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NO JUSTICE FOR ANVER SHEIKH
IN MAY 2002 Anver Daud Sheikh, a Yorkshireman and former British soldier found himself in York Crown Court facing allegations that he had sexually abused two boys who had been in his care in a childrenʼs home more than twenty years previously. There was no evidence other than the testimony of the two men who made the allegations. But nor, twenty years after the alleged incidents, was Anver able to produce an adequate defence. Like countless other care workers trapped by similar retrospective allegations all he could say was that the offences alleged against him had never happened. The jury, faced by two highly prejudicial complaints, declined to believe him. He was convicted and sentenced to eight years. simple. In our view the police had failed to investigate the allegations of abuse from former residents impartially. This is a very grave and fundamental error by the police and we will be calling for a thorough review of how the investigation took place.ʼ These trials have cost the British taxpayer hundreds of thousands of pounds. They have cost Anver Sheikh untold misery and years in gaol and all based on what? Evidence? No! Allegations, thatʼs what. He was condemned by a corrupted system which has allowed police to leave aside the traditional methods of gathering evidence of a crime to gain convictions by gathering allegations and using them as ʻevidenceʼ. Shame on them, shame on those who make malicious allegations and shame on the politicians who made the laws which allowed these miscarriages of justice and who fail to address them to this day.
FALSELY ACCUSED CARERS AND TEACHERS INFORMATION OPINION AND NEWS
CAMPAIGN ON BEHALF OF FALSELY ACCUSED CARERS AND TEACHERS
RETRIAL JURY BRINGS IN GUILTY VERDICT
AND CRUEL INJUSTICE CONTINUES
TONY BURKE – APPEAL
Seven weeks after his appeal hearing Tony was informed that, with some concessions, his appeal overall had failed. For all who know Tony, and for all who are aware of the details of the case, this judgement represents the latest cruel injustice to have been inflicted upon him and his family. In spite of this devastating set back we know that Tony will continue in his resolve to fight for justice and in turn we will continue to offer all the support that we can.
“a very grave and fundamental error by the police ...:
A re-trial was ordered after Anver appeared before the Court of Appeal. After hearing legal argument, Lord Justice Kennedy determined there should be a retrial and released Anver on bail. Today the jury in this second trial found him guilty. Of his own re-investigation of the case, Mark Newby says: ʻIt was quick and
FACTION / January 2005
THE ALL PARTY GROUP
MPs and Peers who have expressed concern and who are kept informed
David Amess Tim Boswell Kevin Brennan David Cameron Claire Curtis-Thomas Wayne David Sue Doughty Huw Edwards Edward Garnier QC Fabian Hamilton Evan Harris Nigel Jones Paul Keetch Jim Knight Edward Leigh John MacDougall Alice Mahon John McDonnell Kevin McNamara Tony McWalter Austin Mitchell Eddie OʼHara Diane Organ John Pugh Ken Purchase Alan Reid Iris Robinson Philip Sawford Barry Sheerman John Smith Martin Smyth Ian Stewart Bill Tynan Keith Vaz Rudolf Vis Bob Wareing Derek Wyatt Sir George Young Bt Richard Younger-Ross Southend West Daventry Cardiff W Witney Crosby Caerphilly Guildford Monmouth Harborough Leeds NE Oxford W Cheltenham Hereford South Dorset Gainsborough Central Fife Halifax Hayes & Harlington Kingston Upon Hull Hemel Hempstead Gt Grimsby Knowsley Forest of Dean Southport Wolverhampton NE Argyll & Bute Strangford Kettering Huddersfield Vale of Glamorgan Belfast Eccles Hamilton S Leicester E Finchley & Gldrs Green West Derby Sʼbourne & Sheppey Hampshire Teignbridge
E D I T O R I A L
Usually, we have a Letter from Rory, the Chairman of FACT, but this issue is being printed days prior to the next Committee Meeting in Birmingham so his letter, which normally summarises the meeting will be in the next issue. Forgive my undilutable joy at the departure of David Blunkett, our erstwhile Home Secretary. I make no apology for expressing utter delight and especially so considering the manner of his departure. He suggested that false allegations were to blame. Oh dear! I well remember being actually frightened of the legislation and attitudes of Michael Howard when he was Home Secretary. Blunkett, however, was even more scary. I have never seen such an assault on the civil liberties of the people of this country. He and his Department and his Party studiously ignored the recommendations of the Home Affairs Select Committee on Allegations of Abuse, they introduced the Regulation of Investigatory Powers Act which gives unprecedented powers to the State to spy on those whom it likes to call ʻcitizensʼ yet who remain ʻsubjectsʼ. ID Cards are on their way and I have no doubt their use will affect us all in ways we shall regret. They have locked people up in gaols who are suspected of terrorist links without evidence or trial and have chosen to ignore the Law Lords who have told them they are acting illegally. They have roared like mice about the illegal detention of suspects at Guantanamo Bay. The have, despite protestations to the contrary, tried to charge for time spent in prison by men who have been falsely accused and wrongly imprisoned. This behaviour is not merely shameful, it is so dangerous that I really do fear for the state of this nation. Iʼm not stupid enough to believe that we have not had bad law before but I detect a degree of unconcern for justice and injustice which is truly monstrous. This is corruption. So, yes, Iʼm glad Blunkett is gone. It is a measure of Blair that he claims Blunkett left with his integrity intact. No he didnʼt. Tell that to the senior Police Officer who faced dismissal, imprisonment and fraud charges over ʻexpensesʼ irregularities, later proved false after a multi-thousands of pounds investigation. Integrity? Bunkum! David Sherwell (Editor)
