paedophiles

Paedophile MPs

There have been rumblings of paedophile rings in British politics for decades. ?Those, as well as Satanic rituals leading to the death of children have been rumoured to have happened in the corridors of power, and protected by complicit police due to a code of silence and a secret handshake club.

In the current climate of exposing historical wrongs, it seems the public have finally found the courage to take the accusations to the authorities, and, there seems to be sufficient prima facie proof for Scotland Yard to start digging around.

British police are investigating claims that up to five paedophile rings operated at the heart of Westminster with the involvement of “highly influential” politicians.

A Labour MP who has handed a dossier of evidence to Scotland Yard said he now believed the complexity of child abuse networks at the heart of government in the ’70s and ’80s had been seriously underestimated.

John Mann, MP for Bassetlaw, said it was “inconceivable” police would not now arrest and interview some of the politicians he named in a list handed to detectives this month.

Mann, who has spent months sifting evidence, met Scotland Yard and gave it evidence on 22 politicians, including three serving MPs and three members of the House of Lords.

People, as well as previous ex-MPs that have dared to speak out in the past have been labelled crackpots and conspiracy theorists. ?And you can see why. ?The scale of it is unimaginable. ?The abuse of power gobsmacking. ?People simply don’t want it to be true.

But it seems the door is ajar now, and sunlight is starting to pour in. ? Read more »

Oh dear Lord, when will this end?

Sex pest Damian Christopher Gillard. Photo / Greg Bowker

Sex pest Damian Christopher Gillard. Photo / Greg Bowker

Hardly a week goes by without some news about a teacher having trouble with sexual boundaries when it comes to?students. ?Jared Savage reports

An Auckland school failed to act on concerns raised by two teenage students who felt unsafe around their teacher – six years before he was arrested for sexually grooming one of them and other underage girls.

The lack of records on the employment file of Damian Christopher Gillard at Papatoetoe High School also meant the 2006 complaints were missed by a 2009 police inquiry over similar allegations of which he was later acquitted.

Gillard, the head of the languages department, was eventually convicted of making sexual advances to one of the pupils who complained – and six other young girls – after a second police investigation in 2012.

He was sentenced in May to 9 years in prison for a raft of sexual crimes, dating back to 1994 when he was a teacher at Greenmeadows Intermediate in Manurewa.

He was found guilty of indecent acts against seven students, all younger than 16, such as kissing or touching their legs and breasts under the pretext of searching them for cigarettes.

The offending escalated to sex with a 14-year-old girl.

So that’s one thing. ?The other problem is that when these concerns are raised, “the system” becomes a huge obstacle. ?Granted, we don’t want to get the torches and pitch forks out straight away, but there is enough evidence now that concerns about teachers aren’t progressed through the system in a way that responsibly protects existing and future victims. ? Read more »

Who will have the courage to protect the weak?

While we continue to place the human rights of remorseless rapists and murderers and paedophiles ahead of the innocent and the weak, more lives are being destroyed

Alexia Johnston explains

A 67-year-old sex offender who was jailed for 17 years this week has reignited the call for a publicly available register of sex offenders.

Christopher David Williams faced trial in Timaru but was sentenced in Christchurch on Monday.

A non-parole period of seven years and six months was imposed.

Williams was convicted in March on 12 charges: five of rape, four of unlawful sexual connection using his fingers, and three of indecent assault.

The Christchurch District Court heard this week that the two girls he offended against were subject to the abuse at rural South Island locations. One of the girls had become pregnant and one had been raped when she was heavily pregnant.

The offences were described as premeditated and cruel, with no remorse.

No remorse. ?Premeditated. ?Predictable. ?Inevitable. ? Read more »

Sex abuse law doesn’t go far enough

Just the other day I asked what we should be doing with the sex offenders that nobody believes are safe being put back in the community.

Corrections Minister Anne Tolley has introduced a bill to allow 10-year extended supervision orders to be renewed by the courts. The orders allow the Department of Corrections to monitor child sex offenders after their sentence is completed.

Those imposed on the first batch of child sex abusers in 2004 are due to expire next year. The department has estimated about six of the most serious offenders will need the orders renewed every year.

Ms Tolley said she had support from United Future and Act for the bill, which will also allow the orders to be laid against serious violent offenders and sex offenders against adults. Labour has said it will support it at its first stage and will decide after public submissions whether to support it further.

Ms Tolley confirmed there was not enough time to pass it before the election. That means if Labour wins the election it will have to pass it before January to ensure some of those orders, which are for a maximum 10-year period, do not expire.

It is a great start, and it is a pity to see that Labour have decided to play politics with this. ? But then again, I’m not surprised. ?Labour are the crim hugging party after all. ? Read more »

How can we solve the paedophile NIMBY problem in our society

Lucy Townend reports

A high-risk paedophile is to be moved from a Palmerston North suburb after an outpouring of community concern.

The 27-year-old man, whom Corrections and police refused to identify, was convicted of raping a 10-year-old girl in 2006.

He was released from Auckland Prison to a Salvation Army men’s hostel in Lockhart Ave, Milson, last week after completing an eight-year sentence.

He is subject to an extended supervision order which allows Corrections to keep tabs on him, including 24-hour GPS monitoring, for the next seven years.

Before he was released from prison, a health assessor pushed for the maximum extended supervision order of 10 years, saying he showed little remorse and had a high risk of reoffending, even after a decade.

Since the offender’s move to Milson, the Salvation Army has been contacted by half a dozen worried people.

A flier which identified the man, his offending and his address was distributed to letterboxes in Milson.

The community invariably runs the pedo out of town. ? Read more »

Are you suppressing 9/11 truth? Then you too could be a paedophile

The emails I put up with would make your hair stand on end at times.

Ignoring the emails with threats to my physical well-being, this is another gem I found in my inbox

Aaron's 9/11 cry for attention

Aaron’s 9/11 cry for attention

Since it is a Sunday, and I’m feeling in a good mood, let’s see what Aaron wants us all to look at ? Read more »

Cry babies of the week: Maximum security inmates

Kirsty Johnston has a winner on her hands when reporting on this one

Child-sex offenders are eating steak and enjoying picnics, sunbathing and playing tennis at Auckland Prison, say jealous maximum security inmates.

Corrections has confirmed residents of Te Piriti, the therapeutic unit for paedophiles, were treated to a BBQ with their families and friends last November as part of their rehabilitation programme.

The event was to assist with building social relationships and help the men’s reintegration, the department said.

Te Piriti is one of the country’s two specialist child-sex offender units, which aim to reduce re-offending. Inmates who complete the programme are around four times less likely to offend again.

However, an inmate in the notorious D Block maximum-security wing said the favourable treatment of the paedophiles – who were already unpopular with the general inmate population – had caused anger. “Since Corrections removed the vegetation around their compound, D Block prisoners have had a good view of it,” he said in an email.

D block prisoners don’t like to see paedos have a good time. ? Boo ?hoo. ? Read more »

Anti fracking activists not just liars, but creepy deviants too

We all know hippies are a bit weird, over the top with their views, hypocritical and smell bad, but this woman just needs to be locked up:

A top environmental activist has been making some odd claims about child sexuality,reports?the Washington Free Beacon.

Pennsylvania anti-fracking activist and director of Citizens for Clean Water Vera Scroggins said that parents ?should have sexual relationships with their children and expose them to sexually explicit imagery at a young age,? reports the Free Beacon.

?Are there cultures that mothers or fathers pleasure their children and teenagers sexually or genitally and also possibly initiate them into sexual expression at some point?? she?askedin a 2001 message to a Yahoo group called?Peacelist. Read more »

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