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Porn concerns over sex offender’s release

A dangerous Gympie sex offender will be released next week despite a psychiatrist fearing he is on a "slippery slope" to living out violent sexual fantasies.
Nigel Patrick Robinson accessed pornography, including rape images, on the internet while living at the Wacol Precinct, against rules restricting him from doing so.
Robinson served nine years in jail for raping a 19-year-old woman at knifepoint after he stalked her from a Gympie shopping centre and then indecently assaulted a nine-year-old girl he approached in a Gympie schoolyard.
He was kept in custody past his full-time release date in 2006 because authorities deemed his Gympie home "unsuitable" due to its close proximity to the school.
But he was released in 2009 to the Wacol Precinct on a supervision order made under the Dangerous Prisoners (Sexual Offenders) Act 2003.
Crown prosecutor Jonathan Horton, acting for the Attorney-General, told Brisbane Supreme Court that Robinson had accessed violent images, contravening multiple conditions.
Justice George Fryberg found Robinson had breached the rules of the precinct in accessing the internet and had contacted a woman believed to have an intellectual impairment without telling authorities but Justice Fryberg did not find the violent pornography condition breached.
Robinson told the justice he "got caught up in the use of the internet" and contravening his supervision order did not cross his mind.
He said he was recklessly clicking on a range of websites.
"I didn't look intentionally for violent pornographic material," he said.
"This is the hardest I've done in jail ... because I broke a promise to two people (his mother and partner).
"I didn't think about anyone else but myself."
The court heard he was having erectile issues with his new girlfriend and had turned to the internet for arousal as a way of self-medicating.
Psychiatrist Dr Michael Beech said viewing pornography led to Robinson having violent sex fantasies in the lead-up to attacking the females in Gympie.
"If he starts viewing pornography now, and some of it is violent, then this is the start of a risky behaviour that does lead to a heightened risk (of re-offending)," he said.
Conversely, Dr Basil James said he had seen real, positive change in Robinson's behaviour and believed the risk of him re-offending on supervision was low to moderate.
Justice Fryberg asked that Robinson be given priority to move out of the Wacol Precinct upon release because it was supposed to be only temporary. He also banned all pornography access, not just violent material.
Robinson must face the Magistrates Court on Monday for the breaches but should be released soon after.


www.gympietimes.com.au (7-8-2013)
http://www.gympietimes.com.au/news/porn-concerns-over-sex-offenders-release/1974233/


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Sex offender back in court for allegedly contravening order

A dangerous sex offender, released from his indefinite jail term three years ago, has been thrown behind bars for allegedly contravening his strict supervision order.
Nigel Patrick Robinson served nine years in jail for raping a 19-year-old woman at knifepoint after he stalked her from a Gympie shopping centre and then indecently assaulted a nine-year-old girl he approached in a Gympie schoolyard.
Robinson was kept in custody past his full-time release date in 2006 because his Gympie home was deemed "unsuitable" by authorities because of its close proximity to the school.
He was released in 2009 on a supervision order in accordance with the Dangerous Prisoners (Sexual Offenders) Act 2003.
Donning a black oversized t-shirt and beard, Robinson was back in court on Friday after being arrested for allegedly contravening his order.
While the details of the alleged breach were not revealed, Justice David Boddice said having regard to the serious allegations and Robinson's history it was appropriate he be kept in custody until a hearing.
Justice Boddice also ordered Robinson see two psychiatrists.
The matter was adjourned to a hearing date to be fixed.
It is not the first time Robinson has returned to court for allegedly breaching his supervision order.
In June 2012, he was arrested for contacting a female despite a Corrective Services officer directing him not to contact the woman.
At the time, Justice Phillip McMurdo questioned whether the no-contact order was reasonable and therefore whether he had breached a condition of his order.


www.gympietimes.com.au (5-4-2013)
Ava Benny-Morrison
http://www.gympietimes.com.au/news/sex-offender-back-court-allegedly-contravening-ord/1819209/




Sex offender in court over web contact

A dangerous sex offender, accused of breaching his supervision order by contacting an intellectually-impaired female, has been released from custody.
Nigel Patrick Robinson served nine years in jail for raping a 19-year-old woman at knifepoint after he stalked her from a Gympie shopping centre and then indecently assaulted a nine-year-old girl he approached in a Gympie schoolyard.
Robinson was kept in custody past his full-time release date in 2006 because his Gympie home was deemed "unsuitable" by authorities because of its close proximity to the school.
But he was released in 2009 on a supervision order made under the Dangerous Prisoners (Sexual Offenders) Act 2003.
One of the conditions of his release was that he comply with reasonable directions from corrective services officers.
In March this year, a corrective services officer directed he have no contact with a female. It is not clear whether the female is a woman or a child, nor whether is she related to the above offences.
Robinson faced the Brisbane Supreme Court after being arrested for allegedly contravening his order and asked for immediate release.
He argued exceptional circumstances meant his detention could not be justified.
Justice Phillip McMurdo said it was clear Robinson failed to comply with a no-contact direction which was made after Robinson informed authorities he was associating with the female through the internet and she was about to arrive in Queensland to meet him.
He said Robinson continued to send text messages and have conversations for two to three more weeks.
"Ultimately, there may or may not be a question as to whether that direction was reasonable and, therefore, whether he breached a condition of his order," he said.
"It seems the corrective services were concerned as to the risk that might come from this association in the circumstances where ... (she) is intellectually impaired."
But Justice McMurdo said Robinson had since changed his SIM card so the female could not contact him and has been under a 24-hour curfew.
"There does not seem to be any real prospect of the contact resuming between them," he said.
Robinson will face a hearing to determine whether he breached the order on a date to be fixed.


www.gympietimes.com.au (21-6-2012)
Rae Wilson
http://www.gympietimes.com.au/news/sex-offender-in-court-over-web-contact/1425361/




Indefinite sentence ordered for rapist, 27

A young man who raped a woman at knifepoint in Gympie just over nine years ago and who attacked a primary school student while on bail for the first offence, will be kept in jail indefinitely.
Justice A Lyons ruled that Nigel Patrick Robinson, 27, whose sentence for both attacks will expire within days, be kept in jail on the basis that he continues to be "a serious danger to the community."
Judge Lyons accepted submissions that continuing detention was preferable to release with supervision.
She referred to factors including "his poor capacity to form relationships, his lack of empathy for others, a pronounced lack of remorse, the degree of force and coercion used in the offences and his ambivalence about whether his sexual attraction to pre-pubescent females is a problem."
Robinson, 18 at the time of the offences, stole a knife and threatened to slit a Gympie woman's throat before raping her. While on bail for that offence, he indecently assaulted a girl, 9, after walking into a Gympie primary school. The Court heard that both crimes were predatory offences against strangers.
Counsellors had told the Court of Robinson's "high degree of recklessness, self destructive behaviour and impulsivity" and his vulnerability to becoming unstable in response to stressful situations, such as he would experience on release.
The Court heard evidence that Robinson had no definite accommodation plans, had few supports outside prison and was at high risk of re-offending.
Justice Lyons said she was satisfied there was an unacceptable risk Robinson "would commit a serious sexual offence if he is released from custody."
Under law, Robinson's detention will be reviewed again in 12 months.


www.gympietimes.com.au (8-11-2006)
http://www.gympietimes.com.au/news/apn-indefinite-sentence-ordered-for-rapist/90073/








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