Megan and teacher found in France

Daily Echo: Megan Stammers Megan Stammers

MISSING schoolgirl Megan Stammers and her teacher Jeremy Forrest have been found in France, police said today.

The 15-year-old has been taken into protection and Forrest, 30, has been arrested.

They were found at around 12.15pm today UK time.

Police would not reveal the exact location.

The pair were both ''safe and well'', a spokesman for Sussex Police said.

Forrest has been arrested on suspicion of child abduction.

They were found as a result of information that came after the case received media coverage in France, police said.

Forrest and Megan's families have been informed and arrangements will be made for their return to the UK, the force added.

French media reported that the pair were found in Bordeaux.

The alarm was raised when Megan, from Eastbourne, East Sussex, failed to go to school a week ago and it was discovered that she had travelled with Forrest on a ferry from Dover to Calais the previous evening.

They had tickets to return to the UK on Sunday, but did not use them.

Both their families made emotional appeals for their return, with Mr Forrest's father Jim, of Petts Wood, south east London, begging his son or the teenager yesterday to call or email home.

On Monday the 15-year-old's mother Danielle Wilson, sitting beside stepfather Martin Stammers, also pleaded for her safe return.

There were reported sightings of the pair in Paris, and Sussex Police received seven phone calls with information after Megan's disappearance was featured on the BBC's Crimewatch last night.

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2:19pm Fri 28 Sep 12

hulla baloo says...

MATHS TEST: - If a 30 year old teacher takes a 15 year old pupil 120 miles to France at an average speed of 40 miles per hour, how many years will he get in prison?
MATHS TEST: - If a 30 year old teacher takes a 15 year old pupil 120 miles to France at an average speed of 40 miles per hour, how many years will he get in prison? hulla baloo

2:29pm Fri 28 Sep 12

MGRA says...

well for a start the French law on these matters is a bit different and because she is over 14, there is a chance that he will not be handed over to UK authorities quickly if he has not commited a crime under French law...
well for a start the French law on these matters is a bit different and because she is over 14, there is a chance that he will not be handed over to UK authorities quickly if he has not commited a crime under French law... MGRA

2:34pm Fri 28 Sep 12

BillyTheKid says...

hulla baloo wrote:
MATHS TEST: - If a 30 year old teacher takes a 15 year old pupil 120 miles to France at an average speed of 40 miles per hour, how many years will he get in prison?
None if he commits suicide rather than face the rest of his life as a convicted pedophile.

Now your pathetic joke doesn't look so funny, does it ? You sick idiot !
[quote][p][bold]hulla baloo[/bold] wrote: MATHS TEST: - If a 30 year old teacher takes a 15 year old pupil 120 miles to France at an average speed of 40 miles per hour, how many years will he get in prison?[/p][/quote]None if he commits suicide rather than face the rest of his life as a convicted pedophile. Now your pathetic joke doesn't look so funny, does it ? You sick idiot ! BillyTheKid

2:36pm Fri 28 Sep 12

hulla baloo says...

BillyTheKid wrote:
hulla baloo wrote:
MATHS TEST: - If a 30 year old teacher takes a 15 year old pupil 120 miles to France at an average speed of 40 miles per hour, how many years will he get in prison?
None if he commits suicide rather than face the rest of his life as a convicted pedophile.

Now your pathetic joke doesn't look so funny, does it ? You sick idiot !
Not meant to be a joke, just asking the question.
[quote][p][bold]BillyTheKid[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]hulla baloo[/bold] wrote: MATHS TEST: - If a 30 year old teacher takes a 15 year old pupil 120 miles to France at an average speed of 40 miles per hour, how many years will he get in prison?[/p][/quote]None if he commits suicide rather than face the rest of his life as a convicted pedophile. Now your pathetic joke doesn't look so funny, does it ? You sick idiot ![/p][/quote]Not meant to be a joke, just asking the question. hulla baloo

2:46pm Fri 28 Sep 12

ToastyTea says...

Oh great, I can stop worrying now. What does this have to do with Southampton or Hants !!????
Oh great, I can stop worrying now. What does this have to do with Southampton or Hants !!???? ToastyTea

3:08pm Fri 28 Sep 12

sotonwinch09 says...

Nice local news.
Nice local news. sotonwinch09

3:24pm Fri 28 Sep 12

kingdong41 says...

How would anyone feel if it wss there kids? 15 16 17 18 she had gone away i would want mine bk sort it out it aint right is it safety is 1st who do we trust?????? No1 its ourselfs just b glad when she is home safe and not being groomed
How would anyone feel if it wss there kids? 15 16 17 18 she had gone away i would want mine bk sort it out it aint right is it safety is 1st who do we trust?????? No1 its ourselfs just b glad when she is home safe and not being groomed kingdong41

3:38pm Fri 28 Sep 12

BillyTheKid says...

hulla baloo wrote:
BillyTheKid wrote:
hulla baloo wrote:
MATHS TEST: - If a 30 year old teacher takes a 15 year old pupil 120 miles to France at an average speed of 40 miles per hour, how many years will he get in prison?
None if he commits suicide rather than face the rest of his life as a convicted pedophile.

Now your pathetic joke doesn't look so funny, does it ? You sick idiot !
Not meant to be a joke, just asking the question.
You won't fool anyone with that lame excuse, hulla baloney !

Chav comment, top of the pile, designed to set the other idiots off who will follow with similar jokes and puns.

Oh, and no I am not a pedophile sympathiser, which is what someone will say. No matter what mitigating circumstances are eventually put forward at his trial, it would appear at this stage he left the country with an underage child without the consent of her family. And that is both legally and morally wrong.

Whether it turns out that he is a deceitful predator, or simply a foolish, impulsive man, the consequences will be equally severe, and it will be for life. It sends out a clear message to anyone who thinks they can get away with this kind of behaviour.
[quote][p][bold]hulla baloo[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]BillyTheKid[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]hulla baloo[/bold] wrote: MATHS TEST: - If a 30 year old teacher takes a 15 year old pupil 120 miles to France at an average speed of 40 miles per hour, how many years will he get in prison?[/p][/quote]None if he commits suicide rather than face the rest of his life as a convicted pedophile. Now your pathetic joke doesn't look so funny, does it ? You sick idiot ![/p][/quote]Not meant to be a joke, just asking the question.[/p][/quote]You won't fool anyone with that lame excuse, hulla baloney ! Chav comment, top of the pile, designed to set the other idiots off who will follow with similar jokes and puns. Oh, and no I am not a pedophile sympathiser, which is what someone will say. No matter what mitigating circumstances are eventually put forward at his trial, it would appear at this stage he left the country with an underage child without the consent of her family. And that is both legally and morally wrong. Whether it turns out that he is a deceitful predator, or simply a foolish, impulsive man, the consequences will be equally severe, and it will be for life. It sends out a clear message to anyone who thinks they can get away with this kind of behaviour. BillyTheKid

3:57pm Fri 28 Sep 12

Vix1 says...

So glad she is safe! If we can't trust our children's teachers (whom we give over "in loco parentis" to on a daily basis!), then who can we trust? At least she appears to be unharmed, but only time will tell what emotional damage may have been done. At the end of the day, she is a child with hormones that she may not fully understand. We were all kids with crushes once, but maybe she now sees that is should have stayed that way. This man should never work with children again as clearly he cannot control himself! My heart goes out to Megan and her family.x
So glad she is safe! If we can't trust our children's teachers (whom we give over "in loco parentis" to on a daily basis!), then who can we trust? At least she appears to be unharmed, but only time will tell what emotional damage may have been done. At the end of the day, she is a child with hormones that she may not fully understand. We were all kids with crushes once, but maybe she now sees that is should have stayed that way. This man should never work with children again as clearly he cannot control himself! My heart goes out to Megan and her family.x Vix1

4:01pm Fri 28 Sep 12

Shoong says...

I'll get a severe pelting for this but... was she ever in any danger..?

