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Name: Gary Michael Narkle

Age: 56 yrs old (2011)

State: WA - Perth

Sentence: Many prior serious sex convictions dating back to 1982....
Convicted again in 2010 of sexual penetration without consent/ inddecent assault. Sentenced in July 2010 to 10yrs jail/ no parole.

Offence/Other: "Serial sex offender" since 1982. Psychiatrist who have examined Narkle suggested that he poses a dangerous threat to young girls/ women in the community. HAS recently ( May 2005) been charged with more sex offences,less than a year after being released on a technicality -
11.8.08- We have received reports from the public that NARKLE may be living in Karratha/WA.
UPDATE 26.8.08- We have since spoken with Det/Sgt Gwilliam from WA Police/ ANCOR
unit,and he has confirmed that Narkle is NOT
residing in/ or visiting the Karratha area and that Police are keeping a close eye on him..Narkle is believed to be in the Perth area/ see news articles below for more information.




Gary Narkle (2008)

Marriage of serial rapist prompts rule rethink

The Premier says he will consider whether rules regarding prisoner marriages should be changed after it was revealed the jailed serial rapist Gary Narkle recently married a woman.
Narkle, who has a long history of sex crimes, is currently serving a 10 year jail sentence for the 2009 rape of a homeless man.
He was described as a sex monster in 2008 by the then Attorney-General Jim McGinty.
The Premier Colin Barnett says the government should have been advised of the marriage before it happened.
"This was clearly a very controversial, very contentious decision," he said.
"For that reason alone it should have been brought to the attention of government before it was made."
Mr Barnett says he is disappointed the Minister for Corrective Services was not notified.
"I recognise and acknowledge that it was an administrative decision made within the Corrective Services area according to their guidelines," he said.
"But, find it somewhat offensive that an offender like Gary Narkle would be given that privilege of being able to marry while he's still in prison."

www.abc.net.au (17-10-2011)
http://www.abc.net.au/news/2011-10-17/narkle-marriage-opposed/3574958

Serial sex attacker Garry Narkle loses appeal bid

Western Australia's most notorious sex offender has failed in an attempt to appeal against his conviction for repeatedly raping a homeless man.
Garry Narkle was sentenced in the Perth District Court in July last year to 10 years in jail without parole on six charges of sexual penetration without consent and indecent assault.
Judge Philip Eaton said the 55-year-old, who had been out of jail for less than a year when he committed the offences, had taken advantage of a homeless man whose circumstances made him vulnerable.
On the night of January 29, 2009, Narkle met his 39-year-old victim and invited him back to his caravan at Queens Park, in Perth's south.
There Narkle drugged the man, locked the caravan and after plying his victim with port and drugs, proceeded to rape him three times after threatening him with violence.
The victim woke the next morning and escaped from the caravan as Narkle slept.
Narkle's lawyer Simon Watters argued that Judge Eaton had erred in failing to take into account Narkle's evidence that the sex was consensual or that the homeless man's distress could be put down to other factors.
But Justice Michael Buss, in the Supreme Court of Western Australia, found Judge Eaton was correct in finding Narkle had been threatening and intimidating in forcing compliance from the homeless man, who had been distressed by the ordeal.
The court of three judges found none of the proposed grounds of appeal had a reasonable prospect of success and leave to appeal should therefore be refused.
Narkle, who has a long list of sexual and other offences, was once described by former WA attorney-general Jim McGinty as a "serial sex monster".

AAP (26-7-2011)
http://www.news.com.au/breaking-news/serial-sex-attacker-garry-narkle-loses-appeal-bid/story-e6frfku0-1226102162166

Serial sex attacker Garry Narkle loses appeal bid

Western Australia's most notorious sex offender has failed in an attempt to appeal against his conviction for repeatedly raping a homeless man.
Garry Narkle was sentenced in the Perth District Court in July last year to 10 years in jail without parole on six charges of sexual penetration without consent and indecent assault.
Judge Philip Eaton said the 55-year-old, who had been out of jail for less than a year when he committed the offences, had taken advantage of a homeless man whose circumstances made him vulnerable.
On the night of January 29, 2009, Narkle met his 39-year-old victim and invited him back to his caravan at Queens Park, in Perth's south.
There Narkle drugged the man, locked the caravan and after plying his victim with port and drugs, proceeded to rape him three times after threatening him with violence.
The victim woke the next morning and escaped from the caravan as Narkle slept.
Narkle's lawyer Simon Watters argued that Judge Eaton had erred in failing to take into account Narkle's evidence that the sex was consensual or that the homeless man's distress could be put down to other factors.
But Justice Michael Buss, in the Supreme Court of Western Australia, found Judge Eaton was correct in finding Narkle had been threatening and intimidating in forcing compliance from the homeless man, who had been distressed by the ordeal.
The court of three judges found none of the proposed grounds of appeal had a reasonable prospect of success and leave to appeal should therefore be refused.
Narkle, who has a long list of sexual and other offences, was once described by former WA attorney-general Jim McGinty as a "serial sex monster".

