The Dog that Didn’t Bark in the Night Time

The wheel that didn’t squeak.

I am really uneasy about the ‘Jimmy Savile’ case and associated events. I wasn ‘t going to mention this but then one of my favourite bloggers David Duff

Passed along this link:

And this led me here:

To the blog of Anna Raccoon. It is part of a series. Aside from being a damned impressive piece of writing it offers am alternative take on the reportage which is emanating from the so-called ‘mainstream media’.

My vague memories of Jimmy Savile consisted of his TV show ‘Jim’ll Fix It’. I was a bookworm as a child and my parents rationed television so I didn’t get to watch it much. An exception was Dallas on a Friday evening which we watching in the sitting room with plates of toast and homemade jam balanced on our laps.

I have tried to avoid stories about Jimmy Savile because the whole thing, to me, seems utterly pointless. The man is dead. What can this whole thing possibly achieve? I remember reading about Oliver Cromwell (star of our ill fated republic) In 1660 they had his corpse dug up, hung in chains, and beheaded. But then people were so primitive back then. Not at all like the contemporary era.

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  2. Chloe Says:

    Very good post. I am dealing with some of these
    issues as well..


  3. jimm Says:


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  4. Georgia M. Trevino Says:

    The information that becomes public over the coming weeks and months could shatter not just the BBC, but the whole country from top to toe, as entertainers, public figures and even former Prime ministers and current politicians are being exposed as the child abusing paedophiles they are. This isn’t just a cover up, it is one of the sickest and most grotesque scandals of all time orchestrated by apparently respectable members of the British establishment.


  5. Deanna Wilkinson Says:

    The whole manner by which those brave enough to make allegation are interrogated is at fault. We need a system where the victims are treated as such, and not as criminals themselves.


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