Friday, 25 July 2014


All true ... I speak from personal experience, having recently had to be detained, perhaps, for my own protection having had a murder attempt made on my life, a matter, which I ensured, was listened in to live,
by relevant authorities.

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And those people, that tried murder me, if you're still alive, which I doubt; bye bye, we won't be seeing you, in hell ;)

Leon Brittan Update. Bill Maloney & Chris Fay.

"There was a cover-up to protect politicians' reputations following allegations of abuse at a children's home, it has been claimed.
Nigel Goldie, former assistant director of social services at Lambeth Council, said it appeared "high level decisions" were made not to explore allegations against public figures.
Mr Goldie told the BBC: "People were protecting one another."
The government is preparing an enquiry into historical abuse claims.
Lambeth Council said it would co-operate with the Home Office's reviews and police enquiries.
Speaking out
A former Labour councillor in Lambeth, Anna Tapsell, said she also thought allegations of child abuse had been covered up.
She said: "I think because some people become entrapped in knots not necessarily in abuse but in other forms of misconduct, including fraud, that then prevents them from speaking out when they suspect something."
Michael John Carroll ran the Angell Road children's home in Lambeth during the 1980s despite having been convicted of indecently assaulting a boy in the 1960s.
He was allowed to remain in his job at the home even after the council learned of his conviction.
He was later sentenced to 10 years for further abuses of children in 1999.
The police officer who began investigating allegations in Lambeth, Clive Driscoll, was taken off the case after he named political figures as potential suspects." Continues.

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