Websites probed over Baby P posts...Oops!

#1
Police are investigating an internet hate campaign which has breached an order preventing the identification of those convicted in the Baby P case.
Posts on social networking sites listed the names of the 17-month-old boy's mother, her boyfriend and her lodger.
The campaign included photos, addresses and threats to harm the trio who were found to be responsible for his death.
BBC News

A spokeswoman for one of the websites involved told the BBC that the content reflected public reactions to the case and the site would not be shut down.
"In the tragic case of Baby P, these conversations mirror those that are currently taking place everywhere, from the House of Commons to the man on the street.
"Even though this is a highly controversial issue, this alone is not a reason to disable groups."
see its not just us who are outraged
we've just got the best bus
 
#3
nebapneb said:
Police are investigating an internet hate campaign which has breached an order preventing the identification of those convicted in the Baby P case.
Posts on social networking sites listed the names of the 17-month-old boy's mother, her boyfriend and her lodger.
The campaign included photos, addresses and threats to harm the trio who were found to be responsible for his death.
BBC News

A spokeswoman for one of the websites involved told the BBC that the content reflected public reactions to the case and the site would not be shut down.
"In the tragic case of Baby P, these conversations mirror those that are currently taking place everywhere, from the House of Commons to the man on the street.
"Even though this is a highly controversial issue, this alone is not a reason to disable groups."
see its not just us who are outraged
we've just got the best bus

This is very true how people feel "In the tragic case of Baby P, these conversations mirror those that are currently taking place everywhere, from the House of Commons to the man on the street .
 
#5
I've had about 10 text messages naming them all and where they actually live. They'll have to probe a lot of mobile phones as well then.
 
#6
I would hope her unborn child is taken away from her immediately, and then her womb and ovaries are ripped out so the kunt can never have children again. Sadly my highest hope for any really justice lie with the inmates that might get the chance to do these three animals some serious damage.
 
#7
hairyhandbag said:
Glass house and stones comes to mind

Name and shame Linky
No sympathy

HH
well fcuck me!
didn't realise the beeb had dropped a bollock on this
so therefore its already in the public domain
and the court injunction is closing the stable door after the horse has brutally tortured & murdered a 17month old child
 
#9
clownbasher said:
I'm confused of why convicted killers (but not convicted of murder - also confused about this) have been granted anonymity??
Not quite sure but is it because the verdict has not been decided and sentence dished out :?
 
#10
I'd be very concerned at the hundreds of thousands joining facebook groups to express their outrage.
 
#11
hairyhandbag said:
clownbasher said:
I'm confused of why convicted killers (but not convicted of murder - also confused about this) have been granted anonymity??
Not quite sure but is it because the verdict has not been decided and sentence dished out :?
There's speculation that it might be because the mother and 'stepfather' are facing more charges. There were, IIRC, three other kids in the house (feck me! She's 25 and pregnant with her 6th kid having dropped No 5 in prison - how did she manage that?).

Anonymity would stop them whingeing about not being able to get a fair trial.
 
#12
vampireuk said:
I'd be very concerned at the hundreds of thousands joining facebook groups to express their outrage.
I'm so sick of all those chav outrage group's spewing self righteous sh1te while the people posting are smoking crack around thier snot nosed dirty malnourished offspring. :x :x :x
 
#13
Ancient_Mariner said:
Anonymity would stop them whingeing about not being able to get a fair trial.
How ironic if the actions of the pitchfork-wielding mob mean that they go unpunished.

'I hate them evil child-killers so much that I am going to deliberately jeopardise the opportunity for them to face justice.' :roll:
 
#14
I ordered one of them Baby P commemorative watch (all proceeds to charridee) on teh interweb. I had to send it back when I got it because the hands were broken, the face was badly scratched and the back was snapped.
 
#15
clownbasher said:
I'm confused of why convicted killers (but not convicted of murder - also confused about this) have been granted anonymity??
They can't be convicted of murder as each blamed the other. Some loophole in the law, I believe.
 
#16
Ancient_Mariner said:
hairyhandbag said:
clownbasher said:
I'm confused of why convicted killers (but not convicted of murder - also confused about this) have been granted anonymity??
Not quite sure but is it because the verdict has not been decided and sentence dished out :?
There's speculation that it might be because the mother and 'stepfather' are facing more charges. There were, IIRC, three other kids in the house (feck me! She's 25 and pregnant with her 6th kid having dropped No 5 in prison - how did she manage that?).

Anonymity would stop them whingeing about not being able to get a fair trial.
Be quite happy for them to get a mis-trial and have to be released :roll:
 
#17
dogmeat said:
I ordered one of them Baby P commemorative watch (all proceeds to charridee) on teh interweb. I had to send it back when I got it because the hands were broken, the face was badly scratched and the back was snapped.
i hate to admit it but i chuckled :twisted:

edited for mong spolleng
 
#18
right-grumpy said:
Ancient_Mariner said:
hairyhandbag said:
clownbasher said:
I'm confused of why convicted killers (but not convicted of murder - also confused about this) have been granted anonymity??
Not quite sure but is it because the verdict has not been decided and sentence dished out :?
There's speculation that it might be because the mother and 'stepfather' are facing more charges. There were, IIRC, three other kids in the house (feck me! She's 25 and pregnant with her 6th kid having dropped No 5 in prison - how did she manage that?).

Anonymity would stop them whingeing about not being able to get a fair trial.
Be quite happy for them to get a mis-trial and have to be released :roll:
Problem is then that we'll be paying for their protection/change of ID & move somewhere else...
 
#19
dogmeat said:
I ordered one of them Baby P commemorative watch (all proceeds to charridee) on teh interweb. I had to send it back when I got it because the hands were broken, the face was badly scratched and the back was snapped.
You fatherless. :D
 
#20
right-grumpy said:
Ancient_Mariner said:
hairyhandbag said:
clownbasher said:
I'm confused of why convicted killers (but not convicted of murder - also confused about this) have been granted anonymity??
Not quite sure but is it because the verdict has not been decided and sentence dished out :?
There's speculation that it might be because the mother and 'stepfather' are facing more charges. There were, IIRC, three other kids in the house (feck me! She's 25 and pregnant with her 6th kid having dropped No 5 in prison - how did she manage that?).

Anonymity would stop them whingeing about not being able to get a fair trial.
Be quite happy for them to get a mis-trial and have to be released :roll:
Obviously, they wouldn't get released. But, as things stand, I believe they are only facing a maximum of 5 or 6 years in prison (14 years max for what they've been convicted of, 50% automatic remission, less time already spent on remand, less whatever 'emergency release' provisions due to prison overcrowding are in force at the time).

I'd be willing to bet the mother does less than 3 years.

I believe the stepfather's brother was a nonce. If the stepfather has, for example, been having sex with Baby P's older sisters, he could be facing a life sentence for child rape.

It would be a tragedy if he got away with something like that and avoided the length of sentence he deserves for killing that baby, just because somebody put pictures up on their web site.
 

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