Credit must go to GW who put in the FOI request.
Monthly Archives: July 2013
Know The Signs…
Child sexual exploitation (CSE) is a type of child sexual abuse. It is the organised and deliberate exploitation of a child purely for the sexual gratification of adults.
Any young person could become a victim of child sexual exploitation; the crime affects both girls and boys, from any background and of any ethnicity.
There are three main types of CSE –
1) Inappropriate relationships – this usually involves one perpetrator who has inappropriate power or control over a young person. There is often a significant age gap and the victim may believe they are in a loving relationship.
2) ‘Boyfriend’ model – the perpetrator befriends and grooms the young person into a ‘relationship’ and then convinces or forces them to have sex with friends or associates. This is sometimes associated with gang activity.
3) Organised sexual exploitation – young people are passed through networks where they are forced into sexual activity with multiple men. This often occurs at ‘sex parties’ and the young people may be used to recruit others into the network
Police have confirmed they are investigating allegations of abuse by monks at a former Scottish Catholic boarding school.
It follows a BBC Scotland investigation which uncovered evidence of 30 years of physical and sexual abuse at Fort Augustus Abbey in the Highlands and its East Lothian prep school.
The Benedictine order which ran the schools has apologised to any victims.
Fresh claims of abuse have now emerged since the programme aired on Monday.
The documentary has also prompted calls for more support for victims.
In a statement Police Scotland, said it would make no further comment at this stage as it was now a “live investigation”.
It added that all such allegations are investigated and dealt with in a “victim-centred” manner.
The entertainer and quiz show host, 73, has been questioned about an alleged assault on a young boy in Harrogate, North Yorkshire, in the late 1970s.
He was arrested in April after information was passed to North Yorkshire Police by Metropolitan Police officers working on Operation Yewtree.
He has been rebailed while inquiries into the allegations continue.
North Yorkshire Police previously stressed that Mr Tarbuck’s arrest was “not part of Yewtree, but a separate investigation” by its own officers.
….and the man who wrote the text for his ‘collection’ books is a notorious paedophile….who plied his trade on Amazon
This extract is from a recent auction report on art-related items:
This lot No 1533: States of Grace Photographs 1964-1989 photographer Graham Ovenden, first edition, published by Ophelia Editions, Amsterdam 1992, text by Lawrence A. Stanley
Estimate € 1800 – € 2000
StartPrice € 1500
Number of Bids …
Clearly and literally, zero interest. And as some of you may already know, a renowned Peer of the realm also recently sold all his ‘nymph’ paintings too. I think this is perhaps called ‘running for cover’. Or not. We mustn’t comment any more, oooh no. Note the town in which Ophelia editions is based, by the way.
But my point this morning is an investigation of text writer Lawrence A. Stanley. And a major hat-tip…
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This is a truly horrible story but it should leave no one who reads it in any doubt whatsoever about what kind of sick and twisted individual Jimmy Savile was and the deviant circle of friends that he kept company with.
I always fear when I read a story like this that this will be the last we hear about it.
STUNNED officers chipped away plaster at a record shop wall and unveiled a hidden list of names thought to belong to young victims of Jimmy Savile.
The vile register, which contained the names, ages and a disgusting ratings system seemingly used to mark their sexual performance, was scrawled on a secret wall buried behind layers of wallpaper and plaster.
A source revealed: “The wall looked like something straight out of a horror movie. There were lists and lists of names of the victims – it’s a shocking discovery.”
The list of girls and young women is thought to identify hundreds of potential new victims abused at the hands of the BBC DJ and it raised fears Savile was at the centre of a celebrity paedophile ring.
Police believe the major breakthrough could lead to further arrests – including other well-known celebrities.
The wall also appeared to contain the names of girls the sick group hoped to target in the future.
Officers who raided the shop in Greater Manchester after a tip-off will now try to trace the alleged victims.
A source said the raid had provided the clearest evidence yet to show Savile was part of a larger group of monsters.