A Greek rapist who went by the name of ‘the Beast of Kavos’ in the Greek resort island of Corfu had finally met his fate as he fell 100ft down from a cliff while running away from the local police.The said rapist, Dimitris Aspiotis, 47 years old, infamous for preying on holiday-goers got fractures in the spinal area, as well as a hip and leg injury followed by a kidney rupture.
He was subsequently arrested on the spot after the police got him unstuck from the ravine.They had been chasing him on charges of harassing and raping an Albanian woman starting earlier this month.
Aspiotis was last night in hospital under police guard in Corfu Town and he faces an immediate return to prison after breaching his parole conditions.
The ‘Beast of Kavos’ was controversially granted early release from prison in August last year, having only served seven years of his 52-year sentence due to a law change.A British victim of Aspiotis, Kayleigh Morgan, 32, waived her right to anonymity last year to raise awareness and to slam the Greek government’s decision to release him.
The victim remembered the account on her fateful day, adding that she wants justice for the Greek judicial mishap: ‘I want to know why he’s out.
I don’t believe he’s changed.A person like that can never change and now I’m in the face terrified he’ll do what he did to me again to more victims. When I heard he was out I was in complete shock. I burst into tears and felt sick to my stomach and disgusted.
Homeless Aspiotis was seized and sentenced to 52 years in prison for six counts of rape on six women, but was released back to the resort where he repeatedly pounced.
Earlier this month, police said they found another victim – who is said to be Albanian – in a hut after she was reported missing by her partner two days earlier.Her girlfriend, who reported the disappearance, told police they had met the convicted rapist the night before.
The serial sex offender is believed to have preyed on over 100 women visiting the island before being arrested in 2012.Aspiotis attacked Kayleigh and four other British women age 18 to 47 during a stint of offences within a 46-day period.
The attacks came just six weeks after the dangerous rapist was released early after raping three other British woman between the years of 1997 and 2005 – although local authorities claim the real number is higher.
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