A major statutory inquiry into historical institutional abuse in Northern Ireland has issued an appeal for victims and survivors now living in Great Britain, Australia, Canada and the United States to come forward.
Detectives investigating historical child abuse claims in North Wales care homes have arrested the half-brother of senior Conservative MP John Whittingdale.
Charles Napier, 65, was held under a new strand of an existing investigation into alleged child abuse in the early 1980s at the Elm Guest House in Barnes, south west London.
Mr Whittingdale, 53, chairman of the Commons Culture, Media and Sport Committee, said of his half-brother’s arrest:
Why only TWO arrests from over 80 reported abusers?
- http://www.north-wales.police.uk/news__appeals/latest_news/operation_pallial.aspx (North Wales Police)
- New arrest in investigation into historic sex abuse at North Wales care homes (walesonline.co.uk)
- Victim of care homes abuse wants more result from latest police inquiry into the scandal (walesonline.co.uk)
- Breaking News: Man held over care home ‘abuse’ (crosbyherald.co.uk)
- Wales child abuse: Operation Pallial inquiry finds evidence of 140 claims (barkingatcars.co.uk)
UK ritual abuse convictions –
Another satanic abuse conviction, ignored by mainstream press
Survivors of ritualized abuse campaign against international child trafficking
UK state/government organized ritual abuse –
Current satanic killing ritual in South Africa and ritual killings in Africa
Ritual abuse coverups
Years of harrasment leads to survivors of ritual abuse take legal action…oddly several survivors take against the same person
Ritual abuse survivor exposing harassment of himself, author Judy Byington and founder of http://www.ritualabuse.us
Harrassment via examiner.com http://davidshurter.com/?p=2845
Harrassment via Amazon and book review websites http://davidshurter.com/?p=2625
SOCA: Man Arrested by Operation Pallial
Officers attached to Operation Pallial, an investigation into recent allegations of historic child abuse in North Wales, this morning arrested a man in Ipswich, Suffolk, on suspicion of a number of serious sexual offences against a number of individuals.
The man is being taken to a police station in North Wales, where he will be interviewed.
This is the first arrest by Operation Pallial, which began investigations in November 2012. The investigation is led by Detective Superintendent Ian Mulcahey of Merseyside Police, supported by officers and staff from the Serious Organised Crime Agency, Child Exploitation and Online Protection centre and forces across the country.
The officer with overall responsibility for Operation Pallial is Keith Bristow, Director General of the National Crime Agency. A report on the progress of Operation Pallial will be published next Monday.
- ‘Irish Savile’ Domhnall O Lubhlai ‘could have abused scores of kids’ (tellaboutabuse.wordpress.com)
- Savile Paedophile Investigation – Operation Yewtree has been a massive coverup of the royal and political connections, similar signs for Operation Fernbridge (tellaboutabuse.wordpress.com)
- Ritual Abuse: Convictions and Evidence the media hide and deny (tellaboutabuse.wordpress.com)
- Networks Of Fear (theneedleblog.wordpress.com)
- First Op Pallial Arrest (theneedleblog.wordpress.com)
- North Wales child abuse inquiry: Police make first arrest over historic allegations (walesonline.co.uk)
- Op Pallial: Blinkered By Boundaries (theneedleblog.wordpress.com)
- Operation Yewtree fail…. updated (philosophers-stone.co.uk)
- Seven suspected paedophiles arrested after online group of parents set up sting operation (thisismoney.co.uk)
- The BBC Exposed (leaksource.wordpress.com)
How to avoiding and report online crimes against children, including images of child sexual abuse and grooming of children for later abuse.
The UK has finally updated it’s definition of Domestic Abuse to apply to 16 and 17 year olds, closing the loop hole that allowed 16 and 17-year olds to get married, or live independently with no protection from abusive and/or violent partners. The definition also includes same-sex relationships if they are intimate ones.
via the New Definition for Domestic Abuse.
Do you know Domestic Abuse is not only Domestic Violence?
Coercive behaviour is now included, which is: an act or a pattern of acts of assault, threats, humiliation and intimidation or other abuse that is used to harm, punish, or frighten their victim.
Teenagers at risk
The British Crime Survey in 2009/10 found that 16-19-year-olds were the group most likely to suffer abuse from a partner, so this change in the law is crucial.
This definition, which is not a legal definition, includes so called ‘honour’ based violence, female genital mutilation (FGM) and forced marriage, and is clear that victims are not confined to one gender or ethnic group.