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    Should Child sex offenders be allowed to travel ?

    Australia has legislated to stop 20,000 people on the sex offenders register getting passports. Shouldn't we do the same ?

    http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-australia-40436976



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    Couple of years ago, don't know if anyone remembers it, a middle-aged Brit was photographed in Cambodia with his girlfriend. She was 9 years old. He was arrested, a clean skin, no convictions whatsoever. We can't legislate against them all, BUT you're right, we should do the same. My mate was locked up in the Philippines with a horrendous Brit pedo.................

    http://www.mirror.co.uk/news/uk-news...e-next-4858209



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    I'm sure their human rights would come into it somewhere....


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    Yes we should do the same. These kind of people lose there so called human rights when they commit such crimes. The victims, and potential victims have Human Rights too, and that's to be protected against them.


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    Yes but Harry they don't lose anything....


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    I think nonces should be allowed to travel.

    In the cab of one of these trains.

    The trouble with the rat race is that even if you win, you're still a rat (Lily Tomlin)


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    totally with Harry's response to the question.

    Details of *ALL persons convicted of indecent assault involving a minor (in ) are, by law, automatically placed on the Sex Offenders' Register - thereby deservedly forfeiting their so~called 'Human Rights' - and, in turn, *they ought to be deprived of ANY opportunities to travel abroad,
    either through the revocation of an existing passport ... or by blocking them from applying for one!


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    Quote Originally Posted by Arthur Little View Post
    totally with Harry's response to the question.

    Details of *ALL persons convicted of indecent assault involving a minor (in ) are, by law, automatically placed on the Sex Offenders' Register - thereby deservedly forfeiting their so~called 'Human Rights' - and, in turn, *they ought to be deprived of ANY opportunities to travel abroad,
    either through the revocation of an existing passport ... or by blocking them from applying for one!
    Good point!


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    Yep I'm with Harry the only human rights that matter here are victims or potential victims.


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    What offense are you all talking about here?

    There are many different types of offenses, many are dealt with through social workers and substantial psychological retraining.
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    It's a bit like saying all people convicted of speeding should lose their driving licences, whether they're done for exceeding the limit by 3mph or 130mph


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    The phrase ignorance breeds contempt springs to mind


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    Quote Originally Posted by Steve.r View Post
    What offense are you all talking about here?
    Serious sexual offences against children ... as the following example (reported on here) indicates:

    http://filipinaroses.com/showthread....in+Philippines


    Quote Originally Posted by Steve.r View Post
    There are many different types of offenses, many are dealt with through social workers and substantial psychological retraining.
    True. But there's no guarantee the types of therapy you've mentioned will prove effective in altering the twisted mindsets of recidivists, ... whose disgusting and unpalatable patterns of behaviour can (as we've seen) easily be exploited overseas - unless access to a passport is withdrawn, to prevent such an occurrence.


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    Is the term nonce politically correct



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    Quote Originally Posted by Tawi2 View Post
    Is the term nonce politically correct
    The trouble with the rat race is that even if you win, you're still a rat (Lily Tomlin)


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    It says anyone on the National child sex offenders register. If you are on that your passport is confiscated.

    I give up with the speeding analogy


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    Quote Originally Posted by bigmarco View Post

    I give up with the speeding analogy
    Yes ... ... AND me.


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    Maybe you should be aware of what it takes to be on the sex offenders register then


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    I'm quite happy that if you're on one they burn your passport.


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    Quote Originally Posted by SimonH View Post
    Maybe you should be aware of what it takes to be on the sex offenders register then
    Enlighten us then, Simon.

    I thought it was convicted paedo's and rapists only.
    The trouble with the rat race is that even if you win, you're still a rat (Lily Tomlin)


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    Quote Originally Posted by Ako Si Jamie View Post
    Enlighten us then, Simon.

    I thought it was convicted paedo's and rapists only.
    So did I.


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    On a sidenote, I read the other week about this American guy who hadn't actually physically commited a sexual crime but was sentenced to twenty years in prison anyway. Why? Because he allegedly planned to rape a bunch of women!
    The trouble with the rat race is that even if you win, you're still a rat (Lily Tomlin)


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    Thought crime the future of law-enforcement



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