I was born in 1930, and for 35 years was a member of the Labour Party. As Shirley Williams I entered journalism in the 1950s, became General Secretary of the Fabian Society in 1960, and in 1964 was elected MP for Hitchin. I was a member of the Wilson and Callaghan Governments in the 1960s and 1970s, culminating in my period as Secretary of State for Education and Science, and Paymaster General, from 1976 to 1979. I lost my seat in the 1979 election. By 1980 it was clear that the Labour Party was veering into left-wing extremism, and in 1981 I co-founded the Social Democratic Party as one of the “Gang of Four”, becoming the first MP elected for the SDP in 1981 when I became member for Crosby. From 1982 and 1988 I was President of the new party. When, after the 1987 election, it became clear that the two parties should merge I strongly supported the creation of what was to become the Liberal Democrats. I lost my seat in the 1983 General Election following boundary changes. Outside Parliament I increased my academic commitments, as Public Service Professor of Elective Politics at the John F Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University from 1988-2000. I have held lecturing posts at Cambridge, and in Princeton, Berekely and Chicago in the US, and continue to lecture. I was married to the late Professor Richard Neustadt, a leading US political scientist. Previously I was married to the philosopher Bernard Williams. I re-entered Parliament in 1993 as a peer, and chose to use my old constituency of Crosby in my title: Baroness Williams of Crosby. I served as the Partyʼs spokesperson on Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs in the Lords from 1998 to 2001. I was elected Leader of the Liberal Democrats in the House of Lords in 2001 and served in this position until September 2004.
Lord Beaumont of Whitley Lord Bhatia OBE Viscount Brookeborough Lord Carlisle of Bucklow Baroness Carnegy of Lour Lord Dholakia Lord Eden of Winton Lord Ewing of Kirkford DL Baroness Janet Fookes Lord Graham of Edmonton Earl Howe Baroness Elspeth Howe of Idicote Lord Hylton Lord King of West Bromwich Baroness Mallalieu Lord Morris of Manchester Lord Plant of Highfield The Rt Hon The Lord Richard Baroness Thornton Baroness Williams of Crosby
If your MP is not on the list, a polite letter outlining our concerns and asking for him/her to join the All Party Group could be very helpful — Ed.
FACTION / January 2005
OH! THE IRONY!
Was it ‘False Allegations’ wot done fer ‘im?
David Blunkett, amnesiac, hadnʼt even left the stage when David Blunkett, straighttalking, noble force for good, brought down by love and vindictive pygmies, began to re-emerge. With a little more work he could - if we are not careful - complete the fastest political rehabilitation in history and be ready for a speedy return to government. So we should be very careful, and resist succumbing to general amnesia - David Blunkett was not laid low by love, but because he played fast and loose with the power he held as Home Secretary, and because he was, and remains, less than truthful about this. He most certainly did not, as Tony Blair claims, leave government “with this integrity intact”, and at the very least he left government with his judgment deeply suspect, and his capacity for finally arriving at the truth unproven. By some lights his sins are minor - one small immigration issue expedited, the odd mistake over a rail ticket, deployment of perks and use of country facilities thatʼd count as pretty low level in the business world. But government ought to be different, the rules in government are different, and a Minister who shows a readiness to grant special favours, alongside an apparent inability to own up to it before being forced to, should give us some pause for thought. This is particularly so in the case of the Home Secretary, who this year gave himself emergency powers to suspend every law in the country, and whose defence of an increasingly repressive raft of legislation leant heavily on ʻtrust me.ʼ But we canʼt, and we shouldnʼt. The trust issue shouldnʼt simply affect our views of Blunkett and of the department running the police, the security services and ID database, because the approach taken to the presentation of inconvenient and embarrassing facts throughout the Blunkett affair is no different from the way the current government operates in general. The objective is not to report, explain and justify but to present - what is actually true is of little consequence, while what the public can be induced to believe is true is of vital importance. Civil servants are co-opted and compromised in support of the party, not the country, and what is seen as good for the party and the leader is seen as being, by definition, good for everyone. Truth is what we say it is. So in the broader areas of policing and security, polls (not hard data) showing increased public perceptions of crime and terror problems are played up to and reinforced by heavily-spun but largely pointless ʻtough measuresʼ that will play at the ballot box, while in the case of Blunkett the facts are slowly mugged into the background (by everybody from Tony Blair down) in preparation for the return of a fundamentally decent, straight-talking man who Speaks for the People. If we can grasp how the latter process works, it may equip us better to deal with the former, with or without Blunkettʼs second coming. The legend Blunkett himself, never slow to find someone else to blame for his problems, did a fine impression of the wronged hero in resignation interviews, and the press did the rest. According to The Guardian, “Blunkett made clear that he had risked - and halted - his career for love”, while Blunkett himself said: “I misunderstood that someone could do this, not just to me, but to a little one as well.” Responding to Blunkettʼs letter of resignation, Tony Blair said: “You leave government with your integrity intact and your achievements acknowledged by all. You are a force for good in British politics and can take great pride in what you have done to improve the lives of people in this country.” The Guardian added: “Mr Blunkettʼs dignified departure is likely to boost public respect”, and reported that parliamentary colleagues were “ʼfurious and guttedʼ... the surprise resignation prompted widespread sympathy for a man seen as ʻhounded outʼ over his personal problems rather than for fast-tracking a visa ... There was also ʻimmense angerʼ at Labour backbenchers
David Blunkett was not laid low by love, but because he played fast and loose with the power he held as Home Secretary, and because he was, and remains, less than truthful about this.
