The RED HEART Campaign

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    Started 2 petitions

    Petitioning Gladys Berejiklian, Mark Speakman

    Lock the Dubbo child rapist up

    A NSW man abused two little girls over eight years. These are the reasons he was not jailed, not put on a supervision order and had his name suppressed. ❤️ HIS FARM HAD A DROUGHT.❤️HE NEVER TOOK SEX EDUCATION AT SCHOOL.❤️HE COULD BE ABUSED IN PRISON.❤️HE HAS HIGH CHOLESTEROL.❤️HE HAS BEEN HAVING TROUBLE SLEEPING. The NSW Department of Public Prosecutions, the state's Attorney-General Mark Speakman and Premier Gladys Berejiklian must appeal the sentence and they must sack the judge who made this appalling decision. A child rapist's personal hardships do not justify a slap on the wrist. He should be in jail and his victims should be allowed to speak openly about their trauma. After all, they are the survivors of extreme abuse and if they want to speak about their pain, they should be given the power to do so. It's time all judiciary ensure sex monsters are held to account for their vile life-destroying actions.  You can read more here: The RED HEART Campaign demands strong action before this manipulative  sex offender destroys another little girl's life. The RED HEART Campaign supports women and children imapcted by any form of violence. Help us create change at  

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    Petitioning Annastacia Palaszczuk, Yvette D'Ath, Michael Roderick Byrne

    Lock brutal killers up for longer

    Brisbane father Matthew Williamson and his housemate Christopher Kent sexually and physically abused, neglected and, ultimately, killed three-year-old Kyhesha-Lee Joughin in 2013. Tiny Kyhesha-Lee died from severe internal injuries after her father bashed her tummy so hard that he perforated her bowel. Williamson and Kent then got stoned for three days, leaving the youngster alone and in pain until she died. Kyhesha-Lee suffered prolonged sexual and physical abuse and neglect in the short time that she lived with these two men. Williamson pleaded guilty to manslaughter and on April 6 he was sentenced to nine years in jail. With parole he will be free in seven years. Christopher Kent pleaded guilty in 2016 to manslaughter and was sentenced to two years’ jail. He was released immediately because of time served. The maximum sentence for manslaughter in Queensland is 14 years. The RED HEART Campaign calls on Queensland Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk, Attorney-General Yvette D'Ath and Director of Public Prosecutions Michael Roderick Byrne to appeal both of their sentences. Both prison terms are manifestly inadequate for bashing a defenceless and helpless child and then leaving her to die a painful death. At three years old, this tiny beautiful fragile youngster needed hugs and kisses, fairy-tales and toys. She did not need nightmares, sexual abuse, violence and murder. Kyhesha-Lee was let down by the two men that abused and neglected her to death.  She was let down by the judge that decided her life was worth no more than seven years in jail. Please, Ms Palaszczuk,  show you care for our kids. Take a stand and make the Director of Public Prosecutions appeal these sentences.  Please, Ms D'Ath, show you support our children, not their abusers, and use your powers to keep her callous father in jail. Please,  Mr Byrne, do everything in your power to have these appalling sentences reverse so these horrible violent killers are locked up for the maximum term. We beg you, don't let Kyhesha-Lee Joughin down again.  The RED HEART Campaign supports female and child victims and survivors of violence.  

    The RED HEART Campaign
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