Strange: Por.n Man Killed Six Women and Girls Due to Addiction
A po.rn addicted star has snacked the life of six women and girls whose lives were the horrifically snuffed out by men addicted to vile pornography and seeking to reenact it in the most chilling fashion
By name, Hannah Pearson, 16, Jane Longhurst, 31, Joanna Yeates, 25, Becky Watts, 16, Georgia Williams, 17, and April Jones, five, were all brutally murdered by the addicted.
Their killers had all watched violent pornography before committing murder as easy availability of porn on smartphones and computers made problem worse while some people make fortune with the same smartphone.
As reported by online mail, She was a bubbly blonde teenager with her whole life ahead of her.
At 16, farmer’s daughter Hannah Pearson was a former school captain who had just emerged from a difficult two-year battle with anorexia.
Who knows what she might have gone on to achieve?
Hannah never got the chance to find out, for on a warm July evening last year her life was brutally cut short when she was throttled to death by a young man eight years older.
Shockingly, the court heard that Morton had previously attempted to throttle a woman partner, though she had escaped with her life.
Hannah Pearson was killed by James Morton, who was obsessed with se,xual strangulation, and her death came about after he plied her with alcohol, forcing her to recreate a scene he had watched in a porn film
Hannah was not so lucky. While a panicked Morton called 999 when she stopped breathing, she was pronounced dead shortly after her arrival at hospital.
Morton denied murder, but last month was found guilty of manslaughter after a trial at Nottingham Crown Court in which the links between Hannah’s death and her killer’s enjoyment of violent pornography were made plain.
Sentencing him to 12 years in prison, Judge Mrs Justice Carr told him he subjected Hannah to ‘auto-erotic se.xual activity’ when she could not object. ‘You enjoyed the domination, something you had seen on a porn DVD previously, and had also tried with at least one previous girlfriend.’
The distressing case once again raised worrying questions about the relationship between the ready availability of violent pornography and the rape and murder of women and girls.