The Guardian and the Case of Mistaken Identity

Last night the Guardian took a decisive step in demonstrating how dangerous Witch Hunts can be and why even Politicians who’s names are circulated on Social media are likely to be completely innocent .

The article dealt with one such name of a Politician accused as part of the fresh allegations of the North Wales Children home as being involved and yet all of the evidence now seems to confirm that it is simply does not appear to be true at all and is in fact not possibly the individual alleged .

This is not a new trend and we have represented many who have been accused who couldn’t have possibly been present at the time yet have either been accused or even worse convicted on false prejudicial material .

Its material that feeds the frenzy but is invariably untrue .

Perhaps this is further evidence that certain TV Programmes and Politicians who have got ahead of themselves need to take a serious step back .


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