Kincora (Part 1): MI5 and the child abuse cover-up (video)


The Kincora Boys’ Home was a children’s home in Belfast, Northern Ireland that was the scene of a notorious child sex abuse scandal.

The Belfast News Letter reported that files on Kincora were “conspicuously absent” from the routine January 2013 release of 1982 government papers by the Public Record Office of Northern Ireland (PRONI) under the 30-year rule.

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In July 2014 former soldier Colin Wallace said that any new investigation into the abuse at the home should have access to information from intelligence agencies. Wallace said that he received intelligence in 1973 that boys at the home were being abused, but some of his superior officers refused to pass on information. He also said that the Terry and Hughes inquiries did not examine evidence relating to the intelligence services.

In August 2014 a former intelligence officer, Brian Gemmell, said that he also had been ordered to stop investigating allegations of abuse at the home. He said that he learned details of what happened in the home while gathering information on loyalists. He was told he was running two agents who had close links to the home. As well as telling him not to investigate, the senior officer told him to stop running an agent. He had spoken out anonymously before, but dropped his anonymity because he wanted the allegations to be investigated again. (Wikipedia)

Original video/audio © BBC

Information:

ChildLine Freephone: 0800 1111

NSPCC http://www.nspcc.org.uk/  Freephone: 0808 800 5000

National Association for People Abused in Childhood (NAPAC) Freephone: 0808 801 0331

Child Exploitation and Online Protection Centre (CEOP a National Crime Agency Command)
Telephone: +44 (0)870 000 3344 or 999 in an emergency

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