TRANNY GOS­SIP DAD-IN-LAW’S VILE AN­I­MAL PORN STASH 117 sick pho­tos on his home com­puter

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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.

Brian “the Guv’nor” Reader, 79, of Dart­ford, Kent, failed to per­suade three judges at the Court of Ap­peal in Lon­don that a con­fis­ca­tion or­der against him was wrongly im­posed and should be quashed.

Reader, one of the ring­leaders of the no­to­ri­ous mul­ti­mil­lion-pound heist, was jailed for six years and three months in March 2016 after plead­ing guilty to con­spir­acy to com­mit bur­glary. to post on­line”.

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”.

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