(get ready to duck)
I'll get a severe pelting for this but... was she ever in any danger..? (get ready to duck) Shoong

4:04pm Fri 28 Sep 12

Huffter says...

How can she be "missing" if she's been found?
How can she be "missing" if she's been found? Huffter

4:05pm Fri 28 Sep 12

peter.maidment says...

BillyTheKid wrote:
hulla baloo wrote:
BillyTheKid wrote:
hulla baloo wrote:
MATHS TEST: - If a 30 year old teacher takes a 15 year old pupil 120 miles to France at an average speed of 40 miles per hour, how many years will he get in prison?
None if he commits suicide rather than face the rest of his life as a convicted pedophile.

Now your pathetic joke doesn't look so funny, does it ? You sick idiot !
Not meant to be a joke, just asking the question.
You won't fool anyone with that lame excuse, hulla baloney !

Chav comment, top of the pile, designed to set the other idiots off who will follow with similar jokes and puns.

Oh, and no I am not a pedophile sympathiser, which is what someone will say. No matter what mitigating circumstances are eventually put forward at his trial, it would appear at this stage he left the country with an underage child without the consent of her family. And that is both legally and morally wrong.

Whether it turns out that he is a deceitful predator, or simply a foolish, impulsive man, the consequences will be equally severe, and it will be for life. It sends out a clear message to anyone who thinks they can get away with this kind of behaviour.
rightly or wrongly i think hulla baloo was just getting at that he will only get about three years,,,, not in the best taste i know, but the way our legal system works now a days it would not surprise me
[quote][p][bold]BillyTheKid[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]hulla baloo[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]BillyTheKid[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]hulla baloo[/bold] wrote: MATHS TEST: - If a 30 year old teacher takes a 15 year old pupil 120 miles to France at an average speed of 40 miles per hour, how many years will he get in prison?[/p][/quote]None if he commits suicide rather than face the rest of his life as a convicted pedophile. Now your pathetic joke doesn't look so funny, does it ? You sick idiot ![/p][/quote]Not meant to be a joke, just asking the question.[/p][/quote]You won't fool anyone with that lame excuse, hulla baloney ! Chav comment, top of the pile, designed to set the other idiots off who will follow with similar jokes and puns. Oh, and no I am not a pedophile sympathiser, which is what someone will say. No matter what mitigating circumstances are eventually put forward at his trial, it would appear at this stage he left the country with an underage child without the consent of her family. And that is both legally and morally wrong. Whether it turns out that he is a deceitful predator, or simply a foolish, impulsive man, the consequences will be equally severe, and it will be for life. It sends out a clear message to anyone who thinks they can get away with this kind of behaviour.[/p][/quote]rightly or wrongly i think hulla baloo was just getting at that he will only get about three years,,,, not in the best taste i know, but the way our legal system works now a days it would not surprise me peter.maidment

4:09pm Fri 28 Sep 12

Maine Lobster says...

Glad this young girl has been found safe and will be returned to her family.
I have no sympathy for the stupid teacher who thought he could do this, but it was clear this was a teacher/pupil crush situation that got way out of hand some time before they fled..
How it wasn't dealt with before this when they were known to be closer than is appropriate, has to be questionned.
The teacher should have been suspended pending the investigation that was allegedly being udertaken by the school. The head teacher will, I'm sure, be under some pressure in the near future!
Glad this young girl has been found safe and will be returned to her family. I have no sympathy for the stupid teacher who thought he could do this, but it was clear this was a teacher/pupil crush situation that got way out of hand some time before they fled.. How it wasn't dealt with before this when they were known to be closer than is appropriate, has to be questionned. The teacher should have been suspended pending the investigation that was allegedly being udertaken by the school. The head teacher will, I'm sure, be under some pressure in the near future! Maine Lobster

4:12pm Fri 28 Sep 12

sarfhamton says...

Shoong wrote:
I'll get a severe pelting for this but... was she ever in any danger..?

(get ready to duck)
I do think this is all a bit overblown though
[quote][p][bold]Shoong[/bold] wrote: I'll get a severe pelting for this but... was she ever in any danger..? (get ready to duck)[/p][/quote]I do think this is all a bit overblown though sarfhamton

4:19pm Fri 28 Sep 12

Linesman says...

BillyTheKid wrote:
hulla baloo wrote:
MATHS TEST: - If a 30 year old teacher takes a 15 year old pupil 120 miles to France at an average speed of 40 miles per hour, how many years will he get in prison?
None if he commits suicide rather than face the rest of his life as a convicted pedophile.

Now your pathetic joke doesn't look so funny, does it ? You sick idiot !
With your comment, I don't think that you are in a position to call anyone sick.
[quote][p][bold]BillyTheKid[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]hulla baloo[/bold] wrote: MATHS TEST: - If a 30 year old teacher takes a 15 year old pupil 120 miles to France at an average speed of 40 miles per hour, how many years will he get in prison?[/p][/quote]None if he commits suicide rather than face the rest of his life as a convicted pedophile. Now your pathetic joke doesn't look so funny, does it ? You sick idiot ![/p][/quote]With your comment, I don't think that you are in a position to call anyone sick. Linesman

4:26pm Fri 28 Sep 12

Shoong says...

Linesman wrote:
BillyTheKid wrote:
hulla baloo wrote:
MATHS TEST: - If a 30 year old teacher takes a 15 year old pupil 120 miles to France at an average speed of 40 miles per hour, how many years will he get in prison?
None if he commits suicide rather than face the rest of his life as a convicted pedophile.

Now your pathetic joke doesn't look so funny, does it ? You sick idiot !
With your comment, I don't think that you are in a position to call anyone sick.
I wouldn't reply to BTK's comments, it might be the one sends him over the edge. Not joking.
[quote][p][bold]Linesman[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]BillyTheKid[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]hulla baloo[/bold] wrote: MATHS TEST: - If a 30 year old teacher takes a 15 year old pupil 120 miles to France at an average speed of 40 miles per hour, how many years will he get in prison?[/p][/quote]None if he commits suicide rather than face the rest of his life as a convicted pedophile. Now your pathetic joke doesn't look so funny, does it ? You sick idiot ![/p][/quote]With your comment, I don't think that you are in a position to call anyone sick.[/p][/quote]I wouldn't reply to BTK's comments, it might be the one sends him over the edge. Not joking. Shoong

4:39pm Fri 28 Sep 12

freefinker says...

Shoong wrote:
I'll get a severe pelting for this but... was she ever in any danger..?

(get ready to duck)
.. no severe pelting so far.

And you are right (even though you present your thoughts as a question).

Whatever the wrongs and wrongs of this case (I can't see any rights), I doubt she was ever in physical danger.

Never right for a teacher to do what this one has done, but that aside, in other societies (including many within Europe) their respective ages would not present any legal problems.
[quote][p][bold]Shoong[/bold] wrote: I'll get a severe pelting for this but... was she ever in any danger..? (get ready to duck)[/p][/quote].. no severe pelting so far. And you are right (even though you present your thoughts as a question). Whatever the wrongs and wrongs of this case (I can't see any rights), I doubt she was ever in physical danger. Never right for a teacher to do what this one has done, but that aside, in other societies (including many within Europe) their respective ages would not present any legal problems. freefinker

4:47pm Fri 28 Sep 12

BillyTheKid says...

Parents have enough to worry about in connection with their children and the internet, drugs, and bullying without the added concern that their teenage daughter might be whisked away by one of her teachers.

The child is 15, probably in year 11, and should be focussing on her coursework and GCSE exams. How is she going to do that with all this going on, and the teacher's trial proabably coming up just after Christmas ?

I can't imagine what it must be like in that school, or in that local community right now.
Parents have enough to worry about in connection with their children and the internet, drugs, and bullying without the added concern that their teenage daughter might be whisked away by one of her teachers. The child is 15, probably in year 11, and should be focussing on her coursework and GCSE exams. How is she going to do that with all this going on, and the teacher's trial proabably coming up just after Christmas ? I can't imagine what it must be like in that school, or in that local community right now. BillyTheKid

4:51pm Fri 28 Sep 12

Georgem says...