FACTION / January 2005
“... a decent father concerned over the welfare of his child (if the boy is his child) might equally well have stepped back and allowed the Quinns space to try to rebuild the marriage heʼd done so much to wreck.
such as Diane Abbot and Peter Kilfoyle, who have called for his resignation, and Bob Marshall-Andrews, who told BBC 4ʼs Today programme he was ʻquite seriously unbalancedʼ. That had only shored up support.” The liberal Graun did not, thankfully, directly embrace the Shakespearian tragedy scenario that was being busily unveiled by much of the popular press, but rolled out Roy Hattersley on the miniscule nature of Blunkettʼs trangressions, and a depiction of his antagonists by Polly Toynbee as “frivolous rightwing effete scoundrels.” By Sunday ʻfriends of Blunkettʼ were telling The Observer that: “There seems to be a big disinformation campaign starting almost immediately from Condé Nast and the people supporting her,ʼ the friend said. ʻItʼs very much the American millionairess whoʼs managed to knock out the working-class lad whoʼs the voice of ordinary people ... it would appear that Alan Budd appears to have been as mesmerised by Kimberly as he [Blunkett] was.ʼ” The villains are therefore the right-wing millionnaire hypnotists the Quinns, for dragging Blunkettʼs personal life into the gutter, and the press (led by Vogue????), for hounding him out of office. Blunkett merely loved too much, and did it all, up to and including ʻsacrificingʼ his career, for his son. By Sunday evening Blunkett himself was stressing that he had complete trust in Budd, but his “friends” had already done the damage - “disinformation”? Morphing the truth David Blunkettʼs resignation statement began by addressing the matter of the Casalme visa. It noted that on Tuesday Sir Alan Budd had told him that there had been a fax and email exchange between his office and the Immigration and Nationality Directorate “not based on the application form as originally alleged but on the subsequent letter (informing her of a possible 12-month
delay) of which I was always aware but did not remember holding a copy. I have no recollection of dealing with this in any way.” Blunkettʼs lack of recollection here is notable, because on Monday of that week the Home Office had categorically stated that Blunkett had had “no contact with the letter at all, at any stage.” This letter had not previously been known to have been in Blunkettʼs possession, but it is difficult to see how else it might have found its way to the Home Office. Tory Home Affairs Spokesman David Davis said that it stretched credulity to believe that everyone at the Home Office has forgotten the exchange, and indeed it did. Blunkettʼs memory lapse in the statement however allows him to move swiftly on into martyr territory: “Given I have no recollection of issuing instructions to deal with the application, but only to continuing the elimination of the backlog in general, the easy thing would be to hide behind my officials. I will not do such a thing. In no way is my office or any individual within the department to blame for what happened.” That is, itʼs not his fault, he doesnʼt need to resign, but someone of his integrity is not going to let an over-zealous official take the blame, no matter how much they might deserve it. Martyrdom dealt with, Blunkett becomes the wronged father, and it is particularly worth noting that it is he who here introduces his personal life, and uses it to further his political ends: “I believe these issues would never have been raised had I not decided in September that I could not walk away from my youngest son. “I could not live with myself or believe I had done the best for him in the long term if I had abandoned my relationship with him. I only sought continued access to him through the courts, as I made clear two weeks ago, because all other avenues had been denied me.” Blunkett is probably right to claim that the “issues” wouldnʼt have come to light if he hadnʼt commenced legal action to gain access to Kimberly Quinnʼs son. As far as we can see, however, that simply means he feels that Cabinet Ministers are perfectly free to abuse the system so long as nobody blows the whistle on them, not that it is wrong for them to do so. We hold no brief for the Quinns, and by preference we do not do personal lives, unless we feel they have been thrust upon us. However, it seems to us that one could sauce this matter two ways - granted, accusing Blunkett of a string (for there was a string) of abuses of office in retaliation to a legal action may have been a low blow, but a decent father concerned over the welfare of his child (if the boy is his child) might equally well have stepped back and allowed the Quinns space to try to rebuild the marriage heʼd done
so much to wreck. Itʼs also a pretty low blow to fill the papers with quotes depicting the boyʼs mother as a vindictive harpy: “In future he [my son] will want to know, not just did his father care enough to sacrifice his career but he will want to know, I hope, that his mother has some regret... [and his tormentors should examine] their consciences about what they have done to that little boyʼs future. I hope they will think about it.” Facts and flexibility Blunkettʼs self-proclaimed reputation for straight talking should, one hopes, be a significant casualty of the affair, given that thereʼs been precious little of it about. Responding to the in the Sunday Telegraph a Blunkett spokesman denied that fast-tracking had taken place, and said that Blunkett had merely checked that the initial application had been in good order. A report in the Daily Mail raised the subject of the letter informing Casalme of a possible delay in the processing of her application, but did not establish that this letter had ever been in Blunkettʼs possession. That day the ʻexplanationʼ was honed somewhat to deal with the latest developments. The previous line that the application had never been at the Home Office was abandoned, and Blunkettʼs office instead offered: “David took it with him to the Home Office and said to his principal private secretary (Jonathan Sedgwick) and his deputy (Gareth Redmond), ʻI have got a piece of paper in my pocket, what does it say?ʼ One of them may well have read it to him and looked it over. There is nothing unusual in this.” The “piece of paper” here became more clearly identified as the initial application over the next few days, as denials that Blunkett had had anything to do with the letter became firmer. On top of these (just in case?), a knowledge of the existence of the letter was conceded, and it was suggested that Blunkett may have used his knowledge of the letter to prove to his officials that they were wrong to claim that immigration processing backlogs were being tackled. The spin-doctors also essayed the line that the Home Office was cracking down on backlogs at the time, and that it was therefore perfectly rational to expect Casalmeʼs application to have been dealt with speedily, along with the rest. This explanation wouldnʼt have needed Blunkett to admit bringing up the subject of the particular application, but was undermined by the fact that Casalme had had residency granted before she was actually qualified for it. The Sunday before Blunkettʼs resignation the letter reappeared, with “an insider” quoted as claiming Blunkett had produced the letter in a Home Office meeting, and that in response a Home Office official had asked immigration for the application to be “sorted”. The next day a spokesman for Blunkett denied this, saying he had “no contact with the letter at all, at any stage.”
