A rapist who attacked two girls most effective days after being released from jail has been told he may spend the remainder of his lifestyles in prison.
Raymond Dempster, 39, has been given a lifelong restriction order for the assaults in Glasgow in June.
Demspter must serve no less than 5 years in jail earlier than being eligible for parole.
But a pass judgement on mentioned he was once “dangerous” and a “very significant risk” to girls, and that he may never be freed.
Dempster has 110 earlier convictions for crimes of dishonesty and violence.
He is one in all about 400 other people to be given a lifelong restriction order, this means that he may be matter to imprisonment or supervision for the remainder of his lifestyles.
In the previous 15 years, most effective 3 offenders were freed by means of the Parole Board after being given such an order.
The High Court in Glasgow heard how Dempster were released early from a sentence for theft and attack when he raped a inclined 42-year-old girl within the east finish of Glasgow in June 2016.
He attacked her after she was once locked out of her house and he helped her to get again into the valuables.
Days later he attacked a 19-year-old pupil within the town’s west finish.
She was once strolling house alongside Kelvin Walkway within the early hours when she turned into conscious that Dempster was once following her.
He grabbed her and compelled her to the bottom.
The girl fought again, kicking Dempster within the face, at which level he ran off. He was once later recognized from CCTV photos.
Judge Norman Ritchie QC praised ‘s bravery in preventing Dempster off.
He learn a 90-page possibility review document, which published Dempster was once an “opportunistic sexual aggressor of women”.
The pass judgement on told him: “You are a dangerous violent criminal and represent a very significant risk to the public and particularly women.”
He added: “Many loads of orders for lifelong restriction had been made, however only a few will be released.
“For you, unlock may never occur.”