Sunday, 30 March 2014

Curing The Incurable - Or, Not Even Trying, If You Are A Bigot

 What a Bourke
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Dr Mike Bourke 

Practice Profile: Champion of the innocent

Expert Interview with Dr Mike Bourke


Dr Bourke Wriggling Like A Worm

On Hernandez ...

The Butner Study Redux: A Report of the Incidence of Hands-on Child Victimization by Child Pornography Offenders

Then again ... 

THE BUTNER STUDY: A Report on the Fraudulent Execution of the Adam Walsh Act by the Federal Bureau of Prisons (BOP)

Is There a Link Between Child Pornography and Child Molestation?

Have You Learned Nothing?



SMART: Chapter 4: Internet-Facilitated Sexual Offending


"(3) The Butner Redux study by Bourke and Hernandez (2009), which is often cited in court proceedings pertaining to online offenders, was a statistical outlier in the Seto, Hanson, and Babchishin (2011) meta-analysis. This indicates that the study found an unusually high prevalence of contact offending history: 24 percent of the sample of 155 child pornography offenders had a known history of contact offending prior to treatment; however, following treatment (and polygraph examination for approximately half of the sample), 85 percent admitted to contact offenses or had an official contact offense history."

Friday, 28 March 2014

On Persecution And Colleges


20 March 2014 Last updated at 11:35

Sex offender expelled from Dundee and Angus College

"A convicted sex attacker managed to enrol on a college course despite being banned from contact with teenagers.

CD was banned from unsupervised contact with anyone under the age of 17 after sexually assaulting a young woman while driving a taxi.

But he won a place at Dundee and Angus College alongside 16-year-old girls without disclosing his criminal past."

20 March 2014 8.00am.

Convicted sex offender thrown out of Dundee college

"A convicted sex offender has been expelled from a course at Dundee & Angus College which he secured without revealing his criminal record.

CD was able to mingle with 16-year-old female students despite being on the sex offenders register and banned from having unsupervised contact with teenagers under 17.

His presence at the Gardyne campus in Dundee, where he had enrolled on a computer course, came to the attention of his victim’s family. D was convicted of the offence in 2012."

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The Cognitive Distortions, Dissonance and Cherry-Picking Of The Assaulting And Murdering Zealots

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Thursday, 27 March 2014


Never was a truer word said ...
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Yes, We Do Have 'Child Porn', Here, Too 


Watching The Digital Digital Detectives ...

Jim Gamble criticises government over online abuse images

Monday, 24 March 2014

Ineqe - Bullshit and Profit ... It's That Time Again

 No Expense Spared

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Ineqe Safe & Secure @ineqegroup

Jim Gamble @JimGamble_INEQE



Emma Jackson 

Exploited by Emma Jackson

The End of My World: The Shocking True Story of a Young Girl Forced to Become a Sex Slave

Sunday 31 January 2010

'They like us naive': How teenage girls are groomed for a life of prostitution by UK gangs

December 2010

Gangs, Girls and Grooming: The Truth

Tuesday 8 January 2013

HOUSE OF COMMONS ORAL EVIDENCE TAKEN BEFORE THE Home Affairs Committee: Localised Child Grooming


Evidence heard in Private Questions 743 - 798

Emma Jackson: I am 23 now. I was groomed at the age of 12, and that started in Meadowhall, which is a local shopping centre. I used to go on the weekends with my friends.

Back then that was the place where children went on a weekend and they hung out.

They have the children’s arcade, and we used to go in there. I got targeted by young boys who were a couple of years older than me, so they were not grown men.

Q746 Chair: How old would they have been?

Emma Jackson: They would have been 13, 14, and I would have been 12."

Posted on May 14, 2011 



Child 'Protection' Industry Circle Jerk In Full Swing - But, What's This All About, Mark Williams-Thomas?

Back to today .. 

