Sunday, 26 May 2013

Survivor of North Wales Child Abuse comes forward for the first time in a plea for justice

 One of our readers comes forward leaving a moving comment on:-


Nic Parry on the Sgorio set
Paedophile loving Judge Niclas Parry as BBC radio Presenter

"I was in Clwyd hall school and was abused by two male members of staff was bullied also by a mr Williams who became headmaster, I was bullied and abused for several years,,,, yet these convicts get silly punishments because they were government approved, myself I have not had a successful place in life, as im to defensive of myself in life as no-one was defensive of me during school life.... things were so bad when I turned 16 I changed my name by deed poll (and i'm now 47), so nothing would come back to me!, but now I see this and think its about time I came forward and help try and reconvict certain people, on behalf of all the poor lost souls who took there life because of there traumas,,, ( LET US ALL PRAY AND FIGHT FOR THE LOST SOULS THAT THEY ARE IN PEACE NOW)....I'm sorry im late with this but I've only just come across this problem, and thought I should voice my concerns..... the convictions that were given by the so called judge should be looked into as they were too lenient, maybe he was involved some way, as o know a father who hit his kids once and got 18 months sentence ,, so this was once , yet the abusers was constant for years and get silly sentences
anyway if theres anyone from 1972 to 1978 who would like me to contact them please leave email here and I'll contact you... please leave opinions regards mysterious"

The system that has protected paedophiles for decades whilst it pursued victims for minor offences has to be broken and it is only by survivors coming forward that this will be achieved.

If survivors prefer to use our e-mail to contact each other in confidence please do so. We will put you in touch with each other.

For sample of sentences given to peadophiles  read Steven Ryder who made and distributed child pornography and sexual abuse of animals is freed by the Appeal Courts


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