Secrets of the CIA’s Global Sex Slave Industry 3 by Sue Arrigo MD

EXTRACT from blog written by the wonderful @CathyCathyFox (twitter)

The CIA are sick.

The people that control the CIA are sick.

People are waking up.

It is time to heal.

  • the CIA does not serve you
  • the CIA does not serve the people
  • the CIA does not serve America
  • the CIA serve themselves
  • the CIA serve the criminal cabal
  • the CIA serve the Bush / Clinton Crime Families
  • the CIA serve the Rockefellers
  • the CIA serve the bankers
  • the CIA serve the Trilateral Commission, the Council on Foreign Relations, the Bildebergers
  • the CIA serve the powerful forces that we do not know
  • the CIA serve the forces of evil

PLEASE READ IN FULL https://cathyfox.wordpress.com/2017/03/19/secrets-of-the-cias-global-sex-slave-industry-3-by-sue-arrigo-md/

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PETER RIGHTON

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MP: I WANT THE TRUTH 16.02.16

EVENING TIMES – MAR 7, 1973 https://news.google.com/newspapers?id=biQ-AAAAIBAJ&sjid=lUoMAAAAIBAJ&pg=5008%2C930958Untitled.png

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https://news.google.com/newspapers?id=biQ-AAAAIBAJ&sjid=lUoMAAAAIBAJ&pg=6456%2C1007154


The Secret Life of a Paedophile  (The Peter Righton Cover-up) via I Am Incorrigible on YouTube

CAN ALSO BE VIEWED HERE https://youtu.be/Hli-iPilDII


 NOTORIOUS PAEDOPHILE HEADED SCOTTISH CARE HOME INQUIRYPeter Righton, below, one of Britain's leading care workers while living a double life as a paedophile, led an investigation into allegations of cruelty at Larchgrove in Glasgow, left, in the 1970s
PETER RIGHTON, BELOW, ONE OF BRITAIN’S LEADING CARE WORKERS WHILE LIVING A DOUBLE LIFE AS A PAEDOPHILE, LED AN INVESTIGATION INTO ALLEGATIONS OF CRUELTY AT LARCHGROVE IN GLASGOW, LEFT, IN THE 1970S

SUN 24 AUG 2014

CHILD PROTECTION EXPERTS AND ABUSE SURVIVORS ARE DEMANDING AN INQUIRY INTO WHY ONE OF BRITAIN’S MOST NOTORIOUS PAEDOPHILES WAS PUT IN CHARGE OF AN INVESTIGATION INTO A CRIMES AGAINST CHILDREN AT A GLASGOW BOYS’ HOME. THE SUNDAY HERALD HAS LEARNED THAT PETER RIGHTON – ONE OF BRITAIN’S LEADING CARE WORKERS, AND A MAN WHO LIVED A DOUBLE LIFE AS A PAEDOPHILE – HEADED AN INVESTIGATION INTO ALLEGATIONS OF CRUELTY AT THE LARCHGROVE ASSESSMENT CENTRE FOR BOYS IN GLASGOW IN THE 1970S.

THE INQUIRY RESULTED IN NO CRIMINAL PROCEEDINGS BEING TAKEN, DESPITE 13 OUT OF 30 ALLEGATIONS OF VIOLENCE AND NEGLECT BEING PROVED. THE HOME, IN SPRINGBOIG, WAS UNDER THE CONTROL OF GLASGOW CITY COUNCIL, THEN GLASGOW CORPORATIONhttp://m.heraldscotland.com/news/13176430.Notorious_paedophile_headed_Scottish_care_home_inquiry/


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I was gonna do all my own research into Righton, but there are so many cracking blogs already out there that I simply cannot compete with. So am no even gonna try!! Also, I saw the opportunity to be lazy & so grab it with both hands!!

ANOTHER WHISTLEBLOWER SPEAKS: ESTABLISHMENT PAEDOPHILES

March 18, 2017  via https://scepticpeg.wordpress.com

“…if you’re not open and honest about what you are doing with your investigations and your inquiries, people will start to think that bad things are happening.”

Terry Shutt, a former detective constable, spoke to Tom Bateman on BBC Radio 4 in 2014 about his time investigating a paedophile network in the early 1990s and the shocking cover up to protect a member of the establishment as well as senior clergy.

Mr Shutt is yet another former police officer who has put his head above the parapet to make allegations of senior figures being identified during police investigations in to child abuse, but who claim those implicated were either never arrested or the police were ordered to shut down the case, as in the case of Clive Driscoll in Lambeth whose request to speak with MP Paul Boateng about what he knew about prolific paedophile, John Carroll, led to him being removed, and an ex Detective who gave a shocking interview to Brian Gerrish at UK Column

The case in question seems to be Operation Clarence, which I wrote a blog post about in September 2016.  READ IN FULL https://scepticpeg.wordpress.com/2017/03/18/another-whistleblower-speaks-establishment-paedophiles/


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THE FOLLOWING IS A SMALL SECTION OF THE BRILLIANT BLOG BY IAN PACE..

LARCHGROVE ASSESSMENT CENTRE FOR BOYS, GLASGOW. THAT EVEN PETER RIGHTON FOUND TO BE CRUEL!

AS A RESULT OF THE EXCELLENT REPORTING OF TOM BATEMAN FOR THE BBC RADIO 4 TODAY PROGRAMME, WHICH WAS FOLLOWED UP BY REPORTS IN THE INDEPENDENT, TELEGRAPH, MAIL AND METRO, MORE AND MORE PEOPLE ARE BECOMING AWARE OF THE ACTIVITIES OF THE SINISTER FIGURE OF PETER RIGHTON, WHOSE NAME APPEARS IN MANY CONTEXTS FROM CHILDREN’S HOMES TO PUBLIC SCHOOLS, AND MAY HAVE BEEN A SERIAL ABUSER ON THE SCALE OF JIMMY SAVILE, AS WELL AS LINKED TO MULTIPLE NETWORKS OF OTHER ABUSERS. AN INVESTIGATION INTO RIGHTON’S ACTIVITIES, AND HOW HE WAS ABLE TO MOVE EFFORTLESSLY IN TOP CIRCLES OF SOCIAL WORKERS AND CHILD PROTECTION EXPERTS, WHILST HARDLY MAKING A SECRET OF HIS PROCLIVITIES AND ACTIVITIES, NEEDS TO BE A CENTRAL PART OF THE FORTHCOMING INQUIRY.

THE BBC REPORT HAS NOW LINKED RIGHTON TO A HOME OFFICE REPORT WHICH HE ADVISED IN 1970 (RIGHTON WOULD LATER ADVISE THE BARCLAY REPORT IN 1980 AND GIVE EVIDENCE TO THE PINDOWN INQUIRY IN 1991), AS WELL AS TO ABUSE IN CHILDREN’S HOMES IN ROCHDALE AND NORTH WALES. RIGHTON HAS ALREADY BEEN LINKED TO MANY OTHER SCANDALS, AND ALSO APPEARS TO HAVE PLAYED A PART IN INFLUENCING CHILD CARE POLICY IN SUCH A MANNER AS TO FACILITATE THE ACTIVITIES OF HIMSELF AND OTHER ABUSERS, MAKING CHILDREN IN HOMES MORE VULNERABLE TO ABUSE.

BELOW ARE REPORTS FROM THE GUARDIAN AND THE TIMES FROM MARCH 8TH, 1973, CONCERNING THE LARCHGROVE ASSESSMENT CENTRE IN GLASGOW, FROM WHICH STAFF WERE THEN SUSPENDED FOLLOWING ALLEGATIONS OF CRUELTY. WHAT IS MOST STRIKING HERE IS THE FACT THAT RIGHTON HIMSELF, TOGETHER WITH RONALD BENNETT QC, ACTUALLY CONDUCTED THE INDEPENDENT INQUIRY.

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PLEASE TAKE A LOOK AT HIS BLOG. IT IS INCREDIBLE!  I AM WELL OUTCLASSED!

https://ianpace.wordpress.com/2014/08/20/the-larchgrove-assessment-centre-for-boys-in-glasgow-that-even-peter-righton-found-to-be-cruel/

https://www.google.co.uk/amp/s/ianpace.wordpress.com/2014/08/21/peter-righton-his-activities-up-until-the-early-1980s/amp/


EXTRACT FROM  PIE: THE CALL FOR LAWYERS, SOCIAL WORKERS AND MEDICS

IN MARCH 1973, PETER RIGHTON, (WHO WITHIN 2 YEARS WOULD BECOME PIE MEMBER NO 51), THEN A ‘SENIOR OFFICIAL WITH THE NATIONAL CHILDREN’S BUREAU’ ASSISTED RONALD BENNETT QC, SHERIFF OF BERWICKSHIRE IN CONDUCTING AN INQUIRY INTO 30 ALLEGATIONS BY BOYS AT LARCHGROVE.

RIGHTON AND BENNETT SPENT 18 DAYS INTERVIEWING 53 PEOPLE BEFORE SENDING THE FINAL REPORT TO GLASGOW CORPORATION SOCIAL WORK & HEALTH COMMITTEE FOR ACTION. ONLY 13 ALLEGATIONS OF VIOLENCE AND NEGLECT WERE FOUND PROVEN ‘ON THE BALANCE OF PROBABILITIES’; 17 ALLEGATIONS WERE FOUND NOT TO BE CORROBORATED. INITIALLY SEVEN MEMBERS OF LARCHGROVE’S STAFF WERE CHARGED WITH ASSAULTING BOYS. NO MENTION IN THE PRESS WAS MADE OF ANY SEXUAL ABUSE ALLEGATIONS. IN FACT, AS THE GLASGOW HERALD REPORTED ON 7 MARCH 1973 THE CROWN AGENT, STANLEY BOWEN, HAD INSTRUCTED THAT NO PUBLICITY SHOULD BE GIVEN BY NEWSPAPERS TO THE SECTION DEALING WITH SPECIFIC ALLEGATIONS OF ILL-TREATMENT UNTIL CRIMINAL PROCEEDINGS HAD BEEN COMPLETED. A FORTNIGHT AFTER WHICH, ACTING ON THE AUTHORITY OF HEATH’S LORD ADVOCATE AND MP FOR EDINBURGH PENTLANDS, NORMAN WYLIE QC, STANLEY BOWEN SAID THE REQUIRED STANDARD OF EVIDENCE ‘BEYOND REASONABLE DOUBT’ HAD NOT BEEN REACHED IN ORDER TO COMMENCE CRIMINAL PROCEEDINGS. WITH CRIMINAL PROCEEDINGS HALTED, NO FURTHER REPORTS OF THE SPECIFIC ILL-TREATMENT WYLIE QC AND BOWEN HAD ASKED NEWSPAPERS TO WITHHOLD WERE PUBLISHED.

FILES CONTAINING BENNETT AND RIGHTON’S REPORT WILL NOT BE RELEASED UNREDACTED UNTIL 2060 BY THE NATIONAL ARCHIVES SCOTLAND AND REDACTED COPIES WERE ONLY RELEASED IN NOVEMBER 2008. IT’S AS YET UNKNOWN WHETHER THE SPECIFIC SECTION CONTAINING ALLEGATIONS WHICH THE CROWN IN SCOTLAND WAS SO KEEN TO KEEP NEWSPAPERS FROM REPORTING ON IS AVAILABLE IN A REDACTED FORM – OR WHETHER WILLIAM HENDERSON’S 1974 OFFENCES AGAINST CHILDREN COULD HAVE BEEN PREVENTED BY AN INQUIRY INTO CHILD ABUSE AT LARCHGROVE CONDUCTED BY SOMEONE WHO WASN’T SEXUALLY ABUSING BOYS HIMSELF.  https://www.byline.com/column/27/article/376

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EXTRACT..  IN SCOTLAND, THERE HAVE BEEN ALLEGATIONS OF SEXUAL ABUSE MADE BY FORMER PUPILS AT THE ROMAN CATHOLIC FORT AUGUSTUS SCHOOL ON THE BANKS OF LOCH NESS. OTHER CLAIMS HAVE BEEN MADE BY THOSE WHO USED TO ATTEND NAZARETH HOUSE IN ABERDEEN AND LARCHGROVE BOYS’ HOME IN GLASGOW. https://spidercatweb.blog/2016/03/29/37-famous-scots-among-child-abuse-suspects-where-are-the-arrests-sco/


18.08.2014

(L) BBC NEWS  http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-28793654 

(R) MAIL http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2727662/Paedophile-centre-historical-abuse-inquiry-visited-children-s-homes-Britain-took-boys-advising-Home-Office-child-care-system.html

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  1. Notorious paedophile headed Scottish care home inquiry
  2. Aangirfan Child Brothels
  3. https://spotlightonabuse.wordpress.com/category/peter-righton/

http://discuss.glasgowguide.co.uk/index.php?s=c539ce9f94d9c75fbf8c8e20f9f7d66c&showtopic=19380&st=30

the report found that 13 out of 30 allegations were proved and was highly critical of the corporation for allowing conditions inducive to violence to occur; later reports found that John Porteus, a houseparent, had sexually abused boys at Larchgrove in the late 1960s, and others testified to sexual abuse during this time. Righton and Bennett’s report did not deal with sexual abuse, and it was possible for a convicted abuser, Robert William Henderson, to gain a position towards the end of 1973, where he formed ‘an indecent association with a 13-year-old boy’. http://news.google.com/newspapers?nid=2507&dat=19741003&id=IZFAAAAAIBAJ&sjid=9aQMAAAAIBAJ&pg=5446,689534
Glasgow City Council are currently looking for any documentation connected with the case, whilst the council and Scottish government have called upon anyone who suffered abuse there to contact the police; it has been revealed that there are claims that staff of both genders were involved in the abuse of boys at the home (see ‘Notorious paedophile headed Scottish care home inquiry’, Sunday Herald, August 24th, 2014 http://www.heraldscotland.com/news/home-news/notorious-paedophile-headed-scottish-care-home-inquiry.25120541).

