Lee Duffy Whole of the Moon

Benny Blanco

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@Billy Blanc, just one word RUBBISH. Regards Mervyn The Gee
Yeah it’s all made up mate, all the people in Teesside, literally hundreds of people who knew Duffy and are eye witnesses to all his exploits are lying.

The shootings and petrol attacks, which were in all the newspapers and local news at the time are all made up.

The people from Manchester, Liverpool all over the country who’ve wrote chapters for the book are all lying.

My best mates dad, who knew Duffy personally and told me all these stories years ago, he’s lying.

All his mates who’ve posted on Facebook to verify this and that story being true. They are are all lying.

The head copper in Teesside who said “There’ll never be another bloke like Duffy” he’s lying too.

The footage of 1000 people at his funeral is all fake.

What a grand conspiracy eh.

Shut up you silly old bastard.
 

murphyx500

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Yes, he was famous for sucker punching people.

And because he had such power in his right hand, his one sucker punch would be enough to finish most people.
It seems quite easy to go up an sucker punch people out. All you need for that is a disregard for the consequences, you don't need to actually be hard to do that.
 

thegee

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@NSFW, what a load of crap."Mainly the Catholic Church". I am a Catholic and I have never been abused by any of the priests that I have met over the years. Common sense would tell you that in any and every large collection of people there will be rogues, but for you to castigate the Catholic Church as you did is disgusting. My children and grandchildren are also Catholic and the same applies to them. The only work that I saw Priests doing in London especially the East End was Helping the down and outs. Sad that people like you make out that it appears anyone who is religious, especially my Church' likes young boys" . yes they liked me when I was about Ten, Iwas an alter boy. Regards Mervyn The Gee
 
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It seems quite easy to go up an sucker punch people out. All you need for that is a disregard for the consequences, you don't need to actually be hard to do that.
No doubt.

He was hard though.

The sucker punching is a side of him which makes him a cunt. But he was also demanding straighteners with boxers who fought at british level so he was well capable of taking very hard lads in fair fights.
 
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thegee

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@Billy Blanco, Sorry billy just do not believe that this bully boy was able to terrorise a community without someone either fittng him up or as said previously, put a bullet in the back of his head. Don"t you find it strange that one man allegedly did this without some retribution from the old bill? and as for the cop saying "there will never be another one like him" People like the so called top cop allowed him to carry on in Teeside, strange cops you seem to have up there. Regards Mervyn The Gee
 

NSFW

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@NSFW, what a load of crap."Mainly the Catholic Church". I am a Catholic and I have never been abused by any of the priests that I have met over the years. Common sense would tell you that in any and every large collection of people there will be rogues, but for you to castigate the Catholic Church as you did is disgusting. My children and grandchildren are also Catholic and the same applies to them. The only work that I saw Priests doing in London especially the East End was Helping the down and outs. Sad that people like you make out that it appears anyone who is religious, especially my Church' likes young boys" . yes they liked me when I was about Ten, Iwas an alter boy. Regards Mervyn The Gee

100'000s kids abused by the Catholic church all over the planet and covered up by the church and you are saying it was not rife in the UK too? Biggest most disgusting cover up there is. Purely sickening. Rogues is an awful way to describe it. It was an systemic in the Catholic church.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Catholic_Church_sex_abuse_cases_by_country

England


Archdiocese of Birmingham

Father Alexander Bede Walsh was sentenced to 22 years in prison in March 2012 for serious paedophile offenses[clarification needed] against boys. Walsh used religion to control his young victims, telling one boy that drinking alcohol would get him to heaven, and another believed that the abuse was the hand of God touching him, for example. One young victim was driven to a suicide attempt.[81][82][83][84] Walsh had a previous conviction for computer indecency.[85]
James Robinson worked in parishes in the English Midlands and when an accusation of child abuse happened in the 1980s, the Roman Catholic Church allowed him to escape to the United States though they knew about an "unwholesome relationship" the priest had with a boy. Robinson remained free for over 20 years till in the first decade of the 21st century he was extradited back to the UK to face charges. Robinson has received a 21-year prison sentence for multiple paedophile offenses.[86][87][88][89] The Roman Catholic Church paid Robinson up to £800 per month despite knowing the allegations against him.[90]
There are widespread accusations of physical abuse, emotional abuse and sexual abuse of unprotected children at Father Hudson Home, Coleshill, Warwickshire. There are even allegations that vulnerable children disappeared inexplicably. According to reports, priests and nuns were the perpetrators.[91][92]

