This Times article echoes my experience as a hounded whistleblower: after having been on Police Bail since 04 August 2015, despite having been acquitted with “No Case to Answer”, I alerted all members of the Home Affairs and the Petitions Committee:
But even though Theresa May had announced a 28-day limit in December 2014, Ministers got the College of Policing to respond via the BBC:
It took me some time to come to the realisation and collect the evidence that Police repeat in the UK what was established in New South Wales in Australia in 1997: Police is the source and ‘management’ of
- Corruption, Paedophilia and Satanic Ritual Abuse – as reported by a Royal Commission in 1997.
The recent article in The Times echoes ‘institutional side taking’ of abusers rather than victims.
“We are so punitive”, Baroness Kennedy QC said at a recent event about Women in Prison questioning whether the justice system is ‘fit for purpose’.
Why so punitive? Is it the culture of elite boarding schools?
Chosen is a film that won a BAFTA award for its three stories of adult men coping with their memories and attempts of getting heard – as boys by parents and teachers – as adults by judges…
In the Times article, Sir Richard Henriques reviews Scotland Yard’s into a VIP paedophile ring and confirms the culture of secrecy and cover-ups that leads to the stitch-ups of whistleblowers. I am FAR from alone!
But: I am also told that there are many who did NOT join the force to protect child abuse and child abusers!
The article says:
“Some of these recommendations call for a fundamentally different approach and may reach beyond the investigation of non-recent child sexual abuse, with implications for the recording and investigation of all crimes reported to the police.”
I do concur from personal experience!!!
A comment says:
If the police stamped out the endemic cover up culture, which stops them learning from their mistakes, the public, victims and others would have much more trust. A start, would be a change of culture at the IPCC, which condones this lack of integrity.