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Bill Maloney reports from UK Rally Against Child Abuse 2010

Bill Maloney interviews victims and campaigners at the UK Rally Against Child Abuse 2010 that was held in Central London UK

Caution: some strong language!

Campaigning filmmaker and supporter of 4WardEver Bill Maloney presented the opening speech at the UK Rally Against Child Abuse held on 7 August in Trafalgar Square London in which he committed ‘treason’ as promised:

In his latest video report from the Rally Maloney interviews Chris Wittwer, the man who is poised to name thousands of paedophiles on his pending website C.H.R.I.S. (Children Have Rights In Society),  many of whom are eminent members of the community ie: Judges, Politicians, Doctors, Psychiatrists etc. Join C.H.R.I.S. on Facebook >

The clip also includes Maloney’s interview with Carrie Modral, a brave survivor of Haut de la Garrenne Children’s home on the Crown-owned Island of Jersey. Maloney interviews Chris and Carrie

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Posted by on 31 August 2010. Filed under Audio & Film,Human Rights,UR Shout. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0. You can leave a response or trackback to this entry

One Response to Bill Maloney reports from UK Rally Against Child Abuse 2010

  1. 4WardEver Reply

    3 September 2010 at 12:11 pm

    Respect to Bill and all those affected by the vile abuse of children whether in the home or institutions.

    Keep up the great work!

    The 4WardEver UK crew…

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