Sexual deviant porn shop clerk had serial killer potential after hanging girl

A 17-year-old girl was lured to her death by a “sexual deviant” who was branded as a “potential serial killer.”

Jaime Reynolds, who has now been featured on Sky Crime's Britain's Most Evil, was a violent porn-addicted shop worker, from Wellington, Shropshire.

According to court records, Reynolds harboured a fascination for hanging, strangulation and necrophilia from at least the age of 15, gathering thousands of indecent images by the time he was 22.

He lived out his fantasies through writing 40 stories about fatal attacks on girls he knew and had on Facebook – but eventually, he wanted to carry out the dark thoughts he had.

Reynolds became obsessed with 17-year-old Georgia Williams and decided to lure her to his home under the rouse of a photoshoot for a media project.

He had written a story entitled: "Georgia Williams in Surprise" which detailed exactly what he intended to do on May 26, 2013.

Photographs found on Reynolds' hard drive when he has arrested two days after the murder show the last pictures of Georgia alive, smiling and posing with a red rope around her neck followed by a series of photographs showing her dead.

But when she got there he decided to kill the defenceless teenager in a meticulously planned trap, hanging her from a length of rope attached to the loft hatch for his own “sadistic pleasure”.

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After killing her, Jamie "took sexual pleasure in her body" before disposing of her body in the woods, photographing everything and keeping her accessories as souvenirs.

Consultant psychiatrist Dr Katina Anagnostakis, who assessed Reynolds after his murder arrest, described him as experiencing recurrent intense sexual fantasies involving violent sadism, according to the BBC.

Reynolds had previously told therapists he found images of strangulation arousing.

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Investigations that followed show that Reynolds had previously attacked girls and it was determined that Georgia's death was preventable as there were warning signs in his previous behaviour.

Police officers, children’s services staff and mental health workers have been strongly criticised after it was uncovered that Reynolds had other agencies five years before the killing after he used the same rouse on another girl but she successfully fought him off.

Mr Justice Wilkie, sentencing, agreed with a psychiatric report that Reynolds, who had gone to great length to plan and execute his crime and “had the potential to progressing to become a serial killer”.

Reynolds admitted murder, was handed a whole-of-life jail sentence after sitting through the trial with his head in his hands in the dock, on December 19, 2013.

Outside Stafford Crown Court, the victim's father Steven Williams said: “We will never ever see smiles again from Georgia and that breaks my heart every day.”

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