A convicted murderer has been jailed after committing heinous acts of sexual exploitation against two girls.
Carl Goulds, 55, was convicted of a variety of sexual offenses, including rape of two teenage girls. Rude attack; Sexual activity with a child; Causing and inciting sexual activity with a child; And to watch a child have sex.
According to CPS, Golds began his horrific abuse of girls as soon as he was licensed for life in Manchester for murder.
The CPS says it prepared, abused and manipulated its victims.
After reviving their trial by giving them evidence in the trial Manchester Crown CourtHe was found guilty.
He was sentenced to 25 years in prison and was given an indefinite sexual harm prevention order and a restraining order, which would require him to sign a register of lifelong sex offenders.
For CPS, Howard Go said: “It has taken years for victims to understand what has happened to them and how much they have been abused.
In the last act of cowardice, Golds revived his experience by giving evidence at trial.
“They were afraid they would not be believed, but the jury found their arguments to be true, and we thank them for reaching a fair verdict in this heartbreaking case.
“The toughness and bravery shown by these young women is remarkable and we would like to thank them for trusting us in their case.
“They have undoubtedly saved others from abuse, and should be an inspiration to anyone who has experienced similar abuse and is concerned about moving forward.”
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“One of the victims stated that he believed that going to court would improve his life.
“We hope this happens and they should feel proud and empowered.
“The other young gold victim spoke of his non-bailable request because he has very little control over his own.
“This control is now back in the hands of these women as they begin their imprisonment for the heinous crimes against them.”
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