I do not know if you are aware of a forthcoming documentary that is being repeated on BBC One. The title of this "enlightening" documentary financed by licence payer fees is "Come Home Gary Glitter". It was originally transmitted late last year. I have written the following to the BBC to complain:
I am appalled to read that the BBC are going to repeat the obscene documentary 'Come Home Gary Glitter'. I watched this documentary on its first airing on BBC Three and came away with the thought that this was nothing more than a paedophilic travel guide. I had images of paedophiles typing into their laptops the locations the producers visited, how much to pay and what bars to frequent.
I originally watched the documentary to see what one of my abusers lawyers had to say that lawyer being Giovanni di Stefano. Is is a real shame that the producers of this programme did not catch on to the link between Gary Glitter and Jonathan King, that link being the recently jailed ex Radio One DJ Chris Denning and Bell records of whom Denning worked after being sacked from the BBC. King and Glitter recorded for Bell records at the time Denning was employed by them. That besides I find it very disturbing that the BBC are peddling, what can only be described as a 'Paedophiles guide to south east Asia"
For those that are not aware of the problem in South Esat Asia watch this although it could prove very triggering:
*****TRIGGER WARNING***** http://www.sky.com/skynews/video/videoplayer/0,,31200-glitter_p7419,00.html
Get on your keyboards guys and lets get this paedophilic propoganda taken off the screens.
The powers that be can be contacted here: http://www.bbc.co.uk/complaints/
"Lets take this bull by the horns and swing it about a bit"