But he had been duped by Dark Justice, who were waiting for him when he turned up hoping to meet the youngster. A former commando who burgled student flats was caught on CCTV making himself at home - even watching pornography and masturbating during the bizarre raid.
Photo: MGN. Hairdresser Gaige Temple subjected his vulnerable friend to a "frenzied and savage" attack with scissors while he was recovering from a stroke in a rehabilitation centre.
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Newcastle Crown Court heard Mr Young was left with what were initially feared to be life threatening injuries and a female care worker engine sex offenders in Salisbury tried to intervene was also left with wounds by Temple. Barker, 29, of Trafalgar Road, Washington, and Goldsmith, 47, of Wayman Street, Sunderland, had denied murder but were convicted by a jury.
Gemma Humphrey was on her way home from her friend's home, with her child in a pushchair, when Bell's car came to a screeching halt beside her. His death, Newcastle Crown Court heard, had "robbed" his family of a man they all adored.
Having been arrested, Brown was released under investigation and ended up attacking a female police officer a few weeks later when she went to arrest him.
A gunman who caused these horrific injuries to a dad by blasting him on his doorstep in a bid to murder him has been jailed for 21 years. The court heard Scotter, of Hendon Close, Sunderland , has 71 convictions for offences, dating back to Email the author twitter.
Police were unable to prove the violence contributed to Ms Patterson's death. But the truth was the apparently frail wheelchair using year-old pervert was a malingerer and a conman who was putting on an act with the help of wife, Wendy Stephenson - who eventually told police about the sham.
Brian Greenwell, 71, and Alan Bramley, 70, were two of five now-retired officers to be convicted over their involvement in the abuse that youngsters suffered at the centre.