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Sunday, October 28, 2012

Gary Glitter, Again

No, not a joke:  The Brits have made an arrest in that "BBC scandal" involving coverup of Jimmy Savile and child sex charges (and now drawing former BBC chief/new NYT CEO Mark Thompson in)--and according to reports, it's none other than '70s rocker, with a long history in these matters, Gary Glitter.    More than 300 have already come forward to accuse Savile of pedophilia.  NYT:  "Mr. Glitter, a glam-rock star whose real name is Paul Francis Gadd, was convicted in Britain in 1999 on charges of possessing child pornography. He served nearly three years in prison in Vietnam for sexually abusing two girls, aged 11 and 12 years."  In case you wonder what Mr. Glitter was up to back in the day (he also was famous for, "Do You Want to Touch Me"):


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