Sunday, April 14, 2013

ZenTiger Secular System very keen on hiding pedophiles in our midst

The Sensible Sentencing Trust is in trouble with the NZ Government (Sunday Star Times, A2, April14)

You see, the NZ Government believes it is important to release known pedophiles into the community and then move them around in secrecy so as to allow them to have a greater chance of re-offending on the hapless public. [like here]   Of course, this isn't a page one story, and the focus is on reporting on the actions of the Sensible Sentencing Trust, not broadcasting NZ Government policy on hiding and protecting pedophiles.

The interesting thing is that the man doesn't even appear to have legally obtained named suppression. Without any evidence to say otherwise, in spite of requests for this information from the Sensible Sentencing Trust, the government has sided with the pedophile without any sort of due process.

Not only that, the government believes that making payouts to pedophiles is more important than victim compensation. He's already received $15,000 and in line for more tax payer money.

No-one wants to admit our government is corrupt and puts the rights of pedophiles ahead of public safety, but the evidence is staring at us in the face. The advantage of using a big bureaucracy is to ensure no ONE person is responsible for public safety, but yet some-one in the government has put their signature on the cheque for $15,000 and some-one in the government has decided to prosecute the Sensible Sentencing Trust, and some-one in the government has declined to produce any evidence that name suppression was granted, and some-one in the government has declined to explain why name suppression for a pedophile should trump the public's right to know.

Thank you Kevin Hague. Pedophile hider. Thank you Lousia Wall. Pedophile hider. Thank you John Key. Pedophile hider. Thank you every other MP. Pedophile hiders. You are the government, are you not? You are letting this by on your watch are you not? If you can change laws to redefine words, to approve spying on the public, to raise taxes, surely, you can change laws to protect the public from this?

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