FACTION / January 2005
On the Tuesday, however, Sir Alan Budd informed Blunkett had there had been fax and email traffic between the Home Office and IND concerning the letter, and this triggered Blunkettʼs resignation statement the next day. The statement claimed he had no recollection of having or doing anything with the letter, and implied he had nobly taken the fall rather than blame any official who might have been overzealous. In the days following the resignation Blunkettʼs memory seems to have revived sufficiently to produce yet another explanation. This time, he was given the letter by Kimberly Quinn, and ʻmust haveʼ put it into the Red Box used to carry his Cabinet papers. It could then very well have arrived at the Home Office in the Red Box by accident, and have been expedited by an overzealous official, again entirely accidentally. Oddly, according to yesterdayʼs blaming the overzealous official is precisely what was going to happen until Bill Jeffrey, head of the immigration service, declined to have one of his staff fitted-up, and blew the whistle. The fax and email traffic seems to have disappeared, so it is difficult to establish whose fault it was, and if everybody can be induced not to notice the way the line has changed over the weeks, and if Buddʼs report does not put serious blame on Blunkett, then in a few months time he could be back, either entirely innocent or as someone who has paid enough for minor errors. It matters In addition to offering ʻShakespearean tragedyʼ and ʻhubrisʼ, commentators are now wisely intoning that it was not the small matter of the fixing of an immigration application but the cover-up that did for Blunkett. This is true, as far as it goes, but there are other aspects of the affair that we would do well to bear in mind. The immigration matter was simply the most serious of a number of allegations of misconduct that were made about Blunkett. Some of these have been either admitted, or ʻexplainedʼ, but it seems reasonable to conclude that they suggest a pattern of behaviour, a habit of blurring the boundaries between his public duties and his personal life, and a tendency to show off his mighty powers to his circle of friends. Conduct of this sort will ultimately have a corrosive effect on government, damaging morale among civil servants who see it happening and encouraging them to grant favours in their turn. And, if everybody in the know can get things done, thereʼs significantly less chance that the system will work properly for everybody else, get fixed if itʼs broken, or that the people in the know will even notice if itʼs broken. Small matters produce large matters if theyʼre not dealt with
- that is why we have conduct rules governing small matters, and why senior members of the Government should be aware of them. The cover-up is also important as a symptom of general government behaviour, and is again something that shouldnʼt be dismissed as a small, isolated matter. Ask yourself if the outfit thatʼs played fast and loose with the Blunkett audit trail (and that just told civil servants to delete their emails after three months) is one you can trust with an ID scheme audit trail.
The Government is at the moment trying to sell us a whole range of new laws and measures that we will ultimately pay a high price for, and itʼs doing this on the basis of presentation, not facts. Today Parliament votes on the flagship of these, the ID card scheme, and new Home Secretary Charles Clarke is telling us that the ID scheme is “a profoundly civil libertarian measure” and no more threatening than “cash and credit cards, driving licences, passports, work security passes and any number of the other current forms of ID that most of us now carry.” Itʼs all part of the same, squalid picture.
