By Nathan Yates
The terrible murders of Holly Wells and Jessica Chapman stunned and sickened the country. the fellow discovered in charge in their murders is now some of the most reviled males within the kingdom. as though his crime was once no longer dreadful sufficient, he has lately admitted that he lied below oath in regards to the conditions of 1 of the murders. This in-depth ebook is written by means of investigative journalist Nathan Yates, who witnessed the homicide hunt first-hand or even interviewed Huntley and previous female friend Maxine Carr. Yates additionally has an specific resource for touch with Ian Huntley and should have additional revelations approximately how a ways Huntley has lied approximately what occurred that tragic day.
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In several cases he used physical force to make the girls sleep with him. Afterwards, he frightened them into keeping quiet. During this spree of sexual abuse he was reported to police eight times. He was investigated for rape four times, and on a further three occasions for having sex with an underage girl. One girl who he was accused of abusing in May 1996 was just 13. He was said to have indecently assaulted an 11-year-old girl in September 1997. Huntley was so devious that none of the claims against him stuck.
He took his trade very seriously and was a good worker. Despite his dour appearance he was devoted to his wife and would do anything to look after her. The infant Huntley was also devoted to his mother, and became intensely jealous when this bond was challenged by Wayne’s arrival. With less than two years between the brothers, Lynda’s maternal attentions had to be divided. Huntley reacted to this with jealous furies so uncontrollable that they astonished his parents and their friends. Already his solution was to manipulate; placed in a situation he hated, he hit back by cheating his way to the attention he lacked.
According to Huntley, one thing which tortured him was imagining the grief of the Wells and Chapman families. Earlier, during his many conversations with journalists, he had expressed his torment over a disappearance which, he said, ‘beggared belief’. He had watched with a face contorted in sympathy as the families had given a string of emotional press conferences in front of TV cameras, pleading for the return of their children. At this moment in the cells, there is every reason to suppose that he continued to think of these people – without ever admitting he had destroyed their lives.