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sabato 3 febbraio 2018

Serial paedo's jail term extended after more victims come forward

A PAEDOPHILE who repeatedly raped a girl when she was a young child has had his prison sentence extended by two years.


Christopher Hendy, 52, formerly of Devereux Road, Amesbury, abused this victim in the 1980s, forcing her to perform sexual acts on him.
He told her not to tell anyone about what had happened.
Hendy also abused another young girl by touching her sexually on a single occasion.
The two victims came forward after reading press coverage of Hendy’s previous convictions in 2015, when he was jailed for 22 years for 21 offences, including 12 counts of raping children.
He initially denied abusing the two girls, but changed his plea on the eve of his trial, admitting rape, gross indecency with a child and indecent assault.
Winchester Crown Court heard that Hendy was a teenager when the abuse took place.
Andy Houston, prosecuting, said Hendy would look at “dirty magazines” before abusing his victim.
“The victim remembers being told by the defendant she was a special girl and this was their little secret that no one should ever know anything about,” Mr Houston said.
In a statement, one of Hendy’s victims said to him: “I am not scared of you and what you did.”
Mr Houston said that both victims had undergone counselling and suffered from stress, depression and anxiety as a results of their ordeals.
The court heard that Hendy, who showed no emotion during the sentencing hearing, would be starting a course in prison to help with victim empathy.
In mitigation, Ms Sourtsz said: “These proceedings have brought him stress and considerable anxiety.”
She said a long sentence would “utterly crush” Hendy, adding: “It is very difficult for him to look beyond today and deal with what lies ahead of him.
“In his dream he wants to come out of prison and re-establish his life to the best of his ability but he appreciates that is some way in the distance.”
Sentencing, Judge Susan Evans said: “No child should feel ashamed at being abused.”
She added that if the offences had been dealt with in 2015, Hendy would have been jailed for eight-and-a-half years, but she was restrained by her sentencing powers.

Serial child rapist's jail term extended after more victims come forward 2nd February 2018


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