Wayne Stephenson used Facebook to groom 15-year-old girl for sex

Wayne Stephenson

Wayne Stephenson

First published in Crime

A HAMPSHIRE man groomed a schoolgirl for sex over the Internet.

Wayne Stephenson, pictured above, used the social network site Facebook to try to lure the girl, who was then 15, a court was told.

Today the 34-year-old is beginning two years in jail after it was revealed how the pair exchanged numerous messages over the Internet.

Many of the messages were explicitly sexual, the court heard.

Prosecuting, Kerry Maylin told Winchester Crown Court that he had also kissed her on the mouth.

Stephenson, of High Street, Hamble , admitted sexual assault and inciting a child to engage in sexual activity.

Sentencing, judge Mr Recorder Jonathan Fuller QC said: “You used Facebook to groom her. The grooming only had one object, to have sexual relations with this 15-year-old girl.

“Her responses are typically the confused and sometimes unpredictable responses that should be expected of an emotional and immature teenager.

“She was almost of the age of consent but she was emotionally immature for her age. You were fully aware of her age.”

Stephenson encouraged her to delete all the messages to reduce the chance of him being caught, the court heard.

The court was told that Stephenson broke off contact with the girl, for a reason not explained in court, and sexual activity never took place.

But the matter came to light a few months later when the girl went missing from home and her parents found letters in her room. She cannot be named for legal reasons.

Richard Martin, mitigating, said: “He accepts he behaved inappropriately and his remorse continues to this day. He realised he had done something wrong and he stopped.”

He added that Stephenson had a distinguished seven-year service in the Royal Navy leaving in 2007.

For the incitement offence Stephenson was jailed for two years. For the assault he was jailed for three months to run concurrently. The judge ordered the licence period for when Stephenson is released to be extended for two years.

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8:27am Thu 27 Sep 12

Over the Edge says...

Good, one more sicko off the street for a year at least.
Good, one more sicko off the street for a year at least. Over the Edge
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9:36am Thu 27 Sep 12

Goldenwight says...

No doubt a well thought out and justified treatment.

What about this girl, though? This came to light a few months later when she went missing from home- with whom? Not Stephenson, it appears. And why was the relationship broken off- not revealed in Court.

Obviously these points were not considered relevant to the decision itself, but they would be of interest to the public in general. Regrettably, the "lock em up and throw away the key" brigade and the "make all sex offenders lives hell forever" brigard are generally too stupid to understand, but the rest of us would have been interested.
No doubt a well thought out and justified treatment. What about this girl, though? This came to light a few months later when she went missing from home- with whom? Not Stephenson, it appears. And why was the relationship broken off- not revealed in Court. Obviously these points were not considered relevant to the decision itself, but they would be of interest to the public in general. Regrettably, the "lock em up and throw away the key" brigade and the "make all sex offenders lives hell forever" brigard are generally too stupid to understand, but the rest of us would have been interested. Goldenwight
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10:42am Thu 27 Sep 12

Dasal says...

Goldenwight wrote:
No doubt a well thought out and justified treatment. What about this girl, though? This came to light a few months later when she went missing from home- with whom? Not Stephenson, it appears. And why was the relationship broken off- not revealed in Court. Obviously these points were not considered relevant to the decision itself, but they would be of interest to the public in general. Regrettably, the "lock em up and throw away the key" brigade and the "make all sex offenders lives hell forever" brigard are generally too stupid to understand, but the rest of us would have been interested.
Why would those points been of any interest in sentencing this - and I hesitate to use this - man?

The very fact that he did it is enough to justify the punishment, regardless of what the girl did next. Have you stopped to think that maybe,just maybe the girl was emotionally unstable following his grooming ?
[quote][p][bold]Goldenwight[/bold] wrote: No doubt a well thought out and justified treatment. What about this girl, though? This came to light a few months later when she went missing from home- with whom? Not Stephenson, it appears. And why was the relationship broken off- not revealed in Court. Obviously these points were not considered relevant to the decision itself, but they would be of interest to the public in general. Regrettably, the "lock em up and throw away the key" brigade and the "make all sex offenders lives hell forever" brigard are generally too stupid to understand, but the rest of us would have been interested.[/p][/quote]Why would those points been of any interest in sentencing this - and I hesitate to use this - man? The very fact that he did it is enough to justify the punishment, regardless of what the girl did next. Have you stopped to think that maybe,just maybe the girl was emotionally unstable following his grooming ? Dasal
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11:12am Thu 27 Sep 12

Georgem says...

Dasal wrote:
Goldenwight wrote:
No doubt a well thought out and justified treatment. What about this girl, though? This came to light a few months later when she went missing from home- with whom? Not Stephenson, it appears. And why was the relationship broken off- not revealed in Court. Obviously these points were not considered relevant to the decision itself, but they would be of interest to the public in general. Regrettably, the "lock em up and throw away the key" brigade and the "make all sex offenders lives hell forever" brigard are generally too stupid to understand, but the rest of us would have been interested.
Why would those points been of any interest in sentencing this - and I hesitate to use this - man?

The very fact that he did it is enough to justify the punishment, regardless of what the girl did next. Have you stopped to think that maybe,just maybe the girl was emotionally unstable following his grooming ?
Yet miraculously, had he waited a few months, he'd have done nothing wrong in the eyes of the law, even though she would basically still be the same vulnerable person.

