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Posts Tagged ‘ child protection industry ’

Criticism of Ovenden sentence by charities undermines child protection

Criticism of Ovenden sentence by charities undermines child protection

The Graham Ovenden case – recently concluded with Mr Ovenden walking free from court with a suspended sentence – has thrown into sharp relief the contempt shared by child abuse charities  when decisions in sensitive court cases do not go their way. TheOpinionSite.org believes that such criticisms of the judge’s decision from representatives of many so-called…

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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 invitations to ‘victims’ encouraging false allegations

Police invitations to ‘victims’ encouraging false allegations

Police officers making statements related to sex abuse cases have been told to always include a reference to “brave victims” and to always invite other “victims” to come forward with more allegations, safe in the knowledge that they will be assumed to be telling the truth, even though they may well have other motives. The…

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Are the British really a nation of sex offenders?

Are the British really a nation of sex offenders?

After the report into the apparent sexual offending of Jimmy Savile, the Director of Public Prosecutions, Kier Starmer, has effectively announced that the prosecution of those accused of sexual offences against children is to be made even easier by further lowering the bar – or ’level of proof’ – required before police can be authorised…

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NSPCC maintain abuse hysteria as donations fall

NSPCC maintain abuse hysteria as donations fall

After cashing in on increased claims of ‘historic’ abuse, many resulting from the publicity surrounding Jimmy Savile and others, the NSPCC is now trying to scare everyone over ‘present day abuse’; the decision of the prime minister not to support the automatic blocking of Internet porn sites has also come under fire from what appears…

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Cameron frightened of questioning alleged abuse claims

Cameron frightened of questioning alleged abuse claims

When David Cameron was handed a list of supposed paedophiles on breakfast television a few days ago, he certainly appeared to be rattled and some observers might suggest the prime minister looked positively frightened – and so he might; not least because Cameron has, like all politicians except the greatly missed Claire Curtis Thomas, been…

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After Savile, every British man should worry about his past

After Savile, every British man should worry about his past

As the Jimmy Savile affair rumbles on, the question of whether so called “historic” offences should be subject to some form of Statute of Limitation has again been raised, not just because police, the CPS, courts and politicians seem to be applying today’s modern thinking to life as it was 40 years ago but also…

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Savile affair: Questions over historic abuse, charities and profiteering ‘experts’

Savile affair: Questions over historic abuse, charities and profiteering ‘experts’

The current madness surrounding the late Jimmy Savile is likely to be very profitable indeed for some involved in the law, child protection and the press; alleged ‘victims’ may also benefit – though one should remember that it is yet to be proved that there are actually any in the first place. Despite the very…

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NSPCC and protection charities receive £21 million from National Lottery players

NSPCC and protection charities receive £21 million from National Lottery players

TheOpinionSite.org can reveal that so far this year, 235 grants from the National Lottery have been made to charities dealing with public protection and sexual abuse to a total value of £21,307,631. Individual grants range from as little as £3,000 to several million, the larger grants sometimes being split between different sections of the same…

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Chief Inspector of Prisons fears for children held behind bars

Chief Inspector of Prisons fears for children held behind bars

The Chief Inspector of Prisons, Nick Hardwick has expressed fears for the wellbeing of some 16 and 17 year old boys held in custody. While the present and previous governments, together with child protection charities hypocritically call for greater protection of children, they also demand longer sentences and tougher release conditions for such ‘vulnerable’ children…

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