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Old 05-11-2013, 07:16 AM   #77561
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Chuck Norris, journalist, has gotten informed about child-rape. I wonder if he's been on this thread?

http://townhall.com/columnists/chuck...8887/page/full
Townhall.com - 22 October 2013
Human Sex Trafficking of US Minors (Part 1)

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Reuters reported last week, "Some 30 million people are enslaved worldwide, trafficked into brothels, forced into manual labour, victims of debt bondage or even born into servitude."

A percentage is represented in all 162 countries, with almost half being in India. And many would be surprised to discover that the U.S. sexual slavery market is growing -- in and outside our country -- using none other than American minors. Americans trafficking Americans.

ABC News reported in July on a National Geographic undercover investigation of sexual slavery in the U.S.: "When some people hear about sex trafficking in America they usually think of Asian and Eastern European women being brought into the States, but it's actually 10 times more likely for an American girl to be trafficked inside the U.S. Further, almost 300,000 American children are at risk for trafficking into the sex industry, according to U.S. Department of State statistics."

About 14,500 to 17,500 girls from other countries are smuggled into the U.S. and exploited in sexual slavery. The U.S. Department of Justice says the average age at which females -- domestic and international -- start prostitution in the U.S. is between 12 and 14 years, and those older than 12 are leading targets for sexual exploitation by organized crime units. The FBI further explains that boys and transgender youths begin prostituting between the ages of 11 and 13 on average.

And where are they all marketed? Most know how they are paraded on the streets by pimps, controlled by violent gangs and organized crime, and marketed through residential brothels and businesses such as strip clubs, escort services and massage parlors. But the greatest and most recent proliferation has been through the Internet.

Malika Saada Saar, president of the Rebecca Project for Human Rights, explained that there is a "cyber slave market that is being built up by Craigslist and other websites" (for example, dating and hooking up sites and online escort services), and most who buy and sell these girls are never arrested or jailed.

In July, however, the FBI conducted raids in 76 cities, arrested 150 pimps and rescued 105 children from their sexual and abusive rings -- the youngest of whom was only 9 years old.

The Blaze reported that "Detroit saw the most pimps arrested, while the largest numbers of children rescued were in San Francisco, Detroit, Milwaukee, Denver and New Orleans."

The Blaze also noted how 2,700 children have been rescued by the FBI since 2003 under its Innocence Lost initiative, in partnership with the nonprofit group the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children. Moreover, roughly 1,350 convictions of sex traders have been brought about by the FBI. Many of the convicted got "lengthy sentences," and 10 received life sentences.

The FBI reported: "Today, the business of human sex trafficking is much more organized and violent. These women and young girls (and boys) are sold to traffickers, locked up in rooms or brothels for weeks or months, drugged, terrorized, and raped repeatedly. These continual abuses make it easier for the traffickers to control their victims. The captives are so afraid and intimidated that they rarely speak out against their traffickers, even when faced with an opportunity to escape."

Sex trafficking victim Chong Kim shared just how intense it was during her couple of years of captivity: "The first year I was in there, I literally became numb; I thought I was going to die as a sex slave. ... When I started to become defiant with the traffickers, the traffickers would look at the girls we were close to, and with that, they would actually tie us to a chair and make us watch the girl that we were close to or the child we were close to get tortured, sodomized and raped for hours and hours on end. We went through beatings; we were held in the bathtub with ice." (Kim's story, now put into the award-winning film "Eden," is proof of how ethnic sexual slavery can be easily overlooked and victims can be carted around the heartland of America without ever being noticed.)

The Justice Department estimates that of the roughly 450,000 U.S. children who run away from home each year, at least one-third of teens end up homeless and lured toward prostitution within 48 hours of leaving home. This is another reason it is so imperative that the lost are found quickly.

Shared Hope International (http://sharedhope.org), whose mission is to eradicate sex trafficking, has a helpful website with many great resources to help you help others caught in the webs of sexual slavery, including a section in which you can view report cards for how your state is doing in the fight against human trafficking.

