2013: Why no prosecution or publicity for child sex abuse and mass murders?, 20% rise in reports of historic offences to Devon and Cornwall Police following Savile scandal

December 31, 2013 Comments Off on 2013: Why no prosecution or publicity for child sex abuse and mass murders?, 20% rise in reports of historic offences to Devon and Cornwall Police following Savile scandal

2013: Why no prosecution or publicity for child sex abuse and mass murders?
Judy Byington Saratoga Springs Child Abuse Examiner

December 30, 2013

The early December discovery of 30 child skeletons in a mass grave on the grounds of a United Church residential school for native children in Port Alberni, B.C. has garnered no mass media excitement.

The unmarked graves should have been no surprise.”At least 28 mass graves containing the remains of indigenous children who died in the ‘care’ of religious and government institutions have been discovered” read the 15 April 2008 headline of the Mohawk Nation News – another story that never made it to the mainstream press….

According to advocates, the intermingling of child abuse by church and state appeared widespread. http://www.ChildAbuseRecovery.com  , http://ritualabuse.us  and http://www.wanttoknow.info/mindcontrol

Government mind-control survivors approached members of Congress. You can sign the petition requesting an investigation at: http://www.change.org/petitions/us-congress-survivors-request-investigation-cia-mind-control-of-children

http://www.examiner.com/article/2013-why-no-prosecution-or-publicity-for-child-sex-abuse-and-mass-murders

20% rise in reports of historic offences to Devon and Cornwall Police following Savile scandal
By Exeter Express and Echo December 31, 2013

High profile sexual abuses cases including that of disgraced DJ Jimmy Savile have led to a 20% rise in reports of historic offences to Devon and Cornwall Police.

Savile, now exposed as a predatory paedophile, is thought to have targeted hundreds of youngsters across the country in attacks spanning from 1955 to 2009.

Investigations have been launched into complaints that four youngsters were abused by the star during visits to the Royal Marines’ prestigious Commando Training Centre at Lympstone, in East Devon. Another attack is said to have taken place at a mental health facility in Exeter in 1970….

Devon and Cornwall Police said 40% of all sexual offences now reported to them were historic – with a 20% increase (or 157 crimes) in complaints so far this year.

Detective Superintendent Paul Northcott, head of public protection at Devon and Cornwall Police, said the figures were “really positive” and reflected victims’ growing confidence in being treated seriously….
http://www.exeterexpressandecho.co.uk/20-rise-reports-historic-offences-Devon-Cornwall/story-20380285-detail/story.html

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