Thursday, 8 November 2012


More of the same. Cameron orders a whitewash.  Let the Police investigate  the Police Judges investigate  Judges. Let no-one arrest Tory's.   Result years later they will say

"mistakes have been made but the police did everything they could it was the fault of the victims. The Waterhouse Inquiry had a very difficult task  and although they could have done more  they did an excellent  job and it only cost the tax payer £13million in lawyers fees."

We need REAL IMPARTIAL  investigators to look into allegations  about an elite  paedophile ring, involving Police Officers, Judges and Politicians  or it is a waste of time and money and worst of all the abuse will never really be exposed.
Today when handed a list of alleged Paedophiles  what did Cameron say
"During the live interview, the presenter handed the PM a card with a list of names on it, saying that they were people Mr Cameron knew and asking whether he would be talking to them.
Mr Cameron, who did not look at the names, replied with a warning: "There is a danger, if we're not careful, that this could turn into a sort of witch-hunt, particularly against people who are gay and I'm worried about the sort of thing you are doing right now - giving me a list of names that you've taken off the internet."

New Whitewash into child abuse 

The National Crime Agency will head a new police investigation into abuse in children's homes in North Wales in the 1970s and 1980s. A High Court judge will also carry out a review of the original Waterhouse Inquiry.

Latest ITV News reports

Cameron doubtful over 'mega inquiry' into child abuse

Prime Minister David Cameron has been asked if would be better to have one inquiry into historic allegations of child abuse such as those involving involving Jimmy Savile and a north Wales care home, rather than separate ones.
Mr Cameron told ITV1's This Morning:
I think the real question is, would that help us get to the truth any quicker. I'm very anxious that the BBC finds out what went wrong that allowed Jimmy Savile to do all those things over so many years.
I think the fastest way of that happening is with the former judge that they've got doing that investigation.
I want to find out what happened in north Wales. The fastest way of finding out is with the judge that I've appointed.
The idea that if you had one mega inquiry that you'd speed everything up, I'm not sure this is true.
I don't rule out taking further steps. I want the Government to be absolutely on top of this, I don't want anything to be covered up.
If there are more things we have to do, we will do them.

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