The website for the Polaris Project (http://www.polarisproject.org), a nonprofit, nongovernmental organization working exclusively on the issue of human trafficking, also has a state-by-state map that you can click on and access in-depth information and resources in your area.

The Polaris Project also provides the National Human Trafficking Resource Center, which is a toll-free hotline available for calls and texts from anywhere in the country 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, every day of the year. Call it at 888-373-7888, or text "help" or "info" to BE-FREE (233733).

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Townhall.com - 29 October 2013
How Do US Minors Become Sex Slaves? (Part 2)

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The FBI reports on its website that "not only is human sex trafficking slavery but it is big business. It is the fastest-growing business of organized crime and the third-largest criminal enterprise in the world."

I noted in Part 1 of my series on human trafficking that ABC News reported in July on a National Geographic undercover investigation about sexual slavery, saying that "it's actually 10 times more likely for an American girl to be trafficked inside the U.S." than it is for a foreigner. According to the FBI, ABC reported, "they range in age from 9 to 19, with the average age being 11."

Each year, roughly 300,000 American children are at risk for trafficking into the sex industry, compared with 14,500 to 17,500 girls smuggled in from other countries, according to U.S. Department of State statistics.

What lures these kids into sexual slavery? Sure, there are the darker elements of abduction and smuggling. But there are also many of the same enticements as there are with legitimate organizations and careers: security, self-worth, belonging, fame, fortune, etc.

We often think of the sex trade as being run by nothing but controlling hoodlums who second as drug lords -- and many are -- but the truth is that sexual slavery has turned into a billion-dollar industry run by many "average Americans" who are businesspeople.

The National Geographic investigation highlighted how it's not just career criminals in red-light districts who are luring down-and-out minors to sexual slavery. There is a growing swell of U.S. traffickers who are wealthy and "upstanding citizens" in suburban and rural America.

How do these "upstanding citizens" entice their victims? By offering them love and protection, a little adventure and even a career jump into stardom. And many use any reputable bait -- on and off the Internet -- to lure prospective prey into their nets, including careers as models, masseuses and actors. Once their victims are snared by charm and emotional tactics, traffickers then crank up their coercion and control with money, drugs, bondage and blackmail.

The Christian Post interviewed Linda Smith, founder and president of Shared Hope International, and reported: "The way that traffickers often gain their victims, Smith explained, is to first gain the friendship of their target. Sometimes they will pretend to be their boyfriend. After capturing them, they will videotape them getting raped. Then, they may threaten to post the video on the internet, or may threaten to harm their family if they do not cooperate."

Sex trafficking victim Jillian Mourning told investigative journalist Mariana van Zeller: "Every single person that walks the face of the Earth has an aspect of vulnerability. We all have something that can make us vulnerable. Traffickers and pimps and anybody that is in that industry knows how to find that weak spot."

The FBI further elaborates: "These perpetrators may promise marriage and a lifestyle the youths often did not have in their previous familial relationships. They claim they 'love' and 'need' the victim and that any sex acts are for their future together. In cases where the children have few or no positive male role models in their lives, the traffickers take advantage of this fact and, in many cases, demand that the victims refer to them as 'daddy,' making it tougher for the youths to break the hold the perpetrator has on them."

Chong Kim, whose sex trafficking story is at the heart of the award-winning film "Eden" (http://www.edenthefilm.com), explained how subtly she was coerced into the trafficking world, which led to two long years of torture before she could escape: "I met this guy who I thought was my boyfriend, and unlike a lot of fictional human trafficking stories where it happens in one day, this guy, I was convinced that he was my boyfriend. And so when you're that in love, you don't think about 'OK, he's going to traffic me,' if that makes sense. So we were living in Dallas, Texas, and he told me about after two or three weeks of us dating, and he said to me, 'I want to take you out of state to go meet my parents.' And my girlfriend said that if a guy says that to you that he likes you, so there was no 'be careful' -- none of that. I was real excited. I call it the Cinderella syndrome, where we write our names with their last names and future kids' names. But what happened was instead of ending up in Florida, where he said he was going to take me, I ended up in Oklahoma handcuffed to a doorknob in an abandoned house, and from that point on, he contacted the traffickers to come pick me up. So I was transported to Nevada."

