NewallKnowall · 08/07/2021 08:32
I couldn't see a thread so sorry if I've duplicated.
Really shocked to read some of the detail of this case. Not only for what this poor girl went through both experiencing and trying to report the abuse but also for the hints at what this man did to the other children and his partner within the home.
Having read other threads about Molka, then about the cameras in the school and the teacher who had placed one in a bathroom, then about the soft play directors use of cameras... To think that men are using these in homes too! What is being done to prevent the sale and use of these cameras?
NewallKnowall · 08/07/2021 14:12
Sorry, link here - //www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-cambridgeshire-57749255.amp
NewallKnowall · 08/07/2021 18:59
Well it was clearly part of a much bigger pattern of abuse here and seems to be a crime that often occurs alongside others so it needs to be recognised as a significant marker?
There were other children and the mother in that home too, presumably all subject to the same lack of privacy and abuse.
MrsOvertonsWindow · 08/07/2021 20:07
Some juries are very happy to exonerate men who film women in bathrooms - even when it's a naked woman police officer in the mixed sex showers. Deleting everything and returning their phone to factory settings immediately after they've been spotted is no problem
MrsOvertonsWindow · 08/07/2021 20:20
I don't know what's happened to him NewallKnowall. Given the police's dismal record with rape / sexual offences prosecutions (let alone their determination to remove single sex facilities in line with Stonewall's demands) I'm not convinced they'll do anything about him?
CuriousaboutSamphire · 09/07/2021 11:01
Yes, but is undergoing a misconduct investigation.
It's quite a hotly debated topic locally, I know a couple of officers based at that station and they are just a little bit angry
Scoutingformygirls · 02/10/2021 22:26
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