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THE MAGNIFICENT 7

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    appointed to Justice Committee after offering to buy Class A Cocaine

    I have to admit Keith’s a lot of fun

  1. An MP who, until recently, portrayed himself as a family man, sticks his penis up boys bottoms, threatens them & destroys their lives.

  2. I’m sick of people in Westminster thinking that this is ok.

  3. Only 7 MPs just opposed this man taking a seat on the Justice Committee:

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PETITIONS

We Demand a Full Exoneration for Robert Green

512 SUPPORTERS
1,000 GOAL

Because
of shameful and outrageous goings on regarding the sentencing of Robert
Green. Not only was he sentenced for 250 hours of community service,
but he has been gagged for the rest of his life not to speak about
anything to do with the Hollie Greig case. If he does, he is immediately
imprisoned for a maximum of 5 years !!!
This is unacceptable and it
is time to speak out for this man and the injustice of this whole case.
Please Sign and Share to Show You Care…

European Human Rights
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Scotish Paralement

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To the powers that be …
Scottish Parliament
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European Human Rights
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We Demand a Full Exonoration for Robert Green …

Because of shameful and outrageous goings on regarding the
sentencing of Robert Green. Not only was he sentenced for 250 hours of
community service, but he has been gagged for the rest of his life not
to speak about anything to do with the Hollie Greig case. If he does, he
is immediately imprisoned for a maximum of 5 years !!!
This is unacceptable and it is time to speak out for this man and the injustice of this whole case.
Freedon of Speech for all.

Update #524 minutes ago
Thank
you all for signing so far we HAVE NOW REACHED 500 signatures, which
means that we get help from care2 with pushing this for Robert. We want
1,000 at least.
Can we all push to get all friends to sign so we can get Justice, for
Robert Green and for Hollie Greig… Page for updates etc. Thank you.
We have just set up a FB Group too…
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Full Update

Update #45 months ago
510
sigs now Care2 will give this petition more publicity I cant believe
its taking so long to get Justice for Robert and for Hollie Im asking
Please ask your friends to e mail Share on Face Book Tweet and whatever
other Social Media you use get the word out there Thank You to All who
have signed and Those who Will
Thank you

“Step Forward Without Fear”

Full Update

Update #31 years ago
We
now also have a Face Book Page for you to Like. Please if you want to
show Support for “We Demand a Full Exoneration For Robert Green” …
Here’s the Link so please Like the page and Share it & invite all your friends to Like it too…
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Thank you

Full Update

Update #21 years ago
Robert
was Imprisoned twice… Kept under House Arrest for a year and Now
Gagged for Life by Scottish Law, to stop him Speaking Out helping Abuse
Victims…
We need more Signatures and FB Shares & Tweets Please…
Thank you for helping to get Robert His Freedom of Speech Back…
If we Stand Back & Let this Happen to Robert… Who Will Be Next…
“Step Forward Without Fear”

Full Update

Update #11 years ago

ROBERT’S BIRTHDAY IS ON FRIDAY, 27th MARCH!
ANYONE WHO WOULD LIKE TO SEND A CARD TO ….
ROBERT GREEN

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1 In 3 Canadian Adults Have Suffered Child Abuse

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1 In 3 Canadian Adults Have Suffered Child Abuse, New Study Suggests

By Helen Branswell

TORONTO – One in three adult Canadians suffered some form of child
abuse in their past, experiences that put them at a higher risk of
developing mental health disorders later in life, a new study reports.

The data paint the first nationwide picture of the prevalence of
child abuse experienced by Canadian adults, lead author Tracie Afifi
said of the study, published Tuesday in the Canadian Medical Association
Journal.

She and her co-authors analyzed information collected from more than
23,000 adults 18 and older who took part in Statistics Canada’s 2012
Canadian Community Health Survey. Respondents were asked questions about
whether they were hit or subjected to other forms of physical or sexual
abuse in childhood, or whether they were exposed to violence between
the adults in their homes.

They were also asked whether they suffered from a variety of mental
health disorders, including depression, bipolar disorder, alcohol or
drug abuse as well as whether they thought about or had attempted
suicide.

The researchers found a strong correlation between experiencing abuse
in childhood and having mental health disorders in adulthood.

“Even when we looked at what’s most minor and what some people today
would still argue is not abuse, those are still related right across the
board with strong effects for all the mental conditions we looked at,”
said Afifi, associate professor in the department of community health
sciences at the University of Manitoba.

“As a Canadian, I find the number to be very large and alarming. As a
child maltreatment researcher, that’s the number I expected to see.”

The findings didn’t surprise Dr. Suvercha Pasricha either. The lead
physician of the women’s inpatient unit at the Centre for Addiction and
Mental Health in Toronto, Pasricha sees the effects of childhood abuse
daily in the patients she treats.

“These are all the behaviours children learn as ways of coping with
their distress when they grow up in traumatic environments,” she said,
listing off the conditions — such as eating disorders — the study found
are associated with childhood abuse.

