UK’s ‘most notorious paedo’ who organised gang rapes launches freedom bid
The UK's "most notorious paedo" is set to launch a freedom bid with the sick 95-year-old attempting a parole bid for the 11th time.
It comes as Sidney Cooke, 95, launches another bid for freedom after a parole board has ruled against him a previous 10 times.
The evil child molester and serial killer was set to die behind bars but his freedom could be one step closer after yet another freedom bid was launched by the disgusting pensioner.
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Cooke was responsible for the death of Jason Swift and has long been suspected of murdering Mark Tildesley, 7, back in the late 1980s.
The 95-year-old along with a gang of fellow paedophiles were said to have brutally raped and murdered youngsters, with parole chiefs formally reviewing his freedom bid.
Sources close to the prisoner, nicknamed Hissing Sid, believe a hearing will be held as early as February next year, according to The Sun.
Cooke would be given the results of the parole board within weeks, which will decide whether or not the 95-year-old is staying right where he is or if he is to be moved to a cushy new open prison.
The notorious paedophile was a member of the so-called "Dirty Dozen", a horrifying paedo ring that abused young boys throughout the 1980s.
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Cooke was convicted of manslaughter for his involvement in the disturbing sex-fuelled killing of Swift, 14, who vanished from his east London home.
The youngster was said to have been gang raped by members of the group, who paid £5 to take part in the sickening act.
Swift's naked body was found buried at a farm in Essex on November 1985, with Cooke sentenced to 19 years but released in 1998.
National outcry followed, but sicko Cooke found himself back behind bars for abusing two boys on 10 occasions in the 1970s, with the 95-year-old remaining behind bars ever since he was rearrested.
A spokeswoman for the Parole Board reported by The Sun said: "The parole review has now been referred to the Parole Board by the Secretary of State for Justice and is following standard processes. A hearing is expected to take place early next year."
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