Sunday, 31 March 2013

Lydia Does Not Yet Fancy The Idea Of Penises

 Oh Lydia, Lydia ... education scars you for life - how odd.

PUBLISHED: 00:36, 30 March 2013 | UPDATED: 00:36, 30 March 2013

Children of 12 exposed to explicit conversations on webcam chat sites

">Up to [?] 50 per cents [sic] of live video streams on chat sites contain porn.
>Most internet porn filters do not block online chat rooms.

Children as young as 12 are being subjected [sic] to obscene images and explicit conversations on free video chat websites, child safety [sic] experts [sic] warn.

The Daily Mail found up to [?] 50 per cent of the live video streams on these websites contain nudity or graphic acts.

Parents are often unaware of this danger [sic] in their own homes because most internet filters fail to block the sites."


Maybe Lydia never will.
Maybe Lydia is a (proto)lesbian.
Maybe Lydia is a bit of a wimp, who needs to shape up or ship out.
Maybe the story, as given, is BS.
Maybe, in essence, Psychotherapy is BS.
What are facts, is that there is no danger, no harm, no trauma ... only learning, some frowns and giggles, and, maybe, a few orgasms (if, perhaps, a little one-sided).

There are many more possibilities, than Omegle, Streamberry and ChatRandom ... and, guess what? .... the kids choose to go and watch and play.

Such are the glorious wonders of the internet; now time to repeal some laws.

If you do not like it, control your childrens' access to adult domains .... and make a few more Lydias, in doing so.



Sunday 31 March 201

The day my 11-year-old son found violent porn on the web

"Children have always found ways to discover the world on their own and that’s essential and it’s important that adults don’t interfere with that discovery and self-education ..."

Sunday 31 March 2013 

Editorial: Child pornography [article nothing to do with IIOC] is a menace [sic] the law can't prevent 

"However unpopular it makes them, parents have to be vigilant – intrusive even – about what information their children are sharing with others.

They have to get tough in insisting on the constant use of strict filters on smartphones and computers.

For the most part children are several steps ahead of adults in computer technology, so monitoring what children are looking at is always going to be hard.

The unpalatable alternative is just to give up, and abandon the hope that we can make more of a collective effort to protect children from this insidious menace [sic]." 


April 2013

Parenting and Pornography

"As pornography becomes more available to youngsters through the internet and mobiles, Mariella Frostrup and guests discuss how we can best equip the next generation to deal with it.

Reports show that the numbers of children accessing explicit sexual images are growing. There's increasing concern that youngsters who watch pornography regularly may be tempted to act out scenes of abuse on other children, and that many kids' ideas about relationships and bodies are being affected by the images they are watching."

Should we Make Love Not Porn to improve sex education for children?

Make Love Not Porn

Sad, Pointless, Empty, Lives - This Is Stinson Hunter

Saturday, 30 March 2013

Professional Victims On The Wane

5:58 PM PDT 3/28/2013

Lifetime Cancels 'America's Most Wanted'

"The cable network is developing a new, similarly themed show with host John Walsh.

Lifetime has opted to cancel the long-running series after 25 seasons, The Hollywood Reporter has confirmed. As first reported by TV Guide Magazine, the John Walsh-hosted effort may be shopped elsewhere.

Sources tell THR that AMW's studio 20th Television and Walsh's production company will likely explore their options to find the crime-fighting franchise a new home. Fox canceled it in 2011 citing soft ratings."


Updated Nov 1, 2013 - 2:37 pm

'America's Most Wanted' host visits Phoenix to promote online safety for teens

Right To Work, Without Fear

21 hrs ago

Texas sex offenders in sight of rare policy win

"County Texas District Attorney Carlos Valdez looks at one of the signs that District Judge Manuel Banales ordered 21 registered sex offenders to place in their yards in Corpus Christi, Texas.

While statehouses nationwide work on legislation aimed at curbing how and where sex offenders can live and work, a proposal in Texas that would strip employment information from the state’s sex offender registry is being cheered by those on the list as a minor but extraordinary easing of the law.

Four convicted sex offenders huddled in a busy hallway at the Texas Capitol, congratulating each other for going public and testifying against a bill that would plaster their criminal past on their Facebook profiles.

As expected, not everyone was moved by their objections.

"I don't feel bad for the guys that came in here whining," Republican state Rep. Steve Toth said after the men had left the room at a recent House Criminal Jurisprudence Committee meeting. A Democrat switched on her microphone to voice on the record that she, too, had no sympathy.

In the Texas Legislature and statehouses nationwide, bills aimed at curbing how and where sex offenders can live and work are routine. But for the 72,000 registered sex offenders in Texas this year, there is optimism. A legislative victory is in sight, and it's not for sinking a fresh round of get-tougher proposals — but scaling back one already in place.

Pushing forward what advocates say would mark a minor but extraordinary softening of the state's sex offender laws, the GOP-controlled Senate has passed a bill to remove employer information from Texas' online sex offender registry.";_ylt=A2KJ2UiSEVdR6FEA9SPQtDMD

May You Find The Peace You Deserve, Richard


26 February 2007

Griffiths: 'I'd Shred Child Sex Offenders'

"Picture: Richard Griffiths UK Premiere of 'Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix' held at the Odeon Leicester Square London, England - 03.07.07

Veteran British actor Richard Griffiths would kill all paedophiles [sic] in a tree shredder if he had his way. The WITHNAIL + I star believes his ghastly method of capital punishment would deter other would-be child sex offenders. He says, "I'd feed all paedophiles [sic] into a tree shredder. One minute... and anything left the police can have.""

Friday, 23 November, 2012

And they say WE are nasty!

"In fact this Dick Dastardly turns out to be a serial offender. On another occasion, he reportedly said:

"Now, me, paedophiles [sic], if it was left to me, I would hurt them so much it would upset and shock everybody in the country. I can think of really nasty things that I would like to see done to them. And I wouldn’t care if it didn’t change their behaviour – it would just certainly put them on notice that if you do this, you will have your skin removed, you will be made to go around to do really painful things before you’re allowed to die.""