Two #HumanTrafficking victims MISSING WITHOUT TRACE

Tang Chien DANG (left) and Thang Vu TAN (right)

(their age isn’t mentioned but they look pretty young to me & the article does say two boys?! )

March 13, 2017 12.45 pm

mPolice are searching for two victims of human trafficking who have been missing in the South West for a month.

The Southwest Regional Organised Crime Unit, known as Zephyr, has issued an appeal for witnesses in relation to the safeguarding of the two boys, both from Vietnam.

Tang Chien Dang and Thang Vu Tan were identified as ‘gardeners’ during the course of an extensive people trafficking investigation, Operation Astoria.

Both were kept in ‘appaling conditions’ according to a report on court proceedings which saw six defendants convicted of their role in the conspiracies to produce millions of pounds worth of Cannabis across the South West.

 
Some of the plants discovered by police when they raided the cannabis factories

Tang Chien Dang was the gardener at a cannabis factory in the Swindon area.

Police discovered 302 cannabis plants when they raided the property at Whittingham Drive, Wroughton last February. They also found that Tan, whom police believe is “slightly older” than 15, was kept in “dangerous and degrading” conditions.

Tan and Dang were found to be victims of human trafficking during the course of the police investigation and no criminal proceedings were brought against them.

Both young men were placed into the care of the Social Services and have subsequently gone missing from their respective locations within the South West Region.

A/Det Insp Nick Eckland, the Senior Investigation Officer of Operation Astoria said “I would appeal to the Vietnamese communities of the South West and beyond to come forward and identify the whereabouts of these two young victims. It is important that we can find them to make sure they are safe and free from re-exploitation in the future”

Both young men were known to have further links to London and Scotland.

“Human Trafficking and Modern day slavery are extremely high on our agenda across the region, we are absolutely committed to working with our partners to ensure that victims are safeguarded against and offenders are brought to justice. Operation Astoria was seen a series of significant convictions but we do not rest on our laurels, we now work with our Criminal Finance Team to strip these defendants of their assets, we work with the Courts and the Crown Prosecution Service to consider Anti-Slavery Orders against those offenders who sit right at the very top of this criminal network, and where we identify that an individual is here illegally for the sole purpose of committing serious and organised crime, working with the Immigration Service, we’ll deport them.”

Anyone with any information regarding the whereabouts of Tang Chien DANG and Thang Vu TAN or in relation to human trafficking and modern slavery offences can phone 101 or crime stoppers on 0800 555111 anonymously or via https://crimestoppers-uk.org/give-information/give-information-online/

 http://www.plymouthherald.co.uk/police-search-for-two-human-trafficking-victims-missing-without-trace/story-30199379-detail/story.html#CSc5F361Zel1eKgH.99  https://archive.is/WLrDv

TUAM: Mass grave of 800 BABIES found at Irish orphanage

12 Mar 2017

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Archbishop of Tuam Dr Michael Neary says he “wishes again” to apologise for the hurt caused by the failings of the Roman Catholic Church in relation to unmarried mothers and children.
Dr Neary has also called for an inquiry into “ all aspects of life” during the time when unmarried mothers and their children were placed in institutional care.
This inquiry should broaden the focus from one particular religious congregation, and instead address “the roles and interrelationships between Church, State, local authorities and society generally”, he said in a homily preached for the feast of St Aengus in Tuam cathedral on Saturday evening.
He also noted that the use of “highly charged emotive language” in the past week , while “understandable”, could be “counter-productive”.
The archbishop, who last week said he was “horrified and saddened” at confirmation of “significant” remains of infants on the grounds of the former Bon Secours home in Tuam, said it was “now timely” that “this dimension of our social history be addressed and thoroughly examined”.
The findings of the test excavation by the Commission for the Investigation into Mother and Babies home, published on March 3rd, involved taking samples, which were radiocarbon dated to the 1950s.
The home ran from 1925 to 1961, and local historian Catherine Corless has obtained death certificates for almost 800 children during that period.
“ This is a deeply distressing story for all of us, but especially so for those affected individuals and families. We can only attempt to understand the emotional upheaval which mothers suffered as they felt so helpless and isolated,” Dr Neary said.
“What is particularly harrowing is the report of high levels of mortality and malnutrition.
“ It was an era when ‘unmarried mothers’ – as our society at the time labelled women who were pregnant and not married – were often judged, stigmatised and ostracised by their own community and the Church, and this all happened in a harsh and unforgiving climate. Compassion, understanding and mercy were sorely lacking.”
“It is now timely that this dimension of our social history be addressed and thoroughly examined. To do so would begin the process of attempting to explain, but not to excuse, what happened in our not too distant collective past,” he said.
“ Perhaps we could begin with this fundamental question: ‘How could the culture of Irish society, which purported to be defined by Christian values, have allowed itself to behave in such a manner towards our most vulnerable’?,” he continued.
“There is an understandable sense of shared anger arising from this situation; people are deeply distressed and desperately upset by what they hear and read,” Dr Neary said.
“There is a danger, however, that when anger begins to die down, we may be tempted to move quickly to the next social problem from the past without having fully understood the complex and tragic historical situation before us,” he said.
Using “ highly-charged emotive language, while understandable in the situation, may prove to be counter-productive”, he added
An inquiry to address the “roles and interrelationships between Church, State, local authorities and society generally” should “ensure that the truth will emerge no matter how unpalatable it may be to those on whichever side of the present discussion”, he said.
“In this way we will be enabled to move genuinely forward,” he said.
“One hopes that the report of the Commission will enable that truth to surface in a clear and objective manner,” he said.
“Even today, there are huge challenges surrounding how we care for the disadvantaged in our society. In years to come our present society will inevitably be subjected to scrutiny and will most likely be found deficient in many areas to which we are blind at present,” Dr Neary said.
“We need to learn from the past in order to prevent similar injustices in our time, and so as to inform our future generations,” he said.
“I wish to again apologise for the hurt caused by the failings of the church as part of that time and society when – instead of being cherished – particular children and their mothers were not welcomed, they were not wanted and they were not loved,” he said.

11 Mar 2017

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UntitledThe religious order at the centre of the Tuam babies burial scandal has been paid €43.5m over the past 10 years by the private hospital group it runs.

Accounts for Bon Secours Health System Ltd reveal the payments were made to Bon Secours Sisters Ireland in respect of the leasing of buildings and interest on loans advanced by the order. The payments mean that, unlike many other religious orders in Ireland, the Bon Secours Sisters are in rude financial health.

However, the order has refused to say what it does with the money paid to it by the hospital group.

Its finances have come under sharp focus in recent days, with calls made in the Dáil and the Seanad for the order’s resources to be made available to survivors of the Tuam home and relatives of those who died.

The order operated a mother and baby home in the Co Galway town between 1925 and 1961. Historian Catherine Corless believes the remains of almost 800 children may have been buried in underground chambers at the property.

Bon Secours Health System Ltd has private hospitals in Dublin, Cork, Galway, Limerick and Tralee, as well as a private clinic in Cavan and a care village in Cork.

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Its most recent set of accounts, for 2015, showed a payment of just under €4m was made to the order that year in respect of the leasing of buildings and interest on loans.

The accounts also revealed the hospital group generated a profit of €2.3m.

The order refused to discuss its finances when questions on the issue were posed by the Irish Independent. “The Bon Secours have no comment to make on the financial questions,” it said in a statement.

The refusal to comment means it remains unclear whether the order would consider making a financial contribution to survivors of the Tuam home or their relatives.

It is also unclear if the order will consider assisting financially with anticipated efforts to identify the remains discovered by the Mother and Baby Home Commission in Tuam.

The order said it was co-operating with the commission, but declined to go into specifics.

“The order is co-operating fully with it, which means that we cannot comment on any aspect of it as to do so would be to commit an offence,” the statement said.

Read More: ‘My dearest wish is that my sister is still alive’

Notes in the Bon Secours Health System Ltd financial accounts indicate there are plans for significant investment in the group of hospitals in the coming years. Some €9m was spent upgrading facilities in 2015 and further investment of up to €150m is planned by 2020.

The hospital group catered for almost 100,000 patients in 2015 and employed 350 medical consultants and over 2,700 additional personnel.

In the Dáil this week, People Before Profit TD Bríd Smith called for the order to be disbanded and its resources used to compensate families involved and to provide memorial services for the children buried in Tuam and other homes.

In the Seanad, Sinn Féin senator Máire Devine said profits from the hospital group “need to be given back to the Irish people and to the women and children who were so dreadfully treated”.

However, Maeve O’Rourke, the legal advisor to the Clann, a group assisting people give evidence to the commission, said compensation was not on its agenda at present.

Ms O’Rourke said access to records and archives was the key concern. “What people want right now is access to information and there are major concerns about the secrecy surrounding the commission of investigation,” she said.

Accounts reveal massive sums paid to order at centre of Tuam scandal  https://archive.is/iA5Mk


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Survivors of Ireland’s mother and baby scandal deserve justice Guardian https://archive.is/23UGh


4th Mar 2017

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http://news.sky.com/story/infants-remains-found-at-former-mother-and-baby-home-in-ireland-10788414  https://archive.is/MgCaE


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http://www.irishmirror.ie/news/irish-news/mother-baby-home-horror-there-3677328  https://archive.is/ZnETP

Half of world’s Muslims are inbred due to generations of incest

by Dr. Eowyn

Here’s an explanation for Islamic terrorism that’s never proffered:

Insanity and Stupidity

A never-spoken-about problem with Muslims is their inbreeding as a result of their long and deeply-ingrained practice of marrying first cousins — a practice that has been prohibited in the Judeo-Christian tradition since the days of Moses.

More than 7 years ago, the UK’s environment minister Phil Woolas had sounded the alarm about this “very sensitive” issue that is “rarely debated”. Referring to the culture of arranged marriages between cousins in the Muslim immigrant community, Woolas said: “If you have a child with your cousin the likelihood is there’ll be a genetic problem.

Woolas, whose views are supported by medical experts, said most cases occur in immigrant families from rural Pakistan, where up to half of all marriages involve first cousins. Woolas said: “If you talk to any primary care worker they will tell you that levels of disability among the . . . Pakistani population are higher than the general population. And everybody knows it’s caused by first cousin marriage.”

The problem is made worse by generational inbreeding. As Woolas put it, “Many of the parents themselves and many of the public spokespeople are themselves products of first cousin marriages.” That would explain why research for BBC2’s Newsnight in November 2005 showed that British Pakistanis accounted for 3.4% of all births but 30% of all British children with recessive genetic disorders.

Indeed, an entry in Wikipedia confirms that “Cousin marriages in Muslim majority countries are often preferred and even encouraged in some regions,” and points to the fact that prophet Muhammad himself had married cousins.

But the problem isn’t exclusive to Pakistani Muslims as Woolas seems to imply, but is pandemic among Muslims across the world.

Nicolai Sennels

According to Nicolai Sennels, a Danish psychologist who has done extensive research into Muslim inbreedingclose to half of all Muslims in the world are inbred:

  • 70% of Pakistanis are inbred.
  • 67% of Saudi Arabians are inbred.
  • 64% of those living in Jordan and Kuwait are inbred.
  • 63% of Sudanese are inbred.
  • 60% of Iraqis are inbred.
  • 54% of Muslims in the United Arab Emirates and Qatar are inbred.
  • 25-30% of those in Turkey are inbred.
  • In England, at least 55% of Pakistani immigrants are married to their first cousins.
  • In Denmark the number of inbred Pakistani immigrants is around 40%.

