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Re: Silent Justice/ Internet Interceptors
« Reply #1020 on: May 02, 2018, 09:16:12 AM »
Whether someone has been abused as a child or not, everyone knows the law, people choose to break the law, going back to a troubled time and using it as an excuse to go out and rape a child won't make it fine.. For that matter growing up in the wild west during the troubles should give me licence to throw stones at the police, plant bombs and shoot people, all stuff that I was exposed to growing up as a child..

These lads evaded the law, convicted paedo's who were meant to check in with authorities but instead wanted to pick up some child for their pleasure, in turn create another possible monster 20 years on down the line, what the public did was prevent the abuse of a child and maybe save that person from committing such an act himself later on.. also maybe just a small bit of ensuring the paedo's didnt come back to their area.. The sympathy being shown to convicted paedo's is a strange one...

And while I hated what the hunters were doing, as their methods very rarely managed a conviction the thought behind it was good, but it needed to be done more professionally than the muppets that were attempting to do it
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« Reply #1021 on: May 02, 2018, 09:21:25 AM »
If paedos are to be released then they should have to wear ankle bracelet alarms at all times and check in at police stations every day.

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« Reply #1022 on: May 02, 2018, 01:48:41 PM »
Not Paedos but here is an example of Irish "justice" - 3 years for this. Probably wont serve more than 2.

https://www.independent.ie/irish-news/courts/dublin-couple-jailed-after-child-tied-to-bed-upright-and-not-allowed-to-sleep-36863749.html

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« Reply #1023 on: May 02, 2018, 04:07:34 PM »
Not Paedos but here is an example of Irish "justice" - 3 years for this. Probably wont serve more than 2.

https://www.independent.ie/irish-news/courts/dublin-couple-jailed-after-child-tied-to-bed-upright-and-not-allowed-to-sleep-36863749.html

Here is one for you Itchy
4 and a half years
 https://www.irishexaminer.com/ireland/sex-offender-assaulted-teenager-at-audition-233449.html

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Re: Silent Justice/ Internet Interceptors
« Reply #1024 on: May 02, 2018, 05:53:03 PM »

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« Reply #1025 on: May 02, 2018, 05:56:41 PM »
Not Paedos but here is an example of Irish "justice" - 3 years for this. Probably wont serve more than 2.

https://www.independent.ie/irish-news/courts/dublin-couple-jailed-after-child-tied-to-bed-upright-and-not-allowed-to-sleep-36863749.html

Here is one for you Itchy
4 and a half years
 https://www.irishexaminer.com/ireland/sex-offender-assaulted-teenager-at-audition-233449.html

The mother would have been better doing what she had threatened.
If it was one of my sons I couldn't promise that I wouldn't be waiting for him when he was released.

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« Reply #1026 on: May 02, 2018, 07:15:57 PM »
Not Paedos but here is an example of Irish "justice" - 3 years for this. Probably wont serve more than 2.

https://www.independent.ie/irish-news/courts/dublin-couple-jailed-after-child-tied-to-bed-upright-and-not-allowed-to-sleep-36863749.html

Here is one for you Itchy
4 and a half years
 https://www.irishexaminer.com/ireland/sex-offender-assaulted-teenager-at-audition-233449.html

The mother would have been better doing what she had threatened.
If it was one of my sons I couldn't promise that I wouldn't be waiting for him when he was released.

He was released

https://m.independent.ie/irish-news/courts/convicted-sex-offender-jailed-after-encouraging-mum-to-send-two-sons-for-modelling-auditions-36863437.html

UK citizen Anthony Luckwill (45) has a history of claiming to be involved in the production of films and as far back as 1999 he had set up a child acting agency in Kerry. He has numerous convictions for possession of child pornography in Ireland and in Wales.

In July 2012 a court imposed 16 orders against him as part of child protection measures introduced in the Sex Offenders Act 2001. These included forbidding him from posing as a film director or journalist in search of child subjects

Dublin Circuit Criminal Court heard that in November 2016 Luckwill approached a woman in the Longford Arms hotel and told her he was involved in the modelling industry and encouraged her to send her two young sons for auditions.

Luckwill had rented a premises from the Chamber of Commerce in Longford town on the pretence of running a business. When local gardaí became aware of Luckwill's presence in the town they approached him and searched him.

Diarmaid Collins BL, defending, said that his client wished to change his name because of the high degree of media attention he attracted. Counsel said journalists had doorstepped him at a number of hostels he was staying at and as he attended the Probation Service offices.

He said there was fire damage to a house he had stayed at with a friend. Mr Collins also said there was a reported incident where another member of the public had to be escorted because a group of concerned members of the public mistook him for Luckwill.

Luckwill also has a conviction for inciting a child to commit an act of gross indecency from the UK island of Guernsey and convictions for sexual assault and defilement of a young boy in Meath.

Mr Collins said that Luckwill wasn't trying to be clandestine about his name change and informed gardaí the next day.

Garda Sergeant David Grogan told the court that in January 2017 gardaí went to visit Luckwill at his rented room in Rathgar, Dublin and seized a laptop and an iPod. The laptop was set up to delete the internet search history every hour.

114 images of young boys in underwear were found on the devices as well as evidence of visiting a number of social media websites, including dating sites involving profiles created using online pseudonyms. The images again are not classified as child pornography but he was in breach of the order prohibiting him from looking at images of children naked or in their undergarments.
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« Reply #1027 on: July 03, 2018, 12:06:24 AM »
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A convicted paedophile who went on the run before being caught by vigilantes in south Armagh has walked free from court.

Jason Lydiard, 25, originally from Bessbrook, was one of two men beaten, tied to a bench, and covered in paint in April of this year.

James White – a convicted child rapist – and Lydiard had evaded the police radar, despite strict conditions following their subsequent release from prison.

When White and Lydiard were found by locals in Mullaghbawn, they were kicked and beaten with iron bars, according to investigating officers at the time.

The two men had been hiding out in the nearby Glendesha Forest and even had a priest attempt to intervene in the matter.

Lydiard, who had nine previous convictions for sexual assault and threats to kill, was released from custody earlier this year.

The two men had been hiding out in the nearby Glendesha Forest and even had a priest attempt to intervene in the matter.

Lydiard, who had nine previous convictions for sexual assault and threats to kill, was released from custody earlier this year.

However, he appeared before Newry Crown Court on Thursday on charges related to the fact he left the jurisdiction on February 15, following his release without prior permission of the PSNI – and his whereabouts also unknown.

Lydiard admitted to breaching conditions of two Sexual Offences Prevention Orders (SOPO) by failing to inform the authorities of his whereabouts and attending probation meetings.

He was given a conditional discharge on the first breach, and was handed a two-month custodial sentence for the second breach, but walked free having spent some time in custody.