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Rolf Harris Trial starts Today

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Post by Dont Make Me Laff on 30.06.14 18:30

I just think it is really sad that the celebs who a lot of us grew up with, were in awe of and admired; have turned out to be depraved individuals.


The LAW/JUSTICE has finally caught up with these beings.


One can only hope that society is now experiencing a SHOW & TELL situation and hopefully the Mc's will have their day in court: Defending their dishonour when the Jury returns a GUILTY ON ALL CHARGES verdict.


Or that one or other (K/G) cracks and confesses!!!


I certainly hope I am still alive to see that day

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Post by Dont Make Me Laff on 30.06.14 18:41

POM is what the Aussies called a person who entered their territory
POM - Prisoner Of Motherland

Maybe UK should send Rolf back to Oz as a POM?????

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Post by sar on 30.06.14 19:11

oh yeah, just reminded on c4 news, which nasty f**ker of a judge conspired to keep this out of the public by issuing an injunction / superinjunction.   Evil see you next tuesdays, monsters who were complicit in this sat in comfort in a bbc studio.

MWT on c4, crops up like a bad smell, always claiming credit.   Strange how he always seems to be there to report on it??

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Post by PeterMac on 30.06.14 19:12

@Dont Make Me Laff wrote:POM is what the Aussies called a person who entered their territory
POM - Prisoner Of Motherland
Maybe UK should send Rolf back to Oz as a POM?????
And :Limeys" the British sailors who had a ration of lime juice to prevent scurvy

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Post by Dont Make Me Laff on 30.06.14 19:17

prevent scurvy

??

There is an anagram there?

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Post by Guest on 30.06.14 19:25

I don't think so. Oranges and Limes [Vit.C] were really to prevent scurvy on long journeys. But Peter can answer that better ...

As for MWT: I agree - bad smell ... something very wrong there. And his reported history as detective, child protector, you name it, hasn't surfaced yet ... IMO, of course.

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Post by Dont Make Me Laff on 30.06.14 19:56

ok thanks

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Post by sar on 30.06.14 20:47

perhaps "a good day to bury bad news"?  Cherry Groce "victim of an operation which was unreasonable"  how long did that take to work out?  I was in short trousers when this was "news"  you may have guessed but I am sick of this nonsense going on and being covered up by the government of the day and us being treated like fools.

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Post by Guest on 30.06.14 22:23

Pretty much on all the front pages.  Here is just one of them..........



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Post by Ochosi on 30.06.14 22:40

I always thought it was POME and stood for Product Of Mother England - which makes more sense to me that Australians would refer to the English as such.

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Post by Guest on 01.07.14 0:44

Rolf Harris 'visited Broadmoor hospital with Jimmy Savile'


Alison Pink, who alleges Jimmy Savile abused her at Broadmoor, recalls how the pair suddenly turned up on a women’s ward as patients were getting changed

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/uknews/crime/10937143/Rolf-Harris-visited-Broadmoor-hospital-with-Jimmy-Savile.html

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Post by Doug D on 01.07.14 5:59

POHM = Prisoner of Her Majesty
 
Urban Dictionary:
 
pohm
The correct way to say Pom or pomme or pommy...both of which the Australians use to describe english people. Which is entirely inaccurate in itself because POHm means prisoner of her majesty and we all know that originally the aussies were the convicts britain didnt want any more. So its rather an ironic word for them to use...pohm is what we should be calling them, but we are far too cultured for that so they may remain those aussie bastards :D
 
http://www.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=pohm

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Post by sar on 01.07.14 6:24

savile close to HRH
harris close to HRH

and no one knew anything, again!!!!

ER on telly again, claiming to know nothing.

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Post by PeterMac on 01.07.14 8:00

Savile was figurehead in Children's Charities
Harris was a figurehead for anti-paedophile video
Kate is a figurehead for Missing Children Charity

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Leveson helped Harris

Post by PeterMac on 01.07.14 8:12

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/uknews/crime/10936879/Chilling-effect-of-Leveson-Inquiry-benefited-Rolf-Harris.html
By John Bingham
30 Jun 2014
Rolf Harris benefited from the so-called “chilling effect” on media reporting of the Leveson Inquiry, by enjoying five months of anonymity while under suspicion of sexual abuse.
The 84-year-old continued his career after first being questioned and even hosted “An Evening With Rolf Harris” at the Royal Festival hall in London, an event advertised as “the perfect treat for all the family”.
His “Rolf's Animal Clinic” programme was also given a Christmas special while he was under suspicion. Meanwhile in Nottingham a children’s play was staged inspired by his songs and entitled “Two little Boys”.
Harris was first questioned by police on November 29, 2012, the same day as the long-awaited report on press standards triggered by the phone hacking revelations was published.
His name was widely circulated within hours of the decision to interview him under caution.
But the following morning’s newspapers carried only short items reporting that an unnamed television presenter in his 80s had been questioned.
When he was formally arrested four months later, again his name remained out of the mainstream media, despite being circulated on blogs and elsewhere online.
It was not until April 2013 that his name become known to the wider public when The Sun carried the disclosure on its front page.
It followed a speech to an NSPCC conference by a senior former detective who noted that in there was one profile celebrity under investigation who had not been identified by the media “for whatever reason”.
Yet following the disclosure, other victims came forward. After his conviction the NSPCC have acknowledged the importance of media reporting in bringing sexual abusers to justice.
Peter Watt, director of national services at the charity, said: “Naming suspects should be considered by the police on a case-by-case basis.
“But if a suspect’s name is not known the case against them may collapse through lack of witnesses, potentially putting children at risk of harm.”

