In a series of self-pitying notes
from his jail cell, the serial child sex
offender wrote that one of his victims had
'complete control of the situation' and that
he 'just went along with it'.
'People are trying to make me into some sort
of monster... I've got so much love to give
but every time I give it something seems to
letters to his family showed no sign of
remorse and Hewlett, now 64, desperately
tried to convince his daughter Gina that he
was innocent of his crimes.
demonstrate no understanding of the
abhorrent nature of his offences, and no
trace of compassion towards his young
victims - characteristics which will chill
Kate and Gerry McCann as their detectives
wait to speak to Hewlett about their
daughter Madeleine's disappearance.
letter, written after he was accused of
kidnapping and assaulting a 14-year-old
girl, he said: 'Everyone describes her as an
intelligent girl... she had complete control
of the situation, I just went along with
His son Wayne, one of four children from Hewlett's first marriage to Susan Ginley, said: 'He was always in denial over what he had done, as if it was somebody else's fault.'