Sennels points out that cousin marriage was sanctioned by Muhammad and has been going on now for 50 generations (1,400 years) in the Muslim world. This practice of inbreeding will never go away in the Muslim world since Muhammad is the ultimate example and authority on all matters, including marriage.

Sennels warns that massive inbreeding in Muslim culture may well have done virtually irreversible damage to the Muslim gene pool, including extensive damage to Muslims’ intelligence, sanity, and health. (Similar effects were seen in the Pharaonic dynasties in ancient Egypt and in the British royal family, where inbreeding was the norm for a significant period of time.)

Below are the consequences of inbreeding:

1. Birth and birth defects:

  • 100% increase in the risk of stillbirths.
  • 50% increase in the risk that the child dies during labor.
  • The risk of autosomal recessive genetic disorders such as cystic fibrosis and spinal muscular atrophy is 18 times higher.
  • The risk of death due to malformations is 10 times higher.

2. Physical and mental retardation and illnesses:

  • The closer the blood relative, the higher the risk of mental and physical retardation and schizophrenic illness.
  • The closer the blood relative, the higher the risk of schizophrenic illness, i.e., insanity.
  • Social abilities develop much slower in inbred babies. An academic paper published in the Indian National Science Academy found that “the onset of various social profiles like visual fixation, social smile, sound seizures, oral expression and hand-grasping are significantly delayed among the new-born inbred babies.”
  • Research shows that if one’s parents are cousins, intelligence goes down 10-16 IQ points. The risk of having an IQ lower than 70, the official demarcation for being classified as “retarded,” increases by 400% among children of cousin marriages.

READ IN FULL https://fellowshipoftheminds.com/2015/07/17/half-of-worlds-muslims-are-inbred-due-to-generations-of-incest/

See also:

The #UK’s child deportations ‘most catastrophic child abuse’ in memory. #CSAinquiry

9th MARCH 2017

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A SCOT who was sexually abused after being forcibly transported to Australia almost 60 years ago is return to his homeland to expose the historic failures of the care system at the Scottish Child Abuse Inquiry.

Melbourne-based grandfather Hugh McGowan, 68, spent three months travelling across the world as a vulnerable 13-year old after falling into state care when his mother’s family disowned her for becoming pregnant out of wedlock.

Initially the offer of a life in Australia appealed to the young teenager, but when he later changed his mind there was no way back.

“I was told – you’re going,” he said. “I later found out they had written a letter telling my mother [that I was emigrating] but it had never reached her. So they sent me without my mother’s approval.”

Mr McGowan was one of 4,000 child migrants who was sent to Australia and other Commonwealth countries from 1947 to the 1970s.

He claims to have faced indiscriminate sexual and physical abuse throughout his life in institutions but he never breathed a word to his loved ones for 40 years.

He spent his earliest days with his mother, the youngest of nine siblings, in The Knowe in Albert Road in Glasgow, a home for unwed mothers, and when they had to leave because of his age she could not manage to look after him without the support of her family, and he began 11 years in care.

“I never got to meet my mother,” he said.

Only a blurry memory persists: he as a tearful infant and a woman waving at him whom he thinks may be his mother.

It is understood Mr McGowan’s mother died aged 52.

After arriving in Australia, the 13-year-old was posted to the infamous Dhurringile Rural Training Farm for Boys in Tatura, Victoria.

He claims he again suffered sexual and psychological abuse, and was threatened by one abuser to keep quiet or facing being imprisoned in a detention centre.

For many years he bottled up the abuse, not telling anyone, even his wife.

The retired public service worker, who has two sons and three grandchildren, said: “While I had a good job and was not out of work very often, I struggled with relationships with colleagues because I didn’t know how to react with them. They found it difficult with me some of the time.”

Many victims of abuse, he said, have been unable to overcome the impact and have been engulfed by social problems, falling into addiction or struggling with mental health difficulties.

Mr McGowan came back from the edge after being plagued by with an addiction to alcohol.

He said: “That would have been me if it wasn’t for my family. They are my absolute reason for living.”

He added: “I do have a good life, but it was tough.”

Inquiry officials are to interview Mr McGowan this month over presenting his evidence to the inquiry.

READ MORE: Collapse of £60m police IT project leaves officers ‘struggling’, says Audit Scotland report

“My intention is to attend the inquiry. The fact that they dispatched me to Australia when I didn’t want to go and that they didn’t have the approval from my mother, it’s not good at all. The British Government failed us. They (care workers) had good intentions, but they failed in their duties. I’m not particularly looking for compensation, but I do think it is appropriate. I think we need acknowledgement by the governments (UK and Australian), particularly the British Government, that what they did was completely wrong.”

Mr McGowan tells his story tonight in the BBC 2 programme Growing Up in Scotland: A Century of Childhood. http://www.heraldscotland.com/news/15143015.Scot_taken_from_mother__sent_to_Australia_and_abused_to_testify_at_inquiry/    https://archive.is/WqNk6


GROWING UP IN SCOTLAND SERIES  http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b08h4qb5

9 March 2017

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Investigator Margaret Humphreys tells UK inquiry that slavery, abuse, identity theft and lies, were human rights violations

The deportation of thousands of British children to Australia, Canada and Southern Rhodesia (now Zimbabwe), created the most catastrophic child abuse legacy in living memory, the national inquiry into child sexual abuse has been told.

The author and social worker Margaret Humphreys, who exposed the scale and suffering of tens of thousands of British children taken from families under the child migrant scheme – a policy that relocated children to areas of the Commonwealth, from the 40s to the 70s – said the physical and sexual abuse, conditions of slavery and terror, removal of identities, and lies that suggested the youngsters’ parents were dead, amounted to a catalogue of crimes against the children.

The removal of the identity of each child, and the fact that the children were taken so far away from anyone they knew and told they were orphans, aided the abuse, Humphreys said.

The Independent Inquiry into Child Sexual Abuse (IICSA ), in full public hearings, is investigating the sexual abuse of children who were removed from British institutions and families between 1947 and the 70s, and taken to Australia and Canada by various charities and churches, including Barnardos, the Fairbridge Society, and the Sisters of Nazareth.

The children, once abroad, were kept in farm schools, where they suffered brutality and sexual abuse, were used as slave labour and deprived of a proper education.

Humphreys, who set up the Child Migrants Trust in 1987 has done more than any other individual to expose the way British children were taken from families and deported. In the last 25 years she has reunited more than a 1,000 individuals with their families in the UK.

Humphries said deported British children suffered the “greatest betrayal” because they were told their parents were dead when they were not. When she began helping individuals to find their families she started by looking for death certificates.

Telling the children they were orphans, she said, took away all hope that anyone would come and get them, and stopped them asking questions.

Humphreys met one mother who told how she would visit her son every week in a children’s home in Liverpool. “She told me she went to see her child regularly every Saturday in the children’s home, she used to go with sweets. But on this particular Saturday she went and no children were there … someone told her they had gone to Australia.”

She found out they had left just one and a half hours before her arrival. She managed to get to Lime Street railway station as the train carrying the children was pulling away. “She ran on to the platform and saw the children on the train … she was screaming and crying, ‘get the children off, stop the train’. Her boy put his face to the window and shouted, ‘I’ll never forget you mum.’”

When Humphreys later traced other children who had been deported with the boy, they described seeing a woman running and screaming on the platform as the train pulled away. When the boy arrived in Australia he was told his mother had died in the war. But he knew that was wrong.

It took Humphreys and the Child Migrant trust a month to find the mother after the former child migrant, as an adult, turned to her for help.

“So all of those years, when he was growing up, when he was an adult, when he was getting married, having children, she was there all the time – but missing from his life.”     The IICSA inquiry continues.  

SOURCE https://www.theguardian.com/uk-news/2017/mar/09/uk-child-deportations-of-50s-most-catastrophic-child-abuse-in-memory  https://archive.is/GZz0e


2nd MARCH 2017

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https://www.theguardian.com/uk-news/2017/mar/02/lawyer-criticises-child-abuse-inquiry-safeguarding-evidence-catholic-lambeth-council-boston-globe  https://archive.is/jJW8L


1st MARCH 2017 

EVEN MORE

CSA Inquiry https://www.theguardian.com/uk-news/uk-child-abuse-inquiry  https://archive.is/ePm9E

https://www.iicsa.org.uk/key-documents/1097/view/ChildMigrationProgrammescasestudy-Week2Timetable.pdf

 

 

 

 

Hunter S. Thompson: Paul Bonacci, Bohemian Grove, Human Hunting & Paedo Child Snuff 

Hunter S Thompson

Was he a murderer involved in sadistic human hunting & child snuff movies at Bohemian Grove?

Thompson on Letterman, 11/25/88

Thompson on Letterman 1997  WATCH HERE


WATCH Rusty Nelson 

Part 1 | Part 2 | Part 3 | Part 4

Paul Bonacci

HUNTER S.THOMPSON Thread in FRANKLIN CASE: Is there any evidence?

His Death+Bonacci testimony

Bohemian Grove · Elitist Pigs & Pedophile Murdering Lust 

WATCH HERE

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Transgender Men & Women *STUNNING*

Jenna Talackova

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This Canadian supermodel and TV personality first rose to fame when she joined the Miss Universe Canadian pageant last 2012, only to be subsequently disqualified after someone recognized her as transgender. Now, the 26-year-old beauty is a trans rights advocate and has her own reality show based on her life, E! Network’s ‘Brave New Girls’.

Jazz Jennings

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Transgender teenager Jazz Jennings is a model, YouTube personality and LGBTQ spokesperson at only 14 years old. She started transitioning at 6 years old. Clean & Clear wanted to promote natural beauty instead of artificial and airbrushed aesthetics. Staying true to yourself is the core of the brand, and they believe Jazz Jennings is the perfect face for their new campaign.

Ines Rau

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This beautiful French-North African transgender model was born in Paris. She became best known for her racy photoshoot for French OOB Magazine with Tyson Beckford.

Isis King

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Isis King is another famous model who rose to fame after competing in the 11th season of Tyra Banks ‘America’s Next Top Model’. Isis King is the first transgender woman to compete on the show.

Laverne Cox

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Laverne Cox is an actress, reality TV star and TV producer. She is best known for her role as Sophia Burset in the Netflix series, ‘Orange is the New Black’. Laverne Cox is the first transgender woman to be nominated for a Primetime Emmy Award under the acting category. She is also the first trans person to have her own wax figure at Madame Tussaud’s.

Carmen Carrera

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Carmen Carrera is a supermodel, reality TV star and burlesque performer. She has walked on famous runways such as the Victoria’s Secret fashion show. Carmen first shot to fame on the 3rd season of ‘RuPaul’s Drag Race

Lea T

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Lea T is one of the world’s most popular supermodels and has been part of many international fashion campaigns. The Brazilian trans beauty is known for posing nude for Vogue France and modeling for Riccardo Tisci Givenchy campaign.

Amelia Maltepe

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Amelia Maltepe is a Bangladeshi transgender model who currently resides in Canada. After a racy photoshoot for Toronto Sun, she got in the middle of the controversy because many people boycotted the paper when they found out that she was actually transgender

Janet Mock

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Janet Mock is a LGBTQ activist, previous staff editor at People.com and writer of the book ‘Redefining Realness: My Path to Womanhood, Identity, Love and so much more’

Caitlyn Jenner 

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Of course, we can’t finish this list without mentioning Caitlyn Jenner. It was probably one of the most shocking revelations of the decade when Bruce Jenner confessed he is transitioning into becoming a woman. Now, the whole Kardashian family and the world is supporting her journey to becoming a woman. She has her own reality show, ‘I am Cait

www.lolwot.com/10-most-famous-transgender-women-you-should-know/

Erika Ervin Actress, American Horror Story

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Erika Ervin, known professionally as Amazon Eve, tours the world modeling and making public appearances. At 6’8″ without heels, Amazon Eve has been recognized by the Guinness Book of World Records as the tallest model in the world in 2011. She grew up in a small town in central California and was discovered in 2009 by the editor of Zoo Weekly while in Australia…

 Chaz Bono  Actor, American Horror Story

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Chaz Bono is an LGBT rights advocate, three time author, speaker and the only child of famed entertainers Sonny and Cher. Chaz’s decision to come out as a Lesbian in 1995 prompted his public work in support of LGBT rights and social justice. Chaz has contributed as a writer-at-large to The Advocate and in 1996 became the Human Rights Campaign’s National Coming Out Day spokesperson… 

Lana Wachowski   Writer, The Matrix

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Lana Wachowski and her sister Lilly Wachowski, (also known as ‘The Wachowskis’) are the duo behind ground-breaking movies such as The Matrix and Cloud Atlas. Born to mother Lynne, a nurse, and father Ron, a businessman of Polish descent, Wachowski grew up in Chicago and formed a tight creative relationship with her sister Lilly…

Alexis Arquette

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Sister of David and Patricia, Alexis Arquette is an actress, musician, and cabaret performer. She has been acting since the age of 12, when she made her debut as a background character in the music video for the song “She’s a Beauty” by the Tubes. She has appeared in dozens of films and TV shows as both male and female characters, including Bride of ChuckyPulp Fiction, and The Wedding Singer. Arquette was also the subject of a 2007 documentary about her transition, titled Alexis Arquette: She’s My Brother.