“They turn into disorders as they get older.”

Afifi said previous estimates of child abuse rates in Canada were
based on a nearly 25-year-old study from Ontario and more recent data
from Quebec.

For this study, people were not asked directly if they were abused.
Afifi said studies have shown that some people who have been abused
don’t characterize their experiences as such.

Instead, the questions asked whether respondents were slapped on the
face or head, spanked with a hard object or were pushed, grabbed, shoved
or had something thrown at them to hurt them. For both those questions,
respondents were asked to say yes only if the behaviour had happened a
minimum of three times.

Another question asked if respondents were kicked, bit, punched, choked, burned or physically attacked at least once.

Sexual abuse questions were designed to determine whether respondents
were forced into unwanted sexual activity. And the questions related to
having witnessed intimate partner violence asked whether as children
they had seen their parents, step-parents or guardians hit each other or
other adults in the home three or more times.

One in three adults reported experiences that met the criteria for at
least one of the types of abuse, with physical abuse the most common of
the three; 26 per cent of respondents said they had experienced
physical abuse.

Ten per cent of respondents said they had experienced sexual abuse
and nearly eight per cent witnessed intimate partner violence.

Men were more likely than women to have experienced physical abuse,
31 per cent versus 21 per cent. But women were more likely to have
experienced sexual abuse, 14 per cent versus nearly six per cent. There
was little difference in the rates of people who reported seeing
intimate partner violence — nine per cent of women, seven per cent of
men.

When the researchers looked to see if people who had experienced
abuse were more likely to suffer from mental health disorders in
adulthood, they found strong evidence of a link. (This type of study
cannot prove cause-and-effect; it can only point to possible
associations.)

People who reported experiencing all three types of abuse were 27
times more likely to have attempted suicide, 17 times more likely to
have post-traumatic stress disorder and nearly 11 per cent more likely
to have a drug dependency or an eating disorder.

Even those who had experienced only one type of abuse were between
nearly two and four times more likely to have one or some of the various
disorders.

The authors said it is critical to raise awareness of the issue so that prevention strategies can be devised and implemented.

“From a public health perspective these data alert us to the need to
prevent all of these acts from happening on children today, which may
also help to reduce the poor mental health in the next generations,”
Afifi said.

Pasricha agreed. She said just as salt intake affects the risk of
high blood pressure, exposure to trauma raises the risk of mental health
disorders.

“We preach about not eating a lot of salt and sugar … for high blood
pressure and diabetes. But we don’t talk enough about prevention of
trauma,” she said.

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CATHY FOX Derbyshire Child Abuse Cover up partners – Police, Council and CPS

Derbyshire Child Abuse Cover up partners – Police, Council and CPS

The following article is noteworthy for several reasons
  • investigative research
  • forced drugging of children
  • child abuse by a woman
  • false allegations
  • child protection failures by Council and Police
  • cover up of failures by Council, Police and CPS
  • destruction of evidence by Council and Police
  • legal aid fraud uncovered related to domestic violence

Note also the comment on the original article that Sussex has similar problems

For child protection to work better it is essential that councils and
police work together in partnership. However this partnership becomes
dangerous when they also work together to cover up their mistakes and
failures and corruption.

As yet there have been no criminal prosecutions or comeback on those
perpetrators of illegal acts. If this does not happen, there is no
consequences for covering up and it will happen again.

2016 Oct 31 Derbyshire Independent Child abuse – Police and council officers caught destroying evidence and falsifying records [1] 
Child abuse – Police and council officers caught destroying evidence and falsifying records

Senior social workers and police officers falsified and destroyed
records after Kids for Cash UK exposed evidence of harm to a
twelve-year-old Derby boy whose mother was found by a court to have made
multiple false allegations of domestic violence.

An investigation by Kids for Cash UK has revealed that Derbyshire
Constabulary police officers and senior social workers within Derby City
Council’s Children’s Services department destroyed evidence and
falsified official records to conceal severe psychological harm being
caused to a child after its junior officers had been duped by false
claims of domestic violence made by the child’s mother.

In a Derby court, the mother was found to have lied to social workers
and police officers and had gained the support of friends by concocting
false accounts of domestic violence that she spread, over a period of
months, using Facebook messaging. The mother had previously used the
false allegations to secretly obtain a court order to prevent the
father’s access, allowing her to continue the psychological abuse of the
child. When witnesses came forward for a court trial with information
that the child was being sedated and psychologically abused, the mother
organised friends to seek out the witnesses and conduct a prolonged
campaign of witness intimidation against them. Police officers and
social workers failed to share key evidence from independent witnesses
and allowed the abuse to continue. When the failures came to light,
senior social workers and police officers falsified official records and
destroyed evidence.

Lawrence English, Senior District Crown Prosecutor said, “The
Crown Prosecution Service made enquiries with the police to see whether
[we] could replicate the [prosecution] file submitted by the police. It
became apparent that not all of the material referred to by the
reviewing lawyer is still held by the police.”

