A BBC pedophilia scandal has a New York Times connection

Labor unrest and dreadful financial losses aren't all the New York Times has to worry about. A pedophilia scandal now rocking the BBC -- one eerily similar to the Jerry Sandusky scandal -- may prove an embarrassment to the New York Times and raise eyebrows yet again over the management capabilities and judgment of Arthur Ochs "Pinch" Sulzberger, Jr. London police are now investigating numerous allegations that the late BBC host Jimmy Savile was a pedophile who had a hearty appetite for underage girls, possibly molesting or raping dozens of them, including some on the British Broadcasting Company's property. Savile's alleged victims started coming forward after he died in November, 2011, at the age of 84. Now, sordid tales about the eccentric celebrity's alleged sex abuse are making lurid headlines in Britain - and provoking speculation that top BBC officials turned their heads to what was happening. One of those BBC officials is none other than Mark Thompson, set to become the New...(Read Full Post)