Woman who abused girl is spared jail

Daily Echo: Christine Morgan Christine Morgan

A WOMAN convicted of long term abuse on a girl has kept her freedom as an act of mercy.

Judge Gary Burrell QC told Christine Morgan, 61, that if she had been in better health and younger, he would have sent her straight to prison.

Morgan, of The Tyleshades, Romsey, had been been found guilty of two counts of wilful ill-treatment by jurors who had heard how the victim was just four-years-old when it started and which involved threats to kill her, striking her in the face and grabbing her by the throat.

The youngster told Southampton Crown Court how Morgan had once forced her mouth open and stuffed it with cloth with cleaning fluid on it, and had also had held her head under water. She said she suffered nightmares and had been left mentally scarred by Morgan haunting her.

Morgan received a 12 months suspended sentence with 200 hours unpaid work and told to pay £1,500 costs.

David Reid, defending, described Morgan as a somewhat isolated, rather reclusive figure and who would be vulnerable in prison. Some of the treated meted out came from her inability to cope and medical problems, adding that she continued to deny the offences.

Passing sentence, the judge told Morgan she had been in a position of trust and the abuse had lasted a significant period of time. “You bullied her.”

But he accepted she would be vulnerable in prison. He said he was suspending the sentence as an act of mercy because of her illness and isolation adding “You will have to live with what you have done.”

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6:45am Fri 30 Nov 12

Miguel Raton says...

Would a similar level of sympathy been observed had the offender been a man?
Would a similar level of sympathy been observed had the offender been a man? Miguel Raton

7:09am Fri 30 Nov 12

Hamitus Prime says...

Hell i thought it was a man !!!!
Hell i thought it was a man !!!! Hamitus Prime

7:10am Fri 30 Nov 12

loosehead says...

But he accepted she would be vulnerable in prison.?
So! what's the saying? don't do the crime if you can't do the time!
Sorry but can't believe this surely what she did should have a prison sentence?
So now every time some one goes to court over this type of action they'll get away with it by saying prison will be no good for my health?
She did this to a minor now let her fight off the women in prison & see how tough she really is
But he accepted she would be vulnerable in prison.? So! what's the saying? don't do the crime if you can't do the time! Sorry but can't believe this surely what she did should have a prison sentence? So now every time some one goes to court over this type of action they'll get away with it by saying prison will be no good for my health? She did this to a minor now let her fight off the women in prison & see how tough she really is loosehead

7:25am Fri 30 Nov 12

The Wickham Man says...

So would that same consideration apply to Jimmy Saville if he was around today? Once again a judge gets to feel good about himself by taking the law and the public for an ****.
So would that same consideration apply to Jimmy Saville if he was around today? Once again a judge gets to feel good about himself by taking the law and the public for an ****. The Wickham Man

8:43am Fri 30 Nov 12

hulla baloo says...

Yet again, a woman involved in a sex crime gets treated differently to a man. Wonder if he would be so lenient if his child was the abused.
Yet again, a woman involved in a sex crime gets treated differently to a man. Wonder if he would be so lenient if his child was the abused. hulla baloo

8:49am Fri 30 Nov 12

Over the Edge says...

The Wickham Man wrote:
So would that same consideration apply to Jimmy Saville if he was around today? Once again a judge gets to feel good about himself by taking the law and the public for an ****.
This monster should have been jailed, I listened to some of the evidence in court and believe me the Echo has toned her crimes down.

I don't agree with the Judge gets to feel good about himself comment, Judge Gary Burrell QC is not normally so kind hearted, his reputation amongst the criminal fraternity is that he is one of hardest sentencing judges currently sitting in Southampton Crown Court, they fear him like they used to fear Judge John Bang Um Up Boggis.

