Baby P

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Baby P

Postby plook » Wed Aug 12, 2009 9:12 am

So the base, sub-human perpetrators of torture and death of baby P have been named.
My concern is that in three years the woman will be out because she was charged with neglect rather than murder, and we ,the tax payers, will be providing funds for her and eventually the other two sub-humans, to start a new life.
My personal view is that if they have to be released from prison, then release them , however they are treated by the public will not be as vile as the way that little boy ,(and girl), were treated in their short lifes by those people

As for social workers if they feel intimidated when entering a home,and I am sure they must have been with a neo-nazi,crack smoking sadists in the house, to view a vulnerable person they should be accompanied by the police.

Do-gooders who believe that these perpetrators are a product of their up bringing should examine why people of the same deprived childhood don't turn into child torturers and killers.
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Postby Rose » Wed Nov 18, 2009 10:42 pm

Just read your comment about baby P Plook, whats to say that the vile 'mother' doesn't have another baby as soon as she can after her release, if she has a new identity what is to stop this happening to some other poor little baby!!
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Re: Baby P

Postby plook » Mon Oct 07, 2013 10:05 am

Seven years on and children are being starved or tortured to death- and what happens,"Lessons will be learnt", well its taking a bloody long time for organisations involved in the care of the public including children to get their act together !

When someone is conducting a food business and an Environmental Health Officer wishes to conduct an inspection and are refused entry by the owner , they go to a magistrate and the police accompanies the EHO to gain entry to protect the public from harm.

When a social worker or health visitor visits a vulnerable child they should at least see the child. If the parent refuses to allow this then they should go through a process that allows the police to gain access to the child accompanied by the health visitor/social worker to protect the childs.

When children arrive at the GP surgery or A/E covered in bruises and the parent says he fell down stairs do something-protect the child until you determine the facts!

Okay so some parents may be wrongly accused , so what, its the safety of the child not the sensibilities of the parents that matters.
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Re: Baby P

Postby plook » Mon Nov 04, 2013 11:01 am

I am pleased to hear that when there is a "failure to report" abuse of children or for that mater any vulnerable adult it will become a criminal offence- about time.
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