BillyTheKid wrote:
hulla baloo wrote:
MATHS TEST: - If a 30 year old teacher takes a 15 year old pupil 120 miles to France at an average speed of 40 miles per hour, how many years will he get in prison?
None if he commits suicide rather than face the rest of his life as a convicted pedophile.

Now your pathetic joke doesn't look so funny, does it ? You sick idiot !
Nobody cares, Billy.
[quote][p][bold]BillyTheKid[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]hulla baloo[/bold] wrote: MATHS TEST: - If a 30 year old teacher takes a 15 year old pupil 120 miles to France at an average speed of 40 miles per hour, how many years will he get in prison?[/p][/quote]None if he commits suicide rather than face the rest of his life as a convicted pedophile. Now your pathetic joke doesn't look so funny, does it ? You sick idiot ![/p][/quote]Nobody cares, Billy. Georgem

4:51pm Fri 28 Sep 12

Georgem says...

peter.maidment wrote:
BillyTheKid wrote:
hulla baloo wrote:
BillyTheKid wrote:
hulla baloo wrote:
MATHS TEST: - If a 30 year old teacher takes a 15 year old pupil 120 miles to France at an average speed of 40 miles per hour, how many years will he get in prison?
None if he commits suicide rather than face the rest of his life as a convicted pedophile.

Now your pathetic joke doesn't look so funny, does it ? You sick idiot !
Not meant to be a joke, just asking the question.
You won't fool anyone with that lame excuse, hulla baloney !

Chav comment, top of the pile, designed to set the other idiots off who will follow with similar jokes and puns.

Oh, and no I am not a pedophile sympathiser, which is what someone will say. No matter what mitigating circumstances are eventually put forward at his trial, it would appear at this stage he left the country with an underage child without the consent of her family. And that is both legally and morally wrong.

Whether it turns out that he is a deceitful predator, or simply a foolish, impulsive man, the consequences will be equally severe, and it will be for life. It sends out a clear message to anyone who thinks they can get away with this kind of behaviour.
rightly or wrongly i think hulla baloo was just getting at that he will only get about three years,,,, not in the best taste i know, but the way our legal system works now a days it would not surprise me
Billy is just trolling. Ignore him, he's an idiot.
[quote][p][bold]peter.maidment[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]BillyTheKid[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]hulla baloo[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]BillyTheKid[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]hulla baloo[/bold] wrote: MATHS TEST: - If a 30 year old teacher takes a 15 year old pupil 120 miles to France at an average speed of 40 miles per hour, how many years will he get in prison?[/p][/quote]None if he commits suicide rather than face the rest of his life as a convicted pedophile. Now your pathetic joke doesn't look so funny, does it ? You sick idiot ![/p][/quote]Not meant to be a joke, just asking the question.[/p][/quote]You won't fool anyone with that lame excuse, hulla baloney ! Chav comment, top of the pile, designed to set the other idiots off who will follow with similar jokes and puns. Oh, and no I am not a pedophile sympathiser, which is what someone will say. No matter what mitigating circumstances are eventually put forward at his trial, it would appear at this stage he left the country with an underage child without the consent of her family. And that is both legally and morally wrong. Whether it turns out that he is a deceitful predator, or simply a foolish, impulsive man, the consequences will be equally severe, and it will be for life. It sends out a clear message to anyone who thinks they can get away with this kind of behaviour.[/p][/quote]rightly or wrongly i think hulla baloo was just getting at that he will only get about three years,,,, not in the best taste i know, but the way our legal system works now a days it would not surprise me[/p][/quote]Billy is just trolling. Ignore him, he's an idiot. Georgem

4:53pm Fri 28 Sep 12

Georgem says...

BillyTheKid wrote:
Parents have enough to worry about in connection with their children and the internet, drugs, and bullying without the added concern that their teenage daughter might be whisked away by one of her teachers.

The child is 15, probably in year 11, and should be focussing on her coursework and GCSE exams. How is she going to do that with all this going on, and the teacher's trial proabably coming up just after Christmas ?

I can't imagine what it must be like in that school, or in that local community right now.
Of course you can't. That would suggest the presence of an imagination.
[quote][p][bold]BillyTheKid[/bold] wrote: Parents have enough to worry about in connection with their children and the internet, drugs, and bullying without the added concern that their teenage daughter might be whisked away by one of her teachers. The child is 15, probably in year 11, and should be focussing on her coursework and GCSE exams. How is she going to do that with all this going on, and the teacher's trial proabably coming up just after Christmas ? I can't imagine what it must be like in that school, or in that local community right now.[/p][/quote]Of course you can't. That would suggest the presence of an imagination. Georgem

5:00pm Fri 28 Sep 12

Georgem says...

Shoong wrote:
I'll get a severe pelting for this but... was she ever in any danger..?

(get ready to duck)
Well, not danger as such, no.
[quote][p][bold]Shoong[/bold] wrote: I'll get a severe pelting for this but... was she ever in any danger..? (get ready to duck)[/p][/quote]Well, not danger as such, no. Georgem

5:02pm Fri 28 Sep 12

City Saint says...

kingdong41 wrote:
How would anyone feel if it wss there kids? 15 16 17 18 she had gone away i would want mine bk sort it out it aint right is it safety is 1st who do we trust?????? No1 its ourselfs just b glad when she is home safe and not being groomed
Hmmm, you might want to think of a new internet name, since you seem to be on the side of decency in the world.

I don't know which part of town you are from, but in most neighbourhoods your name would be ultra-dodgy, lol.

Of course if you are in fact the regent of some Danish principalilty with an unfortunate name, carry on. Live and let live, and all that.
[quote][p][bold]kingdong41[/bold] wrote: How would anyone feel if it wss there kids? 15 16 17 18 she had gone away i would want mine bk sort it out it aint right is it safety is 1st who do we trust?????? No1 its ourselfs just b glad when she is home safe and not being groomed[/p][/quote]Hmmm, you might want to think of a new internet name, since you seem to be on the side of decency in the world. I don't know which part of town you are from, but in most neighbourhoods your name would be ultra-dodgy, lol. Of course if you are in fact the regent of some Danish principalilty with an unfortunate name, carry on. Live and let live, and all that. City Saint

5:07pm Fri 28 Sep 12

City Saint says...

Georgem wrote:
BillyTheKid wrote: Parents have enough to worry about in connection with their children and the internet, drugs, and bullying without the added concern that their teenage daughter might be whisked away by one of her teachers. The child is 15, probably in year 11, and should be focussing on her coursework and GCSE exams. How is she going to do that with all this going on, and the teacher's trial proabably coming up just after Christmas ? I can't imagine what it must be like in that school, or in that local community right now.
Of course you can't. That would suggest the presence of an imagination.
Good on you, George. All these holier-than-thou pollyannas on the DE website really do put a downer on things.

hulla baloo, very amusing post to open the thread. Nice one.

What would Britain be if stripped of its sense of humour? The Czech Republic?
[quote][p][bold]Georgem[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]BillyTheKid[/bold] wrote: Parents have enough to worry about in connection with their children and the internet, drugs, and bullying without the added concern that their teenage daughter might be whisked away by one of her teachers. The child is 15, probably in year 11, and should be focussing on her coursework and GCSE exams. How is she going to do that with all this going on, and the teacher's trial proabably coming up just after Christmas ? I can't imagine what it must be like in that school, or in that local community right now.[/p][/quote]Of course you can't. That would suggest the presence of an imagination.[/p][/quote]Good on you, George. All these holier-than-thou pollyannas on the DE website really do put a downer on things. hulla baloo, very amusing post to open the thread. Nice one. What would Britain be if stripped of its sense of humour? The Czech Republic? City Saint

5:07pm Fri 28 Sep 12

City Saint says...

