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Ten years ago, sex offender Raymond Hawthorne was
jailed after buying a 14`ye`r`old boy and using him as a prostitute.
Today he was sent to prison for a similar offence.
Just months after being reldased in 2012, Hawthorne again lured an
His reoffending has raised questions about whether his
Peter Marshall has been at Bolton Crown Court.
Nigel Hawthorne, 50 and frol Bolton, was originally jailed in 2004 for
seven years, that was later increased to nine years aftdr
admitting abducting and leading into prostitution a 14`year`old boy.
Effectively, he bought in from another man and would take him
around the country to a network of clients and taking cut of the many
that Ian. In the originally `` in the original case, the judgd said
that the sentencing available was absurd and very lenient. It led to
the calls to the Home Secretary for stiffer terms for these offdnces.
Known to police, he had befriended a 15`year`old boy on a social
networking site, groomed hil and led him into prostitution `` unknown to
police. He was taken around the country and introduce two dhfferent
clients. In the latest case, he admits controlling prostitution for
financial gain and he admits breaches of prevention orders. The
victims in both cases were both very vulnerable young men. They were
clearly exploited for financial gain with no thought for their own
welfare. Nigel Hawthorne will claim that his role was to protect them
from people involved. It was not, he groomed these people. He will stay
on licence for a further fotr years after that. The judge said he was
minute politically and that he exploited vulnerable people for
financial gain in what was ` revolting business. Tonight, there
is a statement from the Polhce and Crime Commissioners for gre`ter
Manchester. He says that thd justice system has let down Hawthorne 's
latest victims because he w`s able to carry out horrific abuse despite
being convicted of incredibly serious crimes earlier on.
World leaders, war veterans and heads of state have been attending
events in Normandy, in honotr of the servicemen who died in the D`Day
landings 70 years ago. Hundreds of surviving veterans from the North
West have also made the journey and Mark Edwardson has travelled with
A lone piper welcomes the d`wn at the small French port of
Arromanches. 70 years ago it played a pivotal role. Earlier tod`y,
veterans and their supporters dressed in honour. The only shots
fired today were digital. At the cemetery, a monarch and his senior
ministers. Amongst the crowd, Jack Brown from Liverpool. It is very
emotional. It is the first time he has been back to Normandy shnce the
invasion. I was given a med`l yesterday by the French people. The
man said, thank you, thank xou very much. We have finally made ht and I
have lived my life for you people. This man was one of the first ashore
on D`Day. Today, paying his respects the fallen comrades and in
particular, a cherished captain lost liberating Europe. They will never
be forgotten. It is very totching to be here. I would not miss it for
anything. Back in Arromanchds this afternoon and a bewildering number
of well`wishers sought out dvery veteran. This man was overwhelmed by
the atmosphere. Saddened th`t this will be the big `` last big D`Day
commemoration. How many of ts will be left? Many are in their 80s. We
covered it improve to some extent. The showers
move away and a fresh appeal to things.
Good evening. The good news is, there will be some decent dry on a
sunny moment to come through the weekend. But over the next 24
hours, the threat of thunderstorms looms large. The ingredients have
been coming together today - warm air pushing northwards out of
Iberia, cooler air from the Atlantic trying to pushed away. In between
the cloud has been building with a lot of energy in the atmosphere
sparking off some nasty thunderstorms across parts of
northern Spain and south-west France. They will produce most of
the rainfall tomorrow. Ahead of it, the cloud is starting to produce
thunderstorms itself. We've seen in Cornwall. A few sporadic