Tina Renton has refused to to stay anonymous after winning a massive victory against her vile and evil step-father who subjected her to nine-years of rape when she was a child and hopes that her justice against the Paedophile will and give other victims enough courage and strength to report sex attacks years after they have happened.
Tina Renton was just six-years old when her evil step-father, David Moore, began his sickening sexual assaults against her in 1981 which carried on through until 1990 when she was 15-years-old.
Moore, 59, was put behind bars for 14 years on Friday.
The 36-year-old qualified Lawyer has endured many struggles in her life but it was only after she enrolled on a law degree course at Essex University that she learned that her sex-attacker, and the man responsible for robbing her of her childhood could still be prosecuted for his depraved and sickening acts more than 20-years after the attacks has taken place.
“I was studying criminal evidence towards the end of the course and learning about the sexual Offences Act.
“I didn’t think it was possible to take the case to court so many years later until then.
“I didn’t report it earlier because I was a young mother and I was lacking in confidence and it would have been difficult to get through the court case.
“To see him get 14 years was unimaginalbe for me.
“By 2009 when I contacted the police I was in a really good place and felt ready to being the case to court.
“It was now or never.
“I delayed telling the police after I left home because I fell into a bad relationship and then struggled as a single mother.
“I am so pleased I went through with it and urge other children who are being abused to stand up for themselves.
“There is justice out there and you should fight to get it, whether it’s happened 20 years ago,
“It’s never too late.
“I am so pleased everyone knows the truth about him now, he robbed me of my childhood but justice has finally been done and I can move on with my life.
“I am very pleased with 14 years although you could say that no sentence is long enough”, said a very brave and victorious Mrs Renton from Essex, UK.