Goddard Resigns. A Big Blow to Justice In Britain

by Slidin Fast 13 Replies latest watchtower child-abuse

  • Slidin Fast
    Slidin Fast

    I seems that the child abuse enquiry in the UK has hit the wall again. Its a great pity.


  • cantleave

    There is a wall of silence and a massive cover-up to contend with for anyone taking on this role.


    I wonder if there is anyone without skeletons in their closet, who can continue this inquiry?

    I personally believe that many persons who are in power, are also pedophiles. They probably wine and dine anyone who may cross them, getting dirt on them. Then....WHAMMO!

    "Oh? You want to launch a massive inquiry into all these organizations? Nah, you're going to resign, because we have this file with your name on it."


  • zeb

    So sadly it seems that so many in high places have some grand ideas of their entitlements, how ever as the Home secretary has said the inquiry will go on.

  • smiddy

    It makes you wonder how many people in high places of Government , Judicial systems ,and the high end of society are involved to some degree with child pornography ,child sexual abuse in one form or another .


  • Slidin Fast
    Slidin Fast

    I think DD is right. Finding someone acceptable to the victims and the establishment is going to be very difficult. We had to go to NZ last time. Loki how that turned out

  • jhine

    I just read about this on Premier Christian Radio's news letter . Which highlights a huge difference between the WT and Christendom , no information control in Christendom .


  • slimboyfat

    It's a shame. She seemed intelligent and sincere. I wonder why the Westminster establishment found her so objectionable they had to hound her out. The press campaign against her had the hallmarks of official orchestration.

  • snugglebunny

    The third to resign? What the hell are these people coming across in their deliberations that make them feel the need to resign?

  • darkspilver

    What the hell are these people coming across in their deliberations that make them feel the need to resign?

    Maybe that's the point? As has been reported:

    "Dame Lowell had been chairman since April 2015 but although the inquiry had a budget of £17.9 million and hired 155 staff, IICSA had not taken any evidence from witnesses."

    The whole thing is a fiasco - she's the UK's top paid public servant by far, with very generous perks and she was was meant to give three months notice. Instead she handed in a two line resignation letter.

    Unsurprisingly it seem that UK MPs want to haul her in front of a parliamentary inquiry, about her own conduct.

    That's all folks!

    DarK SpilveR

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