Alexis passed away on September 11, 2016, at the age of 47. She was surrounded by family, who sang David Bowie’s “Star Man” to her as she passed. No cause of death was announced, though it’s rumored she was suffering from a disease. 

Chelsea Manning  

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Formerly Bradley, Chelsey Manning is a former U.S. Army intelligence analyst and well-known public whistleblower. After being dishonorably discharged and tried for espionage, she announced that she was transgender and was changing her name from Bradley to Chelsea

Tracey “Africa” Norman    

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Tracey “Africa” Norman was a very successful model in the ’70s and ’80s, and managed to break into the world of fashion and modeling without letting anyone know that she was born male. Norman got her big break after sneaking into an interview for Italian Vogue. From there, she starred in campaigns for everyone from Avon to Clairol. 

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Mind Control & Paedophilia: BOOKS & PDFS

WHERE POSSIBLE I HAVE GIVEN  2 DIFFERENT LINKS JUST TO ENSURE EVERYONE CAN ACCESS & IN CASE ANY LINKS BREAK


THE SEARCH FOR THE “MANCHURIAN CANDIDATE” THE CIA & MIND CONTROL https://files.acrobat.com/a/preview/201dad4c-d76a-4015-8c9c-cc338efcb920          http://wikispooks.com/w/images/d/d9/CIA_Search_for_the_Manchurian_Candidate.pdf 

OCCULT THEOCRACY    by Lady Queenborough & Eidith Starr Miller https://files.acrobat.com/a/preview/76eff160-ad64-47bd-b66e-491ec0ebd684      http://www.whale.to/c/occult-theocracy.pdf

The Andy Pero Story. Project Superman – Mind Control Experiments                       https://spidercatweb.files.wordpress.com/2017/01/project-superman-mind-control-and-the-montauk-projects.pdf      http://archive.li/px85R

Cathy O’Brien’s Tranceformation America https://spidercatweb.files.wordpress.com/2017/01/tranceformation_america.pdf     audiobook   https://youtu.be/lzsYmdA_8-0

JAMES CASBOLT  MI6 Buried Alive  https://spidercatweb.files.wordpress.com/2017/01/james-casbolt-mi6-buried-alive.pdf  audiobook  https://youtu.be/CPbLXP2n4WI

OPERATION MIND CONTROL  http://www.rense.com/general96/Operation_Mind_Control.pdf  https://spidercatweb.files.wordpress.com/2017/02/operation_mind_control.pdf

Jose Silva The Silva Mind Control Method  https://archive.org/details/JoseSilvaTheSilvaMindControlMethod  https://spidercatweb.files.wordpress.com/2017/02/jose-silva-the-silva-mind-control-method.pdf


THANKS FOR THE MEMORIES BRICE TAYLOR   https://spidercatweb.files.wordpress.com/2017/02/brice-taylor-thanks-for-the-memories.pdf   http://files.meetup.com/562554/Brice%20Taylor%20-%20Thanks%20for%20the%20memories.pdf       

BriceTaylor & TedGunderson (2hrs approx) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Cb3KTQyP3zE 

MKULTRA-CIA Mind Control Research and Documentation  TED GUNNERSON  http://tedgunderson.info/index_htm_files/MKULTRA–CIA%20Mind%20Control%20Research%20and%20Documentation.pdf  https://spidercatweb.files.wordpress.com/2017/02/mkultra-cia-mind-control-research-and-documentation.pdf


FRITZ SPRINGMEIER

BLOODLINES OF THE ILLUMINATI  https://spidercatweb.files.wordpress.com/2017/01/bloodlines-of-the-illuminati-2002-fritz-springmeier.pdf   audiobook  https://youtu.be/PRAx3aColPg

The Illuminati Formula Used to Create an Undetectable Total Mind Controlled Slave http://loveforlife.com.au/files/total_mind_controlled.pdf  https://spidercatweb.files.wordpress.com/2017/02/total_mind_controlled.pdf

Deeper Insights into the Illuminati Formula  https://archive.org/details/pdfy-r4h3bvzSoE3Ln9Y7    https://spidercatweb.files.wordpress.com/2017/02/deeper-insights-into-the-illuminati-formula-by-fritz-springmeier.pdf

BE WISE AS SERPENTS  https://files.acrobat.com/a/preview/a7a34de5-4893-412a-a417-50212f566410       http://whale.to/b/springmeier9.html


PAEDOPHILIA

Playboy, Child Playmates, Violence, Kinsey, Sex Ed & Gender Identity https://spidercatweb.blog/2017/02/17/playboy-kinsey-paedo/

Boys on their contacts with men  Theo Sandfort  https://www.ipce.info/host/sandfort_87/index.htm

Paedophilia, The Radical Case   Tom O Carroll  PDF  https://www.ipce.info/host/radicase/radical_new_cleaned1.pdf

Paedophiles & Sexual Offences Against Children   Dennis Howett https://www.ipce.info/host/howitt/index.htm

The Sexual Life Of Children   Floyd M. Martinson https://www.ipce.info/host/martinson/index.html

Positive memories  T. Rivas   PDF https://www.ipce.info/host/rivas/pdf/pos_mem_2nd_ed.pdf

Reconstructing Paedophilia   Jonelle Naudé https://www.ipce.info/host/naude/naude.htm

R. vs Sharpe     John Robin Sharpe    https://www.ipce.info/host/sharpe/index.htm

Pedophilia   Horst Vogt   https://www.ipce.info/host/vogt/vogt_content.htm

The man they called a monster   Paul Wilson https://www.ipce.info/host/wilson/index.htm

The Child-Lovers    Glenn D. Wilson & David N. Cox https://www.ipce.info/host/wilson_83/index.htm

Child porn case dropped to prevent #FBI disclosure. #US #pizzagate

US prosecutors have dropped a case against a man accused of using a child porn site because the government refused to divulge how it revealed his identity.

The Playpen site was located on the Tor network which is used to anonymise web-browsing activity.

The FBI found a way around this to reveal the users’ real IP addresses and led to 200 prosecutions.

But it refused to reveal to the court how it managed the feat.

The site was located on the Tor network which many people use to browse the web anonymously. It conceals their location and identity by routing their connections through a chain of different computers and encrypting data in the process.

To get round this the FBI used what it called “network investigative techniques” and revealed people’s identities.

But it refused a request for information on its technological investigation techniques.

Federal prosecutor Annette Hayes wrote in a court filing on Friday that “because the government remains unwilling to disclose certain discovery related to the FBI’s deployment of a ‘network investigative technique'” it was “deprived of the evidence needed to establish defendant Jay Michaud’s guilt beyond reasonable doubt”.

The government’s Motion to Dismiss order is pending before the court and the judge is expected to sign a dismissal order “within the next day or two”, the assistant public defender Colin Fieman told the BBC.

Mr Michaud’s case is one of many emerging from the investigation into Playpen users.

In December, the Assistant Attorney General Leslie Caldwell said the investigation of Playpen led to more than 200 active prosecutions and the identification or rescue of at least 49 American children who were subject to sexual abuse.

In January, Michael Fluckiger was sentenced to 20 years in jail for running the Playpen site.

Once the site’s administrators had been arrested, the FBI kept the site going for 13 days to gather information about members.

www.bbc.co.uk/news/technology-39180204

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Child Sexual Abuse inquiry judge urged to investigate #Dunblane boarding school #CSA #QVS

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Abuse inquiry judge urged to investigate Dunblane boarding school

March 5 2017, 12:01am

The Sunday Times

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The judge at the helm of an historic child abuse review in Scotland is being urged to investigate a top private school with links to the royal family.

Glenn Harrison, a former housemaster at Dunblane’s Queen Victoria School (QVS), has raised fresh concern that pupils were sexually abused by a paedophile ring during the 1980s and 1990s. He first blew the whistle 26 years ago but has written to Lady Anne Smith, chairwoman of the Scottish child abuse inquiry, making a new case for its inclusion in her review.

The prestigious school, attended by children of Scottish servicemen and women, did not feature on a list published in January that detailed more than 60 establishments under investigation.

The omission has raised eyebrows in legal circles and among child abuse campaigners who believe that there is a prima facie case for fresh examination of Harrison’s claims.

The Sunday Times understands that discussions about the school’s inclusion arose shortly after ministers announced the inquiry in October 2015. It was argued that as the independent boarding school is funded by the Ministry of Defence (MoD), it might fall within the remit of a mirror inquiry running in England and Wales.

On Friday, a spokesman for the Independent Inquiry into Child Sexual Abuse said its remit was to consider institutional failure to protect children from sexual abuse and exploitation in England and Wales. Although the inquiry can consider failures by English and Welsh institutions outside those two countries, it said there are “no current plans to investigate issues” relating to Queen Victoria School.

The admission has prompted fresh calls for Lady Smith to include the Dunblane school in her abuse inquiry, particularly in light of Harrison’s approach. Simon Collins, a lawyer representing the charity In Care Abuse Survivors, said: “My view is that if abuse is alleged to have taken place in Scotland, then it should be considered as part of the Scottish inquiry.”

One lawyer, who asked not to be named, said it was “disgraceful” that QVS was not among the institutions named in January, which included leading private schools such as Gordonstoun and Fettes. However, a spokeswoman for the inquiry said more establishments in Scotland could yet be investigated.

Queen Victoria School, which counts the Duke of Edinburgh as its patron, has been dogged by claims that pupils were abused by high-ranking government officials since Harrison raised concern in a letter to parents in 1991.

At the time, he was convinced that young boys were in danger and claimed that a group known as Friends of QVS would often take boys away for the weekend, with the pupils returning “distressed but flush with cash”.

It was later claimed that Thomas Hamilton, the man who carried out the Dunblane massacre in 1996, was a paedophile who had close ties to the school. Several investigations, by the police and the now-defunct Scottish Schools Inspectorate, failed to find evidence to support Harrison’s concerns.

A spokeswoman from the Scottish Child Abuse Inquiry, said: “We are currently undertaking over 60 investigations into individual establishments. We will announce further investigations in due course. The fact that a particular establishment was not mentioned at the preliminary hearing does not mean that it will not be investigated. We would encourage anyone with relevant evidence to come forward and share their experience.”

The MoD and QVS declined to comment.

http://www.thetimes.co.uk/edition/scotland/abuse-inquiry-judge-urged-to-investigate-dunblane-boarding-school-c8fztvwls  https://archive.is/pIE9B

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RENDITION PROJECT. Scotland & the #CIA torture flights

 

9 JAN 2017

Capture.JPGPolice Scotland have been condemned for “incredible” delays in their probe into the use of Scots airports for CIA torture flights.

More than three years into their investigation, they have refused to reveal what progress has been made.

Campaigners say there is an urgent need to know what part Scotland played in rendition – where US prisoners were sent to be tortured overseas in the wake of 9/11 – ahead of Donald Trump’s presidency.

It is feared Trump, who has advocated “a lot worse than waterboarding”, may reinstate rendition in the US war on terror.

Former Scottish Secretary Alistair Carmichael, who called for an independent inquiry into the UK Government’s involvement in rendition, hit out at the delays.

The Lib Dem MP said: “It is incredible that an investigation of this sort should take so long and produce so little. Either Police Scotland are not taking it seriously or they are not getting proper co-operation from UK intelligence services. Britain and Scotland should not be used as a glorified stopover for Trump as he drives a coach and horses through international law.”

Barack Obama banned the transfer of prisoners to countries where they would be tortured, including flying people to CIA secret prisons outside the US.

Police are looking at the extent of CIA flights operated through UK airports – including Edinburgh, Wick, Inverness, Aberdeen, Dundee and Leuchars. – for fuel stops and overnight stays.

Research from the Rendition Project, found more than 1620 flights in and out of the UK by aircraft documented as being involved in alleged rendition. It is not clear how many were carrying detainees.

Human rights charity Reprieve have written to Scottish Justice Secretary Michael Matheson demanding to know if Police Scotland have made recommendations to the Crown Office in the investigation.

