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VIP Paedophile Ring: BBC Panorama should be congratulated, not criticised

Child sexual abuse accusers should be scrutinised as closely as the accused The BBC’s Panorama programme investigating Operation Midland, the Metropolitan Police Service (MPS) inquiry into an alleged VIP paedophile ring, has finally been broadcast; albeit, after a 6 month delay and much internal fighting between the Panorama team and the self-confessed ‘pro-victim’ BBC Newsroom.…

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Cameron panicked into populist politics after UKIP success

After last week’s elections and the success of Nigel Farage’s UKIP, the three main party leaders and numerous MPs are now panicking. David Cameron has been advised he must revert to ‘populist politics’ and follow the example of Tony Blair if he wants any chance of winning next year’s general election. The success of UKIP…

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Cinderella Law dangerous State intrusion into families

Cinderella Law dangerous State intrusion into families

The latest insane proposal to come out of the Westminster asylum, introducing a criminal offence of ‘emotional abuse’ or a ‘Cinderella Law’, is politically correct, feminist driven idiocy designed to further the ambitions – and the profits – of ambitious politicians and protection charities. The UK already has more child protection laws, more child protection…

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Police corruption driven by CPS and ministers

Police corruption driven by CPS and ministers

Recent revelations regarding the murder 20 years ago of Stephen Lawrence have demonstrated further police corruption at the highest level, adding to the long list of dishonest activities by police officers who are supposedly there to uphold the law. However, the reason for so much police corruption can be laid directly at the door of…

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CPS and police remain silent after man cleared of historic abuse

CPS and police remain silent after man cleared of historic abuse

Police and Crown Prosecution Service officials declined the opportunity to make their customary statement from the steps of Liverpool Crown Court after a man had been cleared of 40 year old allegations of historic abuse against children and after he had been extradited from Canada; the only evidence against him was the accounts of the…

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Can the Police be Trusted? Probably not

Can the Police be Trusted? Probably not

Recent events such as Hillsborough, the death of Ian Tomlinson and the now infamous Plebgate affair involving the former cabinet minister, Andrew Mitchell have caused the British public to question whether or not police officers can be trusted. TheOpinionSite.org has to join those who are now asking, “Can the British police be trusted ever again?”…

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Police fail to condemn anti-paedophile vigilantes despite victim suicide

Police fail to condemn anti-paedophile vigilantes despite victim suicide

Leicestershire police have refused to condemn an anti-paedophile vigilante group that calls itself ‘Letzgo Hunting’, despite the fact that a victim of the group who had not even been charged by police later committed suicide. It is believed that the man who hanged himself could have been driven to suicide by the potential stigma of…

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False abuse allegations may increase after new guidelines

False abuse allegations may increase after new guidelines

The recent acquittal of former news tycoon Eddie Shah, after being found not guilty of raping a 12 year old girl years ago, demonstrates clearly that despite the bleating of NAPAC, the NSPCC and other so-called ‘charities’, complainants of ‘historic’ abuse do not always tell the truth. Despite new guidelines given to the police and…

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DPP sides with campaign groups over suspect anonymity

DPP sides with campaign groups over suspect anonymity

TheOpinionSite.org is saddened to report that the Director of Public Prosecutions, Kier Starmer QC, appears to have sided with protection charities and women’s lobby groups over the issue of anonymity for suspects arrested but not charged. Keir Starmer delivered a keynote speech recently in which he stated that he wanted cases that had not been…

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Police fail to apprehend anti-paedophile vigilantes

Police fail to apprehend anti-paedophile vigilantes

British police are failing to arrest and investigate a so called ‘anti-paedophile’ vigilante group, despite one group spokesman admitting on BBC Radio that his organisation is knowingly acting “outside of the law”. The group – whose name we will not publish as we do not believe it deserves publicity on TheOpinionSite.org – admits trapping potential…

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