Thursday, February 23, 2012

#Donegal :Supreme Court upholds law allowing prosecution of boys, and not girls, for underage sex

The Supreme Court has delivered a landmark judgement upholding the constitutionality of a law that allows teenage boys - but not teenage girls - to be prosecuted for having underage sex.

The appeal arose from charges brought against a 15-year-old boy under the Criminal Law (Sexual Offences) Act 2006 for having sex with a 14-year-old girl in Donegal.

Under the 2006 Act "teenage boys can be held criminally liable for having sexual intercourse with an underage girl" while teenage girls are immune from prosecution.

In this case a 15-year-old boy is awaiting trial on charges of buggery and of having sexual intercourse with a 14-year-old girl in Donegal.

His lawyers argued the so called "romeo and juliet" law discriminates against him on gender grounds, as it assumes the male is the guilty predator and the female is the "innocent comely maiden".

In 2010 the High Court rejected his challenge because girls risk pregnancy and the law is entitled to place the burden of criminal sanction on those who bear the least adverse consequences.

This has been upheld on appeal with the court having regard to the entitlement of the Oireachtas to decide social policy.

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Sunday, February 19, 2012

#GUERNSY : Soft On Paedophilia - GUERNSEY’S Court of Appeal has again reduced the sentences handed out to two local men convicted of paedophile-related offences.

Unlike the earlier – and more significant – cuts the same court applied last summer to former hotel manager Mark Gunter’s jail term, the seven judges have not explained why they believe men who seek out vilely indecent images of children deserve a softer sentence.
They may do so in a written judgement and the panel of seven may also take steps to clarify what sentencing options local courts actually have in the wake of the Gunter case, which dropped a 15-month term to just three.
From yesterday’s outcome, that is likely to be along the lines of saying Guernsey can have a deterrent sentencing policy – as long as it’s not too painful for the perpetrators.
If so, and with respect to the court, that is not good enough.
As an appeal judge, the Bailiff has already drawn attention to the public outcry that greeted Gunter virtually being let off for a crime many here view as being at the top end of the spectrum of awfulness.
Three months for looking at small children being maimed, tortured and abused in the most sexually depraved fashion but mega years for a bit of spliff…
It makes no sense even to those who rightly condemn all forms of drug use.
The Guernsey Court of Appeal will come to what conclusions it will in line with the more

Wednesday, February 15, 2012

Paul Wilson Who Raped A Three Year Old Has His Sentence Cut !!!!!!

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Rapist: Male nursery worker Paul Wilson admitted attacking a toddler in his care

Nursery worker who filmed himself raping a three-year-old pupil has prison
sentence CUT 'to encourage other paedophiles to admit to their crimes'

Monday, February 13, 2012

#Cruise Line Child Rapists - Use Twitter And Facebook To Create Cult Followings - BEWARE !

Operation Rectangle :Child Abuse Cover-Up - The Metropolitan Interim Police Report

Operation Rectangle

A report so sensitive and secret. A report that would be very difficult to redact according to Senator Le Marquand. So sensitive is this report that not even the then Home Affairs Minister Andrew Lewis was shown it - before or after suspending the Chief of Police. Having now read the Met 'Interim' Report I cant help thinking that David Warcup wrote his letter once it had arrived.

THE WARCUP LETTER The Met came in and carried out a Review, a common practice that happens up and down the UK. These are conducted in an open and transparent way. 'Hindsight' is always at the forefront of these reviews and is one of the major reasons they are never ever used for disciplinary or suspension actions against the investigating force. more

#Paedophile Jerry #Sandusky Allowed To Visit With His Grandchildren !


Court gives Jerry Sandusky everything he wants, dishes up his grandchildren to him on a silver platter, let's him do drive byes of his victims homes, let's him have any friends over he wants and he can keep throwing hi biscuits out in the yard for the dog while the kids are on the playground as long as he stays on the porch.

Oh and the ex-daughter in-law who does not want her kids near him....well this court found it would be best for those kids to be with Jerry but this court is differing it to the other court.

Oh yeah and Jerry can skype with everybody.

What freaking evil lurks in this case just astounds me.

Friday, February 10, 2012

Wednesday, February 8, 2012

Jimmy #Savile - A Good Catholic Boy With A Papal Knighthood OR A Pimp For the Elite In Jersey ?

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 Jimmy Savile, star of children’s television favourite Jim’ll Fix It, sued the Sun in 2008 over a series of articles linking him to Haut de la Garenne, the Jersey children’s home where human remains were found and children were allegedly tortured and sexually abused. He initially denied ever visiting the home, despite photographic evidence to the contrary.

#Vatican Brimming With #Paedophiles : Prosecutor Warns Bishop Against Covering Up Child Abuse !

The Vatican's top prosecutor on Wednesday called for stricter accountability for bishops who cover up child abuse crimes and said 1,000 cases had been reported to him in the past two years alone.

"Ecclesial accountability has to be further developed. How do you sanction a bishop? That is something that Canon law reserves for the pope personally," Charles Scicluna said on the sidelines of a Vatican summit on the issue.

"Once you set standards you have to respect them. It would certainly be the responsibility of the pope and the Holy See," he said. He added that he believed a "culture of silence" on the issue of abuse persisted in the Church.

Archbishop Scicluna said his office at the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith, the Catholic Church's top enforcement body, had received more than 4,000 reports of child abuse since 2001 including 1,000 since 2009.

He said most of the cases dated back decades and that many of the most recent reports had been from Europe, while there had been a gradual decline in the United States following the putting in place of strict rules by the Church.

Asked about requests for damages from the Church, Scicluna said it was up to civil courts, adding: "A priest is liable for the damages. The principle is: 'If I break something I pay for it'. A priest is not ordained to harm people."

Scicluna said Church laws against abuse had been bolstered by late pope John Paul II and his successor Benedict XVI, including an increase in the statute of limitations on paedophile crimes to 20 years after the victim turns 18.

Benedict launched the unprecedented four-day Vatican summit on Monday with a call for "profound renewal of the Church at every level" and for "a vigorous culture of effective safeguarding and victim support."

The meeting brings together 100 representatives of national bishops' conferences and the leaders of 33 religious orders as well as abuse victim Marie Collins, a leading voice in pushing for justice in Ireland.

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Monday, February 6, 2012

#Peodophile : #Catholic Priest Alexander Bede Walsh Charged With 18 Counts Of Indecent Assault Against Children

A jury at Stoke-on-Trent Crown Court, which is still considering four further counts against Alexander Bede Walsh, took around six hours to find him guilty of 18 charges of indecent assault and another serious sexual offence.
Yesterday Walsh said he "knew it was wrong" when he accessed the material, but said he pleaded guilty to the offence.
A Roman Catholic priest has been found guilty of committing sexual offences against seven boys between 1975 and 1993.

The jury also acquitted the 58-year-old of three counts of indecent assault and one of indecency with a child.

Walsh, of Church Lane, Abbots Bromley, near Rugeley, Staffordshire, had denied a total of 27 counts alleged to have been committed while he was working in Warwickshire, Staffordshire and Coventry.

The clergyman, who was ordained in 1979 and has served in parishes in Coventry, Staffordshire and Oxfordshire, told his trial that he had never sexually abused or inappropriately touched any of the complainants.

The jury will resume its deliberations tomorrow on the remaining four counts, three of which relate to an eighth alleged victim.