This Morning Confronts 'Beast of Kavos' Rapist After Being Released 45 Years Early | This Morning

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  • Published on Sep 16, 2019
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    Air stewardess Kayleigh Morgan, was devastated when her Greek rapist was freed from prison 45 years early. Dimitris Aspiotis - dubbed the ‘Beast of Kavos’ - was convicted of raping Kayleigh in a 14-hour ordeal in 2012. He was also found guilty of raping another three British women during a 46-day rampage in Kavos, Corfu. But just seven years on from his sentencing, Aspiotis walks free, roaming the same streets where he is feared to have assaulted up to 100 women. As she bravely waives her anonymity, Kayleigh joins us to tell her story, while our news reporter David Blackmore speaks to us from Kavos.
    Broadcast on: 16/09/19
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