The FBI also explained that tragically, in many cases, the parents themselves peddle their children: "Other young people are recruited into prostitution through forced abduction, pressure from parents, or through deceptive agreements between parents and traffickers. Once these children become involved in prostitution, they often are forced to travel far from their homes and, as a result, are isolated from their friends and family. Few children in this situation can develop new relationships with peers or adults other than the person victimizing them. The lifestyle of such youths revolves around violence, forced drug use, and constant threats."

According to the FBI, the truth about family origins is this: "These children generally come from homes where they have been abused or from families who have abandoned them. Often, they become involved in prostitution to support themselves financially or to get the things they feel they need or want (like drugs)."

If you or a child you know is in danger, contact the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children at https://report.cybertip.org or by calling 800-THE-LOST (800-843-5678).

The Polaris Project provides the National Human Trafficking Resource Center, which is a toll-free hotline available for calls and texts from anywhere in the country 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, every day of the year. Call it at 888-373-7888, or text "help" or "info" to BE-FREE (233733).

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Townhall.com - 4 November 2013
Porn's Part in Sex Trafficking (Part 3)

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In the first two parts of this series, I discussed how 10 times more U.S. minors than foreigners are trafficked in the U.S. But are many of them trafficked into the legal porn industry?

A few years back, Dr. Mary Anne Layden, a sex abuse expert and psychotherapist at the University of Pennsylvania who has testified before the U.S. Senate on the dangers of online porn, addressed a forum on sex trafficking at Parliament House in Sydney.

In an article titled "Online porn addiction turns our kids into victims and predators," The Sydney Morning Herald reported Layden as saying to the forum that in her 20 years of experience treating sexual violence victims and perpetrators in the U.S., she "didn't have one case of sexual violence that didn't involve pornography."

Layden also explained that the "dramatic increase" in child sexual predators is a direct result of and proportionate to the increase of Internet pornography. The Internet is "piping (pornography) 24/7 into homes, in harder and more pathological forms in a venue children know better to use than adults."

Layden elaborated that increased online pornography helps to "normalize pathological behavior," raising the belief that "it is common, hurts no one, and is socially acceptable, the female body is for male entertainment, sex is not about intimacy and sex is the basis of self-esteem." And just as with other addictions, Layden claimed, the more one consumes pornography the more one's appetite for it grows.

The Herald summarized Layden's sentiments regarding the connection between porn and sex trafficking this way: "Increased use of pornography leads to increased demand for prostitution. When demand outstripped supply of local prostitutes, women and children were brought in from overseas, often against their will."

The irony for many among the socially conscious younger generations is that they are often passionate about fighting against sex trafficking but often overlook its connection to pornography's supply and demand -- something the majority of them feed in their digital world. According to a 2008 Brigham Young University study noted in World magazine, 87 percent of men in college and 31 percent of women in college watch porn.

World also cited Layden, who is also co-director of the Sexual Trauma and Psychopathology Program and contends that porn's easy accessibility sets the foundation for its entitlement. She said: "I hear men say, 'Sex is a need. I have a right to it.'"

Despite its legal legs, the porn industry, in fact, aids and abets sex trafficking. Porn fuels trafficking and vice versa. As noted by She's Somebody's Daughter (http://www.somebodysdaughter.org):

--"Pornography drives the demand for sex trafficking."

--"Trafficking victims are exploited in the production of pornography."

--"Pornography production is a form of trafficking."

--"Pornography is used as a training tool with sex trafficked victims."

Brittni Ruiz is just one of hundreds of thousands of examples of those who were lured and ultimately caught in the webs of the porn industry and mass media trafficking. But she also became one of porn's top stars.

WorldNetDaily's Chelsea Schilling, who wrote a must-read multi-article expose on how child porn is pervading even Facebook, reported about how Ruiz was raped at 14 years old and then enticed into a life of porn that she "hated" but was ensnared in for years as her alter ego, Jenna Presley.

