Tuesday, 16 February 2016

PIE and the Labour Party

News from The Times that you won't see reported on the Labour supporting BBC:
'Fury as paedophile campaigner is allowed to join Labour party

A notorious paedophile who once campaigned for sex with children to be legalised has been allowed to join the Labour party.

Tom O'Carroll, former chairman of the Paedophile Information Exchange (Pie), is understood to have joined after the election of Jeremy Corbyn as leader in September.

Pie was formed in 1974 to campaign for a change in the law. O'Carroll was jailed in 1981 for "corrupting public morals" and again in 2006 for distributing indecent images of children.'
Now where have I heard about PIE and the Labour Party before? Maybe the BBC could investigate, maybe not...

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