www.news.com.au (26-6-2011)
http://www.news.com.au/breaking-news/serial-sex-attacker-garry-narkle-loses-appeal-bid/story-e6frfku0-1226102162166

Sex monster Garry Narkle faces life in jail for raping homeless man

WESTERN Australia's most notorious sex offender may spend the rest of his life behind bars after repeatedly raping a homeless man.
Garry Narkle, 55, was found guilty yesterday of six counts of sexual penetration without consent.
Narkle had elected not to be tried by a jury, and sat in the dock with his head bowed for almost 90 minutes as Perth District Court Judge Philip Eaton read his verdict - raising his head only briefly on being found guilty and led away into custody.
Narkle, who has a long list of sex and other offences, was once described by former WA Attorney-General Jim McGinty as a "serial sex monster''.
After the verdict was read, prosecutor Janet Whitbread said the state would apply to have Narkle held indefinitely, given his extensive criminal record.
The six charges were in relation to events on the night of January 29, 2009, when Narkle met his 39-year-old victim outside a bank ATM and invited him back to his Queens Park caravan, in Perth's southern suburbs.
There, Narkle drugged the man, locked the caravan, and proceeded to rape him three times after threatening him with violence.
The court heard the victim woke the next morning and escaped from the caravan as Narkle slept.
He went to Royal Perth Hospital later that night complaining of having been sexually assaulted.
Narkle was arrested by police in Gosnells more than four months later, on June 9, 2009, still wearing a gold and onyx ring that had belonged to the victim.
In his ruling, Judge Eaton said Narkle had opportunistically taken advantage of a homeless man who was in poor health at the time.
He had changed his story three times when questioned by police, first denying any sexual activity, and then claiming it was consensual.
Judge Eaton said Narkle was not a credible witness, and was satisfied beyond a reasonable doubt that he had used the threat of violence to coerce his victim into having oral and anal sex.
After drinking port and taking a cocktail of drugs, Narkle's victim was too weak to resist.
Narkle, who has been in custody since his arrest, was remanded for sentencing on July 30.

PerthNow (28-5-2010)

Homeless Sex Monster 'A Threat to Locals'

WA's most notorious sex offender - Gary Michael Narkle - is living in a park frequented by children.
Police say that Narkle, once described by Attorney-General Jim McGinty as a "serial sex monster", is homeless, drinking heavily and has been living in an Armadale park.
They believe Narkle, 53, whose sex offences stretch back 20 years, is a high risk for re-offending.
But they say he is being monitored and they are trying to get him housed through the Department of Housing and Works.
But council workers who spoke to The Sunday Times said they were extremely concerned because children played in the park where Narkle was living.
Rob Fry, president of peak parent group the WA Council of State School Organisations, said Narkle should be removed from any possible contact with children.
"In the case of Mr Narkle, the community needs to be assured that he has no contact with minors," Mr Fry said.
"If he's wondering around parks, obviously they don't have that assurance.
"We need to have a support mechanism for people like this, so when a person is released, they are not just released on to the street where they wander around and risk re-offending."
An Armadale Council email to staff this week said Narkle was now "homeless and has been seen sleeping/living in and around both Minnawarra Park and the area between this (council) building and Gribble Ave".
"The police have advised they are extremely concerned he is about to re-offend," the email said.
"So could all staff, especially female, please ensure you are extra vigilant when leaving the building alone (day or night). Where possible, endeavour to leave the building during daylight or, better still, with another person. (Be) extra careful when going to your car or to lunch in the park."
Acting Det-Supt Darren Seivwright, of the Sex Crime Division, said police were trying to balance community safety, which was their "No.1" priority, against the civil liberties of someone who had served his time.
Narkle was released from jail in February, having been convicted of indecently assaulting a 46-year-old woman in 2005.
For legal reasons, comments can not be published about this story.

