The disgraced Australian ‘entertainer’ (if you can call this creep such) Rolf Harris is also a convicted paedophile. He was released from jail in May 2017 after serving three years, but unlike the forcibly placed on a flight to Jamaica this morning deportees, the authorities have allowed this rat to remain in Britain.
Just prior to his release, Harris – whose known victims (and there were likely many more than he was actually convicted of abusing) were as young as seven – penned a ‘song’ titled Gutter Girls. In it, clearly showing he has no sense of remorse for his crimes, he referenced the women and children he abused as “toothless little strumpet[s]” and “lying… scheming screaming… wolves in fine sheep’s clothing.”
More recently, in February 2019, this vile fiend wandered into a primary school playground in Maidenhead (where he bizarrely and most inappropriately waved at children) and now just as a flight full of Jamaican mostly minor offenders took off this morning, many Twitter users most sensibly asked: “Why wasn’t Rolf Harris deported when he was released?”
Pictured top: Rolf Harris with his friend Sir Cliff Richard.