Madeleine McCann: How To Spot Paedos With Sarah’s Law
DAILY MAIL: “Jackboot Jacqui brings back the ducking stool”
Richard Littlejohn continues his Nazi fetish.
Anti-paedo laws are coming into force:
Parents will be able to ask if someone close to their family is a sex offender under new pilot schemes in England. Under the measures, police will be able to tell families if someone with access to a child has convictions or has been previously suspected of abuse.
The year-long projects will be run in Warwickshire, Cambridgeshire, Cleveland and Hampshire. The move comes after a campaign for a US-style “Megan’s law” – but the scheme falls short of a “right to know”. Calls for a scheme began after the murder of eight-year-old Sarah Payne by a man already convicted of sex offences.
Boots on gravel… Says Littlejohn
Better to keep all dog-walkers off the streets than risk a repeat of what happened to Sarah and Maddie.
Our Maddie. What did happen to her, then?
When it was pointed out that Madeleine McCann was snatched from a holiday apartment in Portugal, Miss Smith said it only went to show you couldn’t be too careful. You never knew where these monsters would strike next.
Indeed. Spread the fear…
WESTERN & SOMERSET MERCURY: “Girl snatched from outside home”
Another Maddie? Well, no. But it could have been. Really, it could have… How long before the nationals pick this one up?