Football agent Peter Morrison, 37, arrives at Liverpool Crown Court for sentencing
A football agent who killed a traffic officer and left another paralysed has been let out of prison to go back to his job.
Peter Morrison, 41, sent up to 25 WhatsApp messages while speeding at 81mph in the rain and high winds.
He swerved across three lanes in his Mercedes ML350 and ploughed into the two officers on the hard shoulder of the M6 near Tebay, Cumbria.Insurance Loans Mortgage Attorney Credit Lawyer
Adam Gibb, 51, died and Paul Holroyd, 57, was left paralysed from the chest down in the horror crash in February 2016.
Morrison, of Worsley, Greater Manchester was jailed for seven years which was later increased to nine years as it was too lenient.
But the Prison Service has decided to allow him out on day release from 8am to 8pm to allow him to work for his previous employers YMU sports agency in Manchester.
Paul told MailOnline: 'It is a farce - I was shocked and dismayed when I found out he'd been allowed out.
'I thought when he did get out he'd be flipping burgers not going back to his cushy job as a football agent as if nothing had happened.
'Adam lost his life and I have been left in a wheelchair while he gets to be out and I presume see his family.
'I am angry that he's been allowed out more than a year before he is supposed to be on this back to work day release.
Adam Gibb, 51, died and Paul Holroyd, 57, was left paralysed from the chest down in the horror crash in February 2016Insurance Loans Mortgage Attorney Credit Lawyer
The aftermath of the crash on the hard shoulder of the M6 in Tebay, Cumbria. Morrison swerved across three lanes
'The justice system seems to favour the perpetrators rather than the victims. It is scandalous.'
Mr Holroyd, of Kirkby Stephens, Cumbria, was paralysed as a result of a broken back.
He said: 'I will be in a wheelchair for the rest of my life.
'I am trying to get on with my life and have started driving but this is it for me.
'While Morrison is out and getting back to his well-paid job, I