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Friday, June 27, 2008

Capill - the inside view

Notorious paedophile Graham Capill is up for parole. The prisoner I spoke to - at length - about his time in the same unit as Capill paints him out to be a grotesque and utterly unlikeable character:

The Parole Board has described a proposal paedophile Graham Capill be freed early from prison so he can be assessed for a sex offenders' programme as "novel".

Capill, a former head of the Christian Heritage political party and a former police prosecutor, is serving a nine-year jail sentence for the sexual violation of three young girls, aged between five and 11.

The Parole Board today released its report on Capill's first application for parole since he admitted his offending and was jailed in 2005.

The board said he had been an "exemplary" prisoner but it would not release him until he had attended a child sex offender programme.

Exemplary? I was told of what they said he would do as he interacted with his children on his visits. Not worth repeating for the sake of good taste. I hope it wasn't as bad as what they made out.

As for his character, Capill was always right and everyone else was wrong. I was told that he was smarmy, looked down upon everyone (and this wasn't an exclusively sex offender unit either - it was for different categories of lower security older men) and generally, he thought he was God. The impression was that this guy is an awful human being, totally unremorseful, totally unable to respect others. I hope he has his parole declined till well after he's been through every damn programme they can possibly think of.

Capill's conduct in prison had been "exemplary" and he had excellent support, the board's report said.
"There have been no misconducts. Amongst the papers we have you are described as being polite and compliant and you have obviously spent your time well in prison."
Capill had support from some people whose names were withheld.
His wife is understood to be standing by him despite his convictions.

Where do we start? That it is "support," especially amongst religious sects, that provide the space of trust available to perpetrate sex crimes against children in the first place... that being polite and compliant is ample evidence of the type of smarmy manipulation that allowed him to perpetrate his sex crimes against children in the first place... That while she might not have been a silent partner to the offending her role is still questionable in the minds of many... Where do we start?


At 27/6/08 3:52 pm, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Where is the outcry from The Sensible Sentancing Trust?

Funny that when the person in question is whits they never have anything to say.

At 27/6/08 5:42 pm, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Where is the outcry from The Sensible Sentancing Trust?

Funny that when the person in question is whits they never have anything to say.

5 seconds on google brought up this:


It pays to do a little research before you open your stupid pie-hole Anon.

Truth be known, most sensible sentencing trust supporters would have rejoiced when Capill got smacked in the head outside court and would be more than happy for Capill to be thrown into general popultion for a taste of his own medicine.

At 27/6/08 6:08 pm, Anonymous Anonymous said...

I am very surprised they let his children visit him in prison considering who some of his victims were.

The fact that there has been no suicide attempts by Capill tells you how much he considers what he did was wrong.

Offenders for crimes like his should serve their full term, no buts, no maybes.

You couldn't call what the wife feels for him love, could you?, I mean she knows he's sexually abused children that she knows and judging by the letter he sent to all the CH people when he was convicted he sees nothing wrong in what he did.

How could you love someone like that?

At 27/6/08 9:08 pm, Anonymous Anonymous said...

lest we forget...


At 28/6/08 6:26 pm, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Little wifey standing by her 'man'.

If there were prizes for stupidity women would win most of them.

Having seen some things at close quarters, I am sure there needs to be more attention paid to the attitudes of women, untill they are included in the process and challenged on the behaviours I can not see much chance of change.

I always used to see male crime as a totally male problem, now I see women as a major factor that is being ignored.

These women need treatment.

At 28/6/08 10:01 pm, Blogger Hated By Most said...

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At 29/6/08 1:49 pm, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Parents need to take more responsibilty.

With the catholic priests the kids were pretty much send as sacrifical lambs to keep 'father' happy, it was a perk of the position.

Most parents knew but turned a blind eye and deaf ear they let it go on it was tradition.

Parents still choose to send their kids for brainwashing, parents still know their children are being abused.

In the case of the childrens homes the authorities knew, it was and still is common knowledge but governments still throw money at relgion, they see it as a easy way of passing the buck, they want someone else to take over problems that should be their responsility.

Sure blame the religions but look at those who 'enable' them as well.

A specific example is Brethern - child abuse is rampant but is the goverment acting to protect them - NOPE, bloody cowards.

Apart from the sex and violence keeping children in a cult and isolated is abuse, lying to them (the earth is 5 years old) is abuse children have a right to genuine education - all religious segregated schools should be closed and all children should have to go to a school teaching approved lessons based on science and facts not bullshit.

Parents and governmesnt are the real abusers.

At 29/6/08 3:18 pm, Anonymous Anonymous said...

It was great when Capill got smacked in the head by that guy.

His wife should be shot, along with any other person who supports a paedophile.

Also shoot the paedophiles. They cannot be rehabilitated.

At 30/6/08 12:19 am, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Just shoot the cunt!

At 1/7/08 9:04 pm, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Yep - I grew up next to the Cooper-rites on the west coast. One day we picked up two fourteen year old girls who were on foot and heading into town (more than a days walk). They were scared because one of their friend's had just had a baby. At 14.My friend's Mum took them into the police station in town, who promptly took them back to their parents in the commune. And yet, I saw in the Grey Star last week that the Cooper-rites are now merrily hosting open-days for the 'anyone who wants to come along'. They run their own airline, in and out of the west coast (ConAir) and are something of a figure of fun in the area.

I agree with the person who wrote about the exclusive brethren. If children make accusations of having sex with adults,then surely the police should have a looksie.

As far as your post about capill - I don't think he should get bail, you make good sense about him using his guile to perpetrate his crimes but I think one needs to be careful not to sling him back in jail just because he comes across as a phenomenal creep.

He gives me the shits too, but that's not enough to justify imprisonment alone.....


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