In her recent interview on ABC's "The View," Ruiz shared how it all began when she was lured by the promise of fame in college by producers who asked her whether she wanted to star in a few "romance movies."

Roughly 300 porn films later, Ruiz's life spiraled down "a long seven-year journey of porn, prostitution, stripping, drugs, alcohol and several failed suicide attempts," she said.

The great news is that the team of women at XXXchurch.com, an online community for those seeking help out of the porn industry and pornography, repeatedly reached out to Ruiz at porn conventions, where they distributed hundreds of Bibles and T-shirts that declared, "Jesus loves porn stars."

The message of God's love, value and forgiveness finally reached her heart. Ruiz filmed her last sex scene in November 2012. Looking back, she recalled in an interview with AdultFYI: "I never found love in my life and was looking for it in all the wrong places. ... I have finally encountered the unconditional love of God, and I will never go back."

For any girls who are thinking about entering the porn industry, Ruiz gave this word of caution and encouragement to them in her interview with Whole Magazine: "Taking your clothes off to be with multiple men will leave you hopeless, broken and empty. I remember hating myself. I didn't have one ounce of love for myself. No one in that industry is going to reach his/her hand down and help pick you up. They're going to watch you go down and kick you. Research other avenues. I found what I yearned for (fulfillment, acceptance, joy, peace and love) in Jesus. I know these same women can find the same thing I did. Reach out and take a step of faith and take that hand that is reaching out for you ... and that hand is Jesus."

If you want to know more about what Ruiz is doing now, go to http://www.brittniruiz.com.

I recommend the documentary "Somebody's Daughter," which has raised awareness of the pervasiveness and destructiveness of pornography. Powerful tools to aid individuals and couples who want help getting over issues related to pornography are also found at https://www.thepinkcross.org. Other great training resources can be found at http://www.stripchurch.com, which serves, teaches and equips women who share the desire to reach out to those in the sex industry.

The Polaris Project provides the National Human Trafficking Resource Center, which is a toll-free hotline available for calls and texts from anywhere in the country 24 hours a day, seven days a week, every day of the year. Call it at 888-373-7888, or text "help" or "info" to BE-FREE (233733).

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I really recommend people read up on this guy and his fight to uncover child abuse and corruption, and also his fight to have a fair trial.

He has now been jailed for a second time.



"Stuart Syvret, described by one judge as "a thorn in the side of the [Jersey] establishment"

If he is guilty then prove it with a FAIR trial.

"Many of the allegations, if not capable of justification, are highly defamatory."

If he is guilty then prove it with a FAIR trial.

"None of the four individuals named has ever attempted to sue Syvret for defamation. Instead, the data protection commissioner in Jersey, Emma Martins, has prosecuted him under the Data Protection Act."

http://www.theguardian.com/uk-news/2...og-allegations

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"Liz Davies, a social work lecturer in London, urges SWAN members to support Stuart Syvret, a recently jailed former Senator in Jersey, who has consistently and courageously campaigned for the rights of children and careleavers

Stuart Syvret, former Senator in Jersey, who has consistently and courageously campaigned for the rights of children and careleavers and has exposed serious crimes against children on the island, was jailed on Wednesday 2nd November 2011. Stuart lost his appeal on 7th November and therefore remains in prison. "
http://www.socialworkfuture.org/arti...yvret-campaign

The Voice for children Blog offers some intelligent and well reasoned opinions on the matter.
http://voiceforchildren.blogspot.co....ful-court.html
Thanks for clarifying that. I knew he'd been jailed once and wasn't sure if this was just re- reporting it or not.

Poor man. It makes my blood boil.

Another plug for Bill Maloney of pie and mash films

Sun, sea and Satan. All about the terrible events on the island of Jersey.

How can he have lost his appeal on nov 7 th when today is only the 5 th?

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I really recommend people read up on this guy and his fight to uncover child abuse and corruption, and also his fight to have a fair trial.

He has now been jailed for a second time.



