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Sally Stevens
From London to Los Angeles 1969.
Writing, music, photography, blogging, anything to do with art.
Interests: Writing, music, photography, blogging, anything to do with art.
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MP Nigel Evans has now joined the growing list of falsely accused sex offenders, and has been acquitted of all charges brought against him by seven men, all of whom should be thoroughly ashamed of themselves for ever agreeing to participate. Nigel Evans acquitted of all charges. Again, this is... Continue reading
Posted Apr 11, 2014 at MY LIFE IN THE DAY - Sally Stevens
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On April 9, 2014, in a bombshell announcement, the significance of which was probably missed by most of the population of the world, including its home base, England and Wales, ACPO (Association of Chief Police Officers), has announced it will dissolve the organization, effective immediately. It's Game Over (Photo: Sir... Continue reading
Posted Apr 10, 2014 at MY LIFE IN THE DAY - Sally Stevens
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The High Court in Britain ruled today that once a child involved in court proceedings attains the age of eighteen they are no longer protected under the Children's Act (1933) and their anonymity is stripped away. High Court ruling. However, this only pertains to children involved in family law proceedings... Continue reading
Posted Apr 8, 2014 at MY LIFE IN THE DAY - Sally Stevens
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Recently an investigation into rape accusations by a 13 year old girl in the UK was halted when the girl admitted to lying. After costing the local tax payers quite a few quid, she will not be charged for this time-wasting nonsense. Sussex police drop investigation costing thousands of pounds... Continue reading
Posted Apr 3, 2014 at MY LIFE IN THE DAY - Sally Stevens
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The Max Clifford trial. Well, at least he's getting one, and it's mostly nonsense, as might be expected. Seems to be mostly about penis size and obscure Wimpy bars at the moment, while the usual crew of dodgy claimants contradict each other's testimony. Max, a heavy pitchman since the 60s,... Continue reading
Posted Mar 28, 2014 at MY LIFE IN THE DAY - Sally Stevens
Gloria was made of sterner stuff than L'Wren, and she'd made a name for herself off her own bat. I think L'Wren might have been concerned about turning 50 as well, and still no offer of marriage from Mick after all that time. Sad way to end things.
Thank you, Peezedtee!
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In what is looking like even more light at the end of the celebrity witch-hunt tunnel, Liverpool-born comedian Jimmy Tarbuck, generally known to his friends as Tarby, was released from bail without any charges for child abuse, after nearly a year of suspense. The North Yorkshire police, who were investigating... Continue reading
Posted Mar 24, 2014 at MY LIFE IN THE DAY - Sally Stevens
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It's probably redundant to note that the world today is obsessed with fame. Having the paparazzi in hot pursuit, finding your face plastered over just about every form of media, having your own 'reality' television show is the dernier cri of the hoi polloi. At one time, you had to... Continue reading
Posted Mar 23, 2014 at MY LIFE IN THE DAY - Sally Stevens
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Maddie New clues in McCann disappearance . Resolutely, the MSM does nothing more than support reports of a mystery man, of Mediterranean heritage ('tanned') wearing a shirt that appears to be an official Arsenal garment. Well, that eliminates about 10% of the male population of Portugal and surrounding countries; at... Continue reading
Posted Mar 19, 2014 at MY LIFE IN THE DAY - Sally Stevens
Here's the lyrics to Memphis, Tennessee: Long distance information, give me Memphis Tennessee Help me find the party trying to get in touch with me She could not leave her number, but I know who placed the call 'Cause my uncle took the message and he wrote it on the wall Help me, information, get in touch with my Marie She's the only one who'd phone me here from Memphis Tennessee Her home is on the south side, high up on a ridge Just a half a mile from the Mississippi Bridge Help me, information, more than that I cannot add Only that I miss her and all the fun we had But we were pulled apart because her mom did not agree And tore apart our happy home in Memphis Tennessee Last time I saw Marie she's waving me good-bye With hurry home drops on her cheek that trickled from her eye Marie is only six years old, information please Try to put me through to her in Memphis Tennessee
Toggle Commented Mar 16, 2014 on SAD STORY at MY LIFE IN THE DAY - Sally Stevens
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w5ezeUM6c74 - I always loved this Chuck Berry song that addressed child custody issues and a father's attempts to contact his daughter.
Toggle Commented Mar 15, 2014 on SAD STORY at MY LIFE IN THE DAY - Sally Stevens
At this point in time, I'd put nothing past the British press. He was jailed in Cambodia, right? I've corrected the post accordingly. All these guys were brought into contact with under-age girls. They didn't have to go looking, there they were, in hordes. I'm sure that nobody was asking for proof of age, and I'm sure they still don't. Maybe it should be a requirement that all girl babies born from here on out should have their date of birth tattoo'ed on them. That way, guys would know they were in Big Trouble!! Kidding.
