Vigilante who murdered a paedophile after he was found raping girl, 10, at a party loses his bid for freedom after 12 years in jail

Vigilante who murdered a paedophile after he was found raping girl, 10, at a party loses his bid for freedom after 12 years in jail

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A VIGILANTE who murdered a paedophile who had been caught raping a ten-year-old girl at a party has been declined parole.

Aubrey Thomas Harrison, 37, is serving a life sentence for the murder of Glen Stinson, 67, in New Zealand in 2007.

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Aubrey Thomas Harrison, 37, is serving a life sentence for the murder of Glen Stinson, 67, in New Zealand in 2007[/caption]

Stinson was at the time awaiting trial for the rape of a ten-year-old girl
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Harrison, with his uncle, Bruce Raymond Tamatea, and a woman who cannot be named, killed Stinson while he was awaiting trial for the assault.

The woman had already threatened to kill Stinson when the three of them bundled him into the boot of a car and drove him to the small town of Foxton.

Stinson was beaten with a hammer, stomped on, and choked and his body left outside a nearby poultry farm.

The woman later claimed the trio had not intended to kill Stinson, wtih Tamatea saying the plan had been to “scare the s**t” out of him.

“I had the hammer, I used the hammer. It was only supposed to be a bash,” Tamatea said.

Harrison was found guilty of murder and assault, Tamatea of murder, and the woman of manslaughter.

Tamatea pleaded guilty to the murder, and told the trials of Harrison and the woman that he had been the only one of the three to inflict violence on Harrison.

Harrison became eligible for parole after serving his minimum sentence of 12 years, but his bid was denied by a judge on Saturday.

A report from Harrison’s first parole hearing found Harrison found that he was still at high risk of re-offending, Stuff reported.

He has a six-page long criminal record that includes violence, drugs, and disobeying court orders, and has served six previous prison terms.

He was involved with drugs early in his prison term, though his behaviour has improved since 2016.

The board said he would need to make more solid arrangements, in particular for a stable place to live, before he could be released.

Stinson’s family did not claim his body after the murder.


Stinson committed his first sexual offence at 17, going on to rack up 10 sex-related convictions.

He was also found to have breached his bail conditions after being found watching pupils outside a boys’ high school in Palmerston.


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