If you get the chance, you should go watch him passing sentence, another good thing about this Judge is, that he doesn't normally bail people once they have been found guilty, he bangs them up straight away, often using the words ``your going jail, you may as well start now``
[quote][p][bold]The Wickham Man[/bold] wrote: So would that same consideration apply to Jimmy Saville if he was around today? Once again a judge gets to feel good about himself by taking the law and the public for an ****.[/p][/quote]This monster should have been jailed, I listened to some of the evidence in court and believe me the Echo has toned her crimes down. I don't agree with the Judge gets to feel good about himself comment, Judge Gary Burrell QC is not normally so kind hearted, his reputation amongst the criminal fraternity is that he is one of hardest sentencing judges currently sitting in Southampton Crown Court, they fear him like they used to fear Judge John Bang Um Up Boggis. If you get the chance, you should go watch him passing sentence, another good thing about this Judge is, that he doesn't normally bail people once they have been found guilty, he bangs them up straight away, often using the words ``your going jail, you may as well start now`` Over the Edge

8:57am Fri 30 Nov 12

loosehead says...

Over the Edge wrote:
The Wickham Man wrote:
So would that same consideration apply to Jimmy Saville if he was around today? Once again a judge gets to feel good about himself by taking the law and the public for an ****.
This monster should have been jailed, I listened to some of the evidence in court and believe me the Echo has toned her crimes down.

I don't agree with the Judge gets to feel good about himself comment, Judge Gary Burrell QC is not normally so kind hearted, his reputation amongst the criminal fraternity is that he is one of hardest sentencing judges currently sitting in Southampton Crown Court, they fear him like they used to fear Judge John Bang Um Up Boggis.

If you get the chance, you should go watch him passing sentence, another good thing about this Judge is, that he doesn't normally bail people once they have been found guilty, he bangs them up straight away, often using the words ``your going jail, you may as well start now``
Look this woman has abused a child.
no matter male or female if this crime has an automatic jail sentence then to jail you should go.
no compassion was shown to the child so why show compassion for the perpetrator?
So what if she's not well? So what if she'll be vulnerable in Prison?
All pedophiles are vulnerable to attack in prison & have to be put in separate wards/cells/prison wings what shouldn't they go to prison because they're vulnerable?
this is wrong & the prosecutors should appeal against the judges decision.
I hope her neighbours are going to show her the same compassion she showed the child.
They say don't take the law into your own hands leave it to the police? Well that really worked this time didn't it?
[quote][p][bold]Over the Edge[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]The Wickham Man[/bold] wrote: So would that same consideration apply to Jimmy Saville if he was around today? Once again a judge gets to feel good about himself by taking the law and the public for an ****.[/p][/quote]This monster should have been jailed, I listened to some of the evidence in court and believe me the Echo has toned her crimes down. I don't agree with the Judge gets to feel good about himself comment, Judge Gary Burrell QC is not normally so kind hearted, his reputation amongst the criminal fraternity is that he is one of hardest sentencing judges currently sitting in Southampton Crown Court, they fear him like they used to fear Judge John Bang Um Up Boggis. If you get the chance, you should go watch him passing sentence, another good thing about this Judge is, that he doesn't normally bail people once they have been found guilty, he bangs them up straight away, often using the words ``your going jail, you may as well start now``[/p][/quote]Look this woman has abused a child. no matter male or female if this crime has an automatic jail sentence then to jail you should go. no compassion was shown to the child so why show compassion for the perpetrator? So what if she's not well? So what if she'll be vulnerable in Prison? All pedophiles are vulnerable to attack in prison & have to be put in separate wards/cells/prison wings what shouldn't they go to prison because they're vulnerable? this is wrong & the prosecutors should appeal against the judges decision. I hope her neighbours are going to show her the same compassion she showed the child. They say don't take the law into your own hands leave it to the police? Well that really worked this time didn't it? loosehead

9:13am Fri 30 Nov 12

Over the Edge says...

loosehead wrote:
Over the Edge wrote:
The Wickham Man wrote:
So would that same consideration apply to Jimmy Saville if he was around today? Once again a judge gets to feel good about himself by taking the law and the public for an ****.
This monster should have been jailed, I listened to some of the evidence in court and believe me the Echo has toned her crimes down.

I don't agree with the Judge gets to feel good about himself comment, Judge Gary Burrell QC is not normally so kind hearted, his reputation amongst the criminal fraternity is that he is one of hardest sentencing judges currently sitting in Southampton Crown Court, they fear him like they used to fear Judge John Bang Um Up Boggis.

