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My brother and myself used to spend weekends and maybe 2 or 3 days at a time during the school holidays at our grampas in Ayrshire. In 1987 during one of these stays my brother and I decided to take a walk down the glen (woods), whilst there we stopped to watch 2 men fishing, we spoke to them for 10 minuets or so, we knew who they were as they only stayed a couple of doors up from our grampa. I was 11 and a half and my brother not yet 10, when we went to leave the men would not let us go, and made us perform oral sex on them. They told us they would batter us if we didn't. Once over they let us go but told us not to say anything or they would "get us". On the way back to our grampas I said to my brother not to speak of it to anyone and we never did for many years. We saw both men later on that evening and they said as they passed they had caught 2 little fish. After that we did not go to our grampas very often and did not go back down the glen.
For the next 15 years we never spoke of it until one night I took my wife to her band practice and I saw one of the men there, he was hoping to join the band, after all those years of burying it this brought it all back, I told my wife and she said I should tell my mum and dad, which I did later that evening, My mum then spoke to my brother but he just kept on insisting it didn't happen. He did say to her the next day he did remember but not a lot of details, he had totally buried it. Mum and dad asked what we wanted to do about it as they would stand by us all the way whatever we decided, but my brother didn't want anyone to know, so we decided to do nothing.
18 months later our village was having a band parade, and this same man turned up to watch the bands play. My dad told him to leave the village as he knew what him and his cousin had did to us, he left immediately, this decided us to go to the police as it was now being brought closer to home. We went to the police 2 weeks later. At the ID parade we could only identify one of the men.
Eventually it went to court where we had to tell all. On the second day of the trial before he gave his evidence, the jury were asked to leave while the lawyers had legal arguments, on his taped interview it had been stated he had been accused of a similar offence 17 years previously, his lawyer wanted this removed as it would be prejudicial. It was removed both from taped and written documentation.
After a 2 and a half day trial, he was found not guilty, which was a slap in the teeth to us as we had basically been branded liars. The last thing his lawyer said to the jury was remember what the younger man told his mother, it didn't happen.
We feel totally let own by a legal system which expects the victims to prove without a doubt (which is only right) their story, the nature of these crimes mean there will probably never be witnesses, but a system which says the accused does not need to prove anything and which does not allow similar accusations to come to light. THEY ARE PROTECTED BY LAW.
Although this only happened to us the one time, it still affects us to this day.
Kids @ Crimesharetv.com say thank you to Sarah Payne’s mum Sara and her friend Shy for running the campaign to get ‘SARAH’S LAW’ in the UK. Big Up the News of the World for continuing the fight in support of Sarah's law in line with 99% of Sun readers votes as reported in today's (12.04.07) edition of the Sun ADD YOUR VOTE TO THE PETITION. Kids are fed up with the law protecting the offenders and not the victims.
Kids should be put first before politics and profit because they are the victims and they want the power returned to them to do something about abuse in the home by family members, research confirms – “the majority of child molesters sexually assault children they know. Most studies find this to be the case at least three quarters of the time, with up to 80% of offences taking place in either the home of the offender or the home of the victim”. (from Police Research paper 99’ SEX OFFENDING AGAINST CHILDREN: UNDERSTANDING THE RISKS Don Grubin for the Home Office Police and Reducing Crime Unit). Also; “Three-quarters (72%) of sexually abused children did not tell anyone about the abuse at the time. 27% told someone later. Around a third (31%) still had not told anyone about their experience(s) by early adulthood”. (Cawson et al., 2000, Child Maltreatment in the UK: A Study of the Prevalence of Child Abuse and Neglect, NSPCC, p.83.) Shame and fear of public condemnation can prevent exposure by relatives of both the abused and the abusers.
CrimeshareTV is currently pressing the police for action to protect children in danger of abuse by sick uncles and perverted granddads. Abused kids usually tell the truth, they know what’s happening and need people to listen. They must have the right of free speech to protect each other and want to expose paedophiles on www.crimesharetv.com but when CSTV put photos of wanted terrorists on the global community website after the London Bombings the UK's West Yorkshire Police force closed the website down to protect the criminals’ human rights (more)
What do you think……do kids have the right to protect themselves from paedophiles? Who’s human rights are more important?
A total of 76 children have been rescued from abusive environments over the past year through the work of a new child protection agency.
The Child Exploitation and Online Protection Centre (CEOP) - launched last year - saved 10 children directly, with no help from other agencies.
It also smashed three paedophile rings involving as many as 800 people.
Home Office Minister Vernon Coaker said the government was "pleased" with the CEOP's success.
The achievements of the agency were revealed in its first annual report, published on Monday.
Warning on paedophile law trials
Pilot projects giving parents the right to know if paedophiles are living in their area will endanger the lives of children, a charity has warned.
Barnardo's said the trials would drive child sex offenders underground.
But Labour MP Dan Norris, whose Wansdyke constituency in Somerset is believed to be one of the trial areas, said the scheme was "common sense".
Under the scheme, parents will be told if paedophiles are in the area but will not be told their names and addresses.
Barnardo's chief executive Martin Narey told BBC News the trials were "very, very bad news".
Commander Crimeshare was pleased to tell the kids that CrimeshareTV is to hook up with the Phoenix Survivors website. THE CHIEF ADVOCATES, SHY KEENAN & SARA PAYNE have agreed to join the Crimeshare Culture Family to help protect our children. These two brave ladies who's family's have suffered so terribly from predatory paedophiles found the strength to establish the Phoenix Survivors website to offer support to others in similar devastating circumstances.
