Catholic clerical child porn in Idaho, USA

This video from the USA says about itself:

Retired Boise priest appears in court on child-sex-related charges

5 February 2018

Father W. Thomas Faucher is accused of possessing and distributing child pornography.

By Martin Cizmar in the USA:

Idaho priest busted with massive trove of kiddie porn, allegedly had ‘desires to rape and kill children

17 Mar 2018 at 17:44 ET

A retired Idaho priest is facing more felony charges as prosecutors say he had 2,000 images and videos, including images that depicted the rape and torture of kids.

Prosecutors say they have since discovered chat logs in which Rev. W. Thomas Faucher talked about his “desires to rape and kill children.”

“There are countless, countless, countless graphic chat conversations on his computer where he is very specific about how his sexual interests are evolving”, a prosecutor told the court while filing new charges. “He discusses in great detail the desires he has to sexually abuse and even kill children.”

Faucher, 72, of Boise, was arraigned in February on charges including sexual exploitation of a child, distributing sexually exploitative material involving children and possession of marijuana, LSD and ecstasy.

He was given an eviction notice from the church-owned home where he lives though he has until April to leave. He is out of jail on bond and living at the home.

In February, police raided his home and found a massive trove of child pornography and drugs after an adult came forward with charges that he molested them 40 years ago. Some of the images involved infants, prosecutors said.

Japanese sex slavery not settled, Korean president says

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Jan Ruff-O’Herne told her shocking story on Australian Story in 2001 – a secret that took her 50 years to come to terms with before finally, she revealed it in a letter to her two daughters.

An idyllic childhood in Java was brought to an abrupt end by the Japanese occupation during Word War Two. Aged 21, she was taken from her family and repeatedly abused, beaten and raped – forced to be a sex slave for the Japanese military.

The term coined for this brutal sex slavery was ‘comfort woman‘. But since revealing her ‘uncomfortable truth’ Jan Ruff-O’Herne’s suffering has been transformed into something affirmative.

In February this year, this 84-year-old Adelaide grandmother made the long journey to testify before Congress in Washington DC. The Congressional hearing was the pinnacle in her 15-year global campaign to seek justice for ‘comfort women‘. Now six years since Australian Story first aired her story, Jan Ruff-O’Herne feels she is one step closer to finally achieving her ultimate goal.

From daily The Morning Star in Britain:

Friday, March 2, 2018

South Korean President insists sex slave issue is not over

SOUTH KOREAN President Moon Jae In assured citizens today that, whatever Japan may say, the wartime sex slave issue is not over.

In a speech marking a national holiday commemorating Korean resistance to Japanese occupation, President Moon said that Japan cannot declare the issue to have been relegated to history, insisting that Tokyo must apologise and confront its wrongdoings.

“As the perpetrator, the Japanese government shouldn’t say: ‘It’s over’,” he insisted.

“Wartime crimes against humanity can’t be swept under the rug by saying: ‘it’s over’.”

The scandal of what Tokyo refers to euphemistically as “comfort women”, those forced into sexual slavery for Japanese troops, is a sensitive issue for all Koreans.

Park Geun Hye, President Moon’s ousted [impeached] predecessor, negotiated a deal in 2015 under which Seoul promised not to raise the issue again, while Japan paid 1 billion yen (£6.8 million) to a foundation supporting the victims.

Tokyo fell short of taking legal responsibility for Japan’s actions and Mr Moon condemned the deal as “wrongful” and urged Japan to make a “heartfelt apology”.

“The true way of resolving a tragic history is to remember that history and to learn from it”, he said.

He also expressed hopes for strong future relations “with the closest neighbour on the backdrop of a sincere apology”.

Tokyo government spokesman Yoshihide Suga said this “goes against the Japan-South Korea agreement.

“We cannot accept it at all and feel it is extremely regrettable. We immediately conveyed our stance and made a strong protest to the South Korean side through diplomatic channels”.

Secret police released thousands of American mink into British countryside

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Jessica on the sexual abuse by spycop Andy Coles, September 2017

Whilst an undercover officer in the 1990s in the Special Demonstration Squad, a secret Metropolitan Police unit that infiltrated political activist groups, Andy Coles groomed Jessica into a sexual relationship.

