Wednesday , June 23 2021

The trial & # 39; Russell Bishop: Girl abused to "deny her"



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Bishop was acquitted of murder in 1987 but now faces a second trial

The convicted pedophile told jurors molesta a girl to "dismissed and her" shame after having been approved by the killing of & # 39; two people & # 39; nine & # 39; years.

The Russell Bishop, a & # 39; 52, is under trial for a second time for killing & # 39; Nicola Fellows and Karen Hadaway.

He denies sexual assault and strangling the pair in Wild Park, Brighton, f & # 39; October 1986.

In 1990, Bishop was convicted of & # 39; kidnapping, sexual assault and try to kill seven & # 39; year.

The trial at the Old Bailey was on Monday when the bishop came when he was asked about "his sexual interest" in children.

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Karen Hadaway (left) and Nicola Fellows failed after went to play

Under cross-examination he insisted that was not pedofilista but it was only "bloody angry" f & # 39; & # 39 shop; hatred against him and thought 'Can & # 39; also do it ".

Brian Altman QC Prosecutor asked: "This was all about revenge?"

The defendant replied: "Partly."

Mr Altman said: "So the attempt & # 39; & # 39 murders; [the girl] Revenge was born by virtue of three hate you and your family have suffered?

"You're tirredi yourself as a victim. This crime was about the sexual gratification and you pedophile".

Bishop dismissed.

Mr Altman went on: "You enjoy children and to control one aspect of your control children, especially girls, is sexual gratification."

The Bishop said: "No, no way."

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The girls' bodies were found in & # 39; area & # 39; woodland in Wild Park near Brighton

The prosecutor asked: "Why did you choose a girl who was two years younger than age two girls accused of killing a bill?"

The Bishop said: "Can & # 39; be was someone. Through the psychological trauma of the campaign & # 39; hate what everyone was saying that came in & # 39; such behavior."

The defendant said assaltat the girl to "belittle her shame and sad because I was angry at everyone – everyone had it and has done me".

Mr. Altman stated: "This is the whole outlet. It's all lies.

"You attakkajt to that the girl because they had a sexual interest in children. It had nothing to x & # 39; intersects with & # 39; three years & # 39; hate but everything work & # 39; do not & # 39; Russell Bishop and your character, did not?

"There are many good reasons for that also suggest that there is a clear and striking similarities between the two offenses because the killer & # 39; those two girls in & # 39; October & # 39; 1986 was -istess person who attacked the [seven-year-old] in 1990. And that you're human. "

"Is it legal?"

Bishop had told the jury he was "very ashamed" by the attack, which occurred in & # 39; Devils Dyke on the South Downs.

The court heard that he tried unsuccessfully to appeal against his conviction and sentence on discretionary life.

As he was being questioned about "his" sexual interest in children, the bishop urged and appealed to the court process.

He said: "Your honor. Is this legal? This is correct?"

Mr Justice Sweeney told the bishop he was, and he would not be stopping.

After a break in the proceedings, the judge told the jury: "You observe immediately, of course, Mr. Bishop is in the dock, not the witness box.

"This is because they refused to give further evidence. As you gathered, I gave him time to consider this, but ultimately it is his position.

"I tell you directions on how timely approaching that."

The trial continues.


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