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Originally posted by Flavian
reply to post by skjalddis
I was reading that on the Telegraph website earlier today. The ex Children in Need boss does state though that he never went to bosses or to the Police as he had no evidence against Saville, simply that he was uncomfortable about his creepy behaviour.
And that is the nux of all these cases. Without any proof, what can be done? If (as looks likely) he is guilty, i do not blame those who were victims for not bringing anything up. I do however place a huge amount of blame on all the adults who witnessed things and never said anything because they feared for their careers.
Originally posted by AmberLeaf
The guy spent 40 odd years abusing kids in his dressing room. This guy has more front than Tesco's!
He had to be aided in the abuse, loads of people have come on the tv claiming they had seen things but didnt think to tell anyone. Even the woman who set up Child Line knew he was a perv and hid it. SICK
The guy is showing he doesnt care what anyone sees or says. He was investigated a few times, but nothing came of it...because of the people he knew. It makes me sick
Originally posted by magoo22
WOW! The Express is really starting to get some balls. The best article I've seen in any of the mainstream by a country mile. www.express.co.uk...
David Icke, who went from respected broadcaster to laughing stock, was at the forefront of such claims in the Nineties when he named Savile and others as paedophiles.
Icke claimed Savile supplied children from Jersey’s infamous Haut de la Garenne care home to a senior British MP. Savile denied knowing the home, the scene of a police investigation in 2008 that uncovered widespread child abuse. He lied. There is pictorial evidence of him there.
I have compiled a list of 132 utterly shameless establishment child abusers. These include MPs, lords and local councillors. A similar list for members of Her Majesty’s Constabulary exists.
I don’t believe these lists are complete. This is not conjecture or media gossip but people, primarily men, who have been prosecuted for child sex offences throughout the UK.
Many of these abusers still represent constituents and are “serving the public”.
Judging by some of the testimonies I have heard it is likely to be very shocking indeed. There is no alternative. The victims need the truth to be told, no matter how powerful or connected their abusers may prove to be.