Eugene Delgaudio Condemns New York Times/BBC Executive Who Refuses To Answer Questions About BBC's Sayville who Molested Hundreds of Children
<h2">British MP Says He Can't Get Answers From NY Times CEO Mark Thompson Regarding BBC Child Sex Abuse Scandal
The CNS news site is reporting "As an independent review into the BBC's handling of the Jimmy Savile child sex scandal prepares to release its findings, a British lawmaker says he has yet to get satisfactory answers from New York Times Company CEO Mark Thompson about what he knew of the abuse allegations before he left his BBC director-general post in September.
Not only has Thompson not replied to three letters sent since late October, Conservative MP Rob Wilson told CNSNews.com Monday, but the New York Times editorial page editor also declined to publish a letter submitted this month - on grounds Wilson found puzzling.
Wilson voiced concerns "about whether the CEO of the New York Times Company has lived up to the ethical code expected of the company's journalists............"
After veteran TV personality Jimmy Savile died in October 2011 allegations emerged that he had molested children over a four-decade period, sometimes on BBC premises. (British police announced last week that 450 people had come forward with information and that Savile was now a suspect in an unprecedented 199 alleged crimes - most involving children or young people.)