Georgem wrote:
BillyTheKid wrote: Parents have enough to worry about in connection with their children and the internet, drugs, and bullying without the added concern that their teenage daughter might be whisked away by one of her teachers. The child is 15, probably in year 11, and should be focussing on her coursework and GCSE exams. How is she going to do that with all this going on, and the teacher's trial proabably coming up just after Christmas ? I can't imagine what it must be like in that school, or in that local community right now.
Of course you can't. That would suggest the presence of an imagination.
Good on you, George. All these holier-than-thou pollyannas on the DE website really do put a downer on things.

hulla baloo, very amusing post to open the thread. Nice one.

What would Britain be if stripped of its sense of humour? The Czech Republic?
[quote][p][bold]Georgem[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]BillyTheKid[/bold] wrote: Parents have enough to worry about in connection with their children and the internet, drugs, and bullying without the added concern that their teenage daughter might be whisked away by one of her teachers. The child is 15, probably in year 11, and should be focussing on her coursework and GCSE exams. How is she going to do that with all this going on, and the teacher's trial proabably coming up just after Christmas ? I can't imagine what it must be like in that school, or in that local community right now.[/p][/quote]Of course you can't. That would suggest the presence of an imagination.[/p][/quote]Good on you, George. All these holier-than-thou pollyannas on the DE website really do put a downer on things. hulla baloo, very amusing post to open the thread. Nice one. What would Britain be if stripped of its sense of humour? The Czech Republic? City Saint

5:16pm Fri 28 Sep 12

Georgem says...

City Saint wrote:
Georgem wrote:
BillyTheKid wrote: Parents have enough to worry about in connection with their children and the internet, drugs, and bullying without the added concern that their teenage daughter might be whisked away by one of her teachers. The child is 15, probably in year 11, and should be focussing on her coursework and GCSE exams. How is she going to do that with all this going on, and the teacher's trial proabably coming up just after Christmas ? I can't imagine what it must be like in that school, or in that local community right now.
Of course you can't. That would suggest the presence of an imagination.
Good on you, George. All these holier-than-thou pollyannas on the DE website really do put a downer on things.

hulla baloo, very amusing post to open the thread. Nice one.

What would Britain be if stripped of its sense of humour? The Czech Republic?
BillyTheKid likes to feign disgust at jokes made in relation to serious subjects. It's one of his favourite drama-generating techniques.

I hope he's feigning, anyway. Most people are perfectly capable of seeing humour in a situation, whilst also accommodating the gravity of it.
[quote][p][bold]City Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Georgem[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]BillyTheKid[/bold] wrote: Parents have enough to worry about in connection with their children and the internet, drugs, and bullying without the added concern that their teenage daughter might be whisked away by one of her teachers. The child is 15, probably in year 11, and should be focussing on her coursework and GCSE exams. How is she going to do that with all this going on, and the teacher's trial proabably coming up just after Christmas ? I can't imagine what it must be like in that school, or in that local community right now.[/p][/quote]Of course you can't. That would suggest the presence of an imagination.[/p][/quote]Good on you, George. All these holier-than-thou pollyannas on the DE website really do put a downer on things. hulla baloo, very amusing post to open the thread. Nice one. What would Britain be if stripped of its sense of humour? The Czech Republic?[/p][/quote]BillyTheKid likes to feign disgust at jokes made in relation to serious subjects. It's one of his favourite drama-generating techniques. I hope he's feigning, anyway. Most people are perfectly capable of seeing humour in a situation, whilst also accommodating the gravity of it. Georgem

5:18pm Fri 28 Sep 12

BillyTheKid says...

City Saint wrote:
Georgem wrote:
BillyTheKid wrote: Parents have enough to worry about in connection with their children and the internet, drugs, and bullying without the added concern that their teenage daughter might be whisked away by one of her teachers. The child is 15, probably in year 11, and should be focussing on her coursework and GCSE exams. How is she going to do that with all this going on, and the teacher's trial proabably coming up just after Christmas ? I can't imagine what it must be like in that school, or in that local community right now.
Of course you can't. That would suggest the presence of an imagination.
Good on you, George. All these holier-than-thou pollyannas on the DE website really do put a downer on things.

hulla baloo, very amusing post to open the thread. Nice one.

What would Britain be if stripped of its sense of humour? The Czech Republic?
What a stupid attitude. Immature, just like that idiot Georgem.

Getting ready to wreck another thread, Georgey, you old girly tart !
[quote][p][bold]City Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Georgem[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]BillyTheKid[/bold] wrote: Parents have enough to worry about in connection with their children and the internet, drugs, and bullying without the added concern that their teenage daughter might be whisked away by one of her teachers. The child is 15, probably in year 11, and should be focussing on her coursework and GCSE exams. How is she going to do that with all this going on, and the teacher's trial proabably coming up just after Christmas ? I can't imagine what it must be like in that school, or in that local community right now.[/p][/quote]Of course you can't. That would suggest the presence of an imagination.[/p][/quote]Good on you, George. All these holier-than-thou pollyannas on the DE website really do put a downer on things. hulla baloo, very amusing post to open the thread. Nice one. What would Britain be if stripped of its sense of humour? The Czech Republic?[/p][/quote]What a stupid attitude. Immature, just like that idiot Georgem. Getting ready to wreck another thread, Georgey, you old girly tart ! BillyTheKid

5:22pm Fri 28 Sep 12

Georgem says...

BillyTheKid wrote:
City Saint wrote:
Georgem wrote:
BillyTheKid wrote: Parents have enough to worry about in connection with their children and the internet, drugs, and bullying without the added concern that their teenage daughter might be whisked away by one of her teachers. The child is 15, probably in year 11, and should be focussing on her coursework and GCSE exams. How is she going to do that with all this going on, and the teacher's trial proabably coming up just after Christmas ? I can't imagine what it must be like in that school, or in that local community right now.
Of course you can't. That would suggest the presence of an imagination.
Good on you, George. All these holier-than-thou pollyannas on the DE website really do put a downer on things.

hulla baloo, very amusing post to open the thread. Nice one.

What would Britain be if stripped of its sense of humour? The Czech Republic?
What a stupid attitude. Immature, just like that idiot Georgem.

Getting ready to wreck another thread, Georgey, you old girly tart !
I don't wreck threads, Billy. That's your trick. It's ALL you do. Oh, you spent a week or two keeping your head down, got left alone just as you asked, but then you presumably ran out of jerking off material and decided it was time for more delicious drama.
[quote][p][bold]BillyTheKid[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]City Saint[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Georgem[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]BillyTheKid[/bold] wrote: Parents have enough to worry about in connection with their children and the internet, drugs, and bullying without the added concern that their teenage daughter might be whisked away by one of her teachers. The child is 15, probably in year 11, and should be focussing on her coursework and GCSE exams. How is she going to do that with all this going on, and the teacher's trial proabably coming up just after Christmas ? I can't imagine what it must be like in that school, or in that local community right now.[/p][/quote]Of course you can't. That would suggest the presence of an imagination.[/p][/quote]Good on you, George. All these holier-than-thou pollyannas on the DE website really do put a downer on things. hulla baloo, very amusing post to open the thread. Nice one. What would Britain be if stripped of its sense of humour? The Czech Republic?[/p][/quote]What a stupid attitude. Immature, just like that idiot Georgem. Getting ready to wreck another thread, Georgey, you old girly tart ![/p][/quote]I don't wreck threads, Billy. That's your trick. It's ALL you do. Oh, you spent a week or two keeping your head down, got left alone just as you asked, but then you presumably ran out of jerking off material and decided it was time for more delicious drama. Georgem

5:29pm Fri 28 Sep 12

MGRA says...

I am not sure why people thought her "safety" was ever in doubt !?!? The stupid teacher eloped with a minor true, but it was not likely in this case that any harm would have come to her. Although having said that , he must have a bit of screw loose to think this was going to end anyway other than the way it has...
I am not sure why people thought her "safety" was ever in doubt !?!? The stupid teacher eloped with a minor true, but it was not likely in this case that any harm would have come to her. Although having said that , he must have a bit of screw loose to think this was going to end anyway other than the way it has... MGRA

5:34pm Fri 28 Sep 12

Georgem says...

