The fear of paedophile victims/witnesses


You need a campaign to:

– Make public the 1996 Jillings Report

– Prosecute the people who asked for and issued orders for the destruction of the dozens of photos of abusers in action handed to the inquiry by Meesham.

The rest is distraction from these two essential injustices still maintained.

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7 Responses to “The fear of paedophile victims/witnesses”

  1. Anonymous says:

    Lord McAlpine on How To Deal With The Media:

    “Another option is for the businessperson to learn the art of dealing with the media, using all the tricks that go with that trade – such as the false defeat: when a person seems to lose, in order to gain public sympathy, or the false triumph: where a person seems to win in order to appear strong – thus giving credibility to any number of dubious propositions that person may wish to make in the future. Neither of these ploys are examples of the use of true facts, rather of false facts given to the media to chew on, much as a dog chews on a bone. Another useful ploy is the false accusation. First, create a situation where you are wrongly accused. Then, at a convenient moment, arrange for the false accusation to be shown to be false beyond all doubt. Those who have made accusations against both the company and its management become discredited. Further accusations will then be treated with great suspicion. Always remember that people’s memories are very frail, remembering only both the high spots and the lows of a person’s career, and then seldom remembering accurately. People believe in the facts that it suits them to believe.”

  2. Anonymous says:

    Thanks for publishing my comment on the front page. It’s obvious the 1996 Jillings Report named all the ppowerful ring members & that’s why they started the process of burying all possible links to it and try to rebury it by current distraction manoeuvres.

  3. Anonymous says:

    Hi Tap, They are on the run at the moment.
    To avoid the finger being pointed at Cyril Smith MP, they have arrested Rt Rev Peter Ball, and several Nun’s. Sat 17th.
    Is it time for us to examine why certain people get Knighted, for no apparent reason.
    Taken from RMN.

  4. Anonymous says:

    * Some 130 boxes of material handed over by the council to the police were not made available to the panel.

    Some 300 pages were compiled in the face of fierce opposition and obstruction: Mr Jillings and his team – Professor Jane Tunstall and Gerrilyn Smith – were so frustrated they almost quit. The results were pulped: one of the few remaining copies has now been sent to the Children’s Commissioner for Wales, Keith Towler. According to the report, the insurers – Municipal Mutual – suggested the chair of the council’s social services committee, Malcolm King, be sacked if he spoke out: “Draconian as it may seem, you may have to consider with the elected members whether they wish to remove him from office if he insists on having the freedom to speak.”

    Mr King yesterday described the report’s suppression as the destruction of an effective weapon against abuse: “Because it was suppressed, the lessons of the Jillings report were not learned. It was the exchange of financial safety for the safety of real people. It was one of the most shameful parts of recent history.”

  5. Anonymous says:

    Maybe you can get Avaaz involved in a petition.

    I wish there were something I could do, besides linking articles from this site to Facebook for a handful of people who probably don’t read them.

  6. Anonymous says:

    Found this clip on youtube, was it similar?
    Floating Spiderwebs

  7. Julia says:

    Thanks for bringing this report to the forefront.
    It sounds like the financial excuse not to pursue justice may have been a cover story for the bigger problem of exposing the elites paedophile network.
    Both excuses are completely unacceptable.
    I was in Court once when the Judge overrode a child protection recommendation on the grounds of it being impractical.
    Children do not come first in our current system, and they will not come first until there is an overwhelming weight of people putting them first.

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