I don't know what the solution actually is, but clearly pretending that we all magically become sexually and emotionally mature at the exact same age is a load of nonsense. If he had slept with her the night before her sixteenth birthday, he'd be a sex offender, but not if he'd waited a day longer. Tell me that makes any sense at all.
[quote][p][bold]Dasal[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Goldenwight[/bold] wrote: No doubt a well thought out and justified treatment. What about this girl, though? This came to light a few months later when she went missing from home- with whom? Not Stephenson, it appears. And why was the relationship broken off- not revealed in Court. Obviously these points were not considered relevant to the decision itself, but they would be of interest to the public in general. Regrettably, the "lock em up and throw away the key" brigade and the "make all sex offenders lives hell forever" brigard are generally too stupid to understand, but the rest of us would have been interested.[/p][/quote]Why would those points been of any interest in sentencing this - and I hesitate to use this - man? The very fact that he did it is enough to justify the punishment, regardless of what the girl did next. Have you stopped to think that maybe,just maybe the girl was emotionally unstable following his grooming ?[/p][/quote]Yet miraculously, had he waited a few months, he'd have done nothing wrong in the eyes of the law, even though she would basically still be the same vulnerable person. I don't know what the solution actually is, but clearly pretending that we all magically become sexually and emotionally mature at the exact same age is a load of nonsense. If he had slept with her the night before her sixteenth birthday, he'd be a sex offender, but not if he'd waited a day longer. Tell me that makes any sense at all. Georgem
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11:53am Thu 27 Sep 12

Shoong says...

Good point, the Megan Stammer case for example, in France he's done nothing wrong according to the law when it comes to a sexual relationship.

Perhaps if he was French with a 15 year old girl he'd be getting a big pat on the back from his mates down the pub.

Loving The Sun's moral crusade on this one by the way, of course it's nothing to do with getting to her first for a front and centre page story.
Good point, the Megan Stammer case for example, in France he's done nothing wrong according to the law when it comes to a sexual relationship. Perhaps if he was French with a 15 year old girl he'd be getting a big pat on the back from his mates down the pub. Loving The Sun's moral crusade on this one by the way, of course it's nothing to do with getting to her first for a front and centre page story. Shoong
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12:32pm Thu 27 Sep 12

userds5050 says...

Shoong wrote:
Good point, the Megan Stammer case for example, in France he's done nothing wrong according to the law when it comes to a sexual relationship.

Perhaps if he was French with a 15 year old girl he'd be getting a big pat on the back from his mates down the pub.

Loving The Sun's moral crusade on this one by the way, of course it's nothing to do with getting to her first for a front and centre page story.
I think you're missing the point that he's her teacher and in a position of trust. It's against the law in this country for any teacher to have a relationship with a student under the age of 18. This has been going on allegedly since she was 14 which is why the UK police were investigating it. Agree with you about the Sun though. Probably counting down the days to put her on page 3.
[quote][p][bold]Shoong[/bold] wrote: Good point, the Megan Stammer case for example, in France he's done nothing wrong according to the law when it comes to a sexual relationship. Perhaps if he was French with a 15 year old girl he'd be getting a big pat on the back from his mates down the pub. Loving The Sun's moral crusade on this one by the way, of course it's nothing to do with getting to her first for a front and centre page story.[/p][/quote]I think you're missing the point that he's her teacher and in a position of trust. It's against the law in this country for any teacher to have a relationship with a student under the age of 18. This has been going on allegedly since she was 14 which is why the UK police were investigating it. Agree with you about the Sun though. Probably counting down the days to put her on page 3. userds5050
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1:22pm Thu 27 Sep 12

Shoong says...

userds5050 wrote:
Shoong wrote:
Good point, the Megan Stammer case for example, in France he's done nothing wrong according to the law when it comes to a sexual relationship.

Perhaps if he was French with a 15 year old girl he'd be getting a big pat on the back from his mates down the pub.

Loving The Sun's moral crusade on this one by the way, of course it's nothing to do with getting to her first for a front and centre page story.
I think you're missing the point that he's her teacher and in a position of trust. It's against the law in this country for any teacher to have a relationship with a student under the age of 18. This has been going on allegedly since she was 14 which is why the UK police were investigating it. Agree with you about the Sun though. Probably counting down the days to put her on page 3.
I had thought about it - of course you are correct - I was talking to a teacher friend of mine last night. His point was you can pass a CRB (or whatever the check is they do to make sure you are safe to work with minors) but when it comes down to it, if you are that way inclined it doesn't mean much. Obviously not to Mr Forrest.
[quote][p][bold]userds5050[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Shoong[/bold] wrote: Good point, the Megan Stammer case for example, in France he's done nothing wrong according to the law when it comes to a sexual relationship. Perhaps if he was French with a 15 year old girl he'd be getting a big pat on the back from his mates down the pub. Loving The Sun's moral crusade on this one by the way, of course it's nothing to do with getting to her first for a front and centre page story.[/p][/quote]I think you're missing the point that he's her teacher and in a position of trust. It's against the law in this country for any teacher to have a relationship with a student under the age of 18. This has been going on allegedly since she was 14 which is why the UK police were investigating it. Agree with you about the Sun though. Probably counting down the days to put her on page 3.[/p][/quote]I had thought about it - of course you are correct - I was talking to a teacher friend of mine last night. His point was you can pass a CRB (or whatever the check is they do to make sure you are safe to work with minors) but when it comes down to it, if you are that way inclined it doesn't mean much. Obviously not to Mr Forrest. Shoong
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1:42pm Thu 27 Sep 12

misslucykate says...

userds5050 wrote:
Shoong wrote:
Good point, the Megan Stammer case for example, in France he's done nothing wrong according to the law when it comes to a sexual relationship.

Perhaps if he was French with a 15 year old girl he'd be getting a big pat on the back from his mates down the pub.