Mark Williams-Thomas @mwilliamsthomas
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Catriona Laing @CatrionaL123
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Friday, 21 March 2014

Time For More Serious Treatment?

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The Phoenix Post @ThePhoenixPost 

Shy Keenan @ShyKeenan


For everyone's sake, help this woman.

Never let it be said, we did not provide a warning.

Tuesday, 18 March 2014

It Is Time It Did

March 18, 2014

The Fear Doesn’t Stop

"When one thinks of prison they think of a violent place where criminals are locked away. The truth about most prisons is that they are relatively the same as the real world. You have individuals who are prone to violence; you have individuals who are very meek. You have individuals who have substance abuse problems; you have individuals who strive to be healthy. You have individuals who are extremely intelligent; you have individuals that couldn’t find their way out of a wet paper bag.

Prison populations are as heterogeneous as the general public. The major difference is that everyone in prison is there because of a crime. Not all are guilty; unfortunately our system of justice is not without its flaws, and some innocent people do go to prison. But, the general population of a prison is made up of persons guilty of committing a crime. Most prisoners are not separated based on the crime they have committed and you have murders, burglars, rapists, child molesters, car thieves, and drug dealers living together in often overcrowded, and very close quarters.

As a sex offender in prison there is the constant fear that you will be ostracized, harassed, beaten, or even killed while in prison. You live every day looking over your shoulder; appraising those around you for their dangerousness to your personal safety. Some offenders will go weeks without showering, out of fear they will be attacked while they are at their most vulnerable. Some choose to live a life of constant isolation in a protective custody unit so they feel protected.

Most sexual offenders will not take the protective custody route. They tend to keep to themselves, but eventually find others who do not judge them so harshly and they make friends. They learn to live with the fear that is always in the back of their mind. Like all other offender types they make a choice to learn from the prison experience or to become bitterer at a system they consider to be unfair. Some seek treatment or education so that upon release they are a better person than the one who stepped into prison; while others try to fight the system any way they can, even at the expense of improving their own lives.

Release from prison comes, as it will for the majority of individuals who go there. Supervision brings on a new set of fears. Will they get revoked for something silly? Can they get a job with their criminal background? Will their families forgive them for screwing up their lives? For registered offenders, there is the additional fear that someone may take it upon themselves to seek revenge for their crime even when that person was not involved. Along with those fears is the fear that they will continue to be judged a bad person even after they have paid their debt and proven they can be a contributing, law abiding citizen.

Even after release from their sentence the fear continues to haunt them. News stories about vigilantes killing registered offenders concern them because they could be next. Evil comments from an uneducated population about how all sex offenders should be put to death regardless of the seriousness of their crime. Legislatures passing laws that continually intrudes on their ability to be a contributing member of society. Fear their children, wives, and other family members will share in their fate of being ostracized, harassed, denied assistance, possibly killed, and pushed farther to the fringes of society. Fear they will forget to go register and be sent back to prison where the whole cycle will start anew.

Once a person as served their time, as proscribed by the word of law, they should be afforded the same right as any other criminal to slowly fade back into anonymity. They should be afforded the same rights to be able to obtain gainful employment; they should be afforded the same right to live a private life that every other citizen is able to live if they so choose. They should not be forced to live in constant fear."


Tuesday, March 18, 2014 


"I am a wife of an ex-sex offender. I married my husband when he was on parole."

Sunday, 16 March 2014

Circular Begging

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#EvesLaw #SAFE @EvesLaw


Sock account, begging to have primary accounts reinstated. 

How amateur. 


EveThomas @OneVoiceEve

David Jones @DAVIDJONES_dpaj


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Saturday, 15 March 2014

"The Annual Market In Child Pornography On The Internet Is Almost 20 Billion" - Really?

MARCH 12, 2014

In-Depth Report Details Economics of Sex Trade [sic]

"... the market for child pornography in the United States is small because it is generally traded for free." 


