TALENTED footballer Kiyan Prince's Somalian killer could soon be freed from prison but not deported.
Hannad Hasan was sentenced to life with a minimum of 13 years after stabbing Kiyan outside his school in 2006.
Hasan, now 31, is due to have a parole hearing after attempts to authorise his deportation to Somalia failed.
Kiyan, 15, who played for Queens Park Rangers' youth team, was killed after intervening in a tussle between a friend and Hasan.
His father Mark, 52, a former boxing a champion, has requested permission to read his victim impact statement at the parole hearing.
He said: “I am sure the young man that killed my son has had plenty of challenges because prison has its own culture, laws and rules.
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