As soon as the truth was exposed in May 2017, Coles resigned as Cambridgeshire’s Deputy Police and Crime Commissioner. He retains other roles of civic trust, notably as a [Conservative] member of Peterborough City Council.

On 16 September 2017, Jessica travelled to Peterborough to give this, her first public talk on Coles’ abuse.

There is now a dedicated campaign against Andy Coles holding positions of public trust: here.

For more about Jessica, see here.

For more about the spycops scandal, see here.

By Conrad Landin in Britain:

Wednesday, February 21, 2018

Spycops: Police admit undercover cop broke the law in fur farm raid

Former spycop known as Christine Green released thousands of mink into the countryside

American mink are an invasive species in Britain, doing much damage to other animals. Ideally, they should be brought back to their North American natural environment.

AN UNDERCOVER police officer broke the law by releasing thousands of mink into the English countryside, police chiefs admitted today.

The sensational revelation emerged after the public inquiry into police spying confirmed that a woman who infiltrated animal welfare groups was indeed an undercover officer.

The woman, who used the name Christine Green during her deployment, was outed in the press earlier this week.

The Metropolitan Police issued a public apology today for failing to inform Hampshire Constabulary when she “participate[d] in a criminal act” at a fur farm in the New Forest in 1998.

The Animal Liberation Front, which Ms Green was infiltrating at the time, claimed responsibility for releasing a richness of mink from Crow Hill Farm on August 8 that year.

Around 2,000 of the animals were rounded up immediately. Another 2,000 were shot or run over within a few days, but thousands more continued rampaging across the countryside.

Police set up a “mink desk” helpline to deal with villagers’ concerns. But they failed to stop the farmed mink breaking into a local bird sanctuary and reportedly killing three owls.

Hampshire Constabulary was unable to identify the culprits.

The Met said Ms Green “was authorised by her then line management, potentially up to the rank of detective chief superintendent”, to take part in the raid.

At the time, Ms Green’s unit, the Special Demonstration Squad (SDS), was headed by Bob Lambert.

The golden boy of the spy cops, Mr Lambert has himself been accused of planting a bomb in a Debenhams store while infiltrating animal rights groups as a junior officer in 1987. He denies this allegation.

Paul Gravett, an animal rights activist who knew Ms Green during her infiltration of London Animal Action, told the Star: “There’s a long track record of alleged incitements by officers infiltrating groups. This goes back to the ’80s with Bob Lambert and Debenhams.

“It’s not really a surprise for me to hear this, but I’m a bit shocked at the way it’s been announced.”

Met Assistant Commissioner Helen Ball said the inquiry, which is now headed by judge Sir John Mitting, would “fully explore” the authorisation of Ms Green’s involvement.

“I would like to be clear that the decision-making surrounding this incident would simply not happen in today’s Metropolitan Police Service”, she stressed.

She said the number of mink released was “unforeseen by the SDS at the time” and it was “not possible to say what direct impact the role of Christine Green’s involvement had or if different policing decisions could have averted the damage.”

The Met’s apology was welcomed by Chief Superintendent Darren O’Callaghan of Hampshire Constabulary.

He said his force had only become aware of Ms Green’s involvement in 2014 and reviewed its original investigation but decided there was “no realistic chance of prosecution” due to the elapsed time.

The inquiry into undercover policing was announced in 2015, but it has yet to start hearing evidence.

Mr Mitting announced today that the identities of a further five officers would be restricted, but, as well as confirming Ms Green’s deployment, the inquiry announced that another officer had used the name Bob Stubbs while infiltrating the International Socialists and its successor the Socialist Workers Party in the 1970s.

Officers of the Met’s elite undercover squads frequently adopted the identities of dead children while infiltrating left-wing groups, environmental campaigns and trade unions.

Ms Green is said to be the first officer to have used a completely fictitious identity, after the SDS phased out its previous practice.

Another animal rights activist, who was deceived into a relationship in the 1990s by spy cop turned Tory councillor Andy Coles and who uses the pseudonym Jessica, called on the inquiry to publish all cover names.

Jessica, who is a “core participant” in Mr Mitting’s probe, said the inquiry had “not turned out how it seemed to be” under its previous chair Sir Christopher Pitchford, who stepped down last year and died shortly afterwards.