Loving The Sun's moral crusade on this one by the way, of course it's nothing to do with getting to her first for a front and centre page story.
I think you're missing the point that he's her teacher and in a position of trust. It's against the law in this country for any teacher to have a relationship with a student under the age of 18. This has been going on allegedly since she was 14 which is why the UK police were investigating it. Agree with you about the Sun though. Probably counting down the days to put her on page 3.
Firstly, He wasnt anyones teacher. There was barely anytime at all untill she was 16. Secondly, none of you knew him and have no idea about what really happened so dont pass judgements. It wasnt like how the papers make it sound. He is a lovely guy whho has been made to sound like a pervert when he is not.
[quote][p][bold]userds5050[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Shoong[/bold] wrote: Good point, the Megan Stammer case for example, in France he's done nothing wrong according to the law when it comes to a sexual relationship. Perhaps if he was French with a 15 year old girl he'd be getting a big pat on the back from his mates down the pub. Loving The Sun's moral crusade on this one by the way, of course it's nothing to do with getting to her first for a front and centre page story.[/p][/quote]I think you're missing the point that he's her teacher and in a position of trust. It's against the law in this country for any teacher to have a relationship with a student under the age of 18. This has been going on allegedly since she was 14 which is why the UK police were investigating it. Agree with you about the Sun though. Probably counting down the days to put her on page 3.[/p][/quote]Firstly, He wasnt anyones teacher. There was barely anytime at all untill she was 16. Secondly, none of you knew him and have no idea about what really happened so dont pass judgements. It wasnt like how the papers make it sound. He is a lovely guy whho has been made to sound like a pervert when he is not. misslucykate
  • Score: 0

1:48pm Thu 27 Sep 12

Huey says...

Chop it off and let him go.
No more nasty urges.
No more expensive prisons.
Chop it off and let him go. No more nasty urges. No more expensive prisons. Huey
  • Score: 0

1:57pm Thu 27 Sep 12

Echo Awards says...

Huey wrote:
Chop it off and let him go.
No more nasty urges.
No more expensive prisons.
Congratulations, Huey, you have won this week's coveted "Least able to grasp the issue" award.
[quote][p][bold]Huey[/bold] wrote: Chop it off and let him go. No more nasty urges. No more expensive prisons.[/p][/quote]Congratulations, Huey, you have won this week's coveted "Least able to grasp the issue" award. Echo Awards
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2:37pm Thu 27 Sep 12

protective mum says...

misslucykate wrote:
userds5050 wrote:
Shoong wrote:
Good point, the Megan Stammer case for example, in France he's done nothing wrong according to the law when it comes to a sexual relationship.

Perhaps if he was French with a 15 year old girl he'd be getting a big pat on the back from his mates down the pub.

Loving The Sun's moral crusade on this one by the way, of course it's nothing to do with getting to her first for a front and centre page story.
I think you're missing the point that he's her teacher and in a position of trust. It's against the law in this country for any teacher to have a relationship with a student under the age of 18. This has been going on allegedly since she was 14 which is why the UK police were investigating it. Agree with you about the Sun though. Probably counting down the days to put her on page 3.
Firstly, He wasnt anyones teacher. There was barely anytime at all untill she was 16. Secondly, none of you knew him and have no idea about what really happened so dont pass judgements. It wasnt like how the papers make it sound. He is a lovely guy whho has been made to sound like a pervert when he is not.
Actually I do know him Lucy, as I am the victims mother. You clearly have not read the messages that he sent my daughter over a 2 mth period while in a relationship with my sister. He knew how old she was and abused mine and my sisters trust. The quote in the paper is information from the judge's mouth based on evidence put before him. How would you feel if this was your daughter? She has been severely traumatised. How you could put a roof over his head while on bail is beyond me. Maybe because you are as sick as he is?
[quote][p][bold]misslucykate[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]userds5050[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Shoong[/bold] wrote: Good point, the Megan Stammer case for example, in France he's done nothing wrong according to the law when it comes to a sexual relationship. Perhaps if he was French with a 15 year old girl he'd be getting a big pat on the back from his mates down the pub. Loving The Sun's moral crusade on this one by the way, of course it's nothing to do with getting to her first for a front and centre page story.[/p][/quote]I think you're missing the point that he's her teacher and in a position of trust. It's against the law in this country for any teacher to have a relationship with a student under the age of 18. This has been going on allegedly since she was 14 which is why the UK police were investigating it. Agree with you about the Sun though. Probably counting down the days to put her on page 3.[/p][/quote]Firstly, He wasnt anyones teacher. There was barely anytime at all untill she was 16. Secondly, none of you knew him and have no idea about what really happened so dont pass judgements. It wasnt like how the papers make it sound. He is a lovely guy whho has been made to sound like a pervert when he is not.[/p][/quote]Actually I do know him Lucy, as I am the victims mother. You clearly have not read the messages that he sent my daughter over a 2 mth period while in a relationship with my sister. He knew how old she was and abused mine and my sisters trust. The quote in the paper is information from the judge's mouth based on evidence put before him. How would you feel if this was your daughter? She has been severely traumatised. How you could put a roof over his head while on bail is beyond me. Maybe because you are as sick as he is? protective mum
  • Score: 0

2:43pm Thu 27 Sep 12

Georgem says...

...grabs some popcorn and sits down...
...grabs some popcorn and sits down... Georgem
  • Score: 0

2:47pm Thu 27 Sep 12

Shoong says...

misslucykate wrote:
userds5050 wrote:
Shoong wrote:
Good point, the Megan Stammer case for example, in France he's done nothing wrong according to the law when it comes to a sexual relationship.

Perhaps if he was French with a 15 year old girl he'd be getting a big pat on the back from his mates down the pub.

