Kiddy-fiddlers

Another dodgy Catholic priest

This is just going to keep on keeping on until the Church actually addresses what appears to be a systemic problem with pedophile priests.

I can’t hardly wait for Andrei to turn up and point out that other churches do it too, and Lucia to suggest that the church is doing something…just not exactly what that something is.

A former Catholic brother spanked the bare backsides of students for his own sexual gratification and not to discipline them as he claims, a judge says.

The former brother, Edward Mamo, admits he took five boarding students to the school’s laundry where he ordered them to remove their pants and bend over a chest before he struck them with a leather strap.

Mamo would often touch himself and make comments to the students while hitting them, the Victorian County Court heard.

But Mamo’s lawyer Peta Murphy said her client maintained that there was an element of discipline in his actions.

A long drop off a short rope, Ctd

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Honestly I don’t know why we don;t just have wobbly stools, eye bolts int he ceiling and 6 feet of rope installed in the cells of pedophiles….then play endless cycles of Talk Talk at them till they solve all their problems with a long drop off a short rope:

A paedophile already serving preventive detention was jailed again today and the 64-year-old may never be released from prison.

A woman now in her 40s is the latest victim of Warren Kenneth Johnston, who had admitted offending in Alexandra during the 1970s and 1980s.

The woman was in the High Court in Christchurch to tell him about the effects he had on her life and to see him jailed for three years by Justice Graham Lang.

The sentence will effectively lengthen Johnston’s preventive detention by a year because it will stop him being considered by the Parole Board for that period.

However, he may never be released, even though he has already served 15 years since preventive detention was imposed in the High Court in Wellington in 1997.

He has done the Kia Marama programme for sex offenders twice, during successive jail sentences.

He did not impress with his performance the first time around, soon after the programme began about 1990, and he continued to offend.

He had “a little more success” on a later course, Justice Lang noted, but a psychological report prepared for today’s sentencing pointed to continuing difficulties.

He said: “It is clear from the report from the psychologist that you have a considerable way to go before the parole authorities can feel confident in releasing you back into the community. It may be, as your counsel says, that you are never released.”

 

Nor should he

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I shudder to think what would happen here:

US authorities say a father who caught a man sexually assaulting his four-year-old daughter and beat him to death may not face charges.

The father, from Texas, punched the man repeatedly in the head, killing him, Lavaca County Sheriff Micah Harmon said.

The girl had been left inside the family’s house during a social gathering on Saturday while other members of her family were tending to horses, Sheriff Harmon told CNN.

He said the father returned to the house and caught the man abusing his daughter before unleashing his attack. The man was pronounced dead at the scene.

It is a wonder the perp wasn’t shot 57 times being in Texas.

Tolley takes aim at paedos

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Anne Tolley is taking aim at kiddy fiddlers and wants to create a register, but the opposition parties are all into cuddling up to paedos:

Opposition parties are challenging the need for a sex offenders’ register, saying they often become public and are historically prone to mistakes which can devastate innocent people’s lives.

Police Minister Anne Tolley is considering introducing such a register, and police and the Corrections Department began work on proposals earlier this year after it was revealed a convicted paedophile was working as a teacher.

The register will not be open to the public and will only be viewed by officials with security clearance.

Both Labour and the Greens say it is a populist move and justice officials already closely monitor sex offenders.

Greens justice spokesman David Clendon said the register would open the door to witch hunts and “unreasonable attention being paid to some of the releasees”.

Labour and the Greens are right, this would be a very popular move. Not so popular will be their opposition to it. It seems though that as Labour’s poll rating fail to move they are seeking support from the margins, amongst criminals and paedos.

Labour’s justice spokesman Charles Chauvel said Labour would want to see evidence there was a need for a register.

“It’s all very well to say let’s have a sex offenders’ register for officials but what we need to do is be satisfied it actually served some purpose.”

A register was a “slippery slope”, he said.

“You start with an undertaking it would be a private document used for internal purposes and then in a year or two it’s a full blown public document.”

Chauvel said the Government’s justice policies were “law and order window dressing” which would make “little difference on the street”.

Charles would be shocked to learn that most people on the street would support not having a register of sex offenders just so long as we can hang them from lamp-posts.

Seriously Disturbing

Never in my life have I actually met or seen anyone that desperately is in search of a bullet with their name on it. Clayton Weatherstone was close. This guy however is truly sickening.