The Myth of Commercial CP - Part 1


24 March 2014 Last updated at 00:43

Cloud-based archive tool to help catch child abusers

"In well over 90% of our cases there's no money changing hands," he said. "It's the material itself that is highly desirable for offenders. Money does not come into play."

Sunday, 9 March 2014

Oh Kieren/Stinson ... Fan, Shit, Hit ...

Vigilante: Keiren Parsons posed as a 14-year-old girl and posted
a video of his confrontation online


PUBLISHED: 22:02, 8 March 2014 | UPDATED: 22:11, 8 March 2014

Police under fire for links with 'paedophile hunter' after teenage honeytrap drives man to kill himself

">Michael Parkes, 46, was arrested after confrontation by Keiren Parsons,
>The self-styled web vigilante, aka 'Stinson Hunter', posed as 14-year-old girl,
>Police insist they have told him to stop and threatened him with legal action,
>He claims Warwickshire Constabulary have encouraged and coached him,

A man killed himself just days after he was confronted by a controversial ‘paedophile hunter’ and accused of grooming a 14-year-old girl over the internet.

MPs last night called for an inquiry after self-styled web vigilante Keiren Parsons – who poses as teenage girls online to entrap men – boasted of close links to police.

Father-of-one Michael Parkes, from Daventry, Northamptonshire, was found hanged three days after being exposed by Parsons, aka ‘Stinson Hunter’, and his group.

The warehouse manager, 46, had been arrested on suspicion of attempted grooming and released on bail after a video of the confrontation was posted on Facebook.

Although police insist Parsons has been repeatedly asked to stop his undercover activity, he claims he has been ‘encouraged and coached’ by officers from Warwickshire Constabulary.

The force admits he has spoken to its officers more than 30 times in the past year.

Keith Vaz, chairman of the influential Home Affairs Select Committee, last night called for an inquiry. ‘This is a most disturbing case which raises serious questions,’ he said.

‘There should be a full inquiry into the claims that Mr Parsons has acted with the encouragement of some police officers.

‘Individuals should never take the law into their own hands.’

Mr Parkes’s former partner – the mother of his 15-month-old son – claimed the internet exposure had led directly to his death last June, and said she strongly suspected that Parsons had been given ‘advice and training’ by police."

Published: 17:06 March 9, 2014

UK: Man commits suicide after paedophile accusation


Published on Mar 6, 2014

Stinson Hunter - CPS (Crown prosecution service) Fails Again

"Here is the link to the full video:

This video is not designed to intimidate, harm or cause distress to anybody, we have blurred their faces to comply with youtube and it's terms of usage, no personal information is linked to this video, nor will personal information be given out.

Information on each video that contains these meetings is available via various newspapers, radio stations and tv channels as they have been widely covered by the British Media.

The person in this video has given permission to be recorded. By having the conversation, under UK law we are allowed to film in public and in a private place that we have permission to do so in.

The person in the video by staying and talking waives his right to not be filmed and gives consent therein.

Under the 2003 sexual offences act the person in this video has committed a criminal offence and as a journalist I am within my rights and the law to upload and distribute for journalistic, news, public interest and public safety purposes.

All information is handed into the police and once the person has been dealt with accordingly the videos are removed until after sentencing or trial.

Each person caught IS arrested and charged as they have broken the law.

These videos are for public awareness, educating children and evidential purposes to highlight a serious issue with online grooming.

Please do not harass these people and please do not bully people close to them.



Published on Mar 9, 2014

Stinson Hunter - Daily Mail Response


Stinson Hunter 


Stinson Hunter AKA Kieran Parsons

Expose of Stinson Hunter


11 Mar 2014 15:20

Online crime fighter Stinson Hunter comes clean to Telegraph about chequered past

"Self-styled paedophile [sic] catcher admits he was jailed for a decade for an arson attack at an empty school."

