Frank McGuire MP - deputy chair of the parliamentary committee (Main Forum)
Frank McGuire - deputy chair of the parliamentary committee
HeraldSun July 19, 2012 12:00AM
Our priority to protect innocents
'THE investigation is into crime not faith. The crimes were heinous and committed against children.
For many victims the offences were repeated, raising suspicions they were covered up.
For these reasons, and to place this investigation above and beyond politics, I have repeatedly stated it is more appropriate for a retired judge or a Queen's Counsel - instead of a parliamentary committee - to conduct the Baillieu Government's Inquiry into the Handling of Child Abuse by Religious and Other Organisations.'
The article can be found at:
Attached is a letter written by COIN's president Dr Bryan Keon-Cohen
in reply to Frank McGuire's article. Bryan raises the question of how
an independent judicial inquiry may be achieved and suggests steps the
Committee should take towards this goal.
Bryan Keon-Cohen's Letter to Frank McGuire MP =>LINK
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