Paedophile allowed to visit children's play centre

(6 Posts)
quoteunquote Tue 15-Oct-13 18:30:56

The mother must be going through hell, having to give access to her child.

edam Mon 30-Sep-13 20:53:15

Not just memories - paedophiles seek out opportunities to abuse and it's entirely possible one might use a visit to soft play to select future victims.

MortifiedAdams Mon 30-Sep-13 20:21:11

I get that the adults with him are there to keep an eye on him and ensure he is physically unable to do anything, but the thought that he could see, become interested in and, ultimately, use the menory of the children there to fuel.his own satisfaction is vile and something they may not jave considered when allowing him.into the building.

edam Mon 30-Sep-13 20:17:09

Good grief. Who the hell thought this was appropriate? And didn't it occur to them the owners and other visitors might object?

And most importantly, why the hell is a sex offender allowed access to a child? She may be his child but she deserves the same protection we'd give anybody else. More so as she's clearly an easy target for him.

What on earth are courts teaching children? 'You are forced into contact with a sex offender by the grown ups in charge of the law because it's your Dad.' Great message. What do they think will happen to these children when they grow up and become parents - will they have learned a skewed attitude to sex offenders because at a tender age grown ups in authority said they MUST be in their company?

NiceTabard Sat 28-Sep-13 22:41:38

How peculiar.

I can understand why the people who use the soft play are upset, but if he's got 2 people with him to watch what he's up to then he's not going to be able to do anything.

I am more confused as to why he is allowed access to his daughter.

Rachel778 Fri 27-Sep-13 17:21:59

Im outraged ,, as are parents who go to the said Play Centre.

http://www.edinburghnews.scotsman.com/news/crime/paedophile-allowed-to-visit-children-s-play-centre-1-3112883

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