Whatever happened to Justice Against Paedophiles?
Once again the Human Rights Act has been abused by appeal court judges who have ruled that sick and depraved Paedophiles can have unsupervised access to their children because the ban which pevented them breached their human rights.
Sexual Offences Prevention Orders were specifically designed and put in place to protect children from abusive predators but the Court of Appeal has sparked outrage from ruling judges overturning the protection ban to allow societies most dangerous and perverted criminals “the right to family life.”
The court of appeal judges have also overturned bans on Paedophiles coming into contact with teenagers aged between 16-18-years and put an end to blanket bans on internet access so that the vile monsters are not denied “an essential part of everyday living.”
“The safety of children should come first, and whoever decided this needs to do some serious explaining.
“It is extremely surprising and disappointing that the Human Rights Act can be used in this way. More children are at risk of abuse from adults that they know than from stranger”, blasted the director of Kidscape Claude Knight.
The highly controversial decision to allow dangerous child predators unsupervised access to their children comes at a time when ministers are reviewing the Human Rights Act which has been responsible for many cases where Appeal Judges have reverted to soft justice.
“The Criminal Justice System seems to put the rights of the criminal ahead of those of the public or the victim”, slammed Conservative MP Phillips Davies.
Appeal judges ruled in favour of these depraved monsters following claims from convicted Paedophiles, Wayne Clark, Bryan Hall and Johnathon Dodd who complained that the Sexual Offences Prevention Orders denied them their human rights.
What about the Victims Human Rights?