Child sex attackers among criminals not jailed

Child sex attackers among criminals not jailed

About 50% of criminals convicted of sex offences, violence and burglaries in England and Wales in 2012 were not sent to prison, it has emerged.

Of paedophiles who abused children under the age of 13, 107 – nearly half – were not jailed.

The figures were released following a parliamentary question from shadow justice secretary Sadiq Khan, who said the news was an insult to victims.

The government said it was working to give courts tough sentencing powers.

The Ministry of Justice (MoJ) figures also showed 40% of convicted robbers – about 5,000 people – and 51% of drug dealers were not jailed in 2012.

How does it compare with other crimes?

  • Across all crimes, the rate of people immediately sent to jail (ie not including those given a suspended sentences) was 7.8% in 12 months to June 2013 – up from 7.2% three years earlier
  • The average length of prison sentence for all crimes has been rising since 1999
  • The number of people in jail for sexual offences increased by 57% between 2005 and 2011

In cases of sexual assault, 49% – more than 2,300 offenders – were not given custodial sentences.

Among those convicted of rape, 94% were sent to prison, the vast majority for more than four years.

‘More victims’

Mr Khan said government cuts were undermining the justice system.

“When you speak to judges and those who work in the criminal justice system they tell us… that there are fewer police officers, the CPS are stretched, the probation service is stretched. Judges know that our prisons our bursting.

“And what this is leading to is victims saying, ‘what is the point of reporting a crime, what is the point for witnesses to come and give evidence, if it means people who are found guilty are not receiving the appropriate sentence’.”

BBC Home affairs correspondent Danny Shaw said the overall proportion of offenders who were jailed – and the length of their sentences – had risen since Labour’s last year in power.

MoJ figures show that for the 12 months ending in June 2010, the immediate custody rate was 7.2%, while for the 12 months ending in June 2013 it was 7.8% – although this was down from 8.2% in 2012.

The figures also show that the custody rate for violence, sex offences, burglary and robbery all increased between 2012 and 2013.

Our correspondent added that many offenders who are not jailed are those who have committed offences at the less serious end of the scale, as well as first-time offenders, children and teenagers.

‘Toughen up’

An MoJ study on sexual offending published in January 2013 found that the prison population for sexual offences had increased by 57% between June 2005 and June 2011 – a faster rate of increase than the general rise in the jail population.

However, the BBC reported in November that the proportion of sex offenders who were given a caution had risen to its highest level for four years – with one in five offenders in England and Wales cautioned in the 12 months to the end of June.

The increase is in contrast to overall figures which show that the number and proportion of offenders cautioned for all criminal offences has fallen to its lowest level for at least a decade.

The figures show that 1,400 people were cautioned for sex offences. Of these, 400 were boys aged between 10 and 17 – for whom custody is deemed an inappropriate sentence.

Justice Secretary Chris Grayling said the government had taken measures to “toughen up” sentencing regulations for the most serious offences.

He said: “One of the things that really frustrated me a few months ago was the level of people who commit these kind of offences who were getting off with a caution. We’ve stopped that now – they have to end up in court – and we will continue to take measures to toughen up.

“Of course you have to remember that under these categories there are a very, very broad range of offences, from the most trivial to the most brutal – they all get lumped together in the statistics. And the court will always decide on the circumstances in front of it.

“But don’t get me wrong – I think people who commit serious offences should end up in jail.”

From Another Everyman

“If” you are in doubt as to the claimed “ownership” of all Lands across the world, by title and domination (by Vatican, and the Nations that follow them and their Gregorian calendar), just look up “doctrine of discovery” and lay you doubts to rest… to everyone else who already knows about this… We are the new revolution/renaissance ~ May all beings be liberated from suffering… so the World can at last be at peace… Bye bye hierarchical domination, your time is up!”

From another Everyman 

 

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Christian Child Killer Daryell Dickson Meneses Xavier Raped By 20 Christian Prisoners

Christian Child Killer Raped, Tortured In Prison: Justice?

