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Friday, 25 January 2013
PETITION ASKING JUDGE NICLAS PARRY TO APOLOGISE TO THE RAPE VICTIM HE BLAMED FOR BEING RAPED
600 people have already signed the petition asking Judge Niclas Parry to apologise to the teenage rape victim he blamed for being raped, He said she had "let herself down badly" Please sign.
Niclas Parry as a solicitor represented paedophiles in the North Wales Child Abuse inquiry. The validity of the Inquiry is now being reviewed in the Macur Review by a High Court Judge. Judge Parry also jailed child abuse investigator Andrea Davison for 3 years although he said "no-one had lost any money" and no-one had been harmed.
Judge Niclas Parry's friend and fellow BBC Football broadcaster Stuart Hall who was charged this week by police with the rape of a 22-year-old in
1976 and 14 counts of indecent assault against girls as young as 9
years old. And yes Judge Niclas Parry doubles up as a BBC Radio presenter.
BBC SPORTS PRESENTER AND CROWN COURT JUDGE NICLAS PARRY WHO REPRESENTS PAEDOPHILES AND BLAMES RAPE VICTIMS
Judge Niclas Parry, Caenarfon Crown Court
I am writing to ask you to publicly apologise for, and retract your
comments to the rape victim of Anthony Parry that she 'let herself down
badly' (reported December 14 2012, BBC News). To focus on the behaviour
of the victim whilst sentencing a guilty rapist sends out the message
that rape is partially the victim's fault. This is particularly
concerning in light of the recent Home Office report which found that
rape conviction rates remain pitifully low, and that many victims are
afraid to report rape because they fear them will be blamed.
or victim-blaming attitudes from members of the criminal justice system
have regularly been cited as a factor in discouraging rape victims from
coming forward, so it is particularly disappointing that an influential
figure such as yourself felt the need to imply that women are to blame
for being raped if they have been drinking. This will only contribute to
a culture where victims remain afraid to come forward and rapists
continue to go unpunished.
Your words also go directly against
one of the main premises of the Sexual Offences Bill 2003, as described
in the Stern Report 2010 - namely that "sex without consent is always
rape and all other factors about a person making a complaint of rape are
irrelevant to that central fact". (The Stern Review 2010, Page 14)
for and retract your victim-blaming comments to this woman, and instead
use your power as a member of the judiciary to send out an unequivocal
message that rape is always 100% the rapist's fault.