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See? I can taunt too. Can’t get you to swap places in this bed, pity. Used me, then turned on me. You’ll pay. @HOLLIEGREIGJUST good man!Anna Raccoon added,
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Cleveland – Savile was there. Who sent him? Ha! Your little chum told me fuckers! ‘False allegations’ my left foot! Lost the passwords, Liar https://twitter.com/AnnaRaccoon2017/status/868832777181044736 …
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The headline summed it up: “Is this the film that should never have been made ?”.
Just as telling was that the article under it – in the TV Times – was the only national press coverage of the film. Ten years after the Cleveland Child Abuse Crisis not a single newspaper reported on a documentary which told – for the first time – the truth about what had happened to the children at the heart of a “scandal” which had gripped and divided the entire country. Not for nothing was the film called “Cleveland: Unspeakable Truths”.
For those too young to recall it – and for those who still do – it’s worth recalling the events as they unfolded.
In the spring of 1987, 121 children from the (then) county of Cleveland – an area of some 583 square km and including the economically depressed towns of Hartlepool, Redcar…
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