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Please Help Whistle Blower Detective John Wedger

Please Help Whistle Blower Detective John Wedger

John Wedger retired Police Detective with over 25 years service in the investigation into child abuse. He was threatened and bullied out of his job for exposing the high-level cover-up of child prostitution. For the past eight years, he has been working with anti-child abuse campaigner Bill Maloney in raising awareness of the true extent of the scale of this heinous crime. he, now with other whistleblowing cops as well as victims and survivors of abuse, am campaigning for a change in the Law to give brave whistleblowers the protection they truly deserve. In the words of Edmund Burke: “All that is necessary for evil to triumph is for good men to do nothing.”

He is now raising funds for an awareness-raising campaign by walking from London to Manchester via the UK’s canal network with my dog, Millie. Both cities have suffered from the above crimes, and the respective Police whistleblowers have likewise suffered at the hands of their senior high ranked superiors who attempted relentlessly to silence them.

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Former detective and Celebrity Big Brother contestant to dish dirt on police failings in child sex abuse case

Former detective and Celebrity Big Brother contestant to dish dirt on police failings in child sex abuse case

Maggie Oliver is working closely with former Met Police Detective John Wedger as mentioned on my interview with John last week Listen here

A former detective and ­Celebrity Big Brother contestant is vowing to dish the dirt on police failings in the ­Rochdale child sex abuse ring case.

Maggie Oliver quit Greater Manchester Police to turn whistleblower after fighting on behalf of abused youngsters.

Now the ex-detective constable, who was played by Lesley Sharp in TV drama Three Girls, said there is far more to emerge than was revealed in last year’s BBC mini-series.

She told the Daily Mirror: “I am going to be talking about what happened, far more than ever came out in the drama. That was a tiny snapshot of what went on.”

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