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Stop paying the BBC until they stop hiding peodophiles within the BBC

12 Signatures Goal: 1,000,000

For the past fifty years, the BBC have protected one of the UK,s most prolific pedophile, Rapist or monster. WHY ?. Does the filth run deeper within the BBC and if so how many senior employees were part of keeping quiet regarding the sexual assaults, rapes and a breach of our trust in the great almighty BBC. It would have saved so many young lives from being ruined if only one from the BBC had the courage to inform the authorities regarding the abuse that most knew was going on and this was all done within a corporation that the whole of the UK are forced to financially support in the way of a licence fee. No one should escape prosection if they had knowledge of the abuse in the BBC and decided to ignore the fact that Child abuse, Rape and breach of trust with public funds was used to cover up such crimes against our young children. How many children. How many staff. Yes, that's the big question that must be answered and what if jimmy Saville is only the tip of the iceberg. Ever thought that the reason no one ever came forward could be the BBC have more sexual predators than was first thought. Until the authorities investigate all past employees regarding child sexual abuse, the BBC should be frozen of all activities and all the uk should refrain from paying the licence fee to the BBC

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  • 2 years ago
    Tam Scott United Kingdom
    2 years ago
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    john Forsyth United Kingdom
    2 years ago
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    andrew curran United Kingdom
    3 years ago
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    andrew curran United Kingdom
    3 years ago
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    andrew curran United Kingdom
    3 years ago
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    andrew curran United Kingdom
    3 years ago
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    andrew curran United Kingdom
    3 years ago
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    Leigh Shade United Kingdom
    3 years ago
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    Leigh shade United Kingdom
    3 years ago
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    Pauline Coleman United Kingdom
    3 years ago
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    Pauline Coleman United Kingdom
    3 years ago
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    Hazel-Wayne Powell United Kingdom
    3 years ago