Police arrest 24 suspected paedophiles in Sussex

Crackdown on paedophiles brings 24 arrests

Crackdown on paedophiles brings 24 arrests

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Twenty-four men have been arrested in Sussex on suspicion of having or sharing indecent images of children, as part of an unprecedented national crackdown.

Thirteen children in Sussex have been referred to children’s social services following the arrests co-ordinated by the National Crime Agency (NCA), although police stress there has been no evidence of any specific risk.

The NCA spoke about Operation Notarise for the first time today, saying it had kept quiet until now to protect children and secure evidence.

Investigators are examining 332 computers and related items seized in Sussex, plus books, magazines, DVDs and cassettes. All those arrested here, ranging in age from their twenties to sixties, are on bail.

Assistant Chief Constable Stuart Cundy, of the Surrey and Sussex Specialist Crime Command, said: “Those who access indecent images should know the internet is not anonymous and we will pursue you.”

The National Crime Agency handed 46 files to Surrey and Sussex paedophile on-line investigation teams, sparking the arrests from April to June, including seven in Surrey.

None of those arrested in Sussex had unsupervised access to children during their work, a Sussex police spokesman said. Across the U.K., 660 people have been arrested under the operation, 39 of whom were registered sex offenders.

They include doctors, teachers, former police officers, Scout leaders and care workers, a National Crime Agency spokesman said. Their charges so far range from possessing indecent images of children to serious sexual assault, although most are still on bail.

NCA Deputy Director General Phil Gormley said he aimed to prevent offending. He said: “A child is victimised not only when they are abused and an image is taken. They are re-victimised every time that image is viewed by someone.

“Some of the people who start by accessing indecent images online go on to abuse children directly.

“So the operation is not only about catching people who have already offended – it is about influencing potential offenders before they cross that line.

“We want those offenders to know that the internet is not a safe anonymous space for accessing indecent images, that they leave a digital footprint, and that law enforcement will find it.”

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3:55pm Wed 16 Jul 14

maxiboy_ says...

This vile crime should carry a 10 year mandatory sentence.
This vile crime should carry a 10 year mandatory sentence. maxiboy_
  • Score: 12

4:01pm Wed 16 Jul 14

getThisCoalitionOut says...

All criminals found guilty should be executed. This is the only way to get rid of these types of people permantly, especially those in Parliament AND why hasn't anyone in Parliament still NOT been arrested?
All criminals found guilty should be executed. This is the only way to get rid of these types of people permantly, especially those in Parliament AND why hasn't anyone in Parliament still NOT been arrested? getThisCoalitionOut
  • Score: -17

4:20pm Wed 16 Jul 14

Mrbrightside1 says...

When is this country going to grow a pair and start executing this scum? They get offered 'help' for an 'illness', its not an illness, they know exactly what they are doing, bit like Saville and Harris knew what they were doing. Illness my a**e.

Bring back the death penalty and I assure you they will soon be cured!
When is this country going to grow a pair and start executing this scum? They get offered 'help' for an 'illness', its not an illness, they know exactly what they are doing, bit like Saville and Harris knew what they were doing. Illness my a**e. Bring back the death penalty and I assure you they will soon be cured! Mrbrightside1
  • Score: -17

5:00pm Wed 16 Jul 14

just-a-person says...

It's sickening as it is but somehow it feels worse when a child can't even feel safe with a doctor, police officer or a teacher. Given Roy Whiting's history we now know of it worries me they are still out on bail.
It's sickening as it is but somehow it feels worse when a child can't even feel safe with a doctor, police officer or a teacher. Given Roy Whiting's history we now know of it worries me they are still out on bail. just-a-person
  • Score: 10

5:02pm Wed 16 Jul 14

Mrbrightside1 says...

Mrbrightside1 wrote:
When is this country going to grow a pair and start executing this scum? They get offered 'help' for an 'illness', its not an illness, they know exactly what they are doing, bit like Saville and Harris knew what they were doing. Illness my a**e.