MGRA wrote:
I am not sure why people thought her "safety" was ever in doubt !?!? The stupid teacher eloped with a minor true, but it was not likely in this case that any harm would have come to her. Although having said that , he must have a bit of screw loose to think this was going to end anyway other than the way it has...
Well, she's below the age of consent, so legally, technically - but not in reality - she's incapable of consensually indulging in any, err, amorous behaviour with the guy, ergo, any such behaviour would have been forced. Nonsense, really, but like you said, this was never going to end any other way. Nobody's going to say "Well, good luck to the teacher and the pupil he absconded with"
[quote][p][bold]MGRA[/bold] wrote: I am not sure why people thought her "safety" was ever in doubt !?!? The stupid teacher eloped with a minor true, but it was not likely in this case that any harm would have come to her. Although having said that , he must have a bit of screw loose to think this was going to end anyway other than the way it has...[/p][/quote]Well, she's below the age of consent, so legally, technically - but not in reality - she's incapable of consensually indulging in any, err, amorous behaviour with the guy, ergo, any such behaviour would have been forced. Nonsense, really, but like you said, this was never going to end any other way. Nobody's going to say "Well, good luck to the teacher and the pupil he absconded with" Georgem

6:15pm Fri 28 Sep 12

MGRA says...

Georgem wrote:
MGRA wrote:
I am not sure why people thought her "safety" was ever in doubt !?!? The stupid teacher eloped with a minor true, but it was not likely in this case that any harm would have come to her. Although having said that , he must have a bit of screw loose to think this was going to end anyway other than the way it has...
Well, she's below the age of consent, so legally, technically - but not in reality - she's incapable of consensually indulging in any, err, amorous behaviour with the guy, ergo, any such behaviour would have been forced. Nonsense, really, but like you said, this was never going to end any other way. Nobody's going to say "Well, good luck to the teacher and the pupil he absconded with"
this is complicated though because as she is over 14, she is viewed differently under french law.... It would not surprise me if the French have to release him.... I am not sure how European arrest warrants work, if he has committed no crime in France, does the UK have to apply for extradicion ?
[quote][p][bold]Georgem[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]MGRA[/bold] wrote: I am not sure why people thought her "safety" was ever in doubt !?!? The stupid teacher eloped with a minor true, but it was not likely in this case that any harm would have come to her. Although having said that , he must have a bit of screw loose to think this was going to end anyway other than the way it has...[/p][/quote]Well, she's below the age of consent, so legally, technically - but not in reality - she's incapable of consensually indulging in any, err, amorous behaviour with the guy, ergo, any such behaviour would have been forced. Nonsense, really, but like you said, this was never going to end any other way. Nobody's going to say "Well, good luck to the teacher and the pupil he absconded with"[/p][/quote]this is complicated though because as she is over 14, she is viewed differently under french law.... It would not surprise me if the French have to release him.... I am not sure how European arrest warrants work, if he has committed no crime in France, does the UK have to apply for extradicion ? MGRA

6:26pm Fri 28 Sep 12

saint robbie says...

Shoong wrote:
I'll get a severe pelting for this but... was she ever in any danger..? (get ready to duck)
I wonder how many months untill she is 16?? Why didnt they just wait??
[quote][p][bold]Shoong[/bold] wrote: I'll get a severe pelting for this but... was she ever in any danger..? (get ready to duck)[/p][/quote]I wonder how many months untill she is 16?? Why didnt they just wait?? saint robbie

7:10pm Fri 28 Sep 12

J.P.M says...

Billy the kiddy ^**£^$ needs to keep his poisoned opinion to himself
Billy the kiddy ^**£^$ needs to keep his poisoned opinion to himself J.P.M

7:32pm Fri 28 Sep 12

jojotgirl says...

freefinker wrote:
Shoong wrote:
I'll get a severe pelting for this but... was she ever in any danger..?

(get ready to duck)
.. no severe pelting so far.

And you are right (even though you present your thoughts as a question).

Whatever the wrongs and wrongs of this case (I can't see any rights), I doubt she was ever in physical danger.

Never right for a teacher to do what this one has done, but that aside, in other societies (including many within Europe) their respective ages would not present any legal problems.
I don't think she was ever in any danger. I'm glad she's been found but never doubted she would be "safe and well". It's time to hear some proper news now and stop glorifying a naughty little girl and her perv teachers flight of fancy day in, day out. I'm afraid that as a mother of teenagers I just don't buy that she didn't know that her own behaviour as much as the perv teacher's was completely unacceptable.
[quote][p][bold]freefinker[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Shoong[/bold] wrote: I'll get a severe pelting for this but... was she ever in any danger..? (get ready to duck)[/p][/quote].. no severe pelting so far. And you are right (even though you present your thoughts as a question). Whatever the wrongs and wrongs of this case (I can't see any rights), I doubt she was ever in physical danger. Never right for a teacher to do what this one has done, but that aside, in other societies (including many within Europe) their respective ages would not present any legal problems.[/p][/quote]I don't think she was ever in any danger. I'm glad she's been found but never doubted she would be "safe and well". It's time to hear some proper news now and stop glorifying a naughty little girl and her perv teachers flight of fancy day in, day out. I'm afraid that as a mother of teenagers I just don't buy that she didn't know that her own behaviour as much as the perv teacher's was completely unacceptable. jojotgirl

7:34pm Fri 28 Sep 12

OSPREYSAINT says...

You couldn't write this stuff could you? Hang on a minute Romeo and Juliet? Similar.
You couldn't write this stuff could you? Hang on a minute Romeo and Juliet? Similar. OSPREYSAINT

7:46pm Fri 28 Sep 12

on the rocks says...

It must be a slow time with the news.

They have arrested the guy for abduction, that is taking someone by force or deception.
But she wasn't taken by force and she will have known what she was doing all along.
If she were 5 years-old then she wouldn't know but the girl is 15. In a few months they could have cleared off and stuck 2 fingers up at the world.

She was never in danger so why the media puts she is now safe is unclear.

Why didn't and why doesn't the media report all the gang rapes on girls as young as 10, instead of pretending it isn't happening in case it might cause interracial unrest.

The girl will have wanted to go with this bloke.
He was dumb to have done it, if they were so keen they should have waited a few months until she was 16.
He isn't a paedophile, he just stupid.
It must be a slow time with the news. They have arrested the guy for abduction, that is taking someone by force or deception. But she wasn't taken by force and she will have known what she was doing all along. If she were 5 years-old then she wouldn't know but the girl is 15. In a few months they could have cleared off and stuck 2 fingers up at the world. She was never in danger so why the media puts she is now safe is unclear. Why didn't and why doesn't the media report all the gang rapes on girls as young as 10, instead of pretending it isn't happening in case it might cause interracial unrest. The girl will have wanted to go with this bloke. He was dumb to have done it, if they were so keen they should have waited a few months until she was 16. He isn't a paedophile, he just stupid. on the rocks

7:52pm Fri 28 Sep 12

skin2000 says...

on the rocks wrote:
It must be a slow time with the news.

They have arrested the guy for abduction, that is taking someone by force or deception.
But she wasn't taken by force and she will have known what she was doing all along.
If she were 5 years-old then she wouldn't know but the girl is 15. In a few months they could have cleared off and stuck 2 fingers up at the world.

She was never in danger so why the media puts she is now safe is unclear.

Why didn't and why doesn't the media report all the gang rapes on girls as young as 10, instead of pretending it isn't happening in case it might cause interracial unrest.

