Banned by the British courts: A VIP’s book on how he was sexually abused

David Hencke

In an era when child sexual abuse is literally coming out of the closet, an extraordinary decision has been taken by a British court to ban a book from an eminent performing artist on how he survived abuse as a child.

A judge has upheld an injunction bought by the man’s son to avoid publication on the grounds it would cause psychological damage to his son if the public knew about his father’s early life at school.

I am indebted to the excellent Inforrm blog for this story.You can read the full report by Dan Tench, a lawyer from Olswang,here.

The book was described in court as Inforrm reports as bringing together these terrible experiences “in an artistic and insightful way” and to be in “striking prose” and, it was said, contained “an important message of encouragement to those who have suffered similar…

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  2. Andy Barnett

    Why can’t we know this man’s name? Is he banned from speaking out against this judgement? Would he be prosecuted if he did?

    I really don’t understand this. How can one judge take away a man’s freedom of speech?

    • jmsfit@yahoo.co.uk

      Check out hollie creig story and robert green then u’ll see they do exactly what they want. Thank god for the alternative media!

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