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The Cover Up of Child Sex Abuse

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8 minutes ago, Normski said:

Nothing to see here.......

 

Don't disagree with investigations into his behaviour....but for parity's sake why don't we have investigations into EVERY politician? Doesn't matter whether it is a sexual complaint or a financial one or any any kind of inappropriate behaviour....the cunts should be outed!!!

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1 hour ago, Harold said:

Don't disagree with investigations into his behaviour....but for parity's sake why don't we have investigations into EVERY politician? Doesn't matter whether it is a sexual complaint or a financial one or any any kind of inappropriate behaviour....the cunts should be outed!!!

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Duchess of York spent nine months negotiating with convicted paedophile Jeffrey Epstein to pay off her debts

Underneath the murky waters........

https://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/uknews/theroyalfamily/8366981/Duchess-of-York-spent-nine-months-negotiating-with-convicted-paedophile-Jeffrey-Epstein-to-pay-off-her-debts.html

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Hmmmmmm....kept locked away for another 66 yrs

 

On the front page of the Belfast Telegraph we hear about an "official clampdown" on documents relating to the infamous Kincora Boys' home in east Belfast.

The paper claims that a classified file on the former home will remain locked in official archives until 2085.

Nineteen files are held in the Public Records Office of NI but "closed to public scrutiny".

Some remain at least partially shut, the paper says.

However UUP MLA Mike Nesbitt warns that that secrecy simply leads to more questions.

"The suspicion is they are hiding something," he says.

"Is that legitimate? We can't make that judgement when we don't know what is in there," he adds.

A spokesperson for the Department for Communities said the files were closed because they contain "sensitive personal data".

"It is an extended closed period to protect the names and other personal details of victims and comply with data protection legislation," they added.

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