Wednesday, 12 June 2013

It will be illegal for children in care to speak out!

On 15 February 2009, Matthew Bell told us this in The Independent:
“Last Wednesday, Mark and Nicky Webster were told they will never see three of their children again, even though a judge accepted that allegations of abuse could be false…
As of April, BECAUSE OF A CHANGE IN LEGISLATION BEING INTRODUCED BY JACK STRAW, the Justice Secretary, the media will no longer be able to identify those involved in cases such as the WEBSTERS. IT WILL ALSO BE ILLEGAL FOR ANY CHILDREN CURRENTLY IN CARE TO SPEAK OUT, even if they feel they are being maltreated.
The change, UNREMARKED BY THE PRESS, comes within an overhaul of the law on the reporting of family courts that has otherwise been widely welcomed by the media.” 
So, if Jack Straw's law had been implemented, the children abused by the Asian paedophiles wouldn't have been able to testify? Is that what Matthew Bell is telling us here? It appears so, doesn't it?

And yet they did speak out. I wonder what happened to enable their testimony?

Why Straw and co. would wish the truth silenced is no mystery at all.

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