Skip to comments.Former BBC chief Mark Thompson's office 'had TWO alerts about Savile child abuse
Posted on 10/28/2012 2:47:27 PM PDT by jimbo123
The office of former BBC director-general Mark Thompson was formally alerted twice about child abuse accusations concerning Jimmy Savile.
In May and again in September, his aides were told of allegations concerning the late television presenter's abuse of minors on BBC premises, but his spokesman has denied the claims were passed on to Mr Thompson.
A YouGov poll for newspaper revealed that 48 percent of respondents believe Mr Thompson, who is to become chief executive of The New York Times next month, has not been honest about the affair.
Mr Thompson said in an interview with The Times last week he had 'formed the impression' last year that Newsnight was probing widespread sexual abuse by the DJ.
But ten days ago in the New York Times he claimed he 'never heard any allegations' about Savile when director general.
(Excerpt) Read more at dailymail.co.uk ...
This clown will fit right in in Times Square.
The NY Times + Limey Pedophile Enabler = Match Made In Hell.
Does no one know how to call the police anymore? Since when is it the job of the workplace to investigate allegations of abuse?
Not entirely unexpected for an organization with low moral standards ... words is they employ about three gays for every morose!
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