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"notorious social services paedophile ring"

A quote from the Daily Mail (yesterday's article see link).
Liam himself said: "There's a lot about my childhood I can't remember. There's a lot I can remember and wish I couldn't. The best I can say about it is that it's over, and that I learned a lot, that will probably make me a better person in the end."

He was in and out of Islington's care from the age of two, and witnessed his birth mother suffer domestic violence and descend into drug addiction. When he was nine she died of a heroin overdose.

The distraught, vulnerable boy was initially fostered by a motherly woman who asked to keep him. But the council instead sent him, from age five to 11, to a 'therapeutic' boarding school, New Barns in Gloucestershire. This was later closed following a child abuse and pornography scandal.

During school holidays he was fostered by a man later imprisoned for abusing another child in his care. When Liam was nine, Islington placed him in its children's home in Grosvenor Avenue, run by two single males. Both were eventually accused of abuse but escaped investigation by moving to Thailand.

Last year, Thai police charged the deputy head, Nick Rabet, 57, with serious sexual offences against 30 Thai boys, the youngest six years old. He escaped trial by killing himself.

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quote;Dr Rowan Williams, usually considered a moderniser, was criticised by liberals for asking Tony Blair to exempt Catholic adoption agencies from Government regulations - being introduced in April - which will force all agencies to offer children for adoption to gays. quote.

Acts 14,8-15
Psalm 83,18
john 17,3
revelation 4.11
2. Corinthians 4.4
Mathew 4.10

and this one excempts the church altermatically without asking permission from the PM.

WE MUST ABEY GOD AS RULER RATHER THEN MEN.
ACTS 5. 27-29.

pay back Caesar's things to Caesar but God's things to God.
luke 20 19-26

So Dr R Williams already has the authority to be exempt!.he does not need to ask, he just tells the gov. this is not the teachings of the church!
ESCAPE said…
what are the statistics of public sector workers being sacked or imprisoned for any offences, lets see if thier showing appropriate behaviour,

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