12 March 2014 Last updated at 18:02 

Man killed himself after Stinson Hunter 'paedophile trap'

March 12, 2014

Stinson Hunter comes clean about Criminal past

Posted: March 14, 2014

Paedophile [sic] catcher Stinson Hunter speaks out about Tamworth school arson attack


Apr 08, 2014 13:48

Top Warwickshire cop hits out at online 'crime fighter' Stinson Hunter

"Mr Parker added: “We are at the moment seeking legal advice about what further steps we can take.”

Earlier in the meeting deputy police and crime commissioner Eric Wood claimed that someone named by Hunter had committed suicide.

Mr Parker responded: “We are awaiting the inquest on that to see if there are any specific directions from the coroner.”"

Stinson Hunter: Andy Parker Chief Constable Warwickshire Police


How to Catch a Predator - UK Version #DramaAlert *****


today, 11:29 (17/4/14)

Paedophile [sic] catcher Stinson Hunter threatened with legal action by Warwickshire Police

Friday, 7 March 2014

10/3/14 - Is A Good Day To Try - Good To be Spent/ Rehabilitated - Or Is It ... Really?

March 4, 2014

Forgive me, for I have sinned 

"One of the key elements of punishment is being able to leave the past behind. You do the crime and serve your time, and then hopefully draw a line under the whole sorry mess, get on with your life and do not trouble the courts again.


Clearly however, there are some cases where your past must continue to follow you – most people would be shocked if a child killer could get a job in a school and not have to disclose his or her past offending for example.

But what about a minor indiscretion some years earlier? And where do we draw the line?"

March 5, 2014 

Are the changes to the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act enough? 

"People with criminal convictions are not the most popular group in society. However, once somebody has served their sentence and doesn’t re-offend, it’s in everybody’s interests to enable them to move on positively with their lives and contribute actively to society.

And we’re not talking about a small group of people either – although around 100,000 people are sent to prison every year, there are over 1.4 million convictions at court every year.

The majority – approximately 945,000 convictions – involve a fine, with 195,000 convictions resulting in a community sentence, and about 45,000 having a suspended prison sentence.

There are over 9 million people in England and Wales with a criminal record. A third of people claiming jobseekers allowance have been cautioned or convicted in the last 10 years.""

7th March 2014 

Reforms to the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act "will make a huge difference to thousands of people, but they don't go far enough" says Unlock, a national charity for people with convictions

"On Monday 10th March, the UK Government will finally implement reforms to the 1974 Rehabilitation of Offenders Act.

The charity Unlock has campaigned for changes for many years. Christopher Stacey, Director of Services at Unlock, says “There are over 9 million people in England & Wales with a criminal record and more than 1.2 million people get convicted at court every single year.

For the majority of these people, these changes mean that the length of time they’ll need to disclose their conviction for will be reduced – for example, more than 800,000 people a year receive a fine at court, and the rehabilitation period for this will reduce from 5 years to 1 year.“

10 March 2014

The right of offenders to get back on track

Reforms to the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act

"The Rehabilitation of Offenders Act was reformed under the Legal Aid, Sentencing and Punishment of Offenders Act 2012. This followed Nacro's Change The Record campaign, which set out to reform the period of time over which ex-offenders have to declare any previous convictions. The declaration period can be years or decades and can hold people back from gaining employment.",1646,NAP.html#4


Driving offence clause will cause chaos,1769,NAP.html


Published 4 March 2014 

New Guidance on the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974 

Organisation: Ministry of Justice

Rehabilitation of Offenders Act

Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974; 1974 CHAPTER 53

"An Act to rehabilitate offenders who have not been reconvicted of any serious offence for periods of years, to penalise the unauthorised disclosure of their previous convictions, to amend the law of defamation, and for purposes connected therewith."

