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BBC1's Panorama is planning to attack survivors of child sex abuse and others who are uncovering evidence of a 'Westminster paedophile network'.
Panorama plans to smear abuse survivors, criticise Exaro and other media over their reports on VIP paedophiles, and undermine MP's who campaigned on the issue.
Panorama insiders say that the programme has to go ahead because so much has been spent on it.
Despite all the efforts, according to Panorama insiders, the production team realises that it does not have a story.
Victims will be intimidated, those who support them will be ridiculed...
originally posted by: Kester
a reply to: Flavian
To be honest my own opinion is, if it's getting publicity it must be BS.
Applied to everything.
Am I cynical?
originally posted by: Flavian
However, you have to admit that the fact the main person in the inquiry (this Nick fellow) has been labelled both a liar and a fantasist by a Judge in a previous case (which was proven in law) doesn't really leave the inquiry with anywhere else to go, unless new witnesses / victims turn up. Essentially, the very foundations of the investigations cannot be trusted. From a legal standpoint you have practically lost before you have begun and this is important because justice could only ever be served legally.
The simple fact is that for a historic case like this, evidence is extremely unlikely. Therefore witness testimonies will carry a lot of weight and form a large part of any case brought. I cannot put it any clearer than to say that legally, the main accuser cannot be trusted.