Living next to the ‘beast’
Thu, 16 Aug 2012 7:00p.m.
In Whanganui, news of the upcoming release of Stewart Murray Wilson into the local area has been met with anger.
Wilson is a serial sex offender who was sentenced to 21 years for offences against 16 women and girls.
The parole board believes there is a risk he will reoffend. The problem is that he’s served his time and can not be held in prison beyond September 1.
He will be under strict controls once released to live in a house on prison property just outside Wanganui. But if you were his neighbour, would that calm your nerves?
Campbell Live interviews three couples who will be Wilson’s neighbours, come September 1 when he is released.
Watch the video for the full report.
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17/08/2012 7:42:09 p.m.
I feel sorry for the people that live near him that would be terrible for them!!
16/08/2012 10:13:58 p.m.
White Island wrote:
White Island would be a better place for him. He could live in a hut and have food dropped for him. He would also start suffering some of the fire and brimstone that he will no doubt encounter when he passes into the next life.
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