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Friday, September 16, 2011

Dangerous paedophile overturns court order banning him from local park after judge rules it 'breaches his human rights' - 16th Sept 2011


One of Britain's most dangerous paedophiles has overturned a court order banning him from walking in his local park - after a judge ruled it 'breached his human rights.'

Christopher Williams, 49, had been prevented from entering parks, play areas and country parks after he was locked up for seven years for tying up and molesting a 12-year old boy.

But Williams, who lives in a probation hostel in Carlisle, Cumbria, claimed the ban was 'restrictive' because it prevented him from losing weight after doctors told him to get fit due to his heart condition, asthma and rheumatoid arthritis.

Despite the sprawling Lake District being close to him, he went to court to demand the right to go for a walk in a nearby park but promised he would not to go near any children's swings claiming: 'It doesn't interest me.'

At Burnley Crown Court, Lancashire, Judge Andrew Woolman sitting with two magistrates relaxed the terms of a Sexual Offences Prevention Order allowing Williams more freedom to try and get fit.

But he said he would only be able to go there at certain times, when youngsters will be in their lessons, and not during school holidays. He is also allowed to play golf.

Judge Woolman said no order of the court could prevent all contact between Williams and children and he would come into contact with them when he was out shopping.

So he permitted Williams to go for a walk on weekdays, but not in school holidays, in the park, for an hour at a specified time. The play area was excluded.

He told the hearing: 'If we did not allow him, it would be potentially damaging to his health and would probably be a breach of his human rights.' Read More