If you get the chance, you should go watch him passing sentence, another good thing about this Judge is, that he doesn't normally bail people once they have been found guilty, he bangs them up straight away, often using the words ``your going jail, you may as well start now``
Look this woman has abused a child.
no matter male or female if this crime has an automatic jail sentence then to jail you should go.
no compassion was shown to the child so why show compassion for the perpetrator?
So what if she's not well? So what if she'll be vulnerable in Prison?
All pedophiles are vulnerable to attack in prison & have to be put in separate wards/cells/prison wings what shouldn't they go to prison because they're vulnerable?
this is wrong & the prosecutors should appeal against the judges decision.
I hope her neighbours are going to show her the same compassion she showed the child.
They say don't take the law into your own hands leave it to the police? Well that really worked this time didn't it?
As I said at the start of my comment, ``the monster should have been jailed``

I'm not saying anything else other than the on this occasion the Judge got it wrong, having said that if she fails to do her unpaid work he will jail in her, I have no doubt about it.

All nonces regardless of age health or anything should be jailed end of
[quote][p][bold]loosehead[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Over the Edge[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]The Wickham Man[/bold] wrote: So would that same consideration apply to Jimmy Saville if he was around today? Once again a judge gets to feel good about himself by taking the law and the public for an ****.[/p][/quote]This monster should have been jailed, I listened to some of the evidence in court and believe me the Echo has toned her crimes down. I don't agree with the Judge gets to feel good about himself comment, Judge Gary Burrell QC is not normally so kind hearted, his reputation amongst the criminal fraternity is that he is one of hardest sentencing judges currently sitting in Southampton Crown Court, they fear him like they used to fear Judge John Bang Um Up Boggis. If you get the chance, you should go watch him passing sentence, another good thing about this Judge is, that he doesn't normally bail people once they have been found guilty, he bangs them up straight away, often using the words ``your going jail, you may as well start now``[/p][/quote]Look this woman has abused a child. no matter male or female if this crime has an automatic jail sentence then to jail you should go. no compassion was shown to the child so why show compassion for the perpetrator? So what if she's not well? So what if she'll be vulnerable in Prison? All pedophiles are vulnerable to attack in prison & have to be put in separate wards/cells/prison wings what shouldn't they go to prison because they're vulnerable? this is wrong & the prosecutors should appeal against the judges decision. I hope her neighbours are going to show her the same compassion she showed the child. They say don't take the law into your own hands leave it to the police? Well that really worked this time didn't it?[/p][/quote]As I said at the start of my comment, ``the monster should have been jailed`` I'm not saying anything else other than the on this occasion the Judge got it wrong, having said that if she fails to do her unpaid work he will jail in her, I have no doubt about it. All nonces regardless of age health or anything should be jailed end of Over the Edge

9:19am Fri 30 Nov 12

Huey says...

I wish she had been sent to prison and badly beaten by inmates who would rightfully regard her with disgust, and help her to understand what it is like to be abused instead of continuing to deny what she did.
I wish she had been sent to prison and badly beaten by inmates who would rightfully regard her with disgust, and help her to understand what it is like to be abused instead of continuing to deny what she did. Huey

9:22am Fri 30 Nov 12

sasmike says...

send "him" to skateshire or marwell zoo
send "him" to skateshire or marwell zoo sasmike

9:29am Fri 30 Nov 12

Linesman says...

It looks as if Mercy is a One Way Street.

What mercy did the evil person show to this four year old child?

If you can't do the time,

Don't do the crime.
It looks as if Mercy is a One Way Street. What mercy did the evil person show to this four year old child? If you can't do the time, Don't do the crime. Linesman

9:36am Fri 30 Nov 12

Linesman says...

loosehead wrote:
Over the Edge wrote:
The Wickham Man wrote:
So would that same consideration apply to Jimmy Saville if he was around today? Once again a judge gets to feel good about himself by taking the law and the public for an ****.
This monster should have been jailed, I listened to some of the evidence in court and believe me the Echo has toned her crimes down.

