If they are really granting this person the right to live "in anonymity," why is her photo all over the news? Maxine Carr wins identity secrecy [BBC] -- Maxine Carr wins indefinite anonymity [Reuters UK] -- Liar Carr wins ID fight [Sun].
What did she do? "Her boyfriend Ian Huntley is serving a life-sentence for killing ten-year-olds Holly Wells and Jessica Chapman in August 2002 while Maxine Carr served 21 months in prison for providing a false alibi for him." [Channel 4 News] OK, she's not quite as creepy as Karla Homolka (Carr only lied, she didn't participate in the murders) but still it seems a bit much to guarantee her anonymity in perpetuity. (Incidently, Homolka's 12-year sentence ends this year, so expect a whole lot of controversy when her release date rolls around in July.)