Peter McKelvie’s full comments on the Lord Janner case (re-blog from Spotlight On Abuse)


Peter McKelvie’s full comments on the Lord Janner case Peter McKelvie’s unabridged comment for the Guardian article Greville Janner affair: Children’s homes inquiry evidence ‘must be released’.   “For all the incredibly brave survivors who have come forward re Janner, … Continue reading

Kincora (Part 2): Abuse survivor Richard Kerr calls Theresa May’s CSA inquiry a cover-up (video)


“Right now, when they’re not willing to bring Kincora into [the Westminster child abuse inquiry] the message it sends to me is that there has been some sort of cover-up….and there has been.  I need to know that I can … Continue reading

Was council official murdered to stop him revealing those linked to VIP paedophile ring? (video)


“A council official was murdered days after he vowed to expose “horrible” people linked to a VIP paedophile ring, a witness has claimed. Detectives are investigating claims Bulic Forsythe was silenced by a children’s home vice ring said to have … Continue reading

Leon Brittan was under “active and major” investigation by the Metropolitan police paedophile unit when he died (video)


On 21 January Leon Brittan died. His death heralded a tidal wave of accusations on social media naming him as a pederast, as well as being present at the murder of at least one abuse victim and of using the … Continue reading

Peter McKelvie’s comments on Charles Napier and Peter Righton (video)

Napier (left) & his half-brother Tory MP John Whittingdale. The PIE network included extensive contacts in politics, the civil service and the judiciary

Charles Scott Napier, 67, whose brother John Whittingdale MP represents Maldon for the Conservative party, has been sentenced to 13 years in prison for his prolific abuse of children over at least two decades. Although the charges involved in this … Continue reading

An open letter to Theresa May demanding a ‘fit for purpose’ child abuse inquiry (reblog from Spotlight on Abuse)


Rt Hon Theresa May MP, Home Secretary, 2 Marsham Street, London SW1P 4DF Dear Theresa May As survivors and associated professionals, we were very much hoping to take up the invitations to engage with your Ministerial Officers to discuss the … Continue reading

Operation Midland could be the key to unlocking the MP’s child abuse scandal and this is what you need to know (video)


From the raft of ongoing police investigations into non-current child sexual abuse, Operation Midland stands out as a potentially critical inquiry due to its focus on a number of issues related to an alleged Westminster paedophile ring and the possibility of a military intelligence … Continue reading

Why this survivor believes that David Cameron fights for child abusers and not the abused (video)


Whatever one might think of his party ideology, it is difficult to square the reality of David Cameron‘s time in government with his proclamation in 2010 that his would be the “most transparent government” ever. From the unsubstantiated need to rush to … Continue reading

Paedophile pressure groups were allowed to lobby and infiltrate the Home Office (Video)


Text re-blogged from Spotlight On Abuse 10 November 2014 Strange Days (published with many thanks to the author who wishes to remain anonymous) Some brief sentences on the strange atmosphere that allowed groups calling for the decriminalization of paedophilia to lobby … Continue reading

Leon Brittan finally named in parliament as having engaged in ‘improper conduct with children’ (video)


On 14 October, Labour MP Jim Hood used parliamentary privilege to accuse former Home Secretary Leon Brittan of ‘improper conduct with children’. This ought to have been the final nail in the coffin of Fiona Woolf’s disgusting attempt to cling on … Continue reading

Abuse survivors view the Woolf inquiry as merely a “cover-up of cover-ups” (spotlight blog) (video)


Fiona Woolf has told the Home affairs Committee that she does not consider herself to be a member of the Establishment but this blog thinks she may just be a little confused. Here is a tip for Mrs. Woolf, if … Continue reading

Ed Miliband’s “condescending and evasive” response to calls for a national child abuse inquiry (spotlight blog) (video)


Text re-blogged from Spotlight On Abuse 30 August 2014 Labour leader Ed Miliband has made a statement saying that the government should get a move on in setting up a national inquiry into organised child abuse. “The case now is … Continue reading

Cyril Smith: the paedophile MP and the police and MI5 cover-up (Dispatches documentary) (video)


First broadcast in September 2013, this is the Channel 4 Dispatches documentary that explored the horrific scale of Cyril Smith‘s sexual abuse of children and the how the police, crown prosecution service and MI5 not only knew of his activities but actively … Continue reading

Internet sex offenders: not the real thing? (Reblog of Dr. Sarah Nelson post) (video)


A recent TV debate – on whether internet offenders who view images of child sex abuse are also likely to commit contact assaults – highlights claims which bemuse and concern many of us working with child sexual abuse (CSA). Prof … Continue reading

Inside Story – ‘The Secret Life of a Paedophile’ and the Peter Righton cover-up (video)


This is the original BBC Inside Story investigation into the notorious paedophile Peter Righton with notes from the excellent Spotlight On Abuse blog. Video ©  BBC “I can confirm that the closed down Hereford and Worcester investigation of 1994 was … Continue reading