The Future for Sex Offenders in Prison
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At 3 p.m. on 3 April 1990, Derek White suffered a fatal heart attack in North Manchester General Hospital. He was a prisoner from A Wing at HMP Manchester and had been admitted suffering from a dislocated shoulder and severe head injuries sustained during the course of the Strangeways riot. On remand, accused of eight sex offences committed against children, he was intending to plead not guilty, and there were indications that the Crown Prosecution Service was preparing to drop seven of the charges. In the meantime he was being held on Rule 43.