Notorious child rapist and murderer who kidnapped, strangled and ran over a boy, six, will walk around freely within WEEKS after 26 years behind bars
- A child rapist and murderer must go free after 26 years in prison
- Phillip Wayne Lett was convicted of murdering a boy, six years old, and raping another
- Lett & # 39; s 26-a-half year prison sentence for the crimes expires on June 23
- A judge from Sydney has ruled that Lett will be closely monitored when he is released
A child murderer and rapist who considered his crimes so terrible that he has never argued for a conditional release will be closely monitored if he is released within a few weeks, a judge has decided.
Phillip Wayne Lett's 26 and a half year prison sentence ends on June 23 for killing six-year-old Damien Luke Noyes in Penrith, West Sydney in 1992 and raping a boy between 1988 and 1992.
But he will not be completely free after the New South Wales Supreme Court has ordered Helen Wilson of New South Wales to be closely monitored for release and assessed by two qualified experts.
Damien Luke Noyes, six, was kidnapped and killed near his home in western Sydney three days before Christmas in 1992. His murderer, Phillip Wayne Lett, strangled the boy and ran him over in his car and then threw his naked body near a train station. He was five in this photo
The 54-part order also prevents – except with the express permission of his supervisor – that Lett becomes a member of social media and leaves the house between 10 pm and 6 am or goes to a series of places where children often come.
Those locations include schools, theme parks, cinemas, libraries, museums, swimming pools, parks and caravan parks.
Justice Wilson, citing a psychiatrist's report, said that Lett did not request release during his time in custody because he did not earn & # 39; for what he did & # 39 ;.
Dr. Scott Clark had also noted that the defendant seemed afraid of the end of his sentence and had said he would not leave custody because he felt safe there for drugs, alcohol and anger, the judge said.
Justice Wilson said there was no question that the crimes of Lett & # 39; seriously serious & # 39; but that he had done everything he had done to detain his behavior.
Phillip Wayne Lett & # 39; s (pictured) 26-a-half-year prison sentence ends on June 23. A judge has ruled that he will be closely monitored if he is released within a few weeks
& # 39; To the extent that a prison sentence can rehabilitate a prisoner who has committed terrible crimes of the nature committed by the suspect, he has reached that level of rehabilitation, & # 39; she said.
However, she noted that strictly regulated prison life was very different from being in the community.
& # 39; If the existing risk manifests itself, the consequences would be too bad to ignore & # 39 ;, Judge Wilson said.
Lett, who was now older in the late 1950s, had argued that his risk of recidivism was rated no greater than average.
Damien's naked and broken body was found dumped in a parking garage in western Sydney
Lett was 32 when he removed his Christmas piece from his home in West Sydney in 1992 for Christmas while playing with his two younger brothers.
Damien's naked and broken body was dumped the next day in a parking lot near Penrith train station.
The child was strangled with his underpants and shorts tied around his neck, and he still wore his sneakers.
After strangling the child, Lett ran over his dead body several times.
Lett was sentenced to 26 years in prison in March 1994.
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