Thursday, 8 December 2011

Robert Black

Serial child killer Robert Black was yesterday sentenced to a further 25 years behind bars for the murder of a schoolgirl 30 years ago, his fourth conviction for killing a little girl.

The notorious paedophile, already serving prison terms for the slaughter of Susan Maxwell, Caroline Hogg and Sarah Harper, was sentenced at Belfast Crown Court after being found guilty of killing nine-year-old Jennifer Cardy.

The court heard how the little girl had been cycling to a friend's house in Ballinderry, County Antrim, in 1981 when she was snatched by Black, now 64, while he was on a work trip to Ireland.

He is already serving multiple life terms in Wakefield prison after he was found guilty in 1994 of three unsolved child murders in the 1980s - those of 11-year-old Susan Maxwell, from the Scottish Borders, five-year-old Caroline Hogg, from Edinburgh, and Sarah Harper, 10, from Morley, near Leeds.

Black's reign of terror finally ended in 1990 when he was caught red handed with a six-year-girl hooded, bound, gagged and stuffed in a sleeping bag in the back of his van in the Scottish village of Stow. He had sexually assaulted her moments earlier.

During his trial for Jennifer's murder, Black did not betray a flicker of emotion, presenting an unwavering picture of cold indifference.

Twelve other possible killings are understood to have been linked to him incliding April Fabb, aged 13, killed in Norfolk in 1969, Christine Markham, six, Scunthorpe, Lincolnshire, 1973, Mary Boyle, seven, from Ballyshannon, Co Donegal, 1977. Her body has never been found, Susanne Lawrence, 14, Essex, 1979, Pamela Hastie, 16, Johnstone, Scotland, 1981, Patsy Morris, 14, Feltham, west London, 1990.

In addition detectives in France are examining links between Black and the killings of four schoolgirls who were abducted near Paris in 1987, and a seven-year-old in Amsterdam in 1986.

If ever there was a candidate for the ovens, it must be this one!

Nominated by : Old Bailey

( You can read more about this in the Daily Mail )

Saturday, 3 December 2011

Yazdani Choudary

This is Yazdani Choudary, the elder brother of Anjem Choudary, previously nominated on this site for a damn good roasting!

'Dani' as he likes to be known is remarkably camera shy but he slipped up last week when he was arrested outside the American embassy in London during a protest again the use of drone aircraft in Pakistan. Regrettably there was no available drone aircraft over Grosvenor Square at the time or perhaps we could think of a good use for it?

Choudray is a leading light in an organization called United Ummah, an organization which has not yet found it's way onto Teresa May's banned list possibly because it is a wolf in new clothing. It is not uncommon for banned organisations to be disbanded only to reform under a new name.

Dani also has links with his brothers activities. Anjem Choudray operates a "Centre for Islamic Studies" in a basement of a building New Road, Whitechapel which was bought by his brother. An application to convert two floors into an Islamic Centre was considered inappropriate and refused. Dani claimed he was ot associated with the centre but was 'merely a businessman trying to help out his brother'. He claims he is not involved in any religious activities although from the events of last week you can draw your own conclusions.

Dani also owns Master Printers Ltd and an IT training company called Best Training Solutions, which has been awarded over £1million in Government Learn Direct contracts since 2004. Government officials at the Department for Business, Innovation and Skills were concerned enough to launch an investigation into whether taxpayers’ money had been misallocated. Details on the progress of that investigation have been slow to emerge.

He has refused to comment on several characters that have been clocked by the Sunday Express going in and out of the Whitechapel building - see here.  

Dangerous fundamentalist or just a good guy naively helping his extremist brother? Well, savvy enough to live in a £690,000 house in Purley, Nr Croydon, so what do you think?

Nominated by : Knacker of the Yard