A selection of recently added stories

Although the summer holidays for us teachers are nearly over, I’ve only just had time to update this site. Here are some of the stories I’ve added:

Vile rapist who gave young girls cannabis before horrific sexual attack sobs as he’s jailed

Daily Record | 28th May 2021

A man who plied two teenage girls with cannabis before sexually assaulting one and raping another sobbed as he was led away by a prison officer.

Daniel Guymer 33, targeted his first victim in November 2017 after he met her in Pearson Park, that summer, Hull Live reported…

The court heard Guymer was interviewed about the first incident and told police at the time he smoked 4g of cannabis and would share with his brother and friends but denied supplying the class B drug.

https://www.dailyrecord.co.uk/news/uk-world-news/sexual-assault-cannabis-drugs-court-24203982

Filed under ‘Rape, paedophilia and sexual violence’.

‘Dangerous offender’ jailed for sexually abusing teenage girl after plying her with cannabis and alcohol

Bradford Telegraph & Argus | 10th May 2021

Anthony Webster was today sentenced at Bradford Crown Court for sexual activity with a child, attacking a man in a pub and growing £7,457 of cannabis at his home.

Webster did not start the attack in the pub and the cannabis crop was to feed his own habit. He had been a regular user of the drug for many years.

Judge Davey jailed Webster for 13 years for sexually abusing the girl, with two years to run consecutively for the offence of assault occasioning actual bodily harm, making 15 years in all. The cannabis sentence was concurrent.

https://www.thetelegraphandargus.co.uk/news/19291318.dangerous-offender-jailed-sexually-abusing-teenage-girl-plying-cannabis-alcohol/

Filed under ‘Rape, paedophilia and sexual violence’.

Cannabis and gang rapes

As in cases of ‘Islamic’ terrorism, the matter of cannabis in cases of gang rapes of young girls (I try to avoid the awful word ‘grooming’) is often overshadowed by polemical discussions on race, religion and immigration. This is as true in the following recent case from Huddersfield as in any other: ‘All the evidence that led to pair being found guilty of abusing Huddersfield grooming gang victim’. Nevertheless, I shall point out that at least one of the two defendants smoked cannabis, though you’ll have to scroll to the end of the article and wait for several days of evidence to load before finding it:

The complainant said Akram was a drug dealer, but he denied that he has ever been a drug dealer.

Asked about a text he sent her about money, he said it would have been to buy cannabis.

He said he had been smoking cannabis for a number of years at that point.