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Shocking snaps from inside serial rapist, David Carrick’s lair have been released by the court following his sentencing.
One of the images is of the tiny under stairs cupboard, roughly the size of a dog crate, where victims were held against their will/
The disgraced cop locked up women who he had stripped naked before raping and torturing them.
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A second image showed a camera that the 48-year-old former Metropolitan Police Officer used to remotely watch his victims while on duty.
He would also use the device to relay insults and commands to his victims.
Other images showed his bathroom and an outdoor camera at his home in Stevenage, Hertfordshire, as reported by The Sun.
Some of Carrick's victims had been in long-term relationships with him, others he had met on dating sites or in bars and clubs. Two were fellow police officers, and others were childhood friends and employees.
The court heard how one of his victims was locked naked in the cupboard at least ten times.
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Prosecutor Tom Little KC said if a woman upset Carrick, “she would be punished, sometimes by acts of violence and on other occasions she was shut in a small cupboard under the stairs.”
Southwark Crown Court heard how Carrick had threatened his victims with guns, regular threatening texts of "I am the boss", and even forced them to dance naked in tiny understairs cupboards for him.
Other details were so shocking that the live TV feed had to be stopped and cut away from on numerous occasions as Justice Cheema-Grubb delivered her sentencing remarks.
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The judge revealed that Carrick was referred to as a "panty sniffer" and someone who "should be reported to Crimestoppers" by a Facebook friend before he was finally snared.
The court heard Carrick also attempted to kill himself while on remand at Belmarsh prison and was detained in a secure hospital but was found not to be suffering from any mental disorder.
Mrs Justice Cheema-Grubb told him: “You were driven to try to commit suicide as a self-pitying reaction to the shame brought on you by these proceedings rather than remorse.”
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Carrick — who worked on the Met’s Parliamentary and Diplomatic Protection unit — has been jailed for life today – with a minimum of 30 years and 239 days behind bars.
The former soldier has admitted 49 charges, including 24 counts of rape, against 12 women over a 17-year period.
Some of the charges incorporate multiple offences, with an overall tally of at least 85 separate crimes, including 71 sex attacks and 48 rapes, as well as coercive control and false imprisonment.
If you or somebody you know has been affected by this story, contact Victim Support for free, confidential advice on 08 08 16 89 111 or visit their website, www.victimsupport.org.uk.
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