“It’s utterly ridiculous,” she told the Star. “Mitting has asked us to trust him, but it’s becoming more and more difficult with each identity he conceals.”

Spycops: Tory councillor Andy Coles faces renewed pressure to resign after inquiry confirms his role as a former undercover cop. The inquiry has revealed Mr Coles authored the Special Demonstration Squad’s ‘tradecraft manual,’ a document offering advice for officers in long-term covert deployments infiltrating activist groups: here.

Jehovah’s Witnesses refuse to hand over child abuse files

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Jehovah’s Witnesses Child Abuse – Shocking Testimony by Jehovah’s Witness Elder

29 July 2015

Testimony from Australia’s Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse.

Dutch NOS TV reports today that the Jehovah’s Witnesses church refuses to hand over files about child abuse, including confessions of abuse by church members to internal religious courts, to the police and justice department. Abuse survivors are scared that the Jehovah’s Witnesses will destroy that abuse evidence.

‘Jehovah’s Witnesses destroy child abuse evidence’

This video from Britain says about itself:

Jehovah’s Witnesses and Child Abuse – Is there a problem?

1 March 2016

In the summer of 2002 I had my first taste of the controversy surrounding child abuse mishandling when, as one of Jehovah’s Witnesses, I was warned about a BBC Panorama program titled “Suffer the Little Children,” which exposed widespread molestation within the religion of my birth. After waking up from my indoctrination in 2010 I realized that, far from being “apostate-driven lies and dishonesties” (as one Governing Body member recently put it), the problem is bigger than anyone can fully comprehend.

To read some of the documents cited in this video, please download this PDF.

Translated from Dutch NOS TV today:

“Jehovah’s Witnesses Cover Up Evidence of Child Abuse

The organization Jehovah’s Witnesses in the Netherlands has for years kept records of allegations of child sexual abuse. This is what RTL News reports. Victims fear that the reports will be destroyed and that evidence will be lost.

The Jehovah’s Witnesses have their own kind of courts, committees of “elders” within the society. They judge about missteps that members of the movement commit. These are not severe punishments: the maximum sentence is excommunication.

According to RTL there are dozens or possibly hundreds of reports of internal lawsuits in the archives of Jehovah’s Witnesses. These consist of cases of Jehovah’s Witnesses accused of sexual abuse, with details or even confessions. But the documents are not shared with the police. That is not the policy of the organisation. …

Raymond Hintjes of the Reclaimed Voices foundation, which defends the interests of victims, says that about 220 abuse reports have been received. …

The fear that reports will be destroyed is based on experiences with other Jehovah’s branches in the world, says Hintjes. “That happened in various places, for example in Australia, Great Britain and the United States.”

Nazi German Holocaust sexual abuse

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Sex slavery in the nazi camps

25 February 2011

Women in nazi camps.

From the Forward in the USA:

It’s Time For A Holocaust #MeToo Reckoning

Marisa Fox-Bevilacqua

February 5, 2018

United States Holocaust Memorial Museum

Over the past few months, more and more women have been opening up about horrible stories of sexual harassment, assault, and abuse. The #MeToo movement is a long overdue corrective to our culture. And yet the stories of one group of women have yet to crest into the mainstream and get the recognition they deserve: Holocaust survivors.

Holocaust museums, educational institutions and film archives are full of robust programs. But the stories of survivors who experienced sexual abuse are treated as taboo, or of secondary importance. They are never part of a museum’s permanent exhibition. And yet, we are becoming increasingly aware that sexual violence, whether through experiments, terror, coercion, rape or routine practices meant to humiliate and defile, was rampant during the Holocaust.

The reasons these stories remain hidden are complex. But one can’t ignore the simple fact that few women survivors have shared them.

My own mother denied being a Holocaust survivor. Her identity was forged through her experiences as a “freedom fighter” in the Israeli underground and army. Those were the stories she told me, the stories she was proud of.

And it’s no small wonder. What would she have gained by telling me she and five thousand other mainly teenage Jewish girls from Upper Silesia were trafficked as Nazi slaves to a remote town in Sudetenland, where they were imprisoned for over four years?