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Outrage As British Worse Female Pedophile Will Walk Free Soon
Etim|July. 25, 2019
MPs have demanded Britain’s worst female paedophile to name all the babies and toddlers she sexually abused and photographed.
Vanessa George, 49, was jailed for a minimum of seven years in 2009 after she took photos of herself abusing up to 30 infants at Little Ted’s nursery in Plymouth, Devon. 
The mum of two, who used the online alias ‘paedo whore mum’, is set to be freed after the Parole Board said she no longer posed a ‘significant risk’ to the public. But her victims were never formally identified in court, leaving many parents uncertain as to whether their children had been abused. 
The decision has caused widespread outrage throughout the country. Plymouth MP Luke Pollard accused has George of ‘robbing’ her young victims of their childhood, saying she should be returned to prison to ‘protect what remains of it’. Pollard repeatedly stated that George had never revealed the identities of the children she abused, despite pleas from police investigators and families. He said he wanted to give voice to the parent’s ‘fears, their anger, their pain, their horror and their genuine concern’ about George’s release from prison. 
She has never revealed the names of her victims (Picture: SWNS) Pollard said he sought for the decision to be reviewed particularly because George ‘still refuses to name all the children she abused’. He said George should remain in prison ‘for the entire childhood of the children she abused’ and that she should not be released ‘until she has named all children she abused’. 
Pollard also said police needed to ‘re-open investigations into cases where Vanessa George is the sole or principal suspect that were not on the original charge sheet.’ He added: ‘A criminal justice system that carries such a low bar for remorse, that Vanessa George is not required to name her victims to be eligible for early release, is a system that isn’t working properly in the public interest.’ 
Pollard said it left every parent who sent their child to Little Ted’s living with a life sentence of not knowing whether their child was one she abused and whether images of their child being abused still exist on some rotten corner of the dark web or on a pervert’s hard drive somewhere. ‘She shouldn’t be released until she has named every single one of the babies and toddlers she has abused,’ he added. 
Pollard’s then began to read out comments from parents he had listened to in recent days and told MPs: ‘”How can I tell my child that I don’t know whether she was abused or not?” said one to me. Pollard asked the Minister for Prisons Robert Buckland QC if he could review the Parole Board’s decision 
‘Another echoed that when they said: “I do not know what I will say to her if she were to ask me about the offender.” ‘Another told me: “She will be out soon, but it doesn’t end for us.” 
‘Another said: “I told them what releasing her early would mean and they ignored it.” ‘Another said: “I gave the police my email address and phone number as I wanted updates about her! I’ve had no email or phone call from them what so ever!”
‘Another said: “It seems to me she is saying the words but if she had real remorse then she would have shared more information to help the families” 
‘And perhaps most simply and brutally: “I found out on Facebook that the woman who abused my child was being let out. We were supposed to be told, but we weren’t.” 
‘Not knowing who was abused denies those children from getting the tailored help for the consequences of that abuse. It also leaves each parent a life sentence that there is no early release from.’ 
Pollard asked the Minister for Prisons Robert Buckland QC if he could review the Parole Board’s decision and asked if powers the Government took following the John Worboys case could apply to George. Buckland agreed that George had perpetrated ‘heinous and wicked crimes’ adding that ‘few of us do not remember the revulsion and shock’ at the ‘shocking abuse of trust’. But he said there was no indication of cases left on file.
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