8:30am Tuesday 29th May 2012
MP to visit Death Row
"A district MP in favour of the death penalty will today fly out to Death Row to see if it changes his mind about the punishment. Shipley MP Philip Davies, who wants murderers to face the death penalty or be locked up for a whole-life jail sentence, will accompany the BBC to Florida as it makes a documentary on capital punishment.
Mr Davies said: “I want to go, not just to see Death Row and speak to people on both sides of the argument, but also to look at the American prison system. I believe we have a great deal to learn from them [sic].”
Mr Davies also highlighted the case of Stephen Ayre, a convicted murderer and predatory paedophile [sic] who raped a ten-year-old boy in Saltaire while out of prison on licence."
Fury as Shipley child rapist wins appeal against life sentence
Bring back death penalty, says Shipley MP Philip Davies
"What I find intolerable is people like the Yorkshire Ripper, who is swanning around Broadmoor having taken the lives of so many people and ruined the lives of his victims’ families.”
Judges weaken rules on paedophiles [sic]
"Philip Davies MP said: "This is very worrying. What concerns me is that the criminal justice system always seems to put the rights of the criminal ahead of the rights of the law-abiding public and the victim [why is that, Mr Davies?].
"It risks creating a terrible victim of crime, which could be completely avoidable. That to me is unforgivable. [how, Mr Davies?]"
‘Paedos’ [sic] charter’ lets them see kids
Sex monsters [sic] spared prison: Serial paedos [sic] let off with soft sentences, reveals Tory MP
Mr Peter Davies MP, On Race and Equality ...
"On 7 October 2006, after an act of vandalism initially alleged to have been perpetrated by Muslims, The Sun quoted Davies as saying "if there’s anybody who should f*** off it’s the Muslims who do this sort of thing." It was later exposed by The Independent, among others, that the incident never involved Muslims and The Sun was forced to issue an apology four months later. Davies, however, has not apologised for his comments."
... you may be falsely-convicted of a capital crime, although, some may argue, that some would deserve that much more than others.