CHILD torpedo Ian Huntley assaulted a immature girl 5 years before murdering Holly and Jessica – but the victim was told there was “not adequate evidence” to prosecute.
The sick Soham murderer, who killed schoolgirls Holly Wells and Jessica Chapman when they were aged just 10, pounded 11-year-old Hailey Giblin in 1997.
Soham Revisited: 15 Years On tonight featured an talk with Hailey from 2003.
She claimed that in 1997, when she was aged 11, school caretaker Huntley indecently assaulted her in this orchard.
Hailey said: “I leant over the blockade and we started screaming and shouting.
“Nobody could hear me and he put his hands turn my waist to lift me down. And he pronounced we can do this the easy way or the tough way.”
Hailey claimed Huntley threatened to kill her if she reported him. She was too shocked to surprise police until months after – and was then told there was not adequate justification to prosecute.
10 years later, in prison, Huntley finally confessed.
Hailey added: “And the finish of the day, if the police or the CPS had just believed me then Holly and Jessica would still be alive today.”
Former school caretaker Huntley, 43, is portion a smallest of 40 years after the 2002 murders of Holly Wells and Jessica Chapman in Soham, Cambs.
Huntley’s partner at the time, Maxine Carr, was the immature girls’ teaching partner at St Andrew’s Primary School – she was condemned to three-and-a-half years in jail for perverting the march of probity after giving him a feign alibi.
Although her story was suggested in the arise of the monster’s hearing she has never oral at length.
To symbol 15 years given the Soham murders she told a Channel 5 TV crew: “You are a child yourself. This is a man that’s been on the world a little bit longer than you.
“He’s finished some-more things than you. What arrange of a normal 22 year old man hangs around with children?”
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