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    BULLIED TO DEATH BY BRITISH SOCIAL SERVICES.....EVERY PARENT MUST SEE THIS !

     

    . Since her teens, Pam had suffered periodic bouts of depression, and this had intensified recently.

     

    A single mum, Pam was despairing at being parted from he Son she loved more than life itself.......this single mother died with a broken heart !

    A spokesperson for the County Council involved, which is in the Midlands, said: ‘We are unable to comment on this individual case.’

     

    Of course they don't want to comment how can they justify such sadistic,callous,inhuman, cruelty !

     

     

    This is why I am a British expat.....as a single dad of Sons I despise everything social services stands for.....too many loving families have been destroyed by these morons

     

     

    Now  check out these pedophile monsters who are the REAL perpertrators of  heinous child abuse within the catholic priesthood and community !

     

    Abuse at Benedictine Monasteries

    In  April 2006 civil damages were awarded jointly against Dom David Pearce,  a former head of the junior school at St Benedicts, and Ealing Abbey in  the High Court in relation to an alleged assault by Dom Pearce on a  pupil while teaching at St Benedict's School in the 1990s, although  criminal charges were dropped. He was subsequently charged in November  2008 with 24 counts of indecent assault, sexual touching and gross  indecency with six boys aged under 16. The counts related to incidents  before and after 2003, when the law was changed to create an offence of  sexual touching. After admitting his guilt at Isleworth Crown Court to  offences going back to 1972 Pearce was jailed for eight years in October  2009.

    The  conduct of the Ealing monastic community, as trustee of the St.  Benedict's Trust, was examined by the Charity Commission, which found  that it had failed to take adequate measures to protect beneficiaries of  the charity from Dom Pearce.

    There  has recently been an allegation of cover-up involving Ealing Abbey and  abuse towards a female pupil at St Gregory's Roman Catholic Primary  School, a state school in Woodfield Rd, Ealing, with strong links to the  abbey. The abuse is alleged to have occurred in the 1970s.

    Father William Manahan of Buckfast Abbey pleaded guilty at Exeter Crown Court to eight charges of sexually assaulting pupils.

    Father  Paul Couch was also found guilty earlier of two counts of serious  sexual assault and 11 of indecent assault. Father Couch committed the  offences against six boys between 1972 and 1993 during two periods at  the school. He was a Royal Navy chaplain from 1978 until 1983 and again  from 1992.[10] In 2007 he was sentenced to ten years in jail.

    Several  monks and three members of the lay teaching staff at Ampleforth  College, one of the leading Roman Catholic schools in the country, have  molested children in their care.

    In  1995 Fr Bernard Green, then a housemaster, was arrested after  indecently assaulting a sleeping boy in one of the school's dormitories.  He received two years' probation for an incident which was said to have  "petrified" the boy concerned.

    In  2005 Fr Piers Grant-Ferris admitted 20 incidents between 1966 and 1975  including beating boys bare-handed on the buttocks, and taking  temperatures rectally. The Yorkshire Post reported in 2005 that former  Abbot Basil Hume did not call in police when the initial incident came  to light in 1975, but removed Father Grant-Ferris. Several other  incidents came to light in 2003, when the abbey hired a psychologist to  conduct risk assessments on staff.

    Father  John Kinsey of Belmont Abbey, Herefordshire was sentenced to five years  at Worcester Crown Court in 2005 by Judge Andrew Geddes for a series of  serious offences relating to assaults on schoolboys attending Belmont  Abbey School in the mid 1980s.

    Kinsey  attacked three schoolboys while a monk at Belmont Abbey during a  two-year period, grooming and attacking victims during bell ringing  lessons and altar service duties. The frequency of his attacks increased  to a weekly basis before Kinsey was sent away from the Abbey for a  short period to train as a priest.

    In  January 2012, Father Richard White, a monk at Downside Abbey, near  Westfield, Somerset, who formerly taught at its school, was jailed for  five years for gross indecency and indecent assault against a pupil in  the late 1980s. White, 66, who was known to pupils as Father Nick, had  been allowed to continue teaching after he was first caught abusing a  child in 1987 and was able to go on to groom and assault another pupil  in the junior school. He was placed on a restricted ministry after the  second incident but was not arrested until 2010. Two other Downside  monks, also former teachers, received police cautions during an 18-month  criminal trial. One of the cautioned monks has been named as Michael  Hurt (Brother Anselm).

     

    arrested  after indecently assaulting a sleeping boy in one of the school's  dormitories. He received two years' probation for an incident which was  said to have "petrified" the boy concerned.

    In  2005 Fr Piers Grant-Ferris admitted 20 incidents between 1966 and 1975  including beating boys bare-handed on the buttocks, and taking  temperatures rectally. The Yorkshire Post reported in 2005 that former  Abbot Basil Hume did not call in police when the initial incident came  to light in 1975, but removed Father Grant-Ferris. Several other  incidents came to light in 2003, when the abbey hired a psychologist to  conduct risk assessments on staff.

    Father  John Kinsey of Belmont Abbey, Herefordshire was sentenced to five years  at Worcester Crown Court in 2005 by Judge Andrew Geddes for a series of  serious offences relating to assaults on schoolboys attending Belmont  Abbey School in the mid 1980s.

    Kinsey  attacked three schoolboys while a monk at Belmont Abbey during a  two-year period, grooming and attacking victims during bell ringing  lessons and altar service duties. The frequency of his attacks increased  to a weekly basis before Kinsey was sent away from the Abbey for a  short period to train as a priest.

    In  January 2012, Father Richard White, a monk at Downside Abbey, near  Westfield, Somerset, who formerly taught at its school, was jailed for  five years for gross indecency and indecent assault against a pupil in  the late 1980s. White, 66, who was known to pupils as Father Nick, had  been allowed to continue teaching after he was first caught abusing a  child in 1987 and was able to go on to groom and assault another pupil  in the junior school. He was placed on a restricted ministry after the  second incident but was not arrested until 2010. Two other Downside  monks, also former teachers, received police cautions during an 18-month  criminal trial.One of the cautioned monks has been named as Michael  Hurt (Brother Anselm).

    And now this from the highest echelons of Britain's aristocracy, military and diplomatic elite and yes... a CATHOLIC again !

     

     

      

    One of Britain's most famous, highly decorated and respected Second World War commanders  has been accused of sexually assaulting destitute children sent to  Australia as part of an imperial settlement scheme.

                

    Field Marshall Viscount Slim, who routed the Japanese in the  jungles of Burma, was appointed governor general of Australia after the  war.

    The war hero, who died in 1970, allegedly groped  underprivileged British children who had been sent to Australia as part  of a now discredited plan to populate the Empire with the unwanted  offspring of the working class.
             
    visits made by Viscount Slim made to a child migration  centre run by the Fairbridge Society in rural New South Wales.

    The society was one of several child migration charities  which dispatched about 100,000 impoverished British children to  Australia, Canada other remote parts of the Empire from the late  19th century to the 1970s.

    During official visits to the Fairbridge Farm School in 1953 and 1955, the former general allegedly  fondled young boys as they rode in his official union jack flying  Rolls Royce car.

     

    School:  The majority of pupils at Fairbridge Farm School, of which Viscount  Slim was a patron, were British migrants aged about 8.

    Viscount Slim would arrive at the school in his Rolls  Royce and 'the next minute we were sitting on his knee and he's got his  hands up our trousers'.

     

     

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