*BREAKING* DEVIL WORSHIPPING PAEDO claim as court told 4 yr old was with notorious Ayrshire NONCE

5th Nov 2017

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convicted paedophile sat outside his home while a naked and vulnerable four-year-old girl ran around him, a court was told.

William Cunningham – one of Scotland’s most dangerous sex offenders – was also practising Devil worship in the garden, neighbours claimed.

Cunningham – who has 35 prior convictions including sex offences, child cruelty and attempted murder – was accused of breaching strict conditions banning him from contact with young people.

However, the charge against him was found not proven by a jury at Kilmarnock Sheriff Court last week.

One witness, who cannot be identified for legal reasons, told the court the young girl was a “wee chatterbox” who would speak to anyone.

Charge was found not proven at Kilmarnock Sheriff Court on Friday

The man said he discovered Cunningham, 50 – known as Billy Bandana – was living locally and he saw him outside his home drinking coffee.

He went on: “I didn’t know who he was at the time but the girl was running about and he would say hello to her.

“She had no clothes on and she’d be running about outside.”

The witness said it happened “three, four, five times” and Cunningham would talk to the girl, adding: “She would speak away to him.

“It went on until the social work said they would look into it.”

Social worker Jamie Turnbull said a family living below the flat Cunningham shared with another man in Kilmarnock, Ayrshire, “raised a number of concerns”.

Mr Turnbull, who discussed with his manager how the child could be kept safe, added: “There were loud sexual noises at night and in the early morning.”

Mr Turnbull said there were concerns about social behaviour involving Cunningham and the man in whose flat he was staying.

“Apparently they were practising Devil worship in the garden and the family had concerns about that,” he said.

On Friday a jury found the charge, alleging Cunningham breached his Sexual Offences Prevention Order by being in contact with the girl in May, not proven.

In January, neighbours were up in arms after discovering Cunningham – who has twice been jailed for breaching the control order – had been housed near them in Kilmarnock.

A spokeswoman for East Ayrshire Council said the accommodation issue was an “extremely complex and sensitive area of work”. http://www.dailyrecord.co.uk/news/scottish-news/devil-worship-paedo-claim-court-11472476  http://archive.is/FjhMW 

 

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Cunningham – who has 35 prior convictions including sex offences, child cruelty and attempted murder – was accused of breaching strict conditions banning him from contact with young people.

One witness, who cannot be identified for legal reasons, said the young girl was a “wee chatterbox” who would speak to anyone.

The man said he discovered Cunningham – known as Billy Bandana – was living locally and he saw him outside his home drinking coffee.

He went on: “I didn’t know who he was at the time but the girl was running about and he would say hello to her. She had no clothes on and she’d be running about outside.”

The witness said it happened “three, four, five times” and Cunningham would talk to the girl, adding: “She would speak away to him. It went on until the social work said they would look into it.”

Social worker Jamie Turnbull said a family living below the flat Cunningham shared with another man in Kilmarnock “raised a number of concerns”.

Mr Turnbull, who discussed with his manager how the child could be kept safe, added: “There were loud sexual noises at night and in the early morning.”

The girl was already on an interim child protection register, Kilmarnock Sheriff Court heard.

Mr Turnbull said there were concerns about social behaviour involving Cunningham and the man in whose flat he was staying.

He said: “Apparently they were practising Devil worship in the garden and the family had concerns about that.”  

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A jury found the charge, alleging Cunningham breached his Sexual Offences Prevention Order by being in contact with the girl in May, not proven.

In January, neighbours were up in arms after discovering Cunningham – who has twice been jailed for breaching the control order – had been housed near them in Kilmarnock.

A spokeswoman for East Ayrshire Council said the accommodation issue was an “extremely complex and sensitive area of work”  https://www.thescottishsun.co.uk/news/1799153/william-cunningham-kilmarnock-trial/     http://archive.is/uCMr8 


 

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