Here is Judge Christopher Critchlow. He is a judge who seems to think that the abuse of children is not a serious enough crime to warrant a custodial sentence. He fails to understand the long lasting impact these evil offences have on the young and vulnerable child survivors. The sentences are quite simply a insult to the victims involved.
Judge Christopher Critchlow you are hereby NAMED AND SHAMED !
Below are some examples and quotes of some of his more questionable judgements: Click offenders names for full profiles
A young mum put on a DVD at home and to her horror found herself watching movie footage of her own baby boy being tortured in his cot.
The traumatized woman in her 20’s, saw her 15-month-old child slapped, poked in the face and bombarded repeatedly with a ball. The shocking film of the baby sobbing in terror was made by the 24-year-old man who carried out the sadistic assaults.
Mark Weatherall was jailed for just 12 months by Judge Christopher Critchlow after pleading guilty to child cruelty
A FATHER has hit out after a Redhill paedophile described as a “serious risk to children” was let off with an 18-month jail sentence for a night-time sex attack on a schoolboy.
The 14-year-old victim was staying at Philip Hendra’s home when he woke up in the middle of the night to find the 59-year-old performing a sex act on him.
At the defendant’s home, police found a surveillance camera hidden above a shower rail in his bathroom and “extreme” indecent images of teenage boys stored on his computer. A probation report described him as posing a “high risk” of serious harm to children.
Judge Christopher Critchlow imposed the shorter sentence after hearing that the accused had pleaded guilty at the earliest possible opportunity and had never been in trouble with the law before.
Concerns were first raised about Terry Briance, 35, of Redhill, when he was seen watching children frolic in the fountain at the Princess Diana memorial in Hyde Park. Surrey Police later seized laptops from his home, in Lyndale Road, and uncovered 40 thousand indecent images of children as young as nine.
When they searched Ingram’s discs and computers police found 34,065 images in category one, 104 in category two, 66 in category three, 154 in category four and 11 in category five featuring young girls aged between eight and 10. Ingram had been using a online bulletin board that was used by a network of paedophiles to share information and pictures
A former teacher at Eton College who admitted downloading child abuse images has been spared a jail sentence. Ian McAuslan, 58 was arrested after the images were found when his school computer was handed in for an upgrade
Judge Critchlow said: “You have a fine record as a teacher and were clearly devoted to your profession. “I give you the full credit for that long service and all that you have done in that career. “It’s a tragedy for you and all who know you that your career should end this way.”