ADVICE AND REPRESENTATION POLICY
FACT is sometimes asked about providing legal advice and representation to individuals in disputes with employers or child protection agencies. Whilst FACT is willing to provide support and information to individuals it services are no substitute for proper legal advice. False allegations can have very real consequences and must always be taken seriously. Where FACT is able to assist it does so according to the following key principles:1 FACT is essentially a campaign and support group for falsely accused carers and teachers. 2 FACT does not provide legal advice but recognises that it members have a need for information and advice which might be useful in preparing a response to any false allegations which have been made against them. 3 FACT recognises that members who face false allegations of abuse may also need help in understanding the investigative process, and in challenging the decisions of investigative bodies, child protection agencies and employers. 4 FACT will do its best to ensure that its members do not suffer through lack of knowledge concerning their individual rights and responsibilities when dealing with accusations made against them. FACT will meet this need through the publication of its leaflets, by giving general advice in FACTion and on its web site (www.factuk.org). 5 Where it is not able to help an individual member or is not competent to do so FACT will act as ʻsignpostʼ and direct individuals towards expert advice. 6 No member of FACT may represent an individual (or group of individuals) in any matter regarding false abuse using FACTʼs name without first being authorised to do so by the Committee. 7 Members of FACT who are asked for advice by others must make sure that the opinion they give is offered on an individual and personal basis only and not because they ʻrepresentʼ FACT. 8 Depending on the circumstances, FACT may be able to make representations on behalf of a member facing child protection inquiries, a disciplinary or employment hearing, or listing as an unsuitable person to work with children, or otherwise support applications in respect of parole decisions, referrals for pro bono legal support etc. All such requests must be made to the Committee via the Secretary. 9 Where appropriate FACT will also work in partnership with other agencies including Trades Unions, Citizens Advice Bureauʼs, legal centres and justice groups on individual cases. 10 Whatever the circumstances FACT will seek to exercise a responsible influence on the development of relevant social policies, reform of the criminal justice system and the need for better investigative practice in abuse cases at both a local and national level. 11 Individuals should be made aware that all false allegations involving accusations of abuse must be taken seriously, and that they can result in loss of liberty, curtailment of family contact, loss of career and employment opportunity, lasting damaging to oneʼs own personal reputation, and social isolation. 12 In all its dealings with its members and with the general public FACT stresses that there is no substitute for obtaining legal advice from a properly qualified and experienced lawyer in false abuse cases, and as and when necessary, in child protection and/or employment matters.
FACTION / January 2005
DONʼT BURY YOUR HEAD IN THE SAND
You must tell your insurers of any change in your circumstances. If you donʼt, your insurances for house and contents are null and void. The problem with telling them is they will more than likely cancel your policies. None of the big insurers want to touch you if you have a criminal record. I have found an insurer that will insure you if there is a 5 year gap between conviction date and your application. I was more than candid with them and they thanked me for my frankness. My opening phrase to them was “I am an ex-convict”. I told them frankly about my alleged crimes and informed them of my appeal and offered them the address of HAAP so that they could confirm my statement. You will be asked if you have been turned down by any other insurance companies, I was truthful and said yes. They accepted my application. I paid with a credit card. The policy covers all the normal things and they give you the opportunity to add anything else you might want. They were courteous and extremely helpful. There was no loading of the premium and you pay the first £50 of any claim. Thanks to Prison Reform Trust who gave me a phone number to try and to Call Connect who actually put me through to the insurers. The name of the company ... MORETHAN 0800 300 699 www.morethan.com Other companies you could try (given to me by Call Connect) Heath Lambert Bond Lavis 0800 0374397 0800 7408047
The Trauma of Wrongful Conviction
The trauma of false conviction was emphasised when I arrived in prison for the first time, not knowing what to expect. I was soon to find out! After being processed at Arrival Section, photos taken, body search conducted, I was escorted to the VP (Vulnerable Prisoner) Section and placed in a basic cell with no TV or Radio. Disbelief, helplessness and isolation were my dominant feelings. How could a judicial system (reportedly the best in the world) allow this to happen to an innocent person? I had always understood that conviction could only be on the basis of ʻbeyond reasonable doubtʼ. Now I understand the principle of ʻguilt by accumulationʼ. The allegations arose from either police trawling or by direct approach. The allegations were at least 15 years old. Isolation was the dominant feeling. There was no TV, radio, newspaper and no access to the telephone until I had set up and obtained the required PIN number so I could not contact my family. I felt overwhelmed by anxiety and fear. I did not understand the basics of how the prison systems operated. I didnʼt know how to obtain a razor, a towel or change of clothing. Now I was de-roled and basic decisions about my life were made by others, with no scope for personal initiative. Inactivity compounded my helplessness; I had nothing to do, had nothing to read – not even a newspaper to direct my attention elsewhere. I felt let down by my legal team. My solicitor had not attended my trial and was attempting to sort out witness statements in the middle of the trial. The attitude of my QC (who had never heard of FACT) had been overbearing, hostile and intimidating, seeking to blame me for the failures which were rightly those of my solicitor. I felt there were few people left in my corner. The first few weeks in prison were a frightening and horrendous experience. As the nature of my convictions had become known I experienced bullying and hostility from a number of other prisoners. Soon I discovered that they had been convicted of rape, murder and other serious offences themselves! It was a distressing and humiliating situation to have to endure. The following weeks allowed me to come to terms with prison procedures and routines. I obtained books and other material to help pass time. There is no scope for personal initiative in prison and it is difficult to understand how this can be in the prisonersʼ interest. Maybe itʼs not supposed to be!
I am told that Tesco might in certain circumstances entertain your application. R.O.G.
I now have a lawyer who is au fait with my type of case and will be handling my appeal. The clear lesson is to use only solicitors approved by FACT or HAAP. Thank God for FACT and HAAP and for the excellent people who work tirelessly to put right the wrongs of our failed judicial system.
