By Southwest Nationalist. Convicted child rapist Roger Gleaves could be set for a £2,600 payout after claiming that slopping out in prison breaches his human rights.
Sick Gleaves, jailed in 1998 for 15 years after being convicted of raping two 14 year old boys, attempted rape, multiple counts of indecent insult, and inciting a boy to rape another boy, considers being forced to use a bucket “degrading and deplorable”.
Good old European Convention on Human Rights again, apparently Gleaves believes that it breaches Article 3 (torture) and Article 8 (right to a private life).
Of course, guess who’s funding the hearings and Gleaves claims. You didn’t need a crystal ball to work out that it’s the taxpayer, did you?
Funny though, Gleaves and his ilk didn’t seem to care about human rights when it came to their victims.
One would certainly imagine it to be accurate if the argument were made that raping someone, and attempting to rape them, violated their rights to a private life and right to be protected from torture, and was most certainly “degrading and deplorable”.
That doesn’t count though, not in rights obsessed Britain.
Rapists have rights, indeed they are afforded the rights that they so brutally deny to their victims.
It’s a common theme in our society, those who don’t give a damn for the rights of others are so quick to sue – with taxpayer backing – when they feel that their own rights have been violated.
The whole system encourages them to do just that, and we end with an insanity where child rapists can get cash payouts because they whine about their rights once convicted.
Although it is not a solution, should Gleave win his case, the money should instantly be awarded to his victims, whose human rights he didn’t give a damn about violating.
Many of these perverts and murderers would do well to reflect on the fact that they are lucky society afforded them the right to a cell and a bucket, it’s more consideration than they ever afforded their victims.
Britain is heartily sick of such cases.
We want human rights for the innocent, for those who have been forced to suffer at the hands of monsters, for those who we can prevent from ever becoming victims, not a charter for cash in the pockets of rapists.