Diocese of Shrewsbury[edit]

In December 2012, staff at the Christian Brothers school St Ambrose College, Altrincham, were implicated in a child sex abuse case involving teaching staff carrying out alleged acts of abuse both on and off school grounds, although no current staff are said to be involved.[93] More than fifty former pupils contacted police, either as victims of, or witnesses to, sexual abuse. The alleged sexual abuse, including molestation of children while corporal punishment was administered, stemmed from 1962 onwards and continued over four decades.[94]

Archdiocese of Liverpool[edit]

Archdiocese of Southwark[edit]

Diocese of Arundel and Brighton[edit]

Main article: Sexual abuse scandal in Arundel and Brighton diocese
In July 2000 the head of the Roman Catholic Church in England and Wales, Archbishop Cormac Murphy-O'Connor (later a cardinal), acknowledged he had made a mistake while he was Bishop of Arundel and Brighton in the 1980s by allowing a pedophile to carry on working as a priest. The priest at the center of the controversy, Father Michael Hill, was jailed in 1997 for abusing nine boys over a 20-year period.[76]

Diocese of Plymouth[edit]


Benedictines[edit]
Main article: Sexual abuse scandal in the English Benedictine Congregation
Belmont Abbey[edit]
In 2004 former priest John Kinsey of Belmont Abbey, Herefordshire, was sentenced at Worcester Crown Court for 5 years for sexual assaults on schoolboys in the mid-1980s.[98][99]

Buckfast Abbey School[edit]
In 2007 two former monks from Buckfast Abbey were sentenced for sexually abusing boys.[96][97]

Kiltegan Fathers[edit]

Jeremiah McGrath of the Kiltegan Fathers was convicted in Liverpool in May 2007 for facilitating abuse by Billy Adams. McGrath had given Adams £20,000 in 2005 and Adams had used the money to impress a 12-year-old girl who he then raped over a six-month period. McGrath denied knowing about the abuse but admitted having a brief sexual relationship with Adams. His appeal in January 2008 was dismissed.[100]

Diocese of Middlesbrough[edit]

James Carragher, principal of the former St. William's residential school, Market Weighton owned by the Diocese of Middlesbrough, was jailed for 14 years in 2004 for abusing boys in his care over a 20-year period.[101] The principal and the chaplain (Anthony McCallen) at the school were both given prison sentences in 2016. The sentencing judge said:
The victims were effectively trapped and there was no escape from you. They were confused, frightened and in turmoil. It has blighted their lives and each of you had contributed significantly to their misery. [Victims endured] severe long-term, continuing psychological harm as a result of what you did[102]
Over 200 former pupils at St William's say they were abused there. Many former pupils are suing for compensation. The school catered for boys with emotional and behavioural problems.[103]
Ealing Abbey, St Benedict's School[edit]

In 2009 a monk of Ealing Abbey and former headmaster of the junior department of its associated school, St Benedict's, was sentenced to eight years in prison for sexually abusing boys.[104]

Scotland[edit]

