Queensland child abuser Jesse Lee James receives conditional release after being imprisoned

Filthy villain who broke a toddler's back and hip in a pathogenic attack, could only run free ONE WEEK after being in jail

  • Jesse Lee James immediately received conditional release after conviction
  • The Fraser Coast man, 29, pleaded guilty to bashening a two-year-old girl last week
  • He was sentenced to six years in prison – he has served for two years
  • Girl suffered intestinal paralysis and fractures of her vertebrae and pelvis
  • James was previously imprisoned for other offenses, including attacking a girl, three
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A convicted child abuser who broke the back and pelvis of a toddler during a violent attack immediately received conditional release after receiving his prison sentence.

Jesse Lee James, 29, pleaded guilty to bashening a two-year-old girl at Maryborough District Court in Queensland last Thursday and was then sentenced to six years behind bars.

But since the Fraser Coast man had already spent two years in prison awaiting trial, he is now eligible for conditional release and will soon be able to walk the streets.

Jesse Lee James, 29, pleaded guilty to bashening a two-year-old girl in Maryborough District Court last Thursday and was then sentenced to six years behind bars

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Jesse Lee James, 29, pleaded guilty to bashening a two-year-old girl in Maryborough District Court last Thursday and was then sentenced to six years behind bars

The Fraser Coast man had been in jail for two years awaiting trial and is now eligible for conditional release and may soon be walking the streets

The Fraser Coast man had been in jail for two years awaiting trial and is now eligible for conditional release and may soon be walking the streets

The Fraser Coast man had been in jail for two years awaiting trial and is now eligible for conditional release and may soon be walking the streets

The news about the possible release of James has outraged the residents of Queensland, some even have one Change.org request to keep him imprisoned.

The campaign received 4,985 signatures in five days.

& # 39; How can this sadistic monster be released conditionally? When will our judges give punishments that fit the crime. & # 39; said a person on Facebook.

& # 39; So happy that the legal system takes care of the dog. And not the children, & another one said.

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A woman who signed the petition called James a & # 39; grub & # 39; and added: & # 39; Iam so sick of reading about small children who are injured or killed. Put it in a cell and throw away the keys. & # 39;

David Janetzki, shadow lawyer, called James a & # 39; monster & # 39; and said that his time & # 39; totally insufficient & # 39; used to be.

He is now calling on the government to appeal the sentence.

"This despicable grub broke the spine and pelvis of a little girl and he doesn't deserve a shred of sympathy," he said News.com.au.

& # 39; This man had a previous conviction for bashing a three-year-old and is clearly a serious threat to children. & # 39;

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The toddler is the second child James has abused, after he has already been convicted of assaulting a three-year-old girl, the Fraser Coast Chronicle reported.

The toddler is the second child James has abused, after he has already been convicted of assaulting a three-year-old girl

The toddler is the second child James has abused, after he has already been convicted of assaulting a three-year-old girl

The toddler is the second child James has abused, after he has already been convicted of assaulting a three-year-old girl

Child Health and Safety caseworkers went to the girl's house and noticed that her stomach was extremely swollen.

The little girl spent 15 days in the hospital with paralysis of the gut and fractures of her vertebrae and pelvis.

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Judge Tony Moynihan described the girl's horrific injuries as being caused by & # 39; high energy power & # 39 ;.

He said James had a & # 39; callous disdain for the well-being of the child & # 39 ;.

The child will not sustain long-term physical injury, but Judge Moynihan said it will be affected in other ways.

& # 39; It has been adversely affected as a result of the offensive and devastating effect that your actions had, & # 39; said Judge Moynihan.

The police described James as & # 39; self-serving & # 39; in an interview after the attack.

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The court heard that James grew up in a rough family. His brother took his own life and James often considered suicide.

Despite his unfortunate background, Judge Moynihan said he first had to put the safety of children in the community.

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