I don't agree with the Judge gets to feel good about himself comment, Judge Gary Burrell QC is not normally so kind hearted, his reputation amongst the criminal fraternity is that he is one of hardest sentencing judges currently sitting in Southampton Crown Court, they fear him like they used to fear Judge John Bang Um Up Boggis.

If you get the chance, you should go watch him passing sentence, another good thing about this Judge is, that he doesn't normally bail people once they have been found guilty, he bangs them up straight away, often using the words ``your going jail, you may as well start now``
Look this woman has abused a child.
no matter male or female if this crime has an automatic jail sentence then to jail you should go.
no compassion was shown to the child so why show compassion for the perpetrator?
So what if she's not well? So what if she'll be vulnerable in Prison?
All pedophiles are vulnerable to attack in prison & have to be put in separate wards/cells/prison wings what shouldn't they go to prison because they're vulnerable?
this is wrong & the prosecutors should appeal against the judges decision.
I hope her neighbours are going to show her the same compassion she showed the child.
They say don't take the law into your own hands leave it to the police? Well that really worked this time didn't it?
"I hope her neighbours are going to show her the same compassion she showed the child."

"They say don't take the law into your own hands leave it to the police?"

I think that loosehead should clarify that statement because some could interpret it to mean that he is suggesting that her neighbours should mete out their own punishment.
[quote][p][bold]loosehead[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Over the Edge[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]The Wickham Man[/bold] wrote: So would that same consideration apply to Jimmy Saville if he was around today? Once again a judge gets to feel good about himself by taking the law and the public for an ****.[/p][/quote]This monster should have been jailed, I listened to some of the evidence in court and believe me the Echo has toned her crimes down. I don't agree with the Judge gets to feel good about himself comment, Judge Gary Burrell QC is not normally so kind hearted, his reputation amongst the criminal fraternity is that he is one of hardest sentencing judges currently sitting in Southampton Crown Court, they fear him like they used to fear Judge John Bang Um Up Boggis. If you get the chance, you should go watch him passing sentence, another good thing about this Judge is, that he doesn't normally bail people once they have been found guilty, he bangs them up straight away, often using the words ``your going jail, you may as well start now``[/p][/quote]Look this woman has abused a child. no matter male or female if this crime has an automatic jail sentence then to jail you should go. no compassion was shown to the child so why show compassion for the perpetrator? So what if she's not well? So what if she'll be vulnerable in Prison? All pedophiles are vulnerable to attack in prison & have to be put in separate wards/cells/prison wings what shouldn't they go to prison because they're vulnerable? this is wrong & the prosecutors should appeal against the judges decision. I hope her neighbours are going to show her the same compassion she showed the child. They say don't take the law into your own hands leave it to the police? Well that really worked this time didn't it?[/p][/quote]"I hope her neighbours are going to show her the same compassion she showed the child." "They say don't take the law into your own hands leave it to the police?" I think that loosehead should clarify that statement because some could interpret it to mean that he is suggesting that her neighbours should mete out their own punishment. Linesman

9:49am Fri 30 Nov 12

Subject48 says...

Cant do the time?

Might as well do the crime!
Cant do the time? Might as well do the crime! Subject48

10:18am Fri 30 Nov 12

Over the Edge says...

The abuse meted out by this creature is historic (is happended years ago),,,,it doesn't make it any less vile,,,just saying
The abuse meted out by this creature is historic (is happended years ago),,,,it doesn't make it any less vile,,,just saying Over the Edge

10:45am Fri 30 Nov 12

loosehead says...

Linesman wrote:
loosehead wrote:
Over the Edge wrote:
The Wickham Man wrote:
So would that same consideration apply to Jimmy Saville if he was around today? Once again a judge gets to feel good about himself by taking the law and the public for an ****.
This monster should have been jailed, I listened to some of the evidence in court and believe me the Echo has toned her crimes down.