Perth Now (12-7-2008)
Paul Lampathakis

Doubts Over Narkle Trial

THE trial of notorious sex offender Garry Narkle will go ahead next month despite concerns raised by his lawyers about the case.
A suppression order prohibiting publicity of the case, to be heard by a District Court judge sitting alone, was lifted last week.
Narkle, described by Attorney-General Jim McGinty in parliament as "a monster", was arrested in May 2005 after a teenage girl reported being assaulted and raped behind a church in Armadale.
Narkle has been in custody without bail since the arrest, which came a year after his much-publicised release from jail.
Since then, a law created by Mr McGinty to target sexual deviants "like Garry Narkle" has been enacted.
At last week's hearing, Narkle's lawyer, Bob Young, questioned whether the current case would collapse.
"One issue is whether the complainant is going to turn up," he told the judge.
He said she failed to appear on consecutive days at the previous hearing in August and her lifestyle raised concerns that she would fail to appear again.
"If that happens, of course, if the matter is not dismissed on the spot, then obviously bail would be a live issue," he said.
Judge Phillip Eaton agreed.
Director of Public Prosecutions Robert Cock QC said on Friday that he had no indication that the complainant would not be giving evidence.
"A prosecution (will) only proceed if there is a prima facie case with reasonable prospects of success and it is in the public interest to continue it," he said.
Judge Eaton lifted the suppression order because the decision to try Narkle by judge alone meant publicity would not affect the deliberations of a jury.
However, Mr Cock advised The Sunday Times not to publish information it obtained about forensic testing done for the case.
Narkle's barrister, Tom Percy QC, was unable to comment because of a Barristers' Board ruling on speaking to the media.
Narkle will face court on October 23 on charges of unlawful detention, aggravated indecent assault, aggravated sexual penetration and assault occasioning bodily harm.

The Sunday Times (wa)

Narkle Denied Bail Over Rape

Gary Narkle ... already facing two counts of sexual assault.
A MAN accused of raping a teenage girl has been denied bail in a Perth court, with the prosecutor describing him as a "walking crimewave".
Gary Narkle, 50, is facing several charges over the rape of a 16-year-old girl in a church car park last month.
In Armadale Magistrates Court today, Narkle pleaded not guilty to two counts of aggravated sexual penetration and one count each of indecent assault, assault occasioning bodily harm and deprivation of liberty.
His lawyer, Bob Young, conceded his client had a poor record but said Narkle had been unfairly portrayed in the media as a constant offender.
In applying for bail, Mr Young told the court Narkle had a heart condition requiring daily medication and now faced the prospect of 12 months in custody awaiting trial.
However, police prosecutor Sergeant Phil Tonkin said Narkle had a "horrendous record" of 14 violent sex offences.
"This man is a walking crimewave and we say he is going to continue," Sgt Tonkin said.
Magistrate Steve Malley denied bail and Narkle was remanded in custody to appear in the same court on August 9.
He was not required to plead to new charges related to the alleged indecent assault of a 46-year-old woman in February this year.

AAP (31-5-2005)
From correspondents in Perth

"Narkle, who has been convicted of raping or sexually assaulting 13 other women and girls, was set free on Friday."

GARY NARKLE

THE West Australian government will introduce law reforms to make it less traumatic for victims of sexual assault to testify against their alleged attackers.
The reform package was detailed today by Attorney-General Jim McGinty in response to the case of a woman whose alleged rapist was set free on Friday because she was too traumatised to give evidence against him for a fourth time.
The woman, using the name Kylie, said she had already testified at a preliminary hearing, a trial that resulted in a hung jury and a second jury trial that led to 48-year-old Gary Michael Narkle's conviction and indefinite imprisonment for her rape.
However, that conviction was overturned in the Court of Criminal Appeal last year after it was found the trial judge had erred in his instructions to the jury.

Narkle, who has been convicted of raping or sexually assaulting 13 other women and girls, was set free on Friday following Kylie's decision not to testify.
"I've been three times already and I just really want to get some closure on it and I thought I had that," she told ABC radio.
"I just can't be set back any more. I've given enough of my life away through what has happened without even realising."
Kylie said her alleged rape in 1999 - when she was aged 17 - and the strain of the legal battle had taken a toll on her from which she had only just begun to recover.
"I really think at the moment it would be so detrimental to me to have to go through it again in court, given that this is the biggest step I've made in the last four years," she said.
Mr McGinty said preliminary hearings were abolished 18 months ago and other steps would be taken to ease the burden on victims.
"A number of the circumstances that Kylie has found herself in will be addressed directly by that legislative package," he told ABC radio.
"It will be for every child, their initial complaint to the police will be video-recorded and that will be able to be used as evidence in chief so that no person under the age of 18 who is raped or sexually assaulted will ever have to go back to court again and again as Kylie did."
Mr McGinty also said the government intended to offer special witness status - which would allow evidence to be given via closed circuit television - to all victims of sexual assault.
"I think these are changes that will prevent his travesty from occurring again in the future because justice hasn't been done here," he said.
The attorney general said he also intended to seek medical and legal advice on whether anything more could be done to protect the community from Narkle, who has been described as a psychopath.