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A christian child killer was raped and tortured in prison after reportedly beating, raping, and killing his one-year, eight-month-old stepson.

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Multiple reports are starting to make the rounds on child killer Daryell Dickson Meneses Xavier, a Gracie Barra competitor and jiujitsu instructor, who turned himself in to Brazilian authorities after having killed his stepson and obtained a lawyer.

Globo had the original report, translated here by Google Translate:

The child was hospitalized on September 27 in Anchieta Hospital, Wansbeck, and died two days later. Doctors had been informed that the victim had been dropped. Servers from the facility, however, triggered after police find that the injuries were not consistent with a fall.

“The action was blunt trauma to the force applied was very large. Only a person with great poise and knowledge of techniques, as the stepfather, who was jiu-jitsu, to know, “said the delegate from the 38th Precinct Tania Soares. “The child also had a fissure in the anus, it is unclear whether from sexual abuse, since constipation also gives fissure.”

After turning himself in, Xavier entered the prison population where he was targeted by as many as 20 inmates. O Presente had the rest:

Daryell was raped by about 20 prisoners. He had injuries all over the body, the most serious ones in the anal region. Dissatisfied, and still furious about the crime committed by the professor, the prisoners tore apart the stitches that he received and raped him again. The blood stains on the rear of the short of the young man are proof of how much he suffered.

Now, editorially, we think the full image of what happened to Xavier is graphic, unpleasant, and not something you want to see jump out at you without a little warning.

So if you’d like to have a look for yourself, Secrets Of The Fed has the image here.

While it may be uncomfortable for some to celebrate a child killer raped by his fellow inmates, a public perception that prisoners are too coddled by society fuels the animosity.

Take, for instance, the recent release and fresh start given to child murderer Jon Venables, who reportedly abducted two-year-old James Bulger from a mall in Liverpool circa 1993, and later beat the toddler to death with an accomplice, schoolmate Robert Thompson.

Venables was released in 2001 and arrested again after it was discovered that he downloaded hundreds of images of child pornography. Today, he is free with a new identity.

In the case of the child killer raped by inmates, do you think what happened to him was justice? Share your thoughts!

Zionist Colonial Entity Seeks Control of Al-Aqsa Mosque

Zionist Colonial Entity Seeks Control of Al-Aqsa Mosque

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A Zionist settlement group seeks to assume control over a part of the Al-Aqsa Mosque compound following an agreement with the occupation authorities, the Al-Aqsa Foundation for Endowment and Heritage warned on Wednesday.

“The Elad settlement institution is trying to control several acres of Islamic Waqf (endowment),” the foundation, which is devoted to safeguarding the iconic mosque from Zionist depredations, said in a statement.

“Israel is trying to Judaize Al-Quds through control of more than 20 acres, stretching from the sanctuary of Al-Aqsa Mosque until the Magharbah Gate,” the foundation said.

According to Zionist newspaper Haaretz, Elad is on the verge of assuming the management of the so-called Jerusalem Archeological Gardens, which includes the southern part of the Western Wall.

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The site was established on the ruins of the Al-Magharbeh quarter, which was destroyed during the 1967 war, southwest of the Al-Aqsa Mosque compound.

“Israel is trying to take control…

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How To Have Christianity Safekeeping

Safekeeping: Police Find Loaded Gun In This Woman’s Vagina (PICTURED)

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A totally gross place to hide a pistol.
A woman who was arrested for driving with a suspended license was slapped with weapons charges too after a loaded gun un her vagina was found by the police.
19-year-old Dallas Archer was arrested on Monday and brought to jail when the police found the tiny gun concealed in her private parts during a search routine by one of the female cops.
During the search, an ”unknown object” was noticed in the suspects groin.
She was taken to by the female cop and her colleague into the bathroom where the  the 4-inch North American Arms 22LR revolver was discovered.
Police said the $250 gun originally belonged to John Souther, a retired car salesman from Kingsport.
NY Daily news reports:

Souther said it was stolen from his 1994 Mustang last year while the car was parked in front of his home.
“Oh gosh,” Souther, 70, told The Smoking Gun after learning where his gun was found.
The “little fellow,” he said, would need a “bath in bleach.”
Archer was charged with gun possession and introducing contraband into a jail and released after posting $6,000 bond.

