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Paedophilia and Tribal Loyalty

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The Holocaust Memorial Trust and the BOD have yet to disassociate themselves from Lord Janner and his alleged history of multiple child sex abuse. Seems that tribal loyalty is so firmly entrenched that it far surpasses ethics or compassion.

Now there is yet another case of tribal loyalty that is inconsistent with British values and law. This time a Jewish children’s summer camp is the chosen locale.

The Jewish Chronicle reports today the “owner of a (Jewish) children's summer camp, who is accused of failing to act when naked images of three- and four-year-old girls were found on his business partner's phone, has chosen not to give evidence.”

The prosecution claims that Tal Landsman, the owner of the Jewish camp, “willfully exposed children to harm by not immediately reporting his best friend Ben Lewis to the authorities.”

Landsman and Lewis were co-founders of LL Camps in Bushey, Hertfordshire. The camp was closed down in August 2015 after an employee who had seen the images reported Lewis to the police.

Demonstrating tribal loyalty, one Ilan Ben-Zion, a trainee clinical psychologist, described Mr. Landsman to the court as "extremely bright, vibrant, enthusiastic and determined".

Tribal loyalty ended once the Goyim became involved. The JC reports: “the jury of seven men and five women had heard from a member staff, Sandra Vicente, that the sight of the images on Lewis's phone had "polluted" her brain.”

Ms Vicente said Lewis had given her his phone and PIN so she could play music at a children's party on 1 August last year. She said the images were also seen by two other workers, Mohammed Ramli and Shelby Silver.

That night she said she told Mr. Landsman what she had seen, but the prosecution claims he failed to act, and allowed his friend to continue at work.

Ms Vicente said the next day Lewis spoke to her at work. "He said: 'There is something disgusting on my phone. I don't know how it got there." Three days later she reported Lewis to the police.

Prosecutor Ann Evans told the jury: "You may think this is the height of irresponsibility and, as co-owner, his first duty in this situation should have been to the children, not the co-owner Ben Lewis… In an effort to protect his friend he did nothing about what he had heard, and allowed the parties and activities to keep running at the camp until eventually Ofsted moved in and closed the place down on August 6 last year.”

I guess that prosecutor Evans doesn’t really grasp what tribal loyalty is all about.


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