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Australia Garry Narkle, dubbed a 'serial sex monster' to stay in jail after dangerous sex offender hearing

15:15  08 november  2019
15:15  08 november  2019 Source:   abc.net.au

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One of WA's worst sex offenders will remain behind bars after the state's Chief Justice found that his "psychopathic" and "self-centred" personality meant he posed an unacceptable risk of committing further crimes, even against his own wife.

Garry Narkle, 64, was once described in State Parliament as "a serial sex monster" for his 40-year criminal history that includes violent sex offences against women, children and a man.

His 10-year jail sentence for his last offence — the rape of a homeless man in 2009 — expired earlier this year, but prosecutors argued in the Supreme Court he should be legally declared a "dangerous sex offender" and kept behind bars.

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Chief Justice Peter Quinlan agreed, finding that while Narkle had already been punished for his crimes, there were "deeply entrenched features of [his] make up", including a "psychopathic personality", that made him a risk of committing further offences.

Chief Justice Quinlan said on the evidence before him, Narkle put his "own gratification" above "the safety, dignity and humanity of his victims" and there was "a significant likelihood" he would offend again.

"You are self-centred and indifferent to others. It is ... unlikely to change," he said.

'Abusive and controlling' relationship

One of the reasons prosecutors argued against Narkle's release was a concern that the 45-year-old woman who married him in jail in 2011, and who he planned to live with on release, would be added to his long list of victims.

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Garry Narkle has a 40-year criminal history of violent sex attacks against children, women and a man, and was described by former attorney-general Jim McGinty as a ' serial sex monster '. The Prisoners Review Board said earlier this year that Narkle 's extensive record suggested a high risk of reoffending

Serial sex offender Garry Narkle has been sentenced to 10 years in prison for raping a homeless man at Queens Park in suburban Perth.

The woman's identity is suppressed.

Chief Justice Quinlan said after listening to recorded prison phone calls between the two, and hearing evidence from the woman, it was his view their relationship on Narkle's side "was abusive and controlling".

He said Narkle belittled his wife in the calls and subjected her to "verbal abuse of the most appalling kind".

Narkle had "a persistent and unwavering suspicion" that she was being unfaithful and continually quizzed her about her movements, something Chief Justice Quinlan said showed Narkle's "controlling personality".

The couple met in 2009, three weeks before Narkle was taken into custody, and Chief Justice Quinlan said in the 10 years since then the woman had visited Narkle only two to three times a year, which meant their actual physical contact was "remarkably little".

He said she displayed a "lack of any real appreciation and comprehension" of her husband's criminal record, noting he had lied to her in the past and only recently given her "a piecemeal and inadequate" recounting of his history.

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Laws allowing dangerous sex offenders (DSOs) to be jailed indefinitely in WA were introduced in 2005, sparked in part by Narkle 's repeat offending. He was described by former attorney general Jim McGinty as a " serial sex monster ". DSOs detained under a continuing detention order have annual

Serial sex offender Gary Narkle drugged a homeless man before repeatedly raping him. Both Narkle and MGD’s cases are being considered in the context of WA’s revamped dangerous sexual “We made these laws as tough as we can to stay on the right side of the constitution, we do not want

The woman testified that she did not have any fear of her husband and did not consider he would act in a violent way against her.

But Chief Justice Quinlan described that view as "ill-considered and unrealistic", saying he considered she would be placed in a vulnerable position if he was released.

"In the end I am left with grave concerns for the physical and emotional wellbeing of your wife if you were to live together," he said.

Under WA's Dangerous Sex Offender laws, the Chief Justice could have allowed Narkle to be released into the community on a strict supervision order with a range of conditions including constant electronic monitoring.

But he said given Narkle's record and his "anti-authoritarian attitudes", he could not be satisfied he would comply with any court orders and therefore he should be detained for "control, care or treatment".

Narkle appeared via video link from prison for the judgment.

His case will be reviewed again by the Supreme Court in a year.

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