Common sense prevails - Worboys release overturned.

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Found 28th Mar
After a court ruling this morning Worboys will remain in prison unless and until a new Parole Board panel grants his release.
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It's a shame that it took an outcry against his parole to overturn the decision to release him. Hopefully he will stay put until he dies.
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yes, vile character.
Hopefully it will be for a very very long time.
Agreed. If only he had been properly prosecuted for all the offenses, the victims would not have been put through this.
It's a shame that it took an outcry against his parole to overturn the decision to release him. Hopefully he will stay put until he dies.
Predikuesi2 m ago

It's a shame that it took an outcry against his parole to overturn the …It's a shame that it took an outcry against his parole to overturn the decision to release him. Hopefully he will stay put until he dies.



Hear hear
Whoever in the parole service made the original descision to releae him should be sacked.
What about poor bronson. Hes been in forever.
"Nick Hardwick has rightly resigned as the chairman of the Parole Board. Martin Jones, the Parole Board chief executive, remains in post and is declining to answer journalists’ questions this afternoon. The Parole Board says the three anonymous panel members who made the original decision to release Worboys will not be named and the buck will not be passed to them."
123thisisme9 h, 55 m ago

Whoever in the parole service made the original descision to releae him …Whoever in the parole service made the original descision to releae him should be sacked.


They are only following guidelines. AFAIK they were not allowed to take into consideration previous incidents that hadn't gone through the court process and their victim impact statements.

We have a major issue with our judicial system including the CPS, the courts, the sentencing guidelines and the prisons. More "effort" is placed on the convicted/criminal human rights than that of the victims.

If you look at any local newspaper where repeat offenders for shoplifting, TWOCing, burglary etc are mostly just slapped on the wrist and released back into society only to cause more burden/heartache for even more victims... that's if it goes to court. Some police forces will just issue warnings and then there's the CPS << go watch the latest episode of 24hrs in police custody where the CPS stated there wasn't enough evidence on the first challenge by the police.
philphil6128th Mar

They are only following guidelines. AFAIK they were not allowed to take …They are only following guidelines. AFAIK they were not allowed to take into consideration previous incidents that hadn't gone through the court process and their victim impact statements.We have a major issue with our judicial system including the CPS, the courts, the sentencing guidelines and the prisons. More "effort" is placed on the convicted/criminal human rights than that of the victims.If you look at any local newspaper where repeat offenders for shoplifting, TWOCing, burglary etc are mostly just slapped on the wrist and released back into society only to cause more burden/heartache for even more victims... that's if it goes to court. Some police forces will just issue warnings and then there's the CPS << go watch the latest episode of 24hrs in police custody where the CPS stated there wasn't enough evidence on the first challenge by the police.


I thought one of the points that lead to the review was that they hadn't taken into account allegations that weren't subject to convictions? Also that they should have made further enquiries.
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