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Post by christabel on Sun Nov 15, 2009 7:49 am

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Teacher fired pedophile

Professor Nuno M., 32, was fired from EB1 + Kindergarten Santa Maria in Lagos, for sexually assaulting five students in the classroom. The dismissal for just cause is the maximum penalty provided for in disciplinary proceedings and the decision emanated directly from the office of Minister of Education.



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Post by maria on Mon Nov 16, 2009 7:06 am

This are not exactly new news, it happened some months ago.

Yes, we have cases like this, but who hasn't? What I find really important is to ask portuguese authorities, whoever they are:

What have they done when Brazil issued the alarm to many countries including Portugal, with paedo names and addresses? What have they done while Spain, based on the very same alarm imprisioned 127 people and seized their computers and thousands of dvds containing child porn material?

What have they done when Brazil (again...) launched an operation and imprisioned around 200 people, issuing (again...) a warning to specific countries about international child pornography rings?

What are they doing about children coming from impoverish families all over Madeira who sell them in the avenues of Funchal for prostitution or hire them to be part of child porn video material shot inside the luxurious yachts anchored at the marina?

What are they doing about the 'still' abused children at Casa Pia and other children's homes, now that the 'bad' guys were caught? Were they the only ones? Better still, were they THE ones?

What are they doing about the abuses recently uncovered at the Military School, where children were abused sexually and harshly bullied by older students with the full knowledge and approval, almost supervision, of seniors army officers?

See, Chris, in my opinion the important thing is not the fact, it is what we do about it, about preventing it to happen again, punish, protect. And there, you are completely right, in this country nothing is proactive and even reactions are slow and soft.
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Re: Primary School Lagos Teacher fired pedophile

Post by maria on Mon Nov 16, 2009 7:14 am

The dismissal for just cause is the maximum penalty provided for in disciplinary proceedings and the decision emanated directly from the office of Minister of Education

This is correct, the school or the Ministry of Education are not judicial entities. Child abuse is a public crime, the public prosecutor SHOULD already have charged the offender, THAT is what is missing.
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Post by dianeh on Mon Nov 16, 2009 8:31 am

Maria

You are 100% correct in your post. It is not that paedophilia occurs, because it occurs in all countries at all levels of society. It is what the country does to stop it that defines its attitude to paedophilia.

Your questions are good ones, and hopefully some answers will be just around the corner.
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Post by bluj1515 on Mon Nov 16, 2009 11:53 am

So true, Maria. I can't believe this teacher wasn't prosecuted.
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Post by Rosie on Mon Nov 16, 2009 11:10 pm

We all have these incidents unfortunately, and it is what we do about them, I know of incidents in the UK where we have lost known sex offenders in the system! So the system has to be tightened up. (Look at Raymond Hewlett for example) What is being done about him? He is British, he is wanted, they know where he is but have done nothing!
I also cannot believe how leniently this teacher was treated,andwhilesuch leniency occurs,itwill attaract like for like! Look at how many known sex offenders were in the vicinity of Praia da Luz when Madeleine was abducted,and none ofthem have been investigated properly, so none can be ruled out properly!
I find the age of this teacher's victims to be worrying too!

Everything you have listed Maria, is so pertinent to the way in which paedophilia is viewed in Portugal, it is as if the authorites are saying that it is really nothing, just a minor transgression, so nothing will ever be done about it, unless the people rise up, unite and make the Portuguese government take notice and legislate and engage someone to ensure that the legislation is put in force in the courts and to als ensure the police investigate sexual crimes concerning children properly.

I am still in absolute shock as to how the cases of abducted children Joana Cipriano and Madeleine McCann were investigated and the blame fitted upon their parents, how much was literally swept under the carpet there, just like what is happening elsewhere and in Casa Pia also?

For such a long time I have been asking about the plight of children that maybe slipping underneath the radar and not even being reported as missing, because of their parents fear of being accused of murdering them etc.
I know there is a problem with street children, and how endemic is parents actually selling their children to paedophiles to be abused?

Maria, you raise so many fears.

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Post by Pedro Silva on Mon Nov 16, 2009 11:51 pm

Itīs so easy to accuse innocent parents, without any evidence to accuse them, (obviously the easy way to hide the failures of those who had the obligation of find the childs), instead of really find the ones they should, because is for that, that people pays their taxes.

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Post by maria on Tue Nov 17, 2009 12:16 am

Maria, you raise so many fears.

I know Rosie, and that's why I've once said that I'm ashamed. Ashamed that nothing is done, ashamed that those who should take initiatives just hide their heads under the wonderful sand of our beaches and allow PUBLIC crimes to go on unstopped, let alone unpunished. Did you know that domestic violence is also a public crime and the prosecutors will NOT move a finger if the victim does not press charges (they are not protected against the perpretator)? And the hospitals DO NOT always notify the police when they receive a victim of sexual abuse or domestic violence? There are many women killed every year around here. Many many children and adults victims of sexual abuse. That we know of, naturally. Many more deaths and abuses do not reach the news, we all know that.
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Post by Catkins on Tue Nov 17, 2009 1:41 am

It happens all over the World.............it is a human disgrace.....
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Post by bluj1515 on Tue Nov 17, 2009 5:59 am

It takes a long, long time to fight that attitude, Maria. It took decades in the US for domestic violence to finally be classified so that prosecutors can pursue the abuser even if the victim will not cooperate, and battered women's syndrome to be recognized as a valid mental illness and therefore an answer to the question skeptical juries asked and still ask "why didn't she just leave?". Even the federal Evidence laws were finally changed to protect the identities of rape victims and to prevent their past sexual histories to become evidence against them at trial. But it took a very long time, and not all the states have them, and women still die and are abused.
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Post by dianeh on Tue Nov 17, 2009 8:28 am

Bluj, I am not sure Aust still allows the past sexual history to be brought up in court for a rape victim anymore. I dont think it is, as it is generally accepted here now that rape is nothing to do with sex, that it is purely to do with violence and power, as is paedophilia.

But for many years I used to get so angry that the history of the victim is raised in court, when there is no relevance, and yet the absolutely relevant history of the accused is not allowed in court.

A few years ago we had a judge who gave a light sentence to a rapist who raped a prostitute. Even though he beat her senseless, the judge said that it was not as serious as if he had raped another woman. Well, there was uproar. And things started to change after that. Even if the rapist had not beat her senseless (and by doing so he is proven to be a very very dangerous man), it is still rape and nothign to do with her being a prostitute. This judge effectively was letting a violent rapist off with a rap on the knuckles. So much for his next victim. Anyway, I cant remember what happened to the judge, but I dont think he had much of a career after that disgraceful judgement.
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