Twisted paedo who raped two girls in the 80s dies in jail cell with rectal cancer

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David Woodhouse, who was sentenced after a trial at Grimsby Crown Court, was 65 years old when he was found guilty of three counts of rape and twelve counts of indecent assault in July 2016.

Twisted paedo who raped two girls in the 80s dies in jail cell with rectal cancer

A sick pedophile sentenced to 18 years in prison for raping two young girls in the 1980s died in prison from obesity and rectal cancer.

David Woodhouse, 65, was found guilty of three counts of rape and 12 indecent assault charges in July 2016 after a trial at Grimsby Crown Court.

The sicko was only three years away from being released on license, but he died of heart failure at HMP Full Sutton on October 18th, aged 70.

The offenses occurred over a six-year period in the 1980s, and Judge Peter Kelson C, who sentenced him, referred to him as a “predatory pedophile,” according to the Grimsby Telegraph.

Twisted paedo

His lawyer informed the judge that her client was in poor health and requested a release date that “he could work towards so he would not die in prison.”

According to Judge Peter Kelson KC, he caused “dreadful and terrible trauma to his victims.” “It’s agony,” Judge Kelson added. It feels like yesterday to them.

“They have shown extraordinary bravery.” They can be confident that you will no longer be able to offend children. You are a predatory child molester.”

Woodhouse would have been imprisoned until 2025 before being released on parole.

Twisted paedo

He had several pre-existing medical conditions including obesity, hypertension, ischaemic heart disease, and type 2 diabetes mellitus. In prison, he was diagnosed with rectal cancer.

A report by the Prisons and Probation Ombudsman showed the clinical care Woodhouse received at Full Sutton was equivalent to that which he could have expected to receive in the community. They found no non-clinical issues of concern and made no recommendations.

Two clinical recommendations were made to improve fall risk management and replace faulty equipment.

source:nsemwokrom.com

 

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