Ian Watkins, former lead singer with Lostprophets has been convicted along with two women of child abuse, the worst kind of child abuse.
He should in my opinion, and in the opinion of most right minded British people be executed post-haste.
He won’t be, the government hasn’t the backbone to do it. So, in light of that, I, Elizabeth Bennett hereby offer my services to the UK government, totally free of charge. I will happily do what they, the government, do not have the guts to do, and cut off this mans balls. I will smile while he writes in pain. I will then quite happily inject him with drugs to end his life. Not the usual drugs, just a muscle relaxant so he stays conscious but can’t move, so he slowly suffocates, so he knows he is dying, so he suffers.
I will not lose a moments sleep over it so there’s no need to worry about me suing you for post-traumatic stress disorder. I will also quite happily assist in dealing with the two vile, depraved women that molested children, their own children, alongside him.
All that needs to be done is to tie these women to a lampost in a busy area with a sign around their necks saying what they did to their own children. The British public will do the rest.
That we have to pay for their upkeep in prison is disgusting. That they can eat for free, in a nice warm cell whilst decent hardworking people worry about how to feed their families is obscene.
That they are allowed to live at all is obscene.
From the BBC:
We now know that while in the band, the disgraced star conspired with two female fans to abuse their babies as well as taking advantage of underage followers.
He has pleaded guilty to a series of “depraved” child sex offences, including the attempted rape of a baby.
In one case, he swapped messages with a woman in her 20s about her baby boy in which the frontman spoke of his desire to “make him mine” and to “cross the line”.
Cardiff Crown Court was also given details of a 17-minute video in which the singer performed a sex act on the baby.
The video was filmed the day after the Weapons album was released and just hours after Watkins appeared on BBC Radio 1.
It emerged that he was a user of crack cocaine and crystal meth, and he claimed to have no memory of the events in the video.
Prosecuting barrister Chris Clee said drugs played “a significant part in his offending against children”. Watkins also planned to “teach” the babies how to take drugs, the hearing was told.
The singer used Skype to watch the other woman, aged 24, abuse her child. In the 45-minute video call, he talked to the mother about how they were going to use the baby for sex. Watkins referred to the woman and her baby as his “slave duo”.
This miserable excuse for a human being also filmed himself having sex with underaged fans in hotel rooms.
If there was ever a reason to bring back the death penalty, Ian Watkins and his female accomplices are it.
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Contributed by Lizzie Bennett of Underground Medic.
Lizzie Bennett retired from her job as a senior operating department practitioner in the UK earlier this year. Her field was trauma and accident and emergency and she has served on major catastrophe teams around the UK. Lizzie publishes Underground Medic on the topic of preparedness.