M25 Monster Antoni Imiela’s letters to family revealed:
M25 monster Antoni Imiela made twisted efforts to stay up for black cab rapist John Worboys, the Sunday People can reveal.
In a letter to his family Imiela, who died on Thursday, claimed his pal was being “stitched up” by victims trying to prevent his release on parole.
His deluded views have revolted his son Aidan, whose entire life has been ruined by his daddy’s crimes.
Imiela carried out eight r*pes, including on girls of 10, 13 and 14.
Aidan, 34, told the Sunday People: “I wish my dad lived longer so that he could suffer in jail. I wish I had visited him in prison, so I could’ve punched him.”
Worboys, 60, is expected to discover on Tuesday if he will be released on licence.
Imiela wrote in January from his cell in category A Wakefield jail, which also holds child killers Roy Whiting, Mark Bridger and Levi Bellfield.
He wrote: “When John got the word about parole we all knew he would face a s**t load of aggro. How it even came to be so blown up is anyone’s guess.
“It seems an attempt to circumvent the parole system.
“Don’t forget each year hundreds of so-called rapists and murderers are released and less than 5% ever appear in any criminal/law situation.
“Maybe the most horrible of deeds want the heaviest of punishments.
“But that is decided in law, in a court by a judge.
“The case we’re talking about has now become itself subject to a review in a court that has never before been purposed to challenge a parole decision. Don’t believe all you read and hear. Yet there are those willing to make claims for cash!”
Aidan said: “It’s like if you have a pitbull dog. If it bites a kid you have to have it put down, even though it’s never shown you anything but love. That’s the only way I can describe how I feel. I hate him for that. I want to move on with my life.” In all the scrawled letters Imiela never expressed a word of remorse for his actions.
In the weeks before his death, Imiela moaned officers had thrown him into a dank cell where he fought infection.
He wrote: “I myself am just recovering – ‘touch wood’ – from an infection after going into the prison hospital for observation for my sleep apnoea. Three days later I was unable to walk, my legs swelled to over twice the size and my skin was bad. The s**t treatment I got up to now forced me into a holding observation cell.
“This cell became my torture pit as it was all moulded up (no water, ice cold for five f***ing days).
“I’ve been back on the wing in my cell, can’t sleep, I have to go to an outside hospital. Fluid in lungs while still being treated for my legs. One is now OK but f*** everyone, this all came about because of the Wakefield Way and officers who can get away with worse than bad deeds. I’m getting a solicitor.
“For now, I’ve got a parole hearing in March. Not a chance in hell – as I’ve done no courses and admitted nowt.” Aidan was a teenager when his dad was unmasked as a serial sex attacker and he has been taunted by locals in Newton Aycliffe, Co Durham.
Aidan said: “My dad should still be in prison. He dreamed of getting out but he knew he wouldn’t be released. He ruined my life and other people’s lives. I’ll never forgive him for that.
“I live in a small town and everyone knows what he did. I’ve never been in trouble but people shout at me in the street. When I go out people shout horrible things. They say I’ve got the blood of a rapist in me. I’ve done absolutely nothing wrong.”
Aidan said: “He should never have been released from prison.
“He always denied his crimes and I don’t need to know why he committed those crimes. I would prefer he was in prison than being dead.
“He apologised to me about how he ruined my life. But he never mentioned his crimes. It makes me angry.
He hurt a lot of other people. He should have apologised.”
Aidan added: “I would have preferred him to admit it and say sorry.
“I told him how he had ruined my life, how I had been tormented.”