Female Teacher Who Took Part in an Orgy with a Student Banned from the Classroom for Life

A female teacher who took part in an orgy with a sixth form girl during a two year affair has been banned from the classroom.

Francoise Jenkins, 45, a mother who was in a heterosexual relationship with one of the men who took part in the sex sessions, later paid him £13,000 “silence money” after they split up.

She had befriended the “vulnerable pupil” at Danum Academy, Doncaster, where she was a supply teacher, seducing her after obtaining her mobile phone number from the school’s database.

Text messages included personal information about the “problems she was having with Individual C”, the man she was living with.

They first had three in a bed sex on the night of the school prom. Ms Jenkins met the girl, Pupil A, for a drink after the school disco and took her home where she admitted having sex both with her and Individual C.Francoise Jenkins pictured in 2001 Credit: Johnson Press / SWNS.com

Pupil A later told the school she engaged in sexual activity with both Ms Jenkins and Individual C.

She said in a statement that as it progressed Individual C became more involved but they did not have full sex as she was “worried about becoming pregnant”.

Another time Pupil A was invited to the house with a male friend, Individual A, and all four of them, including Ms

Jenkins and Individual C, had sex.

A professional conduct panel of the National College for Teaching and Leadership found Ms Jenkins guilty of unacceptable professional conduct and conduct that may bring the profession into disrepute.

Teacher panellist Dr Robert Cawley said: “Pupil A describes how she had sex with Individual A but cried and had asked for it to stop as she did not want to have sex with a man.”

[Read the full story here, at telegraph.co.uk]

Afterwards, Ms Jenkins attempted to cover up her relationship with Pupil A by paying Individual C about £13,000 – wholly or partly so he would not report it.

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Feminism 2015: United Nations Discovers Most Human Traffic Perpetrators are Women

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Women are the majority of traffickers in almost a third of the 155 nations the U.N. surveyed. They accounted for more than 60 percent of the human trafficking convictions in Eastern Europe and Central Asia.

Surprisingly, the perpetrators behind human trafficking around the world are often women, the U.N. reported Thursday.

Women are the majority of traffickers in almost a third of the 155 nations the U.N. surveyed. They accounted for more than 60 percent of the human trafficking convictions in Eastern Europe and Central Asia.

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“Until a few years ago, I blissfully believed that slavery was a thing of the past…Well, obviously I was terribly wrong.”

— Mira Sorvino, U.N. goodwill ambassador

For many, human trafficking is a world they had been pulled into themselves.

“Women commit crimes against women, and in many cases the victims become the perpetrators,” Antonio Maria Costa, director of the Vienna-based U.N. Office on Drugs and Crime, said in an interview. “They become the matrons of the business and they make money. It’s like a drug addiction.”

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“We only see the monster’s tail. How many hundreds of thousands of victims are slaving away in sweatshops, fields, mines, factories, or trapped in domestic servitude? Their numbers will surely swell as the economic crisis deepens the pool of potential victims.”

— Antonio Maria Costa, director of the Vienna-based U.N. Office on Drugs and Crime

Most of the world’s nations reported some form of “modern slavery” last year involving mainly the sex trade or forced labor.

And the number of victims should grow as the global financial crisis deepens, Costa said.

The report by Costa’s office was based largely on human trafficking convictions reported to the U.N. between September 2007 and July 2008. About 22,500 victims were rescued during that time. About four of every five reported cases involved sexual exploitation; most of the rest involved forced labor.

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“Women commit crimes against women, and in many cases the victims become the perpetrators. They become the matrons of the business and they make money. It’s like a drug addiction.”

But Costa’s agency gave no overall figures for how many millions of people might be affected. He said most countries’ conviction rates for human trafficking rarely exceed 1.5 per 100,000 people.

Two of every five countries covered in the report had not recorded a single conviction from 2007 to 2008.

“Either these countries are blind to the problem or they are ill-equipped to deal with it,” Costa said. Read the rest of this entry »


Democrats Are the New party of No

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It’s depressingly clear that what Democrats aren’t thinking about was the needs of vulnerable people, mostly young women and girls, who are the victims of sex trafficking

Democrats who have been filibustering the Senate’s consideration of legislation to combat human trafficking cited concerns with language they claimed would greatly expand the reach of Hyde Amendment restrictions on abortion. But when John Cornyn (R-Tex.), chief sponsor of the trafficking bill and Senate majority whipoffered a compromise that would seem to answer their stated objections, it was rejected out of hand. Perhaps Democrats thought they could score political points, or maybe they didn’t want to anger their traditional allies in the abortion rights lobby.

[Also see Harry Reid Filibusters on Behalf of Slaveholders – by Kevin D. Williamson]

Either way, it became depressingly clear that what they weren’t thinking about was the needs of vulnerable people, mostly young women and girls, who are the victims of sex trafficking.

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“The answer was no. Democrats unfortunately seem to believe that response is in their political interest.”

The stalemate over the Justice for Victims of Trafficking Act of 2015 has now occupied two weeks, and with the Senate next set to take up the budget, it’s unclear when — or how — the impasse will be resolved. At issue in the legislation, which had been expected to glide through the Senate with bipartisan support, is a provision — backed by Republicans and initially overlooked by Democrats — that would prohibit a new trafficking-victims compensation fund from being used for abortions save for exceptions covered by the Hyde Amendment. Democrats didn’t like the application of Hyde restrictions to funds that are not taxpayer dollars — the compensation fund was to be drawn from criminal fines — and they objected to the anti-abortion provision being in place for five years.

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Mr. Cornyn responded by offering to create the compensation fund with an annual congressional appropriation drawing on the fines. Since all such appropriations are already covered by the Hyde Amendment, there would be no change in the political status quo on abortion. “Can they take yes for an answer?” asked Mr. Cornyn on Thursday, contending, “We’ve made a proposal to them to give them what they’ve asked for.” The answer was no. Read the rest of this entry »


The Hammer: Obama ‘Opening the Doors of America’ to This Influx on the Border

Krauthammer on Homeland Security intentionally misapplying a sex-trafficking law to justify retaining children who have illegally come to the country.

“Obama is clearly been making the statement . . . that he is opening the doors of America to this influx — it will double, it will triple.”

Krauthammer continued…

“He obviously was never serious. I don’t think he is lost on this — I think he knows what to do, he wants to win the political argument with Hispanics and other pro-immigration groups, and he’s doing it for political reasons very very cynically.”