Reprieve’s Clive Stafford Smith said: “With torture enthusiast Donald Trump headed for the White House, the Scottish and UK Governments must up their game. We know Scottish airports were used in the Bush era by CIA jets carrying out ‘rendition’ operations. The Scottish and UK Governments need to make clear to Trump that this will not be tolerated. That is why it is worrying that so little progress seems to have been made.”

Green MSP John Finnie, who called for an investigation into the flights in 2013, will write to Lord Advocate James Wolffe this week asking for an update.

Police Scotland said: “The investigation is still ongoing with regular updates being provided to Crown Office. It would be inappropriate to comment further.”

https://www.google.co.uk/amp/www.dailyrecord.co.uk/news/scottish-news/cops-slammed-over-scottish-airports-9587106.amp  https://archive.is/FwYzY


2 Feb 2016

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THE UK GOVERNMENT is facing demands to reveal the details of a secret flight through Scottish airspace which was at the centre of a plot to capture whistleblower Edward Snowden.

The plane, which passed above the Outer Hebrides, the Highlands and Aberdeenshire, was dispatched from the American east coast on June 24 2013, the day after Snowden left Hong Kong for Moscow. The craft was used in controversial US ‘rendition’ missions.

Reports by Scottish journalist Duncan Campbell claim the flight, travelling well above the standard aviation height at 45,000 feet and without a filed flight plan, was part of a mission to capture Snowden following his release of documents revealing mass surveillance by US and UK secret services.

That the flight passed over Scotland, airspace regulated by the UK, has raised questions over UK complicity in a covert mission to arrest Snowden and whether any police, aviation or political authorities in Scotland were made aware of the flight path.

Alex Salmond, the SNP foreign affairs spokesman and Scotland’s First Minister when the flight took place, has called for full transparency from the UK Government over the case.

He said: “As a matter of course and courtesy, any country, particularly an ally, should be open about the purposes of a flight and the use of foreign airspace or indeed airports.”

“What we need to know now is, was this information given to the UK Government at the time. If so, then why did they give permission? If not, then why not? As a minimum requirement, the UK authorities should not allow any activity in breach of international law in either its airspace or its airports.

“That is what an independent Scotland should insist on. Of course, since no rendition actually took place in this instance, it is a moot point as to whether intention can constitute a breach of human rights. However, we are entitled to ask what the UK Government knew and when did they know it.”

The flight took place after US federal prosecutors filed a criminal complaint against Snowden on June 14. Regular meetings with the FBI and CIA, convened by US Homeland Security adviser Lisa Monaco, then planned Snowden’s arrest for alleged breaches of the Espionage Act, according to The Washington Post.

New documents, revealed by Danish media group Denfri, confirm that the N977GA plane was held at a Copenhagen airport for “state purposes of a non-commercial nature”. Two days later Danish authorities received an “urgent notification” from the US Department of Justice to cooperate in arresting Snowden.

N977GA was previously identified by Dave Willis in Air Force Monthly as an aircraft used for CIA rendition flights of US prisoners. This included the extradition of cleric Abu Hamza from the UK. Snowden accused the Danish Government of conspiring in his arrest. In response to flight reports, he said: “Remember when the Prime Minister Rasmussen said Denmark shouldn’t respect asylum law in my case? Turns out he had a secret.”

Snowden was behind the largest leak of classified information in history, revealing spying activities that were later deemed illegal on both sides of the Atlantic. He was elected rector at the University of Glasgow in February 2014, yet is unable to fully carry out his duties.

Patrick Harvie, co-convener of the Scottish Green Party, echoed calls for an inquiry into the flight: “It will certainly raise suspicions that an aircraft previously identified as involved in rendition flew through UK airspace at that time. We have a right to know what UK and Scottish authorities knew about this flight given it is implicated in the US response to whistleblowing about global surveillance.”

ATTEMPTS to arrest Snowden have failed as Russian authorities refused to comply. However, pressure from US authorities made it dangerous for Snowden to travel from Russia to Latin America, where Ecuador, Nicaragua, Bolivia, and Venezuela have all offered him asylum.

The presidential plane of Bolivian leader Evo Morales was forced to ground in Vienna, after four EU nations refused airspace access on the mistaken belief that Snowden was hidden on board.

In 2013 Police Scotland launched an investigation into whether other US rendition flights – where prisoners were taken to blacklist torture sites – used Scottish airports or airspace.

In 2006 aviation expert Chris Yates said it was likely that a US rendition flight had passed through Scottish airspace to Syria, in a case where the prisoner, Maher Arar, said he was tortured.

In 2008 then foreign secretary David Miliband admitted that UK airports had been used for US rendition flights and apologised for previous government denials.

American politics lecturer John MacDonald, director of foreign policy group the Scottish Global Forum, said: “Given the constitutional arrangements, there are a number of areas in which the Scottish Government may well have interests or concerns but will be excluded because security arrangements with the US are deemed ‘out of bounds’ for Scotland.

“However, if you take serious the supposition that all responsible governments have a moral and legal obligation to raise questions about flights which may be involved in dubious security and intelligence activities, then the Scottish Government may well have an interest in – or even be obliged to –raise questions.

“Questions have already been raised about the nature of military and intelligence air traffic through Scotland and if this activity is raising concerns within Scottish civil society – and it seems to be – then it is surely incumbent upon the Scottish Government to raise the issue with London.”

National Air Traffic Control Systems (Nats), who control flight access to UK airspace, said rendition flights are an issue for the UK Government. In response to questions, the UK Government refused to provide details on attempts to arrest Snowden or on the passage of the N977GA flight.

The Scottish Government also avoided a direct statement on the case on legal grounds. A spokesman said: “There is already an ongoing Police Scotland investigation, directed by the Lord Advocate. This investigation will seek to gather all available evidence of rendition flights using Scottish airports. As this is a live investigation it would be inappropriate to comment further.”

During his two and a half years in Moscow, Snowden has caused diplomatic ruptures and a worldwide debate on privacy and state security. In October 2015 the European Parliament voted narrowly, in a non-binding motion, to drop charges against him in recognition of “his status as [a] whistle-blower and international human rights defender”.

 http://www.thenational.scot/news/14901594.Secret_US_flight_flew_over_Scottish_airspace_to_capture_Snowden/  https://archive.is/NYoRD

19 APR 2015

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A RENDITION expert fears police have been too quick to clear American spooks over torture flights landing in Scotland.

Police are investigating CIA rendition flights which ferried terror suspects around the world to Guantanamo Bay and secret torture camps.

We told last week how detectives now do not believe detainees were on board when flights touched down in Scotland.

Yesterday Dr Sam Raphael compared the planes to getaway cars used in a bank jobs, and said a crime still took place.

The Sunday Mail also understands Scots detectives have requested a full version of a US Senate report detailing a network of CIA torture prisons.

The document includes information which nails three flights which touched down in Scotland as being involved in transporting suspects for torture.

Dr Sam Raphael, author of The Rendition Project

Dr Raphael, an academic behind research group the Rendition Project, said: “We’re told there were no detainees on board the planes when they landed in Scotland but that’s missing the point.The investigation is into whether those flights – which were on the way to or from rendition operations – have broken Scots law. Were the people on the aircraft violating Scottish law by committing acts preparatory to kidnap and torture? And did any government official at Holyrood or Westminster know these acts were taking place? An individual can be guilty of involvement in a bank robbery if they drive the getaway car – they don’t have to be the person holding the gun.”

We revealed last year that police were focusing on six stopovers – four at Prestwick airport and two at Glasgow.

The US Senate report – partially declassified in December – provides further information relating to three of them.

It mentions the suspects’ treatment in countries they were transported to.

The CIA used Gulfstream jets to move prisoners around the world and take them to Guantanamo.

One is Khaled Sheikh Mohammed who was rendered from Afghanistan to Poland for torture in 2003.

Gulfstream Jet N379P – dubbed the Guantanamo Express – stopped at Glasgow Airport in March 2003 on the way back from dropping him off at a CIA torture prison in Poland known as Detention Site Blue.

Dr Raphael said: “What’s been released is a summary about 500 hundreds pages. The full report is some 6000 pages long.

“Facts, dates and locations have been redacted. If Scottish police were able to get the unedited version, they would have access to a lot of potential evidence.”

Police Scotland’s Major Crime and Terrorism Investigation Unit are leading the inquiry.

We revealed last week that a two-year probe into the so-called rendition flights has failed to unearth evidence that terror suspects were on planes which landed in Scotland.

http://www.dailyrecord.co.uk/news/scottish-news/rendition-expert-fears-police-were-5546817  https://archive.is/grzm8


12 APR 2015

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There is no proof that prisoners were on board when CIA torture flights landed in Scotland, detectives claim.

A two-year police probe into the so-called rendition flights has failed to unearth evidence that terror suspects were travelling on planes which used Scots airports.

Officers from Police Scotland’s Major Crime and Terrorism Investigation Unit launched a major inquiry into evidence that aircraft travelled via Scotland to or from torture sites.

Researchers believe the flights were part of rendition circuits used by the US to move terror suspects between secret jails and interrogation centres.

We revealed last year that detectives were focusing their inquiries on six stopovers in Scotland.

Dozens of other CIA-linked flights which passed through Scottish airports are also suspected as possible rendition flights.

Police last week revealed a probe into “extraordinary rendition was ongoing” but said nothing had been found to suggest suspects were on board at the time.

It’s believed the Scottish stopovers may have been for refuelling, crew rest or other technical reasons.

It’s unclear what charges could result from the police inquiry but Scotland’s top law officer has instructed detectives to carry out a thorough probe.

A previous investigation in 2007 and 2008 found insufficient evidence to proceed any further but in 2013 Lord Advocate Frank Mulholland QC asked police to reopen the inquiry.

He said at the time: “There should be no dilly-dallying. I am confident the police will conduct a thorough inquiry. The use of  torture cannot be condoned. It is against international law and the common law of Scotland.”

The police are understood to be focusing on six stopovers – four at Prestwick Airport in Ayrshire and two at Glasgow.

All are “known or highly likely” to have been part of rendition circuits.

Other flights implicated in possible rendition landed at Edinburgh, Wick, Inverness, Aberdeen, Dundee and Leuchars

The police probe includes looking at evidence a CIA jet landed in Glasgow after carrying 9/11 mastermind Khalid Sheikh Mohammed to a secret torture prison in Poland.

A rendition circuit was a series of flights by a CIA aircraft, picking up suspects from one foreign prison and taking them to another before returning to America.

Academics from research group the Rendition Project say jets would stop in Scotland on the outward or return legs of rendition circuits.

The project’s Dr Sam Raphael said: “We welcome the police investigation. It needs to be robust and comprehensive to get to the bottom of Scottish involvement in these crimes.”

In December, a US Senate investigation found a network of CIA torture prisons – known as black sites – from Thailand to Poland to the notorious Guantanamo Bay in Cuba.

Their report triggered demands for a similar, full-scale inquiry in Britain.

Mulholland also instructed Scots detectives to scrutinise the report for evidence which may help their inquiry.

DCI Faroque Hussain, of Police Scotland’s Border Policing Command Investigations, said: “An investigation into extra-ordinary rendition is ongoing. Inquiries to date have not uncovered evidence of detainees being on board aircraft which stopped in Scottish airports.”

Last week, the Foreign and Commonwealth Office said they were considering releasing flight records relating to Diego Garcia, following disclosures in the US that interrogations took place at a CIA black site on the British-governed island in the Indian Ocean. FCO officials said they are “still assessing the suitability of the full flight records for publication”

http://www.dailyrecord.co.uk/news/scottish-news/cia-torture-flights-scotland-detectives-5502867  https://archive.is/cT8Wa


22 JUN 2014

Capture.JPGPOLICE are investigating evidence that a CIA jet landed in Glasgow after carrying 9/11 mastermind Khalid Sheikh Mohammed to a secret torture prison in Poland.

And the Sunday Mail can reveal that elite detectives are also probing five other stopovers in Scotland, which researchers suspect were part of CIA “rendition circuits” to move terror suspects between secret jails and torture sites.

A rendition circuit was a series of flights by a CIA aircraft, often leaving the US, picking up suspects from one foreign prison, taking them to another and then returning to America.

Researchers from pressure group The Rendition Project say jets would stop in Scotland on the outward or return legs.

The six stops police are understood to be focusing on – four at Prestwick and two at Glasgow – are “known or highly likely” to have been part of rendition circuits.

A seventh flight is suspected but unconfirmed and the experts believe there may have been many more.

They say CIA aircraft made hundreds of stops at airports around Scotland which they suspect were linked in some way to rendition.