I don't agree with the Judge gets to feel good about himself comment, Judge Gary Burrell QC is not normally so kind hearted, his reputation amongst the criminal fraternity is that he is one of hardest sentencing judges currently sitting in Southampton Crown Court, they fear him like they used to fear Judge John Bang Um Up Boggis.

If you get the chance, you should go watch him passing sentence, another good thing about this Judge is, that he doesn't normally bail people once they have been found guilty, he bangs them up straight away, often using the words ``your going jail, you may as well start now``
Look this woman has abused a child.
no matter male or female if this crime has an automatic jail sentence then to jail you should go.
no compassion was shown to the child so why show compassion for the perpetrator?
So what if she's not well? So what if she'll be vulnerable in Prison?
All pedophiles are vulnerable to attack in prison & have to be put in separate wards/cells/prison wings what shouldn't they go to prison because they're vulnerable?
this is wrong & the prosecutors should appeal against the judges decision.
I hope her neighbours are going to show her the same compassion she showed the child.
They say don't take the law into your own hands leave it to the police? Well that really worked this time didn't it?
"I hope her neighbours are going to show her the same compassion she showed the child."

"They say don't take the law into your own hands leave it to the police?"

I think that loosehead should clarify that statement because some could interpret it to mean that he is suggesting that her neighbours should mete out their own punishment.
It would be illegal of me to suggest such a thing.
I just recollect cases where neighbourhoods have found out who & where such a person lives & tried to do such a thing.
Truthfully she should be re-trialed & this time no health concerns should be taken into consideration.
Linesman this judge has given all pedophiles a get out of jail free card.
I can't go to prison I'm not well & will be vulnerable?
If the judges aren't issuing out decent punishment how do you see these people being actually punished?
How many ex concentration guards have been in ill health but still ended up in prison?
Ill health should have no bearing on sentencing Julian Assange is now swinging that one can't extradite me I'm not well?
Please tell me how this monster is being punished?
[quote][p][bold]Linesman[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]loosehead[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Over the Edge[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]The Wickham Man[/bold] wrote: So would that same consideration apply to Jimmy Saville if he was around today? Once again a judge gets to feel good about himself by taking the law and the public for an ****.[/p][/quote]This monster should have been jailed, I listened to some of the evidence in court and believe me the Echo has toned her crimes down. I don't agree with the Judge gets to feel good about himself comment, Judge Gary Burrell QC is not normally so kind hearted, his reputation amongst the criminal fraternity is that he is one of hardest sentencing judges currently sitting in Southampton Crown Court, they fear him like they used to fear Judge John Bang Um Up Boggis. If you get the chance, you should go watch him passing sentence, another good thing about this Judge is, that he doesn't normally bail people once they have been found guilty, he bangs them up straight away, often using the words ``your going jail, you may as well start now``[/p][/quote]Look this woman has abused a child. no matter male or female if this crime has an automatic jail sentence then to jail you should go. no compassion was shown to the child so why show compassion for the perpetrator? So what if she's not well? So what if she'll be vulnerable in Prison? All pedophiles are vulnerable to attack in prison & have to be put in separate wards/cells/prison wings what shouldn't they go to prison because they're vulnerable? this is wrong & the prosecutors should appeal against the judges decision. I hope her neighbours are going to show her the same compassion she showed the child. They say don't take the law into your own hands leave it to the police? Well that really worked this time didn't it?[/p][/quote]"I hope her neighbours are going to show her the same compassion she showed the child." "They say don't take the law into your own hands leave it to the police?" I think that loosehead should clarify that statement because some could interpret it to mean that he is suggesting that her neighbours should mete out their own punishment.[/p][/quote]It would be illegal of me to suggest such a thing. I just recollect cases where neighbourhoods have found out who & where such a person lives & tried to do such a thing. Truthfully she should be re-trialed & this time no health concerns should be taken into consideration. Linesman this judge has given all pedophiles a get out of jail free card. I can't go to prison I'm not well & will be vulnerable? If the judges aren't issuing out decent punishment how do you see these people being actually punished? How many ex concentration guards have been in ill health but still ended up in prison? Ill health should have no bearing on sentencing Julian Assange is now swinging that one can't extradite me I'm not well? Please tell me how this monster is being punished? loosehead

10:48am Fri 30 Nov 12

loosehead says...

