Many years ago, I had the chance to tour a museum that had previously been a state prison before they built a new one. The amazing thing about the tour was that they showed you everything that they could show you.
One of the tour guides was a guard who had worked at the prison for nearly thirty years. He told us stories about some of the things that he had seen and mentioned about how there were some things that he wouldn’t tell his family that he saw they had scarred him so severely.
He also mentioned that there was a special section of the prison that they used to house the sex offenders because they found out quite quickly that if they let a sex offender in with the general population that this person was not going to last long.
He said that there was no inmate of more disdain and hatred than the people that would attack children. He said that on more than one occasion he would have to go to the scene of an incident in the prison where another inmate had gotten their hands on a child molester and from his accounts he said it was never pretty.
When a 22-year-old pedophile was found guilty of his crimes and sentenced to prison, the child molester did not survive long in the big house. Just weeks into his sentence, the molester, who abused a five-year-old boy, was found dead in his prison cell. Daniel Davey was convicted on six counts of sexually abusing a boy. And the convicted sex offender was sentenced to 78 months in prison. He started his sentence on December 1.
Davey’s crimes were atrocious. He sexually abused a boy, who was five and six during the 18-months of horror. He molested the boy six different times in 2015 and 2016.
Since the convicted criminal was found dead in his cell, the Ministry of Justice stepped forward to report that the death would go through an investigation by the Prison Service Ombudsman.
Last week, an inquest was made into his death. And this was adjourned to a future date that has yet to be determined.
Davey was found in HMP Bullingdon. This resettlement prison houses 1,109 adult and young adult prisoners, the Daily Mail reports.