Ireland Paedophile Tom Humphries 'thinks he is superior' and 'turns his nose up' to lags at Midlands Prison

10:10  07 february  2018
10:10  07 february  2018 Source:   msn.com

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The BDSM killer, who murdered vulnerable Elaine O’Hara in 2012, has got pally with paedo Tom Humphries in Portlaoise’s Midlands Prison . As well as the “fan mail”, female admirers are queuing up to visit him at Midlands Prison .

Tom Humphries is a convicted child molester and former sports journalist and columnist who wrote for The Irish Times. His journalism career was effectively ended after child sexual abuse allegations surfaced in 2011.

Tom Humphries Tom Humphries Sexual predator Tom Humphries “turns his nose up” at fellow inmates despite his horrendous crimes, it has been revealed.

We can also unveil he is hoping to be transferred from the Midlands Prison in Co Laois to a Dublin jail.

The 54-year-old was handed a two-and-a-half year sentence last year for grooming and abusing a teenager.

The ex-Irish Times sports journalist, with an address at Corr Castle, Sutton, North Dublin, pleaded guilty to six sexual offences against a girl under 17.

Humphries admitted to two counts of defilement of a child in Dublin between December 5, 2010, and February 19, 2011, and of four counts of inviting a child to participate in a sexually explicit, obscene or indecent act between January 2010 and March 2011.

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He said his “brilliant career is at an end” and he will “never work again as a sports journalist”. Humphries started work a journalist with The Irish Times in 1992. Prisoner Tom Humphries : a day in the life on Midlands Prison ’s G wing.

The former Irish Times sportswriter Tom Humphries has spent his first full day in jail as a sentenced convict. He is prisoner 108586 and is sharing a cell at Midlands Prison with an extortionist. They are on a landing of G wing that houses between 16 and 20 other prisoners .

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He sent her thousands of lewd texts before going on to meet her for sexual acts – beginning when she was 14.

After being processed at Dublin’s Mountjoy jail he was transferred to the Midlands Prison in Portlaoise where he is now on the same wing as sadistic murderer Graham Dwyer, serial killer Mark Nash and paedophile Matthew Horan.

A source said inmates have noticed how Humphries “turns his nose up” at other prisoners.

They added: “He gives other prisoners the impression he is superior to them. It’s as if he’s in the wrong place.

“He fails to remember why he is there and the absolutely horrendous crimes he committed.

“He turns his nose up at the others and it doesn’t go unnoticed.”

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The source believes Humphries wants a transfer to a Dublin jail, adding: “It appears he doesn’t like it at the Midlands.

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“There’s talk he wants to go to Arbour Hill as it’s seen as cushy.

“But one of the conditions of that is he engages in the sex offender programmes on offer at the Midlands.”

Humphries was one of the country’s most prominent and outspoken sports writers and commentators.

He was a volunteer and coach with junior girls GAA teams and it was in that position he sexually abused a child.

Dublin Circuit Criminal Court heard he shared more than 16,000 text messages with her.

During the vile crimes, the victim’s clothing, except her bra, were removed and a number of sex acts were performed between them.

Humphries initially contacted the young GAA player to offer support as she battled an eating disorder, but over time the messages became explicit.

He also asked the girl to “be my whore” and sent her two images of his penis.

Humphries collected the girl from a Dublin school on a Sunday and took her to his apartment where he carried out sexual offences.

The abuse stopped when his daughter found the messages on his phone and confronted him before reporting it to gardai.

Humphries was due to stand trial in relation to three further charges involving another girl, but these were dropped in September last year.

He will walk free by September 2019 because of automatic remission.

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