Prisoner who raped and strangled ‘Britain's worst paedophile’ guilty of murder

Huckle was serving 22 life sentences for abusing nearly 200 children

11/24/2020 11:30:00 AM

Huckle was serving 22 life sentences for abusing nearly 200 children

Paul Fitzgerald, 30, said he wanted Richard Huckle to feel what his victims had felt after strangling him with an electrical cable sheath and raping him.

‘The insertion of an object into his anus, and possibly into his brain as well, was, say the prosecution, a form of punishment associated with the offending which had led Mr Huckle to prison.’The court heard Fitzgerald took a number of objects to Huckle’s cell at HMP Full Sutton, including weapons he had made himself, such as a melted toothbrush with a screw inside, and items used to bind Huckle’s hands and feet.

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Mr MacDonald said: ‘This was a carefully planned and executed attack, in the course of which Mr Huckle had been subjected to a prolonged attack also designed to humiliate and degrade him.’He said Fitzgerald told staff after the attack at the East Yorkshire prison that he ‘enjoyed’ it and would have gone on to kill other inmates but he was ‘having too much fun’.

He also said he had ‘murdered Mr Huckle in cold blood’ and would like to have cooked bits of his body.Fitzgerald denied murder and said his medical conditions – including mixed personality disorder, psychopathy and gender identity disorder – had impaired his ability to exercise self-control. headtopics.com

The court heard on Monday that the defendant said he had ‘constant ruminations’ in his mind about torture, rape and murder, and said: ‘My problem is I just don’t have the ability to control myself.‘I don’t have the ability to look at people and see them as human beings. I don’t value them, I don’t care about them.

‘I don’t feel bad about hurting people, I don’t have the capacity to feel remorse.’AdvertisementHe is due to be sentenced at Hull Crown Court later today. Read more: Metro »

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Let’s hope the victims of his abuse have moved on from their ordeal. There is nothing to celebrate in this news. It is only a sad reflection of our world. jeebus, forget for a second who the victim was and this is bloody terrifying, especially the guys comments afterwards