April 28th, 2014

Quote of the Day

The NSPCC:

“Max Clifford has rightly been unmasked as a ruthless and manipulative sex offender who preyed for decades on children and young women. 

Clifford was a rich and influential man who dined with the stars but the way he manipulated and groomed his victims is typical of many sex offenders. He exploited their vulnerabilities, using lies and coercion to get what he wanted.

Intimidated by his power and wealth, many of his victims did not initially speak out. But the courage they have shown in telling police what had happened to them and giving evidence means they have finally got justice.”


6 Comments

  1. 1
    ed martin says:

    these may be less unhealthy times than those past repressed days when both mr clifford & myself were young

    there did seem to be several worlds co-existing – difficult to define but (to me) rather disturbing

    the clean cop in the mirror paedophile story today becam a victim of the ‘two world’ society – let’s hope his story is well-aired – for both his and our benefit

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  2. 2
    LB says:

    That was the A press release.

    I wonder what was in the other envelop.

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  3. 3
    Objective Productions Magic show. says:

    There is one more nasty creep to be outed!

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  4. 4
    A FINE PAIR OF LUNGS AND I CAN PROVE IT! says:

    SCUM!

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  5. 5
    david says:

    If only he’d been Gay and a Tory MP he’d have gotten away with it.

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  6. 6
    Anonymous says:

    NONCE , hope u rot u smug beast

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