What is the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974?  (information, soon to be defunct)

Legal Aid, Sentencing and Punishment of Offenders Act 2012



Reforms to the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974


R (on the application of) T -v- Chief Constable of Greater Manchester and others

Court of Appeal (Civil Division) judgment

Neutral Citation Number: [2013] EWCA Civ 25 Case No: C1/2012/0520, C1/2011/1660 & C1/2011/1678 Court of Appeal (Civil Division)


Posted: March 10, 2014

An update on today’s historic changes to the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974

"Today is an historic day for Unlock. We’ve campaigned for many years to see changes to the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act. It’s the first time in nearly 40 years since the legislation has been reformed in this way. It’s been quite a wait since the law received Royal Assent in 2012, but we’re delighted that we’ve finally got there.

Since we got notice of the implementation date, we’ve been working hard behind the scenes to make sure that we do all that we can to prepare for the changes.

We are also firmly of the belief that the changes don’t go far enough, and we’ve been doing a lot of work to try and make this clear ..."

‘How long do I have to disclose my criminal record for?’ – A detailed guide to the ROA (updated 2014)

Disclosure Calculator

Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 

"New time periods for disclosing convictions from March 2014."

Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974 


The Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974 exists to allow people with convictions to be reintegrated back into society by having the right to legally ignore their conviction after a period of time. The Act allows convictions, cautions, reprimands and final warnings in respect of a certain offence to be considered ‘spent’ after a specified period of time known as the ‘rehabilitation period’ which is decided by the sentence or disposal received.

Once ‘spent’, the person is considered rehabilitated and the Act treats the person as if they had never committed an offence. As a result, the conviction or caution in question does not need to be disclosed by the person when applying for most jobs, educational courses, insurance, housing applications or other purposes, unless the role applied for is exempt from the Act (see ‘Exceptions to the Act’).

If a role is covered by the Act, it is unlawful for an employer to refuse to employ a person (or dismiss an existing employee) because the individual has a ‘spent’ caution or conviction.

It is also unlawful for an organisation to knowingly carry out (or enable someone else to obtain) a Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) check on a person for a role which is covered by the Act.

If a role is covered by the Act, the employer is only legally entitled to carry out a basic criminal check known as a basic disclosure (provided by Disclosure Scotland) which will reveal only ‘unspent’ convictions.

A basic disclosure should not be confused with a standard DBS check which is legally required only for positions exempt from the Act such as approved financial posts by the Financial Conduct Authority, accountants, lawyers, barristers and other legal positions. For further information on criminal record checks, please see here.",1646,NAP.html

Monday 10 March 2014 21.00 GMT

A new deal on criminal records 

March 10, 2014

New rehabilitation of offenders legislation comes into effect

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Posted on March 21, 2014

The Rehabilitation of Offenders Act

"The Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974 aims to give those with convictions or cautions the chance – in certain circumstances – to wipe the slate clean and start afresh.

Under the Act, eligible convictions or cautions become “spent” after a specified period of time known as the “rehabilitation period”, the length of which varies depending on how the individual concerned was dealt with.

Prison sentences of over 4 years are excluded from the scope of the Act and can therefore never become spent. The rehabilitation periods for other types of sentence vary according to whether the person was cautioned or convicted and, if the latter, the type of sentence imposed. Rehabilitation periods will generally be shorter for offenders aged under 18 when they were convicted.

Once the conviction or caution becomes spent, the offender is regarded as rehabilitated and (for most purposes) is treated as if he had never committed the offence. [if only]"


March 25, 2014

Unlock provide update on recent changes to the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974 

"Unlock have campaigned for many years to see changes to the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act. It’s the first time in nearly 40 years since the legislation has been reformed in this way.

It’s been quite a wait since the law received Royal Assent in 2012, but we’re delighted that we’ve finally got there.

Since we got notice of the implementation date, we’ve been working hard behind the scenes to make sure that we do all that we can to prepare for the changes.