The girl will have wanted to go with this bloke.
He was dumb to have done it, if they were so keen they should have waited a few months until she was 16.
He isn't a paedophile, he just stupid.
I think that you are totally right
[quote][p][bold]on the rocks[/bold] wrote: It must be a slow time with the news. They have arrested the guy for abduction, that is taking someone by force or deception. But she wasn't taken by force and she will have known what she was doing all along. If she were 5 years-old then she wouldn't know but the girl is 15. In a few months they could have cleared off and stuck 2 fingers up at the world. She was never in danger so why the media puts she is now safe is unclear. Why didn't and why doesn't the media report all the gang rapes on girls as young as 10, instead of pretending it isn't happening in case it might cause interracial unrest. The girl will have wanted to go with this bloke. He was dumb to have done it, if they were so keen they should have waited a few months until she was 16. He isn't a paedophile, he just stupid.[/p][/quote]I think that you are totally right skin2000

7:54pm Fri 28 Sep 12

J.P.M says...

skin2000 wrote:
on the rocks wrote:
It must be a slow time with the news.

They have arrested the guy for abduction, that is taking someone by force or deception.
But she wasn't taken by force and she will have known what she was doing all along.
If she were 5 years-old then she wouldn't know but the girl is 15. In a few months they could have cleared off and stuck 2 fingers up at the world.

She was never in danger so why the media puts she is now safe is unclear.

Why didn't and why doesn't the media report all the gang rapes on girls as young as 10, instead of pretending it isn't happening in case it might cause interracial unrest.

The girl will have wanted to go with this bloke.
He was dumb to have done it, if they were so keen they should have waited a few months until she was 16.
He isn't a paedophile, he just stupid.
I think that you are totally right
P55d0 luvver?
[quote][p][bold]skin2000[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]on the rocks[/bold] wrote: It must be a slow time with the news. They have arrested the guy for abduction, that is taking someone by force or deception. But she wasn't taken by force and she will have known what she was doing all along. If she were 5 years-old then she wouldn't know but the girl is 15. In a few months they could have cleared off and stuck 2 fingers up at the world. She was never in danger so why the media puts she is now safe is unclear. Why didn't and why doesn't the media report all the gang rapes on girls as young as 10, instead of pretending it isn't happening in case it might cause interracial unrest. The girl will have wanted to go with this bloke. He was dumb to have done it, if they were so keen they should have waited a few months until she was 16. He isn't a paedophile, he just stupid.[/p][/quote]I think that you are totally right[/p][/quote]P55d0 luvver? J.P.M

8:08pm Fri 28 Sep 12

skin2000 says...

J.P.M wrote:
skin2000 wrote:
on the rocks wrote:
It must be a slow time with the news.

They have arrested the guy for abduction, that is taking someone by force or deception.
But she wasn't taken by force and she will have known what she was doing all along.
If she were 5 years-old then she wouldn't know but the girl is 15. In a few months they could have cleared off and stuck 2 fingers up at the world.

She was never in danger so why the media puts she is now safe is unclear.

Why didn't and why doesn't the media report all the gang rapes on girls as young as 10, instead of pretending it isn't happening in case it might cause interracial unrest.

The girl will have wanted to go with this bloke.
He was dumb to have done it, if they were so keen they should have waited a few months until she was 16.
He isn't a paedophile, he just stupid.
I think that you are totally right
P55d0 luvver?
No
[quote][p][bold]J.P.M[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]skin2000[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]on the rocks[/bold] wrote: It must be a slow time with the news. They have arrested the guy for abduction, that is taking someone by force or deception. But she wasn't taken by force and she will have known what she was doing all along. If she were 5 years-old then she wouldn't know but the girl is 15. In a few months they could have cleared off and stuck 2 fingers up at the world. She was never in danger so why the media puts she is now safe is unclear. Why didn't and why doesn't the media report all the gang rapes on girls as young as 10, instead of pretending it isn't happening in case it might cause interracial unrest. The girl will have wanted to go with this bloke. He was dumb to have done it, if they were so keen they should have waited a few months until she was 16. He isn't a paedophile, he just stupid.[/p][/quote]I think that you are totally right[/p][/quote]P55d0 luvver?[/p][/quote]No skin2000

8:09pm Fri 28 Sep 12

Brite Spark says...

As a maths teacher he was possibly showing her how many times 30 goes into 15!
As a maths teacher he was possibly showing her how many times 30 goes into 15! Brite Spark

8:56pm Fri 28 Sep 12

MGRA says...

Brite Spark wrote:
As a maths teacher he was possibly showing her how many times 30 goes into 15!
that will be a half..... or the amount of time of his sentence he will actually serve....
[quote][p][bold]Brite Spark[/bold] wrote: As a maths teacher he was possibly showing her how many times 30 goes into 15![/p][/quote]that will be a half..... or the amount of time of his sentence he will actually serve.... MGRA

9:50pm Fri 28 Sep 12

Georgem says...

OSPREYSAINT wrote:
You couldn't write this stuff could you? Hang on a minute Romeo and Juliet? Similar.
Not really, no.
[quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: You couldn't write this stuff could you? Hang on a minute Romeo and Juliet? Similar.[/p][/quote]Not really, no. Georgem

9:51pm Fri 28 Sep 12

Georgem says...

J.P.M wrote:
skin2000 wrote:
on the rocks wrote:
It must be a slow time with the news.

They have arrested the guy for abduction, that is taking someone by force or deception.
But she wasn't taken by force and she will have known what she was doing all along.
If she were 5 years-old then she wouldn't know but the girl is 15. In a few months they could have cleared off and stuck 2 fingers up at the world.

She was never in danger so why the media puts she is now safe is unclear.

Why didn't and why doesn't the media report all the gang rapes on girls as young as 10, instead of pretending it isn't happening in case it might cause interracial unrest.

The girl will have wanted to go with this bloke.
He was dumb to have done it, if they were so keen they should have waited a few months until she was 16.
He isn't a paedophile, he just stupid.
I think that you are totally right
P55d0 luvver?
Do you even know what that word means?
[quote][p][bold]J.P.M[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]skin2000[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]on the rocks[/bold] wrote: It must be a slow time with the news. They have arrested the guy for abduction, that is taking someone by force or deception. But she wasn't taken by force and she will have known what she was doing all along. If she were 5 years-old then she wouldn't know but the girl is 15. In a few months they could have cleared off and stuck 2 fingers up at the world. She was never in danger so why the media puts she is now safe is unclear. Why didn't and why doesn't the media report all the gang rapes on girls as young as 10, instead of pretending it isn't happening in case it might cause interracial unrest. The girl will have wanted to go with this bloke. He was dumb to have done it, if they were so keen they should have waited a few months until she was 16. He isn't a paedophile, he just stupid.[/p][/quote]I think that you are totally right[/p][/quote]P55d0 luvver?[/p][/quote]Do you even know what that word means? Georgem

10:13pm Fri 28 Sep 12

J.P.M says...

Georgem wrote:
J.P.M wrote:
skin2000 wrote:
on the rocks wrote:
It must be a slow time with the news.

They have arrested the guy for abduction, that is taking someone by force or deception.
But she wasn't taken by force and she will have known what she was doing all along.
If she were 5 years-old then she wouldn't know but the girl is 15. In a few months they could have cleared off and stuck 2 fingers up at the world.

She was never in danger so why the media puts she is now safe is unclear.

Why didn't and why doesn't the media report all the gang rapes on girls as young as 10, instead of pretending it isn't happening in case it might cause interracial unrest.