Chief al-Qaeda strategist Mohammed, the brains behind the 9/11 atrocity, was arrested in Pakistan on March 1, 2003, and taken to the US base at Bagram in Afghanistan.

Next day, according to the researchers, a CIA jet left Dulles airport in Washington and flew to Bagram, via Prague and Tashkent in Uzbekistan.

The experts suspect that the plane collected Mohammed and took him to a secret prison – or “black site” – in Poland.

He later claimed he was tortured there for six months. He said the CIA told him they would not let him die but would take him “to the verge of death and back again”.

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Mohammed said he was beaten, forced to stand for hours on end and hosed down with water. He also claimed his interrogators put a plastic collar round his neck and used it to repeatedly slam his head against a wall.

And he alleged he was subjected five times to waterboarding, where a suspect is suspended upside-down and his face is forced into a water-soaked cloth, preventing him from breathing.

The researchers’ evidence suggests that after delivering Mohammed to Poland, the CIA jet returned to Prague.

It then allegedly flew on to Glasgow on March 8, where it spent 24 hours before heading back to Washington.

The Rendition Project also suspect that another of the architects of 9/11, Yemeni fanatic Ramzi bin al Shibh, was rendered from Morocco to Poland the month before Mohammed by a jet which then stopped at Prestwick.

Detectives from the Major Crime and Terrorism Investigation Unit, based at Govan police station in Glasgow, are probing the possible involvement of Scotland in rendition flights and speaking to potential witnesses.

A previous investigation in 2007 and 2008 found insufficient evidence to back the claims, but Lord Advocate Frank Mulholland QC asked police last year to reopen the inquiry.

He said at the time: “There should be no dilly-dallying. I am confident the police will conduct a thorough inquiry. The use of torture cannot be condoned. It is against international law and the common law of Scotland.”

At Mulholland’s request, detectives are looking at evidence compiled by the Rendition Project, led by Dr Sam Raphael of Kingston University in London and Dr Ruth Blakeley of the University of Kent.

Raphael and Blakeley say they have detailed information on CIA stops in Scotland, including that of the jet which  possibly took Mohammed to Poland and the five other “known or highly likely” rendition flights.

They believe that 50 aircraft linked to renditions landed in Scotland between September 2001 and September 2006. Flights allegedly used Prestwick, Glasgow, Edinburgh, Wick, Inverness, Aberdeen, Dundee and RAF Leuchars.

Raphael and Blakeley believe another 83 CIA flights stopped in Scotland on the way to or from countries known to be involved in secret detentions, including Afghanistan, Algeria, Egypt, Georgia, Iraq, Jordan, Libya, Morocco, Pakistan, Poland, Romania, Thailand, the United Arab Emirates, Uzbekistan and Yemen.

The Rendition Project say these flights may have carried prisoners, or provided support for the programme by taking interrogators or supplies to black sites.

Raphael and Blakeley say five of the “known or highly likely” flights, including the one which possibly transported Mohammed, involved Gulfstream jet N379P.

It was known as the Guantanamo Express because it flew suspects to the notorious US detention centre in Cuba. Mohammed remains there to this day.

The researchers believe N379P stopped in Prestwick in December 2001 after taking two Egyptian suspects, Mohamed el-Zery and Ahmed Agiza, from Sweden to a torture site in Cairo.

The pair later alleged they were put on the plane after being dressed in nappies and overalls, hooded, handcuffed and bound at the ankles. Once aboard, they were strapped down on a mattress.

In Cairo, Agiza alleges torturers put electrodes on his genitals and threatened to kill him and rape his family.

El-Zery claims he was blindfolded for two months, given shocks to his ears, nipples and genitals, and held in a 5ft by 5ft cell for 10 months. Both men are now free.

Raphael and Blakeley also suspect that N379P went through Prestwick on January 15, 2002, after a rendition  operation involving another Egyptian, Mohammed Saad Iqbal Madni.

Madni had been arrested in Jakarta, Indonesia, at the request of the CIA.

He claimed he was beaten up in Indonesia by an Egyptian intelligence agent , then handcuffed, put in leg irons and taken aboard the CIA plane, where he was shut inside a wooden box.

Madni said he was taken to Cairo and interrogated for 12 to 15 hours at a time about Afghanistan and Osama Bin Laden. When he failed to provide answers, he was given electric shocks.

He claimed he spent three months in a 6ft by 4ft room before the Americans flew him to Afghanistan, where he was regularly beaten and placed in the “strappado” position – hanging from the ceiling with his feet barely touching the ground.

A year later, he was flown to Guantanamo, where he twice tried to hang himself. He was freed without charge in 2008.

Raphael told us: “We welcome the police investigation. It needs to be robust and comprehensive to get to the bottom of Scottish involvement in these crimes. The Rendition Project last year released the largest public set of evidence regarding rendition flights in the ‘war on terror’. We have demonstrated conclusively that CIA aircraft landed at Scottish airports hundreds of times between  2001 and 2006, when the Agency was operating its global system of rendition, secret detention and torture. We have also documented specific cases where Scottish airports played a key logistical role in operations where individuals were transferred illegally by the CIA and tortured in secret.”

Raphael called on the Scots detectives to study the US Senate’s 6300-page Torture Report, now being declassifed.

He said: “Details in there would confirm for sure what role Scotland played.”

He also urged police to study documents from the Detainee Inquiry in London, which closed at the end of last year.

The Crown Office said it would be inappropriate to comment on a live investigation. Police said: “Inquiries into the matter are ongoing.”http://www.dailyrecord.co.uk/news/scottish-news/revealed-police-investigate-evidence-six-3741550  https://archive.is/rUQuL

A jet owned by a senior executive in the US firm which has bought Liverpool Football Club was chartered by the CIA and used in flights allegedly linked to the rendition of terror suspects.

The plane is owned by Phillip Morse, 69, the vice-chairman of New England Sports Ventures, which bought the club on Friday for £300million.

An investigation has established that between 2002 and 2005 the CIA chartered the plane from Mr Morse for millions of pounds and made extensive use of it.

Paid by the CIA: Philip Morse, above right, with ex-U.S. president George Bush Snr

Paid by the CIA: Philip Morse, above right, with ex-U.S. president George Bush Snr

Inquiries by the European Parliament and human rights groups have linked the plane to alleged extraordinary rendition operations which took place during the same period.

A European Parliament report linked the jet directly to the abduction of Abu Omar, an Islamic preacher, who was snatched from a Milan street by the CIA in 2003 before being taken to Cairo.

Extraordinary rendition entails the abduction and transfer of a terrorist suspect from one country to another. People have been taken to states such as Egypt, Syria, Morocco and Uzbekistan which are suspected of practising torture in violation of a United Nations Convention.

The disclosure that such a senior figure in New England Sports Ventures (NESV) has been paid millions by the CIA is likely to alarm football fans already concerned that one of the country’s most prestigious clubs is still in American hands.

Snatched: Abu Omar was apprehended by the CIA while in Italy

Snatched: Abu Omar was apprehended by the CIA while in Italy

Mr Omar was snatched by the CIA in 2003 despite having been granted political asylum by the Italian government. He was moved to an American air force base at Aviano near Venice before being transported to a NATO base in Ramstein in Germany. He was then flown from Germany to Cairo.

The European Parliament report reproduced flight documents for Mr Morse’s jet, which carries the logo of the Boston Red Sox baseball team, also owned by NESV, on its tail fin. The 19-seater Gulfstream IV, with the registration N85VM, flew from Washington to Ramstein on February 4, 2003.

On February 17, the day of Mr Omar’s abduction and rendition, the plane left Ramstein at 6.52pm and arrived in Cairo at 10.30pm. The following day the plane made the return journey to Washington via Shannon in Ireland.

MEPs and European rights campaigners believe the plane may have been used in other rendition operations. They point out that its travel destinations, which are detailed in flight logs, are totally at odds with those expected of a normal private charter jet.

During the same period it was on loan to the CIA the jet flew to Kabul in Afghanistan, Rabat in Morocco, Tripoli in Libya and Baku in Azerbaijan. The jet, which changed its registrations details in December 2004 to N227SV, also made at least 51 trips to Guantanamo Bay, Cuba.

Amnesty International, which produced a report on rendition flights in 2006, believes the aircraft may have notched up 114 separate take offs and landings at the facility.

In a report released exclusively to The Mail on Sunday last week, human rights group Reprieve raises concerns that the plane was used in at least two more rendition flights.

It links a flight from Guantanamo Bay to Morocco on March 27 2004 and a journey from Guantanamo to Romania and Morocco on April 12 2004 to the abduction of al Qaeda operatives Abd al Rahim al-Nashiri, Abu Zubaydah, Ramzi bin al-Shibh and Mustafa al-Hawsawi.

Abduction link: Mr Morse's jet with the Red Sox logo on its tail fin

Abduction link: Mr Morse’s jet with the Red Sox logo on its tail fin

All four men were reportedly transferred from Guantanamo to foreign prisons in March and April 2004.

The CIA subsequently admitted that it has video footage of al-Shibh under interrogation in a Morocco black prison. The plane’s flight records show it also made a series of visits to RAF Leuchars in Scotland and also landed at Glasgow, Edinburgh and Luton airports.

Located by The Mail on Sunday at his home in Florida on Friday night, Mr Morse confirmed the arrangement with the CIA. He said: ‘Yeah, that’s true.’

But he insisted he had stopped renting the plane to the agency after he became aware of the rendition of Mr Omar.

He said: ‘The plane is still chartered. It’s just not chartered to the CIA.’

He said he became aware of the investigation into Mr Omar’s abduction in early 2005 and at that point he stopped hiring the jet to the CIA.

He said: ‘I didn’t know anything at the time. I don’t know that it’s ever been verified.’

Mr Morse, a partner in NESV, made his fortune from a company he founded which makes tubes used in heart surgery.

In 2002 he bought a ten per cent stake in NESV, which experts believe was valued at £26million at the time.

Mr Morse bought the white Gulfstream IV in 1995.

Clara Gutteridge of Reprieve said: ‘Questions have now been raised about the involvement of Mr Morse’s plane N85VM in three illegal rendition operations, and Reprieve is actively investigating its involvement in a number of further “transfers to torture. In light of these revelations, I hope very much that Mr Morse’s moral fibre is of the same high calibre as his bank balance. I therefore look forward to Mr Morse’s full co-operation with our investigations into the clandestine activities of this executive jet. If Mr Morse fails to assist in investigations, this would raise serious questions as to his fitness to own Liverpool Football Club.’

Overseas tycoons now own nine of the 20 Premier League clubs. A NESV UK spokesman said: ‘Phillip is a passive investor in NESV and is not involved in our work here in the UK. Phillip addressed these questions publicly back in 2005, and any further inquiries about the use of his private plane are really a matter for Phillip.’ http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-1321244/CIA-paid-Liverpool-buyout-tycoons-millions–use-jet-torture-flights.html#ixzz4ZpCkrbCt   https://archive.is/SCeSP


George Herbert Walker Bush CIA DIRECTOR  30 Jan 1976–20 Jan 1977 https://www.cia.gov/library/center-for-the-study-of-intelligence/csi-publications/books-and-monographs/directors-and-deputy-directors-of-central-intelligence/bush.html   https://archive.is/L6UC

https://www.britannica.com/topic/list-of-Central-Intelligence-Agency-directors-1787118  https://archive.is/52EzF


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scottish involvement in extraordinary rendition – The Rendition Project   https://spidercatweb.files.wordpress.com/2017/02/pdf-96-reprieve-nov-2009-scottish-involvement-in-rendition.pdfhttps://www.therenditionproject.org.uk/pdf/PDF%2096%20[Reprieve,%20Nov%202009.%20Scottish%20Involvement%20in%20Rendition].pdf

 

 

 

 

Kim Jong-nam, Porton Down & VX Nerve Agent

VX (nerve agent) 

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/VX_(nerve_agent)#Treatment

VX (IUPAC name: O-ethyl S-[2-(diisopropylamino)ethyl] methylphosphonothioate), an extremely toxic organophosphate, is a tasteless and odorless liquid with an amber-like color that severely disrupts the body’s nervous system and is used as a nerve agent in chemical warfare. Ten milligrams (0.00035 oz) is sufficient for it to be fatal through skin contact, and the median lethal dose for inhalation is estimated to be 30–50 mg·min/m3. As a chemical weapon, it is classified as a weapon of mass destruction (WMD) by the United Nations Resolution 687. The production and stockpiling of VX exceeding 100 grams (3.53 oz) per year was outlawed by the Chemical Weapons Convention of 1993. The only exception is for “research, medical or pharmaceutical purposes outside a single small-scale facility in aggregate quantities not exceeding 10 kg [22 lb] per year per facility”.[3]

The VX nerve agent is the best-known of the V-series of nerve agents and is considered an area denial weapon due to its physical properties. It is far more potent than sarin, another well-known nerve agent toxin, but works in a similar way.

