Telford Family BLOCKED From Prosecuting Because 13-Year-Old Daughter ‘Consented’ To Sex

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Reece Coombes

As a 16-year-old member of UKIP with a cardboard Nigel Farage cut-out in his bedroom, Reece is hardly your bog-standard student, but he cherishes his independent thinking as his greatest strength. Reece is the founder and owner of Kipper Central, a UKIP community blog with thousands of daily hits and is also the Deputy Chairman of Young Independence, UKIP's youth wing, where he works hard to promote Brexit and radical thinking to young people across Britain.

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13 Responses

  1. MIKE MAUNDER says:

    The connivance of the CPS with ‘modern p.c. Government’ is a blot on this Nation’s legal history. It has to end, and I am so pleased that UKIP would be ready to close the CPS in favour of decisions being taken by local Police Forces. Not only is this correct, but the costs of the CPS would be welcome by the Police !

  2. Margaret Dennis says:

    The age of consent is 16 so, although the CPS may have blocked the family so far, they must appeal this travesty of justice. Mark Pritchard MP should help on this.

  3. John Whitby says:

    The police seem to be having a problem with what the law says don’t they?
    We’ve got video footage showing someone objecting to prayers in the Royal parks, which is illegal, and the police being told about the laws, but ignoring them. Now the police say that a 13 year old has ‘consented to sex’. Well, as I understand it, the age of consent is not 13, it’s 16. At 13 you are not, legally a responsible person and you cannot give consent!
    If I were to have sex with a 13 year old, I wonder if the same excuse would work for me?? Somehow, I think not.
    We have people being arrested for Hate Crimes, but those physically attacking police and the public in Hyde park are ignored, as are those carrying ISIS and Hezbollah flags, and calling for bloody jihad against us.
    We now have a very obvious two tier justice system. This is a real problem and will start to cause very serious issues in the future.
    The whole basis of UK justice is that everyone is equal under the law, something that was shown in January 1649 when Parliament executed Charles I. But now, there is inequality!
    A man get 12 months for throwing bacon at a mosque, while an Islamic teacher get let of for Rape because his family don’t speak English. A man get 48 years for driving into a crowd of Muslims, but a Muslim who does the same thing is charged with Dangerous Driving, not Murder? No prosecutions for FGM, No prosecutions for calling for bloody Jihad against unbelievers in the UK.

    No, this is a two tier system of Law & Justice heavily weighed against the indigenous population of the UK, and those with ‘conservative’ views of life and behaviour.

  4. sjacks says:

    This decision is a flagrant disregard for UK law in order to protect Muslim grooming gangs.
    UK law states that an underage person can never consent to sex with an adult, it is always deemed as rape.

  5. J.L.Kay says:

    Not surprised at the findings re the CPS. As an ex front-line police officer I can recall numerous cases where the CPS has failed to prosecute, when the police are convinced they have a good case. Politically-correct and incompetent on far too many occasions. NOTE Sexual intercourse with someone under the age of sixteen, especially where the accused person is an adult, whether the minor has given their consent or not , is an offence, regardless of whether the adult believes that person is sixteen or not. Ignorance of the law is no defence in the UK.

  6. Pamela Preedy says:

    Oops! I forgot something. Everything I said in an earlier comment about the Electoral Commission and the Parole Board being unfit for the purpose of serving the interests of the true British people also applies to the Crown Prosecution Service. But there are so many Establishment Commissions, Boards and Services that should be scrapped, it’s probably easier to point out the ones that do a proper non-PC job. There won’t be many, if any.
    What part of ‘no sex with under-16s’ does the CPS not understand? It’s time to raise the age of consent to 18 and introduce draconian punishments for ALL those who flout the law, no muslim exceptions.

    • forthurst says:

      I told that to a friend of mine who has a very substantial twitter following some time ago; my argument was that it was not logical that the legal age of consent was less than the legal age at which a child became an adult because it meant in one vitally important area parents had no legal right to control their children’s behaviour even if they wanted to in the interests of the child’s welfare. It would also put paid to the “I thought she was sixteen” defence. My friend was dubious because he felt it was too draconian and would lack support. To his surprise he found an overall positive response to this proposition.

    • Stanley Cutts says:

      Pamela – I totally agree with you. The performance of our government in this area is abysmal! Under age is under age!

  7. John says:

    How come white teachers get prosecuted for grooming pupils. Not right but one law for one race another law for a religion of peace 😩

  8. Tacitus says:

    I don’t like the photo accompanying this article as it suggests the girls were street walkers, when in fact they were just girls

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