If I were you, I’d run a ‘parallel blog’ on www.Wordpress.com .
I started with Blogspot and moved to WP when I realised its millions of advantages – as a software person, remember.
I also tried other platforms when I had my first gag from Swansea Council and checked with WP before opening another blog. I now have an effective web of blogs. The linkages aid in search engine results and I haven’t been ‘spotted’ yet by Google. But then the popularity of Victims Unite is not comparable to yours.
In any case, MORE POWER TO YOUR ELBOWS!
I just put this page on my latest ‘high profile child snatch case’, should you have mindspace available. I Cc Melissa whom I’ve visited in Holloway since February 2012.
Did you report on Andrea Davison’s statement before? Do you know what the state of affairs is with her court case?
Working victims and whistleblowers unite – globally – against the NWO…
Yours most likemindedly,
EXTRACT from statement –
EXTRACT from statement –
It found a child care system in which physical and sexual violence were common, from beatings and bullying, to indecent assault and rape. Children who complained of abuse were not believed, or were punished for making false allegations.
1.3 Mr Jillings and his team were hampered by the NWP. The Chief Constable David Owen refused to meet them or help with access to the police major-incident database
1.4 130 boxes of material handed over by the council to the NWP were not made available to the panel and the council did not allow the inquiry to place a notice in the local press seeking information.
1.5 In November 2012 Roger Dobson for the Independent published:-
The then newly appointed North Wales Chief Constable, who was un-contactable yesterday, refused to meet them or help with access to the police major-incident database. “We were disappointed at the apparent impossibility of obtaining a breakdown of data. We are unable to identify the overall extent of the allegations received by the police in the many witness statements which they took.”
1.6 Some one hundred and thirty boxes of material handed over by the council to the police were not made available to the panel and the Council did not allow the panel to place a notice in the local press seeking information.
1.7 In his report Mr Jillings said “What we found was horrific and on a significant scale. If the events in children’s homes in North Wales were to be translated into a film, Oliver Twist would seem relatively benign. The scale of what happened, and how it was allowed, are a disgrace, and stain on the history of child care in this country.”
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