Dugway sheep incident  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dugway_sheep_incident

Death of Kim Jong-nam  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Death_of_Kim_Jong-nam


23rd – 26th Feb 2017  Kim Jong Nam

PORTON DOWN

Declassified, Porton Down Human Experimentation SARIN, PYREXAL & VX VAPOUR  https://spidercatweb.blog/2015/12/03/human-experimentation-declassified-files-porton-down-sarin-pyrexal-vx-vapour/

https://spidercatweb.files.wordpress.com/2017/02/porton_down_bell_documents.pdf

NERVE AGENTS GA, GB, GD, GF, AND VX Final AEGL https://www.epa.gov/sites/production/files/2014-11/documents/tsd21b.pdf  https://spidercatweb.files.wordpress.com/2017/02/tsd21b.pdf

Brian_Balmer_presentation.pdf http://www.who.int/global_health_histories/seminars/Brian_Balmer_presentation.pdf

Making the UK safer: detecting and decontaminating chemical and biological agents https://royalsociety.org/~/media/Royal_Society_Content/policy/publications/2004/9714.pdf

UK Porton Down WMD Expert Dies In Aircrash – UK Indymedia https://www.indymedia.org.uk/en/2004/10/300081.html     https://archive.is/fXpHn 25 Oct 2004Porton Down’s commercial arm is of course Bioport, supplier of the ill-tested … http://www.mod.uk/linked_files/iraq/wmd.pdf … after my wife had retreived still secret ‘Court of Enquiry’documents into the death of

 

Did We Finish Looking Into Those 1,700 Pentagon Child Porn Cases?

Matthew Phelan  07/22/14 04:21PM

Inquiries into why Britain’s Home Office mysteriously lost 100 files documenting allegations of an organized pedophile ring involving politicians seem to have stalled recently, with the panel’s chair stepping down, due to a conflict of interest. Did America drop the ball on one these high-level child abuse cases too?

Way back in January 2011, the Boston Globe discovered that Defense Department investigators had failed to finish reviewing 1,700 cases of Pentagon employees (and contractors) purchasing and downloading child pornography—finishing off a review of 5,200 cases that had been submitted to them by the Immigration and Customs Enforcement agency (ICE), which has the unenviable task of pursuing that sort of thing. Within the week, contrite members of the Department of Defense Inspector General’s office had contacted the Globe vowing to correct this ghastly oversight:

Gordon S. Heddell, the Department of Defense’s inspector general, said in a statement to the Globe that his office is working aggressively to correct the mishandling of cases identified in a multidepartment government probe called Operation Flicker.

“I can assure those with questions that my office is conducting an aggressive pursuit of anyone implicated in Operation Flicker and that it is a key investigative priority,” Heddell said in his first public statement on the matter.

Three and half years later, perhaps it’s worth asking how that went.

Gordon S. Heddell stepped down from his post in December 2011 a few days before Christmas, but a few Pentagon cases from Operation Flicker’s investigation have been successfully prosecuted. Working with ICE, the Naval Criminal Investigative Service (NCIS! Like the show!) managed to convict a 40-year old man, Carlton Williams, for possessing “over 6,000 images and 100 videos depicting children engaged in sexually explicit conduct, including prepubescent children under the age of 12.” A contractor working at the U.S. Naval Support Activity Center in Panama City Beach, Florida was also arrested and, according to legal records accessed via PACER, has plead guilty and will serve a sentence of nine years and one month:

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So, that’s two down.

America’s passionate community of paranoid dot-connectors are very busy tying this scandal to the UK’s elite pedophile scandal, blackmail allegations, dissident entrapment schemes, and vast ritualistic child sex abuse cults. Jittery, economically depressed, and emotionally numb, the public is dying to know: What about the remaining 1,698 accused military employees and contractors?

“Sorry, but we cannot release information about these cases at this time,” Brenda Rolin of the Department of Defense Inspector General’s Public Affairs Office told Black Bag via email. “We recommend you request information on the closed cases through the Freedom of Information Act process.”

Cool. Thanks, Brenda. Delegating all bad press to your agency’s FOIA compliance officer is very true to the spirit of the original 1966 act “to amend section 3 of the Administrative Procedure Act, chapter 324, of the Act of June 11, 1946 (60 Stat. 238), to clarify and protect the right of the public to information, and for other purposes.” Your assistance in this matter is duly appreciated.

This post will be updated as these FOIA requests are sent and processed.

Update, 9/26/2014: a FOIA was filed; the Pentagon says there’s still “an open investigation.” You can read about it here.


COMMENTS
NYNYNYjr  07/22/14 06:56PM

When you say 1,700 cases and 5,200 cases… does that reflect numbers of people in any way? Or could that number of cases represent 10 suspects… ? Or could each case represent a 10-person conspiracy, and possibly those cases represent hundreds of thousands of people? ?

Matthew Phelan 07/22/14 07:06PM

This is a good question. ICE found 5,200 Pentagon employees and military contractors that they suspected of purchasing/downloading/distributing/etc./etc. child porn.

Of the 3,500 or so that they investigated, they determined that there were around 300 legitimate cases. So, it stands to reason that there could be about 150-or-so more legit cases hiding in the 1,700 cases that were not yet examined by January 2011. There obviously could be a lot more or could be a lot less.

The redacted information on the Pentagon-related Project Flicker cases gives a pretty good impression of how varied these are. There’s truly terrible organized little pedophile rings like the “Home Collection” case and then there’s some unfortunate putz who had some legal porn featuring petite, young-looking actresses.


http://blackbag.gawker.com/uh-did-we-finish-looking-into-those-1-700-pentagon-chi-1609060355  http://archive.li/YEWgi

Nuclear bunker houses ‘Wiltshire’s biggest cannabis factory’ #HumanTrafficking 

February 23, 2017

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A large-scale cannabis factory has been found in an underground former nuclear bunker, Wiltshire police have said.
Several thousand cannabis plants with an estimated street value of £1m were seized in a raid on RGHQ Chilmark.
Six men were arrested on suspicion of cannabis production following the midnight raid on Wednesday.
There are 20 rooms in the building with almost every one converted for the wholesale production of cannabis plants, police said.
The former Ministry of Defence bunker, was built in the 1980s to protect local dignitaries and government officials in the event of a nuclear attack. Described as “almost completely impenetrable”, Wiltshire Police had to wait for the suspects to leave the bunker before they could gain access.

Det Insp Paul Franklin, said it was only after getting through the nuclear blast doors, that the “enormous set up” was discovered.

‘Largest crops’

“There are approximately 20 rooms in the building, split over two floors, each 200ft long and 70ft wide,” he said. “Almost every single room had been converted for the wholesale production of cannabis plants, and there was a large amount of evidence of previous crops.”

He added that he was convinced it was “one of the largest crops ever discovered” in the county.

Three men, aged 15, 19, and 37, all of no fixed abode, were arrested on suspicion of cannabis production.

A further three men, aged 27, 30 and 45, all from Somerset, were arrested on suspicion of cannabis production and human trafficking offences.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-wiltshire-39064526  http://archive.is/MaFFI


Illegal immigrants tended £100,000 cannabis farm to pay back their traffickers

Two Albanian illegal immigrants who were caught tending a £100,000 cannabis plantation in a Gloucester warehouse have been jailed for four months each.

Muj Toskaj, 24, and Blerim Mustavataj, 29, were told at Gloucester Crown Court that they will be deported at the end of their sentences.

The pair had both come to Britain to try to find legitimate work but when they could not they were pressurised to pay the people who trafficked them into the UK, the court was told.

They were then both recruited to live in a warehouse in Barton Street, Gloucester, where the plantation was growing and their role was to keep it watered.

“That turned out to be a fairly dead end. He was then directed towards this cannabis unit and was told he would be paid £80 a week to water the plants.”

Both admitted a charge of cultivating cannabis on January 15 this year and Judge Michael Harington accepted they had a ‘lesser role’ in the illegal operation.

Jailing them for four months each he said he understood they would be deported at the completion of their sentence if not before.

Prosecutor Caighli Taylor said police raided the warehouse on 15 Jan and the defendants were the only people there. A professional growing set up was found and there were 189 thriving cannabis plants, all healthy, mature and in a flowering state.

The estimated cannabis crop from the plants would be between 5 and 15kg with a value between £50,000 and £150,000

albanians-blerim-mustavataj-1There were hydroponic lamps, oscillating fans, extraction hoses with filters to mask the smell and the walls were all painted white to reflect the heat.

The two defendants had a small living area with beds, a fridge and a freezer.

Neither man made any comment after being arrested, said Ms Taylor.

“It is accepted that the defendants were essentially gardeners,” she said.

“You are both in this country illegally and obviously you will both be returned to Albania in the near future. Your circumstances have been explained to me and it seems to be accepted that you were both put under pressure and there were threats.”

Sabhia Pathan, for Mustavataj, said he had travelled via Austria and Belgium to get to the UK. He was then trafficked into the country and had been in the warehouse for only two-three days before he was arrested.

“His initial hope was to look for work in car washes having been advised that would be his best course of action,” she said.

“That turned out to be a fairly dead end. He was then directed towards this cannabis unit and was told he would be paid £80 a week to water the plants.

“He came to earn money to pay for rising medical bills for his mother, who is extremely ill. But those who trafficked him demanded £5,000 and threatened that his immediate family in Albania would be subject to various degrees of violence if he did not pay.”

 

albanians-blerim-mustavataj-2For Toskaj, solicitor Gareth James said he had been there about a month at the time of his arrest. He played no part in abstracting electricity to power the growing system and he had not been involved in an earlier crop which had been harvested before he got there.

“His mother has also fallen ill in Albania,” he said. “He is an economic migrant who has no legitimate means of support in this country.”

Jailing the men Judge Harington said it is plain from what the police found that this was a sophisticated and substantial operation.

He said: “You are both in this country illegally and obviously you will both be returned to Albania in the near future. Your circumstances have been explained to me and it seems to be accepted that you were both put under pressure and there were threats.”

#CSAInquiry #Scotland: Survivors have ‘NO TRUST LEFT’ & were left feeling ‘groomed’ by @ScotGov

22nd Feb 2017

Child abuse survivors left feeling ‘groomed’ by Scottish Government

SURVIVORS of child abuse say that continued failures by the Scottish Government have left them feeling “groomed” all over again.

In an interview with Good Morning Scotland, survivors groups say they “continue to be failed” by the government after a third member of the Scottish Child Abuse Inquiry panel resigned.

Deputy First Minister John Swinney

Deputy First Minister John Swinney announced yesterday he would not appoint a successor

They also said survivors feel there’s “no point” in engaging with the inquiry further because they feel the process has become too “legalistic” and they have been “denied” an opportunity for redress.

The inquiry is now being led solely by Supreme Court judge Lady Anne Smith.

Glenn Houston, who was the last original member of the board, stepped down from his role yesterday with immediate effect, due to a potential “conflict of interest”.

Alan Draper of Care Abuse Survivors Group says he is “concerned” over Mr Houston’s “commitment to the whole process” and that survivors have had “no announcement” from education secretary John Swinney as to why he feels Lady Smith should act alone.

Mr Houston’s departure follows the resignation of the inquiry’s original chairwoman, Lady Susan O’Brien and fellow panel member Michael Lamb.

Mr Draper said: “Glen Houston and Professor Lamb had expertise in the whole field of child protection, that expertise will now be missing. This limits the inquiry’s capacity to focus on the key issues. Survivors themselves are at the centre of the inquiry – it’s now too legalistic for us, it looks far too narrow.”

Groups also say survivors in Scotland are not given redress, compared to other inquiries in Northern Ireland and Australia.

Andy Lavery from White Flowers Alba said that less than 200 victims are now in contact with the inquiry out of an estimated 6000 that experienced abuse, because they face “no prospect of justice”.

What’s the point of the inquiry? It doesn’t mean anything if you’ve suffered abuse

Mr Lavery said: “This is a disgrace and it’s terribly sad. I don’t know anyone who wants to testify now.

“Northern Ireland had care and redress, but there’s none of that here. What’s the point of the inquiry? It doesn’t mean anything if you’ve suffered abuse. This isn’t right or equality. It isn’t justice in our 21st Century. We deserve honesty and we deserve parity with other enquiries. All John Swinney has got to do is assist Lady Smith – get the manual from Sydney [inquiry], get staff and get this up to speed. Let’s crack on with it but that means building trust. We need action, not getting groomed again.”

