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Serial rapist jailed for 20 more years as judge labels him ‘danger to society’

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An evil rapist infamous for his previous cross-examination of victims has been jailed again after a judge ruled he is a danger to society.

Milton Brown, 68, raped and sexually assaulted his latest victim after “enticing” her back to his flat, having met her on the street, in May last year.

He was jailed for 20 years today (Aug 6) after a court heard the woman may never recover from the trauma and has been left feeling “dirty and guilty”.

Brown had denied the latest allegations but was found guilty after a trial in May.

Back in 1997, Brown was jailed for 21 years for the rapes of one woman and indecent assaults of another he met on nights out and enticed back to his flat. He also carried out a savage attack on his then-girlfriend.

During that trial, Brown sacked his legal team and spent five days cross-examining the three victims, which attracted the attention of then-Prime Minister Tony Blair.

It prompted a change in law that banned defendants accused of sexual offences from questioning their own victims, with a High Court judge ruling it amounted to “second rape”.

Jailing him today for 16 years with an extended licence period of four years, Judge Joanna Greenberg QC said: “I am in no doubt you represent and will continue to represent for the foreseeable future a very real danger to members of the public, in particular to female members of the public and that the public needs protection from you.

“Your history of committing sexual and violent offences and doing so again after your release from a very lengthy sentence does not leave me in any doubt about this.

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“You have an appalling criminal record…your record also includes numerous convictions for sexual offences and violence against females.

“What this catalogue of offences demonstrates is that you are a violent sexual predator with a history of violence against women.”

The judge said a six-hour interview with Brown by probation service demonstrated he was “unable or unwilling” to see the effect on his victims and that he “lacked any insight or empathy”.

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Brown, of Stoke Newington, east London, was convicted of two counts of rape, one count of attempted rape and one count of assault by penetration.

The court heard he also has convictions for robbery, aggravated burglary, ABH and GBH spanning back to 1978, and having unlawful sex with a 12-year-old girl in 1992.

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