Hundreds of fiends on the sex offenders register have managed to get their names removed in the past three years

  The Sun 
HUNDREDS of fiends put on the sex offenders register for life have managed to get their names removed in the past three years. A Sun on Sunday probe found 72 per cent of the most serious offenders — 657 out of 909 — who applied to be taken off were successful. Once removed, offenders are […]
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