Friday, December 8, 2017

Vile deeds, grave accusations: a non-exhaustive list of famous, powerful or notable people who have been accused or convicted of a sex offence or sexual misconduct involving a child or young adult

There are no women in this list even though no conscious effort has been made to exclude females. If you know of any women who you believe should be in this list, please leave a comment. 

Some other characteristics that seem particularly common among those listed (beside the 100% proportion of maleness) are being a politician, being a politician who has changed parties during his career, being a rock star, being some kind of an entertainer who is a “heart-throb”, or the opposite; being as ugly as a hatful of bums, being awarded an official honour, being a member of a network or social circle with members who display low sexual ethical standards, and the use of a name other than one’s original name, such as a stage name, nickname, middle name, pen name, anglicised name or changed name. Some musical genres appear to stand out as associated with celebrity pedos: 1970s glam rock, rock pioneers of the 1950s to 1970s and 1960s folk rock/pop. 

I think the unifying theme is the abuse of power, be it political power, social power, the ability to manipulate, workplace status, the inter-personal power of an entertainer whose act is all about enhancing their sexual allure and appealing to the emotions of a young audience, or the simple brute power of wealth which can corrupt authorities or pay for defamation actions taken against accusers. 

We must be living in a sad, sick, corrupt world if many of our heroes, elected leaders and recipients of official honours are rapists, child abusers or sex pests. Our legal, political, regulatory and policing systems are failing to address these issues. 

Woody Allen / Heywood "Woody" Allen / Allan Konigsberg
American film director, actor, musician

Scott Baio
American actor and television director, most famous for his role in the TV series Happy Days

Silvio Berlusconi
Italian media tycoon and former Prime Minister of Italy over four governments, who was convicted but on appeal found not guilty of paying for the services of an underage Moroccan prostitute. The Silvio Berlusconi prostitute trial has its own Wikipedia page:

Robert Boothby / Baron Boothby, KBE / Lord Boothby / Bob Boothby
British politician, Conservative Party

David Bowie / David Jones
Rock music superstar, actor, songwriter

Don Burke OAM
Host and creator of top-rating Australian gardening TV show Burke’s Backyard, broadcast from 1987 to 2004 on the Nine Network

George H. W. Bush
41st President of the United States of America, from 1989 to 1993 (Republican Party)

Lewis Carroll / Charles Dodgson
English author and poet, mathematician, Anglican deacon, logician, photographer and author of the classic nonsense children’s books Alice's Adventures in Wonderland and sequel

Max Clifford / Maxwell Clifford
English publicist whose PR career had been controversial because he represented unpopular clients and also worked to limit negative publicity for some clients

Bill Clinton / William Jefferson Blythe III 
42nd President of the United States, from 1993 to 2001 (Democratic Party) and husband of Hillary Rodham Clinton who ran for POTUS in 2016
Sexual misconduct allegations about Clinton have their own Wikipedia article:

Bob Collins AO / Robert Collins AO
Australian Senator from 1987 to 1998 representing the Northern Territory, Australian Labor Party

Tom Driberg / Thomas Driberg, Baron Bradwell
British politician, journalist, possible spy for USSR but also devoted to Anglo-Catholicism, sat as an MP as an independent and for Labour but previously a long-time member of the British Communist Party

Brian Epstein
Manager of the legendary British rock band Beatles

Jeffrey Epstein
American financier, registered sex offender convicted of soliciting an underage girl for prostitution, wealthy owner of a private island, science philanthropist and associate of people famous in politics, science and entertainment. Epstein’s associates include many names who are also in this list such as Woody Allen, Bill Clinton, Kevin Spacey, Prince Andrew, Donald Trump, Dustin Hoffman and Lawrence Krauss, who has publicly defended Epstein.

Jared Fogle
Former American spokesman for the Subway sandwich franchise

James Franco
American actor, winner of a Golden Globe, host of Academy Awards, former principal of an acting/film school and volunteer film teacher in universities and a high school

Alan "Fluff" Freeman MBE 
Australian-born British DJ/radio personality and presenter of Pick of the Pops 1961 - 2000

Donald Friend
Australian painter and diarist

Sir Clement Freud
British broadcaster, writer, politician and chef, grandson of Sigmund Freud and brother of artist Lucian Freud

Mahatma Gandhi / Mohandas Gandhi 
Leader of the Indian independence movement against British rule.

Gary Glitter / Paul Gadd 
English former glam rock singer popular in the 1970s and 80s

Kelsey Grammer
American actor, voice actor, comedian, producer, director

Rolf Harris
Australian musician, singer-songwriter, composer, comedian, actor, painter and television personality

Sir Edward Heath KG MBE / Ted Heath
Prime Minister of the UK from 1970-1974 (Conservative Party)

Dustin Hoffman
Hollywood actor and director, Academy Award winner

Robert Hughes
Australian actor and star of the 1980s-90s Australian family sitcom Hey Dad..! 
(NOT the Australian art critic!)

