"LOST IN CARE"?
Macur Review: Statement of Andrea Davison 14th July, 2013.See: http://www.hampsteadresearch.com/2015/10/11/the-cult-in-the-1960s/
"This is the Statement of Andrea Davison former Intelligence Operative and Child Abuse whistle-blower who is currently a refugee in South America, where at the age of 62 years she fled following years of persecution by the British Establishment. Please donate to her defense fund and help Andrea to get back CSA documents, including parts of the Dickens dossier, taken by the Police."
"'Andrea' shurely?" Have just read this report which is a damning indictment of a pervasive GOVERNMENT-INITIATED AND PROTECTED child abuse network that "even British Prime Ministers are terrified to reveal". It centres on the 'Macur Review' that was set up in 2012.
She writes: "2.12 The Macur Review has the opportunity to ask the intelligence and security services for all their files, including photographs and videos, on and of politicians and VIPS’s involved in paedophile activities and or paedophile rings. Similar files exist on judges, civil servants and police officers. Some files include police files which have been confiscated by the security services. The intelligence and security services have all the names and details of what happened where and when and who was and is involved. This disclosure is necessary so that those who may have been wrongly accused can be identified. Also disclosure of this hidden evidence is vital if child abuse, sanctioned, protected and covered-up by state agencies, is to be eliminated from the United Kingdom.
2.13 The paedophile network specifically included members of the police and the judiciary as well as businessmen, solicitors, politicians, security and intelligence insiders. This network by its very nature is linked to other types of organised crime with direct links to the lucrative child porn industry and sex trade, drug trafficking, arms dealing and terrorism. The people involved in these different branches of organised crime covered each other’s backs and actively supported each other to their mutual benefit."
H.M. Government's take on Macur is as follows: "The Macur Review is an independent review, chaired by Lady Justice Macur, DBE. It's a review of Sir Ronald Waterhouse’s inquiry into the abuse of children in care in the former Gwynedd and Clwyd council areas of North Wales between 1974 and 1996. The Macur Review was set up by the government to:review the scope of the Waterhouse Inquiry, which published its report 'Lost in Care' in February 2000; determine whether any specific allegations of child abuse falling within the inquiry’s terms of reference were not investigated; make recommendations to the Secretary of State for Justice and the Secretary of State for Wales. It is totally independent from the government."
In answer to a Parliamentary question in March 2015 by Anne Clwyd, Simon Hughes The Minister of State, Ministry of Justice gave this reply: "Lady Justice Macur’s Review is entirely independent of Government and therefore its timetable is a matter for her. She is on record as saying that her Review would be thorough and that she would not draw any conclusions until she had considered all the evidence. I am, however, aware that the Review is nearing its completion and that the Government will receive Lady Justice Macur’s Report this year."
Andrea Davison appears to have been treated scandalously by government agencies, principally centred around Derby and North Wales Police and Crown Court Judges that has included the unlawful removal (theft) of her property, trumped up charges including responsibility for the death of her neighbour and incredibly blocked by injunction from being able to appeal decisions! She was forced to flee to a foreign country to escape her persecution. Followers of this blog need not be reminded of the parallels with the Hampstead case.
Her point was that the Waterhouse Inquiry's terms of reference were intentionally narrowly construed to prevent wider abuse and personalities being revealed. It was widely regarded as another 'whitewash'. Whether the Macur inquiry will be anything different, awaits to be seen.
Leaving this aside, it is clear that there is currently a concerted and coordinated campaign eagerly being promoted by the principal organs of the press to discredit both recent allegations by Exaro and others and the police treatment of them. Above every other consideration, the Government appears desperate to maintain the fiction that institutional child abuse was 'historic' or 'non-recent' and limited to entertainment figures. We have the same suggestion that the claims are being made by 'fantasists', criminals and/or otherwise unreliable people.
I will conclude with an echo of a Guardian article from 1996. The critical question is, despite Government assurances to the contrary, has anything REALLY changed?
"The Guardian - 'True scandal of the child abusers'. June 6, 1996;-
‘From East Belfast's Kincora Boys' Home, via Leicestershire, Staffordshire and London, to the children's homes of Clwyd, we have witnessed 25 years of cover-up. Cover-up, not to protect the innocent but to protect the regularly named elements of the British establishment who surface whenever widespread evidence of child abuse is exposed.
From the public schools right through to the Catholic and Anglican churches, child abuse has been allowed a special place of sanctuary... Social workers, police, security services, local and national political figures remain the common factors in the fall-out from the [child abuse] inquiries...
In case after case the cycle is described - a child is 'taken into care', then abused in a home, handed on to an outside paedophile ring and out on to the rent-boy/prostitution circuit beyond, if they live that long... Journalists find themselves battling first with authority, then with the libel laws, to publish the truth about a vast web of abuse.’"