We are also firmly of the belief that the changes don’t go far enough, and we’ve been doing a lot of work to try and make this clear"

Unlock - Downloads & Using our materials


April 2014

Second chances and ‘invisible punishment’

Thursday, 6 March 2014

The Worse Kind Of Lawyers

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Liz Dux - S&G @LizDuxLawyer

Tweets from me, Jess Standley&Amy Brancalion from @slatergordonuk abuse team. Media requests to

London ·


March 2014

You will be believed’ is the Police and CPS mantra for claims of sex offences

"They don’t tend to believe people claiming innocence of murder accusations or drug dealing or terrorism or fraud or burglary, but claims of sex assault, sometimes from 45 years ago?"
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PUBLISHED: 17:20, 5 March 2014 | UPDATED: 19:04, 5 March 2014

Paedophile [not] Jonathan King claims Jimmy Savile was INNOCENT and his victims were his 'accusers'

Wednesday, 5 March 2014

Regarding Ms Joanne Mjadzelics

Published: March 5, 2014 13:02 PM

Lostprophets Ian Watkins's Lover Joanne Mjadzelics Facing Child Sex Charges [sic]

"Suzanne Thomas, senior crown prosecutor for the Crown Prosecution Service Wales, said: "As part of a wider police investigation, the Crown Prosecution Service was asked by South Wales Police to review evidence files relating to alleged offences committed by Joanne Mjadzelics.

"I have reviewed this evidence and concluded that there is sufficient evidence and it is in the public interest to charge Joanne Mjadzelics.

"May I remind all concerned that Joanne Mjadzelics has a right to a fair trial. It is very important that there should be no reporting, commentary or sharing of information online which could in any way prejudice these proceedings. For these reasons, it would be inappropriate for me to comment further.""


Operation Globe: Woman charged with indecent images offences


Joanne Mjadzelics has been charged with:

>Four counts of possession of an indecent image of a child (level 4), contrary to Section 160 of the Criminal Justice Act 1988 (offences dated between 7 May 2011 and 16 May 2011)

>Two counts of distributing an indecent image of a child (level 1), contrary to Section 1 (1)(b) of the Protection of Children Act 1978 (offences dated 30 September 2011)

>One count of encouraging or assisting the commission of an offence of distributing and indecent image of a child, contrary to Section 45 of the Serious Crime Act 2007 (offence dated between 9 May 2011 and 17 May 2011)"

5 March 2014 Last updated at 14:25

Joanne Mjadzelics charged over indecent images in Ian Watkins inquiry

1:13PM GMT 05 Mar 2014

Woman charged with possessing indecent images of children in relation to Ian Watkins Lost Prophets case

Last updated Wed 5 Mar 2014

'In public interest to charge Joanne Mjadzelics'

5 Mar 2014 12:27

Ian Watkins inquiry: Joanne Mjadzelics charged with possessing and distributing indecent images of children

PUBLISHED: 15:16, 5 March 2014 | UPDATED: 17:18, 5 March 2014

Ex-girlfriend of paedophile [sic] Lostprophets singer Ian Watkins charged with possessing indecent images of children

Posted: 05/03/2014 15:05 GMT | Updated: 05/03/2014 16:59 GMT

Lostprophets Singer Ian Watkins Inquiry: Joanne Mjadzelics Charged Over Indecent Images

Today at 12:37:23 pm

Jo's been charged.....

45 minutes ago

Miss M

05-03-2014, 05:08 PM

Police and CPS to get Revenge on Joanne Mjadzelics

10:39am, Fri 21 Mar 2014

Joanne Mjadzelics pleads not guilty over indecent image charges

Friday 21 March 2014 13.30 GMT

Ian Watkins' former girlfriend denies sexual offences

Mar 21, 2014 21:17

Ian Watkins' former girlfriend denies distributing child pornography and asking Lostprophets star for indecent images 



It would be very easy to be nasty (and there are things we have not reported) - but, that is not what we do.

Indeed, consistent with our mission statement, we bear no grudges and we offer support, to anyone, wherever they are in the sorry process.

