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Who Really is the Serial Sex Monster?

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« on: May 28, 2010, 04:44:24 am »
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Who really is the serial Sex monster… Narkle the serial rapist or the courts who keep letting him out?


Sex monster Garry Narkle faces life in jail for raping homeless man

•   By Cortlan Bennett
•   From: AAP
•   May 28, 2010 2:07PM

WESTERN Australia's most notorious sex offender Garry Narkle may spend the rest of his life behind bars for raping a homeless man in a caravan.
Narkle, 55, was found guilty by Perth District Court Judge Philip Eaton on Friday of six counts of sexual penetration without consent.

Narkle had elected not to be tried by a jury, and sat in the dock with his head bowed for almost 90 minutes as Judge Eaton read his verdict - raising his head only briefly on being found guilty and led away into custody.

He as once described by former WA Attorney-General Jim McGinty as a ``serial sex monster'' and has a long record of sex and violence offences,

After the verdict was read, prosecutor Janet Whitbread said the state would apply to have Narkle held indefinitely, given his extensive criminal record.

The six charges were in relation to events on the night of January 29, 2009, when Narkle met his 39-year-old victim outside a bank ATM and invited him back to his Queens Park caravan, in Perth's southern suburbs.

There, Narkle drugged the man, locked the caravan, and proceeded to **** him three times after threatening him with violence.

The court heard the victim woke the next morning and escaped from the caravan as Narkle slept.

He attended Royal Perth Hospital later that night complaining of having been sexually assaulted.

Narkle was arrested by police in Gosnells more than four months later, on June 9, 2009, still wearing a gold and onyx ring that had belonged to the victim.

In his ruling, Judge Eaton said Narkle had opportunistically taken advantage of a homeless man who was in poor health at the time.

He had changed his story three times when questioned by police, first denying any sexual activity, and then claiming it was consensual.

Judge Eaton said Narkle was not a credible witness, and was satisfied beyond a reasonable doubt that he had used the threat of violence to coerce his victim into having oral and anal sex.

After drinking port and taking a cocktail of drugs, Narkle's victim was too weak to resist.

Narkle, who has been in custody since his arrest, was remanded for sentencing on July 30.
In May 2005 WA Attorney General Jim McGinty said the public deserved to be protected from people like Garry Narkle, whom he said had a history of sex attacks and a dangerous and severe personality disorder (DSPD).

He called Narkle a "serial sex monster".
Narkle had been out of prison for about a year after being jailed for sexually assaulting a woman.
In July 2007, Narkle pleaded guilty to one charge of indecent assault and was jailed for eight months.
The Perth Magistrates Court was told Narkle touched the woman after asking her for sex in an Armadale delicatessen in February 2005.

In sentencing, the Magistrate said the act was clearly that of a sex offender and he considered imprisonment the only appropriate punishment.
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« Reply #1 on: July 22, 2010, 03:11:45 pm »
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I tried to have sex with cereal once (Corn Flakes) but it didn't do anything for me...

I prefer a big tube of salami and a bowl of Jello.
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« Reply #2 on: July 31, 2010, 12:48:04 pm »
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He only got 10 YEARS.... what a disgrace... the follow up to the Gary Narkle story.



Garry Narkle's crimes over 38 years revealed in District Court

THE District Court today heard full details of Garry Narkle's convictions stretching back 38 years. In his sentencing remarks, Justice Eaton told the court:

"YOUR offending began at a very young age with appearances initially in Narrogin in the Children’s Court.

Your first appearance in superior court was in the Supreme Court on 27 October 1972 at the age of 17 years.  Having been convicted of two counts of breaking, entering and stealing and two of robbery with violence in company, you were sentenced to a term of eight years’ imprisonment with a direction that you serve a minimum of four years before being eligible for release on parole.

An appeal against sentence succeeded in the Court of Criminal Appeal and in February of the following year, the sentence was reduced to a requirement that you serve two and a half years’ imprisonment before being eligible for release on parole.

Having been released from prison, you continued to offend, being convicted in mid-1975 in the Perth Court of Petty Sessions of a range of offences and sentenced to further terms of imprisonment.  You continued to offend intermittently throughout the 1970s.

In April of 1980 and again on two occasions in February of 1982, you were convicted of aggravated assault on a female.  The first of those convictions attracted a term of six months’ imprisonment and the latter attracted fines of $100 each.

In August 1982, you were found guilty in this court of one count of abducting a female under the age of 16 years and two counts of unlawful carnal knowledge of that complainant.  You were sentenced again to terms of imprisonment.  Again, you appealed and in November of 1982, the Court of Criminal Appeal allowed the appeal and reduced the sentence imposed upon you.

In 1985, you were convicted in the Supreme Court of Perth of two counts of ****, one of deprivation of liberty and one of breaking and entering with intent.  Again, you were sentenced to terms of imprisonment, being required to serve a minimum term of three years and six months before being eligible for release on parole.

In September 1990, you were again convicted in the Supreme Court of Western Australia at Perth on two counts of aggravated sexual assault and one of deprivation of liberty.  You were sentenced to an aggregate term of 10 years’ imprisonment.

Following your release, there were several minor offences followed in this court in March of 2000 with convictions for deprivation of liberty, assault with intent to commit a crime and assault occasioning bodily harm.  You were  sentenced to a total term of seven years’ imprisonment on that occasion, being denied eligibility for parole.

Following your release from that term, there were further minor convictions in February 2005.

In September 2007 in the Perth Magistrates Court, you were convicted of indecent assault and sentenced to a term of eight months’ imprisonment.  Again, you were successful on appeal in the Court of Criminal Appeal in February of 2008 and the sentence imposed was set aside; in lieu thereof, a sentence of six months and two weeks’ imprisonment suspended for four months was imposed.
During the latter part of 2008, you were convicted of several minor offences, one involving possession of amphetamines, and you were fined in each case.

The offences for which you must now be sentenced occurred in January of the following year, 2009.  They are convictions on all counts, as I said earlier, in Perth indictment 36 of 2010, they being for sexual penetration without consent in the case of counts 2, 4, 5 and 6 and for unlawful and indecent assault in the case of counts 1 and 3.  The maximum penalty provided by law for the former is 14 years’ imprisonment and for the latter, five years’ imprisonment.''
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