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Jon Swinney and Dame Goddard's inquiry

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Jon Swinney and Dame Goddard's inquiry

Post by willowthewisp on 05.07.16 11:58

A number of Scottish people have resigned from the Investigation on child abuse allegations,related to the areas in Scotland possibly connected to a large group of abusers and the Inquiry in UK by Dame Lowell Goddard?  Mr Swinney has took an ever closer Political interest into the allegations in Scotland and was in the process of sacking people from the process of the investigation, for apparently making comments on elements of the Inquiry to the public,so much for "Free Speech" eh Mr Swinney, what are you very afraid of Mr Swinney, the Truth?
Mr Swinney is reported to be concerned over the costs of the Inquiry under a Law from 2005 in relation to who gathers the "Evidence from the witness",he takes umbridge that a QC, wishes to take the statements and he states they are not required to take the statements and other professionals could undertake that part cutting costs from the budget,so Mr Swinney is more concerned for the costs of the Inquiry?


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Re: Jon Swinney and Dame Goddard's inquiry

Post by sallypelt on 15.11.16 21:33

Another senior lawyer quits child abuse inquiry

The Independent Inquiry into Child Abuse has been hit by the resignation of another senior lawyer.
BBC Newsnight understands that Aileen McColgan has quit because of serious concerns over the inquiry's leadership.
She was the barrister leading the inquiry's investigations into the Anglican and Catholic Church.
The inquiry said that lawyers come and go according to their professional obligations - and that they would not comment on specifics.
It is understood Aileen McColgan had concerns over the competency of the inquiry's leadership and the way it had previously responded to the resignation of lawyers instructed by it. As well as working on the inquiry, she is also a Professor of Law at King's College London.

It is understood that two other barristers have told the inquiry of their desire to leave because of similar concerns.
The inquiry has suffered a series of setbacks in recent months, including the departures of a number of senior lawyers.


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