A teenger who “wanted to know what it was like to kill someone” was jailed for 17 years in Reading, Berkshire, London, England.
Callum Stroomer, 18, stabbed two schoolgirls and sexually assaulted two others because he could not accept the fact that he is homosexual.
Callum Stroomer has been jailed for 17 years after stabbing two schoolgirls and sexually assaulting others because he could not come to terms with his sexuality
The young man stabbed the two girls with a knife, leaving one of them blind in one eye and suffering from panic attacks, and sexually assaulted two girls between 13 and 15 years.
In court he admitted that he wanted to know what it was like to kill someone. That’s why he attacked two girls who wanted him to live the house, left them bleeding and rang emergency services reporting that two men had broken into and attacked them.
Stroomer claimed he was acting in self-defence when he lashed out with the knife after being the target of gay taunts from the girls. In another development, the teenager pestered his victims to send him explicit photos and sexual text messages to later force them have sex with him.
The teenager showed no remorse as he was convicted of attempted murder, assault by penetration, causing a child to engage in sexual activity and rape. Stroomer was placed on the Sex Offenders’ Register indefinitely and imprisoned for 17 years.
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