No vocabulary for what this is . . .
The Telegraph [UK] - Theresa May’s judgement questioned over botched appointment of Baroness Butler-Sloss to lead child abuse probe
Baroness Butler-Sloss stepped down as the head of a major inquiry into child abuse claims following criticism of her links to the establishment.
However on the following day The Daily Telegraph disclosed her late brother, Sir Michael Havers, was Attorney General at the time of the alleged abuses in the 1980s. . . .
. . . . Sir Michael, father of the actor Nigel Havers, reportedly tried to stop Tory MP Geoffrey Dickens from using parliamentary privilege to name diplomat Sir Peter Hayman, a leading MI6 officer, as a paedophile.
Needed: new vocabulary to define ‘well-connected child rapists belonging to top government posts and most powerful families and in top law enforcement positions and in highest diplomatic circles’. Not to be confused with ‘well-connected child rapists belonging to top positions in the Vatican and archdiocese worldwide’ or ‘well-connected child rapists at the highest positions in Hollywood and the music industry’.
Catholic church lawyer details cover-up claims on sex abuse
Jennifer Haselberger, the highest-level official from a US diocese to make claims of a cover-up, is a canon law expert educated at the Catholic University of Leuven, Belgium. She alleges a cover-up is happening right now in Minnesota.
[snip] ” . . . Haselberger said that when she started examining records in 2008 of clergy under restrictions over sex misconduct with adults and children she found “nearly 20″ of the 48 men still in ministry. She said she repeatedly warned Nienstedt and his aides about the risk of these placements, but they took action only in one case. As a result of raising alarms, she said she was eventually shut out of meetings about priest misconduct. She resigned last year. . . . “
” . . . Haselberger said scattered among storage locations throughout the archdiocese, she found priests’ records, including the history of allegations against them, their compliance with the monitoring program, and evidence of their misconduct. “The presence of so many files in so many different locations meant that often important information did not make its way into the priest’s personnel file,” she said.. . . . “