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A Paedophile Child

Exeter : United Kingdom | May 27, 2011 at 10:45 PM PDT
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Jake Ormerod 19 admitted sexually assaulting a child under 13 and 12 charges of sex with a child when he was under the age of 18, the charges took place over a 3 year period. Sounds damning doesn't it? It's meant to be and its also a misuse of the English language which is meant to inform and not to obfuscate.

It says that Jake Ormerod was "under18 at the time of of the offences" but under the Sexual Offences Act brought in by New Labour "anyone who is under 18 is for the purpose of the Act is a child" so to put it in English, Jake Ormerod was a child himself when he had sex with a girl under 13, so the relevant question here was "how old was Jake Ormerod himself?

If the offences took "place over a three year period" when he was under 18 then he might have been anything between 13 and 16 and indeed the same age as the girl or at the most one or two years older so when you decode the semantics of the police he is not a paedophile as such but a child himself.

He was remanded in custody for psychology reports and will be sentenced in July.

Detective Inspector Snell, in charge of the case, is an expert in semantics: "They used Facebook and met them via the site. Slowly and surely they began to pretend that they were the boyfriends of the victims.

"But there is no way these girls could pretend to be the girlfriends of sex offenders."

Of course the girls were the girlfriends of these boys that is obvious!

Jake Ormerod was "part of a paedophile gang" but paedophiles are adults who prey on pre-pubertal children and as none of the girls was pre-pubertal and Jake Ormerod was a child himself how could he possible be "part of a paedophile gang?"

It is difficult to defend someone who is accused of being a paedophile but I am doing it because Detective Inspector Simon Snell, who is leading the so called "Operation Mansfield" is obviously a very clever manipulator of words who has persuaded teenager Jake Ormerod to plead guilty.

The Detective Inspector said: that he was "pleased that the vulnerable victims have been spared the ordeal of having to attend court and give evidence.".

I bet the inspector is because then the truth would have come out in court, the press would have been there and realised that these were just children playing sexual games together like most teenagers do at this age.

The Inspector told the court:"Facebook is one of the features, Ormerod had an account and we are actively investigating the links that site provides us."

Loads of teens have Facebook accounts and that's how the find friends these days. There is nothing sinister in that.

Detective Inspector Snell said that he expected make more arrests in connection with the "paedophile ring" and that further "drinks and drugs" charges were expected.

So you are going to charge these kids with drinking alcohol under the age of 18 and smoking a bit of weed like 50 per cent of all teens do? You should be out there catching real paedophiles who prey on little children.

Jake Ormerod I am going to write to you at Exeter Prison and get the real truth to do a follow up on this story and try to get a solicitor to make an appeal on your behalf.. There is one person that knows that you are not a paedophile, apart from me, and that is your disabled Mum who is missing you doing the washing up, cooking and getting the shopping...

There are plenty of real predatory paedophiles out there without fitting up children and calling them "paedophiles" which is a gross misuse of the English ,language....

mikefreeman is based in London, England, United Kingdom, and is an Anchor on Allvoices.
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