Linesman wrote:
loosehead wrote:
Over the Edge wrote:
The Wickham Man wrote:
So would that same consideration apply to Jimmy Saville if he was around today? Once again a judge gets to feel good about himself by taking the law and the public for an ****.
This monster should have been jailed, I listened to some of the evidence in court and believe me the Echo has toned her crimes down.

I don't agree with the Judge gets to feel good about himself comment, Judge Gary Burrell QC is not normally so kind hearted, his reputation amongst the criminal fraternity is that he is one of hardest sentencing judges currently sitting in Southampton Crown Court, they fear him like they used to fear Judge John Bang Um Up Boggis.

If you get the chance, you should go watch him passing sentence, another good thing about this Judge is, that he doesn't normally bail people once they have been found guilty, he bangs them up straight away, often using the words ``your going jail, you may as well start now``
Look this woman has abused a child.
no matter male or female if this crime has an automatic jail sentence then to jail you should go.
no compassion was shown to the child so why show compassion for the perpetrator?
So what if she's not well? So what if she'll be vulnerable in Prison?
All pedophiles are vulnerable to attack in prison & have to be put in separate wards/cells/prison wings what shouldn't they go to prison because they're vulnerable?
this is wrong & the prosecutors should appeal against the judges decision.
I hope her neighbours are going to show her the same compassion she showed the child.
They say don't take the law into your own hands leave it to the police? Well that really worked this time didn't it?
"I hope her neighbours are going to show her the same compassion she showed the child."

"They say don't take the law into your own hands leave it to the police?"

I think that loosehead should clarify that statement because some could interpret it to mean that he is suggesting that her neighbours should mete out their own punishment.
I retract this statement but get annoyed at seeing filth seemingly get away with it. fraudsters stealing money from us get away with it because they have children now this?
It's about time justice returned & people's punishment fitted the crime not just a slapped wrist.
I guess you'll rip into me but that's how I feel & I always try to be honest believe it or not
[quote][p][bold]Linesman[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]loosehead[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Over the Edge[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]The Wickham Man[/bold] wrote: So would that same consideration apply to Jimmy Saville if he was around today? Once again a judge gets to feel good about himself by taking the law and the public for an ****.[/p][/quote]This monster should have been jailed, I listened to some of the evidence in court and believe me the Echo has toned her crimes down. I don't agree with the Judge gets to feel good about himself comment, Judge Gary Burrell QC is not normally so kind hearted, his reputation amongst the criminal fraternity is that he is one of hardest sentencing judges currently sitting in Southampton Crown Court, they fear him like they used to fear Judge John Bang Um Up Boggis. If you get the chance, you should go watch him passing sentence, another good thing about this Judge is, that he doesn't normally bail people once they have been found guilty, he bangs them up straight away, often using the words ``your going jail, you may as well start now``[/p][/quote]Look this woman has abused a child. no matter male or female if this crime has an automatic jail sentence then to jail you should go. no compassion was shown to the child so why show compassion for the perpetrator? So what if she's not well? So what if she'll be vulnerable in Prison? All pedophiles are vulnerable to attack in prison & have to be put in separate wards/cells/prison wings what shouldn't they go to prison because they're vulnerable? this is wrong & the prosecutors should appeal against the judges decision. I hope her neighbours are going to show her the same compassion she showed the child. They say don't take the law into your own hands leave it to the police? Well that really worked this time didn't it?[/p][/quote]"I hope her neighbours are going to show her the same compassion she showed the child." "They say don't take the law into your own hands leave it to the police?" I think that loosehead should clarify that statement because some could interpret it to mean that he is suggesting that her neighbours should mete out their own punishment.[/p][/quote]I retract this statement but get annoyed at seeing filth seemingly get away with it. fraudsters stealing money from us get away with it because they have children now this? It's about time justice returned & people's punishment fitted the crime not just a slapped wrist. I guess you'll rip into me but that's how I feel & I always try to be honest believe it or not loosehead

10:54am Fri 30 Nov 12

Linesman says...

loosehead wrote:
Linesman wrote:
loosehead wrote:
Over the Edge wrote:
The Wickham Man wrote:
So would that same consideration apply to Jimmy Saville if he was around today? Once again a judge gets to feel good about himself by taking the law and the public for an ****.
This monster should have been jailed, I listened to some of the evidence in court and believe me the Echo has toned her crimes down.

