Discussion in 'Trials' started by Legally Bland, Jul 2, 2018.
Unreal. Uber to court. What next?
I think it was because it was extremely high profile, well that’s what I was told this morning.
odd. i've never seen this before.
Imagine being that driver:
-"What you doing today?"
-"Oh just getting sentenced for raping and murdering a 6 year old, you?"
o, for his own protection? anonymity?
I actually want to throttle him. I was in Glasgow watching Russell Kane in the kings tonight and there were 3 lads ACs age behind me and it honestly did make me sad. Looking at these boys and thinking how could anyone that age (any age) but particularly 16 years old be such an animal. They were laughing and it made me sad, thinking about everything. Just so many emotions, this case is never leaving me.
Ken, you been busy mate?
He'll come up against hardened criminals during his long imprisonment, who will not be impressed by his smirking and persona , and will hopefully deal with him their way . Prisioners know each other so I very much doubt he will ever go to top of the pile . Child sex offenders are the dirt on the sole of other lifers shoes . He will have to sleep with one eye open
60 minutes of visitation per month. Wow. Now there is something I think is stricter than the US
That can’t be right surely. Especially not in a young offenders. They’ll be allowed visitations weekly at least, i’d Imagine.
I've visited Shotts on a weekly basis.
Yeah, I think it will be more than that. Not that I imagine he'll be getting many visitors. It says 60 minutes minimum per month, so perhaps that's legally the smallest amount they can give but that they allow more.
It seems like most of Scotland's notorious killers have been dying off in recent years. I wonder if Peter Tobin will be dropping soon.
You are right. I skipped right over the word minimum.
He seems to be a sadistic psychopath which is unusual even among serial killers. He's someone who should be studied extensively for that reason.
Found this online. So 5 visits a month? I think. Lucky if he gets 5 visits in a year tbh.
I don't think anyone visits him. According to his mum the only time she's visited him this year was to hand in his suit in February. Unless other people visit that we're not privy to, but I'm not sure who would. His dad?
GF maybe? If she is continuing to stand by him of course.cant imagine so but honestly some folks are beyond strange. He will probably receive letters from people - it’s disgusting
I supposed that once he saw he had a clear path he got very excited. Going out again gave him a couple of minutes to compose himself and make a plan to get her out of the flat which was the riskest part of the crime.
Even if he is a psychopath he may feel rejected if his parents don't support him in prison. Apparently, psychopaths have a need to be loved too.
"Interestingly, psychopaths may still want to be loved even if they are almost incapable of truly loving another. "
I don't know if this is just made up though.
Can Psychopaths Love, Cry or Experience Happiness? | HealthyPlace