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Andy

Nick named 1 Week, 1 Day ago  
The man who could not be named has now been named.

www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-6455401...stigation-named.html
 
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#183436
Silent Minority

Re:Nick named 1 Week, 1 Day ago  
Shows how stupid the police and government can be!
 
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PhilE

Re:Nick named 1 Week, 1 Day ago  
Sun now have picture
 
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Jo

Re:Nick named 1 Week, 1 Day ago  
Interesting. I had come across the name but hadn't seen the face in full before. If he's not going on trial until May I wonder if he'll be kept in custody until then if he's a flight risk.

He seems to have been on a school board (beta.companieshouse.gov.uk/officers/nZnQ...xOGQFl4/appointments) and someone of the same name is mentioned as "chair of governors" for another Gloucester school (www.beechgreenprimary.co.uk/userfiles/fi...th%20June%202016.pdf).
 
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#183439
Re:Nick named 1 Week, 1 Day ago  
Carl Steven Beech - yes many of us have known all about him for many years. "Nick"named by many as "Four Chins". Almost certain to be kept in custody after he did a runner. I have very mixed emotions about him; I lay far more blame on police and media. They do like taking advantage of the genuinely deluded and assisting them. Thinking they will avoid censure. Hopefully much will come out in May that will see cops become ex cops, including Chief Constables and PCCs. And then there are the "middle men". I suspect Mark Williams Thomas could be associated with CSB.
 
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Last Edit: 2018/12/03 17:34 By JK2006.
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Andy

Re:Nick named 1 Week, 1 Day ago  
I feel sorry for the preacher Carl Beech, who will inevitably face quite a bit of flack from those who haven't checked properly and think it's him.
 
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Pru

Re:Nick named 1 Week, 1 Day ago  
Oh my God, 'Nick' was Peter Griffin all the time!


 
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holocaust21

Re:Nick named 1 Week, 1 Day ago  
Do you really think much will come out in May, JK? It feels like Carl Beech is just low hanging fruit. The police just arrested him to save face and give some pretense that justice has been done and the 0.000000000001% of false accusers have been locked up. And so they'll probably ensure that in his trial the real corrupt cops don't get punished.

It'd be great if Alison Saunders, Lynne Owens or Jim Gamble got locked up. But how is it possible to make this happen?
 
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heda

Re:Nick named 1 Week, 1 Day ago  
Pru wrote:
Oh my God, 'Nick' was Peter Griffin all the time!




lol

Yes I'm with JK on this.

Everything Mick said was so fantastical it cannot be stupidity with police rather something much more nefarious and malicious.

I'm reminded of my own false accuser from nearly 40 years ago and the way then in which West End detectives handled the matter professionally with a competently open mind.
It got me thinking afterwards that coppers probably have had to deal with false complaints about all sorts of matters over the years.

The result was within 3 hours they had the complainant confessing it was a lie and it was crude blackmail attempt. The police were rather disappointed I didn't want him charged with blackmail but fully understood the drama was just all too much.

How could an intelligent man like Keir Starmer QC and a trained professional lawyer like Alison Saunders tip on it's head one of the most precious protections in law when they proclaimed "believe the victim"?

I find it depressing that over the years the legal establishment remained silent on this.

I often think we are living in episodes of Judge John Deed.
 
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#183451
Anon

Re:Nick named 1 Week, 1 Day ago  
Why aren't Saville and Janner mentioned in the media, didn't he accuse them too?
 
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Sheba Bear

Re:Nick named 1 Week, 1 Day ago  
The Telegraph article says that his mother is a retired Church of England vicar.

www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2018/12/03/vip-...rst-time-carl-beech/
 
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