AND SO IT GOES…#353


Everyday existence under the Global Capitalist/Usurer Hegemony is pretty bloody bleak and remorselessly oppressive at the best of times. Characterised by institutionaliesd injustice,brutality and repressive economic and social exploitation and marginalisation, there is very little in the way of daily occurences/news reports that differentiate one day from another. 21st.Century Usurer/Capitallism truly embodies the Orwellian future of , ” a boot stamping on a human face,forever “. Even so,this report gleaned from an otherwise mind-numbingly toadying organ of support for the status quo,still has the power to disgust and to shock………Bosses in hospital deaths cover-up EXPOSED: There will be no hiding place for those who deleted evidence about unit where 16 babies died, says Hunt
Cynthia Bower, former chief executive of the Care Quality Commission, and her deputy Jill Finney were ’round the table’ when the decision was taken to delete evidence of a botched CQC inspection
Names of those responsible for the cover-up at the health regulator were redacted from a damning report published
Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt condemned the secrecy and demanded the names be published
The Prime Minister condemned the cover-up as ‘disturbing and appalling’
By ELEANOR HARDING, SOPHIE BORLAND and TAMARA COHEN
PUBLISHED: 23:24, 19 June 2013 | UPDATED: 07:09, 20 June 2013

Two health bosses at the heart of the cover-up over a hospital where up to 16 babies died through neglect can be named today.
Cynthia Bower, former chief executive of the Care Quality Commission, and her deputy Jill Finney were ‘round the table’ when the decision was taken to delete evidence of a botched CQC inspection.
In a move that prompted fury, the names of those responsible for the cover-up at the health regulator were redacted from a damning report published yesterday.
Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt condemned the secrecy and demanded the names be published – insisting there should be ‘no anonymity and no hiding place’ for the officials involved.
Cynthia Bower, former chief executive of the Care Quality Commission, and her deputy Jill Finney (left) were ’round the table’ when the decision was taken to delete evidence of a botched CQC inspection
The new chairman of the CQC, David Prior, had insisted he could not reveal the identities of those responsible because of the Data Protection Act.
But he was forced into a humiliating climbdown after the Information Commissioner’s Office, which is in charge of data protection, rubbished his position.
It said there was no reason why the law should mean people cannot be ‘held to account’.

Clearly and unequivocably ,lessons have not been learned from the Nuremberg Trials.

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