Friday, 29 March 2013

One Picture - So Much Dangerous, Ignorant, Unethical, Worthless Flesh, In One Place

March 26, 2013 11:10

Sun reporters back boss in court

"More than a dozen journalists from The Sun supported [crapping themselves, in some cases] their deputy editor as he appeared in court charged with authorising payments to public officials for information.

Geoff Webster appeared at Westminster Magistrates' Court accused of two counts of misconduct in public office in 2010 and 2011.

He was supported by a group of Sun staff including royal editor Duncan Larcombe, crime reporter Anthony France and crime editor Mike Sullivan."


1:00PM BST 02 Apr 2013

Met Police drop investigation against The Sun's Crime Editor 

 Slimeball? Ethical? Angel? - Only You Can Decide

"Mike Sullivan, the Crime Editor of The Sun, will not face charges of making illegal payments to police officers, the Metropolitan Police announced today."

Much Like What Chris Said, Stinson

Stinson Hunter

Intellectual Blindspots

Censoring Sex Research

"The Debate over Male Intergenerational Relations

This volume sheds light on one of the most explosive episodes of censure of academic scholarship in recent decades. Bruce Rind, a former psychology professor at Temple University, investigated sexual relations between male adults and adolescents through history and across cultures, from highly institutionalized relationships in Ancient Greece and Rome, to 33 contemporary cultures including the USA, and among various species. His conclusions that these relations, when consensual, are not always negative was radical, but based in his research findings. Even before publication of an invited article on the topic, he was subjected to intensive attacks, censured, and censored. This book presents a substantially extended version of Rind’s original, unpublished article, plus 12 scholarly responses to his work that argue for or against Rind’s conclusions or offer useful context on his work. For anyone interested in sex research and the academic freedom issues surrounding it, whether supportive of or vehemently opposed to Rind’s ideas, this book is a must-read.

Thomas K Hubbard (Editor); Beert Verstraete (Editor)
368 pp. / 6.00 x 9.00 / Jun, 2013
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Friday, 10 January, 2014

The pre-WEIRD world, according to Rind

John Ward Finally Shows His True Colours

John Ward - Talking Offensive and Dangerous Bollocks In 4D

We had to wait a little time ...
"I have only ever interviewed three convicted paedophiles [sic - please name them, John]. You have to have done this to realise what we ['we'? John, are you, somehow, special?] are dealing with here.

Child molesters [ah, not Paedophiles, then, John] tend [sic] to have no remorse about their activities [incorrect, some do not, same for any type of offender]. They shun attempts at redemption [incorrect, some do not, same for any type of offender], and as yet no system or method of curing [there is no disease, John] their delusional [incorrect] illness [there may be a 'disorder', but, that is not what you mean, is it, John?] has been found. [there is no disease, John, do not hold your breath on that one - then again, perhaps you should ;)]

Paedophiles [sic] believe that they are right and we are wrong [about what John? ... but, then, such are moral decisions], and that the children usually [sic] enjoy the sexual activity [like any activity, it ranges from glorious pleasure, through ambivalence, to disgust - such are human beings].

Having seen pictures of abuse given to me by helpful police [!?  - perhaps you would like to share their identities, John?] in the past (and the ordinary ranks are full of disgusted and dedicated coppers) I can assure you that only a seriously deranged mind* [sic] could believe the children enjoy it [ah, because, the cherry-picked images, you were shown, are representative of most images (and most experiences), right, John?].

The rate of suicide before the age of 35 among abuse victims is horrendous [we are sure, if it exists, you can point us to any evidence (we know you cannot provide proof) of a causal connection - can you John?]

Paedophiles [sic] are usually sadistic sexual psychopaths [offensively incorrect, a tiny minority are, same for any type of offender], and they destroy lives wherever they go. [we are sure, if it exists, you can point us to any evidence (we know you cannot provide proof) of a causal connection - can you John?]

Establishments throughout the world need to be shaken very hard [how does that work, John?], and made [?] to realise that those they protect [who, John?] are – at least indirectly – killers [now you are just ranting, John]. Some senior Conservative and Labour politicians are, right now, accessories to murder. [ditto]

As long as we in Britain fail to deal with this [with what, John?] ruthlessly and without favour [oh dear, sounds like a cull], we have no right to use the term ‘civilised’ about ourselves."[so, what are your detailed recommendations, John?]

We will direct John to this thread, of course, but, we expect that he will fail to allow our blog reply; such are the ignorant and dangerous, moral entrepreneuristic zealots.

Always best to out them, though.



* Underage and Having Sex - July 2010

"Around one in three British young people will lose their virginity before their 16th birthday. Underage and Having Sex offers a frank and uncensored young person's view of one of Britain's most controversial dilemmas."

Thursday, 28 March 2013

We Think We Are In Love

Published: 28 Mar 13 08:34

MP turns herself in for child porn offence

"A Swedish parliamentarian has reported herself to the police for possessing child pornography, in a bid to get Swedes to question the current laws.

Moderate Party MP Maria Abrahamsson chose on Wednesday to tell Swedish police that she may have child pornography at home. She told them that she had a copy of the Dagens Nyheter (DN) newspaper, which last weekend contained an illustration showing a child surrounded by half-naked men.

Abrahamsson is a known critic of the current Swedish law, which makes no distinction between photographs depicting sexual violation or assault of a child or children and illustrations showing similar scenarios.

According to the Svenska Dagbladet (SVD) newspaper, Abrahamsson petitioned parliament last autumn to amend the text of the law. She argued it should distinguish between photography and non-photographic art."

Swedish MP turns herself in over ‘porn’ possession

Unfortunately, They Can And Do

March 27, 2013 4:52PM

Lawyers angry at sex offender law change

"CRIMINAL lawyers in the Northern Territory have criticised new laws that could see some sex offenders locked up indefinitely.

