Narcissism defined in part. Persistent bullying behaviors such as making fun of, threatening, degrading, or scapegoating people (including parents and other adults) Persistent need to win no matter who is hurt Persistent lying to benefit oneself (will lie about lying, turn lies into someone else’s fault, deflect accountability by attacking messengers who point out… Continue reading False victimisation syndrome and social media. Update.
Lynne Owens, head of the National Crime Agency (NCA), told police officers on rape cases to “arrest first” and investigate later while she was a chief constable. Owens, tipped to be a future Metropolitan police commissioner, overhauled sex crime investigations to improve the detection rate when she was head of Surrey police. However, her approach… Continue reading Police Chiefs Rape Order: Arrest first, investigate later.
I have worked in this field for more years than I care to think about. I know it inside out, I have lived breathed and been a “victim” of false allegations. The police were so busy chasing me, that they failed to protect children. That is a provable fact in my cases. I have seen… Continue reading The impact of false allegations on genuine victims. A rant.
A unique perspective, albeit a snapshot only, of what I, as a single campaigner, have witnessed and experienced. This is just me venting and not meant to be anything other than something for people to read if they are interested. I can of course support everything I have said with evidence. That’s just how it… Continue reading Behind closed doors – the impact of false allegations.
Britain is in the grip of a “new moral panic” over child abuse in the wake of the Jimmy Savile affair and the spread of false allegations is ruining innocent lives, according to one of the country’s leading criminologists. Lessons learned from claims of institutionalised child abuse in the past 30 years have been forgotten,… Continue reading Moral panic warning after Savile abuse
I now have difficulty seeing myself being remotely employed, sociable, and relaxed enough to pursue any kind of relationship. The deterioration of my physical appearance caused neighbours and family members who visited to approach me differently. I feel like I have become a failure. — Rhys, a man wrongly accused of children abuse… Continue reading Destroyed by false accusations of child abuse.
The case against Lord Janner seemed unshakeable. But is he another victim of the VIP sex abuse witch-hunt? James Gillespie April 24 2016, 1:01am, The Sunday Times Despite the calm atmosphere of Leicester magistrates’ court in 1991, Frank Beck was a desperate man. The 48-year-old children’s home manager was facing the… Continue reading Is Lord Janner victim of VIP witch-Hunt