Well the interview by the BBC I highlighted predated Yaxley/Lennon's arrest. You did say " the state-funded broadcaster REFUSES to cover and report on these crimes. "
In answer to points in your last post -
From the Telegraph 20th June 2017
"Earlier this year he was convicted of contempt of court after using a camera inside Canterbury Crown Court, receiving a suspended sentence. "
Now this latest case I understand may well go to another case - let's see what transpires.
As for your allusion to - I guess - Sir Cliff Richard - my view was that the BBC went far beyond what they should have done - perhaps the pendulum swung too far from "hand-wringing" and cover -up in the Savile case to "gotta catch 'em all" in Sir Cliff's case.
They got egg on their face and had to pay substantial fines and compensation - quite rightly - to Sir Cliff.