Thursday, 31 October 2013

Michael Souter


Michael Souter is the latest in a long line of BBC sex offenders to be unearthed in the wake of the Savile affair.

The e x-BBC Norfolk and former Radio Clyde broadcaster was found guilty of 26 offences including indecent assault, indecency with a child, serious sexual offences, and seven counts of possessing indecent images of children.

Souter's catalogue of abuse began in 1979. He was first arrested by police in 1993 but, because of a lack of evidence against him, he continued abusing boys for another six years. Norfolk Police said the 60-year-old was responsible for "one of the worst cases of prolonged child abuse" officers had dealt with. He was described in court as a "sexual deviant" who was obsessed with young boys in shorts and uniform.

 He was sentenced to 22 years in prison and ordered to pay legal costs of £14,694. He may be forced to sell properties in the UK and abroad in order to pay which, frankly, serves the bastard right.

Hopefully, the lads in C Block will show him the error of his ways, then you can have a nice warm oven ready for him, Nick.

Nominated by: Old Bailey

Saturday, 5 October 2013

Amanda Hutton


Amanda Hutton sat in her bedroom drinking vodka as her four-year-old son, Hamzah, slowly starved to death. 

His body was found in her bedroom almost two years after he died. His remains were mummified and insect infested when police found them in September 2011. 

Prosecutor Paul Greaney QC told the jury “Drink was more important to her than her child - a terrible thing to say about a mother, but it’s the truth.” Hamzah's short life involved starvation, punishments and neglect at the hands of a "nasty drunk" who had more time for alcohol than her son. 

His daily diet in his last year consisted of milk, half a banana, half a supermarket pasty, and "whatever was lying around". 

His body was found still wearing a soiled nappy and a sleepsuit for a six to nine-month-old baby, which was said to fit him comfortably. 

 The bitch got 15 years for manslaughter. Personally, I would have locked her in a room and starved her to death. It's only fair. 

 Nominated by : Dioclese