Saturday, 10 October 2009

Mixed feelings

Sharon Shoesmith, the ex director of social services at Haringey, claims that she was "done wrong". Ed Balls, she says, made his mind up too quickly, and was too influenced by a newspaper that was baying for her blood.

She also says that Ofsted "doctored" a previously ok report and published a version that said she ran a failing department.

She was in charge when baby Peter was tortured and killed and must take full responsibility for the actions and inactions of her staff.

The police seem to have been able to keep rather pure but what should they have done that might have meant baby Peter did not have to suffer in such a terrible way?

Why do I think that there is truth in ALL of these statements?

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