He needs a good long stretch of another kind

A recidivist kiddy fiddler has escaped preventative detention and has been sentenced to 11 years 3 months imprisonment…a good long stretch…but not he kind of long stretch he really needs.

These scumbags are irredeemable…they are the detritus of society and should be flushed away like other refuse.

A paedophile has avoided an indefinite jail sentence after being convicted for the third time for offending against children on both sides of the Tasman.

Tauranga man Trevor Richard Hall was jailed for 11 years and three months’ for offending against three victims over a period stretching between 1996 and 2010.

One victim has become bisexual, and another has turned to prostitution, drugs and alcohol, the High Court at Rotorua was told.

Two women delivered emotionally charged victim impact statements about the ongoing effects the offending by the 62-year-old beneficiary has had on them.

Hall was ordered to serve a minimum term of six-and-a-half years’ jail by Justice Mark Woolford.   

He had earlier pleaded guilty in Tauranga District Court to 11 charges of sexual offending against the women and a boy.

The boy’s statement was handed to the court but he was in the public gallery to see Hall sentenced.

Quoting from his statement Justice Woolford said he had quit two jobs because he was unable to be close to older men.

Hall had spent time in a Queensland jail for offending against a four-year-old girl and a seven-year-old boy before being deported back to New Zealand.

He reoffended against a seven-year-old girl and was sentenced to 12 months’ home detention.

Justice Woolford rejected the Crown’s request for a sentence of preventive detention.

I’m sorry but that is just pathetic from the judge.

He should be given a virtual death sentence by incarcerating him for the rest of his life.

– 3News

 


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  • Rocket

    Justice Woolford…now where have I seen that name before? Wasn’t he the judge who did not give “justice” to the victims of that maori prince?

    • Billythekid

      Drop the d from wool ford, what do you have ? Wool for brains !

  • rantykiwi

    There’s a simple way to rectify the sentencing error – just make sure he ends up at Pare in the general muster.

  • Wendy

    He had 19 convictions for sexual abuse.

    NINETEEN.

    What the hell does it take?

    http://www.nzherald.co.nz/crime/news/article.cfm?c_id=30&objectid=11369576

    • Allyson

      Can get him put away longterm before next Labour govt cancels our 3 strikes legislation?

    • Billythekid

      Lead disprin.

  • sheppy

    He was deported for kiddy fiddling and then allowed to do it again WHY????

    • taurangaruru

      Yet people criticise Australia for exporting foreign criminals back to NZ. I am sure they will be relieved it was not another Australian child that was molested by this paedo. Now if only the NZ judiciary would “man up” see him for what he is, a recidivist highly unlikely to be reformed & lock him up for the duration of his life, the only consideration here should be protecting NZ society. Certainly there should be no thoughts of reforming this character, it ain’t going to happen.

  • James Growley

    What is wrong with our judges? Are they so afraid that one of their dud “brothers” will reduce their sentence on appeal that they are now erring on the light side for no other reason than saving face. Well, enough is enough I say. We need judges to have the fortitude to hand out sentences that reflect the severity of the crime and that gives justice to the victims.

  • The2Game

    Justice Mark Woolford is a prime illustration of just why we ought to consider introducing the US system of having judges elected to their positions and therefore held accountable for their decisions…

  • Billythekid

    RE OFFENDED against a 7 year old girl and was given 12 months home detention. No wonder society is whispering vigilantism.
    Had the offence been against my 7 year old daughter, I would be doing time for murder.

  • Caprice

    Ear tagging calves the other day. All the boys got a little rubber ring on their nuts. It got me thinking – what if you could halve your jail sentence by opting for a similar rubber ring – your choice. Preventive detention or become a steer… Hmm. Could be a win win for the taxpayer.
    I know, I know, it is the thin end of the wedge, a slippery slope. but I know also without a doubt, I would choose freedom – without me clangers.

    • SlightlyStrange

      The civil libertarians would be so up in arms at the idea – look at how they responded to a suggestion that mothers on the DPB be offered free long-term contraception (not including full sterilisation). It was as if the suggestion was that they be forced to go on the IUD or similar in order to keep their benefit.

  • steve and monique

    Cant fix these sick mongrels, so lock him up for life, or fix his lead deficiency.

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