Loving The Sun's moral crusade on this one by the way, of course it's nothing to do with getting to her first for a front and centre page story.
I think you're missing the point that he's her teacher and in a position of trust. It's against the law in this country for any teacher to have a relationship with a student under the age of 18. This has been going on allegedly since she was 14 which is why the UK police were investigating it. Agree with you about the Sun though. Probably counting down the days to put her on page 3.
Firstly, He wasnt anyones teacher. There was barely anytime at all untill she was 16. Secondly, none of you knew him and have no idea about what really happened so dont pass judgements. It wasnt like how the papers make it sound. He is a lovely guy whho has been made to sound like a pervert when he is not.
You always get a friend or a relation coming on to defend a weirdo.
[quote][p][bold]misslucykate[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]userds5050[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Shoong[/bold] wrote: Good point, the Megan Stammer case for example, in France he's done nothing wrong according to the law when it comes to a sexual relationship. Perhaps if he was French with a 15 year old girl he'd be getting a big pat on the back from his mates down the pub. Loving The Sun's moral crusade on this one by the way, of course it's nothing to do with getting to her first for a front and centre page story.[/p][/quote]I think you're missing the point that he's her teacher and in a position of trust. It's against the law in this country for any teacher to have a relationship with a student under the age of 18. This has been going on allegedly since she was 14 which is why the UK police were investigating it. Agree with you about the Sun though. Probably counting down the days to put her on page 3.[/p][/quote]Firstly, He wasnt anyones teacher. There was barely anytime at all untill she was 16. Secondly, none of you knew him and have no idea about what really happened so dont pass judgements. It wasnt like how the papers make it sound. He is a lovely guy whho has been made to sound like a pervert when he is not.[/p][/quote]You always get a friend or a relation coming on to defend a weirdo. Shoong
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3:08pm Thu 27 Sep 12

Neilus says...

Castration comes to mind. ohh but that will go against the perverts human rights, just give him 2 yrs bed and breakfast, and he will be out to roam free to do it again, and even much worse, Castrate and take away the urge. act like a dog, get treated like one!!!!
Castration comes to mind. ohh but that will go against the perverts human rights, just give him 2 yrs bed and breakfast, and he will be out to roam free to do it again, and even much worse, Castrate and take away the urge. act like a dog, get treated like one!!!! Neilus
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3:14pm Thu 27 Sep 12

Echo Awards says...

Neilus wrote:
Castration comes to mind. ohh but that will go against the perverts human rights, just give him 2 yrs bed and breakfast, and he will be out to roam free to do it again, and even much worse, Castrate and take away the urge. act like a dog, get treated like one!!!!
Congratulations Neilus, you have won today's most "Daily Mail" Comment Award! If you'd included something about house prices, you'd be up for the Weekly!
[quote][p][bold]Neilus[/bold] wrote: Castration comes to mind. ohh but that will go against the perverts human rights, just give him 2 yrs bed and breakfast, and he will be out to roam free to do it again, and even much worse, Castrate and take away the urge. act like a dog, get treated like one!!!![/p][/quote]Congratulations Neilus, you have won today's most "Daily Mail" Comment Award! If you'd included something about house prices, you'd be up for the Weekly! Echo Awards
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3:44pm Thu 27 Sep 12

Dasal says...

protective mum wrote:
misslucykate wrote:
userds5050 wrote:
Shoong wrote: Good point, the Megan Stammer case for example, in France he's done nothing wrong according to the law when it comes to a sexual relationship. Perhaps if he was French with a 15 year old girl he'd be getting a big pat on the back from his mates down the pub. Loving The Sun's moral crusade on this one by the way, of course it's nothing to do with getting to her first for a front and centre page story.
I think you're missing the point that he's her teacher and in a position of trust. It's against the law in this country for any teacher to have a relationship with a student under the age of 18. This has been going on allegedly since she was 14 which is why the UK police were investigating it. Agree with you about the Sun though. Probably counting down the days to put her on page 3.
Firstly, He wasnt anyones teacher. There was barely anytime at all untill she was 16. Secondly, none of you knew him and have no idea about what really happened so dont pass judgements. It wasnt like how the papers make it sound. He is a lovely guy whho has been made to sound like a pervert when he is not.
Actually I do know him Lucy, as I am the victims mother. You clearly have not read the messages that he sent my daughter over a 2 mth period while in a relationship with my sister. He knew how old she was and abused mine and my sisters trust. The quote in the paper is information from the judge's mouth based on evidence put before him. How would you feel if this was your daughter? She has been severely traumatised. How you could put a roof over his head while on bail is beyond me. Maybe because you are as sick as he is?
Game,set & match to "protective mum"

Byebye "misslucykate" - back under your rock!
[quote][p][bold]protective mum[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]misslucykate[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]userds5050[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Shoong[/bold] wrote: Good point, the Megan Stammer case for example, in France he's done nothing wrong according to the law when it comes to a sexual relationship. Perhaps if he was French with a 15 year old girl he'd be getting a big pat on the back from his mates down the pub. Loving The Sun's moral crusade on this one by the way, of course it's nothing to do with getting to her first for a front and centre page story.[/p][/quote]I think you're missing the point that he's her teacher and in a position of trust. It's against the law in this country for any teacher to have a relationship with a student under the age of 18. This has been going on allegedly since she was 14 which is why the UK police were investigating it. Agree with you about the Sun though. Probably counting down the days to put her on page 3.[/p][/quote]Firstly, He wasnt anyones teacher. There was barely anytime at all untill she was 16. Secondly, none of you knew him and have no idea about what really happened so dont pass judgements. It wasnt like how the papers make it sound. He is a lovely guy whho has been made to sound like a pervert when he is not.[/p][/quote]Actually I do know him Lucy, as I am the victims mother. You clearly have not read the messages that he sent my daughter over a 2 mth period while in a relationship with my sister. He knew how old she was and abused mine and my sisters trust. The quote in the paper is information from the judge's mouth based on evidence put before him. How would you feel if this was your daughter? She has been severely traumatised. How you could put a roof over his head while on bail is beyond me. Maybe because you are as sick as he is?[/p][/quote]Game,set & match to "protective mum" Byebye "misslucykate" - back under your rock! Dasal
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4:00pm Thu 27 Sep 12

Neilus says...

