Former abuse probe head Dame Lowell Goddard rejects 'malicious' language claims



Dame Lowell Goddard has rejected claims she used racist language during her time as head of the national inquiry into child sexual abuse.
The New Zealand high court judge described allegations made in The Times as "falsities", "malicious" and part of a "vicious campaign".
The newspaper reported a number of claims made by what it said were "well-placed figures" at the inquiry's headquarters about her alleged conduct, including that she said Britain had so many paedophiles because it has so many Asian men.
In a statement Dame Lowell said she had... read more

 
14 October 2016 in Regional East, Views: 24
Source: Belper News
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