Bring back the death penalty and I assure you they will soon be cured!
Amazing how a common sense approach gets thumbs down? Does that speak volumes about the argus readers?
[quote][p][bold]Mrbrightside1[/bold] wrote: When is this country going to grow a pair and start executing this scum? They get offered 'help' for an 'illness', its not an illness, they know exactly what they are doing, bit like Saville and Harris knew what they were doing. Illness my a**e. Bring back the death penalty and I assure you they will soon be cured![/p][/quote]Amazing how a common sense approach gets thumbs down? Does that speak volumes about the argus readers? Mrbrightside1
  • Score: -21

5:06pm Wed 16 Jul 14

stevo!! says...

Mrbrightside1 wrote:
Mrbrightside1 wrote:
When is this country going to grow a pair and start executing this scum? They get offered 'help' for an 'illness', its not an illness, they know exactly what they are doing, bit like Saville and Harris knew what they were doing. Illness my a**e.

Bring back the death penalty and I assure you they will soon be cured!
Amazing how a common sense approach gets thumbs down? Does that speak volumes about the argus readers?
Perhaps those who voted down know that execution isn't a 'cure'.

A cure remedies a situation.

HTH
[quote][p][bold]Mrbrightside1[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Mrbrightside1[/bold] wrote: When is this country going to grow a pair and start executing this scum? They get offered 'help' for an 'illness', its not an illness, they know exactly what they are doing, bit like Saville and Harris knew what they were doing. Illness my a**e. Bring back the death penalty and I assure you they will soon be cured![/p][/quote]Amazing how a common sense approach gets thumbs down? Does that speak volumes about the argus readers?[/p][/quote]Perhaps those who voted down know that execution isn't a 'cure'. A cure remedies a situation. HTH stevo!!
  • Score: 0

5:39pm Wed 16 Jul 14

stevo!! says...

just-a-person wrote:
It's sickening as it is but somehow it feels worse when a child can't even feel safe with a doctor, police officer or a teacher. Given Roy Whiting's history we now know of it worries me they are still out on bail.
And we know from Whiting's history what he is going to do on his release from prison.
[quote][p][bold]just-a-person[/bold] wrote: It's sickening as it is but somehow it feels worse when a child can't even feel safe with a doctor, police officer or a teacher. Given Roy Whiting's history we now know of it worries me they are still out on bail.[/p][/quote]And we know from Whiting's history what he is going to do on his release from prison. stevo!!
  • Score: -4

5:50pm Wed 16 Jul 14

chrismilo says...

The biggest culprits are in Jobs of trust.
90 % of paedophile crimes on children are commited by Family freinds or relatives NOT strangers.
The biggest culprits are in Jobs of trust. 90 % of paedophile crimes on children are commited by Family freinds or relatives NOT strangers. chrismilo
  • Score: 15

5:51pm Wed 16 Jul 14

stevo!! says...

chrismilo wrote:
The biggest culprits are in Jobs of trust.
90 % of paedophile crimes on children are commited by Family freinds or relatives NOT strangers.
Being a family member isn't a job of trust, though I accept that the figure for family incidents is ridiculously high.
[quote][p][bold]chrismilo[/bold] wrote: The biggest culprits are in Jobs of trust. 90 % of paedophile crimes on children are commited by Family freinds or relatives NOT strangers.[/p][/quote]Being a family member isn't a job of trust, though I accept that the figure for family incidents is ridiculously high. stevo!!
  • Score: 1

6:16pm Wed 16 Jul 14

NathanAdler says...

What do you expect when you have Labour Supporters in Brighton whose foul party have done NOTHING about a current senior shadow cabinet member supporting the raping of babies through the Paedophile Exchange Bureau.

