Sunday, 9 March 2014
Fulford, an apologist for paedophiles
"Fulford, now 61, is the most senior public figure to be exposed as an apologist for paedophiles among Left-wing political groups of the 1970s and 1980s. He has enjoyed a stellar rise through the legal profession, becoming a QC in 1994 and a part-time judge the following year."
"In 2002 he became the first openly gay High Court judge, being nominated for a knighthood by Tony Blair, and in 2003 took up a prestigious role at the International Criminal Court in The Hague. Last year he was nominated as an Appeal Court judge by David Cameron and appointed to the Privy Council, the elite group of senior politicians, judges and clergy who advise the Queen on constitutional matters."
"in the late 1970s he was a newly qualified Left-wing barrister when he joined the NCCL, now known as Liberty, which had links to known paedophile groups and attempted to lower the age of consent to  and water down child pornography laws."
"Fulford’s involvement with the radical movement to legalise child sex goes even further than that of the Labour Ministers, documents uncovered by The Mail on Sunday show."
"He personally set up a group to support the ‘executive committee’ of PIE in the summer of 1979, after they had their homes raided by police."