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October, 2015

  • 21 October

    To HASC – questions to ask to stop child abuse being exploited for party-political gain 

    This article was originally published at Desiring Progress – Ian Pace asks some important questions which need answering. Please take the time to read through the article. This afternoon (Wednesday October 21st, 2015), the Home Affairs Select Committee (HASC) will be taking evidence relating to allegations and investigations into the abuse of children committed by VIPs (and in at least one case, …

  • 7 October

    Analysis: why I turned down Panorama’s interview request – Exaro’s Editor-in-chief

    This is how I responded to a request by BBC1’s Panorama for an interview with me for its programme on the ‘Westminster paedophile network’ I often appear on  television and radio in the UK and abroad to talk about – and face questions about – Exaro’s work. I start from the default position of agreeing to such requests. I turn …

  • 5 October

    VIP Historic Child Abuse Victims become the Guilty as Establishment turn the tables

    Over the last few weeks we have seen how the Establishment intend to deal with their Historic Child Abusing, we see the media’s headlines change from targeting the accused to targeting the victims. ‘Grave doubts’ emerge over key witness’s claim that he saw boys murdered.Senior figures in the separate judge-led public inquiry into historic child sex abuse and in the …

  • 2 October

    Single Mother Sentenced to 3 Years in Prison for Stabbing a Paedophile to Death

    Sarah Sands, a single mother of five from East London, has been sentenced to three-and-a-half years in prison for stabbing a convicted paedophile to death. The jury of ten women and two men deliberated for three days before clearing Sands of murder and convicting her of the manslaughter of Michael Pleasted, by reason of “loss of control.” Within weeks of …

September, 2015

  • 22 September

    ‘I’m a paedophile, but not a monster’ : The normalisation of Paedophilia

    Over the last few years there has been an increasing number of articles discussing paedophilia as an illness, or a  condition. It’s a very difficult subject to tackle, we naturally feel revolted by anyone having sexual desires over our Children, it’s a normal human response – However should a non-active paedophile be condemned and placed on the sidelines of society? What worries …

  • 20 September

    Police cover-up involving paedophile Sidney Cooke’s murder victims investigated

    The unsolved murders of nine young boys thought to be linked to evil paedophile Sidney Cooke are to be investigated amid claims of a police cover-up in the 1980s. Cooke, 88, a former fairground worker, became one of the country’s most reviled paedophiles after it was revealed he was a leading member of a child sex abuse ring based in …

  • 19 September

    Nick: Victim or fantasist? Rape. Torture. Murders.

    A special investigation looks into what is known about ‘Nick’, his connections to new deputy Labour leader Tom Watson, and suspicions about his VIP Westminster paedophile claims. Sometime last year, a well-spoken, middle-aged man, identified only as ‘Nick’, was interviewed by detectives from Scotland Yard. He was questioned on three separate occasions to begin with. His video-taped testimony would eventually …

  • 18 September

    Gordon Anglesea Trial Date and Delay

    It was reported in early August 2015 that Gordon Anglesea’s trial had been arranged for  September. However the shock to most people was that it was not September 2015 but the provisional trial date was fixed for September 5, 2016. [1] Many people are asking questions along the lines  “Why is a trial in which the defendant is a 78 …

  • 13 September

    Analysis: Why Police Continue to Investigate Claims by ‘Nick’

    ‘Why did detectives publicly say that they regarded a key witness’s extraordinary account of child sex abuse as “credible”? This is what I am most frequently asked about the Metropolitan Police Service’s ‘Operation Midland’ coming slightly ahead of questions that are in essence: who are your confidential sources.’

  • 12 September

    Clive Driscoll – “In Pursuit of the Truth”

    By Cathy Fox Clive Driscoll had earned for himself a reputation for being able to fix difficult situations after his success in re-establishing policing in Brixton after the riots. He had also set up the first domestic violence unit in the country. Clive had just been made into a Detective Chief Inspector (DCI) when he was asked by Gordon Briggs, …