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Jimmy Savile and Children lost by the care system

What is clear about the allegations relating to Jimmy Savile was that many involved children in the care of the state (aka "in care") - either in the UK or in Jersey.

There are allegations that children have disappeared from the care system - not necessarily related to Jimmy Savile. What I have always found odd was that the government were interested in auditing what happened to the money, but uninterested in auditing what happened to the children. The SSDA903 return tracks what is recorded as having happened to children. Many children are recorded on that data base as having left care "for other reasons". From my number crunchers perspective that really worries me. Basically we have lost track of a number of children in the care system.

Where have they gone?

Comments

Olga Preston said…
Homeless and on the street in the 80's. I lived in Earls court when I was eighteen and met many children of 14 and up who had run away from local authority care were they were sexually abused. As a young women from a loving family I was shocked at the time. I had no doubt they were telling the truth. If you visit centrepoint they will have countless accounts of this Im sure.
Jake Maverick said…
Try asking an accountant what things like that are usually indicative of.
Jake Maverick said…
http://www.bibliotecapleyades.net/ciencia/ciencia_mannequin03.htm

and another man under the threat of being FTAC'd is he ever steps into the UK again....

http://republicdaily.org/convening-of-the-international-common-law-court-of-justice/

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