- 28 September 2016
- From the section Scotland politics
- PINNED PAGES
- MY DAUGHTERS STORY UPDATE 4
- CATHY FOXES GENIUS POST
- THE DOCHERTYS
- TO ROBERTS OLD BLOG
- THE FACTS AND THE FOI
- The increasingly curious case of Robert Green
- ROBERT GREEN IN HIS OWN WORDS
- HOLLIE GREIG - A SURVIVOR'S BATTLE FOR JUSTICE by Robert Green
- ROBERT GREEN IN HIS OWN WORDS ungagged
- THE FACTS AND WHY WE BELIEVE HOLLIE GREIG’S ALLEGATIONS
- ANNE GREIGS LETTER TO ALEC SALMOND
- TWO LETTERS
- AT 4.11 ALEC SALMOND SAYS HE WILL LOOK AT HOLLIES ...
- ROBERT GREENS BLOG ALL THE POSTS
- First Minister in missing records riddle over Holl...
- SRA AND HOLLIE GREIG BARRISTER AND CAMPAIGNER WILFRED WONG TALKS ABOUT SRA
- Aangirfan Friday, 30 October 2015 'CHILD ABUSE CO...
- HOLLIE GREIG BOMBSHELL SNP GOV THROW KENNY MACASKI...
- OLD BLOG
- ADMISSION OF GUILT
- INSURANCE COMPANYS FACE PEADOGEDDAN
- Kenny MacAskill questioned by Robert Green at Port...
- HOLLIE TELLS SHE WAS ABUSED NOW REMOVED BY P AND J...
- NAMED PERSON NONCE
- MUST READ This Is What Happens When You Report His...
- LEVY AND MACRAE THE WRIT
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HOLLIE GREIGS CASE WAS NEVER INVESTIGATED
IF THEY HAD BEEN INTERVIEWED ABOUT HOLLIES ABUSE.
THEY ALL ANSWERED NO!.
HOLLIE GREIG THE QUESTIONS
HOLLIE GREIG THE QUESTIONS
when a case of rape is reported, you, as representative of the Crown Office, do not believe it is necessary for the police to question the alleged perpetrators without delay;
when a case of rape is reported, you, as representative of the Crown Office, do not believe it is necessary for the police immediately to search the homes of those named for corroborative evidence;
when a case of rape is reported, you, as representative of the Crown Office, do not believe it is necessary to seize and examine the computers of those named at the earliest opportunity;
when allegations of rape are supported by evidence from well-respected medical and psychological experts who unanimously confirm not only that systematic abuse has taken place, but go so far as to name two of the most likely perpetrators, you, as representative of the Crown Office, believe it right to dismiss their testimony and allow those named to leave the country;
when a school doctor twice reports an under-age girl to be at risk, and that girl’s headmaster - one of those subsequently named as a serial rapist - consistently fails to alert the child’s mother or to take any steps to protect her, you, as representative of the Crown Office, believe this to be the normal behaviour of a responsible, and guiltless, person;
when a case of rape is reported by a girl with speech difficulties, you, as representative of the Crown Office, do not believe it is necessary to supply her with support during police interviews, but are happy to use her handicap, in this respect, to discredit her spoken evidence;
when a case of repeated multiple gang rape over many years is reported by a young girl who also names seven fellow victims, you, as representative of the Crown Office, do not believe that, in view of the Scottish law regarding corroboration, it is absolutely essential that the police question those she has named immediately.
When an acknowledged victim of rape receives a substantial award from the Criminal Injuries Compensation Authority, you, as representative of the Crown Office, feel justified in continuing to maintain that the allegations on which this award was based were fully investigated and found to be false.
THE FACTS CONT
Wednesday, 28 September 2016
Former resident at children's home says abuse was ignored for decades
Darren Furness says he was a victim of abuse while at St William’s Care Home in 1985 and 1986 and has spent the last 30 years trying to hold those responsible to account.
The 48-year-old is trying to collect 100,000 signatures to have the matter debated in Parliament and has set up stall outside the former BHS store, in Coney Street, to try and add to the 79,000 signatures he says he has collected since June.
A former chaplain and ex-principal were jailed in January for abusing boys at the former home, between 1970 and 1991, however, Mr Furness wants to know why the abuse was ignored for decades.
He said: “I want to know why it was allowed to happen for years until anyone acted on it. There is a public inquiry into child sex abuse but not into St William’s.
“To stop this happening again we have got to look into the biggest case ever. I want everyone to have some closure because this can’t be allowed to go on. Enough is enough after 30 years of fighting this. They need to know that I will not go away until I get the answers I deserve.”
Former chaplain Anthony McCallen, of Stockton-on-Tees, was convicted in December 2015 of 11 charges including a serious sexual offence, but was acquitted of eight others. Ex-principal James Carragher, of Cearns Road, Merseyside, was jailed for nine years after he was found guilty of 21 indecent assaults and three serious sex offences. He was cleared of a further 30 charges.
