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Yates attacked the 60-year-old woman with a knife in an Aberdeen park but she fought back to try to protect her granddaughters, who were aged just two and eight.

He must serve 10 years of his sentence before he can be considered for parole but Lord Pentland told him he will probably never be released because of the severity of his crimes.

"He struggled terribly with his own sexuality growing up," he said."The world was telling him boys and girls should be together, and that the ideas he was having in his own mind were wrong.

READ MORE: Harlow paedophile avoids jail for possessing 'vile' images but may be subject to lie detector tests"On top of this he had a confused upbringing.

He said the behaviour went well beyond sexual gratification and was aimed at demonstrating power over the victim.

The court was told the pair met at a cleaning job and the woman had moved in with her attacker for a brief time, before deciding to leave.

Sentencing Yates, he said: 'There is clearly no doubt that you stand convicted of conduct of great evil and depravity.'I am left in no doubt that whilst you are at liberty you present an exceptionally high level of danger to the public, particularly women and children.'Yates carried out the attack five days after he was released from jail after serving a seven-year extended sentence for a sexual offence.

Two days before the incident authorities secured a court order banning him from accosting females in public.

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Among his offences, Allen-Howe encouraged boys between the ages of 12 and 17 to masturbate, perform sex acts on pets and siblings and drink their own bodily fluids.

Mitigating, Steven Levy said a long battle with his own sexuality, as well as a troubled home life played a role in Allen-Howe's offending.

CNN reported that the material was based on memos compiled by a British intelligence operative - and the hunt is now on to identify the allegedly spy, as well as investigate how the dossier became public.

It says: 'Trump's unorthodox behavior in Russia over the years had provided the authorities there with enough embarrassing material on the now Republican presidential candidate to be able to blackmail him if they so wished.'In a press conference today, the President-elect pointed out that because Russian hotel rooms are known to be rigged with cameras, no one would choose to engage in potentially compromising behavior there.


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