FACTION / January 2005
A National Petition has been launched which will be used as and when the right time arrives. Hopefully now sooner than later. It will be utilised as further ammunition in the cause ... namely to get recognition from the relevant Authorities that ʻFalse Allegationsʼ of sexual / physical abuse are not a figment of anyones imagination, but are the basis for poor investigations, unfair trials, compensation claims, etc. Too many innocent, caring professionals are behind bars as a result of flawed practices. The very infrastructure of our society is being eroded, and many in Authority seem to be oblivious to, or donʼt want to admit, that Miscarriages of Justice, coupled with the ʻFalse Allegationʼ syndrome are tantamount to infringing the Human Rights of so many. After all, a person should be deemed “innocent until guilt is proven”. In all too many cases the reverse is now the norm. As members of a campaigning group we must all pull together. So often many feel helpless and afraid. Here is an opportunity to be POSITIVE and useful, and to contribute in no small way by collecting signatures. You may be refused by the unenlightened, that is their loss. There are more who feel concerned and who have their finger on the pulse, so to speak. You are ALL disciples, so ʻgo ye out into all the world and spread the wordʼ. Always remember that together we stand, divided we fall! We have a voice, we will be heard, please give your support to the best of your ability. All petition forms to be returned by March 31st. 2005 to the organiser, whether they are full or partially full. Thank you in advance for your support, it is greatly appreciated. Joan, aka the ʻorganiserʼ
‘Ritual Abuse’ and the Irish Republic
The Rape Crisis centre and ʻRitual Abuseʼ L.O.V.E maintain that all allegations of abuse must be fully investigated and protection of the child held paramount. However, where the professionals investigating I am bemused by the recent Florence the allegation lose their revival of ritual abuse Horsman Hogan objectivity – Gardai, Social allegations in Ireland. It follows Workers, Councillors, therein lies the immediately after the collapse of the Isle danger, and therein lies the possibility of of Lewis allegations in Scotland. Like an innocent person being condemned as the Orkney case 10 years before it, the a child abuser. allegations in Lewis the constant repetitious questioning of the children and campaigns Public hysteria, raised through ʻcareʼ by ritual abuse awareness groups. As in agencies through the media, is a very most cases ʻritual abuseʼ meant ʻsatanic dangerous thing to do unless the agency abuseʼ. The means by which one can is fully sure of its facts. The Rape Crisis secure allegations from young children was Centre came forward last week in the recently exposed in the Newcastle Nursery written and electronic media to state they case, where the accused won libel damages. have incidents of ʻritual abuseʼ in their Although numerous prosecutions followed statistics. L.O.V.E would like to ask why the original investigations in America, they are coming forward with what has, they occurred before the effects of the up to now been proven in other countries interview methods were recognised. There to be a myth – a very dangerous myth is now extensive psychological research for the people accused. Only one case demonstrating how easy it is not only to has ever succeeded worldwide, and the get children to adopt suggestions but how investigation methods were afterwards they will also come to believe them. It is called into question. now also known that the behavioural problems once There follows a statement associated with being ritual by Dr. Bill Thomson, abused are also caused by Criminologist and expert the questioning methods. witness in Ritual Abuse The vast majority of those Cases. convicted have now been released. The most recent Florence Horsman Hogan example was the Bakersfield (Let Our Voices Emerge) case where the children, the 086 876 2148 moment they had reached the age of majority walked into a Dr. Bill Thompson, a lawyers office and told them specialist in interview they had been forced to make methods, has been Dr Bill Thompson the claims they did. The studying ritual abuse same applies in England, allegations since 1984. where Jean LaFontaineʼs Since uncovering the flaws in the report found no evidence to support the interview methods that lead to Satanic allegations that had destroyed fifty families allegations, he has given evidence and supplied reports on interview methods in more than 200 cases including Orkney. He was a member of the Experts panel in the Home Affairs Committee Hearings into Care Home Allegations in the UK.
FACTION / January 2005
We are sometimes asked to recommend a defence Solicitor/Barrister/Law Firm experienced in abuse cases. We are very happy to put people in touch with our established contacts but they are sometimes not available or are geographically remote from where they are needed. It would be of great help if you could let us know of any lawyer whom you could recommend to others. If there are some details (e.g. email address) you donʼt know, thatʼs fine. Just fill in what you can and weʼll discover the rest. Please complete the form and return it to:FACT Secretary, PO Box 3074, Cardiff, CF3 3WZ Name of the Solicitor/Barrister Name of his/her firm Address
in the Family courts, or my work in Scotland and Wales; and I can confirm that the case frequently cited as proving ritual abuse was real - Pembrokeshire - the Satanic claims were all thrown out. Apart from children who have suffered oppressive interview techniques, the other major source of allegations are adult women who have received suggestive counselling or therapy, the validity of which is extremely dubious. Adult allegations in the US, based on regressive therapy, the same means by which people ʻrememberʼ that they were abducted by UFOs, dried up the moment insurance companies decided to remove recovered memories from peopleʼs health policies! The most bizarre aspect of these cases is that apart from the allegations is that no evidence apart from the allegations. It is all conjecture and conviction; yes, not even medical evidence. As Dr San Lazaro was forced to admit in the Newcastle case, she had talked up the evidence to fit the allegations. Other ʻconfirmationsʼ were also based on false signs of abuse, the most scandalous being the so called 4 millimetre rule, whereby any girl with a larger hymenal gap was deemed have been assaulted. Controlled studies on non abused children later demonstrated that gaps over 10 millimetres larger were well within the normal range. It would be a shame if the Republic was to make the same mistakes at the very moment the rest of the world is learning what went wrong.
