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Therese Taylor is a Lecturer in History at Charles Sturt University in Australia. Her book, 'Bernadette of Lourdes, Her Life, Visions and Death' is widely read. She has published articles in the Fortean Times, The Diplomat, and other magazines. She frequently comments on media studies, histories of crime, and religion and society.
“I’D BE LYING IF I DIDN’T SAY IT WAS A POSSIBILITY”! Footballer Andy Woodward talks about paedophile rings in sport & surviving evil coach Barry Bennell
INTERVIEW: How does a victim survive child sexual abuse? Do they? Can they? These questions and many others are at the core of Andy Woodward’s breathtakingly honest memoir, ‘Position of Trust’, telling the horrific story of his years of abuse at the hands of Barry Bennell, an English football coach whose victims number in the hundreds, if not thousands. Gary Johnston with this interview and book review.
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VIDEO: FINALLY FOUND! Evo Media’s Mark Anthony served by ASIC as NSW Health mocks murder threat to journalist
EXCLUSIVE INVESTIGATION – PART FIVE: The scandal-ridden owner of Australia’s largest self-proclaimed LGBTIQ media group Evo Media has finally been located as cameras were present at the very moment he was served documents by ASIC for a range of corporate crimes this week in Sydney.