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Thursday, 17 November 2016

Manipulative paedophile Andrew Lynes says he's not a danger to society

Manipulative paedophile Andrew Lynes says he's not a danger to society
Manipulative paedophile Andrew Lynes says he's not a danger to society

Manipulative paedophile Andrew Lynes says he's not a danger to society

But Appeal Court judges say he most certainly is

A “manipulative” paedophile who abused a teenage boy in a park has been told by top judges he deserved to be branded a danger to society.
Andrew Charles Lynes described himself as a “committed paedophile” and downloaded sickening images of children, as well as sharing his depraved fantasies with other sex offenders.
He and Michael Fiek – who killed himself on the day he was due to be sentenced – sexually abused a 15-year-old boy in Thornes Park, Wakefield, and filmed the incident after paying him £80.
The former driving instructor also discussed plans to abuse children with James Bould, another paedophile who had preyed on a teenage boy.
Lynes, 52, of Deighton Road, Deighton, admitted 11 sex offences, including sexual activity with a child, paying a child for sex, downloading and distributing indecent images and conspiracy to engage in sexual activity with a child.
He was handed an extended sentence for public protection, made up of a seven-and-a-half-year jail term and five years extra on licence, at Leeds Crown Court in January.
JAILED: Paedophiles James Bould and Andrew Lynes
JAILED: Paedophiles James Bould and Andrew Lynes

Lynes challenged his sentence at the Court of Appeal, in London, with his lawyers insisting the crown court judge was wrong to find he is “dangerous.”

But his complaints were thrown out by three senior judges who said there was evidence to support the conclusion he poses a risk to the public.
The court heard Bould shared an image of a 14-year-old boy he had abused with Lynes and the pair then discussed having sex with the teenager.
They also talked online about abusing young boys and girls.
Lynes and Fiek chatted online before meeting in Thornes Park, in 2014, where they both abused a 15-year-old boy and filmed the incident.
In his online discussions Lynes said he was “obsessed” by young children and he also amassed a collection of indecent images between July 2010 and 2014. Bould, 35, from Dewsbury, was handed a 14-year extended sentence, made up of eight years and eight months in jail and an extra licence period of five years and four months, after admitting eight sex offences.
He was on prison licence at the time of his offending, after being jailed in 2008 for abusing a child under 16.

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