Sick paedophile made claims on his website that he had 'killed' Maddie McCann


Posted on 17-05-2017



Paedophile Aaron Collis, spent seven years in prison after admitting his deviant crimes

Paedophile Aaron Collis, spent seven years in prison after admitting his deviant crimes

A former Cambridge nursery worker, who previously made a case to be chemically castrated, created a website detailing why he committed 11 sex offences against children in 2009.

 

Paedophile Aaron Collis, spent seven years in prison after admitting his deviant crimes he documented all the times that he misled police during their investigations into the disappearance of Madeline.

 

 

Maddie, aged 3 at the time she vanished on May 3rd, 2007, while she was on holiday with her family in Portugal



"I lied to serve my own purpose"

 

On the website that Collis’ runs he claimed to have murdered the child, in a sick bid to contact her parents, and he even claimed that he had seen her in France in 2007.

 

When contacted by the press as to why he did it, he responded “to mess them around”.

 

He continued: “The reasons I lied was to service my own purposes. I’ve got no reason to lie about anything else.

“Whether people choose to believe what’s on the website. I don’t really care.

“I’d rather people hate me than nothing at all. At least it’s an emotion. I want people to love me or hate me. I don’t want people to think I’m insignificant.”

 

After seven years in prison the former nursery worker claims he has now been sectioned under the Mental Health Act and is being held at a “medium secure hospital”.

 



He is now an advocates for better rehabilitation support for convicted paedophiles.

The vile paedophile was caught by a neighbour when they borrowed Collis'  camera and found the disgusting images of child abuse.

 

He has blamed his offences on the fact he claims he was abused as a child by one of his teachers. 

 

He has since apologised for his past crimes but has said that he still finds it "funny" that he wasted valuable police time over his twisted claims regarding Maddie. 

 



Conspiracy Theories 

 

Since the toddler’s disappearance, theories and conspiracies have arisen – but sadly, the child remains missing.

 




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