Father of girl, 11, abducted, raped by Brett David Hill in Newcastle has the last word on her attacker
& # 39; Enjoy prison mate & # 39 ;: father of girl, 11, abducted on the way to school and raped in five-hour ordeal shouts at her attacker while pleading guilty of horrific crime
- The father of two Brett David Hill was found guilty of the horrific rape of a schoolgirl, 11
- Hill kidnapped the girl when she went to school in Newcastle in June 2018
- He attacked indecently and sexually for more than five hours and three locations
- When he was led out of court, the girl's father shouted: & # 39; Enjoy jailmate & # 39;
The father of an 11-year-old girl who was abducted on the way to school and raped in a horrible five-hour ordeal, shouted at her attacker when he was led to jail.
Brett David Hill, 49, seized the young girl at Adamstown Heights, Newcastle, in June 2018. He took her to three different locations where she was sexually assaulted before finally releasing her at Kotara train station.
While guilty on Wednesday of his last charge at the Newcastle court, his victim's parents were left behind to see him being led from the dock on their way to prison.
& # 39; Enjoy jailmate, & # 39; shouted the girl's father.
The pedophile refused to look at it.
Brett David Hill (photo) refused to look at the parents of the 11-year-old girl whom he brutally kidnapped and raped in June 2018 after being found guilty of the last of his allegations
The girl was on her way to school in June 2018 when she was abducted by Hill, who used scissors. He took her to three different locations, and indecent and sexually abused her for almost five hours
The young girl went to school on June 12, 2018 at around 9.15 am when she was approached by Hill in Hudson Park, threatened with scissors and forced into a red car.
In the next five hours, Hill, a two-year-old father, took her to three locations, where she was treated indecent and sexually abused.
He released her at the Kotara train station, about 1.5 km from where she was taken.
The horrific attack was reported to the police and a large-scale manhunt received an overwhelming response from the community, resulting in Hill & # 39; s arrest just four days later.
The girl was abducted from Hudson Park (photo) and released at the Kotara train station – about 1.5 km away
Hill had previously been found guilty of one count of aggravated abduction, four counts of increased sexual abuse and one count of possession of child abuse material, but denied a number of other charges.
On Wednesday, when his trial was about to commence, he pleaded guilty to three additional allegations of aggravated sexual abuse of a child under the age of 16.
As a result, four other costs were withdrawn.
The allegations of aggravated abduction and severe sexual abuse each have a maximum sentence of 20 years in prison.
Hill will appear in court on December 17 to be convicted.
TIME LINE OF A HORRICIAN CRIME
11 June 2018 : An 11-year-old girl is threatened and abducted at Hudson Park in Adamstown Heights, near Newcastle, while walking to school at 9.15 am. She was forced into a red car and driven to bushland, where she was reportedly repeatedly sexually assaulted before being released almost five hours later at Kotara train station.
12 June: NSW Police launches a manhunt and public call to find the man responsible for what she described at the time as a & # 39; gruesome attack & # 39;
June 16: A Lambton Heights man, 47, is arrested by police at a traffic stop in the suburb of Newcastle, Hamilton. He is accused of kidnapping, indecent and aggravated sexual abuse.
June 19th: The man is identified as Brett David Hill after a court has lifted a suppression order in his name.
February 2019: Hill pleads guilty of four allegations, including aggravating a person's favor and three counts of aggravated sexual assault.
May 14, 2019: Hill brought more resources for a series of indictments when he appeared before the Newcastle court. He pleaded guilty to one count of sexual intercourse with the girl but did not plead guilty to another four identical charges. He will stand trial for the crimes he has not declared guilty in October.
October 14, 2019: Hill & # 39; s trial is delayed due to hospitalization
October 16, 2019: Hill pleaded guilty to three additional allegations of aggravated sexual abuse of a child under 16 and four other allegations have been withdrawn. He will be sentenced in December.
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