Friday, July 1, 2016

'I was abused by one of Britain's most wanted paedophiles… I hope he dies in jail': Sick pervert on the run for 35 years is finally brought to justice

A victim of one of Britain's most notorious paedophiles arrested after MailOnline tracked him down in the Philippines where he was abusing scores of young boys celebrated his 24 year sentence today and added: 'I hope he dies in jail'.

Morbidly obese Douglas Slade, 75 – one of the founders of the 1970s organisation Paedophile Information Exchange – was convicted for a catalogue of historic sex offences dating back 50 years.

Speaking today, the victim who was persuaded by our investigation to testify against the serial predator, slammed the length of time it had taken to bring Slade to justice, saying it was a 'disgrace' it had taken so long.

Wealthy Slade was arrested at his home in Angeles City in December 2014 – just four days after MailOnline revealed how he had abused scores of boys as young as eight for years but repeatedly paid off police and officials to avoid arrest.

The brazen 22-stone paedophile had built a house overlooking a primary school playground in one of the city's poorest districts and lured boys into his home where he would pay them the equivalent of the price of a pair of flip-flops for sex acts.  (more...)

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