Chilling photos capture inside the twisted lair of the UK’s most prolific rapist who plied his victims with alcohol and drugs before the harrowing attacks.
Reynhard Sinaga, 36, has today been jailed for life after being convicted of 159 sexual offences, including 136 counts of rape, between January 2015 and May 2017.
Police believe he may have almost 200 victims with scores yet to be identified.
The attacks were carried out in his two-bed flat in Princess Street, close to the Gay Village in central Manchester.
Pictures taken inside the flat after Sinaga was finally caught show bloodstains on a door which, police say, were as a result of a struggle he had with his final victim.
Sinaga had a large selection of alcohol on a table in his home. He drugged his victims when giving them a drink from these bottles.
Many of the victims had earlier been to the city centre nightclubs Factory and Fifth Avenue.
And Sinaga’s apartment, situated next to Factory in Princess Street, provided a perfect vantage point from which to identify his targets.
Sentencing at Manchester Crown Court, Judge Suzanne Goddard QC said: “Rarely, if ever, have the courts seen such a campaign of rape as this, covering so many victims over a prolonged period.”
“Your actions show you as a dangerous individual with no sense of reality.
“In my judgment you are a highly dangerous, cunning and deceitful individual who will never be safe to be released. That is for the Parole Board.”
Other pictures taken in the apartment show unkempt bedding and clothing discarded on the floor.
Greater Manchester Police say a large part of Sinaga’s offending took place in the bedroom but some did take place in the living room.
The final victim was raped in the bathroom before he woke up during the ordeal.
Speaking after sentencing, Ian Rushton, North West Deputy Chief Crown Prosecutor, said: “Reynhard Sinaga is the most prolific rapist in British legal history.
“His extreme sense of sexual entitlement almost defies belief and he would no doubt still be adding to his staggering tally had he not been caught.
“Sinaga’s unthreatening demeanour duped these young men – many of whom thanked him for his kindness in offering them a place to stay – into thinking this monster was a Good Samaritan.
“But once back at his flat he used victims as objects purely for his own gratification – then appears to have derived further twisted pleasure from re-watching his films in court and putting victims through the trauma of giving evidence.
“I would like to pay tribute and express my gratitude to all of these men for their incredible resilience, bravery and strength in helping us bring these harrowing cases to court.
“They have suffered severe and life-changing psychological trauma but should feel very proud that thanks to them this highly dangerous predator may never walk our streets again.
“We hope this will at least bring them some comfort as they come to terms with what has happened and move on with their lives.”
What to do if you think you may have been affected by Sinaga’s crimes
Anyone who thinks they may have been affected by Sinaga’s crimes, come into contact with him under similar circumstances, or someone like him, is urged to contact police via 101.
Specialist officers are waiting to take their calls and offer the appropriate support.
Survivors Manchester supports boys and men who have been affected by rape and sexual assault.
The charity provides therapeutic support and Independent Sexual Violence Advisors (ISVA).
They offer assistance throughout the criminal justice system, from initial reports to court and beyond.
ISVAs work independently of the police, Crown Prosecution Service and court system.
Boys and Men in Greater Manchester affected by sexual abuse, regardless of when it happened, can access Survivors Manchester by calling 0161 236 2182 or emailing: firstname.lastname@example.org