Protected Baby P Stepfather to be Given 'Life Sentence' of Three Years
LONDON - England - The protected murderer of Baby Peter and child rapist of a two year old girl will be served a sentence of about three years maximum under British laws.Under British laws, a 'life sentence' means approximately three to five years of incarceration and nothing more.
"This person has not only tortured and murdered a little boy but raped the boy's two year old sister. Under any other country's laws in the world, this person would be named and locked away for life, meaning real life, like he should never be allowed out to see the light of day. In America and a few countries in the world they put these people to death. In England, they praise them, protect them with anonymity, and give them light sentences to be enjoyed in exclusive cell blocks with many amenities normal people cannot afford," Joan Fenchurch, 43, a member of the public said.
"Life Should Mean Life"
It is certainly true that this despicable person will be treated very well in prison, he will enjoy his own personal playstation with all the latest games, dvd players with any film he wants, internet access, vocational training and luxurious gym facilities. He will be given a personal counsellor to confide in at all times, and he will probably be allowed out of the facility once in awhile for supervised shopping trips. He will also enjoy themed parties for the major holidays and prison events all paid for by the taxpayer. He will also have any drug he wants on tap, just as long as he adheres to the prison's unwritten codes of conduct.
"This guy who tortured Baby P to death and raped the little girl is being treated like a king by the courts. They have not even tried him with murder. He's probably laughing into his M&S dessert, as he plays his playstation3 from his luxurious cell. It's kind of funny how they protect the killers and rapists with anonymity like this, I mean the guy is getting off scot free for what he did to Baby P. That's the justice system right there. What I want to know is how do the people who let these people get away with it sleep at night?" a city worker told the Daily Squib.
The people who were not convicted for the murder of baby P will also be given new identities, new homes and new jobs when they complete their sentences in about two and a half years time. The cost to the taxpayer for each of these protected individuals will be in excess of £185,000 per annum for the rest of their lives.
Baby P's mother, who also still has her anonymity protected, was at first charged with child cruelty after she allegedly saw the rape take place but did nothing to stop it. She was later found not guilty and mouthed "thank you" to the jury who acquitted her later.
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