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Is There A Mass Establishment And Celeb Child Abuse Ring?---Watch What You Post

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On 06/03/2017 at 5:37 PM, Scunnered said:

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Fair enough, don't harass the students.  This seems a bit over the top though: after all, everyone concerned is an adult.

 

The level  of complaints shown by the FOI's in this article were astonishingly low, it seems to be safer for young women to be at university than anywhere else. This is a typical case of SJW's looking for a cause, failing and still making out there is a problem. Our university has one allegation against academic and academic related staff (thousands of staff)  about every 2-3 years. 

Having said that, I was involved in the case of a colleague who was accused and the whole thing was most unpleasant, not least because of the arrogance of the guy accused. The university did its best to pay off the student and keep it quiet, but unofficially, the guy's career is over as far any progression is concerned.

the general reaction of most staff to the goings on were just annoyed that the guy would even meet alone with the student who clearly had some mental issues.

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dgul   
2 hours ago, interestrateripoff said:

Police spend £1million investigating claims former Prime Minister Ted Heath took part in satanic child sex orgies 

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Police have spent more than £1million investigating claims former Prime Minister Ted Heath had been linked to a network of paedophiles who held satanic orgies.

I'd have thought that £1m is nothing when it comes to official anythings. 

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4 minutes ago, dgul said:

I'd have thought that £1m is nothing when it comes to official anythings. 

There's a set police budget so this will have a material effect upon police response times if you live in London.

I don't suppose that they will get around to charging the fantasist, "Nick" IIRC though not his real name, with wasting police time and malicious slander.

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1 hour ago, Frank Hovis said:

There's a set police budget so this will have a material effect upon police response times if you live in London.

I don't suppose that they will get around to charging the fantasist, "Nick" IIRC though not his real name, with wasting police time and malicious slander.

The majority of the spend will be on manpower, which is there anyway, and on offices, which are there anyway -- the actual 'money that has been spent that wouldn't have been' is likely much much lower.  The impact of the investigation will rather be on resources which wouldn't be available to work on other projects during that time.  I'd have thought this wouldn't touch police response times, but only the ability to resource larger cases.

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20 hours ago, dgul said:

The majority of the spend will be on manpower, which is there anyway, and on offices, which are there anyway -- the actual 'money that has been spent that wouldn't have been' is likely much much lower.  The impact of the investigation will rather be on resources which wouldn't be available to work on other projects during that time.  I'd have thought this wouldn't touch police response times, but only the ability to resource larger cases.

Think of it as a million less spent on dealing with day to day crime.

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What about this one:

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-coventry-warwickshire-39972734

Summary: 20 years ago a minor BBC radio presenter (female) went out on a few occasions with her husband to the park and did a sex show for some lads (mid teens).  One of them has decided that it 'wasn't right' and so they're in court.  

I'm not sure that this was damaging to them...

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On 2017-5-19 at 7:26 PM, dgul said:

What about this one:

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-coventry-warwickshire-39972734

Summary: 20 years ago a minor BBC radio presenter (female) went out on a few occasions with her husband to the park and did a sex show for some lads (mid teens).  One of them has decided that it 'wasn't right' and so they're in court.  

I'm not sure that this was damaging to them...

They've both got 5 years. 

 

 

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This is the sort of thing that worries me.  It is absolutely the way you'd make the inquiry go away if you wanted it to -- identify a diverse group of people who are old, distributed and far away, then equate the problem with them.  They've done quite well, IMO, with this group* -- they've also managed to get a group where there isn't an actual perpetrator, other than "An unknown but clearly large number of these children were subjected to horrific assaults sometimes before, sometimes during but in the main after they left the UK."

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-40669699

I think they should be interested in abuse that has happened in the time of enlightenment.  I know that there was terrible abuse that happened in Victorian slums, or during wars or whatever.  But we like to think that we're living in better times, which might as well be defined as starting in about the 70s.   Any abuse that has happened since then will clearly have been known to have been very very wrong by the perpetrator. Before that is much much more complicated.

But, anyway, this stuff that happened in the 1920s-50s is now very much the worst thing ever, so clearly (although not stated explicitly) everything since 1970 has been lovely (apart from Saville and that Gadd cad).

[* not to condone the situation, but IMO this wasn't the type of problem that the child abuse inquiry was set up to explore]

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