Echo Awards wrote:
Neilus wrote:
Castration comes to mind. ohh but that will go against the perverts human rights, just give him 2 yrs bed and breakfast, and he will be out to roam free to do it again, and even much worse, Castrate and take away the urge. act like a dog, get treated like one!!!!
Congratulations Neilus, you have won today's most "Daily Mail" Comment Award! If you'd included something about house prices, you'd be up for the Weekly!
House prices! whats the price of keeping this pervert in bed and breakfast for 2 yrs. Castrate!! take away the urge. and make the 2 yrs a full 2 yrs, and give them hard labour for 8 hrs a day, make a jail term something to fear. but hey best not make it too hard, give them free TV, free gym, free food, we can't be too unfair to the poor souls. because the do gooders will be offended.
[quote][p][bold]Echo Awards[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Neilus[/bold] wrote: Castration comes to mind. ohh but that will go against the perverts human rights, just give him 2 yrs bed and breakfast, and he will be out to roam free to do it again, and even much worse, Castrate and take away the urge. act like a dog, get treated like one!!!![/p][/quote]Congratulations Neilus, you have won today's most "Daily Mail" Comment Award! If you'd included something about house prices, you'd be up for the Weekly![/p][/quote]House prices! whats the price of keeping this pervert in bed and breakfast for 2 yrs. Castrate!! take away the urge. and make the 2 yrs a full 2 yrs, and give them hard labour for 8 hrs a day, make a jail term something to fear. but hey best not make it too hard, give them free TV, free gym, free food, we can't be too unfair to the poor souls. because the do gooders will be offended. Neilus
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12:45pm Fri 28 Sep 12

yellowcard says...

misslucykate wrote:
userds5050 wrote:
Shoong wrote:
Good point, the Megan Stammer case for example, in France he's done nothing wrong according to the law when it comes to a sexual relationship.

Perhaps if he was French with a 15 year old girl he'd be getting a big pat on the back from his mates down the pub.

Loving The Sun's moral crusade on this one by the way, of course it's nothing to do with getting to her first for a front and centre page story.
I think you're missing the point that he's her teacher and in a position of trust. It's against the law in this country for any teacher to have a relationship with a student under the age of 18. This has been going on allegedly since she was 14 which is why the UK police were investigating it. Agree with you about the Sun though. Probably counting down the days to put her on page 3.
Firstly, He wasnt anyones teacher. There was barely anytime at all untill she was 16. Secondly, none of you knew him and have no idea about what really happened so dont pass judgements. It wasnt like how the papers make it sound. He is a lovely guy whho has been made to sound like a pervert when he is not.
firstly he was a teacher at her school. secondly the law states he is not allowed to become involved in a romantic relationship with anyone under 18 who he has taught or was in the school he was teaching at.
[quote][p][bold]misslucykate[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]userds5050[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Shoong[/bold] wrote: Good point, the Megan Stammer case for example, in France he's done nothing wrong according to the law when it comes to a sexual relationship. Perhaps if he was French with a 15 year old girl he'd be getting a big pat on the back from his mates down the pub. Loving The Sun's moral crusade on this one by the way, of course it's nothing to do with getting to her first for a front and centre page story.[/p][/quote]I think you're missing the point that he's her teacher and in a position of trust. It's against the law in this country for any teacher to have a relationship with a student under the age of 18. This has been going on allegedly since she was 14 which is why the UK police were investigating it. Agree with you about the Sun though. Probably counting down the days to put her on page 3.[/p][/quote]Firstly, He wasnt anyones teacher. There was barely anytime at all untill she was 16. Secondly, none of you knew him and have no idea about what really happened so dont pass judgements. It wasnt like how the papers make it sound. He is a lovely guy whho has been made to sound like a pervert when he is not.[/p][/quote]firstly he was a teacher at her school. secondly the law states he is not allowed to become involved in a romantic relationship with anyone under 18 who he has taught or was in the school he was teaching at. yellowcard
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12:49pm Fri 28 Sep 12

yellowcard says...

Echo Awards wrote:
Huey wrote:
Chop it off and let him go.
No more nasty urges.
No more expensive prisons.
Congratulations, Huey, you have won this week's coveted "Least able to grasp the issue" award.
maybe we should chop your fingers off to stop you from commenting. by removing his penis would not stop him from abusing a child as most pedo's don't have full sex with there victims. unfortunately there is no solution to this problem so giving prison terms is the way to go. id suggest a minimum term of 3 years without automatic release at the halfway point
[quote][p][bold]Echo Awards[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Huey[/bold] wrote: Chop it off and let him go. No more nasty urges. No more expensive prisons.[/p][/quote]Congratulations, Huey, you have won this week's coveted "Least able to grasp the issue" award.[/p][/quote]maybe we should chop your fingers off to stop you from commenting. by removing his penis would not stop him from abusing a child as most pedo's don't have full sex with there victims. unfortunately there is no solution to this problem so giving prison terms is the way to go. id suggest a minimum term of 3 years without automatic release at the halfway point yellowcard
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12:52pm Fri 28 Sep 12

yellowcard says...

yellowcard wrote:
misslucykate wrote:
userds5050 wrote:
Shoong wrote:
Good point, the Megan Stammer case for example, in France he's done nothing wrong according to the law when it comes to a sexual relationship.

Perhaps if he was French with a 15 year old girl he'd be getting a big pat on the back from his mates down the pub.

