Monday, 26 September 2016

11 year old boy caught raping a nine year old is Britain's youngest rapist


An 11-year-old boy was caught in the act raping a nine year old by the victim's mother.


The mother became aware of what had been happening after she heard suspicious whispering on the baby monitor in her son's room.

The suspect from has become Britain’s youngest male-on-male rapist after he admitted attacking a nine-year-old boy 15 times. He told the victim's mom he was sorry and he didnt know why he did what he did after he was caught.

Dailymail gathered that the suspect from Blackpool, Lancashire confessed to the crime and admitted to have raped the victim 15times.

The boy, who is now 12, also sexually assaulted a seven-year-old boy and then twice sexually assaulted an 11-year-old disabled boy while on bail for the rapes.

The defendant, who cannot be named for legal reasons, pleaded guilty to one charge of raping the same boy 15 times and three charges of sexual touching.
He stood in a secure dock alongside a security officer. 

He was committed in youth custody to appear for sentence at Preston Crown Court by District Judge Jeff Brailsford sitting at Blackpool Magistrates’ Court.
Kerry Grieve, prosecuting, said the offences took place between April last year and last month in the seaside town.

The victim was interviewed by specialist police officers and told them that the defendant raped him almost every day they played together and told him to keep it a secret. Investigations reveal that the suspect was not new to the crime.

 He had sexually touched an 11 year old disabled boy over his trousers and gave him a sword afterwards. And did same to another 7year old.

The prosecutor said: ‘He has been assessed as at a high risk of joining in further sexual behaviour. He used some grooming of the other boys.

Mr Chappell defense attorney said the boy had pleaded guilty immediately and shown a sense of shame and remorse.

He added that the defendant recognised he needed help for his problems and would work towards addressing them.

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