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Hinch names paedophile

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posted on Apr, 2 2012 @ 10:32 PM
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Darren Hinch has done it again.

www.3aw.com.au...

Here is an excerpt:



I want to talk about a young woman who has been betrayed three times in this country.

First, by a man who sexually assaulted her from the time she was about 11 years old.

Second, by a court in Sydney which suppressed her attacker’s name because it might be bad for his business when he gets out of jail.

And third, by her own mother – who not only still defends the man but turned up in court along with heaps of his family and friends as a show of that support against her own daughter.


What do you think of Australia's laws regarding selective suppression of the identities of paedophiles? Should they all be exposed via an online sex offenders register just like they are in the US?

Here is a link to the un-edited news article that contains the paedophile's identity: www.humanheadline.com.au... .

Not sure how long it will be up for.

I have the original unedited transcript and I'm happy to quote it here it if the mods allow me to?
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posted on Apr, 2 2012 @ 10:45 PM
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I just want to say before people come in ranting about it, that it is not law to suppress the names of pedos but was argued by the lawyer defending the sicko.


During the case the convicted man's barrister, Anthony Bellanto, QC successfully argued to have the defendant's name suppressed in NSW to ''minimise any ongoing damage to his reputation''.

Mr Bellanto said keeping the man’s name secret “could reduce the damage that will no doubt occur if these matters reach the electronic and print media” and that naming the man would have a “catastrophic impact on his ability to earn income”.


18 months is no where near long enough, but this topic angers me so I should bow out..



posted on Apr, 2 2012 @ 10:50 PM
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I love Hinch for doing this and keeping our families informed of who is lurking in our neighbourhoods when the justice system fails as do the authorities who release these bastards almost over night from prison!

Kudos to Darryn Hinch!



posted on Apr, 2 2012 @ 11:01 PM
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Thank you for that - case of ESL. I edited the original post in order to (hopefully) remove ambiguity.



posted on Apr, 2 2012 @ 11:24 PM
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Do you think its a possibility to have Australia enact sex-offender laws like here in the US? For example, I can visit my local police station's website and see every registered child molester within several miles of my address, see their criminal records, and a nice color photo.

Personally anyone who rapes a woman or a child deserves a lot worse than having their names aired on TV and the internet.

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posted on Apr, 2 2012 @ 11:52 PM
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Ah yes,rifle targets.



posted on Apr, 3 2012 @ 12:53 AM
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Originally posted by NuminousCosmos
Do you think its a possibility to have Australia enact sex-offender laws like here in the US? For example, I can visit my local police station's website and see every registered child molester within several miles of my address, see their criminal records, and a nice color photo.

Personally anyone who rapes a woman or a child deserves a lot worse than having their names aired on TV and the internet.

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I think it'd be great, but i don't think it'll happen for the time being. I remember seeing a national US interactive website map a few years back where you could click on a location and it would display all registered sex offenders (including their pictures) in that particular location overlayed on a map. That would be ideal.



posted on Apr, 3 2012 @ 01:24 AM
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Three cheers for Derryn Hinch!


This guy has been convicted! Why should his name be suppressed? I'll tell you why!

Because those high up in society are paedophiles themselves, and they are terrified that what they have done in the past will become public knowledge too. They don't want their "reputations destroyed" by having their names attached to their crimes.

I'm not going to mention the guy's name here on this site, but I am going to put in maximum effort to make sure as many people as possible know this guy's name.



posted on Apr, 3 2012 @ 01:46 AM
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Originally posted by NuclearPaul
Three cheers for Derryn Hinch!


This guy has been convicted! Why should his name be suppressed? I'll tell you why!

Because those high up in society are paedophiles themselves, and they are terrified that what they have done in the past will become public knowledge too. They don't want their "reputations destroyed" by having their names attached to their crimes.

I'm not going to mention the guy's name here on this site, but I am going to put in maximum effort to make sure as many people as possible know this guy's name.


The name is disclosed here: www.humanheadline.com.au...



posted on Apr, 3 2012 @ 02:47 AM
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I thought we already had a national sex offender register...

but it seems it's still being considered, at least where I live.

www.abc.net.au...


The Western Australian Government has announced plans to establish an online register to allow members of the public to identify, report and seek information about serious sex offenders.

Western Australian authorities already monitor the movements of such offenders, but the new legislation would allow the public to track the names and images of serious or repeat offenders in their suburb through a police website.


There is still a large register of sex offenders but it is not from an official website, but some churchy organisation.

www.mako.org.au...