L is for Labour.
L is for Lice
L is for Liking kidding fiddlers.
What do you expect when you have Labour Supporters in Brighton whose foul party have done NOTHING about a current senior shadow cabinet member supporting the raping of babies through the Paedophile Exchange Bureau. L is for Labour. L is for Lice L is for Liking kidding fiddlers. NathanAdler
  • Score: -16

6:53pm Wed 16 Jul 14

just-a-person says...

stevo!! wrote:
just-a-person wrote:
It's sickening as it is but somehow it feels worse when a child can't even feel safe with a doctor, police officer or a teacher. Given Roy Whiting's history we now know of it worries me they are still out on bail.
And we know from Whiting's history what he is going to do on his release from prison.
He will be 92 when eligible for parole so hopefully in his case life means life behind bars.
[quote][p][bold]stevo!![/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]just-a-person[/bold] wrote: It's sickening as it is but somehow it feels worse when a child can't even feel safe with a doctor, police officer or a teacher. Given Roy Whiting's history we now know of it worries me they are still out on bail.[/p][/quote]And we know from Whiting's history what he is going to do on his release from prison.[/p][/quote]He will be 92 when eligible for parole so hopefully in his case life means life behind bars. just-a-person
  • Score: 12

6:53pm Wed 16 Jul 14

just-a-person says...

stevo!! wrote:
just-a-person wrote:
It's sickening as it is but somehow it feels worse when a child can't even feel safe with a doctor, police officer or a teacher. Given Roy Whiting's history we now know of it worries me they are still out on bail.
And we know from Whiting's history what he is going to do on his release from prison.
He will be 92 when eligible for parole so hopefully in his case life means life behind bars.
[quote][p][bold]stevo!![/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]just-a-person[/bold] wrote: It's sickening as it is but somehow it feels worse when a child can't even feel safe with a doctor, police officer or a teacher. Given Roy Whiting's history we now know of it worries me they are still out on bail.[/p][/quote]And we know from Whiting's history what he is going to do on his release from prison.[/p][/quote]He will be 92 when eligible for parole so hopefully in his case life means life behind bars. just-a-person
  • Score: 3

7:24pm Wed 16 Jul 14

stevo!! says...

just-a-person wrote:
stevo!! wrote:
just-a-person wrote:
It's sickening as it is but somehow it feels worse when a child can't even feel safe with a doctor, police officer or a teacher. Given Roy Whiting's history we now know of it worries me they are still out on bail.
And we know from Whiting's history what he is going to do on his release from prison.
He will be 92 when eligible for parole so hopefully in his case life means life behind bars.
It was reduced on appeal to 40 years.

I share your hope that he dies behind bars, because these people cannot be cured.
[quote][p][bold]just-a-person[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]stevo!![/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]just-a-person[/bold] wrote: It's sickening as it is but somehow it feels worse when a child can't even feel safe with a doctor, police officer or a teacher. Given Roy Whiting's history we now know of it worries me they are still out on bail.[/p][/quote]And we know from Whiting's history what he is going to do on his release from prison.[/p][/quote]He will be 92 when eligible for parole so hopefully in his case life means life behind bars.[/p][/quote]It was reduced on appeal to 40 years. I share your hope that he dies behind bars, because these people cannot be cured. stevo!!
  • Score: 2

7:34pm Wed 16 Jul 14

sussexram40 says...

It seems a bit extreme for some to be recommending the death penalty for looking at indecent pictures of children when murderers, rapists, knife attackers, and many other types of criminal get a prison sentence and then release.
Also don't we have to distinguish between those who carry out the sexual abuse of children and those who don't, but look at these images.
It's quite typical when this sort of behaviour is covered up by those in high places to protect themselves and their kind, but no mercy is shown to the man in the street. I won't be happy until we see some 'top people' being charged. It's widely believed that child abuse is prevalent in the upper echelons, eg. politicians, judges etc, particularly so in the 60s, 70s. 80s.
It seems a bit extreme for some to be recommending the death penalty for looking at indecent pictures of children when murderers, rapists, knife attackers, and many other types of criminal get a prison sentence and then release. Also don't we have to distinguish between those who carry out the sexual abuse of children and those who don't, but look at these images. It's quite typical when this sort of behaviour is covered up by those in high places to protect themselves and their kind, but no mercy is shown to the man in the street. I won't be happy until we see some 'top people' being charged. It's widely believed that child abuse is prevalent in the upper echelons, eg. politicians, judges etc, particularly so in the 60s, 70s. 80s. sussexram40
  • Score: 6

