Preda Deutsch Website

July, 2016


THE SOMME 2016

July 8, 2016 · 

002

THE SOMME 2016 They stood around the monument, three arches tall, Against the dark gray sky, This first day of July. One hundred years of mourning They came to recall and pray for what we never know. A bugle blared as if to call the troops to life Yet on that day we cant forget […]

Read More...

Alvarez files bill lowering age of criminal liability

July 8, 2016 ·  By INQUIRER.net for newsinfo.inquirer.net

Incoming House Speaker Pantaleon Alvarez. RICHARD A. REYES/INQUIRER FILE PHOTO

True to his word, Davao Del Norte Rep. Pantaleon “Bebot” Alvarez filed a bill seeking to lower the minimum age for criminal liability among minors being used as accomplices by criminals. Alvarez, the pick of President Rodrigo Duterte to lead as Speaker of the House of Representatives, chose this as the main push of the […]

Read More...

Allegations of abuse in UK youth detention centers

July 8, 2016 ·  By Eric Allison and Simon Hattenstone for www.theguardian.com

‘A report says that the Youth Justice Board failed to deal with complaints from children at Medway secure training centre.’ Photograph: Gareth Fuller/PA

Last week a report tore a strip off G4S, the world’s biggest security firm. It was commissioned by the Ministry of Justice, following investigations earlier this year by Panorama and the Guardian exposed shocking abuses at a children’s prison run by the company. It was no surprise that G4S stood condemned for the manner in […]

Read More...

G4S Young Offenders: “degrading and racist treatment” say Inspectors

July 8, 2016 ·  By converseprisonnews.com

001

Young offenders at a secure centre near Rugby were subjected to degrading treatment and racist comments and were cared for by staff who were under the influence of drugs, a damning Ofsted report has found. Rainsbrook Secure Training Centre (STC) has been declared inadequate by the watchdog, after inspectors found a catalogue of failings including […]

Read More...

Gang networks in Europe ‘forcing children to steal’

July 8, 2016 ·  By Europe for www.bbc.com

A couple in their forties were arrested by police in Barcelona last week as part of the inquiry

Dutch police say some 300 children are being exploited across Europe by gangs that force them to steal €1,000 (£770; $1,100) a day. Four networks were uncovered operating in the Netherlands, Spain, Austria, Croatia and Bosnia, police said. Six missing children from the Netherlands were found in appalling conditions in Spain last week when a […]

Read More...

Ex-soldier jailed for 20 years for raping girl of 7

July 8, 2016 ·  By Devon for www.bbc.com

Stuart Hendry, 59, from Torrington in Devon, pretended to be gay to hide his sexual interest in the seven-year-old girl he raped

A former soldier convicted of raping a seven-year-old girl told a Devon court she bullied him into giving her “sex education lessons”. Stuart Hendry was jailed for 20 years after Exeter Crown Court heard his victim had suffered psychological harm. Judge Graham Cottle said his behaviour was “incomprehensible to ordinary decent people.” Hendry, 59, from […]

Read More...

The Good News is That Justice Has Been Done

July 7, 2016 ·  By Fr. Shay Cullen

136249910_0

The Good News is That Justice Has Been Done Fr. Shay Cullen 7 July 2016 The serial child sexual abuser Douglas Slade from Aylesbury in Buckinghamshire was sentenced to 24 years in jail after he was extradited back to the UK and faced sexual abuse charges. He was charged in court in Angeles City, Pampanga, […]

Read More...

For 1st time, PH meets US standards vs trafficking

July 7, 2016 ·  By Paterno Esmaquel II for www.rappler.com

SUSPECTED TRAFFICKERS. A Filipino couple, suspected of engaging in trafficking in persons and child pornography, is escorted at the National Bureau of Investigation in Manila, Philippines, on April 26, 2016. Photo by Francis Malasig/EPA

The Philippines becomes the only Southeast Asian country under Tier 1 of the US trafficking report – the parting legacy of former president Benigno Aquino III MANILA, Philippines – For the first time, the Philippines met the minimum standards of the United States against human trafficking, a $150-billion global industry that includes prostitution, forced labor, […]

Read More...

Olongapo judge accused of extortion

July 5, 2016 ·  By Edu Punay for www.philstar.com

ciocan_justitie

MANILA, Philippines – A judge in Olongapo City is facing an administrative case before the Supreme Court (SC) for alleged extortion. In a two-page complaint filed on May 4 with the office of the court administrator, Singapore businessman Dinesh Singh said Olongapo City Regional Trial Court Branch 72 Judge Richard Paradeza tried to extort P1 […]

Read More...

MailOnLine reporter Simon Parry helps save pedophile’s victims in the Philippines.

July 4, 2016 ·  By Simon Parry In Vung Tau, Vietnam, For Mailonline for www.dailymail.co.uk

Fiend: Vile Glitter grabs his youngest victim, 10-year-old D who was 'sold' to him by her aunt in 2005

One of paedophile Gary Glitter’s youngest victims has broken her 10-year silence to speak for the first time as an adult of her appalling ordeal at the fallen idol’s hands. In a harrowing insight into the lifelong effects of the shamed glam rocker’s catalogue of sickening attacks, ‘N’ – who was just 11 when pervert […]

Read More...
Page 3 of 3123

Copyright © 2017 · Preda Foundation, Inc. All Rights Reserved