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Channel 4 news on it's own reporting MP's abuse's

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Post by willowthewisp on 24.07.15 12:53

I watched Thursday Evenings main news,guess what only one Channel 4 had the guts to screen how the Civil Servants,Cabinet Ministers covered up reports of "Fetishes,penchants" of Senior ranking MP's, this was so called after the Inquiry ordered by Honest Dave, where bye a Mr Waneless took time to find evidence of MP's named by Tom Watson in the House of Commons,Dickens Dossier, he failed to find any of the 114 files?
Yet last night a Mr. Heaton, released to the public on the day Parliament broke for it's summer recess evidence naming Four Dead persons possible abuse towards young people??
The MP's want to keep the Kincora abuse scandal separate from the Goddard Inquiry, why, "National Security"?
Colin Wallace stated on the programme that files had come to light about, Kincora Boy's home, Ireland, that he had previously been told were, "No longer in Existence" suddenly became accessible, but guess what, our bunch of loyal MP's do not wish Lord Goddard to peruse them with her current Inquiry into "Child Murders and abuse"?
They must have to have the Civil Service decipher any remits of inquiry to disprove any collusion of a possible cover up, erh it wasn't part of our remit so we could not investigate that, eh Mr Hague, Bryn Alyn, Estyn, Waterhouse Inquiry farce!?


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Post by BlueBag on 24.07.15 17:05

@willowthewisp wrote:The MP's want to keep the Kincora abuse scandal separate from the Goddard Inquiry, why, "National Security"?
Why indeed?

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