7:54pm Wed 16 Jul 14

tez1959 says...

id just like to say that anyone who gets any sort of pleasure out of children are sick ive got two lovely grandchildren boy an a girl if anyone no matter who it is i would to time if they ever got hurt i cant see that these sort of dangerous sickos can stroll about and we dont know who they are shoud be named and locked up for good sick bas...ds
id just like to say that anyone who gets any sort of pleasure out of children are sick ive got two lovely grandchildren boy an a girl if anyone no matter who it is i would to time if they ever got hurt i cant see that these sort of dangerous sickos can stroll about and we dont know who they are shoud be named and locked up for good sick bas...ds tez1959
  • Score: 3

9:52pm Wed 16 Jul 14

maxiboy_ says...

getThisCoalitionOut wrote:
All criminals found guilty should be executed. This is the only way to get rid of these types of people permantly, especially those in Parliament AND why hasn't anyone in Parliament still NOT been arrested?
On seconds thoughts I believe you are right.
[quote][p][bold]getThisCoalitionOut[/bold] wrote: All criminals found guilty should be executed. This is the only way to get rid of these types of people permantly, especially those in Parliament AND why hasn't anyone in Parliament still NOT been arrested?[/p][/quote]On seconds thoughts I believe you are right. maxiboy_
  • Score: -2

9:53pm Wed 16 Jul 14

maxiboy_ says...

Mrbrightside1 wrote:
When is this country going to grow a pair and start executing this scum? They get offered 'help' for an 'illness', its not an illness, they know exactly what they are doing, bit like Saville and Harris knew what they were doing. Illness my a**e.

Bring back the death penalty and I assure you they will soon be cured!
Most likely a lot of paedophiles on here voting you down.
[quote][p][bold]Mrbrightside1[/bold] wrote: When is this country going to grow a pair and start executing this scum? They get offered 'help' for an 'illness', its not an illness, they know exactly what they are doing, bit like Saville and Harris knew what they were doing. Illness my a**e. Bring back the death penalty and I assure you they will soon be cured![/p][/quote]Most likely a lot of paedophiles on here voting you down. maxiboy_
  • Score: -3

10:15pm Wed 16 Jul 14

stevo!! says...

sussexram40 wrote:
It seems a bit extreme for some to be recommending the death penalty for looking at indecent pictures of children when murderers, rapists, knife attackers, and many other types of criminal get a prison sentence and then release.
Also don't we have to distinguish between those who carry out the sexual abuse of children and those who don't, but look at these images.
It's quite typical when this sort of behaviour is covered up by those in high places to protect themselves and their kind, but no mercy is shown to the man in the street. I won't be happy until we see some 'top people' being charged. It's widely believed that child abuse is prevalent in the upper echelons, eg. politicians, judges etc, particularly so in the 60s, 70s. 80s.
I cannot fault your logic or reasoning.

As revolting as most decent people find the act of looking at indecent images of children, it isn't remotely on the same level as murder, rape, etc.

However, a wider picture has to be seen. People are more outraged when a child is abused than when a murder is committed. Had Rolf Harris 'merely' robbed a bank at gunpoint in 1990, I suspect he would even have rescued his telly career upon release in 2000. We saw the anger and vitriol directed to Maxine Carr despite her 'only' crime being to help a murderer who she believed for some time to be innocent. She had nothing to do with the deaths, and certainly had no knowledge of them. Plus, we know that she was coerced by a desperate violent (but only towards defenceless people) 'man'.

So, anything involving children touches society's nerve like no other offence.

