Saturday, 26 October 2019

self-obsessed rapist jailed for life in Lancashire

A 45-year-Old man Has been described as  a "vicious rapist" has been handed life after being convicted of attacking two women.

The man is identified as Andrew Delsol, he has been found  guilty of 11 counts of physical and sexual violence against two women between 1985 and 2001.

During the trial at Bradford Crown Court, the first woman told how she was beaten and raped by Delsol in Bradford when she was a teenager. "His attacks on her own punching and kicking her, trying to drown her in the bath and indecently assaulting a carpet cleaner pole," the court heard.

The High court heard that Delsol battered the second woman with a hairbrush and plunged a screwdriver into her leg, as well as her petrol. The woman, who admitted she was smitten with Delsol, said he would assault her in the woods where she could hear her screaming and attacking her underwater in a lake, threatening her with an ax, picking her up by the hair and punching her on the side of the head.

She said: "He's just a little black and blue every day. He needs putting away for life. He'll carry on hurting people. He was handsome and beautiful ... but he was evil. "The 55-year-old is currently serving a 13-year prison sentence imposed in 2015 for terrorizing a young mother in a four-month period.

He was previously jailed for eight years at Carlisle's Crown Court in 2002 after holding his teenage girlfriend captive for six days, threatening to dismember her and attacking her.

Thr Lancashire Police in 2009 issued a Violent Offender Order to protect women from Delsol, who was first jailed in 1989 after he burned a woman with a blowtorch, tried to make her drink bleach and forced her out of a window with a rope tied around her Neck Region

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