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Trevor Sherwood
Trevor Sherwood writes crime and policing news and graduated Teesside Uni with a degree in Crime & Investigation.

One of Britain’s worst paedophiles who was part of a sick gang that drugged and raped babies has been found dead after fellow inmates took out a contract on him.

James King aged 31 originally named Robin Hollyson was sentenced to 24 years behind bars for filming himself raping a three month-old baby.

A prisoner John Denham confirmed to the inquest that inmates at HMP Bristol took out contracts on King to burn him and give him a black eye or two.

Due to the fear of being sugar burned as another inmate was with kingbird believing that was intended for him.

He was later found hanging in his cell and died two days later in hospital.

 King was part of a gang jailed in September 2015 by a judge who described them as “evil beyond rational understanding”.

Judge Julian Lambert said the case was one of the most horrific abuse cases on record.

He said: “In the worst nightmare, from the very deepest recesses of the mind, at the darkest hour of the night, few can have imagined the terrifying depravity which you men admit.”

 

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