The inquiry into child sex abuse in England and Wales was set up to investigate allegations made against local authorities, religious organisations, the armed forces and public and private institutions, as well as people in the public eye.
Youth worker faces jail after swapping child abuse images with online perverts
The 24-year-old told police officers “I’ve never done anything – I work with children” when they raided his home in November last year.
An investigation into the contents of his smartphone and laptop, however, unmasked horrifying conversations with online perverts.
In one conversation another depraved paedophile commiserated with Lynch as he told him he could have watched him abusing a young child had he been online.
Lynch asked for details of how the man had abused the child and replied “wow”.
Forensic examination of his computer saw officers recover six indecent images from Skype and conversation logs which included discussions about abusing children.
Lynch, now of Calder Grove in Edinburgh, pleaded guilty on indictment to charges of downloading child abuse images between March 17 and November 17 last year and distributing them on March 23 last year at an address in Dundee’s Portpatrick Terrace.
Sheriff Alastair Carmichael deferred sentence until next month for social work reports.
He released Lynch on bail, placing him on the sex offenders register ahead of sentencing.
New claim made against Scots police corruption unit
And he said one new criminal complaint recorded in the past three months was currently being investigated.
Files on the other cases are closed.
Mr Gormley said the newest complaint, including an allegation of attempting to pervert the course of justice and 11 non-criminal allegations, is "currently the subject of investigation".
The chief constable has previously called in Durham Constabulary to review complaints made against the unit, and Holyrood's justice committee has also been investigating the squad.
MSPs started looking into the unit after it emerged officers had broken spying guidelines while investigating a journalist's sources over stories involving a murder case.
HM Inspector of Constabulary in Scotland Derek Penman said the squad was "below standard", making dozens of recommendations for improvement, while a judicial tribunal found it had acted "unlawfully".
Mr Gormley wrote to the committee detailing complaints against the unit between April 2009 and July 2016, with 25 complaints totalling 108 allegations listed.
Over that period there have been criminal allegations against officers relating to the data protection act and attempting to pervert the course of justice. Many of these relate to the "legacy" regional forces, prior to Police Scotland being set up.
The data protection claims were reported to the Crown Office, but no proceedings were initiated by prosecutors.
A number of misconduct allegations were also made against members of the team, including neglect of duty, wilful or careless falsehood and discreditable conduct. These resulted in "corrective advice" being given on a number of occasions, while "management action" was taken against officers in two cases, among the lowest-level sanctions available to the force.
Green MSP John Finnie, a former policeman and member of the committee, said he was "surprised" at the low levels of disciplinary action imposed in many cases.
He said: "These are by their nature serious matters, in a unit which should be the very essence of propriety."
'Misjudgement' blamedA series of investigations have been conducted into the actions of the counter-corruption unit.
The Interception of Communications Commissioner ruled in November 2015 that their actions while attempting to find the source of a newspaper story about the investigation into the murder of Emma Caldwell "could properly be seen as reckless".
An Investigatory Powers Tribunal later ruled that one former officer whose communications were intercepted as part of the probe should be paid £10,000 in compensation.
Then-Deputy Chief Constable Neil Richardson told Holyrood's justice committee that rules had been broken due to a "misjudgement" by an experienced officer.
Mr Penman's review said information-handling processes at the unit were "significantly different from national standards for source and information evaluation, and fell below the standards I would have expected".
MSPs were also informed that a disc containing CCTV evidence deemed important to the case was missing for some time, before it was eventually found in an officer's locker.
Mr Gormley subsequently called in Durham Constabulary to investigate "matters arising from a breach of communications data protocols".
I can tell you what you will (currently) find nowhere else. That he attended an HNC Video Production at Stevenston College and was sacked from his job as a technician at St Margaret's Academy because he was considered a possible threat to young girls... That he masqueraded as a broadcast cameraman for several years in the late 90s... And ever-since has been 'on the radar' as a fucking nonce...
About ten days ago I summoned the police to our Kirknewton premises. Why? One of the characters I have 'on the radar' turned up at the door. - A grotesque little creep who has been known to stalk various forums looking for a "Chinese girlfriend" and elsewise creeping people out... And, it has to be noted, making up various fairy stories about various folk he's targeted. I'm aware for instance about his vicious lies surrounding the daughter of an Edinburgh restaurant owner; who. And that he's 'stalked' several others too. I understand he's not just on my radar now... Oh! his sectioning will be over soon enough, but he'll be watched. - Contrary to what some would like you to believe, there ARE good Police Officers out there.
YEP THERE SURE ARE , TOLD US A LOT :)
I do know someone who has Davidson firmly ‘on his radar’, and has an established well-respected contact in (Northern) Thailand. Whether that’s where she is actually holed up or not I couldn’t say. But yes, she was certainly involved in ‘boiler plate’ scams and was firmly linked to Paul Slack & George Abrue for instance. But she’s on her last legs for sure; she should have stuck to knocking out ‘half-inched’ carriage clocks and designer handbags. Tara’s main problem is her big gob, bit like her mate APD. – In fact it’s just been suggested to me that kind of low-level, low-life, petty scammer might be her only available market now. That and/or drugs – which was an old fallback of hers when she bailed from London to Bangor.