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Miliband (Upper Sixth) promises little!
Several FACT members attended the All Party Group on Abuse Investigationʼs invitation to attend a conference held at Westminster. It was very successful. Whilst it was taking place the following matter was raised during Oral Answers to Questions concerning Education. The Minister was asked:Teachers (Malicious Allegations) 3. Tony Cunningham (Workington) (Lab) : What steps he is taking to protect teachers from malicious allegations made against them by pupils.  The Minister for School Standards (Mr. David Miliband): In November my right hon. Friend the Secretary of State launched a consultation on a new process for dealing with allegations against teachers and school staff. The consultation covers the reduction of time scales, new procedures to improve the management of cases and, significantly, advice by the Association of Chief Police Officers that anyone under investigation should not be named until they are charged with an offence. Tony Cunningham: I am sure my hon. Friend would agree that there should be zero tolerance of abuse in the classroom. Equally, there must be zero tolerance of malicious Mr. Miliband: As a former teacher, my hon. Friend speaks with real knowledge of the matter. He is right that the trauma of abuse of trust and of unfounded allegations need to be tackled. I am pleased that about 70 pr cent. of all cases are currently dealt with within three months, but we want to raise that figure to 95 per cent. because speed is of the essence. I remind the House that the sanctions on false and malicious allegations are extremely serious, including charges of perjury and perverting the course of justice. complaints against teachers. Will my hon. Friend assure the House that complaints will be dealt with speedily, and that firm action will be taken against those who make malicious complaints? Chris Bryant (Rhondda) (Lab): The Minister will know that it is not only in formal education that the poison of malicious allegations has been a terrible problem in recent years; it also occurs in informal education through the youth service. Will he ensure that the processes affecting teachers that he hopes to introduce in the next couple of years will also apply in the youth service? Mr. Miliband: My hon. Friend raises a good point. When we speak of unfounded allegations and of anonymity, simply to speak of teachers is not sufficient, given the range of professionals who work with young people. The safeguards that we want for children and for staff should apply to all those who work with young people in and out of schools.
“I think that the trauma both of abuse of trust and of abuse of teachers needs to be dealt with in a serious way by this House, and not in a posturing way.”
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Rev. Martin Smyth (Belfast, South) (UUP): Significantly, in Portcullis House there is a conference dealing with false allegations of abuse and what has happened in the courts over the years. We David Miliband MP welcome the improvements Sir Patrick Cormack (South and the commitment from Staffordshire) (Con): Does the Minister agree police officers, but will the Minister consult that the most important consideration is to with his colleagues throughout Government preserve the anonymityanonymity of those so that legislation might be brought in charged? He referred to that in his answer. to safeguard children and teachers? It is Will he assure the House that from now important that in the youth service at large, onwards, any teacher who is charged will those who devote themselves to teaching can have his or her anonymity preserved until we be protected, as well as those whom they know that that man or woman is guilty? teach. Mr. Miliband: It is certainly our view that teachers should have their anonymity preserved until they are charged, if they are charged. I should point out that very few are charged; about 17 per cent. of all cases end in a prosecution. I am pleased that ACPO has issued new guidance to preserve anonymity. There is also the responsibility of the press in the matter. The Press Complaints Commission guidance is very clear about what those responsibilities are, and I would expect the press to follow that guidance. Mr. Miliband: The House knows that the hon. Gentleman has a long and distinguished record in campaigning on these issues and bringing attention to them. I am happy to say that there is proper consultation right across the United Kingdom on the issue. It is important, as my right hon. Friend the Secretary of State has pointed out, that the Bichard inquiry referred to matters in this area, and we will respond to that shortly. I hope we will help to provide some of the reassurance that the hon. Gentleman seeks.
Mr. Tim Collins (Westmorland and Lonsdale) (Con): What the Minister said about speeding up trials is welcome, and his remarks about the importance of preserving anonymity will also be welcomed by many teacher unions and their representatives. But he knows that they want more than simple guidance from ACPO and exhortations to the media from the Minister, so why will he not act on what the teacher unions have specifically requested; legislation to guarantee anonymity in those circumstances? Mr. Miliband: The teacher unions have actually said that they want to see how the new ACPO guidance works, because this is an area where there are difficult issues. My hon. Friend the Member for Rhondda (Chris Bryant) referred to adults who do not have teaching status but work with young people none the less. We want to ensure that the guidance works, and I hope that we can count on the hon. Gentlemanʼs support in ensuring that it does. Mr. Collins: The Minister will know that we of course hope that guidance works, but he will also know that many teachers have been in extraordinary distress because their details have been published in the local media, placed there either by people in schools or by the police. He will know that a head teacher committed suicide this year in the Isle of Wight because his details were released in that way. May I press the Minister again to say why he will not legislate? My party is committed to support legislation on this matter. We will support any legislation that this Government introduce. If they continue to refuse to introduce that legislation, we will introduce it in a teacher protection Bill in the first Queenʼs Speech of the next Conservative Government. Mr. Miliband: It is very sad that the hon. Gentleman has sought to make a party political issue of this matter, but I cannot let it pass. His right hon. Friend the Member for Wokingham (Mr. Redwood) said that, under a Conservative Government: “In the first hour, ministers will explain to officials that we are not in the business of passing 4,000 new laws a year.” I urge the hon. Gentleman to look at what his right hon. Friend is saying. This area requires careful application of the law and due diligence in every case. I think that the trauma both of abuse of trust and of abuse of teachers needs to be dealt with in a serious way by this House, and not in a posturing way.
