Firstly, in emboldened text, the “Labour 25+” website poses some interesting and valid questions regarding Joe Anderson in this issue:
The link above confirms the truth… Joe Anderson is a Paedophile supporter… but who was it from King George V school that informed the Police, and who was the police officer who informed Joe Anderson? Who allowed a second trial without convicting Ben Williams? The smoke was there but the fire was well put out. If Ben Williams was ‘not guilty’ then why did Joe Anderson not give him his job back? Why did King George V school not give Ben Williams his old job back?
Joe ‘207’ Anderson should have been arrested immediately when this report came to the Labour25 website. He should be tried for obstructing the course of justice and his Mayoral title removed. The paedophile filth of the Labour Party continues but more and more are being hunted down including other paedophile supporters that supported muslim grooming gangs in Liverpool who were members of the state set up… UAF communist movement for the Labour Party.
A FORMER councillor accused of downloading child porn deleted hundreds of files off his computer the day after his party leader revealed he was under investigation.
One-time Clubmoor councillor Benjamin Williams, 35, admitted he had removed 207 files from his computer’s memory the day after speaking to Liverpool Labour leader Cllr Joe Anderson in December 2007.
He was arrested two days later on suspicion of making indecent images. But Williams, of Townsend Avenue, Norris Green, yesterday insisted he had deleted the files to simply make his computer work more quickly.
History and politics teacher Williams had originally fallen under suspicion in October 2006 after the IT manager at Southport’s King George V (KGV) college discovered he had been putting explicit terms such as “Lolita” and “child porn” into school computers.
During his second day of evidence yesterday, Williams confirmed Cllr Anderson had told him a section 47 enquiry was underway. A section 47 enquiry is a joint social services and police investigation into child protection issues.