Loving The Sun's moral crusade on this one by the way, of course it's nothing to do with getting to her first for a front and centre page story.
I think you're missing the point that he's her teacher and in a position of trust. It's against the law in this country for any teacher to have a relationship with a student under the age of 18. This has been going on allegedly since she was 14 which is why the UK police were investigating it. Agree with you about the Sun though. Probably counting down the days to put her on page 3.
Firstly, He wasnt anyones teacher. There was barely anytime at all untill she was 16. Secondly, none of you knew him and have no idea about what really happened so dont pass judgements. It wasnt like how the papers make it sound. He is a lovely guy whho has been made to sound like a pervert when he is not.
firstly he was a teacher at her school. secondly the law states he is not allowed to become involved in a romantic relationship with anyone under 18 who he has taught or was in the school he was teaching at.
lucy the comment in this post where aimed at the teacher who has run off with his pupil not the person in the article
[quote][p][bold]yellowcard[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]misslucykate[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]userds5050[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Shoong[/bold] wrote: Good point, the Megan Stammer case for example, in France he's done nothing wrong according to the law when it comes to a sexual relationship. Perhaps if he was French with a 15 year old girl he'd be getting a big pat on the back from his mates down the pub. Loving The Sun's moral crusade on this one by the way, of course it's nothing to do with getting to her first for a front and centre page story.[/p][/quote]I think you're missing the point that he's her teacher and in a position of trust. It's against the law in this country for any teacher to have a relationship with a student under the age of 18. This has been going on allegedly since she was 14 which is why the UK police were investigating it. Agree with you about the Sun though. Probably counting down the days to put her on page 3.[/p][/quote]Firstly, He wasnt anyones teacher. There was barely anytime at all untill she was 16. Secondly, none of you knew him and have no idea about what really happened so dont pass judgements. It wasnt like how the papers make it sound. He is a lovely guy whho has been made to sound like a pervert when he is not.[/p][/quote]firstly he was a teacher at her school. secondly the law states he is not allowed to become involved in a romantic relationship with anyone under 18 who he has taught or was in the school he was teaching at.[/p][/quote]lucy the comment in this post where aimed at the teacher who has run off with his pupil not the person in the article yellowcard
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12:56pm Fri 28 Sep 12

yellowcard says...

Neilus wrote:
Echo Awards wrote:
Neilus wrote:
Castration comes to mind. ohh but that will go against the perverts human rights, just give him 2 yrs bed and breakfast, and he will be out to roam free to do it again, and even much worse, Castrate and take away the urge. act like a dog, get treated like one!!!!
Congratulations Neilus, you have won today's most "Daily Mail" Comment Award! If you'd included something about house prices, you'd be up for the Weekly!
House prices! whats the price of keeping this pervert in bed and breakfast for 2 yrs. Castrate!! take away the urge. and make the 2 yrs a full 2 yrs, and give them hard labour for 8 hrs a day, make a jail term something to fear. but hey best not make it too hard, give them free TV, free gym, free food, we can't be too unfair to the poor souls. because the do gooders will be offended.
castration would not take the urge away. would chopping off your fingers take away the urge to stop you from commenting on here?? how cynical your view of prison is
[quote][p][bold]Neilus[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Echo Awards[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Neilus[/bold] wrote: Castration comes to mind. ohh but that will go against the perverts human rights, just give him 2 yrs bed and breakfast, and he will be out to roam free to do it again, and even much worse, Castrate and take away the urge. act like a dog, get treated like one!!!![/p][/quote]Congratulations Neilus, you have won today's most "Daily Mail" Comment Award! If you'd included something about house prices, you'd be up for the Weekly![/p][/quote]House prices! whats the price of keeping this pervert in bed and breakfast for 2 yrs. Castrate!! take away the urge. and make the 2 yrs a full 2 yrs, and give them hard labour for 8 hrs a day, make a jail term something to fear. but hey best not make it too hard, give them free TV, free gym, free food, we can't be too unfair to the poor souls. because the do gooders will be offended.[/p][/quote]castration would not take the urge away. would chopping off your fingers take away the urge to stop you from commenting on here?? how cynical your view of prison is yellowcard
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8:29pm Fri 28 Sep 12

avidreaders says...

Echo Awards wrote:
Neilus wrote:
Castration comes to mind. ohh but that will go against the perverts human rights, just give him 2 yrs bed and breakfast, and he will be out to roam free to do it again, and even much worse, Castrate and take away the urge. act like a dog, get treated like one!!!!
Congratulations Neilus, you have won today's most "Daily Mail" Comment Award! If you'd included something about house prices, you'd be up for the Weekly!
Echo awards, you seem to be dishing out a few of these "awards". Is there a criteria to fit to gain one? I'm quite competitive so i'd like to have a go, or have I just won the "sarcastic of the week" award?
No need to be quite so dismissive of people's opinions is there?
[quote][p][bold]Echo Awards[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Neilus[/bold] wrote: Castration comes to mind. ohh but that will go against the perverts human rights, just give him 2 yrs bed and breakfast, and he will be out to roam free to do it again, and even much worse, Castrate and take away the urge. act like a dog, get treated like one!!!![/p][/quote]Congratulations Neilus, you have won today's most "Daily Mail" Comment Award! If you'd included something about house prices, you'd be up for the Weekly![/p][/quote]Echo awards, you seem to be dishing out a few of these "awards". Is there a criteria to fit to gain one? I'm quite competitive so i'd like to have a go, or have I just won the "sarcastic of the week" award? No need to be quite so dismissive of people's opinions is there? avidreaders
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6:33pm Sat 29 Sep 12

Echo Awards says...

avidreaders wrote:
Echo Awards wrote:
Neilus wrote:
Castration comes to mind. ohh but that will go against the perverts human rights, just give him 2 yrs bed and breakfast, and he will be out to roam free to do it again, and even much worse, Castrate and take away the urge. act like a dog, get treated like one!!!!
Congratulations Neilus, you have won today's most "Daily Mail" Comment Award! If you'd included something about house prices, you'd be up for the Weekly!
Echo awards, you seem to be dishing out a few of these "awards". Is there a criteria to fit to gain one? I'm quite competitive so i'd like to have a go, or have I just won the "sarcastic of the week" award?
No need to be quite so dismissive of people's opinions is there?
Congratulations, avidreaders, you have won 'Most Pointless Pillock of the Week"
[quote][p][bold]avidreaders[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Echo Awards[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Neilus[/bold] wrote: Castration comes to mind. ohh but that will go against the perverts human rights, just give him 2 yrs bed and breakfast, and he will be out to roam free to do it again, and even much worse, Castrate and take away the urge. act like a dog, get treated like one!!!![/p][/quote]Congratulations Neilus, you have won today's most "Daily Mail" Comment Award! If you'd included something about house prices, you'd be up for the Weekly![/p][/quote]Echo awards, you seem to be dishing out a few of these "awards". Is there a criteria to fit to gain one? I'm quite competitive so i'd like to have a go, or have I just won the "sarcastic of the week" award? No need to be quite so dismissive of people's opinions is there?[/p][/quote]Congratulations, avidreaders, you have won 'Most Pointless Pillock of the Week" Echo Awards
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9:57pm Sat 29 Sep 12

