by Lou Collinsin NewsComments Off on Judge says child rapist barred from being alone with girls aged 10 to 16 CAN live with his toddler daughter as long as he is ‘loosely supervised’
A convicted child rapist barred from being alone with girls aged ten to 16 can live with his toddler daughter as long as he is ‘loosely supervised’, a family court judge has ruled.
Judge Karen Venables has concluded that the little girl – who is aged about two – should be brought up by the man’s parents.
She has approved a plan drawn up by social services bosses which will allow the girl’s father, who is in his mid-20s, to ‘remain within the household’ providing that he is ‘loosely supervised’.
Decision: A family court judge has ruled that a convicted child rapist barred from being alone with girls aged ten to 16 can live with his toddler daughter as long as he is ‘loosely supervised’ (file photo)
Detail of the case has emerged in a ruling by the judge following a family court hearing in Milton Keynes, Buckinghamshire.
No one involved was identified.
Judge Venables said the man and the little girl’s mother had separated.
It appears as though Tsipras is set to turn the tables by threatening to effectively put euro membership to a popular vote.
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The issue of timescale is relevant – since the referendum would take place after the repayment deadline, requiring the ‘creditors’ to agree to a bailout extension – which isn’t happening. In which case there would be no need for a referendum.
For Tsipras it looks now as if the key question will rest on WHO gets blamed for a Grexident.
As we watch the drama unfold – awaiting the ‘final curtain’ on 30th June 2015 (although I suspect there will be encores), for those who want to understand HOW this all came about – the film Debtocracy may help. “Debtocracy” seeks the causes of the debt crisis and proposes solutions, hidden by the government and the dominant media.
It’s not just about Greece – this traces the social, economic and political factors globally – with an emphasis on Europe.