TRANNY GOSSIP DAD-IN-LAW’S VILE ANIMAL PORN STASH 117 sick photos on his home computer
AN OAP who bullied his ex son-in-law and tried to shame him for his ‘sexual preferences’ was caught with hundreds of photos of animal porn.
Paul Manifold, 72, tried to sabotage his victim’s chances of being taken on as a coach at a sports club and bombarded him with texts, including one that read “I will inform your friends about your dirty little secret”, claiming he’d been cross-dressing.
Police later searched Manifold’s home in Coventry, West Mids, and discovered on his computer 117 pictures showing women having sex with animals.
The dad was arrested and admitted sending malicious communication and possessing extreme porn.
He was sentenced to six months in prison, suspended for 12 months, and made the TEXTS: Paul Manifold subject to a restraining order banning him from contacting the victim.
Warwick Crown Court heard the pensioner’s hate campaign had lasted two years, from the point his daughter’s marriage had ended.
Graeme Simpson, prosecuting, said that Manifold wrote on Facebook the victim “dresses in women’s clothes and takes selfies A MEMBER of the 2015 Hatton Garden jewellery raid gang has lost a challenge against an order that he must pay back more than £6.6million.
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Manifold also accused him of sending “photos of himself pleasuring himself in a field”.
He claimed he sent the messages because was concerned about his ex son-in-law coaching young boys at local cricket and rugby clubs.
During sentencing the judge, Sylvia de Bertodano, said the OAP, “...never suggested [his victim] was doing anything illegal. It was just things he didn’t like, because he doesn’t like the idea of people having different sexual preferences.”
The judge described it as “somewhat ironic” that when Manifold’s computer was looked at, it showed hundreds of examples of “criminal sexual behaviour”.
Manifold’s defence, Daniel White, said his client had “expressed remorse”.