'Totally Lacking in Any Sense of Conscience or Moral Fibre' - PROSECUTING QC GEOFFREY MILLER YESTERDAY; PAEDO RAPED & ABUSED NINE ULSTER SCHOOLGIRLS

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'Totally Lacking in Any Sense of Conscience or Moral Fibre' - PROSECUTING QC GEOFFREY MILLER YESTERDAY; PAEDO RAPED & ABUSED NINE ULSTER SCHOOLGIRLS


Byline: By JONNY STONES

A PAEDOPHILE who got two of his victims pregnant kept a sickening trophy album of his abuse.

Vile Jason King carried out a catalogue of sex crimes against nine schoolgirls aged between 12 and 15 during a six-year reign of terror, a court heard yesterday.

The pervert subjected a string of young girls to horrifying assaults, some of which he photographed and recorded on video.

King, 38, was found guilty yesterday of 58 "improper, immoral and criminal activities".

His crimes include nine rapes, indecent asault, unlawful carnal knowledge, gross indecency and making indecent photographs of children.

Shocked jury members - who made history by asking to sit in when he is sentenced - heard how King threw one of his pregnant victims down the stairs and shipped another to Liverpool for an abortion.

Both youngsters lost their children.

One of these girls told how she cried in pain as the predator climbed into her sick bed for sex 20 times as she recovered from her miscarriage.

Another victim was forced to have sex with him "10 times in one day".

Prosecutors told Belfast Crown Court this was typical of a man who would "stop at nothing to have his own way regardless of their feelings" and "a man possessed of cunning and totally lacking in any sense of conscience or moral fibre". …

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