Pedo Kids Cp 16
Blanchard proposed to separate the criteria for pedophilia as sexual attraction to prepubertal children, who are usually younger than 11 years old, and hebephilia as . Although in some countries (for example, in Russia) hebephilia is recognized as a criminal offense, with the possible exception of some regions of China, in France it is not punished in any way and is decriminalized. In general, “sexual perversion” can be called any manifestation of sexual interests and fantasies that is contrary to accepted social norms in society.
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I’ve had enough of going over the top in naming and shaming suspected paedophiles.
So let’s break it down and look at the facts.
Yes, it is true that paedophiles are frequently stupid thugs – and sometimes violent ones.
But the quality of the evidence in most cases is spotty at best.
And the contribution of “community safety measures” are questionable at worst.
The YEP investigated and found lots of examples of the police’s ace-in-the-hole in child sex cases.
Then there is the issue of freedom of expression.
Let’s be clear about one thing. The UN Convention on the Rights of the Child is largely an accurate reflection of what most people believe about human rights.
And it was clear from the debate about the UN Convention that those who wanted a watered-down version, or who wanted no version at all, had no understanding of the simple concept of human rights.
Perhaps a problem with the UN Human Rights Council is that it is dominated by the USA, which will always side with the US government in its foreign policy and against everyone else.
Why would Britain go to any such body and argue that the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child is skewed against us, when we have our own anti-discrimination act, our own anti-discrimination treaties and our own UN Declaration of Human Rights?
How can anyone in their right mind believe the UN Convention is not skewed against us?
However, it is also true that US law has rules about the admissibility of evidence in court.
And it is clear the current view is that in child sex cases, the evidence in a criminal trial is only admissible if you can prove it wasn’t obtained through “police misconduct”.
This makes sense