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"There is a distinction between not having enough evidence and being proved innocent" - Social Worker in 'Protecting our Children'

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"There is a distinction between not having enough evidence and being proved innocent" - Social Worker in 'Protecting our Children'

Post  Loopdaloop on Wed 15 Feb - 14:47


There has been a really good series on BBC2 called 'protecting our children' which has had remarkable access to Social Services and how they work.
The third episode was on the other night however I just caught it and I wonder if the Mccann's also did.

In this episode a social worker explained to a man that "There is a distinction between not having enough evidence and being proved innocent" which is a highly relevant quote as it shows the way that social services really think about this sorts of situations.

Moreover, it reinforced to me that Yvonne Martin did indeed have professional knowledge that she was trying to impart to the police with regard to David Payne and I am very sure that they will have access to it in this review.

Here's the link to the most recent episode.
http://www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/episode/b01cbn5h/Protecting_Our_Children_I_Want_My_Baby_Back/


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Re: "There is a distinction between not having enough evidence and being proved innocent" - Social Worker in 'Protecting our Children'

Post  kitti on Wed 15 Feb - 15:08

I also watched a Ben Needham video where it stated ....his disappearance remains MYSTERY...


As I the same with madeleine McCann......



Cart ruck have stated that Tony stating it is a mystery insinuated that the mccanns are Involved and stipulating it isn't a MYSTERY as they KNOW what happened to her.


We know they know what happened to her but it is still a mystery as WE don't know what happened to her.

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Re: "There is a distinction between not having enough evidence and being proved innocent" - Social Worker in 'Protecting our Children'

Post  cherry1 on Wed 15 Feb - 17:54

I saw the programme also, the man that the social worker made the comment to about the distinction between being innocent and not having enough evidence, was a man suspected of being involved in abusing children going back over 30 years.

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