I agree with the guy above tho, target practice...

FYI anyone interested in real estate in Sydney, heres a good link..

www.cityrealestateagents.com.au...





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posted on Apr, 3 2012 @ 03:22 AM
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I'm against any kind of register like that, for any type of crime.

If they were already judged and sentenced that should be enough, and if it's not then they should change the laws.

What is wrong in this case is the protection of the criminal.



posted on Apr, 3 2012 @ 04:01 AM
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The thing is, his name was suppressed because he is rich. No other reason.


The idea that releasing his name would have a "catastrophic impact on his ability to earn income" is simply not true. I'm sure if he looked hard enough, he would find a job in a factory somewhere...



posted on Apr, 3 2012 @ 04:14 AM
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I am all for hanging these paedophiles myself but TPTB could put anyone on these lists who won't play the game.

Having a piss whilst being drunk 500m from a school could get you on the list if you happen to call GW-Bush out for treason given how the corrupt the justice system is today.

Before running these perverts out of town do take care to make sure you have the facts right is all i'm saying



posted on Apr, 3 2012 @ 04:15 AM
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I love to see this happening.


Screw these creatures' rights. They made their beds, now they have to lie in them.
To those who don't want these sickos' identities made public, look at it this way:
I have a vicious dog. I tell you to go ahead in my home and grab something for me off the kitchen counter. You enter blind and end up getting bit. You sue me for not devulging that a bloodthirsty beast was inside.

If you know of a predator, keeping it secret should be considered harboring and anyone who does this should also be guilty of placing people in danger.
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posted on Apr, 3 2012 @ 04:22 AM
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The man’s name is Peter Vers



posted on Apr, 3 2012 @ 04:37 AM
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the judge hides his identity to protect his reputation and ability to work....


he destroyed his reputation himself when he committed this crime...

he lost his ability to earn a income when he committed this crime..


i would like to know why he gets his identity protected but the victim has every thing posted on the front page of the newspaper seems a bit backwards to me...

every one should know his identity and the crimes he has committed and then make a personal choice as to if they wish to conduct business with him

i will tell you a simple truth.

you ARE known by the character of the people you keep as friends and the character of the people you conduct business with...

i do wish to know the character of the people i know and the friends they keep. i would most certainly not conduct business with a person of that character. perhaps he is afraid and rightly so, of this kind of backlash.

i actually feel sorry for the karma he has given to himself. because he has no one else to blame...


robert



posted on Apr, 3 2012 @ 05:05 AM
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Originally posted by ArMaP
I'm against any kind of register like that, for any type of crime.

If they were already judged and sentenced that should be enough, and if it's not then they should change the laws.

What is wrong in this case is the protection of the criminal.


In a perfect world (where the law serves it purpose) I would agree with you. I also agree that the issue here is the protection of a (rich) criminal - one that has ties to many people in key positions (government and private sectors).

However, under the current laws, the question is how does one protect their children from a rock spider - especially given the high recidivism rates amongst them?
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posted on Apr, 3 2012 @ 05:12 AM
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Kudos to Mr Hinch for getting the word out. Hopefully you guys down there can get a system like ours up and running too. Maybe just with a bit more common sense infused into it.

Not sure what exactly your guys' laws are regarding sex offenders but here in the States, an 18 year old dude sleeps with his 17 year old gf, mom doesn't like it, has the kid arrested, he's charged and ends up on this website. There's a good and a bad to this. Just remember, just because something is or isn't law doesn't make it right or wrong. Every case is different and should be treated as such. Hopefully you guys have a little more common sense but I doubt it Lil Amerika #3.
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posted on Apr, 3 2012 @ 05:39 AM
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Wow! Read this if you want to be hopelessly confused by US privacy laws for criminals.
www.wftv.com...

During that time, agents said they arrested 3,000 illegal immigrants across the country. They said 271 of those arrests were in Florida. Also, 51 of those were in Central Florida, 29 in Orlando, and six were sex offenders, including a 61-year-old man from Columbia who was convicted of lewd and lascivious molestation of a child.


Due to privacy laws, the identities of the people were not released.


So, how is it that illegal sex offenders and other criminals who are illegal get to have their identities protected?
This story smells fishy.



posted on Apr, 3 2012 @ 11:59 AM
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www.aussieweb.com.au...

Send the bastard an email.

Peter Versi International
2a Waters Rd , Suite 4a Floor 1, Neutral Bay
Sydney, NSW, 2089
Australia
P
02) 9909 3700



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