Jimmy Savile Abused 100s of Children @ the BBC While Under Mark Thompson CEO of The NYTimes today

January 13, 2013

Saville of the BBC was physically abusing hundreds of children–the youngest of whom was just 8–as well as many young adults whom he met through his high profile charity work at various children’s hospitals throughout England. The New York Times and Reuters are not keen to note who was the actual BBC chief during the end of Savile’s crime spree. As it happens, the man in charge of the BBC during the last seven years of Jimmy Savile’s life was none other than Mark Thompson, now the CEO of The New York Times. Thompson resigned as head of the BBC in September of 2012. Savile’s crimes began in Manchester in 1955, peaked in the late 70’s and early 80’s, and continued at a lower pace all the way until at least 2009, two years before his death at 85. The police report concludes that Savile committed 214 criminal offenses including 34 rapes or other serious sexual assaults across England. (MORE)