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The prison letters from Madeleine paedophile suspect Raymond Hewlett that blamed his young victims for attacks

Original Source: MAIL: MONDAY 25 MAY 2009
By Vanessa Allen
Last updated at 3:43 PM on 25th May 2009
Convicted paedophile Raymond Hewlett has blamed his victims for his sex attacks
Convicted paedophile Raymond Hewlett blamed his young victims for his sickening history of sex attacks, his prison letters have revealed.

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'.

He whined: '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 go wrong.'

The 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.

They 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.

In one 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 it.'

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.'

Hewlett was first jailed for 18 months in 1972, after sexually assaulting a neighbour's 12-year-old daughter.

Six years later in 1978 he was jailed again for four years for attempting to rape a 14-year-old girl after holding a gun to her head.

He was then locked up again for six years in 1988 after he kidnapped and assaulted another 14-year-old schoolgirl.

In March 1988, while he was held at Risley remand centre in Warrington, Cheshire, awaiting trial for the third offence, Hewlett wrote to his 20-year-old 'Darling Daughter' Gina.

Hewlett is at the subject of a police inquiry into the disappearance of Madeleine McCann
In a spidery scrawl, littered with grammatical errors, Hewlett wrote: 'I do believe there is a God, there has to be something more than this wicked evil world, what I find hard to grasp is why me?

'Why when I've got everything I need why when I behave like any other normal person do I have to be destroyed?

'What have I done that makes me have to pay over and over again, I still feel as though I've been singled out to be tramped on and stamped on like some bloody insect, tell me am I a human being or not?

'Well my Darling Daughter I just wish I could have a visit with just you or you and your Mum.'

In a second letter, Hewlett blames his latest 14-year-old victim for his crimes, and accuses her of lying about her kidnap and assault ordeal.

'She does not describe the interior of the vehicle correctly, but says the seats were black plastic when they were brown cloth,' he moaned.

'She said the car was smaller than a Marina with a front like a Chevette, she's got loads either wrong on purpose or just forgotten to mention them, and yet everyone describes her as an intelligent girl, she... goes on to say how calm she was because she never panics, I know she doesn't she even says she was calmer than me, that's because she had complete control of the situation, I just went along with it.

'I seem to be back in the same situation putting my hands up and surrendering, but what's new, I always get sold down the river.

'I just wish I knew what was going to happen but I think I already know, more jail maybe for a long time, I've lost all faith, truth does not seem important but that's nothing new. Your Loving Dad xxx'

In a third letter, Hewlett accused police of laughing at him when he made his statement, adding: 'I didn't find it at all amusing.'

And in a fourth he complained: 'Outside of my family I haven't got a friend in the world, even my own brother and sisters have turned their backs on me... it's a good job I've got someone like you, mind you was always my favourite girl, the only trouble is you grew up but at least your [sic] still there, people are trying to make me into some sort of monster but you know different Gina.

'I've got so much love to give but every time I give it something seems to go wrong.'

In a letter from Gartree Prison in Market Harborough, Leics, in September 1989, Hewlett even complained to Gina, now 41, about social workers interfering with his family.

He wrote: 'I'd give anything for you to put your arm round me... and say Dad I love you... Kids don't matter in this lousy world, when you love your kids and treat them right you get those Social Services B******* breathing down you neck. Why don't they pick on families that do mistreat kids?'


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