We then come to the 'I'm only looking at them, I'm not involved in the abuse' defence. It doesn't wash. People don't make these images purely for fun or their own self-gratification. They do it mainly for money, and that money ultimately comes from the guy who buys them purely for self-gratification.

Paedophilia isn't a crime. You cannot prosecute anyone for being aroused at the thought of children. Being a paedophile isn't an offence, in the same way that being a homophobe or a racist isn't an offence, because we cannot prosecute anyone for their thoughts.

It's their actions that give rise for punishments, which means the law rightly prevents ANY and ALL actions relating to child abuse, and this includes the act of even possessing revolting images. The arousal aspect doesn't arise, and it doesn't need to arise - the act of possession is provable in court, and that's all the authorities need.


So please understand why people want those in possession of them to have the severest of punishments.
[quote][p][bold]sussexram40[/bold] wrote: It seems a bit extreme for some to be recommending the death penalty for looking at indecent pictures of children when murderers, rapists, knife attackers, and many other types of criminal get a prison sentence and then release. Also don't we have to distinguish between those who carry out the sexual abuse of children and those who don't, but look at these images. It's quite typical when this sort of behaviour is covered up by those in high places to protect themselves and their kind, but no mercy is shown to the man in the street. I won't be happy until we see some 'top people' being charged. It's widely believed that child abuse is prevalent in the upper echelons, eg. politicians, judges etc, particularly so in the 60s, 70s. 80s.[/p][/quote]I cannot fault your logic or reasoning. As revolting as most decent people find the act of looking at indecent images of children, it isn't remotely on the same level as murder, rape, etc. However, a wider picture has to be seen. People are more outraged when a child is abused than when a murder is committed. Had Rolf Harris 'merely' robbed a bank at gunpoint in 1990, I suspect he would even have rescued his telly career upon release in 2000. We saw the anger and vitriol directed to Maxine Carr despite her 'only' crime being to help a murderer who she believed for some time to be innocent. She had nothing to do with the deaths, and certainly had no knowledge of them. Plus, we know that she was coerced by a desperate violent (but only towards defenceless people) 'man'. So, anything involving children touches society's nerve like no other offence. We then come to the 'I'm only looking at them, I'm not involved in the abuse' defence. It doesn't wash. People don't make these images purely for fun or their own self-gratification. They do it mainly for money, and that money ultimately comes from the guy who buys them purely for self-gratification. Paedophilia isn't a crime. You cannot prosecute anyone for being aroused at the thought of children. Being a paedophile isn't an offence, in the same way that being a homophobe or a racist isn't an offence, because we cannot prosecute anyone for their thoughts. It's their actions that give rise for punishments, which means the law rightly prevents ANY and ALL actions relating to child abuse, and this includes the act of even possessing revolting images. The arousal aspect doesn't arise, and it doesn't need to arise - the act of possession is provable in court, and that's all the authorities need. So please understand why people want those in possession of them to have the severest of punishments. stevo!!
  • Score: 2

10:44pm Wed 16 Jul 14

greeg3 says...

The threat of drilling peoples brains out won't stop any crime,I don't know why certain contributors on this forum think it will end paedophilia.To those contributors,shut up.
The threat of drilling peoples brains out won't stop any crime,I don't know why certain contributors on this forum think it will end paedophilia.To those contributors,shut up. greeg3
  • Score: 9

10:44pm Wed 16 Jul 14

NathanAdler says...

Stevo.

Nicely written, but I will argue one point.

Animal cruelty for me pulls on the heart strings more.

Don't get me wrong, I want to introduce torture for kiddy fiddlers, but as strange as it sounds, animal abusers are even worse.

That's life I guess!
Stevo. Nicely written, but I will argue one point. Animal cruelty for me pulls on the heart strings more. Don't get me wrong, I want to introduce torture for kiddy fiddlers, but as strange as it sounds, animal abusers are even worse. That's life I guess! NathanAdler
  • Score: 4

10:47pm Wed 16 Jul 14

stevo!! says...

NathanAdler wrote:
Stevo.