Susan O'Brien claims she was forced out

Susan O’Brien claims she was forced out

The Scottish Child Abuse Inquiry, set up to focus on allegations of abuse in formal institutional care settings, is expected to last four years.

John Swinney argued it has a “very broad” remit which does not include redress, but that it was a “significant issue” he was examining with survivors groups.

He said: “The inquiry is doing exactly what it’s commissioned to do which is to pursue justice and accountability. If there is a question of redress that is also responsibility of the state. It’s why the government is legislating in Parliament the Limitation Bill, which removes legal obstacles for victims seeking due recourse for abuse that took place in the period after September 1964.”

He added that the appointment of Lady Smith as chairwoman was a “success” after the resignation of Lady Susan O’Brien – who quit over claims she made comments that were “offensive to survivors”.

Mr Swinney added: “When the previous chair resigned survivors groups wanted the inquiry to be led by a senior judge. That’s not a limitation – the inquiry has the ability to appoint assessors who can look at particular specialisms. I want survivors and the public to have confidence in the inquiry and there’s every reason why that should be case.”  https://www.thescottishsun.co.uk/news/623408/child-abuse-survivors-left-feeling-groomed-by-scottish-government-after-inquiry-sees-third-resignation/  https://archive.is/OhyZr



A WEE ADDITION 

“Lady Susan O’Brien – who quit over claims she made comments that were offensive to survivors” 

THAT IS NOT THE TRUTH!  SWINNEY IS A DOWNRIGHT LIAR

PLEASE READ   Ms O’Brian’s letter of resignation https://spidercatweb.blog/2016/07/04/csa-chairwomans-letter-of-resignation-to-john-swinney/   https://archive.is/xncBq


wp-1487770492882.jpgChild abuse survivors’ groups have said they have “no trust left” in Scotland’s Child Abuse Inquiry.

White Flowers Alba and In Care Abuse Survivors Group both called for urgent answers from the Scottish government on the future of the inquiry.

The probe has been plagued by problems and all three original panel members have now resigned.

Deputy First Minister John Swinney said he understood the concerns but told the BBC the inquiry was gathering momentum.

Glen Houston resigned from the panel on Tuesday. He said his new appointments to the boards of two public sector organisations meant there was potentially a conflict of interest with his work on the abuse inquiry.

The other two original panel members, Susan O’Brien QC and Prof Michael Lamb, stood down within days of each other last year, complaining of government interference.

In July 2016, senior judge Lady Smith was appointed as the new chairwoman following Ms O’Brien’s resignation.

The spokesman for the survivors’ group White Flowers Alba, Andi Lavery, claimed there were fewer than 200 survivors now in contact with the inquiry and said there was “no trust left”.

“It’s an absolute disgrace and it’s so terribly sad. I don’t know anybody that’s left that wants to testify and we’re in contact with quite a number of survivors,” he told BBC Radio’s Good Morning Scotland programme. At the end of the day, if you’re abused in Scotland you face no prospect of either justice, accountability or redress. But if you’re abused in Carlisle or Belfast, you face them in their inquiries. That’s not right, it’s not equality and it’s not justice.”

The inquiry was launched in October 2015 and charged with examining historical allegations of child abuse in residential accommodation in Scotland.

It is due to report in 2019.

Also speaking on BBC Radio Scotland, Alan Draper, of the In Care Abuse Survivors Group, said survivors were concerned about the resignation of Mr Houston and the Scottish government’s decision not to replace him on the panel.

“It looks too legalistic to us. All we’ve got now is a High Court judge, QCs and solicitors involved in the inquiry team and no external expertise. This looks far too narrow,” Mr Draper said.

Failed in care

The group have also demanded that Mr Swinney tell them why the inquiry will not consider redress for victims.

Mr Draper told BBC Scotland: “We’ve continued to ask John Swinney that this be part of the remit. We’ve been denied this remit. What survivors tend to feel [is that] we were failed when we were in care. We continue to be failed by the Scottish government and we continue to be failed by the inquiry – why should we engage with it?”

But Mr Swinney insisted the inquiry had a “very broad remit” and would ensure justice was delivered to abuse survivors.

He also defended the decision not to appoint a successor to Mr Houston, saying that survivors’ groups had told him “very strongly” they wanted the inquiry to be led by a senior judge.

Pursue justice

The deputy first minister told the BBC that Lady Smith also had the ability to appoint assessors to “enhance the expertise of the inquiry. I completely understand the concern of survivors and I’ve engaged with survivors on a number of occasions since I took over responsibility of the Child Abuse Inquiry and I will continue to do so,” he said. The inquiry is gathering evidence, it’s gathering momentum, it’s gathering input from individuals who were the victims of abuse. So the inquiry in that respect is doing exactly what it was commissioned to do which is to pursue justice and accountability for the survivors of abuse.  On the question of redress, I acknowledge this to be a significant issue, but it’s an issue for the government to address in consultation with the survivors. It’s not for me to pass this to the inquiry.”

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-scotland-39052276   http://archive.is/sPzIz


Compensation hope for Scots Survivors of Institutional abuse

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A scheme to compensate victims of in-care child abuse is being considered by Scottish ministers for the first time.

After decades of campaigning by victims’ organisations, John Swinney has acknowledged that financial redress “could play a part in Scotland in the future”.

In a letter to a Holyrood committee, the deputy first minister said that it would be inappropriate to wait until the Scottish child abuse inquiry had been completed before progressing with a compensation scheme. He suggested that a further three-month consultation would be required before ministers could reach a final decision on redress.

There was cautious approval for Mr Swinney’s letter but one leading campaign group said it was considering withdrawing from the inquiry because of the resignation yesterday of a third member of its panel.

Glenn Houston, an expert in health and social care, was appointed when the inquiry was founded in October 2015. He said he was quitting because he had accepted positions on the boards of two public bodies and felt that conflicts of interest could arise.

Last summer two members of the inquiry, Susan O’Brien, QC, the first chairwoman, and Michael Lamb, a psychologist, both quit.

Ms O’Brien is now suing the government for £500,000 and Professor Lamb said that the inquiry was “doomed” because of political interference. 

“Survivors are considering withdrawing from this whole process until they are satisfied that survivors are placed at the centre of the inquiry”

The present chairwoman, Lady Smith, a high court judge, is the only remaining panel member. Mr Swinney pointed out that this was normal practice in Scotland, where public inquiries usually have only one adjudicator.

Mr Houston’s decision outraged Alan Draper, spokesman for Incas (In Care Abuse Survivors), who said that the inquiry had become “a process of failure”. He deplored its reliance on legal opinion, a factor that could deter abuse victims from coming forward.

Mr Draper said: “If Mr Houston was dissatisfied he should have the courage to say so. Accepting these two jobs implies he was looking for a way out. There is concern that the inquiry is dominated by the legal profession, without any balance from other professional groups who have a detailed knowledge of child abuse and its impact for survivors and their families. Survivors are considering withdrawing from this whole process until they are satisfied that survivors are placed at the centre of the inquiry. The inquiry is about the failure of the establishment to protect them from harm. This failure is continuing.”

However, Mr Swinney’s letter to the education and skills committee offered “a glimmer of hope”. Mr Draper said: “His words seem to indicate that redress is important. Worldwide there has been a move towards compensation but Scotland has been very slow.”

In his letter Mr Swinney noted that Lady Smith had specifically raised the possibility of a redress scheme when she made her opening statement to the inquiry. “We need to be mindful of the length of time some survivors have been waiting and that some survivors are elderly and frail,” he added.

His determination to have a formal consultation on redress prompted unease. Iain Gray, Labour’s education spokesman, welcomed the acknowledgement that survivors should not wait until the abuse inquiry was completed before compensation was paid but added: “This process is still being dragged out, especially considering how long survivors have been waiting.”

Under the terms of its remit, the Scottish inquiry is scheduled to conclude in 2019.

http://www.thetimes.co.uk/edition/scotland/compensation-hope-for-scots-victims-of-child-abuse-in-care-c5mpcv8ld  http://archive.is/reQOf



PREVIOUSLY…

  1. https://spidercatweb.blog/2017/02/21/bingo-its-a-full-house-as-the-third-scottish-child-abuse-inquiry-panel-member-resign/  https://archive.is/1U6ZT
  2. Former boss of child abuse probe sues Scottish Government for £500,000  https://archive.is/nnNmt
  3. CSA Inquiry Scotland: It’s 2 down 1 to go as Chairwoman quits  https://archive.is/4rDTg
  4. Scottish child abuse inquiry witnesses ‘deserve answers’
  5. Fresh controversy engulfs troubled Child Abuse Inquiry #CSA #Scotland
  6. #CSA Inquiry. #Survivors spell out fears to Swinney & give him “one last chance”
  7. John Swinney to meet with historic child abuse survivors #SCSAinquiry #CSA
  8. CSA inquiry row ‘centred on use of public cash’, says BIG FAT LIAR Swinney
  9. Lady Anne Mather Smith to Head #Scotland’s #CSAinquiry. Hmm…
  10. Lady Smith #ReleaseTheTape

*BINGO* It’s a FULL HOUSE as the third Scottish child abuse inquiry panel member resigns

21st Feb 2017

 

The Scottish Child Abuse Inquiry has been hit by another resignation, leaving it with just one panel member.

Glenn Houston said he has accepted two other public appointments and resigned from the panel to avoid any potential conflict of interest.

He is the third original panel member to resign from the inquiry.

Susan O’Brien QC quit following claims she had made comments that were ‘’offensive’’ to survivors while professor Michael Lamb stepped down after saying the review is ‘’doomed’’ due to interference by ministers.

Ms O’Brien was replaced by senior judge Lady Smith, who will now lead the inquiry on her own.

The Scottish Child Abuse Inquiry is examining historical allegations of the abuse of children in care and has been taking statements from witnesses since last spring.

Deputy First Minister John Swinney said a successor to Mr Houston will not be appointed and the inquiry will “take the same format” as every other public inquiry established in Scotland under the Inquiries Act 2005.

Mr Houston said: “Due to a change in priorities in my working life, last year I applied for positions as a non-executive director to the boards of two public-sector organisations, the Northern Health and Social Care Trust and the Disclosure and Barring Service. “I have now been successful in those applications and the appointments have been made. Lady Smith and I have discussed the potential that at some future time, a perception of conflict of interest may arise between these appointments and my work as a panel member on the Scottish Child Abuse Inquiry. After careful consideration of both the time commitment required to fulfil these new roles and the potential, however small, for perceptions to arise of conflict of interest, I have tendered my resignation to the inquiry. I remain fully supportive of its work, which I believe is on course to complete the important tasks which have been set for it, and I wish it very well for the future.”

Staff for the inquiry are said to be working to contact people in countries like Canada, Australia and New Zealand who may have suffered abuse in Scotland, or after being sent abroad as part of past care arrangements.

At a preliminary hearing last month, Lady Smith stressed the inquiry is independent of government, police, prosecutors and other organisations.

The inquiry covers the period within memory of anyone who has suffered abuse, not beyond December 2014. Public hearings will begin on May 31.

Lady Smith said: “Mr Houston has made a valuable contribution to the work of the inquiry during his time as a panel member and I am very grateful to him for his support. “I fully understand his decision and wish him well in his new ventures.”

Mr Swinney said: “I want to thank Mr Houston for his service. I know this was not an easy decision for him to reach but he can be very proud of the contribution he has made to the establishment of the Child Abuse Inquiry and to ensuring its continuing progress. Following consideration of the matter, at this stage in the inquiry’s work, I have decided not to appoint a successor. Lady Smith will continue as chair of the inquiry and as sole panel member.”

http://www.scotsman.com/news/third-scottish-child-abuse-inquiry-panel-member-resigns-1-4372555  http://archive.is/l0mp6

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PREVIOUSLY…

  1. Former boss of child abuse probe sues Scottish Government for £500,000
  2. CSA Inquiry: Chairwoman’s Letter of Resignation to John Swinney
  3. CSA Inquiry Scotland: It’s 2 down 1 to go as Chairwoman quits
  4. Scottish child abuse inquiry witnesses ‘deserve answers’
  5. Fresh controversy engulfs troubled Child Abuse Inquiry #CSA #Scotland
  6. #CSA Inquiry. #Survivors spell out fears to Swinney & give him “one last chance”
  7. John Swinney to meet with historic child abuse survivors #SCSAinquiry #CSA
  8. CSA inquiry row ‘centred on use of public cash’, says BIG FAT LIAR Swinney
  9. Lady Anne Mather Smith to Head #Scotland’s #CSAinquiry. Hmm…
  10. Lady Smith #ReleaseTheTape
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