The Serious Sex Offenders Act was passed by the NT parliament on Tuesday night and drew immediate criticism.

The president of the Criminal Lawyers Association of the Northern Territory, Russell Goldflam, attacked the new law.

"You cannot construct a criminal justice system on the basis of popular sentiment, it doesn't work that way," Mr Goldflam said.

The act allows for the attorney general or director of public prosecutions to apply to have the Supreme Court rule on whether serious sex offenders should remain in prison after they have completed their sentence."

'Power' Corrupts ...

Wednesday 27 March 2013

Former public officials jailed for selling Sun information

"A former policeman and prison officer are imprisoned after selling information to the Sun newspaper about celebrities and James Bulger's killer, Jon Venables.

Ex-Woodhill prison officer Richard Trunkfield, 31, was imprisoned for 16 months at the Old Bailey for selling information about Venables to the Sun.

Former Surrey police constable Alan Tierney, 40, was jailed for 10 months for selling details of the arrests of footballer John Terry's mother and Rolling Stone Ronnie Wood."

6:55PM GMT 27 Mar 2013

Former prison officer jailed for Jon Venables leak

"A former prison officer has been jailed for selling information to a newspaper on Jon Venables, one of Jamie Bulger's killers."

Wednesday, 27 March 2013

Ooooh, This Should Be Interesting

UK database for sex offences against children

Saturday, it is. 

Addendum (28/3/13; 16:59)

I guess we had better do a little, preparatory, research ...


Jun 5 2011

Paedo campaigner's 'despicable' double life revealed

"An anti-paedophile campaigner who launched Britain’s biggest public ­database to shame convicted ­perverts is a serial THUG.

Chris Wittwer’s website of more than 12,000 sex offenders has been visited more than a million times in the past year.

But the ex-Army chef, 35, was jailed for 10 months this week after he led a 25-strong mob in an attack on four rival football fans in Exeter, Devon. A mum pushing a pram had to shield her child from the melee.

Wittwer, who claims to have been abused as a boy, received a three-year football match ban in 2004 for threatening a rival fan, Exeter Crown Court heard. He was convicted of affray in 2007.

Children’s charity Kidscape last night said his “despicable double life” had “betrayed” parents who backed him."

This Man Is Called Joseph McCloskey - He Is Not Shuffling With A Full Deck (Part 1)

(27/3/13; 20:30)

UK database for sex offences against children

(August 2013)

Joe Mccloskey

Keeping our kids safe from predators 2"


21 March 2013 Last updated at 17:18

Sex offender name ban 'breached on Twitter'

"A ban on naming a convicted child sex offender may have been breached on Twitter, a court has been told.

Lawyers for the man, who is involved in legal action against Facebook, claimed the rival social media site was used to publish his identity.

A judge was told the potential breach of his order could amount to contempt of court.

A barrister has now been instructed to represent a second defendant in the ongoing case.

Joseph McCloskey was joined to the proceedings over his alleged role in the running of a Facebook page called 'Keeping our kids safe from predators'.

In November last year Facebook was ordered to take it down.

A judge granted an interim injunction after finding the contents amounted to prima facie harassment and risked infringing on human rights.


The man who brought the legal action, known only as XY, is now pressing for a permanent injunction against both Facebook and Joseph McCloskey."

Published Thursday, 21 March 2013

'Twitter breach' of ban naming offender

"A ban on naming a convicted child sex offender may have been breached on Twitter, the High Court has heard. 'Twitter breach' of ban naming offender

The man, who brought the legal action, is known only as XY. (© UTV)

Lawyers for the man, who is involved in legal action against Facebook, claimed the rival social media site was used to publish his identity.

A judge was told the potential breach of his order could amount to contempt of court.

It was also confirmed that a barrister has now been instructed to represent a second defendant in the ongoing case, Joseph McCloskey."

Sex offender ‘named on Twitter’

Thursday, 18 April, 2002, 13:24 GMT 14:24 UK

Exiled NI man meets victims' minister

"The home of Joseph McCloskey

Mr McCloskey was forced to leave his Londonderry home

A Londonderry man, who was forced into exile, has met the Northern Ireland Victims' Minister Des Browne to ask him to help in his campaign to allow him to return to Northern Ireland.

Joseph McCloskey was told to leave Derry by the IRA over a year ago.

The 30-year-old who worked in a bar in the city, claims he has not been allowed to return home because of an IRA death threat."

Friday, 6 April, 2001, 11:03 GMT 12:03 UK

Mother's appeal after 'paramilitary' threat

Voice of The Mirror: End pain of exile

What the papers say


Addendum (27/3/13; 21:22)

UK database for sex offences against children

Addendum (26/4/13)

25 April 2013

Anti-abuse campaigner [mindless thug] told not to publish information about child sex offender - court hears
"An anti-abuse campaigner [mindless thug] has been given a High Court undertaking to publish nothing more about a child sex offender on either Facebook or any other social media.

As part of a final settlement to the convicted paedophile's [sic] legal action, Joe McCloskey today also pledged to immediately remove all references to him from online pages under his control.

The man, who served a jail sentence for a catalogue of abuse, has now been granted permanent anonymity by a judge overseeing the resolution.

Known only as XY, he issued proceedings against Facebook and Mr McCloskey over the contents of a page entitled 'Keeping our kids safe from predators'.

He went to court after discovering his photograph and a string of threatening comments had been posted online.

In November last year the social networking giant was ordered to take the page down due to the prima facie harassment and potential breach of the plaintiff's human rights.

Although it was removed, a new page under the heading 'Keeping our kids safe from predators 2' soon appeared."

Deal sees details of paedophile [sic] removed from Facebook


Addendum (29/10/13)

(October 2013)


Addendum (11/11/13)

(November 2013) 


Part 2, here ...