Nicely written, but I will argue one point.

Animal cruelty for me pulls on the heart strings more.

Don't get me wrong, I want to introduce torture for kiddy fiddlers, but as strange as it sounds, animal abusers are even worse.

That's life I guess!
Yes, animal cruelty is right up there, too, but as the discussion only related to child abuse, I was making my comments about that only. I wasn't claiming it was *the* most reviled crime for everyone.
[quote][p][bold]NathanAdler[/bold] wrote: Stevo. Nicely written, but I will argue one point. Animal cruelty for me pulls on the heart strings more. Don't get me wrong, I want to introduce torture for kiddy fiddlers, but as strange as it sounds, animal abusers are even worse. That's life I guess![/p][/quote]Yes, animal cruelty is right up there, too, but as the discussion only related to child abuse, I was making my comments about that only. I wasn't claiming it was *the* most reviled crime for everyone. stevo!!
  • Score: -1

11:15pm Wed 16 Jul 14

hubby says...

Incredible that we get this dropped on us just as the Nation is starting to wake up and realise that its Parliament is and has for years been full of paedophiles.
This is a smokescreen to stop us asking about paedos in the Lords and in Parliament.
Do they think that we are stupid??????
Incredible that we get this dropped on us just as the Nation is starting to wake up and realise that its Parliament is and has for years been full of paedophiles. This is a smokescreen to stop us asking about paedos in the Lords and in Parliament. Do they think that we are stupid?????? hubby
  • Score: 1

12:00am Thu 17 Jul 14

Motorcyclist says...

Stevo protests too much. He is showing all the traits for being a narcissistic sexual deviant. I may be wrong.... it is just an opinion.
Stevo protests too much. He is showing all the traits for being a narcissistic sexual deviant. I may be wrong.... it is just an opinion. Motorcyclist
  • Score: 9

1:37am Thu 17 Jul 14

stevo!! says...

Motorcyclist wrote:
Stevo protests too much. He is showing all the traits for being a narcissistic sexual deviant. I may be wrong.... it is just an opinion.
It's an opinion based on no evidence, so you're reminding us what an ignorant bigot you are.

Try not to too proud of that........
[quote][p][bold]Motorcyclist[/bold] wrote: Stevo protests too much. He is showing all the traits for being a narcissistic sexual deviant. I may be wrong.... it is just an opinion.[/p][/quote]It's an opinion based on no evidence, so you're reminding us what an ignorant bigot you are. Try not to too proud of that........ stevo!!
  • Score: -10

1:56am Thu 17 Jul 14

martyt says...

hubby wrote:
Incredible that we get this dropped on us just as the Nation is starting to wake up and realise that its Parliament is and has for years been full of paedophiles.
This is a smokescreen to stop us asking about paedos in the Lords and in Parliament.
Do they think that we are stupid??????
yep ,people have very short memories and the same runts get back in time after time ,so who are voting for them ?
[quote][p][bold]hubby[/bold] wrote: Incredible that we get this dropped on us just as the Nation is starting to wake up and realise that its Parliament is and has for years been full of paedophiles. This is a smokescreen to stop us asking about paedos in the Lords and in Parliament. Do they think that we are stupid??????[/p][/quote]yep ,people have very short memories and the same runts get back in time after time ,so who are voting for them ? martyt
  • Score: 1

5:00am Thu 17 Jul 14

Nosfaratu says...

This 'Paedo Inquisition' all started by 'Jimbo' will run and run.
You will never remove these weird people from society altogether but you can make life difficult for them.

I suggest that the Govt legalizes 'Prostitution', so that the people who find sexual relief difficult to find, wont have to form a relationship if they have a physical or mental problem. Good for 'Priests too' !
This 'Paedo Inquisition' all started by 'Jimbo' will run and run. You will never remove these weird people from society altogether but you can make life difficult for them. I suggest that the Govt legalizes 'Prostitution', so that the people who find sexual relief difficult to find, wont have to form a relationship if they have a physical or mental problem. Good for 'Priests too' ! Nosfaratu
  • Score: 0

8:00am Thu 17 Jul 14

spurious warnings says...

