DEPRAVED cop David Carrick tried to kill himself in a “self-pitying” suicide attempt after he was arrested for raping and abusing women.
The former Met Police officer, 48, was moved from HMP Belmarsh to a secure mental health unit on February 22 last year after hurting himself.
2David Carrick tried to kill himself in a ‘self-pitying’ suicide attempt after he was arrested for raping and abusing womenCredit: Reuters2Mrs Justice Cheema-Grubb said it was ‘a self-pitying reaction to the shame’Credit: PABut a consultant psychiatrist at Rampton Hospital concluded that Carrick did not have depression or any mental disorder.
Mrs Justice Cheema-Grubb said it was “a self-pitying reaction to the shame”.
She said the cop had shown no “remorse or regret” beyond admitting guilt at Southwark Crown Court, South London.
When assessing the risk he posed to the public, she said: “I am sure that you represent a grave danger to women who might be persuaded to be alone with you in intimate situations and this danger will last indefinitely.”
He has now been handed 36 life sentences with a minimum term of 30 years and 239 days.
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