The BBC: A Child Sex Abuse Ring Masquerading as a Broadcast Network
by Bryan Preston
More child sex abuse allegations have surfaced inside the British Broadcasting Corporation. They include current network staff and contributors, as well as some who have left the network.
[quote]Twenty BBC employees have faced a total of 36 allegations of sexually abusing children and teenage victims since the Jimmy Savile scandal rocked the U.K. public broadcaster last year, according to the Guardian.
The complaints, about an unknown number of victims under the age of 18, have come to light in the six months since October, according to the response to a Freedom of Information request to the BBC.
The BBC said in a statement that it was “horrified” by the allegations made against the 20, who have worked for the BBC in some capacity over the past five decades.
I wonder why the UK’s main source of news didn’t blow the whistle on itself … well, no, actually I don’t wonder!