Dr Liz Davies (Whistleblower, Islington; The WhiteFlowers Campaign)
I first exposed the child abuse in 1992 and I’ve born witness to crimes against children, sexual assault and abduction. The 14 inquiries Islington launched were a complete sham. All my records went missing, so I can be forgiven for thinking it was an absolute cover up.
The Paedophile Information Exchange [P.I.E.] was operating just one street away from me, although I didn’t know it at the time. The powers that be can destroy all they want, but we have our memories and we won’t forget what happened to us.
We’ve had parts of the jigsaw and now the whole sordid pitch is being put together. We have to deal with dis-information and people trying to discredit us. It’s been the same since 1992. We know the main players; we fight them off every day and we won’t stop until we get what we deserve.
- White Flowers vigils are held at places where abuse happened, so more survivors stories are revealed there
- Personal testimonies are needed, because so many files have gone missing