Are you sitting comfortably? Then breathe deeply whilst reading this STATEMENT OF ANDREA DAVISON.
1. GENERAL BACKGROUND
2 PERSONAL BACKGROUND IN BRIEF
3 Question 1.
Were the terms of reference for the Waterhouse Inquiry sufficiently wide to address all matters of legitimate public interest and or disquiet concerning allegations of continuing abuse of children in care and the nature of child care procedures and practice in North Wales?
4 Question 2.
Was any undue restriction placed upon the terms of reference to prevent a full inquiry or examination of the evidence in order to protect any individual or organisation?
5 Question 3.
If not, did the Tribunal appear to restrict the terms of reference to avoid investigation or examination of relevant evidence?
6 Question 4.
Was any pressure brought to bear upon those participating in the Inquiry whether as members of the Tribunal, its staff, legal teams, witnesses or contributors to deflect, deter or conceal evidence of relevance to the Waterhouse Inquiry?
7 Question 5.
Were witnesses prevented or discouraged otherwise from giving relevant oral evidence or making statements? If so, by whom and/or in what circumstances.
8 Question 6.
Were all relevant witnesses invited to furnish statements and/or be heard by the Inquiry? If not, why not?
9 Question 7.
Were witnesses given adequate support (e.g. legal advice, advocacy or counselling) to facilitate giving evidence to the Inquiry?
10 Question 8.
Were the arrangements made for the Inquiry, including but not limited to, notice of the Inquiry and its proceedings, witness interviewing, location of Tribunal headquarters, configuration of hearing chamber, oral evidence taking, conducive to encourage the participation of relevant witnesses?
The Waterhouse team were aware of the allegations of the elite paedophile ring and the cover-up. The existence of an elite paedophile ring has been an open secret in Parliament, the police and security and intelligence services, the courts and local governments for decades. The most compelling necessity to insure that children were protected in the future was to expose the cover-up and the Waterhouse Tribunal of Inquiry avoided doing so. Continue reading