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At last the Guardian dares admit the False Allegations Industry exists!
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At last the Guardian dares admit the False Allegations Industry exists! 6 Months ago  
Never would I have thought the day would come. They will be admitting some women lie next.

www.theguardian.com/law/2018/feb/12/just...nce?CMP=share_btn_tw
 
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Re:At last the Guardian dares admit the False Allegations Industry exists! 6 Months ago  
Wow, that is quite a step forward. Perhaps it's not just women, though. The Guardian gave coverage to this story, which I assumed was true when I first saw it published alongside their Jimmy Savile coverage, but now wonder if it owes more to exaggeration and over-active imaginations.

www.theguardian.com/uk/2012/apr/13/abuse...tention-centre-crime
www.bbc.com/news/uk-england-tyne-31806390

"Two years after he had come across Husband again, the police tracked down Young to a bedsit he was then living in and pushed a note through the door asking if he'd give evidence about abuse that had happened at St Camillus, a home where he had been abused before Medomsley. For months he ignored them, but eventually he agreed to talk."

I'm reminded of this: prisonerben.blogspot.com/2012/02/justice-3.html

I know we're now supposed to believe that abuse is rife, especially amongst those "hiding in plain sight" as teachers/social workers, etc., but it's surely very bad luck to have been abused not just in one institution but two.

Then there's Ian, about whose story I am very sceptical.
 
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