Statement provided to BBC’s Panorama programme on allegations of child sexual abuse and homicide

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The Metropolitan Police Service (MPS) has serious concerns about the impact of this programme on its investigation into allegations of child sexual abuse and homicide, on the witnesses involved, and on the willingness of victims of abuse to come forward to police.

We have warned previously about the risks of media investigations compromising a criminal investigation. When we initially launched our Operation Midland appeal, we specifically highlighted how a media organisation – the BBC in fact – had shown pictures of individuals to ‘Nick’ which could compromise the evidential chain should a case ever proceed to court.

We continue to be concerned about approaches to witnesses by all media, and that warning was reinforced by the Attorney General on Friday, 25 September.

The BBC was the first mainstream media outlet to broadcast an interview with ‘Nick’ containing allegations of homicide currently being investigated by Operation Midland. Since then, the BBC…

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One Response to Statement provided to BBC’s Panorama programme on allegations of child sexual abuse and homicide

  1. thirdeye47 says:

    Didn’t they attempt to do a number on bill Maloney? Ie panorama??

    Sent using CloudMagic Email [https://cloudmagic.com/k/d/mailapp?ct=ta&cv=7.4.9&pv=5.1.1&source=email_footer_2] On Wed, Oct 07, 2015 at 3:13 am, National Inquiry into Organised, Orchestrated & Historic Child Sexual Abuse wrote: Sabine Kurjo McNeill posted: ” “

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