Disgraced British rocker GARY GLITTER should be executed for the sexual abuse he is accused of carrying out on two girls aged 10 and 11, according to the Vietnamese aunt of one of his alleged victims.
An Davies claims she wouldn't hesitate to shoot Glitter dead and worries her niece will carry the mental scars of the 61-year-old's alleged assault with her for the rest of her life.
Glitter - real name PAUL FRANCIS GADD - has always denied the child molestation charges, since his arrest in November (05). He is set to stand trial on Thursday (02MAR06).
Davies tells British newspaper the Daily Mirror, "Just kill the b**tard, kill him. I would shoot him if I saw him. I don't care what happens.
"I don't think she will ever get over it. She is in shock and doesn't want to leave her room. She doesn't want to talk to anyone. My brother says she has been like that since it happened.
"I wish I could have protected her from that evil man. He has corrupted her, killed her life."
Charges of child rape, which carries the death penalty in Vietnam, have been dropped after Glitter allegedly paid the girls' families $2,000 (GBP1,175) for their "co-operation". He still faces three to seven years behind bars if convicted of sexual abuse.
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