Judicial inquiry must now be held into BBC
THE case of Rolf Harris and the investigations into Jimmy Savile show that they and others were allowed to carry on their vile practices under the roof of the BBC.
The BBC delighted in broadcasting investigative scoops over Murdoch's alleged failings, while all the time knowing what their so-called 'talent' was up to.
The Harris-Savile exposures are worse than phone-hacking and it is imperative the Government now holds a judicial inquiry into the BBC and its role in facilitating the abuses committed by Harris, Savile and others.
LICENCE FEE PAYER
Lisburn, Co Antrim