SUICIDE as the most promising option? Crucified for doing the right thing!

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ATOS PROTEST BY ECAP

ATOS PROTEST BY ECAP (Photo credit: Edinburgh Coalition Against Poverty)

First, I got this 18-page long collection of press coverage regarding suicides due to ATOS and benefit cuts – from a courageous whistleblower, these wonderful people who get crucified for doing the right thing. See Whistleblowers UK – a coalition to support all those standing up to wrongdoing and corruption in the workplace – in the Care Home, Defence, Police, NHS, Banking.

It was followed by this collection of links:

Care Home Victims and the Mainstream vs Social Media in the wake of the Savile Scandal

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BBC Radio 5 interviewed Keith Gregory who was taken into care at Bryn Estyn when he was 12 years old.

Most of them were Freemasons.

2 MPs, judges, serving policemen, senior policemen, business people from Wrexham and all over Britain.

Everybody was crying themselves to sleep at night.

Many, many people committed suicide.

In the Waterhouse Inquiry [The Telegraph, 06 Nov 2012] we were told we would receive proper counselling. We are still waiting…

The Daily Star writes on 10 Nov 2012:

Care Home Paedophiles were Masons: Keith Gregory suffered two years of mental, physical and sexual abuse at the Bryn Estyn children’s home

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“Kids in Crisis”: an Anatomy of cover-ups by a scandal silenced sinced 1998

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Guardian / Front page - 19 February 2011

Guardian / Front page – 19 February 2011 (Photo credit: *spo0ky*)

Here is the story of a former Director of Social Services who had become a whistleblower, but was gagged to remain silent: Silencing a scandal – the story of Colin Smart – published by The Guardian in April 1998:

“It is debatable,” he wrote, “whether the majority of children now in residential care have been more harmed by the circumstances which brought them into the system, or by their time with social services.”

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