What the letter's author completely forgot to say, was what CSA and Ms Goddard would actually do to protect Melanie Shaw and others like her from police and institutional abuse now - today. The key subject of dealing with intimidation and harassment of witnesses and whistleblowers was simply ignored.
Children with families are assets and their value is realised when they can be taken into the British state 'care system', where care, fostering, adoption and special needs all represent increasingly profitable cash cows.
The question now must be why the coverage of the acquittal – and of the detail of Fellows’ claims – has been so disproportionately small in comparison to the coverage of Clarke’s insistence in court that the claims were “off the Richter scale” and “like Martians landing”.
Melanie Shaw was held unlawfully for a period over 24 hours and then released, as a highly vulnerable person, onto the streets with no phone (yet another phone 'confiscated' by the police) and no money.
Conservative Francis Maude MP is David Cameron's guardian of Tory Party transparency. Aside from the fact that the Tory Cabinet office falsified the minutes of a meeting to cover-up insider deals with political charity Common Purpose, it now appears that much darker things lurk behind Conservative transparency - especially where child-abuse is concerned. Let's enter the dark heart of UK government.