Paedophile has been found guilty of 13 counts of historic sexual offences

From the Oxford Mail website, this sick POS was raping boys over 16 and even inciting a boy under 16 to commit an act of gross indecency, on top of that two counts of raping a boy under 16 and gross indecency with a boy under 16.

But you feminist/progressive types don’t want to see this vermin, such evil wiped away by the electric chair – it’s time we brought it back.

He will have his sentence announced on May 10 – KEEP AN EYE ON THAT PLEASE.

Full article post below…

A PAEDOPHILE has been found guilty of 13 counts of historic sexual offences.

Anthony Pitts, of Milestone Road, Carterton, was convicted of raping a boy over 16 and inciting a boy under 16 to commit an act of gross indecency as well as two counts of raping a boy under 16 and gross indecency with a boy under 16. 

The 39-year-old was also convicted of seven counts of assaulting a girl under 13 by penetration after a seven-day trial at Oxford Crown Court.

All the incidents happened between 1995 and 2005 in Oxfordshire and involved two victims, who cannot be named for legal reasons.

Pitts was also found not guilty of five other sexual offences – one of which related to another victim.

He will be sentenced at Oxford Crown Court on May 10 and has been remanded in custody until then. 

Investigating officer, Detective Constable Kelly Gilbert, of Banbury police station, said, “This has been a long and complex investigation for all involved. I would like to pay tribute to the victims in this case. Their bravery in coming forward is admirable and it is thanks to their courage in giving evidence that Pitts has been convicted.

“Pitts will now be sentenced on May 10 following him being found guilty by the jury, and it will mean that he will no longer be in the community.

“The emotional impact that his actions has had on the victims cannot be underestimated, but I do now hope that with Pitts facing a jail term, they can take their first steps in moving on with their lives.

“I would also like to thank the CPS for their assistance in this case coming to court and their work in this outcome.

“Pitts’ actions were terrible, and I am thankful that his victims reported them so that he could be brought to justice.

“I would like for this case to serve as a reminder that anyone who makes such reports will be taken seriously, and their reports will be investigated thoroughly, and with their own welfare handled sensitively. We would always encourage victims of any sexual offence, whether recent or non-recent, to make reports to police.