Savile, Hall and Now Tarbuck--Third BBC Broadcaster Arrested .... Homosexual Attack On Young Boy
There was Jimmy Savile and hundreds of allegations taking months to document and record and years of denial by the major media.
Last week it was the conviction of Stuart Hall for admitting to 14 attacks on young girls.
Now a report about a third BBC "media" personality, a comedian, on his attack on a young boy.
Eugene Delgaudio, president of Public Advocate asks "There might be some reports in our American news media at some point but its going to take some grass roots reporting first to get this news around."
The Telegraph reports
"Jimmy Tarbuck arrested over historic sex abuse allegations
Jimmy Tarbuck, the veteran comedian, has been arrested over allegations that he sexually abused a young boy...."
The Telegraph reports:
Mr Tarbuck, 73, was questioned by North Yorkshire Police on April 26 in relation to an incident which allegedly occurred in the late 1970s in Harrogate, North Yorkshire.
Information relating to the arrest of the entertainer and quiz show host - who has an OBE for services to showbusiness and charity - was not initially released.
The arrest was made following information passed by Metropolitan Police officers working on Operation Yewtree to North Yorkshire Police.