Michael Jackson
Globally-popular American pop music singer, songwriter and dancer, at the time of his death the best-selling musical artist

Warren Jeffs
Mormon cult leader and convicted child molester

R. Kelly / Robert Kelly 
American singer, songwriter, record producer, and former professional basketball player

John F. Kennedy
35th President of the United States of America, from 1961 to 1963 (Democratic Party)

David Koresh / Vernon Wayne Howell
American leader of the Branch Davidians sect which was involved in a siege in Waco, Texas in 1993 that resulted in the deaths of 76 people, including Koresh and many children

Lawrence Krauss
American-Canadian theoretical physicist and cosmologist at Arizona State University, pop science author and celebrity within the atheist and skeptics movements

Ronnie Kray / Ronald Kray
With twin Reggie Kray, a pair of English leaders of the criminal gang “the Firm”, foremost perpetrators of organised crime in the East End of London during the 1950s and 1960s

Jerry Lee Lewis
American singer-songwriter, musician and pianist, a pioneer of rock and roll in the 1950s, seven-times married, one wife a 13-year-old daughter of a cousin

Derek Longmuir
Scottish drummer and a founding member of the 1970s pop group Bay City Rollers, more recently working as a nurse

Rob Lowe / Robert Lowe
American actor

Roy Moore
American politician (before 1992 a Democrat and after then a Republican) and former Alabama state judge who was the first Republican to lose an election in Alabama in 25 years in December 2017, following many accusations of sexual misconduct (one involving a 14 year-old-girl) in November 2017
Sex abuse allegations about Moore, mostly involving young or underage females, have their own Wikipedia page:

Sir Peter Morrison PC
British Conservative politician and Parliamentary Private Secretary to (then) Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher

Andy Muirhead / Andrew Muirhead
Former presenter of ABC antiques television show Collectors, ABC radio show host and stand-up comedian

Jimmy Page OBE / James Page OBE
English musician, songwriter, and record producer who achieved international success as the guitarist and founder of the rock band Led Zeppelin.

George Pell AC
Australian cardinal in the Catholic church and inaugural Prefect of the Secretariat for the Economy in the Catholic Church, former Archbishop of Melbourne and Archbishop of Sydney

John Phillips / Papa John
Singer in the American 1960s folk rock vocal group The Mamas & The Papas, guitarist, songwriter and concert promoter

Roman Polanski / Rajmund PolaƄski 
French-Polish film director and producer

Iggy Pop / James Newell Osterberg Jr.
Influential pioneer of rock music “Godfather of Punk”

Prince Andrew, Duke of York KG GCVO CD ADC(P)
6th in line of succession to the British throne

Terry Richardson / Terrence "Uncle Terry" Richardson
American fashion and portrait photographer

Sogyal Rinpoche
Tibetan lama, leader of an international network of Buddhist centres which have followers prominent in the corporate world, and author of the best-selling book The Tibetan Book of Living and Dying

Sir Jimmy Savile / Sir James Wilson Vincent Savile OBE KCSG
English DJ, television and radio personality, dance hall manager, and charity fundraiser, host of the BBC television show Jim'll Fix It and presenter of the BBC TV show Top of the Pops

Steven Seagal
American action-movie actor, producer, screenwriter, director, martial artist, and musician who holds American, Russian, and Serbian citizenship. Seagal is a friend of Russian leader Vladimir Putin.

Tupac Shakur / Lesane Parish Crooks / 2Pac / Makaveli
Rap music star

Bill Shorten / William Shorten 
Australian politician, current Leader of the Opposition in Australia and Leader of the Australian Labor Party

Frank Sinatra / Francis Sinatra
American singer, actor and producer, one of the most popular and influential singers of the 20th century

Gurmeet Ram Rahim Singh
Indian guru listed by The Indian Express as one of the 100 most powerful Indians of 2015

Sir Cyril Smith MBE
British politician, at various times ran for Liberal Democrats, Liberal Party, Independent and Labour Party

Kevin Spacey KBE / Kevin Fowler 
American actor, director, producer, screenwriter and twice winner of an Academy Award

Sylvester Stallone / Michael Sylvester Gardenzio Stallone
Hollywood actor

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Johnny Thunders
Guitarist in the glam rock band the New York Dolls

Pete Townshend / Peter Townshend
English musician, singer, songwriter, lead guitarist for the rock band the Who

Donald Trump

Steve Tyler / Steven Tyler
American singer-songwriter and lead singer of the rock band Aerosmith

Mike Tyson / Michael Tyson
American former professional boxer

Harvey Weinstein
American independent film producer
Allegations of sexual misconduct against Weinstein are so numerous, serious and historically important that they have their own Wikipedia page:

Bill Wyman / William George Perks Jr.
English musician, record producer, songwriter, bass guitarist for the Rolling Stones

Peter Yarrow
American singer and songwriter, member of the 1960s folk music trio Peter, Paul and Mary

Mao Zedong / Mao Tse-Tung / Chairman Mao
Chinese communist revolutionary, founder of the People's Republic of China, Chairman of the Communist Party of China from its establishment in 1949 until his death in 1976

Borderline in definition accusations

Bill Henson
Australian photographic artist

Alan Jones AO
Australian radio broadcaster, former coach of the Australian National Rugby Union Team, former English teacher and sport coach at private boy’s schools
[See pages Chapter 4 and pages 88-89 of the biography Jones Town by Chris Masters for evidence that Jones’ involvement in the lives of some of his students at Brisbane Grammar and The King’s School was well beyond appropriate, but there’s no evidence of actual sexual misconduct.]