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I went to my first school when I was perhaps 3. The school was right next door to my house, and the windows overlooked the lawn in the back, where the children went out for break. I assume my mother would hear the resultant sounds and have a look to... Continue reading
Posted Mar 10, 2014 at MY LIFE IN THE DAY - Sally Stevens
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Gary Glitter has a lot to answer for. I am no apologist for his despicable past behavior, and if the Thai authorities threw his sorry ass in jail, it must have been well-deserved. The Thai people have a tolerant approach to relationships between couples of very different ages, but exploitation... Continue reading
Posted Mar 9, 2014 at MY LIFE IN THE DAY - Sally Stevens
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Hopefully, at some point in the not too distant future, this debacle of law/yellow journalism/mob hysteria/false accusations/moral panic, Old Uncle Tom Cobley and all, will become just another page in British history. Reminiscent of the time of the Civil War, the Bloody Assizes, witch-hunting and other unreasonable and inexplicable behaviours.... Continue reading
Posted Mar 5, 2014 at MY LIFE IN THE DAY - Sally Stevens
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Oscar ramp-up blathering on the background, which inspired me to share the contents of a couple of emails I received this morning from a former Duncroft woman who takes exception to my opinion that she has a lot to answer for when it comes to the original complaints against Jimmy... Continue reading
Posted Mar 2, 2014 at MY LIFE IN THE DAY - Sally Stevens
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Who is Alastair Scott-Johnston and how could he have affected the accusations of abuse on the part of Jimmy Savile by the Duncroft conspirators? (Alastair Scott-Johnston with Frankie Howerd.) In 1959, the BBC Light Programme aired its first episode of The Navy Lark - written by Laurie Wyman and George... Continue reading
Posted Feb 27, 2014 at MY LIFE IN THE DAY - Sally Stevens
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Since the inception of the Savile/Duncroft allegations, one name has been repeated again and again behind the scenes. Fiona Scott-Johnston. This woman has much to answer for. So far, her tarradiddles have cost the British taxpayer in excess of three million pounds - and if Justice Sales doesn't find against... Continue reading
Posted Feb 25, 2014 at MY LIFE IN THE DAY - Sally Stevens
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A legal battle for £3.7 million left to charity by Jimmy Savile commenced in the High Court in London on Monday, February 24, 2012. The Savile trust litigation. Two Trustees of the dead disc jockey’s charities are attempting to get NatWest Bank removed as executors of his will. NatWest is... Continue reading
Posted Feb 24, 2014 at MY LIFE IN THE DAY - Sally Stevens
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Over on Twitter there is a very sad person, known as "Pat McGoohan." There is something psychologically wrong with her. Oh yes, there are plenty of people on Twitter who disagree to a greater or lesser degree with the Savile situation and they voice their opinions as is their right,... Continue reading
Posted Feb 23, 2014 at MY LIFE IN THE DAY - Sally Stevens
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Los Angeles, the largest Catholic archdiocese in the United States, has already paid out $720,000,000 to victims of clergy abuse. On February 14, 2014, on the courthouse steps, they agreed to pay out another $13,000,000 to settle the last of the outstanding cases, involving a de-frocked fugitive priest who abused... Continue reading
Posted Feb 22, 2014 at MY LIFE IN THE DAY - Sally Stevens
Hi D - yes, the only national to run with this DNA/Scotland Yard story was the Mirror. Two papers from the north of England ran with it. Others are out there saying he was only exonerated of murder (don't know what they're talking about obviously), when in fact it exonerated him of involvement in ANY unsolved crime on the books. As there is no evidence that he committed any of the abuse he is accused of, except these 'victims' who are likely suffering from false memory syndrome, then I think we're done here with Savile the Great Satan. They're going to have to go find something else to sell their dreary newspapers.
Thank you, Eric. Wasn't aware of that fact, but obviously makes things worse for MWT's credibility. He's an cyberambulance-chaser, and worse, he's not remotely qualified to deal with such serious issues as allegations of child abuse. If he's smart, he'll hire a damage-control public relations expert. I'm further concerned about the refusal to respond to the FOI request, andabout the denial of habeas corpus rights to Freddie Starr. I've been recently accused of being a 'paedo supporter,' which couldn't be further from the truth, but I cannot support this witch hunt.
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Unlike the UK, the US is all about self-examination and therapy via television and radio programming, so for many years our airwaves have been rife with psychology-based shows featuring professionals of greater or lesser ability. Nobody comes close to the popularity and expertise of genial Texan Dr. Philip McGraw aka... Continue reading
Posted Feb 20, 2014 at MY LIFE IN THE DAY - Sally Stevens