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Killer who kicked boy to death makes sick taunts from jail Killer who kicked boy to death makes sick taunts from jail

A killer who kicked a boy to death has boasted about the murder in messages sent from a phone smuggled into prison.

Jordan McCready, from North Ayrshire, Scotland, was given a life sentence in 2012 for killing 13-year-old Jon Wilson.

But shocking messages McCready, 23, sent to a woman on Facebook appear to show he has little remorse for his crime.

 Killer Jordan McCready (pictured left in prison) sent messages joking about his crime from his cellFrom his cell in Lanarkshire's HMP Shotts, McCready sent the woman a picture of his feet, commenting they had 'done yer boy'. 

Killer Jordan McCready (pictured left in prison) sent messages joking about his crime from his cell. He was jailed for life in 2012 for kicking a schoolboy to death

The woman received the vile messages after she accidentally added McCready, who was using a false name online, as a friend on the social network.

From his cell in Lanarkshire's HMP Shotts, McCready sent the woman a picture of his feet, commenting they had 'done yer boy'.

After the woman slammed him over the messaged, he taunted her saying 'I'm coming for you' and 'How's Jon doing?'.

He also threatened to rape the woman and wrote: 'Kick to kill, stab for a laugh.'

McCready attacked schoolboy Jon while high on a cocktail of alcohol and drugs, telling police how he 'jumped up and down' on his head.

 McCready (pictured, after his arrest) attacked schoolboy Jon Wilson while high on alcohol and drugsMcCready attacked schoolboy Jon Wilson (pictured) while high on alcohol and drugs 

McCready (left after his arrest) attacked schoolboy Jon Wilson while high on alcohol and drugs

He has repeatedly sent messages from inside jail, boasting last year about his 'hotel lifestyle' and saying he'd be 'back on the streets in no time'.

Last year he posted a photo captioned: 'Eazzzzzzy Dayyzzz'.

The Scottish Prison Service said: 'Possessing a mobile phone in prison is a criminal offence.

'If we receive information that prisoners are in possession of such devices, we will take all appropriate action and report it to the relevant authorities.'


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