In the coming days a dedicated page will be set up on this site for Shy and Sara, we invite everybody to get in touch and open the discussions of the issues that matter because only by opening up can we hope to keep our kids safe.
Please visit Shy and Sara's site and lend your support to their campaign, bookmark it and visit regularly, its probably one of the most important crime issues we face.
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Also visit our news page for the latest developments.
Even now, child abuse is the hidden crime. But if you read the statistics (and these are just the crimes that are reported) you’ll start to realise how huge this problem is.
It is difficult to state an overall single figure of
maltreatment. This is because each form of maltreatment may not happen
in isolation from other forms, for example physical abuse might be
experienced alongside emotional abuse. The closest thing we have to an
aggregate prevalence figure is from the second volume of the NSPCC Child
Maltreatment study (Cawson, 2002), which examined abuse and neglect
within the family. It found that 16% of children (1 in 6)
experienced serious maltreatment by parents, of whom one third
experienced more than one type of maltreatment . If we add in
those children who experienced intermediate levels of maltreatment, the
total percentage of children experiencing some degree of maltreatment (ie.
serious or intermediate) by parents at some time in their childhood
rises to 38%.
Shocking isn’t it? CrimeshareTV is committed to supporting those men and women in the frontline of the battle to fight these shocking hidden crimes. Social Services are under resourced and understaffed. Investigating one case that featured documented sexual abuse as well as neglect and emotional abuse, our undercover reporter was told by a social worker that unless they actually turned up at the perpetrators house whilst the child was being sexually abused, nothing could be done. There simply wasn’t the money or the facilities to help.
We need to lobby the Government to sort this disgusting state of affairs NOW.
Nearly one million children in the UK could be living with domestic violence, according to a report by the United Nations Children's Fund, Unicef.
Between 240,000 and 963,000 children in the UK have witnessed violence against a parent or caregiver, it estimated.
And it said the effects on children could range from poor exam results to them becoming violent themselves.
Home Office minister Lady Scotland said the government was making every effort to deal with the problem in the UK.
"The tragedy is on many occasions when it's happened, children will be in the house, they'll be badly affected by it.
"And what we've done, with the policies that we have, is we've tried to help professionals to understand that, they'll be able to help and do something about it."
Despite reassurances, there are still 150 perv’s working in our schools under the safety net of legal loopholes. This cannot be allowed to continue. Not only that, but there are estimated to be thousands of paedophiles living in communities up and down the country. The monitoring of these individuals is slack to say the least, whilst the prosecution of suspects is being hampered by a lack of Police funding and resources.
CrimeshareTV is committed to working together to rid our schools and neighbourhoods of these vile perverts.
Recent figures show that eight out of ten schoolchildren will be bullied at some point in their lives. For some, this is a distressing phase that with parental help ans support they will overcome. But for a growing number of the UK’s children the problem is more serious. There has been a significant rise in teenage suicide rates, some of which are directly linked to bullying in school.
Every school in the UK is now required to have an anti bullying policy. However, in effect, these policies differ vastly, some are ineffective, others are not carried out.
CrimeshareTV believe that every school, nationwide, should adhere to ONE fully comprehensive policy, with severe penalties for schools and staff who do not adhere.
Anything to add? If you believe that there are other issues we should be fighting for, let us know here. This your site. Your voice WILL be heard.
The recent report of a three year old baby girl allegedly being abducted from her home in Cardiff and raped by three men fills us with revulsion, and now we have reports of babysitters raping a 12 week old baby girl and photographing themselves doin it. There are no words to discribe how the mothers must feel. See the BBC report's on our news page.
The British Government is failing to protect children. The UK Police don't have the resources to keep track of paedophiles. Last year the NSPCC asked the government to give the police the extra £24Million it needs to properly monitor the individuals on the sex offender register. READ MORE.
To put it bluntly we are all failing children if we don't demand action from governments to support the Police. Even more important is that people support the Police. It's common sense, if we help the Police prevent or solve other crimes be it drugs crime, burglary or whatever quickly and efficiently by providing them with intelligence regarding such crimes maybe Police time could be freed up to concentrate on keeping tabs on known or suspected paedophiles and keep our kids safe from harm. Old time east enders in London used to say that paedophiles should be branded on their forehead, or perhaps these days it would be a tattoo, believing this to be a strong deterrent, maybe you believe that to be too barbaric but then what do you call raping a three year old baby?
One of the recommendations of Lord Lamings report from the Victoria Climbie Inquiry was for a simple guide for anyone working with Children to the processes and systems contained in the 'Working Together' and 'Framework for Assessment' documents. "What to do if you're worried a Child is Being Abused", was published in 2003. Read More
What if you discovered a loved one, close relative or friend was a paedophile! Perhaps you have had your suspicions but because of your relationship with the person concerned you push the thought to the back of your mind but then quite by chance your worst nightmare manifests. The child asks for your help or you stumble on a collection of pornographic photographs or video evidence of sexual child abuse featuring the person in question and a child who perhaps may also be known to you.
What action would you take? Are you prepared to inform the authorities or would the cost of the publicity directed at you deter you? Such decisions based on suspicion or fact must be a huge burden on the conscience of many wives, mothers, brothers and sisters but if they don't act a child somewhere has a miserable, lonely existence.
This page is your opportunity to help a child in danger of abuse, anonymously if you prefer, just let us have as much detail as possible and we will liaise with the appropriate authorities to safeguard that child.
Of course you can go direct to the authorities if you prefer and you can find the details for the NSPCC, childline and all the regional police forces on our links page.
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