Saturday, November 20, 1999

Straight thoughts 10

November 20, 1999

Last week child pornography material was found in the Personal Computer of a British rock star. The guy was immediately arrested and convicted. Even the media was dismayed. People stopped playing a song that he wrote twenty years ago!

FROM CANADA: B.C. teacher William Bennest, was charged with procuring the sex services of a minor and was found possessing child pornography material. What happened then? Justice Duncan W. Shaw of the B.C. Supreme Court decided to strike down portions of the Criminal Code that criminalize possession of child pornography and ruled that the law against possessing child pornography violates a person's constitutional freedoms.
The B.C. pedophile teacher became a hero for the cause of "freedom".In February, homosexual pedophile Robert McGuire of Scarborough pleaded guilty to sexual interference on three counts of fondling a child. He was put on three years probation.In March, Ottawa Judge Bernard Ryan refused to incarcerate Paul Gervais, 52, who pleaded guilty to seven counts of sexual exploitation, one count of sexual assault, and one count of committing an indecent act.
The government of Canada, although under pressure from the opposition and disregarding a petition from a hundred thousand Canadians, refused to take action and is waiting for the Supreme Court to shed its wisdom on the matter.
In the meantime other Canadian pedophiles had their sentences suspended, waiting for the Supreme Court decision. They freely continue to enjoy their "hobby" and be a threat to our kids.

(Only in Canada, eh?)

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