Homosexual Child Molester wins legal battle to work where he might encounter children
David Barrett of the British Telegraph reports "(Pedophile) wins legal battle to work where he might encounter children"
Eugene Delgaudio, president of Public Advocate, says "Judges seem to be stating bluntly "you just can't help finding children EVERYWHERE! What is a sex offender to do!?"
Stelios Kimpriktzis, 38, who is HIV positive, was jailed for three years in 2006 for having unprotected sex with a young boy.
As part of his punishment, the trial judge imposed a sexual offences prevention order, or SOPO, which on his eventual release from prison banned him from working anywhere he might come into contact with under-16s.
But in an appeal yesterday, three of the country's most senior judges overturned the restriction even though they described him as a "predatory paedophile".
Lady Justice Hallett, sitting with Mr Justice Bean and Judge Michael Pert QC, said it would not be right to condemn Kimpriktzis to a lifetime on benefits where he was unable to take any job.
Delgaudio further comments "Kimpriktzis is still forbidden to work anywhere specifically aimed at working with young people until 2016, and is forbidden to have unsupervised access to minors under the age of 17. Either his employment prospects have not truly changed, or this is just one more step in allowing a child rapist access to children once more."