Wednesday, October 29, 2014

John Mann MP named Leon Brittan on Tuesday

John Mann is as good as his promise. He named Leon Brittan, the Lithuanian jew, in the House of Commons  on Tuesday under parliamentary privilege whereby his comment can be reported without censure, and now he’s facing the fire for doing so.

John Mann MP for Bassetlaw since 2001.  Labour Party.

Good man, that John Mann; a true friend of the friendless children who were abused by filthy paedos
Brittan’s name was also linked to the notorious death of Jason Swift, another London care home boy. 

The man convicted of that crime was also linked to the disappearance of a lovely boy named Mark Tildesley in Berkshire; a disappearance which broke the hearts of many young journos covering the story when they dealt with his devoted, bereaved mother, a humble cleaner Lavinia.

God rest their souls, and may Brittan and the rest burn in this life under the scrutiny of public prosecution and jail time. 


Anonymous said…

Well done that man!

The truth will eventually get out.

Like this here

Anonymous said…

I think you will find that was Jim Hood.

Troy said…

yep mr hood. – from Hansard.
Mr Hood: I was born a miner. Mining communities were the most law-abiding communities one could wish for. During the miners strike, people were put in prison who had never seen a prison even from afar.
Much has been written about violence on picket lines. The 30-year rule on publishing Cabinet papers needs to be examined, and the conduct of the Home Secretary in directing police and courts must be disclosed. By the way, the current exposé of Sir Leon Brittan, the then Home Secretary, with accusations of improper conduct with children, will not come as a surprise to the striking miners of 1984, as many of them—
Conor Burns: On a point of order, Mr Deputy Speaker. The hon. Member for Lanark and Hamilton East (Mr Hood) has just made profoundly serious accusations against a noble Lord. Is that in order?
Mr Deputy Speaker (Mr Lindsay Hoyle): In fairness, I did not hear as I was talking to a Whip. It is up to each Member to decide what they say, and they must make that decision.
Mr Hood: I will repeat part of the point that I am making. The rumours that Sir Leon Brittan was involved in misconduct with children do not come as news to miners who were on strike in 1984, because when miners were going into the dock in magistrates courts we were aware and miners were declaring—
Matthew Hancock: Will the hon. Gentleman give way?
Mr Hood: No, I will not give way. I will give way when I have finished my point.
Miners were saying in the dock in all the magistrates courts throughout the strike that they objected to the instructions coming from the Home Secretary when there were reports of child abuse linked with that same Home Secretary.
Mr Deputy Speaker (Mr Lindsay Hoyle): Order. It is up to each Member, but we have to be very careful about what we say. We must consider what we are saying and what the implications are.
Mr Hood: Obviously, I accept what you say, Mr Deputy Speaker. I am just repeating what I read in the papers—
Mr Deputy Speaker: Order. Time is up. Five minutes have gone. I call Mr Mark Spencer.

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