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)

Egyptian MB visitor to US was implicated in child porn

April 20, 2012

(EOZ) From Bikya Masr last week, in a story that really flew under the radar:

The US State Department broke with procedure last week when it ordered US Customs and Border Protection (CBP) not to conduct a secondary inspection on members of the Egyptian Muslim Brotherhood’s Freedom and Justice Party (FJP) on their way to visit government officials in the US.
It is not clear where the order was issued from.
This happened despite the fact that one member of the delegation had been implicated – though not charged – in a US child pornography investigation, according to the Investigative Project on Terrorism.
The person of interest to the US State Department was Abdul Mawgoud Dardery, who was part of a pornography investigation in Pennsylvania. He was the senior member in the four-person FJP delegation, which held court with academic groups and met with senior officials at the White House and State Department.
Dardery had lived in the United States long enough to attain legal permanent residency, known as a Green Card. That status lapsed after he left the country for more than six months. The child pornography investigation took place during Dardery’s time in the US and was so noted in his immigration file. It surfaced when CBP officials learned of his pending visit.
A US official said that extra inspection is standard operating procedure when a foreign visitor has been tied to criminal or terrorist activities. “Secondary inspections” involve going through the visitor’s baggage and viewing the contents of computers and other electronic devices to search for evidence of illicit activity. Agents would typically search other members of the party to ensure Dardery did not hand off his computer equipment to an associate to avoid detection.
In addition, the Brotherhood’s relationship with the Palestinian terrorist group Hamas would have triggered extra scrutiny for the incoming delegation. But that “secondary inspection” never happened, a law enforcement source said. The State Department ordered CBP not to do it.
The State Department issued a cable specifically barring customs officials from carrying out any inspections of Dardery and the other members of the delegation on their arrival at New York’s JFK Airport.
The Brotherhood recently won a near majority in parliamentary elections – a sweep by any evaluation.
Ironically, they are keen on introducing legislation to block Internet access to pornography in Egypt.

The IPT report is here.


Truth in Advertising

December 20, 2011

Forty-five students found held in basement in chains by police raiding Islamic seminary thought to be ‘Taliban training centre’

December 14, 2011

(dailymail.co.uk) Forty-five students, among them young children, were discovered held in chains in a basement when police raided an Islamic seminary in Pakistan last night. The male students, some said to be as young as 12 but appearing even younger, were found in what amounted to a dungeon at the Madrassa Zakarya in the Sohrab Goth district of Karachi.Led barefoot from their prison, captives told officers they had suffered regular beatings and been hung upside down as a form of punishment.

Freed: Young Pakistani students sit a room after being rescued following a police raid on Madrassa Zakarya in Karachi last night

Freed: Young Pakistani students sit a room after being rescued following a police raid on Madrassa Zakarya in Karachi last night
A young student cries after being rescued. Pakistani police found 45 students found chained in the basement during the raid

A young student cries after being rescued. Pakistani police found 45 students found chained in the basement during the raid
A young student carries his belongings as he leaves the madrassa after the raid last night

A young student carries his belongings as he leaves the madrassa after the raid last night

Others said they had been visited by Taliban fighters and that 10 of their fellow students had disappeared in recent months.
One boy said that visiting Taliban members had told them to ‘prepare for battle’. Some Pakistani madrassas have long been suspected of grooming Islamic militants.
Police arrested a cleric and two others at the scene, but the madrassa’s administrator managed to escape during the raid, Pakistan’s Express Tribune reported.

Local police Superintendent Rao Anwar told the paper: ‘Those recovered are aged between 12 and 50 years and are mainly of Pakhtun ethnicity.
‘A few drug addicts and mentally challenged persons were also among those who were recovered.’
‘It seems that the administration was running a sort of religious school-cum-rehabilitation-centre and were receiving considerable sums of money from parents of those kept in for that purpose.’

Rescued Pakistani students sit in a police vehicle after the police raid

Rescued Pakistani students sit in a police vehicle after the police raid
Not all the captives were young children, but all were of ethnic Pakhtun origin

Not all the captives were young children, but all were of ethnic Pakhtun origin
The students had been kept chained and told of regular beatings and visits from Taliban fighters

The students had been kept chained and told of regular beatings and visits from Taliban fighters

Sanaa TV, a local station, showed footage of the raid and the chained students, who danced and cried as police began to free them.
‘We were kept in chains and hung upside down and beaten with sticks if we didn’t comply. We were told that we would be given training to fight in Afghanistan,’ one boy said.
Another told how Taliban fighters had visited the seminary, led prayers and told them to prepare for battle.
The raid came after an anonymous tip-off to authorities. Police official Mukhtiar Khaskheli told Agence France-Presse that a full investigation would probe any possible links with militants.
‘The madrassa officials claim that they had chained those students because they were drug addicts and they wanted to rehabilitate them and make them better Muslims,’ he added.

Policemen continue to search the basement of Madrassa Zakarya

Policemen continue to search the basement of Madrassa Zakarya
Pakistani policemen examine documents found at the Islamic seminary. One cleric and two others were arrested at the scene

Pakistani policemen examine documents found at the Islamic seminary. One cleric and two others were arrested at the scene

According to the Press Trust of India, most of the captive students had been brought to Karachi from remote parts of Khyber Pakhtunkhawa province, a hotbed of Taliban activities.
‘What we have learnt is that the parents used to pay the seminary for the education of their children who were sent to Karachi to get religious education,’ a police official told the agency.
Pakistani government records seen by AFP suggest there are 15,148 seminaries in Pakistan, with more than two million students.
But officials suspect many more unregistered schools exist, providing the children of Pakistan’s poverty-stricken majority with the only education they can afford.

Men in Glass Houses don’t Dress Children in Basement


85 busted as Brooklyn district attorney’s Project Tzedek targets child-sex predators in Orthodox Jewish community

December 11, 2011
SNARED:Andrew Goodman (above), one of 85 sex-abuse suspects arrested over the last three years by Project Kol Tzedek, has been accused of preying on the boys of Brooklyn’s Orthodox Jewish community and — even after his arrest on sex-assault charges — was caught on video ushering teens into his Flatbush home (below). He is being held on Rikers Island in lieu of a $1 million cash bail. (nypost.com) SNARED: Andrew Goodman (above), one of 85 sex-abuse suspects arrested over the last three years by Project Kol Tzedek, has been accused of preying on the boys of Brooklyn’s Orthodox Jewish community and — even after his arrest on sex-assault charges — was caught on video ushering teens into his Flatbush home (below). He is being held on Rikers Island in lieu of a $1 million cash bail.

Goodman was adopted and grew up in a traditional Jewish family. His parents went to synagogue and had Friday-night Sabbath meals, sources said. Goodman attended yeshivas through high school and went to yeshivas in Israel, the last time in 2005.

Learning From the Murder of a Pedophile

November 27, 2011

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Lingerie for girls Under 12? Exploitative?

August 16, 2011
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Young_looking_models_posed_with_sunglasses and teddy_bears made_to_make her_look_like_a_child, while the actual children are made to look like adults. Are you more righteous then me because I am the one who reposted this? …but you were the one who clicked the link!

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