UK: Police hunt for sex offenders who have fled country

Five registered sex offenders have evaded police and fled the country, it has emerged. Figures from Police Scotland show there are currently more than 4,000 sex offenders being managed in the community and a further 1,283 in custody or in hospital. But five registered offenders who are required to notify the authorities of their whereabouts are wanted by police and are believed to have left the UK. Police Scotland said its enquiries had confirmed all five are abroad in “known countries”, with measures in place to arrest them should they return to the UK. Full Article

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WOW… five sex offenders escaped the invisible shackles, and should they land their feet on the shores of Briton, they will “capture” them! Scares me to the inner fabric of my snot rag in my back pocket! “… with measures in place to arrest them should they return to the UK. … “. More moronic fear mongering. I guess Scotland Yard has not reviewed recent data on RSOs reoffending! I just love governments’ great propaganda marketing tactics.

They are all here living with me ! LOL now what ya gunna do ? Any their not coming back to the UK either !
“These are dangerous individuals who have been allowed to escape police attention, are able to re-offend and may already have done so but who have now fled the country. “Tracking down these criminals should be one of Police Scotland’s top priorities, and it needs now to explain as a matter of some urgency what efforts are being made to recapture these individuals.

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If they are so dangerous why did you let them out ?
And id they did their sentence they are still criminals that have committed new crimes ??

I particularly don’t like the toxic tone of “individuals” being used as a disparaging, intransitive verb throughout this “news” bulletin. I guess using the word “pervert” would diminish the authenticity of their message.

Good luck to them. Hope they elude capture and go on to enjoy a life free from the social shaming that has somehow become acceptable in this modern age.

“Sex offenders” are the only class/race/group of individuals that it is still perfectly acceptable to discriminate against in 2017!

Good for them – get the hell out of there!


Meanwhile, the Muslim horde of “refugees” are allowed in to dilute and pollute Western culture. To call out the scourge of sex offenders, a false flag, is completely acceptable. To call out this suicidal policy toward “migrants” is racist and the only thing worse than being deemed racist is to be branded a sex offender.
The world is upside frigging down.

I hope they are able to stay in hiding, which would prove yet again that we’re not the boogeyman we’re made out to be.