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The level of stupidity displayed by some of our Judiciary is astounding at times;

A soft-touch judge provoked more controversy today after refusing to jail a paedophile caught with child pornography for a second time because he would ‘suffer badly’ in prison

Judge Peter Bowers let Mark Martin walk free despite being found with more sick images while already on a suspended jail sentence. His decision comes months after he caused public outrage for describing a serial burglar as ‘courageous’.

Martin’s grotesque attraction to children should be punished and I would have though since this was his second offence a custodial sentence would have been essential. The fact that the paedo might “suffer badly” is encouraging as that might make him think twice before further depraved crimes.

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28 thoughts on “WHY PAEDOPHILES MUST NOT GO TO PRISON

  1. One wonders if it occurs to the Judge who might suffer if this person is free? A recipe for disaster.

    There are steps that can be taken to isolate a prisoner who likely might be subject to violence if such steps were not undertaken.

  2. Maybe someone could persuade that “courageous” serial burglar to break into Judge Bower’s house and see what the good judge has stored on his hard drive…

  3. Agit8ed, on April 1st, 2013 at 5:01 PM Said:
    Maybe someone could persuade that “courageous” serial burglar to break into Judge Bower’s house and see what the good judge has stored on his hard drive…

    Absolutely spot on Agit

    The Liberal elite have done enough damage to Great Britain to last a lifetime

    A paedophile judge is about as rare as a paedophile priest.

  4. It is commonly believed that members/representatives of our legal system are as likely to be involved in unsavoury sexual activity as the little man wearing the dirty mackintosh..
    I don’t know whether this is also the case in the USA. Mahons would probably know.

  5. Next thing they will be surprised at the increase in vigilante actions. I don’t agree with taking the law in your own hands, but if the police and courts can’t be arsed, what else can you do?

  6. Agit8ed- I have no idea. I presume such compulsions cut across the employment spectrum.

  7. Hi A8 they are old/young, rich/poor, educated/uneducated, nonprofessional/professional, and of any race, religion, or nationality. But they’re often male and over 30 years of age; single or have few friends of his age; and if married, the relationship does not involve much sex. I read recently that the incidence of women falling into this category is increasing and related to the growth and access to the Internet.

  8. This is a very bad thing about the internet.

    All the bad guys in the world have an easier time finding one another now.

  9. Mahons,
    You may indeed be right. But when it comes to the execution/explanation of the law it is disconcerting to discover that those who administer the law on our behalf may actually be involved in the same kind of behaviour so roundly condemned by most citizens.

  10. mairin2, on April 1st, 2013 at 6:20 PM Said:
    Hi A8 they are old/young, rich/poor, educated/uneducated, nonprofessional/professional, and of any race, religion, or nationality.

    Google and research ‘Scallywag ring’

    Some are more protected than others

  11. Agit

    A NYC cop was recently convicted of being involved in a plot to kidnap, cook and eat women ( no joke ). Does this mean that this is a police trait? Come off it.

    He found a buddy in England who was coaching him on the efforts.

    There is evil in this world all right.

  12. Phantom 6:19pm
    !!!

    mairin2,

    You seem to have worked or had experience in the same kind of child care as my wife and I, and what you say is of course true. One of the worst cases we knew about the man was a bank manager and a scout leader abusing his own children. His wife was complicit.
    However for a society to have confidence in the rules and the implementation of those rules which govern their society, they have to have confidence that the judiciary is prosecuting not protecting offenders.

  13. “Does this mean that this is a police trait? Come off it. ”
    I said that?
    Mois?!

  14. Oh BTW

    The two reporters working on the Scallywag ring .. both died in ‘unfortunate’ circumstances ..

    The State looks after the State.

    The State monster rolls on, and the children still suffer.

  15. Some people struggle to see past the end of their noses ..

    Those monsters are also our masters

  16. //Martin’s grotesque attraction to children should be punished //

    No, it shouldn’t. He broke the law by having child porn, which of course is made by abusing children.

    That is what should be punished, not his sexual inclination, which while many people will find grotesque etc, is in itself harmless. People with such sad desires are usually victims themselves, and a way has to be found of identifying them and getting them to seek help before they pass on the trait to the next generation.

