In a recent story in “Vice News” out of the United Kingdom, yet another sex scandal is going on over there. This one involves police and high-level officials including “politicians”, “prominent persons,” “high-profile people,” and “members of the establishment including judges”. Make no mistake, if it is happening over in the United Kingdom this same type of of corruption is happening here in the United States as well. You only have to look at the number of politicians who sponsored and voted for the sex offender registry and community notification laws and later were caught doing those very things that they wrote the laws about, to see this happens here too. There is also the simple fact that members of law-enforcement here in the United States are responsible for at least 3% of all of the new sex crimes each year, where people on the registry are only involved in new sex crimes at less than 2/10 of one percent ( police-brochure ). Interestingly there is about the same number of people in law enforcement, as there are registered citizens.
By Tom Dale
March 16, 2015 | 1:40 pm
The UK’s Independent Police Complaints Commission (IPCC) announced on Monday that it is investigating 14 high-level allegations that police suppressed evidence of child sexual abuse from the 1970s to the 2000s.
According to the IPCC, the assertions encompass the suppression of evidence, hindering or halting investigations, as well as covering up offenses because of the involvement of MPs, police officers, and other respected figures.
The relatively recent scope of the allegations — some as late as the 2005 — will draw added attention as previous allegations have largely been limited to the 1970s and 1980s.
All the allegations relate to the Metropolitan Police Service (MPS), the largest force in the country, which covers most of London.
One of the 14 allegations described in outline was “that during a sexual abuse investigation a senior officer instructed the investigation be halted and that that order had come from ‘up high’ in the MPS.”
Eight of the allegations explicitly refer to politicians, while others mention “prominent persons,” “high-profile people,” and “members of the establishment including judges.”
To read the rest of the story go to London Police Face 14 New Investigations into Corruption to Cover Up Child Sex Abuse