Friday, October 31, 2008

In The Clear

Another day, another set of paedophiles who can get away with it:

A TEACHER who indecently dealt with a Northern Territory student will not serve any more time behind bars after winning an appeal for a fully-suspended sentence.
In slashing Paul Incani's sentence, Justice Dean Mildren accused the victim of being 'dramatic' in her impact statement, saying she was reacting as "one would normally expect" to a "romantic" break-up. Link.

Mildren said sending intimate text messages to a 15 year old wasn't a "planned and sustained seduction" as the original magistrate had found. He said she was as willing as he was.

And he excused Incani disguising the girl so he could 'dry hump' her on a lakeshore as being probably because he "must have known" their relationship was "foolish and improper".

Mildren thus recognises Incani's recognition of his commission of a crime but then sounds more like his defence lawyer:

"(He) was very much in love with the child and wanted to meet her in a semi-private fashion," Justice Mildren said.

A TEACHER who put on a strip show for a group of 15-year-olds has kept her job... “I was forced to give the German teacher a warning, but I will not dismiss her because she is a valuable teacher for our institution,” said (Hungarian school principal) Sandor Rozman.

The girl's mother today said she often saw them "cuddling'', and that she repeatedly had to ask them to keep the door open when they were in her daughter's bedroom.
So why didn't mum do anything about her 14 year old daughter being seduced by a lesbian paedophile?

...she did not tell police of her concerns as she had no evidence...
How much evidence do you need? Plenty, apparently, when ones child is being groomed, seduced, perverted and raped by a member of one of modern society's holy orders.

And, at the risk of sounding like a broken record, just when is the Education Industry going to apologise for its appalling record of institutionalised sexual abuse of children?

-- Nick

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