"Stuart Syvret, described by one judge as "a thorn in the side of the [Jersey] establishment"

If he is guilty then prove it with a FAIR trial.

"Many of the allegations, if not capable of justification, are highly defamatory."

If he is guilty then prove it with a FAIR trial.

"None of the four individuals named has ever attempted to sue Syvret for defamation. Instead, the data protection commissioner in Jersey, Emma Martins, has prosecuted him under the Data Protection Act."

http://www.theguardian.com/uk-news/2...og-allegations

Previous Conviction

"Liz Davies, a social work lecturer in London, urges SWAN members to support Stuart Syvret, a recently jailed former Senator in Jersey, who has consistently and courageously campaigned for the rights of children and careleavers

Stuart Syvret, former Senator in Jersey, who has consistently and courageously campaigned for the rights of children and careleavers and has exposed serious crimes against children on the island, was jailed on Wednesday 2nd November 2011. Stuart lost his appeal on 7th November and therefore remains in prison. "
http://www.socialworkfuture.org/arti...yvret-campaign

The Voice for children Blog offers some intelligent and well reasoned opinions on the matter.
http://voiceforchildren.blogspot.co....ful-court.html
Bear with me as I can't copy and paste this comment

Jetz Maddox wrote a comment saying he had a radio station called

Commala radio. It's broadcast all over the world. He doesn't sensor anyone. Stuart Syret is welcome to come on the radio programme
[email protected]

He's on Facebook

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@reeves3915 seems sir kenneth newman gave the orders for raid on mary moss house and the collection of all child sex abuse evidence EGH
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The Imperial Society of Knights Bachelor was formed in 1908 and received Royal recognition in 1912. Its Patron is Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II.

Sir Kenneth Newman, GBE, QPM (1991-1998)
http://www.davidicke.com/forum/showp...ostcount=71189

Another name in the frame?
Interesting name if correct, Sir Kenneth Newman.
  • Born 1926, the same year as Savile.
  • Chief Constable of the Royal Ulster Constabulary from 1976 to 1980.
  • Commissioner of the Metropolitan Police from 1982 to 1987
  • Had served as a detective in the Palestine Special Branch.
  • Newman was knighted in 1978 after his work with the RUC.
  • Newman retired in 1987.

Re Kincora.

The Kincora Boys' Home was a children's home in Belfast that was the scene of a notorious child sex abuse scandal.

The scandal first came to public attention in January 1980 after a news report in the Irish Independent.

A "private inquiry" was set up in January 1982 by James Prior, the Northern Ireland Secretary of State,[1] under the Commissioner of Complaints, Stephen McGonagle, to deal with these allegations. However it collapsed after three of its members resigned because they felt that the Royal Ulster Constabulary (RUC) had failed to carry out an effective investigation

The Belfast News Letter story that government files on Kincora were mysteriously absent in the January 2013 release of 1982 papers by the Public Record Office of Northern Ireland (PRONI) apparently resulted from such documents being in files that ran past 1982 and that the relevant items would be released in the next or following year. (That should be interesting!)

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kincora_Boys%27_Home
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Did anyone watch the savile related programme last night?

My DIL tried to give me the heads up but quoted the wrong channel

It was on the bbc.
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Interesting name if correct, Sir Kenneth Newman.
  • Born 1926, the same year as Savile.
  • Chief Constable of the Royal Ulster Constabulary from 1976 to 1980.
  • Commissioner of the Metropolitan Police from 1982 to 1987
  • Had served as a detective in the Palestine Special Branch.
  • Newman was knighted in 1978 after his work with the RUC.
  • Newman retired in 1987.

Re Kincora.

The Kincora Boys' Home was a children's home in Belfast that was the scene of a notorious child sex abuse scandal.

The scandal first came to public attention in January 1980 after a news report in the Irish Independent.

