Under-fire judge to face paedophile in court againVictim Blaming Judge Nigel Peters QC friend of paedophiles and despicer of women and children will help his favourite paedophile WILSON defendent again over an administrative question about his sentence.
WILSON will not have to make the journey to Court as the Court is allowing him to address it over video link. Why do they allow PETERS to continue with WILSON'S case???
|Judge Peters and Prosecution Barrister Colover both blamed the child for being assaulted|
|Crown Court Judge Nigel Peters smirking with his Barrister Buddy|
Judge Nigel Peters QC is being investigated by the judicial watchdog over remarks made during the sentencing of paedophile Neil Wilson, who admitted engaging in sexual activity with the 13-year-old girl.
Wilson, 41, who walked free from court with a suspended sentence, is to appear before Judge Peters via videolink at Snaresbrook Crown Court on Monday to deal with “an administrative matter” in relation to his sentence.
A row broke out earlier this week when it emerged prosecuting barrister Robert Colover labelled the young girl “predatory” and “sexually experienced” and Judge Peters said he accounted for the way the girl looked and behaved when he sentenced Wilson.
Mr Colover has been suspended from prosecuting sexual offence cases pending a review by the Crown Prosecution Service (CPS), while Judge Peters’ comments are to be investigated by the Office for Judicial Complaints.
Peters who allowed a paedophile from Romford to walk free after his 13-year-old victim was branded “predatory” has been urged to apologise to the girl when he faces her abuser in court.
Wilson, 41, who was handed a suspended eight-month sentence, is to appear before Judge Peters again via video link at Snaresbrook Crown Court on Monday to deal with “an administrative matter” in relation to his sentence.
Shadow justice secretary Sadiq Khan said the judge should take the opportunity to apologise to the young victim.
He said: “Bearing in mind Judge Peters’ outrageous comments were deeply offensive and will have done untold damage to the confidence of victims and witnesses in the criminal justice system, I would expect the judge to try and rectify the damage he has done at this apt opportunity.
“This also provides Judge Peters with the perfect opportunity to also apologise to the child victim of this crime.”