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There's been much media interest recently in P.I.E., the Paedophile Information Exchange.
One might wonder where PIE has gone.
On 6/6 in 2008, an event was organised at West Lothian Council's Strathbrock Partnership Centre, Broxburn. It was called ICONS and billed as "A Very Gayleigh Ceilidh". It was targeted at children aged 12+. It was supported by LGBT (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transexual) Youth Scotland, West Lothian Council, and the children's charity - Children 1st.
In 2008, LGBT Scotland received £1.1 million from the Scottish Executive (government).
In 2008, the director of LGBT Scotland was a Neil Rennie.
In 2009, Rennie was convicted of sexually assaulting a three month old. He was given life imprisonment. From the BBC :
The judge said Rennie, a trained teacher who was found guilty of 14 charges, was at the heart of the conspiracy to abuse youngsters, and likened him to a spider weaving an electronic web to bring about his crime.
One of Rennie's conspirators was a Neil Strachan. He was convicted of attempting to rape an eighteen month old. He got life as well.
It's common knowledge amongst older residents of the Strathbrock area that Strachan was caught tampering with children previously in the locality.
PIE seems to have it's fingers elsewhere.