Then the family found out what his father was doing to him….
There was no investigation, he said...
“My mother was disgusted by the news. She couldn’t believe it. She didn’t want to know about it...”
“But, of course, I wanted an examination and the truth to come out.”
“If it had, my father would have been stopped, and there would have been no further victims.”
But “not one” of these wanted to report what his father did to them...
“That should have been in place long, long since. But also I’d like to see mandatory law in the domestic setting.”
Henderson never mentioned that he was Sir Peter Hayman, or that he was a diplomat, let alone that he was MI6...
They also found 45 diaries, “each of a couple of hundred pages”, containing his description of, as counsel to #CSAinquiry put it, “sexual deviancy”.
“My reply to him was, ‘You’re in enough trouble already. Don’t be stupid.”
Collins stalled, and Napley said not to worry, he would talk to the DPP himself...
He said: “I think you’d better sit down…
“Hayman’s finished. He’s to be cautioned. That’s it.”
He told #CSAinqjuiry: “They squared it up. There’s no other explanation for it at all. It was squared up.”
Bryan Collins: “Best club in the world, isn’t it: three knights of the realm? You know, not bad, is it?”
A: “I don’t know.”
“The taller they are, the harder they fall, and Hayman was fairly tall in respect of the diplomatic side of it. Therefore, you know, he had a lot to lose.”