Right, Because Legislation Based on Bullshit And Lies Is Being So Really Effective

March 26, 2013

Despite Increase In Global Child Protection Laws Many Countries Still Do Not Consider Child Pornography A Crime

"Artist Jeff Koons and the International Centre for Missing & Exploited Children Say Much More Needs to be Done to Protect Children

During the past seven years, 100 countries have enacted new laws to protect [sic] children from child pornography. However, according to the International Centre for Missing & Exploited Children (ICMEC), 53 countries still have no law and do not consider child pornography a crime.

The findings are from a new study conducted by The Koons Family Institute on International Law & Policy, founded by world-renowned artist Jeff Koons, which operates as ICMEC's research arm. The new study, "Child Pornography: Model Legislation & Global Review, 7th Edition", is a component of the global campaign against child pornography launched by ICMEC in 2006 to persuade governments and parliaments around the world to change and enact new laws to better protect children [sic]."

"Child Pornography: Model Legislation & Global Review, 7th Edition" (2012)


Jeff Koons 

"In 1991, he married Hungarian-born naturalized-Italian pornography star Cicciolina (Ilona Staller) who for five years (1987–1992) pursued an alternate career as a member of the Italian parliament. While they still maintained a place in Manhattan, Koons and Ilona lived in Munich. In 1992, they had a son, Ludwig.

The marriage ended soon afterward amid allegations that Koons had subjected Staller to physical and emotional abuse. They agreed to joint custody of the child, but Staller left to Rome with the child, where mother and son remain.

A long custody battle ensued with the award of sole custody to Koons by the U.S. court in 1998, which had also dissolved the marriage. However, he ended up losing custody when the case went to Italy's Supreme Court.

In 2008, Staller filed suit against Koons for failing to pay child support."

Now, let us see how the ICMEC spins it ...

"World-renowned artist and International Centre for Missing & Exploited Children (ICMEC) Board member Jeff Koons knows the anguish of international child abduction first hand. In the wake of the tragic abduction of his first son ..."


Really John, Which Group Would That Be?

March 27, 2013 · 11:40 am

THE PAEDOFILE: Downing Street accused of ‘gagging’ victim support groups

"All Quiet on the Rocks Lane team as more history of blatant cover-up emerges

Recently, a paedophilia victims support group [sic] was raided by police, and evidence removed. This morning, Downing Street stands accused of restricting funds to help people sexually abused as children. The plan seems to be to starve the outers of the money they need to blow the whistle on a long-standing and appalling history of cover-up at the highest levels of government."

Tuesday, 26 March 2013

Why The PCC Is Soon To Be Defunct (Thankfully)

2:11PM GMT 26 Mar 2013

Julie Burchill entitled to 'offend' transsexuals, press watchdog rules

"Julie Burchill was entitled to write a controversial article about transsexuals because she was expressing her opinion, the Press Complaints Commission has ruled.

Burchill, pictured, launched the attack in defence of her friend and fellow writer Suzanne Moore.

The newspaper watchdog rejected claims that the columnist's description of transgender people as "d**** in chicks' clothing" and “a bunch of bed-wetters in bad wigs” was inaccurate or misleading.

It was “clear” from the tone of the article that Miss Burchill was using the phrases to voice her views, the regulator said, adding that the comments were "clearly distinguished from fact"

The article did not breach the PCC’s rules on discrimination because Miss Burchill did not single out any individuals, but referred “to transgender people generally", a ruling by the watchdog said."


Few support freedom of speech, as much as we do, but, it is such inconsistencies, in logic, interpretation and decision (this stems from the PCC's media-protecting 'Code of Practice'), which has led to their downfall.

In doing so, due to their past ineffectiveness (in particular, against bullying, corrupt, lying and dangerous 'journalists'), this has led to the post-Leveson cull, which the media are now whining about; the PCC is, predominantly, the media and their associates.

Get them out, as soon as is possible, so that a consistent, agreed and evidenced-based approach may be adopted.


One Glorious Step At A Time

26 March 2013 Last updated at 14:43

Criminal record checks to be relaxed

"CRB information file Civil liberties groups are expected to welcome the judgement

Thousands of job applicants will no longer have to face their criminal past being disclosed to employers, under changes announced by the Home Office.

Old and minor cautions and convictions will be filtered out of the information revealed in applications for jobs in England and Wales.

It follows a Court of Appeal ruling in January that blanket checks did not comply with human rights laws.

All serious violent and sexual offences will continue to be disclosed.

Under the proposed legislation, convictions resulting in a non-custodial sentence will be filtered from record checks after 11 years for adults and five and a half years for young offenders.

Cautions will be filtered from record checks by the Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS), formerly known as the Criminal Records Bureau, after six years for adults and two years for young offenders."

Disclosure & Barring Service - Filtering of old and minor convictions and cautions

BREAKING NEWS - Home Office to filter old convictions!!!!! :-)

Two Steps Forward, Three Steps Backward, One Step Forward: my initial thoughts on the proposed 'filtering' scheme

Any news on proposals for filtering of minor old convictions

In This Case The Complainant Made A Withdrawal Statement

25 March 2013 Last updated at 18:31

No charges against ex-BBC producer Wilfred De'Ath

"No charges will be brought against a former BBC producer arrested in connection with the inquiry into abuse claims made against Jimmy Savile.

Wilfred De'Ath was arrested last year in Cambridgeshire over an allegation of indecent assault on a girl in the 60s."

26 March 2013 Last updated at 10:02

Savile suspect: 'Inquiry has gone too far'

"A former BBC producer who was released without charge yesterday after being arrested by detectives investigating the Jimmy Savile abuse scandal has said the police operation has "gone too far".

Wilfred De'Ath, who has always denied any wrongdoing, was arrested last year in Cambridgeshire over an allegation of indecent assault on a girl in the 60s. But the complainant has since withdrawn her statement, said Alison Saunders, chief crown prosecutor for CPS London.

He told the Today programme's John Humphrys that he believed the police were over-compensating now because they failed to get Savile at the time and said that the investigation, codenamed Operation Yewtree, was "getting silly"."

