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Quite what good throwing him in prison would have done I have no idea,
maybe he's planning on kidnapping and raping an eight year old, maybe he's just a sad git who got stupid.
A judge isn't going to throw someone who's a danger to the public back out onto the streets just to make a point.
Originally posted by Liberal1984
The Defiling of Democracy from Within…
The thing that amazes me is why there are so many liberal left MP’s-advisors and so few of them in the U.K voting population as a whole?
This political group always talks about human rights, but they argue against the “right” of criminals to end their lives; in fact even those who have done nothing wrong and are dying of some natural degenerative disease.
They won’t even let people choose to suspend they’re legal rights say under the Health and Safety act, so that they can visit somewhere without expensive insurance.
They talk about democracy; but when it comes down to it they stand in the way of the will of the British-Western people, and they must know that if they’re weren’t so many them in the media-political elite, they’re true democratic support would not provide them enough representation to influence policy barely at all.
The big question is how [...] did the extreme liberal left accumulate all they’re power in the first place?
So let me get this straight, Because there is no cure for paedophilia ( not really sure where you got that little fact'ette from ) ,
In contrast, a unique study was conducted with a control group. The psychologist J K Marques and three colleagues wrote about the findings for the journal Criminal Justice and Behaviour. They monitored paedophiles who were part of a very extensive programme of both individual and group treatment and, after they were released, of a year-long aftercare programme. These offenders were given the highest-quality treatment known for paedophiles, and it might have been hoped that there would be impressive results.
Yet the treatment made no difference at all. Those who had been through the programme were just as likely to reoffend as those with no treatment at all.
It seems, on this evidence, that Sigmund Freud might have been right after all when he judged paedophilia to be an intractable sexual orientation, entirely unresponsive to treatment. In the mid-20th century, we moved away from this view towards a belief that we could treat paedophiles sufficiently to release them into the community. There were honourable experiments conducted by people like Jan Evans. But judging by the available evidence, these experiments are shown to have failed.
Most paedophiles are, as the child abuse expert Dr W F Glaser of the University of Melbourne argues, "long-term recidivists. The oldest offenders in the clinic where I consult are in their eighties . . . Burglars, car thieves and brawlers all appear to give up in their thirties, but paedophiles just keep on offending." Combine this with the knowledge that sex offences against children have a negligibly low detection rate, and it becomes clear that the stakes, when a paedophile is released, are unusually high.
"He was caught with 150 child images on his computer, because his wife had informed police about it. This is not a sad git, this a guy feeding his obsession; which all the research shows tends to make it much worse not better. He was-is therefore a growing threat to children who we therefore need to be protected against. "
That’s complete speculation. The "facts" contained within that paragraph don't even prove he's a direct threat to children let alone a growing one.