I don't agree with the Judge gets to feel good about himself comment, Judge Gary Burrell QC is not normally so kind hearted, his reputation amongst the criminal fraternity is that he is one of hardest sentencing judges currently sitting in Southampton Crown Court, they fear him like they used to fear Judge John Bang Um Up Boggis.

If you get the chance, you should go watch him passing sentence, another good thing about this Judge is, that he doesn't normally bail people once they have been found guilty, he bangs them up straight away, often using the words ``your going jail, you may as well start now``
Look this woman has abused a child.
no matter male or female if this crime has an automatic jail sentence then to jail you should go.
no compassion was shown to the child so why show compassion for the perpetrator?
So what if she's not well? So what if she'll be vulnerable in Prison?
All pedophiles are vulnerable to attack in prison & have to be put in separate wards/cells/prison wings what shouldn't they go to prison because they're vulnerable?
this is wrong & the prosecutors should appeal against the judges decision.
I hope her neighbours are going to show her the same compassion she showed the child.
They say don't take the law into your own hands leave it to the police? Well that really worked this time didn't it?
"I hope her neighbours are going to show her the same compassion she showed the child."

"They say don't take the law into your own hands leave it to the police?"

I think that loosehead should clarify that statement because some could interpret it to mean that he is suggesting that her neighbours should mete out their own punishment.
I retract this statement but get annoyed at seeing filth seemingly get away with it. fraudsters stealing money from us get away with it because they have children now this?
It's about time justice returned & people's punishment fitted the crime not just a slapped wrist.
I guess you'll rip into me but that's how I feel & I always try to be honest believe it or not
I agree with you.

Fit enough to inflict cruelty on a defenceless four year old, but not fit enough to be sent to prison.

In this instance, the punishment certainly did not fit the crime, and if there is an appeal procedure, I hope that the victim proceeds with it.
[quote][p][bold]loosehead[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Linesman[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]loosehead[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Over the Edge[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]The Wickham Man[/bold] wrote: So would that same consideration apply to Jimmy Saville if he was around today? Once again a judge gets to feel good about himself by taking the law and the public for an ****.[/p][/quote]This monster should have been jailed, I listened to some of the evidence in court and believe me the Echo has toned her crimes down. I don't agree with the Judge gets to feel good about himself comment, Judge Gary Burrell QC is not normally so kind hearted, his reputation amongst the criminal fraternity is that he is one of hardest sentencing judges currently sitting in Southampton Crown Court, they fear him like they used to fear Judge John Bang Um Up Boggis. If you get the chance, you should go watch him passing sentence, another good thing about this Judge is, that he doesn't normally bail people once they have been found guilty, he bangs them up straight away, often using the words ``your going jail, you may as well start now``[/p][/quote]Look this woman has abused a child. no matter male or female if this crime has an automatic jail sentence then to jail you should go. no compassion was shown to the child so why show compassion for the perpetrator? So what if she's not well? So what if she'll be vulnerable in Prison? All pedophiles are vulnerable to attack in prison & have to be put in separate wards/cells/prison wings what shouldn't they go to prison because they're vulnerable? this is wrong & the prosecutors should appeal against the judges decision. I hope her neighbours are going to show her the same compassion she showed the child. They say don't take the law into your own hands leave it to the police? Well that really worked this time didn't it?[/p][/quote]"I hope her neighbours are going to show her the same compassion she showed the child." "They say don't take the law into your own hands leave it to the police?" I think that loosehead should clarify that statement because some could interpret it to mean that he is suggesting that her neighbours should mete out their own punishment.[/p][/quote]I retract this statement but get annoyed at seeing filth seemingly get away with it. fraudsters stealing money from us get away with it because they have children now this? It's about time justice returned & people's punishment fitted the crime not just a slapped wrist. I guess you'll rip into me but that's how I feel & I always try to be honest believe it or not[/p][/quote]I agree with you. Fit enough to inflict cruelty on a defenceless four year old, but not fit enough to be sent to prison. In this instance, the punishment certainly did not fit the crime, and if there is an appeal procedure, I hope that the victim proceeds with it. Linesman

10:57am Fri 30 Nov 12

Linesman says...

loosehead.