Despite claims from CPS that it was willing to review the file, the Derbyshire Independent
has seen documentary evidence that confirms that CPS later refused to
review a prosecution file reconstructed by Kids for Cash UK after it had
recaptured the original evidence, as well copies of additional evidence
that had been withheld and then later destroyed by police officers.

David Gale of Kids for Cash UK said, “Our investigations have
confirmed that the mother subjected the child to a prolonged period of
severe psychological abuse despite the authorities admitting to having
received clear independent evidence pointing to the harm being caused.
It is clear from the documentary evidence that we have gathered that
senior officers within Derby City Council and Derbyshire Constabulary
have failed in their statutory duty to ensure that they have procedures
in place to secure evidence and to ensure that official records are not
falsified by officers seeking to avoid blame. The latest evidence
suggests that the police, Derby City Council Children’s Services, and
the Crown Prosecution Service have colluded to prevent their failures
from coming to light.”

Following Kids for Cash UK’s analysis of five years’ of raw
statistical data, gained through Freedom of Information requests served
on the Ministry of Justice, an epidemic of false claims relating to
domestic violence in the East Midlands has been exposed. The Ministry of
Justice has confirmed that it recently launched a nationwide
investigation into legal aid fraud related to false claims of domestic
violence. That investigation is starting in Derbyshire.

Derbyshire Constabulary’s Chief Constable, Mick Creedon, declined to respond when we asked him to comment on this case.

Please note that victims of abuse may be triggered by reading this information. These links are generally UK based.

  • The Sanctuary for the Abused [A] has advice on how to prevent triggers.
  • National Association for People Abused in Childhood [B] has a freephone helpline and has links to local support groups.
  • Other useful sites are One in Four [C]
  • and Havoca [D].
  • Useful post on Triggers [E]  from SurvivorsJustice [F] blog.
  • Jim Hoppers pages on Mindfulness [G]  and Meditation [H] may be useful.
  • Hwaairfan blog An Indigenous Australian Approach to Healing Trauma  [J]
  • Survivors UK for victims and survivors of male rape or the sexual abuse of men [K]
  • Voicing CSA group [L] helps arrange survivors meetings in your area
  • A Prescription for me blog Various emotional support links [M]
  • ShatterBoys -“Male Survivors Of Childhood Sexual Abuse Inspiring
    change, Through Shared Experience Whilst Building Connections…Together
    We Can Heal” [N]

Links

[1] 2016 Oct 31 Derbyshire Independent Child abuse – Police and council officers caught destroying evidence and falsifying records http://ift.tt/2eNx2lQ

[A] Sanctuary for the Abused http://ift.tt/1NVXFjx

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Inquiry Update

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Inquiry Update

The IICSA has issued the promised update, although this is not the outcome of Prof Jay’s internal review.

In the foreword to the update Prof Jay has ‎noted the purpose of the
Inquiry is two-fold – a responsibility to understand the failings of the
past and hold those responsible to account; and a focus on the future
making recommendations to ensure children are better protected from
abuse.

The update has a very positive emphasis, no doubt intended to try and
focus on its work and not the negative publicity of the last few
months. It notes an intention to make swift and significant progress.

As noted in our last blog, the focus on the experiences of victims
and survivors is central, or as the update says the victims and
survivors of child sexual abuse are at its heart.

The shift to a thematic approach is reiterated as is the split in to
the three projects although it is emphasised they do not stand alone as
separate strands of work. ‎The outcome of the three projects will be to
enable the Inquiry to make far-reaching recommendations for change and
to capture the scale of child sexual abuse across England and Wales so
that the recommendations “address the entrenched issues that have
impeded reforms or allowed child sexual abuse to continue.”

In terms of numbers the figures stated include:

  • 400 people invited to Truth Project private sessions
  • 250 formal requests from over 120 different institutions
  • 75,000 documents amounting to approx. 750,000 pages of material have been procured
  • 200+ core participant status applications granted in 7 investigations
  • 183 people working on the Inquiry

And in terms of dates for progress:

  • the first Seminar will be on 29-30 November
  • the first public hearing will be in February 2017
  • the roll out of private sessions of the Truth Project throughout England and Wales will be effected by March 2017

In a recent move started last week in Cardiff greater information has
been provided about the Research Project. Details are re-iterated of
the research projects already announced. The research will cover wide
subjects including behaviour and characteristics of perpetrators of
online-facilitated child sexual abuse and exploitation; characteristics
and vulnerabilities of victims of online-facilitated child sexual abuse
and exploitation; and social and political discourses about child sexual
abuse.

This update makes it clear that the Inquiry is committed to looking
forward and achieving the aims set in its wide ranging terms of
reference.


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Inquiry Update

BLM Abuse News blog

The IICSA has issued the promised update, although this is not the outcome of Prof Jay’s internal review.

In the foreword to the update Prof Jay has ‎noted the purpose of the Inquiry is two-fold – a responsibility to understand the failings of the past and hold those responsible to account; and a focus on the future making recommendations to ensure children are better protected from abuse.

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