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Name: JASON JOHN DINSLEY

Age: 29 yrs old (2013)

State: VIC - Ballarat

Sentence: Jason Dinsley was released on parole in late 2012.. In August 2013 Dinsley pleaded guilty to murder and attempted rape..Sentence to be updated.

Offence/Other: Jason John Dinsley - Killer/ Rapist..Pleaded guilty to the murder and attempted rape of Ballarat mother Sharon Siermans in April, 2013..Dinsley who had over 99 prior convictions was on parole after serving a prison sentence for a horrific rape and robbery when he killed Ms Siermans.


"Rapist Jason John Dinsley was out on parole when he murdered Sharon Denise Siermans" (16-8-2013)
People responsible for the latest failure in Victoria's parole system should watch as the victim's son as he waves at the sky and says, "Mummy I love you," a family friend says.

http://www.heraldsun.com.au/news/law-order/rapist-jason-john-dinsley-was-out-on-parole-when-he-murdered-mum/



"The Courier can now reveal details of Dinsley's sordid past"
On March 1, 2007, after Dinsley had been sentenced to a total effective sentence of nine years with a minimum of six, the Crown appealed the sentence, asking the Court of Appeal to find it was "manifestly inadequate". Dinsley was convicted for aggravated burglary, rape, causing injury intentionally, robbery, false imprisonment and obtaining financial advantage by deception. In 2006, then 22-year-old Dinsley held a knife to a 52-year-old woman's throat, handcuffed, gagged, and raped her twice, choked her and finally robbed her. Before that offence, Dinsley had 99 prior convictions. Still, the Crown's appeal to increase his sentence was dismissed, with the presiding judges stating the sentence "would be inadequate but for double jeopardy". He was released on parole late last year - Read More Below.
Artist impression - Jason John Dinsley
Artist impression - Jason John Dinsley


Parolee killer jailed for life

Parolee killer Jason John Dinsley has been jailed for life with a minimum of 32 years for the brutal murder of Ballarat mother Sharon Siermans.
In delivering the sentence, Supreme Court Justice Elizabeth Hollingworth said: "the need for community protection and specific deterrence loom large in this case, given the nature of the offending, your prior criminal history, and the fact that the offending occurred while you were on parole."
"Sharon Siermans, like any other person in this society, had the right to choose who she wanted to date without suffering fatal consequences," she said.
The Supreme Court heard Sebastapol man Jason John Dinsley, 30, broke into the home of Sharon Siermans, 29, and bashed her to death in front of her four-year-old son in the early hours of April 6.
The court heard Dinsley inflicted a series of blows with a cricket bat and tried to rape her a knife-point. But when he couldn't, he lost it.
Dinsley, who was on parole for rape at the time, had met Ms Siermans via a dating website months before and went on one date.
But he later told police that as he walked past her house months later, he became angry at all the rejection he'd had through life and decided to do something about it.
Dinsley pleaded guilty to aggravated burglary, attempted rape and murder.
His lawyer said it was an attrocious crime for which Dinsley wanted to confess very soon after he was caught. He said Dinsley knew he would spend a long time in jail.
It was revealed Dinsley's father was also a violent man who was involved with the Hells Angels and had also been in jail for killing.
The packed gallery clapped and hugged when the jail term was announced.
Outside the court, Ms Siermans' brother Grant said the family welcomed the sentence.
"In regards to the sentencing, we are satisfied that the sentencing is in line with the law and that justice has been upheld and it should ensure that this person will not be able to commit such an act towards others again," he said.
"We believe this shows that violence against women shouldn't go unpunished no matter the severity."
Nick McCallum: "Two days in a row we can say the justice system got it right ... I think it's a great sentence," he said.
"I hope Dinsley spends everyday, everyday of that 32 years rotting in his jail cell absolutely miserable."


www.3aw.com.au (20-12-2013)
Phil Johnson
http://www.3aw.com.au/blogs/breaking-news-blog/parolee-killer-jailed-for-life/20131220-2zq4a.html


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Convicted rapist admits murdering woman in front of 4yo, while on parole

