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A team of researchers from New York have concluded that we remain conscious after death. Scientists from New York University Langone School of Medicine studied patients who had been resuscitated in Europe and in the United States, who were brought back to life after suffering a heart attack. Dr Sam Parnia, NYU’s director of critical care and resuscitation research, said[Read More...]

Kaya Jones said that members of the Pussycat Dolls were passed around for sex in the early days

Former Pussycat Dolls member said the group was a front for a VIP prostitution ring

A former member of the Pussycat dolls has publicly claimed that the band was a front for a ‘prostitution ring’ in which the members of the band were passed around for sex. In a series of tweets, Kaya Jones, 33,said that music executives and managers took advantage of the group she was a member of in 2003. She said that[Read More...]

Harvey Weinstein has been accused of sexually assaulting dozens of women

Hollywood sex abuse scandal continues to heat up

The shady activities in Hollywood have long been exposed by the alternative media. For many years the idea of predatory sex abuse in Hollywood was seen to be a pure fantasy invented by tinfoil hat conspiracy theorists with too much time on their hands. However, the Harvey Weinstein scandal has helped to shed a light on some of the sex[Read More...]

Ireland to become first European country to ban paedophiles from obtaining passports

Ireland to become first European country to ban paedophiles from obtaining passports

Ireland has become the first country in Europe to ban paedophiles from travelling, it has been revealed. The move come after Australia became the first country in the world to introduce strict legislation to clamp down on sex offenders leaving or attempting to go abroad, earlier this year. Under the new legislation,it would be illegal for convicted paedophiles to travel[Read More...]

Police confirm they would have questioned Bishop Hubert Victor Whitsey if he was still alive

Church of England apologises to former victims of sexual offences

The Church of England has apologised to former victims after it was revealed that the former Bishop of Chester was due to be questioned over a string of sex abuse claims shortly before he died in 1987. Bishop Hubert Victor Whitsey, was accused of abuse by 10 victims, male and female, some of whom were children at the time. The[Read More...]