Dartford convicted killer jailed after paedophile hunter sting (News)

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Lee Webster

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Lee Webster had beforehand been jailed after killing his good friend with anti-depressant tablets

A convicted killer who was caught attempting to fulfill a younger woman for intercourse has been jailed.

Lee Webster, 32, was detained after being confronted by paedophile hunters in Kent once they posed because the woman he organized to fulfill.

He was handed a four-and-a-half yr sentence at Maidstone Crown Courtroom.

Webster, of Dartford, was beforehand jailed in 2013 for the manslaughter of a good friend by lacing his drink with anti-depressant tablets.

Within the newest trial, the courtroom was informed Webster contacted what he believed had been 5 ladies aged between 12 and 15, between January and April this yr, months after he was launched from jail.

He pleaded responsible to 5 prices of trying to trigger a toddler to interact in sexual exercise and two prices of trying to trigger a toddler to look at a sexual act.

The courtroom heard the father-of-three despatched express photos of himself to the women and requested them to carry out intercourse acts and have intercourse with him.

He organized to fulfill one of many “ladies” however when he arrived on the website – outdoors Darent Valley Hospital – he was confronted by the paedophile hunter group and police had been referred to as.

‘Important threat’

Sentencing him, Recorder Mark Weekes stated Webster posed a major threat to members of the general public and, particularly, younger youngsters.

He was informed he’ll spend not less than two thirds of his sentence in custody earlier than being thought-about for launch beneath licence for an additional three years.

On the identical courtroom in 2013, Webster was jailed for four-and-a-half years for Mr Wooden’s manslaughter.

Mr Wooden died hours after ingesting a can of beer which Webster had laced together with his personal prescribed anti-depressant tablets.

He had denied the cost, claiming he slipped the tablets into Mr Wooden’s beer as a sensible joke.

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