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Sarah's Law allowing parents to carry out sex offender checks is to be rolled out

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Post by Silverspeed on Thu Oct 30, 2014 1:52 pm

@frost wrote:My heart goes out to the Payne family  they really have endured the worst nightmare imaginable since Sarahs death . 

I did not realise Michael had been jailed for striking his brother I would have thought under the circumstances a custodial sentence was rather excessive , he obviously needed help and support which by the looks of things was not forthcoming . 

Sara has also suffered immensly in the aftermath of Sarahs death and suffered a brain hemorage infact I think she had 2 if I remember correctly . 

Compare this family to the Mccanns and there really is no comparison whatsoever . 

Michael was jailed for assaulting his brother the Mccanns did not even recieve a slap on the wrist for supposedly abandoning 3 toddlers to fend for themselves .

Sara has also done far more for the protection of children than the Mccanns will ever achieve . 

Just what makes the Mccanns so special when families like the Paynes and Needhams are left to suffer , fend for themselves and basically just get on with it ?


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Post by bristow on Thu Oct 30, 2014 2:35 pm

So desperately sad, poor poor man.  Sad

Spivey has done a great article on this today.

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