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Sex Offenders Go Missing.

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Message 1 - posted by Holly Day, Feb 27, 2008


Avon and Somerset police have admitted losing track of eight sex offenders who are meant to be living in the community.

It suspects five of them may have fled abroad and believes three others could be living elsewhere in the UK.

However, the force has refused to name the offenders, reveal their catalogue of offences, or give out each individual's last known address, citing what it calls 'law enforcement' reasons. Officers also declined to release a photograph of each offender in order to warn the public, on health and safety grounds.www.epost.co.uk/

Do you think they should release names and photos?
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Message 2 - posted by DerbyAndProud, Feb 27, 2008

www.bbc.co.uk/dna/en...

That's amazing, the same message from two different people
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Message 3 - posted by U4357578, Feb 27, 2008

Holly, you can expect more to go missing if their wearabouts become generally available/known.

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Message 4, Feb 27, 2008

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Message 5 - posted by U4357578, Feb 27, 2008

Blimey Dan! That's a bit sensible isn't it? Of course, you're right, then when/if they're found send them to prison.
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Message 6 - posted by Holly Day, Feb 27, 2008

www.bbc.co.uk/dna/en...

That's amazing, the same message from two different people

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Why bother Derby if you're not interested in the thread?

Not that I have to justify myself to you; But it was posted on the England thread by my friend, who forgot to tag. OK?
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Message 8 - posted by Holly Day, Feb 27, 2008

Holly, you can expect more to go missing if their wearabouts become generally available/known.


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I think they should chemically castrate them, then they will be no bother to anyone.
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Message 9 - posted by U4357578, Feb 27, 2008

Holly, chemical castration isn't proven to work in all cases. Testes make testosterone and by lopping them, the idea is that no more testosterone is produced. That then reduces the sex drive of the man to a point where he is no longer interested. No interest equals no sex which in turn equals no victims. Would you trust one? It's rare but you do get female sex offenders.

Dan, what was wrong with your posting, any ideas?
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Message 10 - posted by fairplay4u, Feb 27, 2008

Exactly, and with a bit of luck, they'll getting a damn good kicking inside.

Not much chance of that these days, Sex offenders are now classed as vulnerable & have a section of the prison to themselves.

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Message 11 - posted by Holly Day, Feb 27, 2008

Holly, chemical castration isn't proven to work in all cases. Testes make testosterone and by lopping them, the idea is that no more testosterone is produced. That then reduces the sex drive of the man to a point where he is no longer interested. No interest equals no sex which in turn equals no victims. Would you trust one? It's rare but you do get female sex offenders.

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Fair point Jonah, and indeed, of course there is female sex offenders.
Perhaps they should be tagged?
The fact remains, something has to be done.

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Message 12 - posted by Norant, Feb 27, 2008

HANG THEM.
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Message 13 - posted by U4357578, Feb 27, 2008

Evenin' Norant<ok>

Holly, second offence should see them getting life....natural life.
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Message 14 - posted by beerboy6, Feb 27, 2008

HANG THEM.

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Why?

I would prefer them to suffer the way their victims did. It might be expensive but I fail to see why they should be given an easy way out.
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Message 15 - posted by Norant, Feb 27, 2008

The first offence should mean natural life,that way there is no second victim.
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Message 16 - posted by DerbyAndProud, Feb 27, 2008


Perhaps they should be tagged?


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Maybe the tag could be fitted using a piece of lead, possible .303 calibre<erm>
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Message 17 - posted by Norant, Feb 27, 2008

You want to see them suffer<laugh> in a british prison<laugh>.

They are segragated and put in with people who are just like them,they can sit all day and talk about there depraved little acts commited on children,then they get there dinner and go back to there cell to watch television or maybe have a go at a computer games.


suffer,dont make me laugh.
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Message 18 - posted by Norant, Feb 27, 2008

You want to see them suffer<laugh> in a british prison<laugh>.

They are segragated and put in with people who are just like them,they can sit all day and talk about there depraved little acts commited on children,then they get there dinner and go back to there cell to watch television or maybe have a go at a computer games.


suffer,dont make me laugh.

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OOopps maybe i get this one wrong!
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Message 19 - posted by Rob, Feb 27, 2008

Needle and thread comes to mind!

It's rare but you do get female sex offenders.

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Message 20 - posted by Holly Day, Feb 27, 2008


Five of these missing offenders are believed to be abroad. It begs the question, why are they allowed to retain a passport after release from prison, permitting them to commit offences elswhere!
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