A "private inquiry" was set up in January 1982 by James Prior, the Northern Ireland Secretary of State,[1] under the Commissioner of Complaints, Stephen McGonagle, to deal with these allegations. However it collapsed after three of its members resigned because they felt that the Royal Ulster Constabulary (RUC) had failed to carry out an effective investigation

The Belfast News Letter story that government files on Kincora were mysteriously absent in the January 2013 release of 1982 papers by the Public Record Office of Northern Ireland (PRONI) apparently resulted from such documents being in files that ran past 1982 and that the relevant items would be released in the next or following year. (That should be interesting!)

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kincora_Boys%27_Home

Kenneth Newman has a lot to hide.


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http://www.theguardian.com/uk-news/2...documents-book
Guardian - 23 October 2013
RUC commanders covered up killings by rogue officers, inquiry files allege


Cases of collusion

Collusion, in the Northern Ireland context, has come to mean collaboration between loyalist terror groups such as the UDA and the UVF and members of the security forces. In recent years it has emerged that state agents not only within loyalist paramilitary organisations but also inside the IRA and INLA on the republican side were allowed to carry out crimes including murder while secretly serving the crown. Some of the most infamous examples include:

• In 1982, the Irish National Liberation Army shot dead the extreme loyalist John McKeague. It later transpired that McKeague, an anti-Catholic firebrand, had been run as an agent by British military intelligence. Just prior to his death, McKeague had made it clear he was about to go public about a scandal at Kincora boys' home involving its paedophile housemaster and prominent Orangeman William McGrath, leading loyalists and members of British intelligence. One of the INLA gunmen involved in killing McKeague was working for RUC special branch at the time.

Book reveals documents from Historical Enquiries Team highlighting alleged collusion and stark police failings
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We are in one almighty fight here in feudal jersey. We are still occupied as far as I'm concerned. Here is Stuart last interview before the Jersey Stazi arrested him.

http://voiceforchildren.blogspot.com...ful-court.html

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Former Jersey minister Stuart Syvret to be jailed over blog allegations

Former Channel Islands politician sentenced to three months in prison for refusing to take down 'highly defamatory' articles

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Jersey's former health minister has been sentenced to three months in prison after refusing to take down articles on his blog making serious allegations against a number of people on the island.

Stuart Syvret, described by one judge as "a thorn in the side of the [Jersey] establishment", did not attend the court hearing in the royal court in St Helier on Monday but was arrested at his home after locking himself in his flat.


According to John Hemming, a Liberal Democrat MP, Syvret has been unfairly prosecuted for revealing information in the public interest, including evidence that a nurse on the island may have killed some of his patients.


Hemming accuses the Jersey judiciary of behaving oppressively by misusing the Data Protection Act in order to silence its critics.


For a number of years Syvret has written a blog which publicises and examines what he sees as injustice and malpractice in Jersey. As a judge put it a number of years ago, the blog "frequently contains extremely grave allegations against people living in the island, some public figures some not. Many of the allegations, if not capable of justification, are highly defamatory."

From 1990 until 2010, Syvret was an elected politician in Jersey and from 2005 until 2007 served as health minister.

In April 2010 he was disqualified from membership of the States of Jersey - the island's parliament - ostensibly due to his absence from the island. For a period prior to his disqualification he was living in Hemming's flat in London as he launched and fought a number of legal actions, rallying against what he refers to as the "corrupt nature of Jersey's judiciary".

In parliament in 2009, Hemming used parliamentary privilege to reveal that Syvret had made murder allegations about a nurse on his blog. Hemming told the Commons: "He [Syvret] was then prosecuted under the Data Protection Act by Jersey. He was not allowed to adduce as evidence the case to which he referred on his web log, which is a public interest defence that he needed to reveal the failures of the judicial system in Jersey."

On 17 November, 2010 Syvret was convicted of two offences under the Data Protection (Jersey) Law 2005, one of disclosing personal data without consent, and the other of processing personal data without being registered as a data controller.


After losing an appeal against conviction and refusing to take down his blog he was eventually jailed for contempt for three months at the end of 2011. In 2012 Hemming raised Syvret's case again in parliament to make public the fact Syvret had been served with a superinjunction by the court ordering him again to take down the offending posts from his blog.