  17. Putting them in small isolated cell for a 50 year term would help prevent them from passing the trait on.

    I don’t care if they were born like that. I care that they are kept far away from the possibility of any contact with children or anyone else.

  18. //Putting them in small isolated cell for a 50 year term would help prevent them from passing the trait on//

    Obviously many people would feel content with that. It wouldn’t work of couse, but at least we’ll feel good knowing someone is suffering for it.

  19. I would agree with Noel’s assessment that the punishment must be for a crime, in other words for breaking the law.

  20. “Obviously many people would feel content with that. It wouldn’t work of course, but at least we’ll feel good knowing someone is suffering for it.”

    I hope you aren’t one of those I mentioned last week who try to rehabilitate paedophiles or psychos by letting them out into society on a monitored basis, gradually allowing them more “earned trust”?

    If so called experts want to rehabilitate them, let them offer their own children and their own family members as part of the process.

  21. “I care that they are kept far away from the possibility of any contact with children or anyone else.”

    There’s no evidence he’s been near children. The offence relates to images. Maybe he should have been incarcerated because he was already serving a suspended sentence (suspended sentences are “served”). I thought that committing a similar offence automatically triggered the incarceraton part of it. Obviously not.

    Plus, there’s no hard paedophile/normal demarcation. Pedophilia is an attraction to prepubescent children (although the term is erroniously applied to any attraction to under age children). Ephebophilia is an attraction to mid-to-late adolescents, hebephilia to earlier pubescent individuals. We need therefore to be clear what’s what in cases like this, and the act itself is the crime, not the urge.

  22. It is commonly believed that members/representatives of our legal system are as likely to be involved in unsavoury sexual activity as the little man wearing the dirty mackintosh

    That’s an interesting one. I wonder would there be a shout of protest if I were to suggest that ‘It is commonly believed’ as likely to also be Conservatives?

    The fact of the matter is that this person broke the law and should be punished. The idiot judge should also be castigated for professional incompetence.

    Some believe that homosexuality is a psychological condition. Does this belief extend to those sexually attracted to children?

  23. The latest piece of mockery of the public by a judge is deliberate provocation, and that is a policy of the Establishment. These members of the Establishment look down on ordinary people because they can, and because they are unaffected by the consequences of their decisions. All others have to consider the effects of their actions e.g. if I allowed a sub-standard material to be used in the construction of process pipework, and it burst leading to loss of life, that is a foreseeable consequence of professional negligence and is punishable by law – yet a judge can release burglars and paedophiles without concern for the consequences.

    Btw, the book by John De Camp provides details of the paedophile rings which run the child-care systems of Omaha, Nebraska, and the judiciary made sure that those involved were (and are) fully protected.

  24. Well said, Pete Moore.

    I believe the number of known paedophiles is really only a fraction of the real figure, and the number who are caught breaking the law is even smaller.

    The widespread use of child pornography, child nudes in art etc, before it became the taboo it is today certainly gives an indication of how big the problem is. There is no point pretending all that can be solved by jail sentences. It’s time for an open and informed debate, not this mad rush to condemn, which in many cases sounds too much like people desperate to show their righteousness in this regard.

    //homosexuality is a psychological condition. Does this belief extend to those sexually attracted to children?//

    Well, it’s some kind of condition, psychological or biological, at any rate. However, unlike heterosexuality or homosexuality it always entails abuse when practised; which is why paedophilia is not an offence but paedophile acts are.

  25. “That’s an interesting one. I wonder would there be a shout of protest if I were to suggest that ‘It is commonly believed’ as likely to also be Conservatives?”

    Nope, no protest here..

  26. Paul,

    Read John Ward’s blog and you will see that onging enquiries into abuse and paedophilia includes a wide range middle class professions, not least MP’s of all shades, police commisioners, lawyers, in fact any profession you could think of, upto and including PM’s

  27. Harri & Ernest, thanks I will read some of those articles when my stomach can handle it…some times I can only take this stuff in small doses. It makes my blood boil and my anxiety levels go through the roof. And A8, yeah, pedophiles do lean toward jobs where they have easy access to children or are put in a position where children inately trust them or must rely on them.

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