Friday, February 1, 2013

The Pedo Clubs ~Easier To Name Who's NOT In on it



Judge Niclas Parry, then a solicitor, spent years being well paid to defend some of the paedophiles named below at the infamous 'Waterhouse Inquiry'. The Inquiry looked into the horrific physical and sexual abuse of children in more than 40 Children's Homes and Approved Schools in North Wales.

Judge Niclas Parry told the BBC at the beginning of the Inquiry that

"Our concern at the start of this major inquiry is that perhaps public opinion has swayed the balance far too greatly in favour of those who make allegations of abuse and the understandable anxiety to look after their needs and care may outweigh justice." read more


Nic Parry on the Sgorio set

He then spent the next three years defending some of the evil paedophiles below. At the Inquiry he met Andrea Davison then a mental health advocate and child abuse whistle-blower who was on the opposite side representing the victims. Herself the survivor of child abuse at the notorious Duncroft Approved School she deeply empathised with the abused children. She also exposed Judge Parry's clients in the Magazine Scallywag, perhaps he could not forgive her for this.
In 2012 Judge Niclas Parry met Andrea Davison again when as a Crown Court Judge he jailed her for two and half years after saying although no-one had lost any money they could have done. He did not declare that he knew Andrea Davison and had opposed her years ago when he represented the paedophiles she exposed.

In 2012 David Cameron was forced to order an inquiry into the Waterhouse Inquiry when it became clear the inquiry failed the abused children and protected the paedophiles. Judge Niclas Parry was part of this cover-up.

Judge Niclas Parry is not just a Crown Court judge he is also a sports presenter for the BBC and other TV and radio stations. Read More In was in this capacity he is believed to have met and become friendly with Jimmy Savile. The same Jimmy Savile who abused children in North Wales and in Duncroft Approved School and who also procured children for the rich and famous.

The following is re-blogged from Stop Child Abuse Now

Click this for : Victims tell of horror inside North Wales care home where gang rape, strip searches and vicious canings were a way of life… and Jimmy Savile was a regular visitor

They were involved in a paedophile ring network that had spread the length of the British Isles : Includes – Sir Peter Morrison, LORD/MP Greville Janner, EX PM Ted Heath, Lord Leon Brittan, Sir Ian Horobin, MP/Lord Boothby - Click this link to read more

It was systematic and organized – 650 children in 40 childrens homes were sexually, physically and emotionally abused over 20 years

A Public Tribunal heard damning evidence of how a number of children’s homes supplied a paedophile ring over a 20 year period ! Hundreds of children were subjected to physical and sexual abuse (rape), by those who were entrusted with their welfare. Policemen, church ministers, local authority executives, senior businessmen and politicians, have all been identified.

Sexual abuse against children was uncovered at the Bryn Estyn home, near Wrexham, North Wales. It was systematic and organized

As the police investigation continued, newspaper articles,beginning with the Independent on Sunday, linked a former police superintendent, Gordon Anglesea, to child sexual abuse. He successfully sued for libel, receiving damages of £375,000, in 1994. The tribunal heard evidence alleging that Mr Anglesea did commit serious sexual misconduct at Bryn Estyn, but were not persuaded that the libel jury’s verdict was wrong.


MP Tom Watson has already suggested in the House of Commons that a powerful paedophile network may have operated in Britain, protected by its connections to Parliament and Downing Street. He has refused to publicly name the abuser

Rod Richards, a former Conservative MP and ex-leader of the Welsh Tories, made the shocking allegation that he had seen evidence linking Sir Peter Morrison to the North Wales children’s homes case, in which up to 650 children in 40 homes were sexually, physically and emotionally abused over 20 years.

Morrison with Baroness Thatcher in 1990

Judge Niclas Parry

Mr Richards also linked a second leading Tory grandee – now dead – to the scandals at homes including Bryn Estyn and Bryn Alyn Hall, both near Wrexham. He said official documents had identified the pair as frequent, unexplained visitors to the care homes.

Children in care in North Wales endured years of “appalling suffering”, the UK’s largest child abuse investigation has revealed.The report condemns social workers, children’s home staff, police and local councils and makes 72 recommendations to protect 4,000 children currently cared for by local authorities in Wales.

Individuals named in the report who were still working in childcare had been traced and risk-assessed, said Mr Murphy. Efforts continue to trace others who have left the child-care system.

The Waterhouse tribunal at Ewloe in north Wales heard evidence from more than 650 people who had been in care from 1974. The three-man panel sat for more than a year. It cost more than £12m and took almost two years for its report to be completed and published.

Much of the abuse took place at Bryn Estyn Children’s Home in Wrexham, where paedophiles like Peter Howarth (pic below) – a former housemaster – sexually abused boys as young as 12.

Howarth was jailed in 1994 for 10 years. He died in prison. But for one of his victims, Andrew Teague, the repercussions of Howarth’s attacks are relived almost every day. “They are the scum of the earth,” he said. “They can paint it any way they like – psychiatrists, psychologists – they can say what they like about them, they are scum.” Four staff at Bryn Estyn have been convicted of either sexual or physical abuse of children.

However, Bryn Estyn was not unique. Complaints were made to the tribunal about 40 homes throughout Gwynedd and Clwyd. Not all the alleged abuse was sexual. Much was physical – children being thumped, kicked and hit for minor misdemeanours. Some children did complain, but according to Chris Walby – a social services expert helping with another child abuse investigation in Merseyside – their word counted for little in an atmosphere where they were not listened to or believed. He said people in power abused their positions.

In harrowing evidence, a seemingly never-ending stream of witnesses repeatedly broke down in tears as they recalled how they were raped, beaten and bullied by carers whom the world praised for apparently devoting their lives to the welfare of children.

Boys and girls as young as ten were raped and sexually assaulted by male and female staff and used as sex objects by carers; youngsters were beaten and forced to lick the shoes of their attackers or cut grass with nail scissors the Inquiry heard.

Bryn Alyn

Children who complained had their home leave cancelled, suffered more beatings or were transferred to even harsher homes.

At least a dozen victims have committed suicide and countless others have led damaged lives, unable to cope in a world which totally betrayed them when they most needed help. Now adults, many are still struggling to come to terms with the years of abuse they endured.

Deprived of a childhood, their adult lives too have been blighted by broken relationships, crime and mental illness.

Youngsters were trapped in what the inquiry’s QC called “a twilight world of bewildering inconsistency” – abused by the people they were told would care for them, unable to make their voices heard beyond the walls of the homes. Those whom they should have been able to confide in – or complain to – were often their attackers.

Even when concerns reached the outside world, complaints were dismissed, damning reports swept under the carpet, police investigations conducted half-heartedly, appeals to government ministers ignored.


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