It was an ”indictment” on the system [Dept of Corrections] that someone like [Malcolm] Chaston [now a convicted murder] could source objectionable material [pornograhy] while behind bars. ”It is hugely irresponsible and a disgrace,” he [Garth McVicar - Sensible Sentencing Trust Founder] said.
WHITE SUPREMACIST Malcolm Chaston was allegedly able to watch soft-porn movies before being released from prison and murdering young mother Vanessa Pickering.
Chaston will be sentenced on Monday on the murder charge and also of the sexual assault of another female.
Sensible Sentencing Trust founder Garth McVicar has released an email sent to him from a prison guard in the months leading up to Chaston’s prior release from jail in mid-2008.
The unnamed guard wrote of Chaston: ”He is a very sick puppy and these sex movies just feed his sickness.
”He watches these movies and skites about things he is going to do when he gets out.
”This is a very sick place, can you imagine why they would let sex offenders watch sex videos. God help us and the poor woman these mongrels come across when they get out.”
The email stated: ”I wonder if you are aware that the Dept of Corrections has recently decided that R16 videos and DVDs are OK to be shown in prisons.
”There is no distinction as to what type of R16 is shown to what type of prisoner _ i.e. a soft porn R16 can be shown in a sex offenders unit, and R16 with violence can be shown to violent prisoners.
”Can you imagine what these videos do to mongrels like Malcom [sic] Chaston …”
Source: Sex Movies before murder. By Neil Reid 15 April 2011 (Fairfax Media)