Newsnight says the search for political and other pedophiles is turning into a 'witchhunt', as did David Cameron earlier in the day
Please will all those people at the BBC or in Parliament who think this to be the case, take note.
Witches can relax.
This is a child rapist hunt.
Tonight Newsnight claim they're going to out a known paedophile, but the threat to sue is coming in, as per usual, from Michael Crick of Channel 4. Will they pull the story yet again?
POLITICIAN TO BE 'OUTED AS PAEDOPHILE ON NEWSNIGHT'
Newsnight is set to reveal that a senior political figure is a paedophile
Friday November 2,2012
A POLITICAL figure is set to be outed as a paedophile on BBC's Newsnight, it has been alleged.
The report on the man, who is not being named, is currently being looked at by the BBC legal team, who are refusing to comment on the story.
But according to the editor of the London-based Bureau of Investigative Journalism, Iain Overton the BBC are hoping to reveal to story this evening.
He wrote on Twitter: "If all goes well we've got a Newsnight out tonight about a very senior political figure who is a paedophile."
The Bureau has been working on the investigation together with the BBC.
Michael Crick, a former Newsnight presenter and now a political correspondent with Channel 4 News, later said: "[A] 'senior political figure' due to be accused tonight by BBC of being paedophile denies allegations and tells me he'll issue a libel writ against the BBC."
If all goes well we've got a Newsnight out tonight about a very senior political figure who is a paedophile
The revelation is the latest from Newsnight.
Last year, the programme was set to reveal a documentary into Jimmy Savile's child abuse claims but were forced to pull the show due to Christmas scheduling issues, the corporation claimed.
Newsnight's then editor Peter Rippon stepped down over the BBC's failure to air the programme.
Gary Glitter and Freddie Starr have both been arrested by detectives investigating Jimmy Savile's sex abuse.
Mr Starr, 69, was questioned about a claim he tried to molest a 14-year-old girl in Savile's BBC dresssing room in the 1970s. He has strenuously denied the allegation.
going on into paedophilia in the BBC and elsewhere.
One MP is campaigning for just one enquiry to be
held covering the whole thing. His reason - to stop a
The only witchhunt I can see is of blogs. David Icke is
closed down currently. One can only imagine the
numbers of hits he's been getting tonight, as the
paedophile scandal rocks on. Probably 500,000 a day.
This is not going away.
NO NAMES AGAIN! Guardian is publishing a name of
someone tomorrow, who is a relative of an accused
politician, with the same name, but is dead. Cunning
trick, to draw away the heat.
The message on Newsnight was clear. The only
problem is people talking on the internet. Twitter is
the trouble, not paedophile rings that reach across
government. Child rapists can take great
encouragement from today's media coverage. The
political class is on your side.