Lessons will be learnt, blah, blah


“The findings in this report are of deep concern, and clearly there were mistakes in how the police handled the allegations made against Savile during his lifetime.

“However, an equally profound problem is that victims felt unable to come forward and report crimes of sexual abuse.

“It is imperative that all those charged with protecting these victims do more to encourage reporting, taking the right action to bring perpetrators to justice.” – HM Inspector of Constabulary, Drusilla Sharpling

Lessons will be learnt, blah, blah, line in the sand, blah, blah, mistakes were made, blah, blah, blah, blah

The truth is that actions speak louder than words and the silence from Operation Yewtree bears all the hallmarks of yet another cover-up.

Operation Yewtree falls into three parts; 1) Savile, 2) Savile and Others, 3) Others.

On the 11th December, here,  Scotland Yard announced that the first part of the Yewtree investigation was…

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