WE HAVE EVIDENCE THIS SORT OF DEVICE WAS USED AT A HOLLIE GATHERING
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Angelina Jolie Admits To Illuminati Sacrifice In Leaked Video
He boarded at sleepy Haddenham & Thame Parkway station in Buckinghamshire without a ticket.
He was accused of cheating Chiltern Railways out of more than £23,000 which would have made him the biggest fare dodger.
Dr Barnett, who worked for a think-tank, was spared jail after his lawyer Angus Bunyan said the actual loss was £5,892.70.
After the conviction, his dismissal by the Bar Standards Board this week became inevitable.
The BBC understands more than one complaint has been made against him.
Mr Emmerson said he was "unable" to comment at this time.
The inquiry said press suggestions Mr Emmerson was considering resigning after raising disagreements over its future direction were untrue.
In a statement, it said: "They are not a matter on which he has advised the chair or panel."
The inquiry was set up in 2014 to examine whether public bodies including the police have failed in their duty to protect children from sexual abuse. It will also examine claims of abuse involving "well-known people".
The Times had reported that Mr Emmerson had wanted to reduce the inquiry's workload, but its recently-appointed chairwoman, Professor Alexis Jay, and Home Secretary Amber Rudd both said its scope would not be changed.
Four chairwomenMr Emmerson, who represented the widow of Alexander Litvinenko at the inquiry into the Russian dissident's death from radiation poisoning, is a deputy High Court judge, a visiting professor of human rights law at Oxford University and a leading international lawyer.
A spokeswoman for the home secretary said Mr Emmerson's suspension was a matter for the inquiry.
She added: "Our commitment to this inquiry is undiminished. We owe it to victims and survivors to confront the appalling reality of how children were let down by the very people who were charged to protect them and to learn from the mistakes of the past."
She confirmed the inquiry's terms of reference, which are set by the home secretary in consultation with the inquiry chairwoman, would not be changed.
The inquiry has been beset by a series of problems since it was originally announced by then Home Secretary Theresa May.
Prof Jay is the fourth person appointed to lead the investigation.
She was appointed after its third chairwoman, New Zealand judge Justice Lowell Goddard, resigned in August this year, citing the "magnitude" of the inquiry and the "legacy of failure" from its beginnings.
An attempt to start the inquiry in 2014 was abandoned after two proposed chairwomen resigned.
Baroness Butler-Sloss, stood down after just a week in July 2014, saying she was "not the right person" for the job. MPs and victims had raised concerns about her appointment because her brother, Sir Michael Havers, was attorney general at the time of some of the allegations being investigated.
Her replacement Dame Fiona Woolf resigned following questions over her links to establishment figures.
Europol report reveals rise in child sex abuse online
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- From the section Europe
With millions of children online, access to them was "higher than ever".
Cybercrime reporting in Europe had surpassed traditional crimes, it said.
Europol called the ability for child sex offenders to communicate, store and share materials and hunt for new victims online "one of the internet's most damaging and abhorrent aspects".
It said they were targeting social networks, online games and forums used mainly by children - and then encouraging a groomed child to continue communication on encrypted platforms that allow the sharing of chat, video and photos.
Live streaming is also "a growing threat", the report says, "facilitated by end-to-end encrypted platforms where not even the service providers can access what is being shared among their users".
"Traditionally the victims of live distant child abuse were based in South-East Asia, in particular the Philippines. More recent reports indicate that it is now spreading to other countries," the report says.
"Regions of the world with high levels of poverty, limited domestic child protection measures and easy access to children are being targeted by offenders..."
The report says that as well as educating children, parents and carers about staying safe on the internet, law enforcement must invest "human and IT resources to improve the opportunities for victims to be identified".
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Tuesday, 27 September 2016
MP Keith Vaz faces sleaze inquiry after rent boy scandal
GOT ANY MORE?Keith Vaz's wife outed as owner of luxury beach house, bringing family's portfolio to a whopping £4.4m
VAZ PIMP AID PROBEPolice investigating claims Keith Vaz threatened council worker who tried to evict a rent boy pimp
'HE ONLY HAS HIMSELF TO BLAME'Male escorts break their silence over Keith Vaz scandal branding him 'an actor and a liar'
THE SUN ON SUNDAY SAYSAs the stench around Keith Vaz grows, how can we have any faith in Parliament cleaning up its act?
THE WEEK VAZELINE BECAME UNSTUCKAfter seven days of hell, the worst may be yet to come for rent-boy scandal MP Keith Vaz
The watchdog will also rule on whether the former Labour Minister’s behaviour caused “significant damage” to the reputation of Parliament.
However, the Standards Commissioner’s inquiry has been suspended until the outcome of a police probe of the sordid affair.
The Commons investigation was prompted by a complaint by fellow MP Andrew Bridgen who “welcomed this announcement.”
But the Tory added: “What I really believe we need to get to the bottom of this is a full police inquiry.”