Herald Sun (27-2-2005)

Heat On McGinty Over 'Sex Monster'

Attorney-General Jim McGinty should have passed laws to ensure notorious rapist Gary Narkle remained behind bars rather than being free to strike again, the State Opposition claimed yesterday.
In a heated debate in the Legislative Assembly, shadow attorney-general Sue Walker said Mr McGinty should have rushed through legislation to allow serious sex offenders to be locked up indefinitely. Instead, the Government had pushed through its one vote, one value legislation when Parliament resumed in March, she said.
Narkle, 50, of Armadale, appeared in court yesterday charged with multiple sex offences against a 16-year-old girl, just over a year after he was freed on a legal technicality.
He was arrested by police on Tuesday night and charged with two counts of aggravated sexual penetration and one count each of indecent assault, assault occasioning bodily harm and deprivation of liberty.
In April last year, after Narkle was freed due to a technicality, Mr McGinty said: "I want to obtain expert advice from both lawyers and also from psychiatrists but I will certainly be looking at this matter with a view to doing what we can to protect the community."
Yesterday, Mr McGinty accused Ms Walker of using a tragedy to score political points and rejected suggestions the legislation could have been rushed through sooner.
"This is an incredibly complex area of the law, which has vexed and eluded governments around the world," Mr McGinty said. "It . . . warrants serious attention."
The Opposition questioned why 33 other Bills had been introduced ahead of the new sexual offender laws, which Labor had promised as a priority in February's election.
Mr McGinty, who yesterday described Narkle as a "serial sex monster", was handed a recommendation by Chief Psychiatrist Dr Rowan Davidson last December that the laws should be changed.
Mr McGinty told Parliament that people like Narkle, with a "dangerous and severe personality disorder", could not currently be detained against their will because they were not classified as having a mental illness requiring treatment.
The new laws would allow an offender, found by mental health professionals to have such a disorder, to be placed under an indefinite detention order.
The changes were attacked by Criminal Lawyers Association president Belinda Lonsdale and Australian Council for Civil Liberties president Terry O'Gorman. "You can't lock people up because of some prediction that some doctor might make about the likelihood of someone reoffending," Ms Lonsdale said.
Police allege that Narkle was at a home in Armadale with a group of people last Friday, and that he followed a 16-year-old girl when she left. Police also allege he dragged the girl into bushes and performed sexual acts on her without her consent.
Narkle was not required to enter a plea in court yesterday.

AAP (22-5-2005)
Ruth Williams/ Minh Lam

Kids May Give Video Evidence In WA

The release of a violent serial rapist from prison has led the West Australian government to propose new laws designed to spare children from giving evidence of sexual assaults in court.
WA's Attorney General Jim McGinty announced that new legislation would allow videotaped accounts from children in physical or sexual assault cases to become the primary source of evidence.
This would rule out the possibility of minors having to relive their ordeals in court, he said.
The change to the law, to be introduced into parliament this week, was influenced by the case of Gary Narkle, who was released from jail in April.
Narkle, who has sexually assaulted or raped 13 women and girls over three decades, walked free after an alleged victim was unable to face the trauma of giving evidence against him a fourth time.
The young complainant testified for the first time in May 2000 at a preliminary hearing, before giving evidence at trial in 2001 which resulted in a hung jury.
She was forced to testify again at the retrial in January 2002, which led to a conviction, but Narkle was then freed on appeal because the judge made a technical error in directing the jury.
The alleged victim then said she was not able to give evidence in court for a fourth time.
Mr McGinty said the new laws would mean initial recorded interviews with police would now be made available to the courts.
"The victims in these tragic situations have already gone through more than they ever should," Mr McGinty said.
"To put them through the gruelling processes of retelling their harrowing stories in graphic detail on more than one occasion, and often months after the incident, is totally unacceptable."
Mr McGinty said the interviews would be conducted by specially trained police and child protection officers in a child-friendly environment.

AAP (30-6-2004)

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