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The culture that ‘victims’ must be believed

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I think we SHOULD believe victims. If they have been dishonest, then they should be charged and punished severely. And they should be named and shamed. The suspects in such cases, should not be named. Such damage has been done to innocent men, one could consider the crime of false blaming, as serious as murder. 

Operation Midland was launched after claims that boys had been sexually abused by a group of powerful men from politics, the military and law enforcement agencies at locations across southern England and in London in the 1970s and 1980s.

It cost £2.5m, but closed in March without a single arrest or charge.


Lord Bramall and Mr Proctor were accused of the gravest of crimes and then left in a state of limbo while Nick was contacted on a regular basis and given “chapter and verse” on the progress of the investigation, he added.

Nick was the victim – and a false accuser at that.

Nick might be charged with perverting the cause of justice – but I think murder would be a better charge. But that’s just my opinion.

Numerous errors were made in Scotland Yard’s investigation into paedophile allegations against VIPs, an independent review has found.


Author: Elizabeth

I'm someone also pounding the Path, just like you.. I'm retired, going into Old Age and loving my life. I'm hoping to remain happy and well for as long as possible. Old Age is not SO bad - yet!

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