March 26, 2013

Wilfred De’Ath – One Hypocritical Old Goat

"So the first of the Yewtree branches has crashed to the ground, a sound virtually unheard in the forest of bad news today.

The ‘famous actress’ (I had to look her up such a household name was she…) (we are not allowed to mention her name – her publicist must be devastated) who alleged that Wilfred De’Ath (I definitely had to look him up) might have fondled her when she might have been a teenager in it might have been a cinema, has decided to withdraw her allegation. She still maintains it is true, but feels that she will be lonely in court, since no one else has come forward with similar allegations about the same man. She only came forward to Yewtree, she says, in the hope that it might give others the courage to come forward.

She is of course, an employee of ITV, the company which paid Mark Williams-Thomas to make the ‘Exposure’ programme, on which Wilfred De’Ath was such a willing witness against the ‘disgusting behaviour’ of Jimmy Savile."

March 26, 2013


"Scotland Yard attempted to dump news of the their case against Wilfred De’Ath being dropped due to the sole complainant withdrawing her statement very quietly. Unfortunately, amongst the bigger news of widespread legalised theft in Cyprus and ‘Teflon Boris’ vs Eddie Mair it was noticed by a few pesky truth-seekers. And, my, what a tangled little web of intrigue it is.

For a deeper analysis of Wilfred De’Aths contribution to Mark Williams-Thomas’ shallow character assassination of the late Sir Jimmy Savile I will guide readers to this EXPOSITION."

PUBLISHED: 23:10, 26 March 2013 | UPDATED: 01:53, 27 March 2013

Eleven men are arrested by Savile inquiry detectives... but just THREE will be charged in £1million operation criticised by some as 'a celebrity witch-hunt'

">Police believe there will be insufficient evidence to charge most of the suspects,
>Former BBC producer William De'Ath was released without charge,
>Speculation mounting that comedian Freddie Starr will not be charged."

Posted on April 4, 2013

Australian arrested: the mainstream media is right not to name him for now 

"Their principle source of corroboration appears to be Mark Williams-Thomas, a former UK detective specialising in major sex crimes, who has since become a media personality and television criminology expert [sic].

So what exactly has Williams-Thomas said in relation to this latest arrest?

According to his Twitter account (Williams-Thomas is a prodigious tweeter) absolutely nothing.

He did tweet this in November last year:

Breaking : XX XX currently being interviewed under caution at police station as part of #Savile other #sexual offences

This tweet – four months old – appears to be the primary source of corroboration used by bloggers for naming the suspect charged by last week, after the Metropolitan Police tweeted this ..."

"In another case, just over a week ago, former BBC producer Wilfred De’ath arrested by police last November was freed without charge after claims he molested a 14 year old woman were withdrawn. " 

Rolf Harris arrested by Operation Yewtree police

The Viral Nature Of Online Hate Makes Legal Policing An Unrealistic Challenge

26 Mar 2013

Police forces need to face social media challenges

"Social media experts should work with police forces across the UK in ‘hubs’ to help the service grapple with new issues, a new report has claimed.

“Social media use is likely to continue to grow and, on balance, the advantages of social media use by the police far outweigh the disadvantages.”"

Better Than That, Ms Payne ...

We should like to know  ...

(1) Who the 'Two #Stalkers' are? - name them, if you know who they are,

(2) What was the nature of this 'emotional torment'? Please be clear about the context and details (bear in mind, it could well be archived),

(3) What did '@EssexPoliceUK' do to 'stop' them'? In what way were they 'stopped'?

(4) Why are you exploiting the death of a young boy, unrelated to your other gibberish issues?

We should appreciate detailed answers (email, top right), not just a slew of weasel words/disinformational tweets.

When you are ready. Thank you.


Addendum (31/3/13)

You are doing it again, Ms Payne ...

Erring On The Side Of Persecution

Mar. 25, 2013 5:59 PM

Concerns raised over reliability of state's GPS monitoring of sex offenders

"AH sits on the steps near his Madison apartment shortly after release from a 51-day jail stay. From January 2011 to November 2012, H was arrested at least 12 times for parole violations related to his GPS monitor, spending 74 days in custody.

JM and AH were convicted of violent sex crimes and served many years in prison.

Now they are on parole, living in Madison neighborhoods, attending treatment groups and wearing Global Positioning System (GPS) ankle monitors — tracking that, under Wisconsin law, will continue for the rest of their lives.

But M,  H and 11 other offenders interviewed for this report say that Wisconsin’s GPS tracking system repeatedly fails, registering false alerts and landing the offenders in jail although they have done nothing wrong."

Blind spots in electronic monitoring of sex offenders

Number of fugitive sex offenders spikes since California 'realignment'

Monday, 25 March 2013

Unintended Consequences

March 20, 2013

Family Sues to Force Sex Offender Neighbor to Buy Its House

"A Pennsylvania family has sued in an attempt to force its sex offender neighbor to buy the family's house, where the family claims its "trapped" after he was convicted of sexually assaulting their daughter.

The lawsuit was filed in Lehigh County by the child's parents.

OLB, 65, pleaded guilty in 2011 to indecent assault of a child under the age of 13, and was sentenced to three to 23 months in prison. He served time, and upon his release, was forced to register as a sex offender.

The family claims that its home's proximity to a registered sex offender makes it "virtually unmarketable." The parents also claim they feel "trapped" living next door to the man who violated their daughter."

Judge: Sex offender not required to buy victim's property,0,5118007.story

"They Have Paid Their Dues" - In The Land Of 'The Free'

Mar 24, 2013

Michigan sex offenders could face new fees

"Bill stirs debate over who should pay for registry

A bill to require the more than 40,000 people on Michigan’s sex offender registry to pay an annual fee is igniting a debate over who should bear the costs for operating and maintaining the state’s system used to track offenders.