This Christian Woman Shot Her 6-Month Pregnant Friend In The Stomach

This Christian Woman Shot Her 6-Month Pregnant Friend In The Stomach (PICTURED)

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A woman in Florida lost a pregnancy of 6 months after her friend shot her in her protruding belly.
35-year-old Virginia Wyche is said to have attacked Markeisha Brooks, 23, with the weapon in the Jacksonville area.
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Christopher Cash, a witness said:They were arguing out front, something about Facebook. I walked out and just heard a pop
Fortunately, the victim was taken to a hospital on time and her life was saved though she lost the baby. The suspect, who was described as kind and considerate by her neighbours, was arrested at the scene by the police and taken into custody

Angry Christian Mob Allegedly Sets Female Kidnapper Ablaze in Osogbo

Angry Christian Mob Allegedly Sets Female Kidnapper Ablaze in Osogbo

 

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In this day and age, it is shocking that people still engage in ‘jungle justice.’

Four kidnappers have reportedly been caught in Osogbo, Osun State within the last 24 hours. Two of the kidnappers are women, and one of them was allegedly caught with 3 abducted children.

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According to reports, a mob attacked the women yesterday, stripped them naked, and gave them a severe beating. One of them was reportedly set ablaze and burnt to death. The other woman narrowly escaped the same fate. Luckily for her, police men arrived at the scene and intervened in the situation.

An eyewitness tweeted about the incident:

OSOBO JUNGLE JUSTICE

The alleged photos of the incident are extremely gruesome. Due to their graphic nature, we have decided not to post them.

 

 

Since Rednecks Democracy Introduced in Libya

The new post-Moammar Gadhafi #Libya has plunged into chaos and lawlessness since the fall of the long-time autocratic ruler three years ago. Government authority has virtually disintegrated in almost all parts of the oil-rich country. Terrorism and militancy is on the rise. The country is divided and militants are taking control in various areas including oil producing and exporting facilities and ports. The resulting lawlessness has allowed terrorists to move weapons and fighters easily across borders. The economy of the once-rich Arab country is also in shambles. Its oil output has dwindled from 1.4 million barrels a day to just 330,000 barrels a day now, according to Mohamed Elharari, a spokesman at National Oil Company. Despite threats to use military force to retake the oil ports, the government in Tripoli does not have the power and the will to act against striking guards and mutinous military units that are linked to secessionist forces in the east of the country. Secessionist movements are gaining momentum and the East-West divide is growing between Cyrenaica and Tripolitania.

Why Libya has descended into chaos and lawlessness?
Why is the central government so weak?
What is the reason for the rise of powerful militants who were supported and armed by countries such as the US, Britain, France, Saudi Arabia and Qatar?
Who do you blame for the lawlessness?
What is the role of NATO’s military intervention for the chaos?
Who will benefit from a poor and anarchic Libya?

Photo: The new post-Moammar Gadhafi #Libya has plunged into chaos and lawlessness since the fall of the long-time autocratic ruler three years ago. Government authority has virtually disintegrated in almost all parts of the oil-rich country. Terrorism and militancy is on the rise. The country is divided and militants are taking control in various areas including oil producing and exporting facilities and ports. The resulting lawlessness has allowed terrorists to move weapons and fighters easily across borders. The economy of the once-rich Arab country is also in shambles. Its oil output has dwindled from 1.4 million barrels a day to just 330,000 barrels a day now, according to Mohamed Elharari, a spokesman at National Oil Company. Despite threats to use military force to retake the oil ports, the government in Tripoli does not have the power and the will to act against striking guards and mutinous military units that are linked to secessionist forces in the east of the country. Secessionist movements are gaining momentum and the East-West divide is growing between Cyrenaica and Tripolitania. 

