Their Own Devices
A promising young Tory gone terribly astray
William was a bright and popular boy at Harrow. He was outstanding at sport (Rugby, Fencing and Track teams).
His happy childhood was shaken when the Alexander Lawson-Lewis Rogue trader scandal broke. His Father fled the country and his Mother was implicated and arrested for obstruction and perverting the course of Justice.
William was placed into the care of Her Majesty’s Social Services.
He did not fit in at all well. After a fight that resulted in him maiming another boy, Will was sent to a Youth Custody Centre.
While at Leverton Secure Children’s home, Wills became embroiled in DMG’s operation GRAY ANT, along with his dorm-mates.
After a stint at Medway Secure Training Centre, Wills was finally released on probation at age 18. some years after his original sentence was due to expire. He promptly found employment as an unskilled labourer, working for a contract company run by an ex-prison guard. Because he’d found stable employment, Wills was allowed to move into a flat of his own on Borstal Road.