Registered sex offenders already are required to pay a one-time $50 fee, but some lawmakers want to charge them $50 every year to cover the $600,000 a year cost to operate the database. The state says the move could bring in about $540,000 more in revenue annually.

Sex offenders “put themselves onto this registry by their actions,” [uh, no, you did, when you chose to prosecute them] said Republican Sen. Rick Jones of Grand Ledge, who is sponsoring the legislation that is headed to the Senate floor, but not yet scheduled for a vote. “Therefore, they need to pay a fee to maintain it.”" [uh, no, you do, you made the laws, not them]

Posted: Tuesday, March 12, 2013

Governor signs Jones bill that will protect children from sexual predators [sic]

"Public Act 2 of 2013  (Senate Bill 44) amends the Sex Offenders Registration Act (SORA) to require that a registered sex offender convicted of certain Tier 1 offences against minors to be listed on the public website."

Should sex offender have to pay an annual fee for their monitoring?

The Castles Built On Sand Continue To Tumble

5:52 p.m. EDT, March 22, 2013

Task force: Sex offender restrictions pointless

"Harsh local restrictions on where sex offenders can live should be lifted, the Palm Beach County public defender said.

And prosecutors and law enforcement agreed.

Their consensus is a turn in the way safety officials think about regulating the movements of the most restricted class of ex-convicts. Dozens of sex offenders are homeless in Palm Beach County, sleeping outside on benches or under foliage, because living nowhere is easier than living somewhere.

Meanwhile, more than 100 sex offenders populate a remote cluster of duplexes, surrounded by sugar cane, two miles outside Pahokee. Known as Miracle Village, it is perhaps the most welcoming community for sex offenders in South Florida.

"Any laws about public safety should be grounded in evidence-based policies, not by hysteria and misinformation," said Gail Colletta, president of the Florida Action Committee, which lobbies for restrictions that are based on the risk posed by each offender.",0,1137196.story

It Is How They Operate

Thursday 21 March 2013 15.24 GMT

Probation officers face social media gag as outsourcing row rumbles on

"Justice secretary tells staff they risk disciplinary action if they publicly 'undermine' plan to outsource their work with offenders

Probation officers have been warned that failure to comply with the social media gag could result in suspension.

The justice secretary, Chris Grayling, has issued instructions that probation officers face the risk of disciplinary action if they publicly criticise on Twitter or other social media his plans to outsource 70% of their work with offenders.

The wide-ranging gag includes "any comments that are made in criticism or designed to undermine the justice secretary's policy or actions", and even warns that retweeting others' comments will be taken as "incitement or approval".

The ban was announced by Michael Spurr, the chief executive of the national offender management service, which runs prisons and probation, in a recent teleconference call with probation trust chief executives.

"He advised that the government are unhappy with CEOs and other senior managers being critical of government policy, regarding Transforming Rehabilitation on Twitter," said one probation trust senior manager.

"He told them to behave like civil servants as they are being paid by the government. So much for free speech and democracy. It seems government policy cannot be questioned in public arenas. I am furious that staff and managers are effectively being gagged in asking questions and objecting to the direction of travel.""

Wriggling Jim ... Wriggling Like A Wriggling Thing

Sunday, 24 March 2013

McCanns CHAMPION. Will the REAL Jim Gamble Please stand up?

"It appears I have offended Jim Gamble, former Northern Ireland Police Chief and former Chief Executive of Child Exploitation and Online Protection Centre.

"For those who may have forgotten, Mr. Gamble formed a close alliance with the McCanns, after their daughter Madeleine went missing, making them ‘Poster People’ for his CEOP Website, as well as involving them in other Campaigns.

"I asked Mr. Gamble, via his twitter account, whether it was still his insistence that Madeleine McCann was abducted?"

Addendum (26/3/13;14:32)

Poor old Jim, he is feeling harassed, on an open Twitter feed (cease and desist, it MUST stop!!!) ... (comments, therein)

Addendum (1/4/13;16:36)


Posted on Tuesday 12 February 2013

Safe and secure


It is not unusual for ex-senior police officers to start their own consultancies after retiring, using their experience to advise clients on aspects risk management and security.

But the three directors of Belfast-based consultancy Ineqe Group – the name a combination of innovative and unique – aspire to make their business different from those run of the mill advisors.

Jim Gamble, Bill Woodside and Gary White formed the company 18 months ago and have seen it go from strength to strength – which perhaps should not be a surprise given their unrivalled experience in key areas of policing, hi-tech crime and security [i.e. as spooks]."

Sunday, 24 March 2013

Reinforces Social Group Divisions And Perpetuates Essentialist Stereotypes

13 March, 2013

SpotOn NYC: Communication and the brain – Don’t Worry, It’s Science: There’s A Brain Scan

"When writing about anything pertaining to psychology or human nature, people love nothing more than a brain image lit up like a Christmas tree. These omnipresent images have been mockingly termed “brain porn”, defined by journalist Alissa Quart as a “willingness to accept seemingly neuroscientific explanations for nearly everything.”

According to a team of British scientists led by Cliodhna O’Connor, many popular science articles will include “logically irrelevant neuroscience information” intended to “imbue an argument with authoritative, scientific credibility” (McCabe & Castel, 2008; O’Connor et al., 2012). You might see scientists or science writers displaying neuroimaging data as proof that their claims are objective or real."

The Brain Scan Image and the Dangers of Brain Porn

25 March 2013

Brain scans predict which criminals are more likely to reoffend

"Neuroimaging 'biomarker' linked to rearrest after incarceration

Activity in a particular region of the cortex could tell whether a convict is likely to get in trouble again.

In a twist that evokes the dystopian science fiction of writer Philip K. Dick, neuroscientists have found a way to predict whether convicted felons are likely to commit crimes again from looking at their brain scans. Convicts showing low activity in a brain region associated with decision-making and action are more likely to be arrested again, and sooner."

03.26.13 3:40 PM

Brain Scans Predict Which Criminals Are Most Likely to Reoffend

"Brain scans of convicted felons can predict which ones are most likely to get arrested after they get out of prison, scientists have found in a study of 96 male offenders.

