Stinson Hunter takes to social media after prison sentence for hit-and-run paedophile

Prolific Paedophile Hunter Stinson has taken to social media after helping to convict a 57-year old man of several offences


by Ellie Hooper |
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Pervez Akhtar was caught by Stinson Hunter when he was on his way to meet an underage girl in 2013, but when he was confronted by the vigilante he panicked, attempting to drive off with Stinson still pinned to the windscreen.

He was jailed for 15 months at Warwick Crown Court, banned from driving for three years, and will have to sign the sex offender’s register for ten years.

From June 2013, Akhtar contacted a 13-year-old named Jodie - a persona created by Stinson and his team - who made clear she was underage.

During their chats, Pervez attempted to arrange meetings with the girl, asked for indecent images and even suggested they watch porn together.

Prosecutor Michelle Healey said Hunter was instrumental in Pervez’s conviction.

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