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‘On Dec. 11, 2001, Dee Torres-Hill, manager of the Prado Daycare Center, told police that a mother, Elizabeth Carroll punched her own 5-year-old daughter in the nose. Investigators would later determined that Carroll didn’t punch her child. However, the damage was already done.

Even though Torres-Hill’s allegations were found to have no factual basis, other day care center employees continued to make accusations of child abuse against the parents, which resulted in their 3 children being taken from them, and placed in the custody of an alleged child rapist.

The parents, Richard and Elizabeth Carroll, who were homeless at the time, said that Torres-Hill’s false accusations stemmed from the Carroll’s refusal to pay 70% of their non-Social Security income to CAPSLO (Community Action Partnership of San Luis Obispo) to remain in case management.’

Read more: Police Remove Children from Caring Parents, Gave them To a Man Who Raped them for Six Years



‘As impressionable and vulnerable young Britons are considered at risk of radicalization, dozens may be taken into state care. Others have had their passports confiscated amid fears of extremist Islamist indoctrination.

This troubling trend was uncovered by the Times on Monday, after it obtained figures from an undisclosed high profile source.

Over thirty children in the past twelve months were found to have been subject to court orders because they were categorized extremist or thought to be at risk of radicalization.

Some have been put under temporary care orders, with UK courts increasingly intervening when family members seek to indoctrinate youngsters with radical ideologies.’

Read more: UK Children at risk of radicalization monitored and taken into state care 


Three-Year-Old London Child Deemed “Extremist” and Placed in Government Reeducation Program

‘The United Kingdom has gone batshit crazy. There’s simply no other way to put it. I warned about Britain’s “war on toddler terrorists” earlier this year in the post: The War on Toddler Terrorists – Britain Wants to Force Nursery School Teachers to Identify “Extremist” Children. Here’s an excerpt:

Nursery school staff and registered childminders must report toddlers at risk of becoming terrorists, under counter-terrorism measures proposed by the Government.

The directive is contained in a 39-page consultation document issued by the Home Office in a bid to bolster its Prevent anti-terrorism plan.’

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‘The Jehovah’s Witnesses Church in Australia failed to report to police more than 1,000 cases of child sexual abuse going back more than 60 years, it has been claimed.

Australia’s Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse was launched in 2013 amid allegations of serial child abuse inside the Catholic Church in Australia.

But it has a broad mandate to examine other religious and secular organisations.

At the opening hearing into the Jehovah’s Witnesses today, Angus Stewart, senior council assisting the commission, described the church as an ‘insular sect with rules designed to stem the reporting of sexual abuse’.’

Read more: Jehovah’s Witnesses Church ‘failed to report more than 1,000 cases of child sexual abuse dating back 60 years’


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‘A secret document relating to Westminster child abuse allegations and marked for destruction surfaced the day after Sir Leon Brittan died, The National can reveal.

The file came to light in the Cabinet Office archives on January 22 this year – 24 hours after the former Home Secretary passed away.

Its contents continue to be withheld but a newly published letter said the document related to Sir William van Straubenzee, a late Tory minister, and referred to the Kincora Boys’ Home in Belfast – a notorious orphanage at the centre of abuse investigations.’

Read more: File linked to child abuse surfaced the DAY after Leon Brittan died



‘One November day in 1998, a group of officials from Lambeth Council found themselves in an upstairs meeting room at Mary Seacole House, a concrete office block in South London.

It was the end of a lengthy business meeting. And they were sitting in stunned silence. The reason? A few moments earlier, a local police inspector had just delivered several pieces of earth-shattering news.

First, he revealed that detectives working on Operation Trawler, an investigation into a paedophile ring suspected of operating in the London borough’s children’s homes, were focusing their inquiries on 12 potential abusers.

Second, he was prepared to name these people. Third, it contained the names of several high-profile members of the Establishment.’

Read more: Crack Scotland Yard detective says top brass sabotaged his bid to expose Blair minister in Establishment paedophile ring



‘The most senior civil servant in the Thatcher government was accused of a ‘shocking’ and ‘cavalier’ attitude last night after he defended an apparent child abuse cover-up.

Former Cabinet Secretary Lord Armstrong was warned by the security services in 1986 that an MP had ‘a penchant for small boys’.

But no action was taken and yesterday Lord Armstrong, who refused to name the MP involved, insisted the allegations were just ‘shadows of a rumour’. He said he believed the decision not to investigate the paedophile claims was ‘correct at the time’.

It emerged this week that MI5 had known about the allegations but failed to investigate after the MP denied them. Sir Antony Duff, then MI5 director-general, wrote to Lord (then Sir Robert) Armstrong, saying the man ‘has a penchant for small boys’.’

Read more: I won’t name child abuse MP: Fury as Mrs Thatcher’s Cabinet chief defends failure to act over senior Tory


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‘Sky News reported that after months of requests, the Government had finally revealed that papers exist naming senior figures in the 1970s and 1980s.

They include Margaret Thatcher’s former parliamentary secretary the late Sir Peter Morrison, former diplomat the late Sir Peter Hayman, former minister the late Sir William van Straubenzee and Brittan.

One of the files relating to Hayman was held by the Cabinet Office but “overlooked” during a previous trawl for information.

In January the Government was forced to release details about a file prepared for Mrs Thatcher’s office on the “unnatural” sexual behaviour of Sir Peter, named in the Commons as a paedophile by Geoffrey Dickens MP in 1981.’

Read more: Top secret files on VIP child sex ring could shed new light on Kincora horror


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‘Government papers about the former home secretary Leon Brittan are among a fresh batch of documents which have come to light months after the conclusion of an official review into whether allegations of child abuse were covered up by the Home Office in the 1980s.

The documents also reveal that the then director general of MI5 corresponded with the Cabinet Secretary in 1986 about an unnamed MP who was alleged to have “a penchant for small boys” but accepted the politican’s word that he did not.

The letter from Sir Anthony Duff to Sir Robert Armstrong added: “At the present stage … the risks of political embarrassment to the government is rather greater than the security danger.”’

Read more: Leon Brittan among senior Westminster figures named in new child abuse files


Justice Denied Website Reinstated After Google Deletion

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