Hemming told MPs that a number of individuals "have, with the assistance of the Jersey government, obtained a superinjunction against ex-senator Stuart Syvret – under the Data Protection Act of all things – to prevent from him saying things about them on his blog … ."

None of the four individuals named has ever attempted to sue Syvret for defamation. Instead, the data protection commissioner in Jersey, Emma Martins, has prosecuted him under the Data Protection Act.

She argues, highly unusually, that Syvret is the "data controller" of his blog (a position usually held in a large corporation) and that he has no right to name and shame people on his blog, whether or not the information he reveals about them is correct.

Hemming said on Monday: "This use of the Data Protection Act to silence people in Jersey is oppressive.
The Guardian spoke to Syvret on Friday after he learned of his sentence. He claimed to have locked himself in his flat and said: "I am about to become a political prisoner in Jersey – again, for whistleblowing, for being a dissident."
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Kenneth Newman has a lot to hide.
He certainly does!

Found a photo of him, extremely dodgy looking too!

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From these interviews, it seems Stuart is not afraid of much, Jersey's establishment is acting out of sheer terror and the UK has a great deal to fear. The Crown Courts did not want to have to defend the made-up legal farce of the misused Data Protection Law against Stuart. Remember, this was originally intended to be a top secret hush-hush never-tell prosecution, not something that would have to be defended in the light of day, much less an international incident.

Now, many more around the world will work tirelessly to defend him, to expose and to disclose beyond the reach of the likes of silly Ms Martins, and her Feudal handlers. His imprisonment will not withstand the scrutiny.
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Old 05-11-2013, 08:28 AM   #77572
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has anyone considered nicolas witchell? he is very pally to a lot of the peple who i would consider prime suspects.
The last time I heard that name was when Keith Allen in Unlawful Killing talks of the behaviour of the press in the Diana coroner's inquiry and I think he mentions NW snoozing for periods of time. Was he a royal correspondent in particular?
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Video piece on Stuart's sentencing.

http://www.channelonline.tv/channelo....asp?id=507994
Channel OnlineTV - 5 November 2013
Stuart Syvret sentenced to prison


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Former Jersey politician Senator Stuart Syvret has been sent to prison again - this time for three months for contempt of court.

It is because he has refused to carry out a court order demanding he edit his blog.

He had published a list of people whom he claimed were 'criminals'.

On Monday morning he was due to appear in the Royal Court to explain why he had failed to carry out the order, but did not turn up.

A warrant has now been issued for his arrest.
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Old 05-11-2013, 08:37 AM   #77574
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He certainly does!

Found a photo of him, extremely dodgy looking too!

http://www.pacemakerpressintl.com/photo?id=105244
Yup. Creepy little man. I'm not sure if he's walking here, or standing in a wagon that's being pulled by some poor person.


6 October 1985: Metropolitan Police Commissioner Sir Kenneth Newman (right) arrives at the scene of rioting on the Broadwater Farm housing estate.
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Old 05-11-2013, 08:46 AM   #77575
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Gojam has a Stuart Syvret post.

http://theneedleblog.wordpress.com/2...sey-judiciary/
Stuart Syvret On The Corrupt Jersey Judiciary
by gojam | November 5, 2013 · 9:25 am

It’s always a pleasure listening to Stuart Syvret speak, he is not only knowledgeable but also eloquent. In the video below he gives some background to the action which has seen him jailed. It’s not about a few individuals making a complaint against him (not one person has sued Mr Syvret for the comments he has made on his blog) it’s about protecting “Jersey’s entrenched feudal mafia”.

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I recorded the interview with Jersey citizen media site, Voice for Children, on Wednesday 16th, and wasn’t aware that the “judge” hearing this “case” was Julian Clyde-Smith.

It’s quite marvellous really – funny, in the manner of the blackest of farces – that Julian Clyde-Smith – and his equally conflicted friends, such as Philip Bailhache, William Bailhache, and the man who chose and appointed him to hear this case – Michael Birt – think Clyde-Smith can be used as a judge in any matter concerning me without inflicting greater damage and discredit on themselves.

