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What are your thoughts on the case of Vanessa George and her decline into depravity thanks to strangers on the Net?

Post by Earth, Wind & Fire on Tue Oct 06, 2009 5:54 pm

Do you think she was already evil ..that her life was a sham hiding her latent paeodophile tendencies until she came across Blanchford and his friend on FB?

Story of Vanessa George and her cohorts.
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Post by The evil one on Tue Oct 06, 2009 6:37 pm

She was already evil. She just happened to find others who were also as evil as she is.

Unless.. she was manipulated by Blanchard, as the link suggests that "he made a connection with a paedophile's 'dream contact' - a sexually malleable woman in charge of a class of young children"... but I seriously doubt that she was manipulated at all in this case.


To turn 'normal' adult sexual based texts/Emails into something sinister like child abuse, takes two people... she could haf quite easily reported him to the police, and they could haf set up a 'sting' for him... but no, she went along with it.

What sickens me the most about the whole story... is that not one of them has had the decency to 'name' the children abused... so therefore laying any parents worst fears, right at their feet. Haf to imagine the horror that the parents must be going through, wondering if their lil uns were abused.

For crimes like this... maybe the death penalty? As haf yet to hear about a reformed child abuser. Would save the country a lot of money on gaol expenses.
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Post by Earth, Wind & Fire on Tue Oct 06, 2009 7:32 pm

Yeah I suppose we are only hearing what details were presented in her and the other woman's defense during the court case, it's possible that she was that emotionally disturbed or sick all of her life.

I was quite amazed by the other woman's FB page, where she had a picture up as her avatar with her hand down her knickers on a site that is open to all ages, I think that FB should ask that people report pictures like that, then those who have pictures like that up can be investigated..and banned?

Apparently that woman, Angela had a string of convictions for theft and prostitution..

You never know who you might come across on that place or any other site which revolves around social networking or dating.

I know we are all aware of sexual predators but as adults we should be able to make the right choices and for our children to keep an eye on all their internet activity - this story is a stark reminder that you can never be too careful who you speak to.

Also, it's interesting how, supposedly, Blanchford played the two women off against each other and got them competing for his affections by producing the worst kinds of images for his enjoyment.

The internet is a dangerous place really...I must stop speaking to strangers!

Actually ..I have for the most part, I don't engage with people over the net like I used to having experienced a bit of grooming myself during the days when I was very innocent - just as well those people gave up, claiming I was too much hard work haha, meaning I wouldn't get my boobs out for them or send them pictures.



I don't know if there are records of child abusers becoming reformed in the UK or Ireland - Louis Theroux's documentary on stateside paedophiles living in a halfway house after their release from Gaol was interesting - those people still got locked up every night and it was unlikely the majority would be set free eventually.


I feel so sorry for those parents, many are torn between wanting to know if it was their child and not wanting to know at all - but I'd imagine, like the other parents who said they'd turned to drink and were traumatised that I'd die a little every day thinking of how stupid I'd been to trust that woman with my children and how I hadn't done enough to protect them.

The only person who can name the children is Vanessa George, I don't know why she wouldn't name them especially after having been pleaded with to.


It's hard to believe that a woman as she was described 'lovely, bubbly, angelic' doesn't possess enough of a conscience to do the right thing.
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Post by Earth, Wind & Fire on Tue Oct 06, 2009 7:34 pm

..and I write too much ...must learn to self edit as I go along.
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Post by The evil one on Tue Oct 06, 2009 7:49 pm

That fact she refuses to name them, makes her more evil. That is something she is doing out of spite... or, possibly, to save her own skin, as then the parents would haf a very goed reason to want to issue some 'justice' of their own.

Seeing her FB page on the link, was not all that shocking. Remember, she has the option to hide her profile, so only friends can see it?? Haf seen worse on a certain dating site to be honest... usually men in speedos that are too tight, or women laying on the bed attempting to be seductive.

Think there used to be the report a picture once on there... but seeing as I not been on that site in years, maybe it's all changed. but as I say, there are far worse pictures on the 'net... and sure any teenager could find pictures far worse within seconds Shocked

Her previous means nothing... so long as it wasn't related to the crime. So theft and prostitution wasn't taken into consideration. Would be something like, shooting someone dead... then getting caught speeding escaping. They will ignore the speeding (so at least when free, your licence will be clean Very Happy )


I used to use chatrooms years ago... and there were some really shady people in them. Bearing in mind, this is before the days of multiple chats in one window on MSN ... so used to chat to my sister and all friends at once in a chatroom.... First thing anyone would ask was always "A/S/L"... then if you were too old, they moved on... We watched someone once go around the 'room' asking the same., and when someone answered with "12/F/US... he struck gold, and then they both vanished into another room!!! At least now, most rooms are closed, or only members.
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Post by Earth, Wind & Fire on Tue Oct 06, 2009 8:15 pm

Yes, the pictures on the other site can be terribly sleazy and yes you can report images.

I used to think nothing of those pictures as they were on an adult dating site and thought people are free to represent themselves how they like ..obviously I thought how they depicted themselves was cheap and tawdry and would know not to speak to someone like that.

I met a Dutch man on one of those msn chatroom places - it's actually funny remembering back to then because I was just messing about and there was another man who I thought was interesting but the Dutch guy really worked hard for my attention and got me speaking privately to him..we spoke for quite a while as it happens...he lived in Eindhoven and was working in a park there which had part of it made available to environmentalists to turn into a wildlife area and an organic farm - it was open to school visits. I can't remember why we stopped chatting..

That woman's past helps put into perspective the kind of person she was and it contrasts hugely against her pal Vanessa's life of 'goodness' - isn't it crazy to think that they'd never met each other before the day sat together as defendants but still managed to have such a deep impact on each other's lives?

An oldie but goodie....

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Post by Geordie Colin on Mon Oct 12, 2009 5:17 pm

I think that many people who may have had hidden tendancies may have kept them suppressed if it was not for the net. Many view there life on the net as a second,seperate life anyway and the access to more depraved stuff has only allowed what otherwise may have been successfully suppressed earges to be kindled.
So in essance,yes,the net for me has a lot to answer for.
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Post by Bipolar Joe on Mon Oct 12, 2009 8:55 pm

You all seem to be forgetting that things such as this existed long before the Internet. There were basement shops found in Austria at the end of WWII where many people sold child pornography, in Holland, one could purchase child pornography from mail order catalogues as late as the 80's, etcetera. The Internet is not the brute, it is human. All the Internet does is make it digital. One way or another, this will exist, in any format.

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Post by The evil one on Mon Oct 12, 2009 11:38 pm

Yes, they did exist before the internet... but nowadays, it is easier to access materials like what they like to share.

Before there had to be some way of contacting each other, IE through certain stores, which meant actually hafing to go there... but now with the advent of the internet, it makes it easier for them to all 'find' one another, and for them to 'find' unsuspecting persons to groom.
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