Elvis Presley
King of rock and roll

Harvey Proctor / Keith Proctor
Former British Conservative politician,5279144

Michael Shermer
American science pop science author, historian of science, founder of The Skeptics Society, and editor-in-chief of its magazine Skeptic who was subject of a rape accusation in 2014 in relation to a 26 year-old (a bit beyond the definition of a young person used in compiling this list)

Jeremy Thorpe / John Jeremy Thorpe PC
British politician, leader of the Liberal Party from 1967 to 1976

Sources and further reading

Bill Heffernan 'paedophile list' allegation: former royal commissioner James Wood hits back

Paedophile ring linked to Britain's worst abuser 'is still at large'.

Corey Feldman reveals plan for film to expose network of Hollywood pedophiles which he says will 'bring down' the industry and asks for $10million in donations to make it

Chris Spivey Celebrity paedophiles

This is Liz Taylor at 16. Had she ALREADY been seduced by half of Hollywood? Mickey Rooney, Ronald Reagan, Errol Flynn and a threesome with JFK. A new book raises extraordinary questions 

Slain ex-KGB spy accused Putin of pedophilia 4 months before poisoning

The UK and Ireland Database Ronnie Krays paedophile ring

Elm Guest House claims and controversy

Operation Yewtree

North Wales child abuse scandal

Westminster paedophile dossier

Joan S. It’s only rock’n'roll…or is it?

Pedophile playboy Epstein's 'black book' of names revealed.

Sunday, December 3, 2017

Prof. Graham Burrows media reports

[I have no idea what's the deal with the colours of this text - the technical side of this blog is as bunky as a Malaysian airline]

The list below of details of text and video media reports is a compilation of available and lost reports. The details of these media reports were sourced from the Blond Ambition political blog, the PsychCrime anti-psychiatry blog and from Google searches. This compilation was created as a record of the misconduct of this once-powerful figure in Australian psychiatry. Many video reports by Louise Milligan for Seven News appear to be no longer available, which is a pity as they are an important record of the standard of misconduct that is possible in Australia by a professor and a psychiatrist who enjoys the authority of being at the top of his or her profession (in terms of power and influence). I’m guessing 7 News just don’t care to archive their news reports in video. 

A whitewashing of records of misconduct of the medical profession in Australia is clear in the glowing and entirely positive obituary of Prof. Burrows that was published in 2016 by the Sydney Morning Herald, and the apparent fact that Burrows was still a professor at the time of his death. After reading the remarkably detailed and complete obituary in the Sydney Morning Herald lacking any attribution of authorship, I’ve come to the conclusion that it was probably written by the man himself before his death, or someone very close to him.

One website that still publishes a lot of very negative views of the late professor is a doctor rating website that appears to be based in the USA. The United States has the right to free speech and a free press enshrined in its constitution, the “first amendment”. We have no such thing here in Australia. Our constitution includes no guarantee of free speech or a free press. Journalism in Australia can be held to ransom by the legal might of wealthy individuals and corporations who are able to use our defamation laws and gag orders as protection from the publication or sharing of criticism or negative information. 

Graham Burrows obituaries, tributes and reviews

'Workaphile' professor had a 25-hour day. 

Sydney Morning Herald.
MARCH 16 2016

Other entirely positive obituaries and tributes from Australian media companies:

But the late prof did get a some very bad reviews from ex-patients at a US-based doctor review website:


Rate Dr. Graham Burrows, Deceased

List of media reports in chronological order

Sack academic for giving evidence in Arthur Freeman case, says senator Julian McGauran.

MAY 11, 2011
[Report exists in Dec. 2017]

Calls to sack Freeman trial psychiatrist.

ABC News
MAY 11, 2011
[Report exists in Dec. 2017]

Medical scandal uncovered.

Louise Milligan
Seven News
June 20th 2011

More complaints against Burrows.

Louise Milligan
Seven News.
June 21st 2011

Burrows Denies any Wrongdoing.

June 22nd 2011
[Existence of report verified using Wayback Machine but video not found]

7News exposes medical scandal. 

June 22nd 2011
[Report still exists at this location and archived at Wayback Machine]

Call for Burrows Investigation.

June 23rd
[Video report page at 7 News Melbourne but not video itself archived by Wayback Machine]

Mental health charity probe.

Grant McArthur
Herald Sun.
December 23rd 2011
[Report still exists at this location but not archived at Wayback Machine]

Burrows patient used as "guinea pig".

Louise Milligan
January 12th 2012

Class action against Burrows.

Louise Milligan
7News (Melbourne)
January 15th 2012