Sunday, November 11, 2012

pedophile tactics ~ Wrong Guy! I'm confuused!

What have you done Steve.

Posted by admin On November - 10 - 2012
The Guardian. Foreword by Chris Spivey

This job really is a thankless task sometimes, which leaves me shaking my head in despair and thinking to myself ‘ why do I bother’. I am of course referring to Steve Messham’s apology to the paedophile McAlpine. We are now led to believe that Messham, who has been quizzed countless times on his allegation that he was abused by McAlpine, has just been shown a picture of the Lord and realised that it was not the same man that was in the photo he alleges the police showed to him in the early 1990′s. Messham also now alleges that when he was shown the photo in the early 1990′s the police told him that the man in the photo was McAlpine.
How much money have you been offered Steve? Let’s be clear here. We are now suppose to believe that despite the many quizzes Messham has faced and the BBC leaving themselves almost wide open for a multi million pound lawsuit, following a program based entirely on Messhams evidence, the man in question has only ever seen two photographs of McAlpine… Well one, since he now claims the first was not McAlpine. Really???
You have to have some sympathy with Messham. Once the ‘Greys’ pay you a visit, they are very persuasive… One way or the other. Messham, has also had, without doubt, an awful life by any standards. Accepting money to buy his silence would be wholly preferable to the alternative deal the ‘Greys’ would have offered him.  Moreover, the amount offered would have been more money than Messham would recieve going through the courts. The amount in question, when being decided, would have taken into account the far reaching implications to the Establishment as a whole, had Messham pursued his claim and the amount that would be claimed by others, once the flood gates were opened.
Furthermore, Messham is without a doubt, not the brightest bulb in the box and years of abuse will have left him easy to manipulate, easy to frighten and wholly unequipped with the stamina and strength of character needed to carry on.
Having said that, In retracting his claim, he has firmly re-bolted the Establishments door and in doing so left the coast clear for untold more children to suffer the same fate that he suffered as a child. Shame on you Steve.

Steve Messham apologises to Lord McAlpine over abuse claims

A former resident of a North Wales care home has apologised for wrongly claiming that the Conservative peer, Lord McAlpine, had sexually abused him.
Steve Messham, a victim of sexual abuse in care homes in North Wales in the 1970s, issued a statement on Friday evening in which he said that his claim was based on a case of mistaken identity
“After seeing a picture in the past hour of the individual concerned, this [is] not the person I identified by photograph presented to me by the police in the early 1990s, who told me the man in the photograph was Lord McAlpine,” he said.
“I want to offer my sincere and humble apologies to him and his family.”
Messham was interviewed for an item on BBC Newsnight which was broadcast on Friday last week. Although it did not interview McAlpine, it was introduced with the words: “this man says a leading Conservative from the time was one of his abusers”.
The name of the Tory peer and former party treasurer, who now lives in Italy, swiftly began circulating on the internet.
McAlpine finally broke his silence this morning to say that reports linking him to North Wales child abuse are “wholly false and seriously defamatory” – and to also say that he had only been to Wrexham on one occasion.
BBC sources have said that executives and journalists involved with the BBC2 programme, fronted by Jeremy Paxman and Kirsty Wark, concluded that there was no need to contact the peer before broadcasting the anonymised accusations because Newsnight had no intention of naming him.   read on...

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