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GUILTY... Stuart Hall, BBC personality and host of 'It's A Knockout', charged with rape/indecent assault on several girls, 27-46 years ago

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Re: GUILTY... Stuart Hall, BBC personality and host of 'It's A Knockout', charged with rape/indecent assault on several girls, 27-46 years ago

Post by russiandoll on 23.05.14 15:14

Yes, to be added on to, not to run concurrent with his present sentence - there was even a remark by the presenter that SH might even die in prison.
  The vile excuse for a man admitted to leaving a party temporarily to go into a bedroom where there was a 13 year old whom he sexually assaulted.

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Re: GUILTY... Stuart Hall, BBC personality and host of 'It's A Knockout', charged with rape/indecent assault on several girls, 27-46 years ago

Post by ultimaThule on 23.05.14 18:08

@russiandoll wrote:Yes, to be added on to, not to run concurrent with his present sentence - there was even a remark by the presenter that SH might even die in prison.
  The vile excuse for a man admitted to leaving a party temporarily to go into a bedroom where there was a 13 year old whom he sexually assaulted.

To my eye, Hall looks to be every one of his 84 years, rd, but with regard to him dying in prison I am reminded of Ernest Saunders' miraculous recovery from Alzheimer's after the Court of Appeal reduced his sentence.  

A vile excuse for a man indeed and, imo, one whose crimes against children warranted a far longer sentence than the derisory which that were handed down to him last year and today.
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Re: GUILTY... Stuart Hall, BBC personality and host of 'It's A Knockout', charged with rape/indecent assault on several girls, 27-46 years ago

Post by ultimaThule on 25.05.14 4:32

Sentencing remarks of Mr Justice Turner 23 May 2014: http://www.judiciary.gov.uk/wp-content/uploads/2014/05/sentencing-remarks-mr-j-turner-r-v-hall.pdf

Point 23 is particularly noteworthy:  "Furthermore, I take the view that the fact that you molested two girls in such quick succession sheds an even more sinister light on your offending than was evidenced by the one related offence to which you pleaded guilty last year.  It is difficult to resist the conclusion that it must have been with a sense of arrogant and contemptible immunity that you deflied each of these young girls one in the immediate wake of the other.  It was an act of vile bravado and horrible betrayal."

If Hall had committed these offences post-2003 he may have received a life sentence which, imo, would be no more than an appropriate punishment for his crimes and no less than he deserves.
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