It’s especially foolhardy of them – in one of those ways which pushes London’s protection of them well beyond any semblance of legal credibility – given that Julian Clyde-Smith is actually subject of detailed and most serious complaints of judicial corruption, of which London are aware.

stuartsyvret.blogspot.co.uk
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Have just spent several hours on twitter as legal experts, journalists and others around the world discuss this. Does not look good for Jersey's attempt to twist Data Protection Law to fit their retaliatory action against Stuart. Jersey's oligarchy seems to have no legitimate defenders of this case, outside of Jersey.

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Dr Liz Davies and John Hemmings MP Support Stuart Syvret.
by gojam | November 5, 2013 · 9:42 am

Dr Liz Davies, Reader in Child Protection at London Metropolitan University, calls for people to support Stuart Syvret. While John Hemmings MP puts down an Earl Day Motion (EDM) highlighting the appalling situation in Jersey.

“Stuart has asked that UK campaigners should contact their MPs urgently to request their support of John Hemming’s early day motion.”

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Stuart Syvret, former Senator in Jersey, who has consistently and courageously campaigned for the rights of children and careleavers and has exposed serious crimes against children on the island, was jailed on Wednesday 2nd November 2011. Stuart lost his appeal on 7th November and therefore remains in prison.

The hearing was the culmination of a long legal process which began when Stuart was charged with data protection and minor motoring offences in 2009 which ended last week when he was jailed by Magistrates for failing to carry out community service for contempt of court. The charge related to a six-month period where Syvret left Jersey for the UK instead of facing trial in Jersey. But the 45-year-old yesterday vowed to bring a ‘habeas corpus’ hearing – a rare court action used to free a prisoner from illegal detention – later this week.

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Stuart has asked that UK campaigners should contact their MPs urgently to request their support of John Hemming’s early day motion.

EARLY DAY MOTION

Mr. Hemmings EDM. (2370)
That this House notes the imprisonment of Stuart Syvret; believes that the public authorities of the island of Jersey do not operate in a manner compliant with the requirements of the European Commission of Human Rights (ECHR), there being overt and significant overlaps and contaminations between the legislature, executive and judiciary; further notes that Her Majesty’s subjects in Jersey are not protected by effective checks and balances, and that there has been the political repression of former Chief Police Officer, Graham Power and former Senator Stuart Syvret; further notes that, notwithstanding the responsibility the Secretary of State for Justice has for good governance and Convention Rights in Jersey, the island’s authorities are permitted to repress opposition activists, and that the Secretary of State for Justice and Jersey’s Lieutenant Governor have failed to act; further notes that successive governments of the United Kingdom have committed this nation to securing real democratic freedoms and the rule of law in other jurisdictions, yet in the British enclave of Jersey on the United Kingdom’s very doorstep, ordinary powerless people are oppressed by an entrenched oligarchy; and calls on the Secretary of State for Justice to appoint an independent Commission similar to that which investigated corruption in the Turks and Caicos Islands, to investigate the conduct of Jersey’s public administration and to urgently bring the protections of the ECHR to Her Majesty”

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Old 05-11-2013, 09:07 AM   #77577
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Did anyone watch the savile related programme last night?

My DIL tried to give me the heads up but quoted the wrong channel

It was on the bbc.
Here's the link to watch online in the UK, bella.


http://www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/episode..._More_Secrets/
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When Louis Met... Max Clifford (2002)

S02E04

Louis meets the PR guru/media manipulator as he handles Pop Idol judge Simon Cowell and child star Declan Galbraith and organises a charity do involving Westlife.

I've added it on the Documentaries thread
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The Telegraph 03-10-83

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The Montreal Gazette 26-11-83
It just seems so odd that Geoffrey Dickens would be pursuing Leon Brittan over investigations into paedophilia, if he actually knew that Leon was involved. It doesn't make sense for him to hand over key documents with an almost certainty that they would be shelved. I don't think Leon (unless under a pseudonym) could have been named in Dicken's dossier.
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