I note that the Echo has not reported the results in yesterday's elections.

Bet you are pleased that the Tories managed to save their deposit in Rotherham by less than 20 votes, but their 'partners in crime', the LibDems, lost theirs.
loosehead. I note that the Echo has not reported the results in yesterday's elections. Bet you are pleased that the Tories managed to save their deposit in Rotherham by less than 20 votes, but their 'partners in crime', the LibDems, lost theirs. Linesman

3:03pm Fri 30 Nov 12

Shoong says...

Linesman wrote:
loosehead.

I note that the Echo has not reported the results in yesterday's elections.

Bet you are pleased that the Tories managed to save their deposit in Rotherham by less than 20 votes, but their 'partners in crime', the LibDems, lost theirs.
Nice one! WTF has this have to do with the story you mong?
[quote][p][bold]Linesman[/bold] wrote: loosehead. I note that the Echo has not reported the results in yesterday's elections. Bet you are pleased that the Tories managed to save their deposit in Rotherham by less than 20 votes, but their 'partners in crime', the LibDems, lost theirs.[/p][/quote]Nice one! WTF has this have to do with the story you mong? Shoong

3:14pm Fri 30 Nov 12

loosehead says...

Linesman wrote:
loosehead.

I note that the Echo has not reported the results in yesterday's elections.

Bet you are pleased that the Tories managed to save their deposit in Rotherham by less than 20 votes, but their 'partners in crime', the LibDems, lost theirs.
Do you think the main parties will take notice in the rise of voters who want out of the EU & the Eu Human Rights Court & voted UKIP?
Linesman we should concentrate on this woman getting away with this hideous crime where's the childs Human Rights being protected here?
[quote][p][bold]Linesman[/bold] wrote: loosehead. I note that the Echo has not reported the results in yesterday's elections. Bet you are pleased that the Tories managed to save their deposit in Rotherham by less than 20 votes, but their 'partners in crime', the LibDems, lost theirs.[/p][/quote]Do you think the main parties will take notice in the rise of voters who want out of the EU & the Eu Human Rights Court & voted UKIP? Linesman we should concentrate on this woman getting away with this hideous crime where's the childs Human Rights being protected here? loosehead

4:39pm Fri 30 Nov 12

Subject48 says...

i think ive seen a photo of her having a fag outside the the court room. Well enought to smoke but not to go to prison!?
i think ive seen a photo of her having a fag outside the the court room. Well enought to smoke but not to go to prison!? Subject48

5:57pm Fri 30 Nov 12

sparkster says...

She should be in jail and other women inmates let loose on her or have bleach put in her mouth to see how she got on, she's not well enough to go to prison but she can smoke, vile creature
She should be in jail and other women inmates let loose on her or have bleach put in her mouth to see how she got on, she's not well enough to go to prison but she can smoke, vile creature sparkster

7:28pm Fri 30 Nov 12

Ginger_cyclist says...

LOCK THE WITCH UP WITH OTHER WOMAN AND THROW AWAY THE KEY, JUDGE GARY BURRELL QC HAS BEEN TOO SOFT ON HER!!!!
LOCK THE WITCH UP WITH OTHER WOMAN AND THROW AWAY THE KEY, JUDGE GARY BURRELL QC HAS BEEN TOO SOFT ON HER!!!! Ginger_cyclist

11:53pm Fri 30 Nov 12

David Icke says...

FREED DEIRDRE! Ha Ha Ha!!
FREED DEIRDRE! Ha Ha Ha!! David Icke

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