A 30-year-old parolee with almost 100 convictions including rape and imprisonment, has pleaded guilty to murder.
The Ballarat Magistrates Court heard Jason John Dinsley beat Sharon Denise Siermans to death with a blunt object while her four-year-old son was inside the home.
A summary of the circumstances reveals Dinsley broke into the woman's home in the early hours of the morning in April this year.
They had dated two years earlier, after meeting on an internet dating website.
The summary says Dinsley was confronted by the woman when he broke into her home.
He struck her several times with a cricket bat and then attempted to rape her at knife point, when he slit her throat.
She was still alive and tried to escape when Dinsley again struck her repeatedly with the bat.
The court summary states that a portion of the incident was witnessed by her son.
It says the following day a family friend went to the home, where she noticed some blood.
When she asked the boy about his mother he said: "There was a big man last night, and he bashed mummy with a baseball bat."
"Mummy won't wake up to give me any breakfast."
Members of the victim's family sobbed in court during Dinsley's short appearance.
He also pleaded guilty to aggravated burglary.
Outside court, lawyer Jon Irwin said Dinsley always had the intention of owning up.
"I think he is remorseful," he said.
"He told police what he did, and how he did it."
Dinsley was on parole after serving time for rape when he committed the murder.
"My understanding is the parole board were aware of the fact he was doing things that probably breached his parole conditions...well that did breach his parole conditions," said Mr Irwin.
"I can't imagine the judge to be particularly lenient at all.
"From the perspective of the community that's probably justified."
He says there are some features which distinguish him from other high profile violent criminals such as Adrian Bayley, Jill Meagher's killer, and Steven Hunter, who has admitted to killing Sarah Cafferkey.
"He hasn't attempted to hide from the crime, to move the body, or to shield himself from what he did."
"But there's no other way of putting it, it was a vile crime."
He says Dinsley did not know the four-year-old boy was inside the house at the time.
"He was quite shocked when that was put to him," Mr Irwin said.
A review of the parole board is being considered by the Victorian Government.
It has emerged Premier Denis Napthine has met with Jill Meagher's husband, Tom Meagher.
"They were private discussions, but in a general sense I can say Mr Meagher and I agreed there was a need to improve the operation of the Adult Parole Board," Mr Napthine said.
"We are looking forward to the recommendations and considerations of the report."
He says there may be a greater opportunity to look at broader recognition of all women who are victims of violent attacks.
"Whether that be in the form of a garden, or some other memorial, I believe that may be something that will be worth pursuing."
Dinsley's criminal history began at 14
Dinsley's criminal history began when he was 14 years old.
Before his convictions for rape and imprisonment, Dinsley had 99 prior convictions and two findings of guilty resulting from 24 court appearances between 1997 and 2005.
At the age of 22, he raped, imprisoned and tried to strangle a 52-year-old woman at her rented hotel room in Fitzroy.
He was convicted to a minimum of six-and-a-half years in jail, with a maximum of nine.
The prosecution at the time appealed against the sentence, arguing it was manifestly inadequate.
That appeal was lost.
But it was noted in the appeal that the "attack was a cruel and relentless one, which went on for some time."
Dinsley will have a psychiatric assessment and will face the Victorian Supreme Court later this month.


(15-8-2013)
Parthena Stavropoulos
http://www.abc.net.au/news/2013-08-15/man-murders-woman-in-front-of-4yo-while-on-parole/4890064


Parolee Jason John Dinsley pleads guilty to murder, attempted rape of Ballarat mum Sharon Siermans

A man who has pleaded guilty to the murder and attempted rape of Ballarat mother Sharon Siermans was on parole when he committed the crimes.
Ms Siermans, 29, was bashed to death in her home on April 5, with her four-year-old year old son also home in another room at the time.
Jason John Dinsley appeared by video link this morning for the brief committal mention at the Ballarat Magistrates Court, The Ballarat Courier reports.
He did not speak other than to tell Magistrate Michelle Hodgson that he could see her and hear her clearly, then stated "guilty" when asked for his plea.
More than a dozen family and friends of Ms Siermans were in court for the brief hearing. They did not speak to media outside court.
In addition to murder and attempted rape, Dinsley also pleaded guilty to aggravated burglary.
Court documents released to the media show Dinsley broke into Ms Siermans’ home in Doveton Street South, Ballarat, carrying a cricket bat some time between 2am and 5am.
He was confronted by Ms Siermans and after a short argument, Dinsley struck the young mother a number of times causing her to fall to the ground.
Dinsley pushed Ms Siermans into a bedroom, continuing to strike her with the bat, before he tried to rape her.
The court brief states Dinsley became "pissed off with himself" when he failed to achieve an erection, then bashed her to the head a number of times with the cricket bat.
The following morning, Ms Siermans’ son greeted a family member at the home’s back door with "mummy’s up here", pointing to the master bedroom.
Noticing the blood, the family member asked the child where it came from, to which he replied "There was a big man come last night and he bashed mummy with a baseball bat ... "Mummy won’t wake up to give me breakfast."
The documents state Dinsley was arrested on April 8 in Sebastopol.
Dinsley was on parole after serving a prison sentence for a horrific rape and robbery when he bashed Ms Siermans to death.
In 2006, then 22-year-old Dinsley held a knife to a 52-year-old woman’s throat, handcuffed, gagged, and raped her twice, choked her and finally robbed her. The offence took place at St Kilda’s Gatwick Hotel.
After raping the woman, Dinsley forced her to give him her bank PIN. He then used it to withdraw $20 from her account and also bought some cigarettes.
The woman’s victim impact statement showed that she had suffered serious psychological consequences as a result of the offences.
On March 1, 2007, after Dinsley – who had 99 prior convictions – had been sentenced to a total effective sentence of nine years with a minimum of six, the Crown appealed the sentence, asking the Court of Appeal to find it was "manifestly inadequate".
However, the court dismissed the appeal on the grounds that increasing Dinsley’s sentence would put him at risk of ‘‘exposure to a form of double jeopardy’’.
In dismissing the Crown’s appeal, justice Marcia Neave nonetheless said: ‘‘The offending in this case was very serious. Although the rapes may have been opportunistic rather than premeditated, the respondent’s attack on the victim was violent, humiliating and degrading.
‘‘The victim was subjected to gratuitous acts of violence in the context of the burglary and the sexual offences which were committed against her. She was forced into her home at knife-point, she was restrained by being placed in handcuffs which the respondent had brought with him, and her hands and feet were later tied up. She had a ball of paper placed in her mouth, and the respondent later placed his hands around her throat.
‘‘The attack was a cruel and relentless one which went on for some time and the victim is still suffering from its effects.’’
The revelations come as the government and Department of Justice face extreme pressure over a series of murders carried out by people on parole, including the killings of Raechel Betts and Jill Meagher.
A report by former High Court judge Ian Callinan on the parole system is under consideration by the Napthine government and is expected to be made public soon.
Mr Callinan’s report is expected to recommend significant changes to the system, making it more difficult for violent offenders to be released on parole.
Corrections Victoria is also currently fighting to have reports into a number of murders committed by parolees kept secret, after Coroner Ian Gray ruled that they should be released.
The reports came to light as part of an inquest into the 2009 death of Margaret Burton, who was murdered by her partner when he was on parole. Corrections has until next Tuesday to decide whether it will continue fighting to have them suppressed or will release them to the public.


