ONE of Australia’s worst paedophiles is being allowed to go shopping and socialising, despite being a danger to the public.
Hi guys. You could say I had a slap down, but I have it on good advice it will come to nothing.
So stand by next 24 hours, this prick will not be going anywhere without us knowing who he is with the stuff I have got on this snake belly…
Thank-you for all your support and offers of exposure elsewhere…I don’t want to get others in the shit by what I do…
Plans are at hand for the serial child-rapist to move back into the community.
Although a court has deemed he still poses a risk to children, the Herald Sun has been prevented from informing the public who the high-profile offender is or where he is living.
Well contact me here anonymously and I will name and shame this bastard no problems at all (all info treated with absolute confidentiality)
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His lawyer said it would be impossible for him to spend more time in the community if people were able to recognise him. That’s right, we don’t want this snake belly in the community
A County Court hearing has revealed the prolific child abuser:
HAS recently been approved by corrections staff for unaccompanied visits with friends in Melbourne.
MAKES regular trips to Ballarat for socialising and shopping.
WANTED corrections staff to start dropping him off at a Melbourne shopping centre for unaccompanied meetings with an acquaintance.
WILL get more freedom as part of plans to see him living back in the community. Freedom? This kiddie fiddler lost his rights when he decided touching up kids was OK
The Department of Justice yesterday urged Judge Wendy Wilmoth to lift a suppression order banning the paedophile’s identity being revealed.
The judge earlier extended a supervision order, after even he conceded he was still an unacceptable risk in the community.
Under the order, he must live in special accommodation and obey restrictions designed to protect the community, including not being in public alone unless permitted by the Adult Parole Board.
The judge also refused the man’s bid to be allowed out without the Board’s written approval. But she said he could ask the court to consider lifting it within a year.
Judge Wilmoth noted Corrections Victoria had already approved him having unaccompanied visits to his friends in Melbourne, but that it was subject to agreement by the board.
She said it was part of a “step-down process” of reducing supervision so he could live back in the community.
David Grace, QC, for the department, argued that communities he visited should know he was “in their midst”.
It was in the public interest for people to know that such a high-risk offender was still being kept under watch.
Revealing the man’s identity was banned in June, when the court extended his supervision order.
Child abuse support group Bravehearts said his identity should be disclosed because communities should be able to do whatever was necessary to protect children.
Judge Wilmoth has reserved her decision on the suppression order until next week.