Sarah's Killer Found With Her Picture In Cell
3:13am UK, Sunday March 21, 2010
James Jordan, Sky News Online
The man convicted of murdering schoolgirl Sarah Payne was found with pictures of her in his cell, it has been revealed.
Police Handout Of Roy Whiting, Convicted Of The Murder Of Schoolgirl Sarah Payne, Who Has Been Found With Pictures Of Victim And Other Young Girls In His Cell At Wakefield Prison
Whiting received a life sentence with a whole-life tariff in December 2001
Roy Whiting, 51, had newspaper and magazine cuttings about the eight-year-old and other young girls in his cell at Wakefield Prison in West Yorkshire.
The disturbing discovery was made during a routine search and detailed in a prison report seen by the Sunday Mirror.
The newspaper quoted the 2009 report as saying: "It is of serious concern that the security information indicates hidden newspaper cuttings of Mr Whiting's victim and young girls were discovered during a cell search.
"It appears that his interest in young girls continues to be evident within the prison environment."
Sarah's mum Sara Payne, 40, told the News of the World: "I felt anger and dismay when told what he had been doing. This is extremely unfortunate and gives me the creeps.
"We live in an age where material like this is easily available and the Prison Service can only do its best to try and restrict it."
She added: "Collecting newspaper clippings is, I am sure, Roy Whiting and other paedophiles' way of trying to intimidate the families of their victims."
Handout Picture Of Eight-Year-Old Schoolgirl Sarah Payne Who Was Murdered By Roy Whiting.
Sarah vanished while out playing
Sarah vanished while playing with her brothers and sister in a field near her grandparents' house in Littlehampton, West Sussex.
Search teams looked for 16 days before her body was found 12 miles away.
After Whiting was convicted, it emerged that he had kidnapped and sexually assaulted a nine-year-old girl five years earlier.
A Prison Service spokeswoman said: "We don't comment on individual cases.
"Where inappropriate materials are found in prisoners' cells they are immediately removed and the prisoner may be subject to disciplinary proceedings."
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How the hell has he been allowed to get, and keep these pictures?
Paedos can never be rehabilitated, this just proves it. Lets hope we never see the subject of his parole being discussed anytime soon.
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We don't have capital punishment, so the next best thing, is to keep them locked up, a gap underneath the door, large enough to push a plate of food under should be made and a water bottle similar to ones that a hamster uses, should be fitted to the outside of the door, with the spout on the inside of the door, to enable the vile creatures to drink.
I know it will never happen, because paedophiles, like other people who commit vile crimes, have Civil Liberties on their side.
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