NOTTINGHAM: CHILD SEX ABUSE PROTEST DISRUPTS TRAFFIC ON MANSFIELD RD. – NOTTINGHAM POST 3 OCT. 2015

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 Traffic on Mansfield Road was disrupted by campaigners highlighting allegations of historic child abuse in Nottinghamshire care homes.

Around 130 people marched from Forest Road East along Mansfield Road towards the city centre on Saturday afternoon before handing a letter to officers at Central Police Station calling for the resignation of Nottinghamshire Police Chief Constable Chris Eyre.

The protestors, who then gathered outside the Theatre Royal, with some dressed in police uniform, calling themselves ‘peace officers’ and another wearing a pig mask, say there have been failed by the police.

Campaigner Mandy Sleiman said: “This is why we are campaigning, because Chris Eyre has failed all the childabuse survivors. We have not had one conviction yet.”

“It’s just systematic failure for every survivor.”

Nigel O’Mara, 51, of Mapperely, who says he is a victim of historic child abuse, was on the march.

He said: “We…

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About Sabine Kurjo McNeill

I'm a mathematician and system analyst formerly at CERN in Geneva and became an event organiser, software designer, independent web publisher and online promoter of Open Justice. My most significant scientific contribution is www.smartknowledge.space
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