Monday, 11th March 2013
SEX OFFENDERS REGISTER IS AGAINST A PAEDOPHILES HUMAN RIGHTS – Once again the Human Rights Act 1998, devised by liberals who often view criminals as victims of society, shows the absurdity of its true nature.
Yesterday a convicted paedophile successfully challenged the courts for the removal of his name from the Sex Offenders Register due to an infringement upon his human rights.
George St Angeli, pictured left, was imprisoned in the mid-1990’s for sexually interfering with two underage girls. He was also ordered, at the time of sentencing, to be placed on the Sex Offenders Register for life.
The Sex Offenders Register was initially designed so that upon release police and authorities could track the movement of sex offenders. This would prevent them from being able to live near a school, from having access to children, or from travelling abroad in order to satisfy their desires for sex with young children. This was firmly brought to light with the likes of Paul Gadd, or as he is more famously knows, Gary Glitter, a convicted paedophile who fled to Cambodia, Laos and Vietnam to fuel his sexual appetite.
The result of this decision, by the court to remove George St Angeli from the Sex Offenders Register, will now pave the way for nearly 50 other sex offenders. While police and authorities petitioned the court not to remove St Angeli, due to their strong belief he is an on-going threat and menace to the safety of children, the judge remarked that he couldn’t determine ‘any benefit’ from St Angeli remaining on the Sex Offenders Register and therefore ordered that his name be struck off from the records.
The decision came from a Human Rights ruling in 2011 which stated ‘It was wrong to keep sex offenders on the register without the possibility or prospect of an appeal.’
It is more than understandable that this ruling has sparked outrage among Child Protection Groups, such as the Nation Society for the Prevention and Cruelty of Children NSPCC.
“Adults who seriously sexually abuse children should stay on the register for life as you can never be sure they will not commit further offences. We can only try to control and contain their behaviour. We will be monitoring the appeals process closely and will raise concerns if we believe the civil liberties of convicted sex offenders are being put ahead of the protection of children.” NSPCC spokesman
For more information on the NSPCC please visit their website at – nspcc.org.uk
Once again the indoctrination of liberal views and its creation of the Human Rights Act has come back to haunt our society. There has been much talk that Theresa May intends to pull out of the European Court of Human Rights and scrap the Human Rights Act 1998 an for many this cannot come soon enough.
Most of us live in hope that one day British society can look bad on an era of a Liberal Society knowing full well that its only attribute to society was to fuel crime rates, provide criminals with a way out from being convicted and victims for obtaining any type of reasonable justice from our courts.