November 1, 2012 5:00 PM
Insight into the mind of a paedophile [sic]
"The justice system is often criticised for giving lenient sentences to paedophiles [sic].
But how the court deals with child abusers depends on two things: the seriousness of the offence and a paedophile’s [sic] capacity and willingness to change.
There are often borderline cases where sex offenders can either be dealt with by a prison sentence or treated in the community.
One such case emerged last week when a long-serving Hampstead teacher was convicted of sexual activity with a child.
He had been facing up to two years’ jail, but in what Judge Donne QC called an “exceptional case”, the teacher was handed a three-year community order.
Judge Donne ruled the paedophile [sic] teacher would receive the most effective treatment and would be less likely to reoffend if kept within the community."
"He [Stanley Ruszczynski] said: “The paedophile [sic] arouses or causes [sic] fear, pain, confusion and
disturbance in the victim in an unconscious [Stanley is a Psychotherapist] attempt to rid himself [sic] of
these unbearable emotional states [oh dear, is this 2012?].
“Sexual offences are always violent offences, it’s nothing to do with sex. Their capacity for thought is flawed.”" [WHAT???!!!]