PUBLISHED: 00:29, 18 June 2013 | UPDATED: 00:29, 18 June 2013
Two in three child porn perverts [offensive and inflammatory] spared jail: Outrage as 1,000 paedophiles [sic] caught with obscene material [sic] are given community or suspended sentences [we know, we are outraged, there should be no sentence at all !!!]
"Campaigners [professional victims] want tougher sentences to reflect damage to children [sic]
Growing concerns [sic] over the spread [sic] and impact [sic] of sickening [sic] material
Has been linked [sic] to two high-profile child murders in recent weeks. [only by idiots and profiteers]
Two thirds of perverts [offensive and inflammatory] caught downloading sickening child pornography escape a jail sentence, figures revealed last night. In a new soft-justice [sic] outrage, 1,000 paedophiles [sic] caught in possession of obscene [sic] abuse videos and pictures were handed community sentences or suspended jail terms last year.
The revelation was greeted with fury [sic] by child abuse campaigners, who are demanding [sic] tougher sentences to reflect the damage [sic] done to the children pictured in the horrific [sic] images.
Fury [sic]: In a new soft-justice outrage, 1,000 paedophiles [sic] caught in possession of obscene [sic] abuse videos and pictures were handed community sentences or suspended jail terms last year.
Peter Saunders, chief executive of the National Association for People Abused in Childhood, said: ‘I think the sentence should be proportionate to the severity of the impact of the crime [we do too, no impact, no crime].
'I can’t think of any crimes worse than those that involve the abuse of the children [really? then you should think harder - but, these are images, Peter]. Therefore to not put those people away is to put our children in danger [sic], because it sends the message [sic] that it is not a crime we take seriously [sic]. Every judge who passes those sentences is endangering our children [sic].’ "