MAKO/File Online   -  # Trevor Amies

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Age: 57 yrs old (2011)

State: QLD

Sentence: Sentenced in October 2005 to 3 yrs jail/ suspended after 9 mths. Sentence later reduced- suspended after 6 mths. Released in April 2006.

Offence/Other: Former childcare centre owner / member of the famous jewellery family..Amies pleaded guilty to five counts of indecent treatment of the child between March and September 2004 and one count of stalking between February and April last year. Victim was a 4 yr old girl. The stalking charge related to an adult male connected to the child.

Trevor Amies

Bikers Have Abuser In View

Any hope convicted pedophile Trevor John Amies had of a discreet exit from jail was dashed on Friday when he was greeted by a group of bikies outside the gates of his Brisbane prison.
Members of the group Bikers United Against Child Abuse formed a silent gathering at Wolston Correctional Centre in Brisbane's southwest on Friday morning to mark the 52-year-old's release.
Mr Amies a member of the famous jewellery family and a retired childcare centre owner was jailed in October for 3 years, to be suspended after nine months for the sexual abuse of a four-year-old girl.
The sentence was re-opened last month and the suspension ordered to occur after six months had been served, allowing him to be released on Friday.
The bikers lobby group supported the victim's family during his sentence proceeding last year.
Bikers group member Bill Payne said they gathered at the jail to "send a message" to Mr Amies.
"We are saying to him we are still supporting the family, so if he's got any idea of doing anything untowards we want to let him know the family are supported," Mr Payne said.
The victim's mother, who was notified of Mr Amies' release by state authorities, said she was deeply disappointed his sentence had been reduced but was satisfied the family had done the right thing by bringing him to justice.
Mr Amies pleaded guilty to five counts of indecent treatment of the child between March and September 2004 and one count of stalking between February and April last year.
The stalking charge related to an adult male connected to the child.
At the time of Amies' sentence his barrister said the offences were "aberrations" committed at a time when Amies' career had ended, he had terminated a lifetime involvement with the Presbyterian Church and he had been diagnosed with inoperable prostate cancer.
The court was told Amies was deeply ashamed and remorseful for his actions.

Courier Mail (29-4-2006)

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