Motorcyclist wrote:
Stevo protests too much. He is showing all the traits for being a narcissistic sexual deviant. I may be wrong.... it is just an opinion.
I was thinking the same thing! and he does protest too much.
(I'm surprised he's still here)
[quote][p][bold]Motorcyclist[/bold] wrote: Stevo protests too much. He is showing all the traits for being a narcissistic sexual deviant. I may be wrong.... it is just an opinion.[/p][/quote]I was thinking the same thing! and he does protest too much. (I'm surprised he's still here) spurious warnings
  • Score: 4

9:30am Thu 17 Jul 14

stevo!! says...

spurious warnings wrote:
Motorcyclist wrote:
Stevo protests too much. He is showing all the traits for being a narcissistic sexual deviant. I may be wrong.... it is just an opinion.
I was thinking the same thing! and he does protest too much.
(I'm surprised he's still here)
Have you ever actually contributed to a discussion?
[quote][p][bold]spurious warnings[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Motorcyclist[/bold] wrote: Stevo protests too much. He is showing all the traits for being a narcissistic sexual deviant. I may be wrong.... it is just an opinion.[/p][/quote]I was thinking the same thing! and he does protest too much. (I'm surprised he's still here)[/p][/quote]Have you ever actually contributed to a discussion? stevo!!
  • Score: -9

10:41am Thu 17 Jul 14

thevoiceoftruth says...

NathanAdler wrote:
What do you expect when you have Labour Supporters in Brighton whose foul party have done NOTHING about a current senior shadow cabinet member supporting the raping of babies through the Paedophile Exchange Bureau.

L is for Labour.
L is for Lice
L is for Liking kidding fiddlers.
I think you'll find that there are members of all political parties involved and the Conservatives in particular have covered up allegations of child abuse and have a number of suspects in their ranks - both dead and alive. However, I don't believe any investigation carried out by the establishment will bring these people to justice. They are rotten to the core.
[quote][p][bold]NathanAdler[/bold] wrote: What do you expect when you have Labour Supporters in Brighton whose foul party have done NOTHING about a current senior shadow cabinet member supporting the raping of babies through the Paedophile Exchange Bureau. L is for Labour. L is for Lice L is for Liking kidding fiddlers.[/p][/quote]I think you'll find that there are members of all political parties involved and the Conservatives in particular have covered up allegations of child abuse and have a number of suspects in their ranks - both dead and alive. However, I don't believe any investigation carried out by the establishment will bring these people to justice. They are rotten to the core. thevoiceoftruth
  • Score: 3

11:30am Thu 17 Jul 14

theargusissoinformative says...

stevo!! wrote:
Mrbrightside1 wrote:
Mrbrightside1 wrote:
When is this country going to grow a pair and start executing this scum? They get offered 'help' for an 'illness', its not an illness, they know exactly what they are doing, bit like Saville and Harris knew what they were doing. Illness my a**e.

Bring back the death penalty and I assure you they will soon be cured!
Amazing how a common sense approach gets thumbs down? Does that speak volumes about the argus readers?
Perhaps those who voted down know that execution isn't a 'cure'.

A cure remedies a situation.

HTH
Curing society?
[quote][p][bold]stevo!![/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Mrbrightside1[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Mrbrightside1[/bold] wrote: When is this country going to grow a pair and start executing this scum? They get offered 'help' for an 'illness', its not an illness, they know exactly what they are doing, bit like Saville and Harris knew what they were doing. Illness my a**e. Bring back the death penalty and I assure you they will soon be cured![/p][/quote]Amazing how a common sense approach gets thumbs down? Does that speak volumes about the argus readers?[/p][/quote]Perhaps those who voted down know that execution isn't a 'cure'. A cure remedies a situation. HTH[/p][/quote]Curing society? theargusissoinformative
  • Score: 0

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