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Old 01-12-2016, 09:52 AM   #21
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we saw a pedophilia scandal involving the church, then one involving politicians, then one involving celebrities, then one involving the royals and now one involving sport

the next step is for society to realise that all these rings that are being exposed in all these areas of british life are in fact ONE GIANT RING

It is a network of psychopathic occultists for which ritualistic sex and violence are a regular part of their lives
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Old 01-12-2016, 01:03 PM   #22
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NSPCC football sex abuse helpline gets more than 860 calls in first week, triple the amount over Saville.

• ‘Staggering surge’ in contact to service that launched on 23 November
• Referrals to police or children’s services exceed same period in Savile scandal

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-38161301

Fifteen police forces are now investigating allegations of historical child sex abuse in football.

Within the first three days, 60 referrals were made to the police or children’s services.

That would infer these cases are current and this problem is not historic but ongoing.
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Old 01-12-2016, 01:55 PM   #23
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The double-standards behind the way we investigate allegations of sex abuse
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The media feeding-frenzy over allegations of sex abuse against footballers by their coaches just shows the hypocrisy of investigators, according to Mrs Mike.

She says what happened doesn’t matter anything like as much as who is making the complaint – and This Writer can see her point.

High-profile people like professional footballers benefit from the trust of the media – and, presumably, investigators.

But if the allegation is made by an ordinary member of the public – against a public figure – then the story is different.

The recent collapse of the Operation Midland inquiry due to questions over the credibility of its key witness has led to claims that victims should no longer be automatically believed.

That may seem like common sense to you – anybody’s allegations should be tested, right?

But it also means that it will be easier for those with something to hide to attack the credibility of people who are naturally likely to be highly nervous of authority figures and under extreme stress, simply from coming forward.

And of course, if you are making a historic child sex abuse claim against another member of the public, your chances of being believed have always been low – especially if the allegation is against somebody who has a good relationship with the police.

Mrs Mike has personal experience of that, which means that This Writer has first-hand experience of it as well.

For that matter, how many allegations of sexual abuse and/or rape carried out against adult women actually end in a successful prosecution? I’ll tell you: one-fifteenth – and that’s one-fifteenth of the three-seventeenths of rapes that are actually reported (according to figures that are – I’m sorry to say – several years old).

Don’t mistake me – any investigation that puts a paedophile in jail is welcome.

It’s just a shame our society refuses to apply the same standards to everybody.
In most cases the victums are rarely beleved or its swept under the carpet.
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Scotland Yard’s investigation into claims of a VIP paedophile ring was likened to the antics of the bungling fictional detective Inspector Clouseau today as a review of the inquiry was published.

The son of the late Labour peer Lord Janner, who was separately accused of child sex abuse, hit out at how detectives were taken in by a “blatant fantasist” in a 16-month investigation codenamed Operation Midland.

The £2.5 million investigation was opened in November 2014 after claims by a key witness called “Nick” that boys had been sexually abused by public figures more than 30 years ago.

The allegations included accounts of child abuse, murder and torture by politicians and military figures in the Seventies and Eighties. The inquiry was abandoned this year after it found no evidence to support the claims.

Today, Daniel Janner QC told BBC Radio 4’s Today programme: “Inspector Clouseau could have done better and not spent £2.5 million in 16 months investigating what were blatant fantasies.” Inspector Clouseau was played by Peter Sellers in the Pink Panther series of films.
http://www.standard.co.uk/news/uk/sc...-a3390091.html
A games of words in the above article imo.
How many of these so called operation inquiries have collasped or been buried and nothing have come of them?
Why don't we have have one called Failure of Operation Enquires? and then have another one the failure of the failure so on so on.

Just a fucking game a pretense that they are looking into child abuse.
The buck always seems to be thrown back at the victum one way or another yet the culprits constantly get away with it.

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Old 01-12-2016, 06:34 PM   #24
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The double-standards behind the way we investigate allegations of sex abuse
In most cases the victums are rarely beleved or its swept under the carpet.


A games of words in the above article imo.
How many of these so called operation inquiries have collasped or been buried and nothing have come of them?
Why don't we have have one called Failure of Operation Enquires? and then have another one the failure of the failure so on so on.

Just a fucking game a pretense that they are looking into child abuse.
The buck always seems to be thrown back at the victum one way or another yet the culprits constantly get away with it.
No kidding. We need an inquiry into the inquiry into the inquiry. They've been using the same old smokescreen tactics for decades now. Hillsborough took over twenty years and were it not for the persistence of the families, the truth would never have come out.

Call for a more robust and neutral inquiry into child abuse and you're accused of starting a witch hunt, or you're labelled a conspiracy nutter. God knows how many disinformation agents they've managed to plant over the years to distract and confuse. Look at the accusations about Ted Heath. That's sinking faster than Morning Cloud in a Force 10 gale. How many ex-special branch officers have been called to give evidence? How about Heath's predilection for prowling around Hampstead Heath looking for young trade? Where's that file?

The football scandal may get some traction because, so far, no powerful men have been named but you have to wonder where all this will lead. Groping boys in the changing room is one thing but where there is organized child abuse, wealth and power are somewhere close by.
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Old 01-12-2016, 09:23 PM   #25
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No kidding. We need an inquiry into the inquiry into the inquiry. They've been using the same old smokescreen tactics for decades now. Hillsborough took over twenty years and were it not for the persistence of the families, the truth would never have come out.