Child sex abuse has affected many different Scottish diocese and the credibility of the Church has been damaged. Some Catholics lost faith due to the scandal.[105]
One notable case was an unnamed woman many times locked in a darkened room by a sexually abusive nun who was her carer. Aged 8 she told a priest about the abuse during Confessions. After that the priest and the nun raped her together. There are allegations that at Fort Augustus Abbey there were physical beating, verbal humiliation and sexual abuse. Carlkemp prep school, a feeder school preparing younger pupils for Fort Augustus is also implicated. The Guardian and the BBC both reported complaints that the Scottish Church hierarchy did not cooperate fully over investigations of child sex abuse.[106] Alan Draper of Dundee University accused the Scottish Catholic Church of reluctance to expose priests leading double lives including those accused of sex abuse. Draper revealed bishops knew of 20 cases from 1985 to 1995 but refused to bring in experts. Draper wants relevant files given to a judicial enquiry.[107] Public offers of support from the Church for abuse victims are met with private lack of support and an adversarial attitude when legal action is involved. Draper alleges this contrasts with protection, therapy and financial help traditionally provided for abusers. Draper commented, "The latest statement makes no mention of assessing what support has been provided to survivors. It is window dressing yet again. They have learned nothing."[108]
Victims describe The McLellan Report into child sex abuse as a whitewash.[109] The McLellan Report fails to state which bishops and priests were responsible over decades of child sex abuse and in Scotland, which members of the hierarchy knew about abuse without acting, and ordered victims not to be supported. Some guilty priests will be given the job of introducing safeguards in their parishes while it is feared denial and corruption will continue in the Church.[110] Flaws in the procedures for addressing sexual abuse highlighted in the report include different rules and standards in different dioceses and lack of central guidance on sanctions, abuse victims being left out when central policies were drafted and disregarding United Nations definitions of abuse.[111] There was a culture of cover-up where words were not met with actions.[105][112]

Archdiocese of St Andrews and Edinburgh[edit]

Complaints were made that Cardinal Keith O'Brien was guilty of predatory sexual acts against various junior clerics. O'Brien admitted unspecified sexual misconduct.
Diocese of Motherwell[edit]

In 2016 Fr. John Farrell, Retired priest of the Diocese of Motherwell,[113] the last Head teacher at St Ninian's Orphanage, Falkland, Fife, was sentenced to five years imprisonment. His colleague Paul Kelly, a retired teacher from Portsmouth, was given ten years, both were convicted of the physical and sexual abuse of boys between the years 1979 and 1983. More than 100 charges involving 35 boys were made.[114] Farrell and Kelly were members of the Irish Christian Brothers when the crimes were committed at the orphanage which closed in 1983. According to The Times, it is believed this was the largest historical abuse case ever tried in Scotland.[115]

Wales[edit]

Archdiocese of Cardiff[edit]
Main article: Sexual abuse scandal in Cardiff archdiocese

Guess you just didn't see it.
 

Benny Blanco

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@Billy Blanco, Sorry billy just do not believe that this bully boy was able to terrorise a community without someone either fittng him up or as said previously, put a bullet in the back of his head. Don"t you find it strange that one man allegedly did this without some retribution from the old bill? and as for the cop saying "there will never be another one like him" People like the so called top cop allowed him to carry on in Teeside, strange cops you seem to have up there. Regards Mervyn The Gee
Can you read?

He went to jail on 4 separate occasions and there was 4 attempts on his life all in the space of a 26 year life.

What you’re saying didn’t happen, is exactly what happened.
 

Benny Blanco

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Merv - If all these stories really were true, somebody would have taken him out!

Benny - Merv, There was 4 documented attempts on his life. 2 separate shootings, a dousing in petrol and a stabbing, 18 different people were charged with his attempted murder.

Merv - Rubbish!!! If all this was true the Police would have done something about it!

Benny - He was sent to jail 4 times, he had two pending GBH charges at the time of his death. The chief of Police said he was their number one target and there would never be another like him

Merv - Bollocks! Had he behaved like this in a real jail he would have gotten in major trouble!

Benny - Merv, he was jailed all over the country. Constantly moved from prison to prison because nobody could handle him. Eye witness testimonies from people all over the country talking about him being the main man in every jail

Merv - Bet he never tried it on with Frankie Fraser!

Benny - Frankie Fraser is old enough to be his grandad Merv. They lived at opposite ends of the country

Merv.... Aaah I fucking give up.

It’s like the ghost of @James Figg is haunting me.
 

Benny Blanco

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I heard Frankie Fraser wanted to pull Lee Duffys teeth out with pliers but he couldn’t find a step ladder to reach. Regards Billy Blanco