they are very, very sorry what has happened....I'm still angry and I still do not believe he should have been let out in the first place I think about what happened that day and how it should never, ever have happened."After ditching his own car, Khan was arrested by Gwent Police in Rogerstone, Newport on 28 March after stealing another car in Lancashire.
He was sentenced to life imprisonment.
After Khan slashed Peter Turnbull in the face, he pursued legal action against Whitchurch hospital.
He alleged that his paranoid schizophrenia had not been properly diagnosed and treated. Whilst the hospital did not admit liability, Khan received compensation in an out of court settlement.He is currently suing Caswell Clinic for similar reasons.
This is Brian alongside his killer: