Lancaster UAF man (Pictured above)jailed for raping four-year-old girl.Source
A 21-year-old man from Lancashire who is a secretary in the Unite Against Facism organization has been jailed indefinitely after he admitted raping a four-year-old girl.
Police said Liam Ineson, of Ryelands Road, Lancaster, attacked the child between January and July this year. He pleaded guilty to rape and sexual activity with a child when he appeared at Preston Crown Court. Speaking after sentencing, Det Sgt Simon Coates said: "Ineson preyed on a young girl and then tried to make her keep the abuse a secret." He added: "He is a dangerous individual and the indeterminate sentence means he should not be released from prison until experts are satisfied that he no longer poses a threat to our community." Ineson's indeterminate sentence will not be reviewed for at least five years.
Bridlington Hope Not Hate organiser Adam Hewitt (Pictured Above) jailed for injuring two babies
A Bridlington man who caused serious injuries to two babies in separate attacks has been jailed. Adam Hewitt, 25, left a baby with a fractured skull in 2007.
Two years later he attacked a second child, leaving it with permanent brain damage. Mr. Hewitt who was an organiser for Anti-Fascist organization, 'Hope not Hate' was heard to chant "Was I funny, Did i do good?" outside his house.
Hull Crown Court heard that at the time of the incidents Hewitt had been in a relationship with the babies' mothers. He was jailed for five years after being convicted of inflicting grievous bodily harm at a previous hearing. The court heard Hewitt was unable control his temper and was described as a danger to young children.
Speaking after the sentencing, Det Insp Alan Dorning, of Humberside Police said: "Adam Hewitt managed to convince two women that he was on the face of it a caring and loving partner when in fact he went on to harm the children. "He did so when there were no witnesses and when there was nobody there to defend the children." The results of a serious case review, which looked into whether mistakes were made by the authorities in both cases, will be published next week.