Shooting the messengers to protect the powerful: Child abuse, corruption, war crimes, whistleblowers and WikiLeaks – a Welsh perspective

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Dedicated to Alison Taylor, who kept blowing the whistle in north Wales until people had no choice but to listen, and to whistleblowers everywhere.

Waterhouse not fit for purpose

In the wake of the outing of the late Jimmy Savile as a serial child abuser whose activities were facilitated by the BBC, health professionals, government officials and so on, the north Wales child abuse scandal is back in the headlines as the mainstream media finally picks up on the fact that the Waterhouse Inquiry wasn’t fit for purpose. This isn’t news to us here in north Wales – the news is that it’s getting some coverage at last.

Yet another Inquiry?

Some of us raise our eyes skywards at the prospect of more Inquiries that will guarantee big fat pay cheques for their officials (Waterhouse cost £13 million) and no promise of justice for abuse victims and whistleblowers. While…

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One comment on “Shooting the messengers to protect the powerful: Child abuse, corruption, war crimes, whistleblowers and WikiLeaks – a Welsh perspective
  1. Reblogged this on Sheva's Cross of Change Blog and commented:

    Dedicated to Alison Taylor who kept blowing the whistle in north wales, till people had no choice but to listen, and whistleblowers everywhere, especially, those on the verge of so doing, please do…………help us join the dots……….

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