Why Libya has descended into chaos and lawlessness? 
Why is the central government so weak? 
What is the reason for the rise of powerful militants who were supported and armed by countries such as the US, Britain, France, Saudi Arabia and Qatar? 
Who do you blame for the lawlessness? 
What is the role of NATO’s military intervention for the chaos? 
Who will benefit from a poor and anarchic Libya?

West Strategic Mistake

Antagonizing Iran: West strategic mistake

Senator Bob Menendez, one of the architects of US-led sanctions against Iran

Senator Bob Menendez, one of the architects of US-led sanctions against Iran

Even though it was a major exporter of crude oil and held some of the world’s largest natural gas reserves, Iran made a compelling case over half-a-century ago that it needed, almost immediately, to produce an additional 20,000 megawatts of electricity by constructing 23 nuclear power plants.

At the same time, Iran’s government made the case that the country needed to acquire the capacity to enrich uranium in order to fabricate the reactor fuel for such an ambitious program.

Western governments eagerly endorsed these arguments, praising Iran’s then Shah Mohammad Reza Pahlavi’s ambition to rapidly modernize Iran while overlooking the reality that he was presiding over a ruthless dictatorship and diverting much needed capital to purchase massive amounts of weapons from the US and other Western countries. And so, during the 1960s and 1970s, billions of dollars were invested in establishing an Iranian nuclear program and training thousands of Iranian nuclear experts in the West – until Iran’s 1979 Islamic Revolution replaced the monarchy with an Islamic Republic.

After charging enormous sums of money to build the infrastructure for a comprehensive nuclear industry in Iran, Western companies pulled out of the country, leaving large numbers of highly qualified experts and scholars wondering about their fate. Iran’s new political leaders recognized the importance of an advanced nuclear program to progress in fields such as medicine, agriculture, industry and energy; attempts were made to find foreign partners to complete the projects, but with little success. Progress in Iran’s nuclear development only resumed after Iranians learned to rely on themselves and their own scientists to move the program forward.

The US, which had enthusiastically supported Iran’s nuclear program under the Western-backed shah, had now become Tehran’s leading antagonist, relentlessly threatening countries to refrain from cooperating with Iran. Not only were friendly countries coerced into steering clear of Iran’s nuclear program, they were even warned not to invest in Iran’s oil and gas industry.

Senator Bob Menendez, one of the architects of US-led sanctions against Iran

The nuclear issue

The nuclear issue later became an excuse for the US, eventually joined by the EU, to impose “crippling sanctions” on Iran, in order to inflict severe pain on ordinary Iranians. Among other things, these sanctions led to a critical shortage of imported medicines in Iran. As a result, large numbers of children and cancer patients have died. This outcome calls to mind then US Ambassador to the United Nations Madeleine Albright’s response to a question about the more than half-a-million Iraqi children who had died because of US-instigated sanctions: “We think the price was worth it.”

By now, the US and its European allies have accrued abundant experience imposing suffering on ordinary Iranians. Before the revolution, they imposed and maintained a brutal monarchy in Iran. After the revolution, the US gave refuge to the shah and his henchmen (which led to the takeover of the US embassy in Tehran) and confiscated Iranian assets.

During the 1980s, Washington supported then Iraqi President Saddam Hussein’s ruthless aggression against Iran. Not only did it assist the Iraqi dictator in producing chemical weapons and provide him with satellite photos so that his army could use them with greater precision against Iranian civilians as well as combatants, it even blocked the UN Security Council from identifying, condemning, or taking action against the perpetrator of these incredible crimes against humanity.

Following Saddam’s massacre of 5,000 Iraqi Kurds in Halabja in 1988, the US government – though aware of the facts – nonetheless attempted to attribute this atrocity to Iran. Thousands of Iranians continue to suffer and die today because of such barbarism – yet, despite all this, the Islamic republic has always refused to use or even to produce chemical or biological weapons.

