On Monday, the SKWAWKBOX revealed the news that a serving Chief Constable of a UK police force has been accused of complicity in serious child sexual abuse.
The logo of the government’s abuse inquiry
In spite of police interviewing the officer under caution and taking many hours of evidence around nine months ago from a victim who identified the officer, as well as from a survivors’ charity head and a serving MP who supported the victim through the identification process, no action has yet been taken.
And the Chief Constable is still in post.
Within hours of the publication of the article, the Daily Mail contacted charity head and former panel member on the government’s child abuse inquiry, Sharon Evans, in an attempt to persuade her to give them the story – thereby showing the credibility of the reports.
The Mail claimed to know the identity of the victim –…
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