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    Default Mother is glad 'rapist' son was shot dead in hunt shoot in France

    British man mistakenly killed by hunter in the Alps ‘was a rapist monster and I’m only sad he died quickly’ – says his own MOTHER

    • Mark Sutton, 34, died after being shot on Saturday by a hunter in France
    • Tributes flooded in on Facebook for the Brit who grew up in Wales
    • His mother said she is glad he was dead and his ex has celebrated the news
    • Another woman said she was attacked and raped by Sutton around '100 times'

    PUBLISHED: 23:26, 16 October 2018 | UPDATED: 08:46, 17 October 2018


    Mr Sutton was praised over the internet but people who knew him in the UK celebrated his death and labelled him a 'rapist'

    The mother of a cyclist who was shot dead by a hunter who mistook him for an animal said she hopes he 'rots in hell' and that her 'only disappointment is that he died instantly' .
    Mark Sutton, 34, was killed in Francewhen a marksman, 22, mistook him for prey on Saturday near the Les Gets Alpine ski resort.
    Despite tributes from friends in the region, the UK-born cyclist was branded a 'monster' and 'a rapist c***' by his own mother and an ex girlfriend who said she was happy he is dead.
    His mother Katrina posted about his death on Facebook. She wrote: 'I hope you rot in hell Mark Thomas Sutton.
    'My only disappointment is you died instantly. For any horrified people reading this, I'm not some vicious troll. I'm the woman who gave birth to him.'
    She added: 'This man was a monster. A bullet aimed at an animal. You aimed well. Karma called on you.'
    Speaking to The Sun a third woman said she was raped and attacked by him around 100 times.
    The victim who cannot be named for legal reasons said his death was a shock to her - but that she welcomed the news.



    Sutton's mother Katrina said she was sure 'karma called on' her son when he was shot dead in France

    She said: 'He was a rapist c*** and I'm glad he's dead.
    'When I heard he had been killed I felt utter relief, it was a massive burden off my back. I was just relieved he couldn't hurt us or anyone again.
    'He deserved to be shot like an animal — he was the biggest animal there was.
    'They hunted the right animal. I want the killer to get off because he did us a favour.
    'It was karma and I knew it would get him one day.'


    While living in the UK Mr Sutton punched his ex and raped another woman repeatedly

    The woman also said it was a 'shame he died so quickly' because she would have preferred him to have suffered.
    Sutton, who moved to France six years ago, ran the Wild Beets Kitchen restaurant with his partner.
    On the day of Sutton's death up to 18 hunters were taking part in a shooting session, but apparently failed to notice the rider, who was wearing bright clothes and easily identifiable, according to the investigating source.
    He is thought to have died instantly after being hit by a bullet fired by a 22-year-old hunter.
    A source said: 'The accident happened on Saturday evening in thick woods close to the ski resort of Montriond, at about 6pm. The shooter went into deep shock when he realised what he had done. He now faces trial and prison'


    Mark Sutton, 34, who ran a restaurant in the ski resort of Les Gets, is believed to have died instantly after being struck by a single bullet

    Before the revelations about his past he was praised on Facebook.
    One former schoolfriend said: 'This is so tragic - can't believe Marc is gone.
    'He was the salt of the earth who lived for the outdoors .'
    However, details of his disturbing past have now emerged.
    The cyclist attacked his alleged victim in Caerphilly, South Wales, multiple times before he fled the country.
    It is not clear when Mr Sutton opened his restaurant but he said it was tribute to the 'hard work' of himself and his partner.
    In a Facebook post, he said of the restaurant: 'I still can't believe that this is ours! Hard work does pay off and dreams do come true.'

    However, his 'dream' life was not what he deserved, his victim said.
    The victim who was known to Sutton as a youth said she believes he attacked her close to '100 times'.
    She told The Sun: 'He kicked me, put hands round my neck, held screwdrivers and knives to my neck and threatened to kill me. He punched me and pushed me down the stairs, and jammed my foot in the car door.'
    Sutton had a history of bad behaviour according to his mother.
    She said he tried to stab a school child in his class with a dinner knife and was arrested aged eleven. He went into care shortly afterwards.
    An ex girlfriend of Sutton also said she 'cried with relief' when she was told he was dead.
    The woman also claimed she was furious posts online made him out to be 'an angel'.


    Cycling enthusiast Mark Sutton died instantly after a marksman aged 22 shot him because he mistook him for prey

    Another girlfriend had her cheek broken by Sutton when they lived in Preston and was jailed for six months.
    Sutton fled the UK to Ibiza before travelling through Asia then moving to France where he died.
    Prosecutors in Thonon have opened an enquiry into 'aggravated manslaughter', and a 'full investigation is in progress.
    Sutton's death was the latest in a serious of shooting tragedies involving innocent passers-by being killed or severely wounded during France's hunting season, which started last month.
    It happened during the first few days of the season.
    In October 2017, a woman sitting in her garden was killed after a stray hunter's bullet passed through her garden hedge.
    In November, a deer hunter who was just about to get married was gored to death by a cornered deer who charged him with his antlers in a wood near Paris.
    In 2016, there were 18 deaths during hunting accidents in France, and scores of injuries.
    An FCO spokeswoman said : 'We are in contact with the local authorities about the death of a British man in France, and we are providing assistance to his family.'

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    Ha, this story just escalated. Makes a change to hear someone say that about their relative tbh! They usually excuse away their behaviour.

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    Sounds like French hunters need better training. Good riddance to this particular creep, though.
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    While this guy sounds like an incredible dirtbag and predator, it does not fill me with enthusiasm for biking through France.

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