UK Police Official: ‘Watching Child Porn Should be Legal’

Keely Sharp
Written by Keely Sharp

I am honestly disgusted by the headlines this morning. There is so much evil in this world. Jesus WILL be coming back soon.

What is wrong with Europe? There are ministers praying that 4-year-old Prince George turns out gay, and UK police officials who believe that watching child porn should be legal!

Pandora’s box has been smashed open with a sledge hammer when it comes to perverted sexual behavior!

With the same morals as California (apparently) the UK is suggesting that children pornography should be legalized.

What makes it even worse is that the very person suggesting it is the UK’s top Child Protection Officer, chief constable Simon Bailey.

The Daily Mail reports:

Paedophiles should not face jail for looking at pornographic images of children unless they are a physical threat to youngsters, says Britain’s most senior child protection officer.

Officers should instead focus on the most dangerous offenders who have access to youngsters or are directing abuse online, said chief constable Simon Bailey.

Taking a stance he acknowledged would horrify many, the grandfather-of-two said lower level offending should be decriminalised and dealt with through counselling and rehabilitation.

Mr Bailey, chief constable of Norfolk Constabulary and lead on child protection at the National Police Chiefs Council, said an increase in reporting of sexual abuse – including historical cases – has led to the policing system reaching ‘saturation point’.

 Child pornography is NOT okay and should never be made to sound okay. We, people as a whole, cannot become so desensitized to morals that we literally stoop to normalizing the sexualization of children.

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