#Exposed for wildlife persecution: Lee Evans and Ryan Ryder, Wigan
Here we have permanently drunken feral savage Lee Evans (born 13/11/1987) and convicted sex offender Ryan Ryder (born 14/01/1993), both of Wigan, who share a common interest in persecuting wildlife. Often seen with dogs in the Three Sisters area of the town, these lazy, useless and sexually incontinent slobs are notorious for torturing rabbits, foxes and badgers. Their dogs bear the scars of being forced into fights with wildlife. It is believed they are also responsible for the deaths of several cats, so they are all-round stinkers.
Squinty-eyed unemployable piss-head Evans of Nicol Mere Drive, Ashton in Makerfield, is well known to the RSPCA and has had at least one dog seized from him, but refuses to change his barbaric ways. His addiction to seeing living creatures ripped apart limb from limb is just too strong.
In 2012 Evans’ partner in wildlife crime (though there are several others that may yet be exposed – your turn will come, make no mistake) Ryan Ryder, of Hunter Road in Marsh Green, was convicted of sexually assaulting a 40yo woman – a complete “stranger to him – as she was walking home after a night out. He fled the scene, leaving his victim seriously injured on the ground, but was identified by his DNA and convicted. He is now on the sex offenders register for life. Ryder now focuses his innate aggression on animals.
And despite all this both men have girlfriends. Not nice girls, you understand. I mean, how could they be?
Article originally published on the Pet Abuse UK Facebook page
Update January 2020: Lee Evans was given a community order after pleading guilty to assaulting his partner by beating while she was holding their baby.
The bench heard how Evans had consumed a two-litre bottle of cider and four cans of lager when he launched an abusive tirade at Danielle Howarth.
Prosecuting, Tess Kenyon said Evans accused her of cheating and told her to take the baby and get out of the house, shouting and swearing into her face.
He then punched her on her left cheek, causing the youngster to fall to the floor. She ended up with bruising on her cheek and also to her right forearm.
Ms Kenyon read out an impact statement in which Ms Howarth said: “I’m scared of him hurting my other kids. I can’t put the child and me through this anymore. I want to feel happy again and feel safe.”
Ms Kenyon said Evans had previously accused his partner of cheating and she had given a number of statements to police during their five-year relationship only to then retract them.
Defending, Adrian Palmer said his client admitted that the incident on August 2, 2019, was fuelled by alcohol consumption and this was at the root of Evans’s problems.
The court gave Palmer an 18-month community order involving alcohol treatment, 25 days’ rehabilitation activity requirements and a curfew to run for five months from 7pm until 7am.
A restraining order preventing him contacting the complainant was also placed on him. He was also ordered to pay costs of £260 and £100 compensation.