3 Oct 2011

Serial rapist convicted of 12 brutal rape attacks using rohyonol now walks the streets

Richard Baker, one of the most notoriously dangerous rapists in Britian was released from jail this month. This ruthless monster was convicted of 13 date-rape offences involving 12 different women and it seems he has more than likely committed more while working as a DJ in Torremolinos, Spain.

It has been said by an officer that he has never in his 30 years of being a police officer, been more frightened or worried about such a character in relation to the public's well being as long as he roamed the streets freely. It seems that his cold and chilling personality kept the judges on edge throughout the court case.

Chillingly, he told the court; “I just wanted to be totally, totally in control. I tried to terrorise my victims, tried to put so much fear into them".
He later said; “I just wanted to see their reaction, wanted to be in control, wanted to make sure they didn’t resist me and put up a fight and struggle.,”

He slipped the rape drug Rohypnol into the drinks of unwitting women and attacked them while they were unconscious. He had already been in prison for raping a 19-year-old girl in North Devon 10 years earlier and he had also been convicted of having sex with an underage 15-year-old girl.

The judge charged Baker and sentenced him to 4 life sentences but this month he was freed from prison to start the rehabilitation process at Chadwick Lodge, a medium secure unit on Eaglestone.
Here, it is understood part of his rehab therapy will be learning to mix with members of the public on regular trips out.

We believe this man should not mingle with any members of the public, especially after his chilling words in court that sounded a far cry from regret.

Women need to be aware of the dangers of men like Baker who even though have gone through treatment, can always snap and strike again.

Please leave your thoughts and opinion's and we will be glad to discuss.


  1. Heard about this and am disgusted that they are letting him near people. He is a sick man and needs to be locked up!!!

  2. I hate this crime but truly believe in rehabilitation. Maybe he never gets out, but maybe, just maybe, he is able to learn how wrong he was and come to truly repent for his awful sins.

  3. I was his girl friend and was with me day before he was caught . I had no idea At the time he is a lovely person but had issues and hopefully he has had help . But he shouldn't be let out . I would be scared

  4. In 1991 I attended a training course with this man .it was residential and we all stayed at a hotel in Croyden. He was late on the Friday morning ,his excuse was he been up the city the previous night and had not returned to the hotel until the early hours. I now wonder what did happen that night.