Terry Williamson, the ‘Bulli Rapist’ who raped 11 victims, one as young as 5 ! Has had his supervision order lifted !
So there’s only one thing left to do. SHARE THE HELL OUT OF HIS FACE ! (Recent photo on the left, older pic on the right.) As soon as we have a better pic we will share it.
No one is watching him anymore, he is no longer on the anti-libido medication and the decision cannot be appealed, so let’s make sure everyone knows exactly who he is !
The Illawarra’s most notorious serial rapist is no longer being monitored by parole authorities after winning a legal fight to have his around-the-clock supervision permanently terminated.
Terry John Williamson, the man dubbed “the Bulli rapist”, has spent the past seven years living in the community under strict supervision, including 24hr electronic monitoring, after being released to parole in 2012.
Williamson was sentenced to 24 years’ behind bars in 1991 for the appalling rape and sexual assault of 11 victims, including children as young as five, which occurred during his 10-month reign of terror in Wollongong’s northern suburbs between 1989 and 1990.
He was given a non-parole period of 14 years but remained locked up for almost 22 years as authorities repeatedly knocked back his parole applications. He was finally released on the seventh attempt, in February 2012. How many attempts at parole should you be allowed ? You would think that if you have had 5 shots knocked back you should just be told to stay behind bars and get over it.
When Williamson’s overall sentenced expired in May 2014, prosecutors successfully applied to the NSW Supreme Court to have him placed on an extended supervision order (ESO) for a further five years.
As part of the ESO, Williamson was required to adhere to strict conditions including wearing an ankle bracelet, continuing with counselling and remain on anti-libido medication, which he’d been taking since 2004.
However, with that order due to expire on July 3 this year, the State applied to the court to have Williamson slapped with a second ESO, arguing he still presented a high risk to public safety.
Lawyers for the Crown Solicitors Office, on behalf of the government, said Williamson had been subject to “very strict conditions” and assistance for his entire time in the community and there had been no test to see how he would cope when that intense supervision ended.
But Justice David Davies refused to make the order, saying he wasn’t convinced that Williamson ought to be subject to continued monitoring.
“There is certainly evidence that the defendant is at risk of committing further serious offences but that is not the test the [Crimes (High Risk Offenders) Act] stipulates,” he wrote in a judgment published on July 2, but which can only today be revealed after a non-publication order was lifted.
“Any judge before whom an application for an ESO comes must be satisfied to a high degree of probability that the defendant is an unacceptable risk of committing a further serious offence. In my opinion, the matters alleged in the supporting documentation put forward on the present application would not, if proved, justify the making of an extended supervision order because the court could not be satisfied to a high degree of probability that the defendant poses an unacceptable risk of committing a serious offence.”
In making his determination, Justice Davies relied on three recent reports – two from Williamson’s treating psychologists and one from his Community Correction officers.
They revealed Williamson had been a model citizen during his time in the community, having never breached his parole, always taken his anti-libido medication and completed all required psychological interventions.
“Over the course of Mr Williamson’s parole and ESO, his level of compliance with supervision has been exemplary,” one of the psychologists. The reports also painted a picture of a man trying to get on with life: Williamson’s Community Corrections officer said he has a part-time job in the commercial fruit industry (his employer is aware of his prior crimes and remains supportive of him)
Justice Davies said that Williamson is “trying to get on with his life.”
Well I am sure the 5 year old and the other 10 victims that he brutally RAPED would love to get on with their lives. Too bad Williamson has left them with permanent trauma and PTSD.
I also find it interesting that Justice Davies labels Williamson a “model citizen”…. Justice model citizens DON’T RAPE 5 YEAR OLD CHILDREN ! Anyone who is capable of raping 11 women and children is not a model citizen and as much as you think he is a good person now, who wants to take that risk!!
GOOD PEOPLE DO NOT RAPE 11 PEOPLE GOOD PEOPLE DO NOT RAPE 5 YEAR OLDS !
While free from around-the-clock monitoring, Williamson is still subject to conditions associated with the NSW Child Protection Register, which allow police to check on him at his designated address.
So yeah no more supervision for this abhorrent monster, ok… so we make him famous, so everyone knows who he is and that he can never again be trusted around children !
Judges seem to think child rapists can be good people, this is simply not the case. They cannot be rehabilitated, they can never again be trusted around children and they should not ever be given the opportunity to re-offend !
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