3:16pm Tuesday 2nd October 2012 in News
Anger that convicted sex attacker was allowed to live near Oldbury schools
"NEARLY a year after a quiet Oldbury neighbourhood erupted in fury at claims that convicted sex offenders were living on their doorstep, feelings of anger are still running high.
Mums and dads took to the streets and forced the closure of the Adullam Homes Housing Association block where pervert [offensive and inflammatory] MJ carried out his horrendous crime against a 10-year-old boy last November.
Lowrey Court tenants, described as “vulnerable,” were hurriedly re-housed amid fear of attacks by people who thought the block was used as a halfway house for offenders, although this was denied by police.
But ground floor tenant J did have a history of sexual assaults, having been convicted of molesting a woman in 1981 and in 1983 of luring a 13-year-old girl into his tower block apartment before grabbing her at knifepoint and tying her up with her roller boot laces.
The protests gave rise to the Sandwell United Parents, which campaigns to protect children from paedophiles [sic] and boasts more than 2,700 online members."
Oldbury pervert [offensive and inflammatory] had a history of sex attacks
Oldbury child abductor to be sentenced this month