Saturday 20 May 2017 6.54pm
I deliberately didn't go into the facts of the case Debrajoan, I was simply wondering if the authorities should be held to account for their appeasement/inaction, which, appears to be still the case!
I referred to Mr Coyle as he is my local MP and I want an inquiry, get it?
Your last paragraph is roughly what the scumbags were saying, and are still saying, all over the country.
Sisterhood? How about societyhood?
I sincerely hope you regret that post, as it is total b*******.
First off, I didn't think that the "facts" of the case were a state secret, after all, the programme was broadcast on national TV.
I agree, Jan's post was informative and incisive, and yes, Mr. Coyle is the local MP, and you'd like an inquiry, so perhaps you should write and suggest/demand one from him.
I merely thought that constituents in Rochdale and Rotherham may have written their MPs too, and as is the norm, got nowhere.
I've no desire to argue with you about this, not least because it's something James quite rightly frowns upon, but I regret nothing, save for the fact that these unspeakable acts occurred.
I, (apparently aligning myself with the nation's scumbags), wrote that the TV dramatisation made it look as though the girls concerned didn't need much cajoling.
The real facts may have been much, much worse, probably were, the girls may have been as innocent and naive as new born babes, but that WASN'T how the TV show made them look.