Neilus says...

yellowcard wrote:
Neilus wrote:
Echo Awards wrote:
Neilus wrote:
Castration comes to mind. ohh but that will go against the perverts human rights, just give him 2 yrs bed and breakfast, and he will be out to roam free to do it again, and even much worse, Castrate and take away the urge. act like a dog, get treated like one!!!!
Congratulations Neilus, you have won today's most "Daily Mail" Comment Award! If you'd included something about house prices, you'd be up for the Weekly!
House prices! whats the price of keeping this pervert in bed and breakfast for 2 yrs. Castrate!! take away the urge. and make the 2 yrs a full 2 yrs, and give them hard labour for 8 hrs a day, make a jail term something to fear. but hey best not make it too hard, give them free TV, free gym, free food, we can't be too unfair to the poor souls. because the do gooders will be offended.
castration would not take the urge away. would chopping off your fingers take away the urge to stop you from commenting on here?? how cynical your view of prison is
Cynical of prison, i thought my view was spot on!! and as for castration not taking the urge away, i think your way off the mark. Sounds to me your another turn a blind eye until it's on your doorstep type, open your eye's Ingrate.
[quote][p][bold]yellowcard[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Neilus[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Echo Awards[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Neilus[/bold] wrote: Castration comes to mind. ohh but that will go against the perverts human rights, just give him 2 yrs bed and breakfast, and he will be out to roam free to do it again, and even much worse, Castrate and take away the urge. act like a dog, get treated like one!!!![/p][/quote]Congratulations Neilus, you have won today's most "Daily Mail" Comment Award! If you'd included something about house prices, you'd be up for the Weekly![/p][/quote]House prices! whats the price of keeping this pervert in bed and breakfast for 2 yrs. Castrate!! take away the urge. and make the 2 yrs a full 2 yrs, and give them hard labour for 8 hrs a day, make a jail term something to fear. but hey best not make it too hard, give them free TV, free gym, free food, we can't be too unfair to the poor souls. because the do gooders will be offended.[/p][/quote]castration would not take the urge away. would chopping off your fingers take away the urge to stop you from commenting on here?? how cynical your view of prison is[/p][/quote]Cynical of prison, i thought my view was spot on!! and as for castration not taking the urge away, i think your way off the mark. Sounds to me your another turn a blind eye until it's on your doorstep type, open your eye's Ingrate. Neilus
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12:29pm Sun 30 Sep 12

avidreaders says...

Echo Awards wrote:
avidreaders wrote:
Echo Awards wrote:
Neilus wrote:
Castration comes to mind. ohh but that will go against the perverts human rights, just give him 2 yrs bed and breakfast, and he will be out to roam free to do it again, and even much worse, Castrate and take away the urge. act like a dog, get treated like one!!!!
Congratulations Neilus, you have won today's most "Daily Mail" Comment Award! If you'd included something about house prices, you'd be up for the Weekly!
Echo awards, you seem to be dishing out a few of these "awards". Is there a criteria to fit to gain one? I'm quite competitive so i'd like to have a go, or have I just won the "sarcastic of the week" award?
No need to be quite so dismissive of people's opinions is there?
Congratulations, avidreaders, you have won 'Most Pointless Pillock of the Week"
Really? An award already? My god, that didn't take long, i must be a natural. I hope it's not a one off, you'd have nothing to do otherwise.
[quote][p][bold]Echo Awards[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]avidreaders[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Echo Awards[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Neilus[/bold] wrote: Castration comes to mind. ohh but that will go against the perverts human rights, just give him 2 yrs bed and breakfast, and he will be out to roam free to do it again, and even much worse, Castrate and take away the urge. act like a dog, get treated like one!!!![/p][/quote]Congratulations Neilus, you have won today's most "Daily Mail" Comment Award! If you'd included something about house prices, you'd be up for the Weekly![/p][/quote]Echo awards, you seem to be dishing out a few of these "awards". Is there a criteria to fit to gain one? I'm quite competitive so i'd like to have a go, or have I just won the "sarcastic of the week" award? No need to be quite so dismissive of people's opinions is there?[/p][/quote]Congratulations, avidreaders, you have won 'Most Pointless Pillock of the Week"[/p][/quote]Really? An award already? My god, that didn't take long, i must be a natural. I hope it's not a one off, you'd have nothing to do otherwise. avidreaders
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7:15pm Sun 30 Sep 12

yellowcard says...