Call for a more robust and neutral inquiry into child abuse and you're accused of starting a witch hunt, or you're labelled a conspiracy nutter. God knows how many disinformation agents they've managed to plant over the years to distract and confuse. Look at the accusations about Ted Heath. That's sinking faster than Morning Cloud in a Force 10 gale. How many ex-special branch officers have been called to give evidence? How about Heath's predilection for prowling around Hampstead Heath looking for young trade? Where's that file?

The football scandal may get some traction because, so far, no powerful men have been named but you have to wonder where all this will lead. Groping boys in the changing room is one thing but where there is organized child abuse, wealth and power are somewhere close by.
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Old 02-12-2016, 08:36 AM   #26
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That it's being exposed is a good thing, however this feels like the cheese on a mousetrap.

Each new revelation seems to be a step further away from the elite and a step closer to joe public and the closer it gets to joe public, the more the media cover it and the less of a coverup there is (or at least appears to be.)

In other words, as I have said many times, this is probably being used to steer the whole thing onto joe public where a "massive problem" will be mysteriously found that necessitates "drastic measures" such as children raised by the state.
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Old 02-12-2016, 01:42 PM   #27
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That it's being exposed is a good thing, however this feels like the cheese on a mousetrap.

Each new revelation seems to be a step further away from the elite and a step closer to joe public and the closer it gets to joe public, the more the media cover it and the less of a coverup there is (or at least appears to be.)

In other words, as I have said many times, this is probably being used to steer the whole thing onto joe public where a "massive problem" will be mysteriously found that necessitates "drastic measures" such as children raised by the state.
In many respects Spoons, we're all raised by the state. From the moment our parents place us in nursery school, primary school, secondary school, and on, we are wards of the state. From 9-4, Monday to Friday (except holidays), the state feeds us, educates us, punishes us, and moulds our character. Then they use us to build society. It doesn't always work out and, like any production line, there are rejects, but the state takes care of them too.
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Old 03-12-2016, 07:57 PM   #28
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No kidding. We need an inquiry into the inquiry into the inquiry. They've been using the same old smokescreen tactics for decades now. Hillsborough took over twenty years and were it not for the persistence of the families, the truth would never have come out.

Call for a more robust and neutral inquiry into child abuse and you're accused of starting a witch hunt, or you're labelled a conspiracy nutter. God knows how many disinformation agents they've managed to plant over the years to distract and confuse. Look at the accusations about Ted Heath. That's sinking faster than Morning Cloud in a Force 10 gale. How many ex-special branch officers have been called to give evidence? How about Heath's predilection for prowling around Hampstead Heath looking for young trade? Where's that file?

The football scandal may get some traction because, so far, no powerful men have been named but you have to wonder where all this will lead. Groping boys in the changing room is one thing but where there is organized child abuse, wealth and power are somewhere close by.
The Ted Heath thing may not be being as deeply buried as they would like. Despite all the attempts to dismiss it, it seems like the Wiltshire chief constable is taking it seriously, let's just hope he survives longer than most other police in this country who try to do something about these events.



https://www.theguardian.com/uk-news/...t-a-witch-hunt

Really feels sometimes like the tide could be turning on all this soon. You only have to look at the different way the media treats the allegations against Establishment figures to how they treat the allegations against people like these football coaches to see that the cover up is still ongoing. They act as if everything that the ex footballers are saying is true without question (not saying it isn't of course), while constantly trying to dismiss the victims of MP's as fantasists and liars. People won't fall for these coverups for much longer I think.

I think we should do more to get the people who are reporting claims of abuse, to make their allegations to as many different independent channels as possible simultaneously. It is highly likely that establishment charities like the NSPCC are compromised and possibly even set up for the very purpose of controlling the information received by claimants about establishment figures.

Also, I may be mistaken, but why does there seem to be a lack of mentioning of Gary Speed in the latest round of media reporting on the football allegations? You would think that would be one of the main talking points around this case, which makes me think the chances of him being silenced to stop him outing wider rings (eg North Wales kids homes?) in his books are much higher than most think.
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Old 03-12-2016, 10:54 PM   #29
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Some 18 police forces are now examining claims from more than 350 people, across 55 clubs.

Sadly, ambitious junior players must make rich pickings for paedophiles at football clubs who are paid to scout out children with potential.
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I see Bennell has now been charged & found guilty on most accounts with more to follow.

http://www.bbc.com/news/uk-43050466?...source=twitter
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Old 16-02-2018, 11:33 PM   #31
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Unscheduled Channel 4 documentary on Bennell.

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=Kz85ZyOGWeE
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Old 03-07-2018, 06:09 AM   #32
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By Deborah Davies {snip**

Twenty-one years ago I opened a large cardboard box and uncovered a horrific story. Teenage footballers, gifted and driven by dreams of a glittering future, had endured years of the most appalling sexual abuse by their coach.

A few months later I stood for hours outside the FA's former headquarters in Lancaster Gate, waiting for their director of coaching to arrive. I asked him what rules the FA had in place for the protection of young players.

He ignored me, not even breaking stride as he walked inside. Unfortunately for him the building had a glass front door so we filmed him walking away down the corridor, with nothing to say. And that spoke volumes.

So now a few brave men in their 40s are speaking out about the abuse that's haunted them for decades. All power to their voices. I hope more come out, speaking about not just Bennell but a problem that blighted many clubs.

I don't accept we're living in different times or that society is somehow more attuned to recognising sexual abuse.

Football has always had an obligation to its young talent, for the game's own future, but even when the problem was highlighted 21 years ago they chose to look away.

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sport/spo...e-volumes.html
This is a very big problem for football.
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https://www.theguardian.com/football...-abuse-scandal
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