With all the furore of the latest revelations of paedophilia galvanising the common people into calling a hunt that must now be carried to it's fullest extent to weed out as many perpetrators as possible. What better time than for those of the Tapa 7's who are guilty if only by silence to tell the world what really went on in the Ocean Club five and a half years ago. If they have been intimidated in the past or felt scared of their own safety today would be a good climate to confess in. Any claims would much less likely to be covered up with the new sort of bravado that some prominent individuals and some of the media are showing. Protection would be offered and arrests would be made. Justice would now have to be seen to be done. There are less pillars for the guilty to hide behind and no doubt proper investigation into the Jersey home, the Scottish Legal system, the No.10 connection, Madeleines Mystery, plus many more cases some which will cause more pillars to crumble. It's going to get messy for a lot of high profilers and commoners alike and so much harder for them to hide. It would be a good time for any of the T7 group to come clean. Better fessing up now than maybe being caught up in the drive that will sweep across Britain in an attempt to cleanse society from paedohile behaviour. Guilty if only by silence is still guilty.