Man, 54, ‘threw boy, 10, over a 100ft cliff’ after the youngster tried to STOP him from r*ping his sister


Anthony Stocks, 54, hurled a 10-year-old boy over a 100ft cliff after the child tried to stop him r*ping his underage sister.

How it Happened

He threw the youngster over the edge of Ovingdean cliffs in Brighton in front of horrified witnesses when the boy tried to ‘intervene’ after his sister revealed the alleged abuse.

Onlookers describing hearing a ‘shriek’ and seeing a ‘small shape fall as if thrown from the cliff’ before the child hit the ground, court heard.

The Boy Survives Somehow

Fortunately, the boy survived although he sustained serious injuries and had to be airlifted to hospital.

About His Injuries

The child’s injuries were very serious, including several deep lacerations to his scalp, abrasions to his chest, multiple bruises, multiple fractures to his left arm, and deformity to his left shoulder.

It is claimed that before the incident in East Sussex, which saw Stocks allegedly take the boy to the coast without the knowledge of his mother, the defendant had ‘contemplated’ throwing him into a quarry.

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He Denies All Charges

Stocks denies all charges as he appeared at court on Monday after he’s accused of s*xual ass@ult and r*pe against a girl under the age of 13, as well as the attempted murder of the boy and cruelty to a child.

Prosecutor Zoe Johnson KC told the jury on Monday that Stocks was ‘grooming’ the boy’s sister, and claimed to his mental health worker they would ‘get married’.

‘The defendant forced a girl under 13 to have sexual contact with him, knowing it was wrong,’ she said.

‘The boy had started to try to intervene.

‘Unbeknown to the boy’s mother, the defendant then took him to Brighton and in particular, to the cliffs.

‘That afternoon, the boy fell 100 feet from the cliff edge onto the concrete under walk below.

He regularly became upset during the prosecution’s opening speech and could be seen swinging back and forth in the dock.

The trial continues on Tuesday, May 21.

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