Over the years, the West’s acts of sustained violence against the Iranian people have steadily grown – downing a civilian airliner, destroying naval ships and oil installations, support for groups conducting terrorist strikes inside Iran, and carrying out cyber-attacks.

Despite these grievances, successive administrations in Iran have repeatedly indicated that, if the US moves to recognize and respect the Islamic republic as a sovereign and independent country, rapprochement would still be possible. Iranian officials have frequently stated that respecting Iran’s rights, including its right to peaceful nuclear energy within the framework of the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty, is a prerequisite for normalized relations and would significantly decrease regional tensions.

Many Iranians are convinced that their country’s offers for reconciliation have been rejected by Washington and its Western partners because of Iran’s opposition to apartheid in Palestine and the enormous influence of the Zionist lobby in the US. In turn, the Islamic republic’s determination to be a truly independent country motivates Western powers to seek to delegitimize it.

During former President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad’s administration, Western governments and media outlets relentlessly attempted to depict the former president as a major threat to regional and global peace (paradoxically, when it suited the Western narrative, he was also portrayed as powerless). Following the 2009 Iranian presidential election, Western “experts” and policymakers cited unrest in Tehran (encouraged by Western-affiliated media outlets) to justify their refusal to come to terms with Ahmadinejad’s victory and attempted to depict him and the Islamic republic as illegitimate.

With the election of President Hassan Rouhani, the anti-Iranian lobby and Western propaganda machine faced a different situation. The new president was elected under the same electoral process used during the previous election and with a very high turnout. Hence, it became clear that Iranians continue to trust the polling procedures and ignored claims of illegitimacy and fraud.

Demonizing the new president has also become more difficult because of the sharp contrast between Rouhani’s approach and rhetoric and that of Ahmadinejad’s. The new president has been careful not to make statements that could be willfully mistranslated by Western media – a regular feature of their coverage of the former president.

‘Heroic flexibility’

Rouhani also took a more conciliatory approach towards the West, in order to provide an opportunity for the US government to reconsider what Iranians believe to be is its historically emotional and irrational attitude towards the Islamic republic.

To this end, the new Iranian administration initiated an approach that Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei called “heroic flexibility”, to examine whether the Western members of the so called P5+1 (US, Russia, China, UK, France plus Germany) are serious about a mutually acceptable negotiated settlement. The initial result of this approach was the Joint Plan of Action concluded with regard to the nuclear issue in November 2013.

Despite the existence of an already intrusive IAEA inspection regime that has never revealed anything more than a peaceful civilian nuclear program, the Iranian government agreed to even further transparency going far beyond its international obligations. These and other goodwill gestures came at a price, as some Iranians began to raise questions about the degree of flexibility being shown.

Nevertheless, US President Barack Obama and other senior US officials continue to threaten Iran with military strikes and to refrain from explicitly acknowledging Iran’s full nuclear rights. This has increased suspicions among Iranians that the US still clings to a destructive, zero-sum worldview and that it believes it can somehow force Rouhani to sign away Iran’s sovereign rights. This is a potentially dangerous misunderstanding of the Iranian president’s position and could lead to disastrous Western miscalculations.

Regardless of their moral implications, Western policies in countries like Iraq, Afghanistan, Libya, Egypt, Bahrain, and Syria in recent years have already had devastating consequences for the US’ global strategic position. In this regard, the cases of Iran and Ukraine are particularly interesting examples of how the continuation of such policies by the US and its partners can inflict even more damage on their standing and influence around the world.

To force Iranian capitulation, Western countries have, among other things, excluded Iran, with the world’s second-largest proven reserves of natural gas, from the EU market, thus consolidating a Russian near-monopoly. And now that they wish to impose a Kiev-based coup regime on southern and eastern Ukraine, they have almost no cards to play. Ironically, crippling sanctions have started to cripple the tormentor.

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