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Post by Hicks on 01.07.14 8:14

Speaking about Rolf Harris Ester Rantzen comes out to say, ' he was a friend....I thought I knew him, but he fooled me like he fooled the nation'. Umm........seem to remember her saying the same kind of thing about her friend Jimmy Savile.

Now what's that saying Ester ...... fool me once shame on you. Fool me twice shame on me!

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Post by plebgate on 01.07.14 8:39

Sick predators, hiding in plain sight.   How many more, not just these two, can't be imo.

He even got to paint the Queen, which I thought looked very amateurish.   He was very lucky to get that gig I think.

He made me feel ill the loving way he helped his ill looking wife out of the taxi when he turned up at court.   Such a caring man, but didn't appear to care about his family whilst he was abusing.   There again why would he, he thought he was safe for life as was Saville and Smith.

Disgusting abuse of power.

Disgusting fiends.   I read a report that Saville even removed a glass eye from a dead person and had it made into a ring.   Don't know if that is true but it certainly would not surprise me.   Absolutely sick to their putrid guts.

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Post by PeterMac on 01.07.14 9:07

@Hicks wrote:Speaking about Rolf Harris Ester Rantzen comes out to say, ' he was a friend....I thought I knew him, but he fooled me like he fooled the nation'. Umm........seem to remember her saying the same kind of thing about her friend Jimmy Savile.
Now what's that saying Ester ...... fool me once shame on you. Fool me twice shame on me!

And there is, or was, the completely unworthy suggestion that Rantzen's Childline Charity was set up to 'filter' out allegations against certain people . . .

Couldn't be true, could it ?

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Post by Hicks on 01.07.14 11:17

@PeterMac wrote:
@Hicks wrote:Speaking about Rolf Harris Ester Rantzen comes out to say, ' he was a friend....I thought I knew him, but he fooled me like he fooled the nation'. Umm........seem to remember her saying the same kind of thing about her friend Jimmy Savile.
Now what's that saying Ester ...... fool me once shame on you. Fool me twice shame on me!

And there is, or was, the completely unworthy suggestion that Rantzen's Childline Charity was set up to 'filter' out allegations against certain people . . .

Couldn't be true, could it ?
I don't know if it's a female thing, but I always watch the eyes intently when listening to people, especially people who purport to be clueless about other people, or situations around them, that are connected with bad things. Today I saw the same look in ER eyes that I have seen before, in two other people who, funnily enough, purport also to be clueless about another certain situation. Weird!

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Post by Guest on 01.07.14 11:41

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Post by Guest on 01.07.14 12:00

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/uknews/crime/10936837/Rolf-Harris-daughter-said-inheriting-his-11-million-would-be-like-winning-the-lottery.html

It certainly sounds like another case of someone's public image being very different to their private persona.

I wonder if his daughter's continuous support in court was due to fears of being disinherited if she didn't.

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Post by sallypelt on 01.07.14 13:00

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His supporters

Post by PeterMac on 01.07.14 14:19

snipped from DM article.
More revealing still were the people chosen to represent him:
two apparatchiks from PR company Bell Pottinger (previous clients: Alexander Lukashenko, dictator of Belarus, Asma al-Assad, wife of the president of Syria, and the repressive governments of Bahrain and Egypt) were in court throughout to 'liaise with the media' and ensure that their client was not mobbed outside — hence the presence of three private security guards to escort Harris to and from the courthouse.

Behind Bell Pottinger were lawyers from Harbottle & Lewis, the firm accused by The Times of 'legal bullying' for ruthlessly using the Leveson report to initially suppress news of Rolf Harris's arrest last year.
These tactics simply delayed the inevitable. Indeed, it is difficult to think of another celebrity whose humiliation is now more complete; Stuart Hall, Max Clifford, Jonathan King, Gary Glitter, they don't come close.
Does anyone know any other of their clients . . . ?

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Post by ultimaThule on 01.07.14 19:13

Mmm....  thinking 

Didn't that couple whose daughter, Marjorie? Margaret?, was taken while they were out on the lash with their pals somewhere abroad sign themselves up to Bell Pottinger to improve their image after they got a bit of stick for leaving the back door of their hotel room open PeterM?   Does anyone know what became of them?

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