So that’s where the money went…


I see the fed have launched a book about policing… I love the contributors…
They are, by and large, the people in this country that hate the Police the most.

Hitchens… Chippy-butty, Imelda et al…
We need to sack them and start again…

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3 responses to “So that’s where the money went…

  1. Shuj…. Seen this? It seems that even when a ‘victim’ of alleged historical abuse gets it badly badly wrong, and on the strength of his allegations a national newspaper libels a peer of the realm that… It’s STILL the fault of the police!!!

    Man sorry over sex abuse error
    Breaking news

    A former resident of a north Wales care home has apologised after he made allegations of sexual abuse against a Thatcher-era senior Conservative politician, claiming it was a case of mistaken identity.

    It comes as the solicitor for Tory peer Lord McAlpine threatened legal action against those who linked the peer to the historical child abuse.

    Steve Messham, who appeared on Newsnight, said: “I want to offer my sincere and humble apologies to him and his family.”

    “After seeing a picture in the past hour of the individual concerned, this not the person I identified by photograph presented to me by the police in the early 1990s, who told me the man in the photograph was Lord McAlpine.

    Oh dear… The aptly named Mr. Messham, best get used to the idea of living in a cardboard box under a railway embankment, after this well connected and wealthy man has finished suing him,,,

  2. The biggest problem is that many years have passed and memories are not clear or what was remembered gets distorted, not in a malicious way but in ways that change what actually happened, bits added or bits lost it is human nature time changes our memories. The victims were not believed as children and who can blame any of them for wanting to air their stories now that everyone and I mean everyone is listening. I hasten to add the media are not listening for the victims benefit IMHO it is point scoring agianst whatever organisation that needs the knife sticking in, very cynical.

    Most of the cases that were investiagted but never got anywhere due to lack of evidence haven’t changed. The evidence then is still the evidence now. The arguement is that the police didn’t do a proper investigation. The police are not perfect, mistakes are made but are we suggesting that in every case there was a flawed investigation leading to NFA. A cover up, I don’t think so. Don’t forget these child molesters are clever people and the higher up the food chain they are the cleverer.

    That is why the victims were chosen, vulnerable children who wouldn’t be belived even if they were brave enough to tell anyone. Shirley Williams was spot on on QT. She said that in that era the normal was that children should be seen and not heard. Any accusations were probably met with disbelief and a slap to boot. This I know for sure.

    The crimes were horrific but the MSM now are running with every bit of gossip and supposition and I blame the MSM because the way they make bold statements and accusations without, it seems doing any background checks to try to corroborate any story before broadcasting or printing. Schofields antics just prove how dangerous they really are.

    Crimes should not be investigated in the media. Leave it to the police.

  3. Compare and contrast alleged crimes of the past to now , where the very word of children who seem incapable of comprehending a concept like the truth can be used to destroy the life and career of dedicated , caring professionals, even though it be a complete falsehood.

    Strange scary times we live in. For all its faults I’d have the 70s back, thanks.

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