Aug 11 2013
NO NO NO !!!
With Barbara Hewson still after a lowering of age of consent, Lawyers in Paedophile cases saying 13 year olds are sexual predators you’d think we have enough to contend with but no…..
Now Eddy Shah is at it….13 year old girls who throw themselves at older men are to blame !! Jesus H !! Do these older men not have morals ? Do they not think that 13 year old girls do have crushes and fantasies but they should remain that way. This is an appalling way of thinking from Mr.Shah recently cleared of raping a school girl. Who the hell does he think he is ?
My soon to be 13 year old daughter can clearly be seen to have crushes on her older sisters boyfriends but they in their teens and early twenties know better…..Know better than a tycoon Newspaper owner, than a top Barrister and others in the legal profession. It doesn’t matter how much of a crush my 13 year old has on an older man he should have more sense. Ask any Father what he would think if his teen daughter was taken advantage of like that and I’d be surprised if the word “Murder” didn’t enter the conversation.
No matter how mature a 13 year old may look, and with make up and the clothes they can look a lot older, they are not mature enough mentally to make decisions regarding sex. I have had enough of this cover of paedophilic behaviour from celebrities and the elite, 13 is far too young and any British Father will tell you so. She may have a crush on you cos you’re their favourite singer or celebrity but you have a moral obligation in your position to be trustworthy.
Put bluntly : Would you let an older man fuck your 13 year old ? Would you a friends daughter ? The very thought is sickening.
‘Underage girls are to blame for sexual abuse if they consent to sex’, says Eddy Shah
The 69-year-old said that rape charges involving girls who “threw themselves” at celebrities could be a legal technicality
Former newspaper tycoon Eddy Shah has said underage girls who engage in consensual sex must take the blame for the abuse they suffer.
Mr Shah, who was recently cleared of raping a schoolgirl in the 1990s, told the BBC: “If we’re talking about girls who just go out and have a good time, then they are to blame.”
The 69-year-old founder of the newspaper ‘Today’, said that rape charges involving girls who “threw themselves” at celebrities could be a legal technicality.
Mr Shah, who lives in Chippenham, Wiltshire, also said Scotland Yard’s investigation into allegations of sexual abuse by Jimmy Savile and other television stars from the 1970s and 1980s is developing into a “witch hunt”.
His comments come just a month after he was cleared of raping a schoolgirl and follow an incident last week when a prosecutor was suspended and a judge placed under investigation after it emerged a 13-year-old female sex abuse victim was labelled “predatory” and “sexually experienced” in court.
In the interview on BBC Radio Five Live, Mr Shah told presenter Stephen Nolan: “Rape was a technical thing – below a certain age. But these girls were going out with pop groups and becoming groupies and throwing themselves at them.
“Young girls and young men have always wanted a bit of excitement when they are young. They want to appear adult and do adult things.”
Asked by the presenter whether he thought the victims themselves were at fault he said: “If we’re talking about girls who just go out and have a good time, then they are to blame.
“If we talk about people who go out and actually get ‘raped’ raped, then I feel no – and everything should be done against that.”
Mr Shah was asked if he thought the Operation Yewtree investigation into Savile and others is in danger of becoming a witch hunt.
“I think it’s developing into that – it’s easy policing and it’s easy prosecutions. It’s based on emotion most of it,” he said.
“It’s going back to the witch hunt theory. I’d rather be dunked in water for two minutes and if I came out alive I was not guilty, and if I was dead I was guilty.
“In a civilised society there’s got to be more checks and balances before these sort of accusations are used.
“It’s great headlines in papers, it’s great to talk about these things. And it’s emotional stuff and the emotion always falls on the side of the person who is supposed to have been raped.”
Mr Shah said he had been helping a “very well-known person” charged by Operation Yewtree investigators deal with the “horrible, horrible feeling” of “emptiness about everything” that he had experienced when he was accused of rape.
He also revealed for the first time that he had suicidal thoughts during his trial.
“Every night I worked out different ways of committing suicide to help me go to sleep, actually,” he said.
“I was very low, the only time I was lower than that in my life was when we were told (Mr Shah’s wife) Jennifer had three months to live all those years ago. You cannot describe the depths you go to.
“You just want to fall down and never get up again, you think ‘maybe the stress will kill me and that’ll sort the problem out’. I wasn’t frightened of dying, let me put it that way.”
The comments come after prosecuting barrister Robert Colover made “inappropriate comments” during the sentencing of paedophile Neil Wilson, who admitted engaging in sexual with a 13-year-old girl.
The judge in the case, Nigel Peters QC, is being investigated by the Office for Judicial Complaints for remarks he made before he gave Wilson an eight-month suspended sentence and allowed him to walk free from court.
Mr Colover has been suspended from prosecuting sexual offence cases pending a review by the Crown Prosecution Service.
Wilson, 41, is due to appear before Judge Peters again via videolink at Snaresbrook Crown Court tomorrow to deal with “an administrative matter” in relation to his sentence.
Mr Shah, whose birth name is Selim Shah, founded the now-defunct Today newspaper in 1986.
After clashes with unions, he was the first person to invoke Margaret Thatcher’s anti-union laws.
He later went on to become the author of several novels.
And as if on cue
Look at the picture….Attractive young girl yes ? But very young eh ?
She’ll grow into a beautiful woman – if they can find her !!!!!
This is the type of girl Eddy Shah thinks it’s ok to fuck, the type Barbara Hewson thinks is old enough to say yes to sex and another barrister thinks could be a sexual predator.
She’s missing, possibly dead, possibly been raped – she’s someones baby – a young thirteen year old baby – no clue about the monsters in this world, an innocent…..And Shah thinks it ok to prey on these babies !!!!!!!
Man held by police as search for missing Erika Kacicova, 13, enters sixth day
Sheffield teenager’s disappearance declared a “critical incident” by police
Police searching for a missing schoolgirl from Sheffield are questioning a man suspected of her abduction.
Erika Kacicova was last seen at around 4pm on Monday 5 August when she left her family’s home on Poole Road in Darnall, Sheffield.
A 22-year-old man from Bradford came forward on Friday and was arrested on suspicion of child abduction. He is now being questioned by detectives in Sheffield.
Officers are carrying out door to door inquiries in Darnall and a team from South Yorkshire Police are looking for Erika in Bradford.
Her disappearance has been declared a “critical incident” by South Yorkshire Police.
Detective Inspector Helen Tate said: “Erika has now been missing for almost five full days and we haven’t had any positive sightings or confirmed contact from her.
“We know she has gone missing before but not for this long.
“She is a young girl, away from home and our main aim is for her to return safe and well.
“We know Erika’s family have friends and acquaintances in the Bradford area, so she may well have travelled to West Yorkshire.”
She also made a direct appeal to Erika asking her to get in touch, adding that she is not in any trouble.
Police described Erika as eastern European, 4ft 11in tall, of slim build, with long, dark brown straight hair and brown eyes.
She was last seen wearing blue jeans, a pink polo-shirt and a silver-grey jacket.
Anyone with information regarding Erika’s whereabouts should contact South Yorkshire Police on 101.