Jon Wedger On Tommy Robinson’s Arrest: “Shame on Bedfordshire Police”

 

‘Support Jon Wedgers fight against child abuse cover ups’

This video was removed from facebook. Exposing censorship & covering up of the truth!

 

 

Jon Wedger’s Mission Statement

​I am a retired Police Detective with over 25 years service in the investigation into child abuse. I was threatened and bullied out of my job for exposing the high-level cover-up of child prostitution. For the past eight years, I have been working with anti-child abuse campaigners, in raising awareness of the true extent of the scale of this heinous crime. I, now with other whistleblowing cops as well as victims and survivors of abuse, am campaigning for a change in the Law to give brave whistleblowers the protection they truly deserve. In the words of Edmund Burke: “All that is necessary for evil to triumph is for good men to do nothing.”

I am now planning a demonstration, on the 16th May 2020 at 12pm-5pm, from Trafalgar Square to Downing Street, in support of the ‘Beecholme Survivors Group’ and all other survivors of child abuse. Please come and support us. I have t-shirts and buttons available ‘I Stand With Jon Wedger’, where proceeds will be used to support the victims of abuse and getting their voices heard.

 

Since I stood up and exposed the vile crimes against children (which were suppressed for decades), I faced a sustained and aggressive onslaught designed not just to silence me but to ultimately destroy me. This attack strengthened my resolve, and I embarked on a journey where I have met brave, kind, compassionate individuals comprised of fellow whistleblowers, victims, and survivors of abuse. If whistleblowers do not receive adequate, independent, and secure protection then the horrific abuse of society’s most vulnerable and precious members will continue.

 

I graciously and respectfully ask that you back and support my campaign.  Thank you to everyone who have already generously donated and for your ongoing support.

 

Links to my recent press newspaper, video interviews and articles can be viewed via my website at www.jonwedgerfoundation.org. Click onto the images below to view more information relating to this website and to shed light onto an epidemic issue, that we together can expose and bring justice to.

 

Thank you. God Bless. 

 

Jon

 

‘The Beecholme Survivors Group and Victims of Child Abuse Demonstation’

 

“We will not be silenced.”

Survivors of child abuse are gathering, and getting stronger.

Come and meet us on the 16th May 2020, Trafalgar Square to Downing Street – 12pm-5pm. 

 

Join Alan Merritt, Sue Lorraine Peak, Samantha Baldwin,

Jon Wedger

 
 

Jon’s Interviews

 

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