Published on November 14th, 2012 | by admin10
Adam Rickwood & The Medomsley Heroes
Government Funded Child Abuse
Previously Banned by Coroner Judge!
Victims of a sadistic paedophile prison officer Neville Husband finally have some closure after securing damages from the Home Office worth more than £500,000. Their victory is set to pave the way for thousands of other victims of historic abuse to seek compensation.
THE MEDOMSLEY HEROES: The survivors of Neville Husband’s brutal sexual and physical abuse formed themselves into a group: justice4survivors. They approached award winning working class film director Bill Maloney (who has himself stepped forward as a victim of abuse whilst in YOIs and Borstals back in the 1970s – his whole family were abused in care). Maloney was horrified but not surprised by their stories of sadistic sexual abuse and injustice as the hands of UK Authorities and Institutions. He worked with the survivors to make a hard-hitting gritty documentary ‘Adam Rickwood & The Medomsley Heroes‘. Maloney states, “In this documentary we let these brave men tell their stories without sanitizing the content”. The victims are currently pushing for a public enquiry. Almost all victims never get their day in court as they are pressurised by the system to accept early settlements – therefore their stories do not reach the public domain. Neville Husband, The Medomsley Monster, was released from prison in October 2009 after serving 8 years of a 10 year sentence.
Adam Rickwood brings the horrors up to date
Whilst researching Medomsley detention centre (now Hassockfield Secure Training Centre) Maloney discovered that as recently as 2004 Adam Rickwood (14), became the youngest prisoner to allegedly commit suicide in the UK. Adam’s family and friends all believe that Adam did not kill himself and that there has been a massive cover-up; this is truthfully and emotionally displayed in the documentary. Adam was found hanging by his trainer-laces in his cell with a broken nose, broken wrist and covered in bruises.
Maloney’s outspoken and unsanitised documentaries are too controversial for major broadcast networks, but the public need to know what is happening to their taxes when private security companies such as Serco are looking after our children and receiving approx £178,000 per year per child – whilst working class children are dying or being abused in Government funded care.