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Video shows the moment Göring’s man was arrested after pushing a child off a cliff

Anthony Stocks, 54, of Iceni Close, Goring, was found guilty following a trial in Oxford On June 6, the case was heard at the Crown Court on charges of attempting to murder the boy after he tried to stop Stocks from abusing an underage girl.

He was also found guilty of four counts of sexual abuse of a child under 13, one count of inducing or inciting a child under 13 to engage in sexual conduct, and one count of rape of a child on three or more counts.

The jury heard that Stocks took the boy to Brighton under the pretense of “looking at the view” before “throwing” him off the 100-foot cliff on September 24, 2022.

Stocks lied to the jury by telling them that the boy fell off the cliff and that he did not see the incident.

Police footage taken that day shows that Stocks lied to the police about what happened.

The boy was flown to the hospital by helicopter and Stocks was arrested on suspicion of child abuse.

Stocks was asked: “Did you want him to fall over the cliff?”

You could see him shaking his head in denial.