Sean mercer:Those who are not familiar with Sean Mercer may not be aware of his story. Mercer is a scrawny killer who was a member of the Croxteth Young Guns gang. His girlfriend and father mouthed the words “I love you” to him while he was in prison.
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Sean mercer: Mercer was a member of the Croxteth Young Guns gang
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Mercer’s mother Janette Mercer was jailed for three years for perverting the course of justice. She was one of the 10 people who helped Sean Mercer.
Mercer was 16 when he shot Rhys Jones. The gangster was targeting two members of another gang. He fired three shots at the Strand Gang and one of them hit Rhys in the back.
The Croxteth Crew gang was also feuding with the Strand Gang in Norris Green. The two gangs had been in constant rivalry for years. The gang closed ranks after Rhys’s murder and tried to cover up the crime.
The gang also tried to destroy evidence. The police heard whispers of Mercer’s name on the street. But Mercer refused to talk to the police. He is now serving a prison sentence at Frankland Prison in Durham.
Sean mercer: Mercer was a scrawny killer
Mercer was a scrawny killer, and he ruined his reputation by killing an innocent child. He shot Rhys, an 11-year-old schoolboy, in Croxteth, Liverpool in August 2007.
After the murder, Mercer was jailed for at least 22 years. His parents were later found guilty of perverting the course of justice.
Mercer was a member of the Croxteth Crew, a notorious east Liverpool street gang. Croxteth Crew members were also accused of killing Liam Smith, who was a member of the Norris Green Strand Crew.
Mercer’s personal grudge against Wayne Brady was made worse by Brady’s relationship with Vicki Smart, a model who was a former Miss England contestant. The two boys shared a school, De La Salle Secondary, and Mercer was a regular troublemaker.
Mercer’s alleged plot to smuggle phones into a prison
Mercer faces allegations that he paid a prison officer to bring cell phones into a prison. He was accused of ordering thousands of pounds to be paid to the officer.
He also faces allegations that he used a cell phone to threaten teenage girls.
Mercer is serving life in prison for the murder of 11-year-old Rhys Jones. He was 16 when he killed the young boy. The crime was dramatised in the ITV series Little Boy Blue.
In a recent report on prison corruption, it was revealed that Mercer’s crime was not unique.
He was involved in a series of crimes that were committed under the names Scott and Bease. One of the crimes involved a neo-Nazi.
Mercer’s girlfriend visited him three times in prison
During his trial, Mercer was examined by psychiatrists who testified as experts in his mental state.
The psychiatrists testified that Mercer is not mentally ill and was not impaired when he committed the crimes he was accused of.
Mercer was accused of forcing a woman to perform oral sex on him. He told the woman he would become her father when he was released.
The woman was given the opportunity to spend six hours without supervision. The woman also had four stab wounds in her chest.
Mercer also told the woman that he was a model prisoner. The woman was also told that he wanted to get married after his sentence was completed. The woman visited Mercer in prison three times.
Mercer’s father mouthed “I love you” to his son
Mercer’s father, John Herndon Mercer, had been a wealthy attorney. His family had been associated with Princeton, New Jersey. But when he was young, he became involved in gang warfare in Liverpool.
His father refused to declare bankruptcy, despite financial setbacks. The family had a long association with Princeton University.
But when Mercer reached 19 years of age, he decided to move to New York City. There he took up various jobs, including bit parts, to help him survive. He also sang with the Benny Goodman Band.
Mercer was working on a musical in London, when he learned of a brain tumor. His career took off once he became a lyricist.
He began writing songs for films and musicals. He was also a popular singer. He had his own radio show in the early 1940s.
Mercer was a model prisoner
Despite being convicted of murder, Mercer has never shown any remorse for killing Rhys. He told a woman he was a model prisoner and wanted to become a father when he was released.
When Rhys was murdered, Mercer was subject to an anti-social behaviour order. He had already served one jail term before the murder.
He had been stopped by police 80 times in the two years before Rhys was killed.
The police planted listening devices in the homes of two accomplices. One of them was a friend of Mercer’s named Boy X.
He claimed Mercer was trying to prove he was the ‘top dog’ of the gang. The other was Melvin Coy, a 25-year-old welder, who had a prominent role in covering up Mercer’s tracks.