But luckily for us, the media has tried and convicted Jimmy so we don't have to question the facts. It will save the Police so much time and money! Now I don't know if the accusations are true, but neither does the press. Yet here they are using fractions of statements by unnamed women to convict someone who can't defend himself.
None of the women came forward publicly at the time (though its useful they came forward at the same time now) and therefore something doesn't seem right to me about the whole thing. And for some people to now say that they SAW him abusing children and did nothing about it staggers me and the Trust in his name is considering changing its name! All based on rumours and gossip.
If the women are right, then the Police must deal with it and his legacy will be rightfully in tatters - he will deserve to be convicted after the event. But until that happens, I expect more from the BBC at least. I have to admit at being pretty disgusted at the Kangeroo media court. Where has the journalistic balance gone?!