Sunday, May 17, 2015

Abuse victims 'will not be pleased' with VIP paedophile inquiry

Baroness Butler-Sloss believes the child abuse inquiry will fail
The inquiry into historic child abuse by VIPs is flawed and victims will be denied justice, according to a former head of the probe.

Baroness Elizabeth Butler-Sloss quit the investigation in July 2014 after it emerged her brother Sir Michael Havers was Attorney General at the time of some of the worst alleged abuse in the 1980s.

But giving a public talk in the run-up to the election, the 81-year-old was recorded saying she believed the inquiry was doomed to failure.  (more...)

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