However, she should never have been allowed into teaching or any job connected with kids.
That was the thought of the journalist who wrote that article reminder. He even admitted in an interview he had given her some time to quit her job before the publication.
For a crime like this, she should have been executed or at least get a life in prison and a fact that she was allowed to be a teacher again is yet one more example how messed up III RP is.
Come on, I clearly wrote it happened in 1981/2. The sentence was given by a communist court. And they weren`t too lenient in those times as most crimes were judged according to old Stalinist code of law from 1950s.
Its too liberal an attitude. Clearly a person that commits such an act is not a full shilling. How can anyone know they have been fixed while inside? Too many times people have been released in the for perverse and violent crime only to offend again.
Yes, then they should be grounded for good. Three strikes etc.
Certain crimes should carry an indefinite penalty. I agree with your statement for pettier offences.
The woman has never comitted any crime in her life except that one.
That's a direct consequence of the relaxed attitude in Poland towards investigating who works with children.
Since when did they bother investigating? Especially when the person in question is a priest or a nun.
Yes, that is what I miss here. Teachers should undergo psychological tests. I know about 2 (out of 30) in my school who should be fired immediately due to certain mental disorders.