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For more than a month, Lauren McIntyre sent open messages and even helped her inmate lover beat a prison clerk with whom she had a previous relationship.
The four-month-old baby twins and a five-year-old boy who appeared at the Isle of Wight Royal Court on Thursday were heard hysterically crying while being imprisoned.
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A female prison clerk was sent to prison for three years today after having a ‘damn risky’ sexual relationship with a convicted couple of murderers who killed her girlfriend and baby girls.
For more than a month, 32-year-old Lauren McIntyre sent open messages and even helped her inmate lover beat a prison clerk with whom she had a previous relationship.
The four-month-old baby twins and a five-year-old boy who appeared at the Isle of Wight Royal Court on Thursday were heard hysterically crying while being imprisoned. She claimed she first began the affair with prisoner Andrew Roberts in a bid to uncover intelligence but it then spiralled out of control.
Roberts was convicted in 2003 of drowning Louise L’Homme and their eight-month-old daughter Tia at their home in Rhondda, South Wales.
He fled the scene, was arrested five days later and was only 22 years old when he was sentenced to two life sentences at Swansea Crown Court.
Serving at HMP Isle of Wight’s Albany Prison.
McIntyre established a relationship with him there after he was appointed his main employee.
Prosecutor Gary Venturi told the court today: ‘He said he played together effectively, letting Roberts speak inappropriately, but insisted there was no physical contact.
He said it was to form the idea that he was a prisoner that could be used as a source of information.
‘He said Roberts didn’t reveal it was a cell phone to accommodate
Andrew Roberts (right) was convicted in 2003 of the strangling murder of his girlfriend Louise L’Homme and their eight-month-old daughter Tia (left) in their home in Rhondda, South Wales.
Mr Venturi said Ryde claimed that McIntyre from Isle of Wight gave the killer his phone number to pass a ‘test’ and show him that he could be trusted.
The court also heard him claim why he did not delete any of the text messages.
One of the messages from Roberts was: “It was hot and risky today, but I really need you.
McIntyre, who has a partner of six years, replied: ‘So f***ing risky. I like it though.’
In another message she said: ‘I still keep remembering the first time you kissed me.’
McIntyre also admitted giving Roberts the phone number of fellow prison officer Samuel Laidler as the pair wanted to try to ‘set him up’ as the ‘corrupt’ officer on the wing.
On the day of the attack, he sent a message to Roberts, who was’ angry and jealous’ of Mr Laids’ previous relationship with McIntyre, saying ‘do what you have to do’.
Judge Roger Hetherington convicted him today, saying: ‘As part of your education, you will receive initial training, including prevention of corruption and inappropriate relationships.
‘It is absolutely clear that you know very well that what you are doing is completely against both the letter and the spirit of the rules that apply to your employment …
Even though you initially gained his trust as a way to exploit wider corruption, you quickly began to develop a close relationship with him and passed on knowledge and developed a passionate sexual relationship.
Also, you’ve allowed another prison officer you had a relationship with before to be sucked into an attack by Roberts.
Of course, because of the seriousness of the crime, only a significant and urgent prison sentence can be justified. ‘
Briony Molyneux, who defended McIntyre, said he was “extremely pure” and was drawn into the “Roberts” world.
McIntyre acknowledged that he deliberately neglected to fulfill his mission between November and December 2018 and had deliberately abused the public’s trust.
He also admitted that he did not inform the prison authorities that he had a mobile phone, did not give him his mobile number, and that he had communicated with him and sent him a photo of him.
HMP Isle of Wight, Albany Barracks, is a Category B male prison for approximately 1,000 people. Almost 98 percent of these prisoners are sex offenders.