THE man accused of the Victoria Crescent murders has been transferred to a UK prison for security reasons.
It is understood that Damian Rzeszowski has been moved for his own safety. The 30-year-old Polish national was remanded in La Moye Prison last month after being charged with murdering his wife Izabela (30), his children Kinga (6) and Kacper (2), as well as his father-in-law, Marek Gartska (56), and family friend Marta de la Haye (34) and her five-year-old daughter Julia.
Mr Rzeszowski has now been transferred to a secure unit at a UK prison. La Moye Prison governor Bill Millar said: ‘He has been moved to a secure facility in the UK. He was moved some time during last week.’ When asked why Mr Rzeszowski was transferred to the UK, Mr Millar replied: ‘He was moved for general security reasons.’
Mr Millar declined to reveal which prison Mr Rzeszowski had been transferred to or disclose any more details about why the suspect was moved.