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arthur_scrimshawarthur_scrimshaw Posts: 2,602
edited November 2012 in The bottom bracket
Glitter arrested in Savile inquiry

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-20114378
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  • my money is also on Terry Nutkins - its the hair :D
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  • ilm_zero7ilm_zero7 Posts: 2,213
    that odd inter school challenge programme "we are the champions" must be suspect!
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  • nunowoolmeznunowoolmez Posts: 1,462
    Noel Edmunds. Tony Blackburn
  • nevmannevman Posts: 1,611
    Smashy and Nicey .
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  • pinnopinno Posts: 39,165
    When they all get banged up, there will be some very happy inmates as they will have plenty of bitches for comfort.
    Ooooh forgot, what about all those dodgy Catholic priests ?
    Or do we put them all on an offshore prison boat ? Now what can we name it ? Hmmm... let me see...
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  • chaos75chaos75 Posts: 72
    I bet Beadle was involved. Not majorly but I'm sure he had a small hand in it.
  • chaos75 wrote:
    I bet Beadle was involved. Not majorly but I'm sure he had a small hand in it.

    groan! :mrgreen:
  • GizmodoGizmodo Posts: 1,928
    I understand that Matthew Corbett has fingered Sooty.
    And fisted sweep I heard.
  • my money is also on Terry Nutkins - its the hair :D

    Well, they'll have to dig him up first... Still, Nutkins had a *very* interesting life!


    Seriously, this is a HUGE can of worms that they've opened. Expect a lot of surprising arrests to happen in the coming (pardon the pun) weeks. This could be as big as the phone hacking thing. Certainly a lot more damaging.
  • nevmannevman Posts: 1,611
    Timmy Mallet.in fact anyone in children's television.apart from john noakes.
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  • Peter Purves, for using such an arrogant name....
  • In light of what's now being revealed, when I see the video of Savile and listen to his utterings it makes me feel physically sick.

    What a horrible being.

    Too think I just thought he was a bit of an odd un.

    I bet there are a fair few celebs from the 60s/70s dredging their memory banks an bricking it at the minute. I just hope they get every last one of 'em.
    Tail end Charlie

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  • peatpeat Posts: 1,243
    I re-watched the Louis Theroux doco on him last week. And yes, in light of current knowledge, it's all too easy to see.

    But its easy to say that.
  • yes there are fundamental issues of accountability , inside all the organisations in which he basically did what he liked, the power of 'celebrity', but ultimately he felt invulnerable,that shows how badly reform is needed throughout institutions,the fancy word is governance these days-- when you consider that in 1987 a comedian jerry sadowitz called it bang on the money.

    No doubt many will deny any idea, that may be the case, but the unfettered way in which he was able to waltz through the BBC, NHS, the Govt does ask more questions.......
  • capt_slogcapt_slog Posts: 3,363
    The number of people coming forward to say that they were abused is getting rather higher than reason will allow, considering that they all kept it quiet this long. Are some thinking 'compensation' I wonder?


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  • On the flip side, I'm sure all the money he raised for charity will be given back by those organisations who benefited so much from all his hard work.....

    Interesting dilemma there, perhaps?
  • Capt Slog wrote:
    The number of people coming forward to say that they were abused is getting rather higher than reason will allow, considering that they all kept it quiet this long. Are some thinking 'compensation' I wonder?


    this is not uncommon in abuse cases, what is unusual was his access to so many vulnerable people over so many years, and as has been shown-- he never was stopped from doing it for sixty odd years, so do the maths-- i would expect under reporting, its not compensation -- its called getting it off your 'chest'- closure- righting a wrong- .
  • nevman wrote:
    Timmy Mallet..

    Good call. "It's Wac-a-Day" - at least I think thats what he said. :D
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  • nevmannevman Posts: 1,611
    I understand that Matthew Corbett has fingered Sooty.

    Sue has now made a disclosure,but I can`t tell you what she said.
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  • nunowoolmeznunowoolmez Posts: 1,462
    Paul Daniels.

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  • afx237viafx237vi Posts: 12,630
    Reading this, I'm starting to believe David Icke might not be so crazy after all...

    http://www.tom-watson.co.uk/2012/10/a-l ... odays-pmqs
  • MattC59MattC59 Posts: 5,433
    Capt Slog wrote:
    The number of people coming forward to say that they were abused is getting rather higher than reason will allow, considering that they all kept it quiet this long. Are some thinking 'compensation' I wonder?

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  • lemon63lemon63 Posts: 253
    Please don't let it be Roy Wood or Noddy Holder - christmas just won't be the same :?
  • AnonymousAnonymous Posts: 28,799
    Very interesting comments from the Director of Children in Need about

    "Not wanting that paedo anywhere near us, but we had no hard evidence"

    http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-wales-20120302
  • "Not wanting that paedo anywhere near us, but we had no hard evidence"

    an apt turn of phrase....
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