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UK pedophile jailed 12 yrs after extradition from China   [Copy link] 中文

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One fugitive of UK has been sentenced to 12 years in jail after he was found and then extradited from China. The criminal was wanted online last year and he was found as a teacher in a Chinese school by the netizen of China. Neil Robinson has been wanted since 2002 and he fled away from UK for children abusive crimes. It's reported that he had been in China for 8 years and married a Chinese.

This is another warning for our Chinese girls who are crazy about foreigners. You may care nothing about the man whom you share bed on the first day but you do need to know well him before you decide to tie the knot.

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seneca Post time: 2014-1-14 08:30
Whata charitable thought!

First of all: SomeChinesegirls are YOURS -"our Chinee girls...",someare ...

Right a pedophile has no race or nation attached to his genital
Round Up is good for developing the mind

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Dozens of UK schools investigated for child abuse

Dozens of private schools in Britain are under investigation over child sex abuse allegations, spanning from the 1950s to the 1990s.

Lawyers representing former pupils are demanding up to £400,000 compensation from some 20 of the UK’s fee-paying schools and institutions for the abuse the victims suffered.

The schools include Ashdown House in East Sussex and Caldicott in South Buckinghamshire, which were attended by London Mayor Boris Johnson and British Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg respectively.

Jessica Standley, of law firm Slater & Gordon, said the number of victims reporting abuse at institutions has risen since the emergence of the scandal surrounding disgraced former British TV host Jimmy Savile.

    “There has been an increase in victims reporting abuse suffered at a variety of institutions, including fee-paying schools. Sadly, in many of these cases those in positions of authority knew of the abuse and failed to take adequate steps to protect innocent children,” Standley said.

An earlier report, titled “The Foundations of Abuse,” found that British children are still not safe from sexual abuse in institutional settings such as schools, care homes and churches.

According to the study, published by the UK National Crime Agency (NCA) in October 2013, more has to be done in order to protect youngsters in institutions from sexual abuse by adults.

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Child sex crimes on rise in UK

The number sex crimes recorded against children aged under 11 in England and Wales has increased by 16 percent in one year, a new report shows.

According to a research, conducted by a children's charity and released on Monday, some 5,547 primary school pupils and pre-school children were sexually abused across England and Wales in 2012-13, compared to 4,772, offences recorded in 2011-12.

The National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children (NSPCC) carried out the study based on data from 41 police forces.

The report also showed that under-11s account for about 24 percent of all recorded sexual attacks on children in England and Wales.

NSPCC chief executive Peter Wanless said the number of recorded offences could have risen because more people were coming forward in the wake of the abuse scandal surrounding disgraced former British TV host Jimmy Savile.

    "The police figures are worrying because they should be going down not rising, although the 'Savile effect' may be resulting in more people reporting abuse,” Wanless said.

Meanwhile, the charity found a near-20 percent rise in the number of child sex crimes recorded in Northern Ireland following the Savile scandal.

Savile died in 2011 and following his death, hundreds of allegations of sex abuse and rape of minors became public.

In January 2013, in a report by the police and the NSPCC, Savile was branded as one of the UK’s most prolific known sexual predators, who used his celebrity status to “hide in plain sight.”

According to the report, titled “Giving Victims a Voice,” some 214 crimes, including 34 cases of rape during 54 years of abuse committed by the BBC’s former presenter, were recorded across 28 police force areas.

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Pam Cox:
UK is the most dangerous place to bring up children. Living in the poorest country is much more safer than the UK.

eric49 in reply to Pam Cox:
It is just the tip of the iceberg! There are those who dare not tell, and those who never tell about family abuse. Rich kids seldom get abused outside of their own home.

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UK POLITICIANS ACCUSED OF CHILD ABUSE

Fresh child abuse allegations have emerged against some British politicians, as victims provide evidence showing the existence of a paedophile network at the heart of the UK government back in the 1980s.


Alleged victim Andrew Ash said a female former MP and prominent male MP sexually abused him and several other children as young as 13 during drug-fuelled parties in Westminster in the 1980s, the tabloid newspaperThe Sunday Express  reported.
Ash, who was in care at the time, said he had been taken down to London from northern England to attend parties organized by disgraced former British TV host Jimmy Savile’s ex-chauffeur David Smith.

The abuse victim has given the name of the ex-MPs to the Metropolitan Police, but the politicians’ identities can not be made public because of legal constraints.

Ash also demanded justice and truth, adding his alleged abusers “have been protected for far too long.”

"It wasn't just politicians. There were also a number of celebrities, including Jimmy Savile, who seemed to have a lot of good links to MPs and powerful businessmen. There were usually drugs like cocaine and speed available," he said.

Savile died in 2011 and following his death, hundreds of allegations of sex abuse and rape of minors became public.
Several high-profile figures have been arrested in connection with the multiple investigations into the abuse scandal surrounding the BBC’s former presenter.

In January 2013, in a report by the police and the National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children (NSPCC), Savile was branded as one of the UK’s most prolific known sexual predators, who used his celebrity status to “hide in plain sight.”

According to the report, titled “Giving Victims a Voice,” some 214 crimes, including 34 cases of rape during 54 years of abuse committed by the former TV presenter, were recorded across 28 police force areas.

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woodburn Post time: 2014-1-14 17:49
Dozens of UK schools investigated for child abuse

Dozens of private schools in Britain are under in ...

Methinks someone has a chip on his shouder. I suppose you have personally conducted a study of every school in every country in the world?

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