The girl will have wanted to go with this bloke.
He was dumb to have done it, if they were so keen they should have waited a few months until she was 16.
He isn't a paedophile, he just stupid.
I think that you are totally right
P55d0 luvver?
Do you even know what that word means?
Noy by experience - are you going to teach me big boy?
[quote][p][bold]Georgem[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]J.P.M[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]skin2000[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]on the rocks[/bold] wrote: It must be a slow time with the news. They have arrested the guy for abduction, that is taking someone by force or deception. But she wasn't taken by force and she will have known what she was doing all along. If she were 5 years-old then she wouldn't know but the girl is 15. In a few months they could have cleared off and stuck 2 fingers up at the world. She was never in danger so why the media puts she is now safe is unclear. Why didn't and why doesn't the media report all the gang rapes on girls as young as 10, instead of pretending it isn't happening in case it might cause interracial unrest. The girl will have wanted to go with this bloke. He was dumb to have done it, if they were so keen they should have waited a few months until she was 16. He isn't a paedophile, he just stupid.[/p][/quote]I think that you are totally right[/p][/quote]P55d0 luvver?[/p][/quote]Do you even know what that word means?[/p][/quote]Noy by experience - are you going to teach me big boy? J.P.M

10:22pm Fri 28 Sep 12

Vix1 says...

any man/woman who has sex with a minor is a paedophile!! There is NEVER an excuse, whether she consented or not!! It's about time Britain got itself a moral backbone!
any man/woman who has sex with a minor is a paedophile!! There is NEVER an excuse, whether she consented or not!! It's about time Britain got itself a moral backbone! Vix1

12:22am Sat 29 Sep 12

Laura85 says...

She obviously is in love/**** with the teacher to willingly go away with him, i cant imagine her being overly happy with her parents its all going to end in tears. They should have waited until she was 16.
She obviously is in love/**** with the teacher to willingly go away with him, i cant imagine her being overly happy with her parents its all going to end in tears. They should have waited until she was 16. Laura85

1:15am Sat 29 Sep 12

Georgem says...

Vix1 wrote:
any man/woman who has sex with a minor is a paedophile!! There is NEVER an excuse, whether she consented or not!! It's about time Britain got itself a moral backbone!
Incorrect.
[quote][p][bold]Vix1[/bold] wrote: any man/woman who has sex with a minor is a paedophile!! There is NEVER an excuse, whether she consented or not!! It's about time Britain got itself a moral backbone![/p][/quote]Incorrect. Georgem

5:37am Sat 29 Sep 12

dogbruce says...

she looks 15 in this picture but in various other papers her pictures are far more revealing she could pass off as 22 !I agree should of waited till she was 16 .She was never in danger.....
Feel sorry for the pair of them
she looks 15 in this picture but in various other papers her pictures are far more revealing she could pass off as 22 !I agree should of waited till she was 16 .She was never in danger..... Feel sorry for the pair of them dogbruce

8:17am Sat 29 Sep 12

OSPREYSAINT says...

Georgem wrote:
OSPREYSAINT wrote:
You couldn't write this stuff could you? Hang on a minute Romeo and Juliet? Similar.
Not really, no.
Better ending hopefully.
[quote][p][bold]Georgem[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]OSPREYSAINT[/bold] wrote: You couldn't write this stuff could you? Hang on a minute Romeo and Juliet? Similar.[/p][/quote]Not really, no.[/p][/quote]Better ending hopefully. OSPREYSAINT

10:11am Sat 29 Sep 12

Scrutinizer says...

Georgem wrote:
J.P.M wrote:
Georgem wrote:
J.P.M wrote:
skin2000 wrote:
on the rocks wrote: It must be a slow time with the news. They have arrested the guy for abduction, that is taking someone by force or deception. But she wasn't taken by force and she will have known what she was doing all along. If she were 5 years-old then she wouldn't know but the girl is 15. In a few months they could have cleared off and stuck 2 fingers up at the world. She was never in danger so why the media puts she is now safe is unclear. Why didn't and why doesn't the media report all the gang rapes on girls as young as 10, instead of pretending it isn't happening in case it might cause interracial unrest. The girl will have wanted to go with this bloke. He was dumb to have done it, if they were so keen they should have waited a few months until she was 16. He isn't a paedophile, he just stupid.
I think that you are totally right
P55d0 luvver?
Do you even know what that word means?
Noy by experience - are you going to teach me big boy?
Sure. Bend over, oh, and bite on this cos I'm going in dry, and repeat after me "Paedophilia is sexual attraction to pre-pubescent children". It does amuse me when people loudly demonstrate that they learn most of their vocabulary from tabloid papers.
Firstly, the teacher should not have allowed himself to have got into this situation. He's clearly broken British law, the school rules etc, and that is plain. Now, as to whether he should be treated the same as if this girl was say, 13, no, not in my view. I can't imagine even the so-called experts believing that this girl, at age 15, is going to be significantly any more mature of body/and or mind in a few months, when she will be 16, to make a difference to the extent to how she is/would be affected. So, I do think that should be taken into account when he is sentenced. However, I believe he really must be punished with a fairly severe sentence, on account of his obvious contravention of the law as it presently stands, and also because trust is absolutely vital in a teacher-pupil-parent
-school relationship.
[quote][p][bold]Georgem[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]J.P.M[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Georgem[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]J.P.M[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]skin2000[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]on the rocks[/bold] wrote: It must be a slow time with the news. They have arrested the guy for abduction, that is taking someone by force or deception. But she wasn't taken by force and she will have known what she was doing all along. If she were 5 years-old then she wouldn't know but the girl is 15. In a few months they could have cleared off and stuck 2 fingers up at the world. She was never in danger so why the media puts she is now safe is unclear. Why didn't and why doesn't the media report all the gang rapes on girls as young as 10, instead of pretending it isn't happening in case it might cause interracial unrest. The girl will have wanted to go with this bloke. He was dumb to have done it, if they were so keen they should have waited a few months until she was 16. He isn't a paedophile, he just stupid.[/p][/quote]I think that you are totally right[/p][/quote]P55d0 luvver?[/p][/quote]Do you even know what that word means?[/p][/quote]Noy by experience - are you going to teach me big boy?[/p][/quote]Sure. Bend over, oh, and bite on this cos I'm going in dry, and repeat after me "Paedophilia is sexual attraction to pre-pubescent children". It does amuse me when people loudly demonstrate that they learn most of their vocabulary from tabloid papers.[/p][/quote]Firstly, the teacher should not have allowed himself to have got into this situation. He's clearly broken British law, the school rules etc, and that is plain. Now, as to whether he should be treated the same as if this girl was say, 13, no, not in my view. I can't imagine even the so-called experts believing that this girl, at age 15, is going to be significantly any more mature of body/and or mind in a few months, when she will be 16, to make a difference to the extent to how she is/would be affected. So, I do think that should be taken into account when he is sentenced. However, I believe he really must be punished with a fairly severe sentence, on account of his obvious contravention of the law as it presently stands, and also because trust is absolutely vital in a teacher-pupil-parent -school relationship. Scrutinizer

10:33am Sat 29 Sep 12

Beer Monster says...

saint robbie wrote:
Shoong wrote:
I'll get a severe pelting for this but... was she ever in any danger..? (get ready to duck)
I wonder how many months untill she is 16?? Why didnt they just wait??
I believe that the situation had become so renowned in the community in which they lived that he was about to lose his job on principle. It was an act of desperation.

Glad to hear she's okay, but the thing that gets me is that her parents didn't seem to mind what was going on (before they left the country) - not once had they called on the UK Police to claim that she had been kidnapped, and hence they could have issued an arrest warrant. Sounds silly I know, but maybe they had been willing to let them get on with it once she'd hit 16.
[quote][p][bold]saint robbie[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Shoong[/bold] wrote: I'll get a severe pelting for this but... was she ever in any danger..? (get ready to duck)[/p][/quote]I wonder how many months untill she is 16?? Why didnt they just wait??[/p][/quote]I believe that the situation had become so renowned in the community in which they lived that he was about to lose his job on principle. It was an act of desperation. Glad to hear she's okay, but the thing that gets me is that her parents didn't seem to mind what was going on (before they left the country) - not once had they called on the UK Police to claim that she had been kidnapped, and hence they could have issued an arrest warrant. Sounds silly I know, but maybe they had been willing to let them get on with it once she'd hit 16. Beer Monster

10:53am Sat 29 Sep 12

Beer Monster says...

*hence they couldn't issue a warrant of arrest.

