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    more about baby p the AA grumpy column

    hello its grumpy here
    as the wheedling and blame ducking goes on over baby p the sun are leading the crusade to get justice for baby p

    THE Sun today demands justice for Baby P — and vows not to rest until those disgracefully ducking blame for failing the tot are SACKED.

    Four social workers and the doctor who could not spot the 17-month-old had a broken back are named and shamed on the right.

    As ALL defiantly carry on working today — and with still NO apology over the horror that shocked the nation — we call on our army of outraged readers to join our crusade.

    We urge you to sign our petition for them to be kicked out of their jobs.

    Sign the petition by going to the sun onlines homepage.

    Last night — in the wake of an attempted cover-up by North London’s Haringey Council after Baby P was tortured to death by his evil parents — it emerged one of the social workers was blasted eight years ago over the Victoria Climbie horror.

    The public inquiry into the death of the eight-year-old — also tortured to death in Haringey — found Sylvia Henry put an unsigned and undated note in Victoria’s file when working for the NSPCC-run Tottenham Child and Family Centre.

    The note said the youngster’s case was closed because the family had moved out of the borough. That was a LIE.

    The note had been placed there to cover up lack of action.

    The inquiry by Lord Laming was meant to lead to better protection for kiddies like Baby P, who was on an “at risk” register.

    But despite being seen SIXTY times by health or social workers the helpless mite died in agony with 50 injuries after eight months of torture.

    Two days before he was found killed in his blood-spattered cot, woman doctor Sabah Al Zayyat astonishingly failed to diagnose eight broken ribs and a broken back paralysing him from the waist down.

    Social worker Henry had taken part in the crucial decision to return Baby P to his 27-year-old mother — on bail for assaulting him.

    An Old Bailey jury was unable to agree whether the tot was finally killed by his evil mum, his sadistic stepdad aged 32 — both of whom cannot be identified — or lodger Jason Owen, 36.

    Last night all three were behind bars, awaiting sentence for “causing or allowing” the baby’s death — as more of Haringey council’s arrogance was exposed.

    Six months after the horror, a review of social services there was vetoed by head of children’s services Sharon Shoesmith who cited “good performance”.

    Shoesmith also chaired a probe into Baby P’s case — which she then claimed was “independent”.

    She concluded no staff should be sacked, even though the gullible social worker in charge of Baby P’s case — Maria Ward, 39 — was even fooled by chocolate smears hiding his injuries.

    Her married supervisor Gillie Christou, 50, gave the OK for the tot to stay at home.

    Haringey only gave cops every document on the case after being ordered to by the trial judge.

    Police sources said “boxes and boxes” of evidence suddenly appeared in court.

    The council hired a PR firm to give “media training” to staff in the case — and battled to keep them out of the public eye.

    Baby P’s natural dad even claimed he was gagged by threats of “legal ramifications”.

    A senior legal source blasted: “A***-covering appears to be institutional at Haringey.”

    and now for the good bit the sun has publicly named and shamed those involved
    here they are

    Sack this disgusting lot

    Passed the buck

    SHARON Shoesmith chaired a review into her own children’s services department and blamed a doctor.

    Returned tot to mum

    GILLIE Christou, of the council’s Child Protection Register, approved Baby P’s return home.

    Taken in by a liar

    MARIA Ward was repeatedly conned by baby’s mum. Said he seemed “well” four days before death.

    Blamed in two cases

    SYLVIA Henry, who took part in decision to return Baby P, was accused of lying in Climbie case.

    Failed to spot broken spine

    DR Sabah Al Zayyat examined Baby P two days before his death but did not notice his broken spine.

    AAG

    all we need now is the names of the father and mother and the whole disgusting
    lot will have been named and shamed and hopefully punished for this diabolical crime.
    and the reception that awaits for his mother and father.

    AAG

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    Re: more about baby p the AA grumpy column

    The Sun plays a dangerous game with the public's emotions. Unfortunately, it does this as much to increase its own revenues as to inform the public.
    I agree that the people involved in Baby P's case, particularly those who made the decisions, should be removed from their positions. But I would not want to become involved with some mob-lynching campaign. Nonetheless, the people involved should be prosecuted for manslaughter at the very least.
    We have to consider all of this from the point of view of the child. Never mind our feelings. Consider what this particular child went through and all other children in its position. Can you?
    This child is not old enough to talk and is still forming a view of the world in its mind. It cannot protect itself or even know that things are any different outside of its environment. It cannot shout out of a window for help. It is completely dependent on society to protect it.
    The people involved in this case, who represented society on behalf of this child, clearly failed in their duty. They must be removed and replaced by those who can perform their roles effectively. But that is not enough. They can simply put it behind them, hide from the mob and the papers, and get another job elsewhere, possibly in the same roles.
    It is too late where this case is concerned. But I think a law should be in place that would prosecute these people and punish them. A law that will make these people think twice before overlooking the details.

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    Re: more about baby p the AA grumpy column

    This is an appeal TO MEMBERS OF THE FG

    go to the sun online and sign the petition

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    Re: more about baby p the AA grumpy column

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    This is an appeal TO MEMBERS OF THE FG

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    For what it's worth, I have signed the petition.

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