Angry mob chant ‘beast’ as vile sex offender is driven out of town

Footage shows a sex offender being driven out of his home after his early release from prison.

In the clip, captured in Kilmarnock, East Ayrshire, Scotland, around 250 furious locals chant "beast" whilst James Brown is escorted away by police officers.

Brown had been previously sentenced to 18 months behind bars for filming himself sexually assaulting his ex-girlfriend Nicole Rorison, 27, while she slept, Daily Record reports.

Dozens of police officers stood guard outside his house at around 7pm as the vigilantes were recorded protesting for him to be removed.

A police officer was struck on the head with a hammer thrown by a member of the crowd which resulted in him having to be treated at Crosshouse Hospital.

Chief Inspector Steven Meikle, Area Commander for East Ayrshire said vigilante groups such as the one gathered in Kilmarnock are having a "detrimental" impact on the safety of communities.

He said: "No-one should expect to be subjected to violence while doing their job – and that includes police officers.

"We respect people's right to peacefully protest but someone brought a hammer to this protest and one of our officers was struck on the head with it. This changes the landscape entirely.

"The consequences could have been more harrowing, the hammer could have landed on a child's head, and our officers would have been expected to respond accordingly."

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Earlier this year his victim Nicole bravely waived her right to anonymity to tell The Kilmarnock Standard how Brown was a "predator" who "doesn’t understand consent".

Nicole said: "I hope no one has to go through what I went through.

“He is a predator. He took my dignity away.

"He doesn’t understand consent. Consent means everyone involved is willing. You are not sleeping – you’re not snoring – there is communication.

"It was the worst day of my life. I thought I could move on but it’s constantly on my mind. I see him in my head all the time – how do you erase that?"

Nicole discovered Brown’s assaults when she was sent a USB stick containing images and videos of the attacks while she slept.

Cops are now appealing for information from witnesses after the hammer attack.

Chief Inspector Steven Meikle added: "The safety of our officers is absolutely paramount. They are relied upon to keep people safe but they are people too – being assaulted is simply not part of the job.

"The impact these groups are having on communities and policing is detrimental to our efforts to keep everyone safe. We can't condone nor do we encourage any group or individual to take the law into their own hands.

"If anyone has concerns or information they think we should know then please come to us and let us manage those concerns in a professional manner.

"Do not take the law into your own hands. Do not put the safety of other people at risk."

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