“It’s the first time brain scans have been used to predict recidivism,” said neuroscientist Kent Kiehl of the Mind Research Network in Albuquerque, New Mexico, who led the new study. Even so, Kiehl and others caution that the method is nowhere near ready to be used in real-life decisions about sentencing or parole."

The Right To Have Access To Ideas And Information Regardless Of Their Social Or Moral Worth Is A Fundamental One

Monday 18 March 2013

So, should porn be censored?

"Those who insist that porn should be censored or regulated claim that it sexualises children and promotes immoral behaviour. Others are happy to live with ‘healthy’ adult porn but want to ban porn which degrades women or celebrates sexual violence. Some are comfortable with all sorts of obscenity but feel that child porn must be criminalised.

As someone who takes freedom of speech and of expression seriously, I reject any form of censorship – including of obscene material. The right to have access to ideas and information regardless of their social or moral worth is a fundamental one. Those who, like me, believe the world would be a better place if we didn’t have the industrialisation of porn should counter this phenomenon by challenging the culture that underpins it, not through censorship."

Better Get Working It, Then, Girls

Sunday 17 Mar 2013 11:35 am

Girls ‘being pressured to look like porn stars’ by boys growing up on pornography

"Pressure: Girls feel like they have to resemble porn stars [yuk]

Girls are under increasing pressure to look like porn stars due to the negative impact pornography has had on boys’ idea of what the opposite sex should look like, it has been claimed.

Young women are trying to live up to unattainable ideals of boys who want their girlfriends to look like XXX stars, Helen Porter, a member of the Association of Teachers and Lecturers (ATL), argued.

‘The desirable body image has become more extreme, they are all trying to have a narrow waist, long, slim legs and big boobs. That’s the desirable thing,’ she said."

Girls 'feel under pressure to look like porn stars': Teacher urges MPs to tackle online filth [what?]

">Teacher at girls school said desirable body image has become 'extreme'
>Young girls are rated on looks and given scores out of ten by peers, she said
>Policies needed on sexual activity between pupils and sex acts in school"

Schoolgirls want porn star looks, teachers told

Pornography in schools: Warn pupils of the dangers [sic], says teacher

Train us to deliver lessons on dangers [sic] of pornography, demand teachers

Young children becoming 'desensitised to pornography' [i.e. learning how to be more effective sexual beings]

Pupils 'should be taught about risks [sic] of pornography'

Amazon Still Featuring Porn as "Teen Books for Girls"

Girls as young as 12 having bikini waxes and vajazzling in pressure to look like porn stars

Girls of 13 pressured [sic] to pose for home-made blue movies: Teachers warn pornography is becoming part of everyday life [!]

‘Teenagers know porn isn’t real – but they still need decent sex education’ 

Porn and pressure: the teen sex scene


ATL Conference 2013 

" 25 The effect of pornography on pupils - carried


THAT Conference is very concerned about the effect that readily available pornography is having on children and asks the Executive Committee to:

(i) conduct a survey of members to investigate the problem

(ii) produce guidance for members on how best to deal with sexting and other consequences of pupils' exposure to pornography, and how to proceed when discovering sexual activity taking place on education premises

(iii) consider working with other unions or professional associations to provide training for members on how to deliver age appropriate SRE lessons on the dangers of pornography.

Proposer: Helen Porter, St Gabriel's School, Newbury Seconder: Seconder: James Schlackman, Crosfields School, Reading"

St Gabriel's Indepedent Day School For Girls

"Helen Porter, a science teacher at St Gabriel's School, Newbury, Berks"


TODAY10:53a.m. EDT April 1, 2013

Study: Sexual activity is rare among young adolescents

"Contrary to popular belief [?], sexual activity among very young adolescents is not more prevalent today than in the past, says a report in Pediatrics magazine.

The study also finds that sex among the same group is frequently involuntary.

In spite of public perception, sexual activity is exceedingly rare among the youngest adolescents, ages 10 to 12, a new report shows. Among older teens, however, sexual activity remains common."

How Many More?

March 14, 2013 8:31 PM

South Bay School Teacher Accused Of Child Porn Hospitalized After Overdose

"SAN JOSE (CBS SF) – An elementary school teacher arrested on child pornography charges Wednesday was taken to a hospital after apparently attempting suicide in his San Jose home Thursday afternoon, police said."

San Jose Teacher Arrested on Child Pornography Allegations Attempts Suicide


Saturday March 16, 2013 5:21 AM

Suicide suspected in child-porn case

"A Gahanna man who was due in federal court yesterday on a child-pornography charge was found dead in the morning of an apparently self-inflicted gunshot wound.

JAM, 71, was scheduled for a 10:15 a.m. arraignment that could have resulted in a guilty plea or bond revocation, said Joseph Landusky, his attorney. M could have faced a maximum sentence of 10 years in prison if convicted of possessing pornography."

Child-porn defendant apparently commits suicide before court hearing


Posted March 20, 2013, at 5:58 p.m., Last modified March 21, 2013, at 9:52 a.m.

Affidavit: Convicted sex offender in Molunkus was forced to take fatal overdose

"A man who committed suicide on Interstate 95 on March 11 told police during the standoff leading up to his death that he killed LL of Molunkus Township because the convicted sex offender was molesting children, court documents show.

Bruce Heal, aka Bruce King, told Penobscot County Sheriff’s Deputy Patty McLaughlin shortly before he shot himself with a .30-30 rifle that he forced L to swallow two bottles of nitroglycerin and one bottle of “psych meds,” according to a search warrant affidavit released Wednesday at Lincoln District Court."

Maine State Police say sex offender’s death in Molunkus related to I-95 suicide



Dad denies using daughter in child-porn extortion plot after professor's suicide

"FBI agents say a blackmail scheme concocted by another man who used photos of an underage girl in a catfish scam may have caused a Texas A&M professor to commit suicide.