www.theage.com.au/victoria (15-8-2013)
Jordan Oliver/ Dan Oake
http://www.theage.com.au/victoria/parolee-jason-john-dinsley-pleads-guilty-to-murder-attempted-rape-of-ballarat-mum-sharon-siermans-20130815-2ry9j.html

Sharon Siermans' killer was on parole for rape

A Ballarat man was on parole for a rape sentence when he attempted to rape and then murdered single mother Sharon Siermans in April this year.
Jason John Dinsley today pleaded guilty to the murder and attempted rape of Ballarat mother Sharon Siermans and aggravated burglary. Dinsley appeared by video link this morning for the brief committal mention at the Ballarat Magistrates Court.
Ms Siermans, 29, was bashed to death in her home on the morning of April 6, with her four-year-old year old son also home in another room at the time.
Court documents released to the media show Dinsley broke into Ms Siermans' home in Doveton Street South, Ballarat, carrying a cricket bat sometime between 2am and 5am.
He was confronted by Ms Siermans and after a short argument, Dinsley struck the young mother a number of times causing her to fall to the ground.
Dinsley pushed Ms Siermans into a bedroom, continuing to strike her with the bat, before he tried to rape her.
The court brief states Dinsley became "pissed off with himself" when he failed to achieve an erection, then bashed her to the head a number of times with the cricket bat.
The following morning, Ms Siermans' son greeted a family member at the home's back door with "mummy's up here", pointing to the master bedroom.
Noticing the blood, the family member asked the child where it came from, to which he replied: "There was a big man come last night and he bashed mummy with a baseball bat."
An artist's sketch of Jason Dinsley from earlier this year. PICTURE: EDWARD COLERIDGE
Then "mummy won't wake up to give me breakfast".
The documents state Dinsley was arrested on April 8 in Sebastopol.
He did not speak other than to tell Magistrate Michelle Hodgson that he could see her and hear her clearly, then stated "guilty" when asked for his plea.
More than a dozen family and friends of Ms Siermans were in court for the brief hearing. Dinsley was on parole when he bashed Ms Siermans to death and did not apply for bail today They did not speak to media outside court.
Dinsley was on parole when he bashed Ms Siermans to death and did not apply for bail today.
The Courier can now reveal details of Dinsley's sordid past.
On March 1, 2007, after Dinsley had been sentenced to a total effective sentence of nine years with a minimum of six, the Crown appealed the sentence, asking the Court of Appeal to find it was "manifestly inadequate".
Dinsley was convicted for aggravated burglary, rape, causing injury intentionally, robbery, false imprisonment and obtaining financial advantage by deception.
In 2006, then 22-year-old Dinsley held a knife to a 52-year-old woman's throat, handcuffed, gagged, and raped her twice, choked her and finally robbed her.
Before that offence, Dinsley had 99 prior convictions.
Still, the Crown's appeal to increase his sentence was dismissed, with the presiding judges stating the sentence "would be inadequate but for double jeopardy".
He was released on parole late last year.


www.thecourier.com.au (15-8-2013)
Jordan Oliver
http://www.thecourier.com.au/story/1707404/sharon-siermans-killer-was-on-parole-for-rape/







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