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Cameron appoints Pedophile Protector to Protect Pedophiles.
Mon Jul 14, 2014 09:26

Uk PM David Cameron appoints pedophile protector to investigate elite pedophiles- on July 14, 2014 - (This ugly weird thing is high ranking British Judge, and you don't think that this evil face isn't also a Pedophile and Child Satanic Sacrificial Murderess?)
One child protection expert said Baroness Butler-Sloss’ involvement in the ruling had the unintended (note it was not unintended) consequence of allowing paedophiles to get away with their crimes. Photo: PA
Baroness Butler-Sloss, the retired judge appointed to investigate claims of an establishment child sex abuse cover-up, was responsible for a controversial ruling which prevented warnings being issued about dangerous paedophiles.
Senior social workers attacked her decision – made when she was an Appeal Court judge – and warned that it would have “major ramifications”.
As the Government faced growing pressure to review its decision to appoint Lady Butler-Sloss to the major new inquiry, one child protection expert said the peer’s involvement in the ruling had the unintended consequence of allowing paedophiles to get away with their crimes.
Lady Butler-Sloss was appointed by Theresa May, the Home Secretary, last Tuesday to lead an overarching review of allegations of child sex abuse by prominent politicians and other figures in institutions such as the Church and the BBC.
But critics have claimed the judge cannot be impartial because her late brother, a former Attorney General, played a key role in the affair in the early 1980s, and it has also been claimed she kept allegations about an Anglican bishop out of a report she wrote three years ago into a paedophile scandal in the Diocese of Chichester.
Lady Butler-Sloss led a panel of three judges who overturned a previous ruling which said councils could warn other local authorities about two men who had been found to have had inappropriate relationships with children.
Neither man had been convicted in a criminal court but in civil proceedings judges had ruled they had been involved in improper sexual relationships with children.
One man, who can only be identified by the initial ‘L’, then 36, was acquitted of attempting to rape his step-daughter and of indecently assaulting his five children but care proceedings in the family courts later found he had been responsible for sexual abusing three children in his care.
He posed a “significant risk” to the three youngest children, the court held.
Croydon council, in south London, where L had lived, sought to secure L’s new address from the court to alert the local authority about his sexual behaviour.
A judge ruled in 1997 that Croydon could go ahead but Lady Butler-Sloss overturned that decision the following year.
Hannah Miller, Croydon’s then director of social services, said at the time: “This is a bleak day for social services departments across the country in their crackdown on child sex abuse.”
In the second case, a man only known as ‘W’ was found by Bournemouth county court in 1997 to pose a risk to children he coached at a junior football league.
A judge found “overwhelming evidence of an unusual and unhealthy relationship” between W and his partner’s youngest son.
W was a “risk of significant harm” to his partner’s sons and Bournemouth social services put restrictions on his access to the children and asked the courts permission to write warning letters to the football club and the football league.
A judge approved Bournemouth’s application but this, too, was overturned by Lady Butler-Sloss.
With Lord Justice Hutchinson and Lord Justice Chadwick she ruled it was inappropriate to disclose information which had emerged as part of family court proceedings under the Children Act. Appeals by L and W were allowed.
Robert Hutchinson, of the Association of Directors of Social Services, said at the time: “This decision has major ramifications for all of us [with] public protection responsibilities. The commonsense approach would be to share information about people considered a danger to children.”
The NSPCC also voiced its concern about the ruling, as a spokesman for the children’s charity said: “information such as this should be passed on to parties who need to know in orderto give children protection.” -
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