Thatcher Cabinet stifled Kincora child sex abuse inquiry 30 years ago

On this recording Ken Livingstone talks about raising the issue of Kincora Boys Home in Parliament while  Maggie Thatcher was Prime Minister, and the fact that MI5 were filming child rape in order to gain leverage with people.

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David Hencke

Jim Prior,now Lord Prior. blocked the opportunity for a full-scale public inquiry into the notorious Kincora child abuse scandal, Cabinet minutes released under the 30 year rule revealed today.

The minutes of the Cabinet meeting (see http://bit.ly/19zxFqT ) reveal on 10 November 1983 Jim Prior, then Northern Ireland Secretary, proposed not to have a full Tribunal of Inquiry – the same mechanism, used to investigate  the Bloody Sunday atrocities, the North Wales child abuse scandal and the Dunblane massacre.
The minutes reveal the Cabinet – who included the now all ennobled Leon Brittan, then home secretary, Michael Heseltine,defence secretary and Norman Fowler, social services secretary, bought the Royal Ulster Constabulary line that there was nothing in it. He said he was being “pressed to hold an inquiry under the Tribunals of Inquiry”. But he didn’t believe Parliament would buy it.
But he said two police investigations had discovered nothing and…

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survivor of CSA & DV. Instigator/organisor of first public march & rally against child sexual abuse 1993.

Posted in Abuse, Care Homes, Child Sexual Abuse, Cover Ups, Essential Reading, Institutional Abuse, Organized Abuse, Paedophilia, Political Paedophiles
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