posted on Oct, 8 2013 @ 09:21 AM
So for those of you who might not know, Baby "P" was a beautify little 18 month old boy who had the most horrific short life. Over a period of 8
months or so as his mothers boyfriend (not his father) and his brother tortured this innocent little child in the most evil and horrendous ways. At
the same time social services despite having contact with the family and classing them as "at risk" failed to intervene despite 60 visits form various
agencies. In the end, as a result of their failure but mostly resulting from the torture this young boy received at the hands of these evil men he
died. During the investigation it became apparent that his mother has aloud this torture to go on in the end the two men who killed this boy were
found guilty and his "mother" was found guilty of causing or allowing her son's abuse and was sentenced to a pitiful 5 year's sentence in 2009.
Its also worth noting that her and her boyfriend also went to trial over the rape of a 2 year old girl, she was acquitted he found guilty.
So his mother failed him and the system failed him.
only the system has failed him once more.
His "mother", Tracey Connelly is now being released from prison early
Baby P's mother, Tracey Connelly, is to be released from prison on the order of the Parole Board.
Connelly was jailed indefinitely with a minimum of five years in May 2009 for causing or allowing her son Peter's death.
Just how sick is this countries justice system and the "system" in general, first they fail to take the child into care and prevent his death at the
hand's of his torturers, then they give his "mother" the women who should have protected him a pathetic 5 year sentence and now, just to really rub
salt to the wounds they let her go early.
Its just sick, she and the two men who done this to this young boy should not be let out ever again they should be locked away they are not human,
they are the personification of evil and should be treated as such.
edit on 8-10-2013 by OtherSideOfTheCoin because: (no reason