A wider investigation was ordered in 1996 and the Waterhouse inquiry into abuse at care homes in North Wales was set up, releasing a report in 2000.It criticised over 200 people for abusing or failing to protect children and prompted a massive overhaul of the childcare system.juat your typical down to earth 23 year old love to have a good time and explore new options always up for a challenge. I love the outdoors and I'm not afraid to get my hands dirty... I'm very accepting and not a lot surprises me Loving and caring. I love country music but still listen to other genres. love a good chat but only with someone that can hold a good convo!
Gregory told Sky News that he believes the inquiry was a cover-up and that systematic abuse of children by members of the wider Wrexham community was widespread. There was police officers, serving senior police officers.My passions are travel, music (wide range), driving, and writing. I am kind of shy but the right person will change that. An inquiry in 1993 by North Wales Police into alleged abuse at the home resulted in six people, three of whom who worked at Bryn Estyn, being prosecuted for child abuse, including the former deputy head, Peter Howarth, who was jailed for ten years.A further inquiry by Clwyd County Council was undertaken after allegations of a cover-up but the report was unpublished amidst fears of libel and compensation claims.