TWO of PC Andrew Harper’s killers plan to write a book about their sickening crime.
Albert Bowers and Jessie Cole, both 18, have enlisted the help of an “associate” in prison because neither can read or write.
But their shameless bid to cash in could be thwarted as the law states any money made will be confiscated.
Sources say Bowers and Cole are “strutting around like celebrities” in South London’s tough Belmarsh Prison.
One source there said: “They think they are something special and are loving the attention.
“They’re even talking about the money they think they will make from writing a book about their lives, their crimes and their time in prison.
“They really are acting like VIPs. If they carry on, somebody will make sure they come down to earth — with a bump.”
The pair also aim to appeal against their convictions and 13-year manslaughter sentences.
They and Henry Long, 19, who got 16 years, were jailed for manslaughter.
The three thieves, from a travelling community in Reading, killed PC Harper, 28, when their getaway vehicle dragged him for more than a mile near Bradfield Southend, Berkshire, last August.
They were cleared of murder at the Old Bailey. PC Harper’s widow Lissie is campaigning for “Harper’s Law” for anyone convicted of killing a 999 worker to get life.
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