Victims face paedophile teacher for sentencing hearing ‘they’re scared he’ll find a way to get them to go along with his demands’

Victims face paedophile teacher for sentencing hearing ‘they’re scared he’ll find a way to get them to go along with his demands’

Former Northampton teacher Andrew Riddle is one of at least two victims who were warned before sentencing by their paedophile rapist to face a mandatory sex offender assessment.

In the first case, he was jailed for 18 months while another 19-year-old, known only as Mark, also received 12 months.

Riddle was jailed for nine years for his role in the offences, which involved using his teacher’s position to prey on young girls.

The second offender, unknown to the judge, and from Northampton Borough Council, received seven years. They did not comment when contacted on Thursday.

Riddle had been a sex offender for 35 years and will be registered as a sex offender again after serving a 12-year term.

He was granted legal aid but the co카지노urt was told Riddle had refused his appeals, had not been in contact with the victims since the incident and was not cooperating with police.

There has also been another case involving a former teacher on probation, where he also was sentenced to a total of five years.

During a meeting in April, Northampton Borough Council told the court that they had received more than 30 complaints in relation to sex abuse of pupils and staff, with one victim reporting being drugged by Riddle in a bedroom.

On his appeal, he had said he had been to슬롯 머신o scared to seek help because he did not want to appear to be guilty of offending under a false pretences, as he had earlier said on his initial appeal.

Riddle had previously rejected the court’s initial decision and told magistrates he „doesn’t want to be in this position“ and believed in „a free society“.

Image caption The victim told Riddle he had been drugged by him in a bedroom

The court heard the allegations and Riddle’s comments made to the council in July and September last year that children were being „stupid and naive“ and that he did not „want the children to get hurt“, and how his victims were „stupid to believe him“.

The case has now been adjourned until May.

Northampton Borough Council said it was pleased that the sentencing judge had ordered Riddle to pay £6,000 to the victims and take part in the sex offender assessment.

A spokesperson for Northampton Borough Council said: „The victim spoke candidly with po포커lice about their sexual assaul

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