A woman who procured a young girl for her husband to rape has not been declared a dangerous sex offender.
On Tuesday, a judge handed down his reasons for rejecting an application for Jan-Maree Dunlop to declared a dangerous sex offender, finding she did not pose a serious risk to the community.
Dunlop, formerly known as Jan-Maree Farrenkothen, was sentenced to 14 years jail for her role in a 2002 crime in Gladstone, where she lured a young girl to a bedroom where she was handcuffed, gagged and raped by Jurgen 'Terry' Farrenkothen.
Well, there's another paedophile judge to add to the list ... Magistrate Stuart Roberts.
Category: Paedophile Judges
Created: Tuesday, 06 April 2010 19:04
Written by Caroline Overington - The Australian
"A TASMANIAN father described in court as a pedophile has been given regular access to his young daughters, provided his mother -- their grandmother -- never takes her eyes off them.
The court ordered that the girls, who are five and seven, could not be left alone with their father because the risk of sexual abuse was too high.
But it agreed to supervised contact after their grandmother swore that she would not "leave the children alone with the father at any time" and would keep them "absolutely safe."
The case, known as Rivas and Rivas, came before the Federal Magistrates Court in Launceston in February. Magistrate Stuart Roberts said it was "probably the most difficult in my career so far".
Source : http://www.theaustralian.com.au/news/pedophile-granted-access-to-daughters/story-e6frg6n6-1225850076652
Another Paedophile Judge - District Court Judge Rosemary Davey
Category: Paedophile Judges
Created: Thursday, 12 November 2009 21:19
Written by Ken McGregor - The Advertiser
Child porn but no jail for Australian Federal Police officer
Article from: The Advertiser
KEN MCGREGOR, COURT REPORTER
November 11, 2009 11:30am
A FORMER Australian Federal Police officer who downloaded child pornography because he was lonely has been spared jail.
Andrew Peisley, 63, had pleaded guilty to two counts of possessing child pornography at his Noarlunga Downs home during September and October last year.
In sentencing today, District Court Judge Rosemary Davey said she was conflicted on the appropriate sentence to give Peisley, because of his past achievements with the Federal Police and the army.
“You have a history of being a hardworking member of the community,” Judge Davey said.
“On the other hand, your crimes are serious.
“I note that children do not get abused like they do in the photographs without people like you (downloading them).
“You are the cause.”
She said Peisley was also a volunteer worker for the Cancer Foundation and conducted bushwalking tours.
Judge Davey said he was lured into downloading child pornography by pop-ups that flashed on his computer.
She said Peisley, who has post-traumatic stress from armed service in the Vietnam War, became lonely after a failed attempt to reconcile his marriage.
Judge Davey suspended Peisley’s 15-month jail term but warned him not to break her “confidence” in him not reoffending.
“If you find anything that starts to head you down the wrong track, then for heaven’s sake get some help,” she said.
Peisley agreed to sign a three-year good behaviour bond before he was allowed to leave the court