Sent to separate prisons to be kept apart, how did lesbian couple who were jailed for a combined 47 years for torturing and murdering their son, 2, manage to share a kiss in the street?

Our thanks to Martin for this. An extract:

A shocked eyewitness told the Daily Record he saw two G4S security vans behind a shopping centre, and both the prisoners were there at the same time.

They are believed to have been attending meetings at Fife’s Kingdom Centre.

He said: ‘The vehicles caught my eye before I saw them – they are a very distinctive couple. It’s difficult to miss Nyomi – she’s a very large and imposing figure.

‘They were both chained to a female officer and there were four other male security guards too.

‘It looked like they’d come out of the registry office, which I thought was odd because they’ve already had a civil wedding.

‘Nyomi’s face was tripping her until Rachel moved over and gave her a kiss before they climbed into separate vans. It was very unusual but the guards were pretty relaxed about everything.’

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About Mike Buchanan

I'm a men's human rights advocate, writer, and publisher. My primary focus is leading the political party I launched in 2013, Justice for Men & Boys (and the women who love them). I still work actively on two campaigns I launched in early 2012, Campaign for Merit in Business and the Anti-Feminism League. In 2014 I launched The Alternative Sexism Project, aiming to raise public understanding that the sexism faced by men and boys has far more grievous consequences than the sexism faced by women and girls.
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  • There is an increasingly loud and numerous group of politicians and lobbyists who want no women in prison – for anything – ever. So maybe we should be glad that these two murderers are still locked away at all.

    Or maybe we need to make sure our voices are heard. Until there are some J4MB politicians in Parliament, we have to rely on people like Karl McCartney and Philip Davies, speaking against their party line, to bring matters like equal justice to attention.

    If anyone hasn’t yet signed the petition to support Philip Davies in campaigning for equality under the law, do it now. These politicians – and even more, every other politican – needs to know we approve of them speaking out against feminist policies.

    If you have already signed te petition, be sure to spread the message to the social media you use.

  • The judge said: “It cannot be known what permanent damage has been inflicted but it is a tribute to the care they have had since that date that they now appear to have substantially recovered”

    What strikes me is that if it was a male who, far from beating and murdering children, had, say, done as little as kissing one (example: Adam Johnson) then the judge would be claiming – without evidence – that the so-called child’s life has been ruined for ever more and will never recover at all! Which is of course utter nonsense, especially when the only damage done is to the vanity of feminists.

    The double standards are atrocious!

  • I am afraid to state that the gentleman’s treatment of women has no place in the post-emancipation world. If men insist on maintaining it, then even female murderers will be benefiting from it,not to mention all other women in all walks of life. And this is something men need to come to grips with.
    Time for a change.