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Bailly at his next party venue.


A French judge has been fired after offering up his 12-year-old daughter for sex on a partner swapping website.

Olivier Bailly, who had been in charge of the family division of the Dijon courts for over a decade, was sacked by the judicial disciplinary authority this week.

The 55-year old had posted a photo of his daughter wearing a swimsuit on a site for "libertine" encounters, reported The Times.

The swingers group reported to police that the girl, the youngest of Bailly's three children, had been offered up for what would have been child rape.

Officers posing as punters tracked Bailly down and learned that he and his wife, Sophie Vejux-Bailly, were active swingers, although Vejux-Bailly, who is also a judge, was cleared of involvement in posting their child's picture. 

Bailly claimed he was acting out his fantasies and never followed through, and that he was suffering from post-traumatic stress after presiding over the 2007 trial of a rapist and serial killer.

"I do not feel really unworthy of this profession, which I love", he told the hearing, adding that "I think I have been useful and that I can still be useful one day."

He may be useful as a cautionary tale for incestuous child molesters, having been charged with corrupting a minor and provoking paedophile crime, which brings a maximum sentence of 10 years in prison.

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Comments

Anonymous 16 July 21 08:05

Given what he's been charged with, being sacked as a judge is the least of his worries.

Anonymous 16 July 21 11:15

"I do not feel really unworthy of this profession, which I love", he told the hearing, adding that "I think I have been useful and that I can still be useful one day."

No remorse.  Doesn't acknowledge what he has done.  Doesn't seem to think he has done anything wrong.

Thank God Donald Pleasance isn't alive to see this.

Exit, pursued by a bear please 16 July 21 11:38

"I do not feel really unworthy of this profession, which I love", he told the hearing, adding that "I think I have been useful and that I can still be useful one day."

 

Arnie said it better: "I'll be back".

 

Nasty stalky talk. Exactly what you could expect from someone with this conviction. 

No thanks Olivier, we don't want you back.  We protect our vulnerable and our children.  Your usefulness, if it ever existed, is now over. 

Get well, but get away from any position where you may be able to affect the rights and interests of others.  You have no clue.  

 

 

Concerned, Deeply Concerned 17 July 21 13:43

One would have thought that in a civilised country, the reaction on a forum such as this would have been crystal clear. Thankfully the comments are, but I am disturbed that people actually went ahead and downvoted these comments. What kind of people are these? A comment hoping the girl is safe clocks up 3 downvotes. Potential customers?? Shame!

HUN_Attila 21 July 21 08:23

Don't they talk about it in France? because this is the mighty liberal "freedom of speech" !!

Has anyone investigated your previous convictions on a similar subject? He may have made many uplifting judgments.
50 years in prison for download !!

Anonymous 22 July 21 10:12

I don't think his views are 'stalky', more a failure to accept the reality of the situation he's in.

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