I am British living in Britain and cannot reveal my identity due to UK government legislation that's real purpose is to stop stories like my own from reaching the public.
It's not just censorship, it's a cynical development to facilitate government, judicial and police cover-ups. Being unidentifiable in public is causing me all sorts of problems. It's like trying to fight Goliath with both hands tied behind your back.
My situation must surely be a litmus test of human rights in the UK. If they get away with it unpunished, I fear for the consequences. Should members of the public be able to tell their stories freely and without fear of persecution or not?
If you think not, then please ask Stephen to Tweet this link http://www.facebook.com/TheKeyAuthor
If that happens, the public will find out about the true nature of those we entrust to look after us.
Stop the child trade. Support the petition.