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One of Britain's leading experts on child sex abuse who took part in the investigation into paedophile claims against Sir Edward Heath has said she would not trust him with children were he alive today.Dr Elly Hanson, a clinical psychologist who specialises in abuse and trauma, said her opinion was based on secret evidence obtained by police concerning Sir Edward's alleged crimes.So if the media shows immodesty as norm, norm it will become!“Know also this, that, in the last days, shall come dangerous times.I trust them.'Mr Veale received further support from Wiltshire MP Claire Perry, former adviser to David Cameron on the sexualisation of children.'We would have been doing victims of sexual abuse a great disservice if we hadn't investigated these claims and I fully support Mike Veale,' said Ms Perry.I believe the majority were 100 per cent genuine and convincing.The evidence was of a high quality and in many cases corroborated.'Asked if he would have trusted Sir Edward with his three grown-up sons when they were younger, Mr Tanday declined to answer.
Yet some appear to think we are not entitled to have the same discussion about Sir Edward Heath.'I am not saying he is in the same category as them, or that he is guilty.
Mr Tanday, appointed to 'represent the public view', said he was 'shocked' to learn from detectives of details of Sir Edward's alleged crimes.
He said: 'I always had great respect for Edward Heath as a politician but the allegations were shocking.
54 years ago (1956), Elvis Presley had to be filmed above the waist up on a tv-show because of a hip-swiveling movement.
Not that it was an acceptable performance, everything tending towards sensuality is an abomination, but still it serves to prove how much the decline has come since then, when even the secular press deemed inappropriate what today would be looked upon as nothing.