Neilus wrote:
yellowcard wrote:
Neilus wrote:
Echo Awards wrote:
Neilus wrote:
Castration comes to mind. ohh but that will go against the perverts human rights, just give him 2 yrs bed and breakfast, and he will be out to roam free to do it again, and even much worse, Castrate and take away the urge. act like a dog, get treated like one!!!!
Congratulations Neilus, you have won today's most "Daily Mail" Comment Award! If you'd included something about house prices, you'd be up for the Weekly!
House prices! whats the price of keeping this pervert in bed and breakfast for 2 yrs. Castrate!! take away the urge. and make the 2 yrs a full 2 yrs, and give them hard labour for 8 hrs a day, make a jail term something to fear. but hey best not make it too hard, give them free TV, free gym, free food, we can't be too unfair to the poor souls. because the do gooders will be offended.
castration would not take the urge away. would chopping off your fingers take away the urge to stop you from commenting on here?? how cynical your view of prison is
Cynical of prison, i thought my view was spot on!! and as for castration not taking the urge away, i think your way off the mark. Sounds to me your another turn a blind eye until it's on your doorstep type, open your eye's Ingrate.
well prison is a little more than that as most prisons your confined to your cell for 23 hours a day. im not the type of turn a blind eye type as I have been a victim of it. just think stupid **** like you need to think before opening your mouth. prison is the only solution as your theory has never been tried so can not relied on.
[quote][p][bold]Neilus[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]yellowcard[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Neilus[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Echo Awards[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Neilus[/bold] wrote: Castration comes to mind. ohh but that will go against the perverts human rights, just give him 2 yrs bed and breakfast, and he will be out to roam free to do it again, and even much worse, Castrate and take away the urge. act like a dog, get treated like one!!!![/p][/quote]Congratulations Neilus, you have won today's most "Daily Mail" Comment Award! If you'd included something about house prices, you'd be up for the Weekly![/p][/quote]House prices! whats the price of keeping this pervert in bed and breakfast for 2 yrs. Castrate!! take away the urge. and make the 2 yrs a full 2 yrs, and give them hard labour for 8 hrs a day, make a jail term something to fear. but hey best not make it too hard, give them free TV, free gym, free food, we can't be too unfair to the poor souls. because the do gooders will be offended.[/p][/quote]castration would not take the urge away. would chopping off your fingers take away the urge to stop you from commenting on here?? how cynical your view of prison is[/p][/quote]Cynical of prison, i thought my view was spot on!! and as for castration not taking the urge away, i think your way off the mark. Sounds to me your another turn a blind eye until it's on your doorstep type, open your eye's Ingrate.[/p][/quote]well prison is a little more than that as most prisons your confined to your cell for 23 hours a day. im not the type of turn a blind eye type as I have been a victim of it. just think stupid **** like you need to think before opening your mouth. prison is the only solution as your theory has never been tried so can not relied on. yellowcard
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7:07pm Mon 1 Oct 12

Neilus says...

yellowcard wrote:
Neilus wrote:
yellowcard wrote:
Neilus wrote:
Echo Awards wrote:
Neilus wrote:
Castration comes to mind. ohh but that will go against the perverts human rights, just give him 2 yrs bed and breakfast, and he will be out to roam free to do it again, and even much worse, Castrate and take away the urge. act like a dog, get treated like one!!!!
Congratulations Neilus, you have won today's most "Daily Mail" Comment Award! If you'd included something about house prices, you'd be up for the Weekly!
House prices! whats the price of keeping this pervert in bed and breakfast for 2 yrs. Castrate!! take away the urge. and make the 2 yrs a full 2 yrs, and give them hard labour for 8 hrs a day, make a jail term something to fear. but hey best not make it too hard, give them free TV, free gym, free food, we can't be too unfair to the poor souls. because the do gooders will be offended.
castration would not take the urge away. would chopping off your fingers take away the urge to stop you from commenting on here?? how cynical your view of prison is
Cynical of prison, i thought my view was spot on!! and as for castration not taking the urge away, i think your way off the mark. Sounds to me your another turn a blind eye until it's on your doorstep type, open your eye's Ingrate.
well prison is a little more than that as most prisons your confined to your cell for 23 hours a day. im not the type of turn a blind eye type as I have been a victim of it. just think stupid **** like you need to think before opening your mouth. prison is the only solution as your theory has never been tried so can not relied on.
Well as a theory yellowcard, these animals should be treated as so, act like a dog, treat as a dog, castrate!! take away the urge,castration is taking the first step, if that solution doesn't work, for the serial offenders guillotine the animals and be done with. no more cost to us hard working tax payers, and no chance of re offending. and i would pull the lever for free!! as for you yellowcard, here's a RED one now run along!!
[quote][p][bold]yellowcard[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Neilus[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]yellowcard[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Neilus[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Echo Awards[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Neilus[/bold] wrote: Castration comes to mind. ohh but that will go against the perverts human rights, just give him 2 yrs bed and breakfast, and he will be out to roam free to do it again, and even much worse, Castrate and take away the urge. act like a dog, get treated like one!!!![/p][/quote]Congratulations Neilus, you have won today's most "Daily Mail" Comment Award! If you'd included something about house prices, you'd be up for the Weekly![/p][/quote]House prices! whats the price of keeping this pervert in bed and breakfast for 2 yrs. Castrate!! take away the urge. and make the 2 yrs a full 2 yrs, and give them hard labour for 8 hrs a day, make a jail term something to fear. but hey best not make it too hard, give them free TV, free gym, free food, we can't be too unfair to the poor souls. because the do gooders will be offended.[/p][/quote]castration would not take the urge away. would chopping off your fingers take away the urge to stop you from commenting on here?? how cynical your view of prison is[/p][/quote]Cynical of prison, i thought my view was spot on!! and as for castration not taking the urge away, i think your way off the mark. Sounds to me your another turn a blind eye until it's on your doorstep type, open your eye's Ingrate.[/p][/quote]well prison is a little more than that as most prisons your confined to your cell for 23 hours a day. im not the type of turn a blind eye type as I have been a victim of it. just think stupid **** like you need to think before opening your mouth. prison is the only solution as your theory has never been tried so can not relied on.[/p][/quote]Well as a theory yellowcard, these animals should be treated as so, act like a dog, treat as a dog, castrate!! take away the urge,castration is taking the first step, if that solution doesn't work, for the serial offenders guillotine the animals and be done with. no more cost to us hard working tax payers, and no chance of re offending. and i would pull the lever for free!! as for you yellowcard, here's a RED one now run along!! Neilus
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