‘Beast of Blenheim’ tries to rename himself as ‘Best of Blenheim’

Earlier this week, Wilson was found guilty of more historical sex offences from the 1970s and early 80s.

After a suppressed week-long trial in the High Court at Auckland, he was convicted of raping a woman, a then 9-year-old girl, and the attempted rape of a woman.

It is Wilson’s third victim, whom he attacked in Auckland during December 1976, who says police officers mistreated her and failed to take her allegations seriously.

Her night of horror began after she responded to a classified newspaper ad Wilson had placed.

The two decided to meet, but something wasn’t right.

“I just didn’t like the look of him – a strange looking person,” she said during Wilson’s trial last week.

However, Wilson would force the woman back to his Mt Eden flat.

There he attacked her.

Her arm was pulled around her back, behind a chair, and back over the top of her head.

“My arm was swinging in two pieces, out of its socket,” she said.

Stewart Murray Wilson, pictured at an earlier court appearance in 2013. Photo / File


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