A Louisiana man denied on Tuesday that he used his daughter to lure a college professor into a sexually explicit online relationship and then blackmailed him.

The professor, JAA, of Texas A&M University, jumped to his death from the roof of a campus parking garage in January after paying part of an alleged demand for $5,000, sending a text to the man saying "Killing myself now. And u will be prosecuted for black mail."

Authorities allege that A, 59, was one of many victims of the same scam by the man. The Associated Press isn't naming him to protect the identity of his daughter." 

Pedophile [sic] Professor’s Suicide Leads to the Arrest of Another Alleged Pedophile [sic]
Sex Assault Suspect Kills Himself After Chase

Not Open Justice

Sunday,March 24 2013

Dutch judiciary accidentally 'spread child porn' [sic]

"The Dutch judiciary was on Friday itself facing possible criminal prosecution after it emerged that it had for years inadvertently left the filenames of child pornography on its website.

The scandal erupted after state broadcaster NOS on Thursday reported that some court judgements had not been properly redacted before being published on the website, leaving distinctive filenames visible.

The actual photo and film files could then easily be found [sic] on the Internet using a search engine.

NOS informed the judiciary before the report was broadcast and they "decided to review all published judgements", or around 250,000, Council for the Judiciary spokesman Michiel Boer told AFP.

The overarching Council for the Judiciary is part of the judiciary and its responsibilities include the website.

"We found in total around 80 judgements containing filenames, notably with the extensions .jpg, .mpg or .avi," Boer said, adding that all judgements had now been properly redacted.

Redacting "is a job carried out by people, so these are human errors," Boer said.

The Netherlands judiciary publishes its judgements online since 1999 and the redaction of file names related to child pornography was made mandatory in 2008."

Result !!! - Don't Try This At Home

18 Mar 2013 00:00

Hundreds of paedophiles [sic] who view child porn online avoid criminal charges every year

"Some are getting just [wooooshhhhh] a caution for possessing, downloading or distributing the sick [sic] images, Mirror probe has found

Hundreds of paedophiles [sic] who view child porn online avoid criminal charges every year, a Mirror investigation has found.

Even more are having cases against them dropped as officers decide to take no further action – NFA.

Of 1,348 child-porn arrests in the past year across 25 of the UK’s 43 police forces, 895 suspects were charged – equivalent to 66%, or two-thirds.

Another 195 – or 14.5% – were cautioned and 258 cases, or 19%, were NFA. More suspects were cautioned or faced no further action than were charged in three forces – Avon and Somerset, West Midlands and Durham – figures for 2011/12 show."


Wednesday, March 20, 2013

Child porn up ‘exponentially’ online

"The amount of child abuse imagery on the internet has increased “exponentially” and is expected to grow even more, the EU police agency has warned.

"Europol predicted “higher levels of demand” for new child abuse material, fuelled by continued advances in technology. This includes the “proliferation” of live video streaming which does not necessitate the actual downloading of material, and the expansion of cloud computing.

The EU Serious and Organised Crime Threat Assessment, published by Europol, said this is only one area of criminal activity that is set to worsen.

The agency said cyber crime will further develop as a “serious threat to society” and economic crimes, such as counterfeiting of legal products, and frauds will emerge as significant threats, aided by the ongoing financial crisis."

Published April 07, 2013

Official: Timely child porn prosecution a key

"In 2006, U.S. attorneys handled 82.8 percent more child pornography cases than they did in 1994.

Olson says the reason for the increase is likely due to the prevalence of child pornography and easy access to it on the Internet."

Pedagogical Porn Police

13/03/21 12:31 AM ET

Teachers in England told to search students’ cell phones for pornography in bid to clampdown on ‘sexting’

"Guidance issued to schools in England this week urges teachers to use tough new powers to seize devices suspected of being used to share explicit photos or videos.

Teachers are being told to confiscate pupils’ cell phones and search devices for pornography as part of a new clampdown on “sexting.”

Guidance issued to schools in England this week urges teachers to use tough new powers to seize devices suspected of being used to share explicit photos or videos.

Teenage girls in particular face pressure from classmates to provide sexually explicit pictures of themselves.

Schools should consider informing the police over any extreme material found on pupils’ phones and ensure that images are taken off social networking websites. The document also tells schools to offer counselling to pupils featured in images and contact parents “so that they can keep a watchful eye over their child”."

Matt Gurney: Turning teachers into child-porn snoops won’t work

N.J. High School Students Could Be Charged With Possessing Child Pornography

Sexting Ridgewood students need good scare - but not child porn charges: Editorial

Teen arrested for distributing sex photos of other kids

18-year-olds are too young to participate in the porn industry

Teens shouldn't be allowed to make porn

Teens get tips on threesomes from HSE-funded site

Teen STIs plague: 15,000 under-age teenagers caught sexually transmitted infections in last three years

The sex lesson we refuse to learn

"On Emotion, Juvenile Sex Offenders, and Mandatory Registration"

Be Secure

March 18, 2013

Security Settings in File-Sharing Software May Lead to Unintended Sharing of Child Pornography 

"Peer-to-peer or P2P file-sharing software can get you into a lot of trouble - including criminal trouble - if you are not careful about your privacy settings.

Peer-to-peer or P2P file-sharing software allows computer users to remotely share files, including images and videos, with other users across the world with the same software installed. It may seem harmless, but it can get you into a lot of trouble - including criminal trouble - if you are not careful about your privacy settings.

Whether you were using Limewire, Shareaza, BitTorrent, Kazaa or another file-sharing program, making sure that your security settings are properly set may save you from dealing with the North Carolina or federal authorities. Without properly setting up your P2P software to keep private files private, you may unintentionally end up sharing content that was meant for no one but yourself. If that content contains illegal child pornography, you can quickly find yourself facing serious distribution of child pornography charges rather than simply possession charges."

Opt-in Internet porn filter across 4 major UK ISPs humming along nicely