If you are of a squeamish disposition, best you push off now. Come back another day. Not all of us can live in a fluffy dream with a happy ending, some are chosen to face reality.
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You have to love Twitter. ‘Tis s truly wondrous playground; twixt the indiscrete selfies, the pussies displayed in adventurous poses, (calm down at the back, the catz, the catz…..) the hysterical hair-pulling and insult brandishing mutuallyContinue reading →
Down on the border withContinue reading →
Basil Wainwright! I struggled to even retrieveContinue reading →
One of the more curious aspects of the silence maintained by the vociferous voices we now hear shouting about Governmental inactivity and suppression of ‘facts’ to the detriment of ‘vulnerable victims’, is the preponderance of them that appearContinue reading →
You might imagine that the ‘product’ was doing something right – it was once, butContinue reading →
The Trust and beneficiaries came into conflict with Natwest in its role as executor and personal representative of the Savile. In particular the Trust – which was named in the will as the residual beneficiary ofContinue reading →
Mr Justice Scales judgment in the case brought by the ‘Savile’ charities against the National Westminster Bank has just been published.
Of particular note is the following sentence:
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The new breed of righteous ‘paedophile hunters’ are not a tribe exclusive to the UK. I suspect they were introduced to the native population like grey squirrels – possibly from Australia, where they are even moreContinue reading →
Just let your imagination run wild for a moment or two. Imagine that demonstrations against the government in Britain had turned into a riot. Cars were set on fire in the streets. Young lads in balaclavasContinue reading →
In the autumn of last year, a memo was leaked to The Times newspaper, written by the RSPCA’s deputy chairman, Paul Draycott, which discussed the charity’s aims for ‘ten years hence’. It reminded me of theContinue reading →
Back from my hols, and fully refreshed, so it is back to work.
A lot has happened over the past week, and I have been busy researching in England. LetContinue reading →
‘Reflections on Savile at Duncroft’
Edinburgh ESRC Project
Securing a data set on allegations of sexual abuse made against
the former disc jockey, Jimmy Savile
This project aims to secure data thatContinue reading →
I wasn’t intending to post today, but I cannot resist it now. ‘Duncan Disorderly’ has spotted such a corker of a row going on in Paedomaggedon land.
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We have been witnessing a modern morality play. A danse macabre where ‘God’s messenger’ is endlessly represented by a later-life, and unfortunate, image of the charity fund raiser and disc jockey Jimmy Savile looking like the geneticContinue reading →
I agree absolutely! We have a judicial system that offers no more restitution to the victim of sexual abuse than the spectacle of punishment for theContinue reading →
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End of the world predictions are always fun – especially the day after. Who can forget the ‘Rapture’ predicted by Harold Camping in 2011? The rapture appeared mostly on Camping’s face as he contemplated theContinue reading →
The Lord High Chancellor of Great Britain knows a thing or two about the law. Whilst other Minster’s were gaily ‘troughing’ to the fury of tax payers forced to fund their excesses, he managedContinue reading →
My little troll who pops up from time to time to ask whether ‘I am dead yet’ has reminded me that I still have aContinue reading →
For Mrs Griffin.
That’s Mrs Griffin, proudly sporting her diamond engagement ring and wedding band, back in 1986. Proud of her husband.
She used to live in a beautiful farm inContinue reading →
The rolling stock on the Yewtree branch line hits the buffers again. Dave Lee Travis found not guilty on 12 of the 14 charges in respect of the 11 women – including a 15 year old girl (mustn’tContinue reading →