Teachers engageing in consentual sex with teen pupils shouldn’t be punished?
What in the world is this guy drinking, smoking, or snorting? I want some!
FoxNews.com is reporting a British newspaper as reporting the following:
“Chris Keates, the general secretary of the National Association of Schoolmasters Union of Women Teachers, said in an interview to be broadcast in the U.K. on Monday that teachers who have sex with pupils over the age of consent are guilty of a mere “error in professional judgment,” and should not be placed on the sex offenders register, the Mail reported.
“There is a real anomaly in the law that we are concerned about,” the Mail quoted Keates as saying. “That is that if a teacher has a relationship with a pupil at the school at which they teach—it could be an 18-year-old pupil—then that teacher can be prosecuted and can end up on the sex offenders register.””
What is this Keates fella on? I don’t care what the age of the pupil is, if a teacher takes advantage of one if his or her pupils, then that teacher should be terminated on the spot!
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