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Don’t forget to catch me

File on Sir Cliff Richard sent to the CPS

 

In 2013, we published an image of a disc by the Christian ‘Peter Pan of Pop’ Cliff Richard. We share it again now.

 

Don’t forget to catch me – Sir Cliff Richard – Historic child abuse – Elm Guest House – Sheffield – CPS – File passed to Crown Prosecution Service – Peter Pan of Pop – Christian pop singer
“Don’t forget to catch me” by Cliff Richard

 

Cilla Black would no doubt turn in her grave as a result of events yesterday, but one way or another it is time that this matter was dealt with.

 

 

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9 comments on “Don’t forget to catch me”

  1. If any of these Police thugs had attended a decent school they would realise that our jails would be full to overflowing with ‘ perverts ‘

    There are more important things they could do; like directing traffic

    1. If you were a victim of abuse by one of “The Club” – e.g. Boy George – you would feel very differently. I’d personally like to see these creatures castrated.

  2. The file was prepared by the South Yorkshire police. I suggest that recent events as revealed by the Hillsborough Inquiry and Inquest may make it harder for them to secure a conviction from any juror who has not been living on the moon for the past few years. ‘Wot tamper with evidence, slander victims. Not us guvernor’

  3. How very dare you you ****ing t**t. Cliff is innocent and Rolf Harris is innocent and you f***er better apologise. Both men will sue you one day and take you down. You will be jailed for defaming two entirely innocent men who were both very dear friends of Cilla Black. F*** you t**t. You deserve to die. [EDITED FOR REASONS OF GOOD TASTE]

    1. I wondered when you were going to rear your ugly head again.
      You forgot to mention the pervert James Savile as well, you moron, he was innocent as well wasn’t he??
      Rolf Harris will die in Prison, especially after his next round in the dock, so I think it unlikely he will be suing anybody. As for Sir Cliff, well I will just wait and see what evidence is presented.
      They obviously won’t prosecute if they feel the evidence won’t secure a conviction.
      As far as I’m concerned, anybody found guilty of abusing minors, should get life, sound harsh I know, but when you consider the harm that is done to generations, we have to get these perverts off the streets, and no, before you ask, I don’t support the death penalty.

  4. After the whole debacle concerning the failure to bring Jimmy Savile to justice, it’s no wonder that the police are desperate to redeem themselves by catching other celebrity paedophiles. However, I have to say that Operation Yewtree, etc. have not been very effective up to now. I think you can count on one hand the number of convictions that the police have actually been able to secure – although I was delighted to see the likes of Rolf, Glitter, and Chris Denning put away.
    As to whether Cliff is guilty or not – he has never struck me as “creepy” in the same way that Jimmy Savile or Gary Glitter were. Granted, a man who has never married nor appears to have had many (official) romantic relationships is always going to look “odd” in the eyes of the public. I’m also aware that his name has been circulated on a number of blogs – including on a list that purports to show the guests of a certain establishment. However, anyone can write a list of names and upload it onto the Internet. Doesn’t necessarily make it true. Especially since the same websites are often filled with crackpot conspiracy theories.
    And surely after two years, the police should have enough info as to whether they have a case or not? Rather than leaving the accused in limbo like this.

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