A depraved sex monster who could soon be released from jail has admitted he still likes the concept of rape ‘a little bit’.
Driver was sentenced to a minimum of 10 years in jail but that was decreased to five and a half years on appeal.
He first became eligible for release on July 6.
Aiden Harvey Driver, 29, attacked three women during a string of attacks in 2009, including an indecent assault on woman who was walking her dogs along the Linear Park (pictured)
Driver raped one woman at gunpoint three times after breaking into her home in May 2009 before he indecently assaulted another in July that year as she walked her dogs along Linear Park in the city’s north-east.
In a third attack just hours later, he attempted to strip a woman of her clothes and drag her into the bushes, but she fought him off and ran away.
On Tuesday, lawyers for the South Australian government asked the Supreme Court to jail Driver indefinitely, according to Adelaide Now.
Driver raped one women at gunpoint three times after breaking into her home in May 2009 before he went on two indecently assault two more (stock image)
Karim Soetratma, acting for the Attorney-General, said Driver had received 70 hours of personal counselling where he confessed the concept of rape was still appealing.
‘It is positively alarming and concerning that he made the startling statement that he “liked the idea of rape” and, when asked how much, said he liked the idea “a little”,’ he said.
‘That he likes the concept of rape at all, after the years he has spent in custody and the level of treatment he has had, is concerning.’
Adelaide’s Supreme Court heard on Tuesday that Driver still found the idea of rape appealing
Driver’s lawyer, Garen Truscott, said his client planned to travel to the Northern Territory if released, but Mr Soetratma slammed the idea.
‘It would be unconscionable for this court, knowing what we know, to simply say, “Go free past the border of South Australia, free unrestricted and unsupervised, he’s just not our problem anymore”,’ he said, according to ABC News.
Justice Sam Doyle said the circumstances of the case were challenging due to Driver’s mental disabilities.
Mr Soetratma argued the indefinite detention would be reviewed every year.
Further submissions will be submitted to Justice Doyle and the case will continue next month.