The OSC 


July 11, 2014

Ex-girlfriend of paedophile [sic] Lostprophets singer Ian Watkins has 'legitimate reasons' for having indecent images of children - court hears



Friday, January 23rd, 2015

The OSC is pleased, with the court outcome, in the case of R v Mjadzelics. 

We expect a book, or equivalent, will be forthcoming. 


Joanne Mjadzelics @JoMjadzelics


14 January 2015 Last updated at 20:20

Joanne Mjadzelics: Ian Watkins' ex cleared over abuse images

Falsely Accused Of Being A Paedophile [sic] | This Morning

Ian Watkins ex Joanne Mjadzelics Hallam fm News interview

56 minutes ago 4:15 pm 23/1/15

Joanne Mjadzelics: My life has been completely destroyed

In saying that, it is with great concern, we see it is now, apparently, legal ("legitimate reason"), for a subject of The Crown, to entrap .... 'Used Indecent Images To Trap ...', without consequence; a truly worrying development, for everyone.

The OSC 


Published on the 24 January 2015

Doncaster woman cleared of child porn charges changes name

"A woman cleared of child porn charges in a case involving a pop star has changed her name.

Joanne Mjadzelics, of Thorne Road, Doncaster, has now swapped her name by deed poll after being cleared by Cardiff Crown Court last month.

The former girlfriend of paedophile rocker Ian Watkins, singer of the Lostprophets, revealed she had made the change in a radio interview.

She said: “It has completely destroyed me because I have not been able to work.”

Ms Mjadzelics said the charges meant people were not interested in giving her a job.

And she faced major expense paying for her accommodation while she was on trial which meant she was now struggling financially.

Now the former escort says she hopes to get involved with helping prostitutes get off the streets and turn their lives around.

She said: “There is nothing in Doncaster. I want to see if there’s a way to get them off drugs and off the streets.”"

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Does so, seems to change mind not to.

Tuesday, 4 March 2014

Now Indecent Images of Children Win Prizes - But, Only If They Have Been Harmed

PUBLISHED: 18:54, 4 March 2014 | UPDATED: 20:15, 4 March 2014

Haunting image of Syrian girl, 11, being treated for shrapnel wounds after being hit by bomb while playing outside her home wins Unicef’s photo of the year 

">Swedish photographer met Dania Kilsi at an Aleppo clinic in 2012,
>She was hurt by a bomb which exploded while she was playing outside,
>Despite being bloodied, she was not badly hurt and soon released."

Sunday, 2 March 2014

Kiss Us At The Paedogate

Sunday, 2 March, 2014

Paedogate puts the past in the pillory

"You know when a scandal has made it to the news big league when it gets the “gate” tag, like Watergate. Well, the last ten days or so in the UK have given us Paedogate, in which the rabid right wing Daily Mail launched a sustained campaign to expose left wing support for the Paedophile Information Exchange (PIE) when I was its Chair back in the 1970s.

The aim was clearly to embarrass and undermine three leading figures in the Labour party. It worked. Initially dismissed as old hat because the story had been around for years as vague internet gossip, the Mail’s detailed trawl through publicly accessible archives and their own newspaper cuttings library paid off. At last, the rest of the national media finally sat up and paid attention in a big way. The Labour trio who were under fire, thanks to their work for the National Council of Civil Liberties (NCCL), to which PIE was affiliated, were forced to respond publicly. Harriet Harman, now Deputy Leader of the Labour party, angrily denounced the Mail. She had been an NCCL legal officer. Patricia Hewitt, a former cabinet minister in Tony Blair’s government, had a tougher hand to play because she had been NCCL’s General Secretary and had been closely associated with the organisation’s own very radical policy on the age of consent. She was forced into an apology in which she disowned this policy and also wrote ..."


Paedophilia - The Radical Case

"Chapter 11: The Beginnings of Radical Paedophilia in Britain"