Saturday, 13 October 2012
BBC apology to Savile 'victims'
"A string of police forces have received complaints about Sir Jimmy Savile
BBC director-general George Entwistle offered a "profound and heartfelt apology" to the alleged victims of Sir Jimmy Savile's sexual abuse as he announced that two inquiries would be launched.
One will look into whether there were any failings over the handling of an abandoned Newsnight investigation into the late DJ and broadcaster. A second independent inquiry will look into the "culture and practices of the BBC during the years Jimmy Savile worked here", Mr Entwistle said."
Jimmy Savile: BBC issues 'heartfelt apology' as two inquiries launched
The evil of Jimmy Savile was not his alone
BBC Director-General issues 'profound apology' to Jimmy Savile child abuse victims [sic] as Met Police say they believe [sic] at least 40 children were assaulted
Where are the arrests?
Where are the prosecutions?
Where are the court cases?
Where is the evidence?
Where is the guilty decision?
Where are the victims?
We support, what can, now, only be back-covering inquires, but ... shameful and frightening,