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I have received many requests from other prisoners to send, via FACTION, their heartfelt thanks for all the Christmas cards they received. Also comments as to how much the vigils are appreciated as a time when we unite to remember all our members who canʼt be with us. So on behalf of all our members awaiting justice may I say ʻThank You All Very Muchʼ. – Joy
Once again, many of us have had to spend yet another Christmas apart from family and friends. As each year passes we hope that commonsense will prevail. Room could always be made in our overcrowded prisons by recognising that innocent men and women pose no threat to Society. Although we do get disheartened when ʻinitiativesʼ appear to falter we are, nevertheless, encouraged by the tremendous support we continue to get from our friends in FACT. Their seemingly tireless efforts raise our hopes and once again we have Greetings from friends we may never have met. It has been comforting to know that, once again the Vigils have united us, in spirit if not in body and we are grateful for the effort so many have made to participate. To all of those who have sent cards and to all who have laboured on our behalf throughout the past year, a very sincere ʻThank youʼ Ron Hall Can I take this opportunity to say a very big thank you to all those who took the trouble of sending a Christmas card this year. Some of you I know, but many I donʼt know and it would be impossible to reply to you all personally. I also know of others in like circumstances, for whom the cards meant so much this year. I am lucky in that Iʼm in a prison where I have the opportunity to keep busy. This makes things so much easier. But I also feel so supported by the cards, which make such a difference. Many, many thanks. Derek Brushett On behalf of Robert (Bob) Cromwell, Joe Delgado and myself, our heartfelt appreciation of the very many Christmas cards and expressions of support. Personally I received over 50 cards and we were all overwhelmed by the sheer volume of cards received and sentiments contained within them. Our sincere thanks to everyone and best wishes extend to FACT members for 2005. Brian Ely
WYMOTTIANS CHARITY One of our inside friends informs us that prisoners at Wymott have raised more than £100.00 to aid the Asian Tsunami survivors. Despite very limited funds these men, some of whom are innocent and being punished for what theyʼve not done, still think of others who are suffering. Great work and a joy to witness such generosity. Name and address supplied. Correspondence via FACT Secretary please.
FACT NORTH WALES Congratulations Congratulations to John and Pat Rayfield who celebrated their 60th Wedding anniversary on 29th November 2004. Pat and John have been very active with FACT North Wales and also regularly attend national conferences. Their special day was marked with a telegram from the Queen wishing them very best wishes. Its perhaps a measure of their commitment to the cause that despite the pressures of the day John still found time to attend a North Wales FACT meeting. A small gift was presented to Pat and John as a token of the Groupʼs affection for John and Pat and appreciation for all that they have done, and continue to do, to support the work of FACT. Thank you
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APPLICATION FORMS & POSTERS
If you, your friends or relatives have access to Staff Rooms, Libraries, or other places where ʻat riskʼ people work or play please consider placing some forms and posters there (with permission). They not only may provide the help needed by one of the staff or a visitor, they also help spread the word about the very real dangers people face from false allegations. Some possible places are: Staff Rooms in schools / homes Public Libraries Doctors Waiting Rooms Sports Centre Rest Areas Education Authority Offices Social Services Offices Day Care Offices Solicitors Offices Welfare Rights Centres Law Centres Citizens Advice Bureaux Local Authority Advice Centres Staff Notice Boards Union Offices Church Notice Boards Would you like some Application Forms for membership of FACT? A4 and A5 posters are available free of charge from the Secretary (though a s.a.e. or some help with a postage stamp or two would be appreciated).
January 4th Ian Brooke FG5450 HMP Wakefield Love Lane Wakefield W Yorkshire WF2 9AG January 11th Tony Andrews LD6726 HMP Wymott Ulnes Walton Lane Leyland Preston PR6 8LW February 12th Ron Hall DW 7473 HB2 G1-10 HMP Dovegates Uttoxeter Staffs ST14 8XR March 1st Martyn Locklin FL 6984 HMP Frankland Finchley Avenue Brasside Durham DH1 5YD March 9th John Dent GD 7068 HMP Whatton Cromwell Road Whatton Nottingham NG13 9FQ March 15th George Anderson FG5450 Maghaberry Prison Old Road Balinderry Upper Lisburn Northern Ireland BT28 2PT March 15th Mark Bailey JG 6787 HMP Albany Newport Isle of Wight PO30 5RS
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WEB LINKS Useful links on the Internet Richard Webster Author Excellent site with many articles on false allegations www.richardwebster.net Innocent
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“... in a free society, the weight of allegations does not equal guilt.” Ross Clarke
“We expect a great deal of our police service and we rightly subject their actions to intense scrutiny.” Hazel Blears Labour MP
“... let the message go out, that we can provide security where there is none; Opportunity where it is limited; Justice where its is denied; Inclusion where there is exclusion; Prosperity where there is poverty; Then we will have in our generation and in our time, not only have fulfilled our mission to the people of Britain, upheld the finest traditions of our party but also given hope for a better world.” Gordon Brown Labour Party Conference 2004
“Innocent people will not be wrongly convicted under the new arrangements that weʼre making”
Baroness Scotland – Minister of State for the Criminal Justice System and Law Reform
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