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Stinson waited for a trial of the girl's rape when the woman threatened to tell him she would kill him (stock)

Vigilante who killed a pedophile, found that a 10-year-old girl was raped at a party, loses his pray for freedom after 12 years in prison

  • Aubrey Thomas Harrison is behind bars for the murder of pedophile Glen Stinson
  • Stinson waited for his 10-year-old girl to be raped when he was murdered
  • Harrison, his uncle, and wife all walked together on Stinson and killed him
  • Harrison was denied an early release from prison for fear of recidivism
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A man who killed a convicted pedophile has lost his fight for release from prison.

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Aubrey Thomas Harrison is behind bars for the murder of pedophile Glen Stinson in Foxton, New Zealand in 2017, stuff reported.

Harrison and his uncle Bruce Raymond Tamatea and another woman killed Stinson after sexually abusing a 10-year-old girl.

Stinson waited for a trial of the girl's rape when the woman threatened to tell him she would kill him.

Stinson waited for a trial of the girl's rape when the woman threatened to tell him she would kill him (stock)

Stinson waited for a trial of the girl's rape when the woman threatened to tell him she would kill him (stock)

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The trio then pushed Stinson into a car and drove him to Foxton where they hit him with a hammer, stamped on him before he was stabbed to death by Tamatea, the publication reported.

The woman said they were not going to kill Stinson, just scare him.

& # 39; I had the hammer, I used the hammer. It would only be a bash, & Tamatea said in court.

Harrison was found guilty of murder and assault. The woman was found guilty of manslaughter and Tamatea was found guilty of the murder.

& # 39; I had the hammer, I used the hammer. It was only supposed to be a bash, & # 39; said Tamatea during his trial (stock)

& # 39; I had the hammer, I used the hammer. It was only supposed to be a bash, & # 39; said Tamatea during his trial (stock)

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& # 39; I had the hammer, I used the hammer. It was only supposed to be a bash, & # 39; said Tamatea during his trial (stock)

In August, Harrison was eligible for conditional release after a prison sentence of at least 12 years, but lost his bid for freedom this week.

The judge denied Harrison's early conditional bid after a report revealed a high risk of recidivism, the publication reported.

He noted that during his time behind bars he was involved in drugs, violence and disobedient court orders.

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