Just read that sentence back and realised that it doesn't make sense. Apologies grammar police.
*hence they couldn't issue a warrant of arrest. Just read that sentence back and realised that it doesn't make sense. Apologies grammar police. Beer Monster

11:40am Sat 29 Sep 12

Georgem says...

Scrutinizer wrote:
Georgem wrote:
J.P.M wrote:
Georgem wrote:
J.P.M wrote:
skin2000 wrote:
on the rocks wrote: It must be a slow time with the news. They have arrested the guy for abduction, that is taking someone by force or deception. But she wasn't taken by force and she will have known what she was doing all along. If she were 5 years-old then she wouldn't know but the girl is 15. In a few months they could have cleared off and stuck 2 fingers up at the world. She was never in danger so why the media puts she is now safe is unclear. Why didn't and why doesn't the media report all the gang rapes on girls as young as 10, instead of pretending it isn't happening in case it might cause interracial unrest. The girl will have wanted to go with this bloke. He was dumb to have done it, if they were so keen they should have waited a few months until she was 16. He isn't a paedophile, he just stupid.
I think that you are totally right
P55d0 luvver?
Do you even know what that word means?
Noy by experience - are you going to teach me big boy?
Sure. Bend over, oh, and bite on this cos I'm going in dry, and repeat after me "Paedophilia is sexual attraction to pre-pubescent children". It does amuse me when people loudly demonstrate that they learn most of their vocabulary from tabloid papers.
Firstly, the teacher should not have allowed himself to have got into this situation. He's clearly broken British law, the school rules etc, and that is plain. Now, as to whether he should be treated the same as if this girl was say, 13, no, not in my view. I can't imagine even the so-called experts believing that this girl, at age 15, is going to be significantly any more mature of body/and or mind in a few months, when she will be 16, to make a difference to the extent to how she is/would be affected. So, I do think that should be taken into account when he is sentenced. However, I believe he really must be punished with a fairly severe sentence, on account of his obvious contravention of the law as it presently stands, and also because trust is absolutely vital in a teacher-pupil-parent

-school relationship.
Agreed.
[quote][p][bold]Scrutinizer[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Georgem[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]J.P.M[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Georgem[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]J.P.M[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]skin2000[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]on the rocks[/bold] wrote: It must be a slow time with the news. They have arrested the guy for abduction, that is taking someone by force or deception. But she wasn't taken by force and she will have known what she was doing all along. If she were 5 years-old then she wouldn't know but the girl is 15. In a few months they could have cleared off and stuck 2 fingers up at the world. She was never in danger so why the media puts she is now safe is unclear. Why didn't and why doesn't the media report all the gang rapes on girls as young as 10, instead of pretending it isn't happening in case it might cause interracial unrest. The girl will have wanted to go with this bloke. He was dumb to have done it, if they were so keen they should have waited a few months until she was 16. He isn't a paedophile, he just stupid.[/p][/quote]I think that you are totally right[/p][/quote]P55d0 luvver?[/p][/quote]Do you even know what that word means?[/p][/quote]Noy by experience - are you going to teach me big boy?[/p][/quote]Sure. Bend over, oh, and bite on this cos I'm going in dry, and repeat after me "Paedophilia is sexual attraction to pre-pubescent children". It does amuse me when people loudly demonstrate that they learn most of their vocabulary from tabloid papers.[/p][/quote]Firstly, the teacher should not have allowed himself to have got into this situation. He's clearly broken British law, the school rules etc, and that is plain. Now, as to whether he should be treated the same as if this girl was say, 13, no, not in my view. I can't imagine even the so-called experts believing that this girl, at age 15, is going to be significantly any more mature of body/and or mind in a few months, when she will be 16, to make a difference to the extent to how she is/would be affected. So, I do think that should be taken into account when he is sentenced. However, I believe he really must be punished with a fairly severe sentence, on account of his obvious contravention of the law as it presently stands, and also because trust is absolutely vital in a teacher-pupil-parent -school relationship.[/p][/quote]Agreed. Georgem

12:18pm Sat 29 Sep 12

J.P.M says...

Georgem wrote:
Vix1 wrote:
any man/woman who has sex with a minor is a paedophile!! There is NEVER an excuse, whether she consented or not!! It's about time Britain got itself a moral backbone!
Incorrect.
YES IT IS CORRECT - AND YOU NEED TO STOP HIDING IN YOUR PERVERTED WORLD OF FANTASY
[quote][p][bold]Georgem[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Vix1[/bold] wrote: any man/woman who has sex with a minor is a paedophile!! There is NEVER an excuse, whether she consented or not!! It's about time Britain got itself a moral backbone![/p][/quote]Incorrect.[/p][/quote]YES IT IS CORRECT - AND YOU NEED TO STOP HIDING IN YOUR PERVERTED WORLD OF FANTASY J.P.M

1:03pm Sat 29 Sep 12

Georgem says...

J.P.M wrote:
Georgem wrote:
Vix1 wrote:
any man/woman who has sex with a minor is a paedophile!! There is NEVER an excuse, whether she consented or not!! It's about time Britain got itself a moral backbone!
Incorrect.
YES IT IS CORRECT - AND YOU NEED TO STOP HIDING IN YOUR PERVERTED WORLD OF FANTASY
Good, good, let all that pent up rage out. You'll feel better.
[quote][p][bold]J.P.M[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Georgem[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Vix1[/bold] wrote: any man/woman who has sex with a minor is a paedophile!! There is NEVER an excuse, whether she consented or not!! It's about time Britain got itself a moral backbone![/p][/quote]Incorrect.[/p][/quote]YES IT IS CORRECT - AND YOU NEED TO STOP HIDING IN YOUR PERVERTED WORLD OF FANTASY[/p][/quote]Good, good, let all that pent up rage out. You'll feel better. Georgem

2:50pm Sat 29 Sep 12

Georgem says...

Some weird, obsessed, creepy individuals on this site these days.
Some weird, obsessed, creepy individuals on this site these days. Georgem

9:24pm Sat 29 Sep 12

Shoong says...

BillyTheKid wrote:
Georgem deliberately throws spanners in the works to get attention. Look how many posts he's made here, none of which make any valid point.

This is my last week-end on this site. Wonder who Georgem will pick on next ? Oh look, everybody ! He's already started on JPM !

Good luck, JPM ! It'll be fine as long as you can cope when his little friends join in, highjack the thread, and try to blame you. And watch out for Doctor Shoong predicting your imminent mental collapse !

In some ways I shall miss this site, but it is beginning to take up too much time.

By the way, JPM, Georgem hates to be called BIGELOW ! Mr Bigelow is the dwarf in Ray Bradbury's story who visits a hall of mirrors regularly because it makes him look normal and feel better about himself.

And poor old Georgem does NEED to feel better about himself, everybody. He's had a tough week with ole Billy giving him hell, and taking the attention away that he so desperately wants.

I wonder if Georgem has got the strength of character to ignore my post, like he keeps advising everyone else to do ?
Yay, I have a fan!
[quote][p][bold]BillyTheKid[/bold] wrote: Georgem deliberately throws spanners in the works to get attention. Look how many posts he's made here, none of which make any valid point. This is my last week-end on this site. Wonder who Georgem will pick on next ? Oh look, everybody ! He's already started on JPM ! Good luck, JPM ! It'll be fine as long as you can cope when his little friends join in, highjack the thread, and try to blame you. And watch out for Doctor Shoong predicting your imminent mental collapse ! In some ways I shall miss this site, but it is beginning to take up too much time. By the way, JPM, Georgem hates to be called BIGELOW ! Mr Bigelow is the dwarf in Ray Bradbury's story who visits a hall of mirrors regularly because it makes him look normal and feel better about himself. And poor old Georgem does NEED to feel better about himself, everybody. He's had a tough week with ole Billy giving him hell, and taking the attention away that he so desperately wants. I wonder if Georgem has got the strength of character to ignore my post, like he keeps advising everyone else to do ?[/p][/quote]Yay, I have a fan! Shoong

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