Anonymous is set to stand side by side to show solidarity to victims of abuse in what has been coined #OpUnited.
Members of Anonymous have recieved a number of requests from child sex abuse victims for help and support.
The group will launch a number of protests against child sex abuse, CSA inquiry delays, cover ups and lack of legal action against offenders.
The demonstrations will show support for those who have been abused and failed by the criminal justice system.
Police Hour will follow updates from these demonstrations which will be happening at 10am on Saturday 11th April in Parliament Square, London, 12 noon on Saturday 11th April at Holyrood Park, Edinburgh, 11am on Saturday 11th April at Liverpool Museum, march to Albert Docks, Liverpool and 10am on Saturday 11th at the Town Hall, Manchester.
#Anonymous and #OpUnite has said ” Enough is enough, for way too long now the victims who have survived their abuse, and that have not been tortured and murdered, as is the case for too many, have agonisingly seen NO justice as the #CSAInquiry is perpetually delayed, thus increasing numbers of prolific high level abusers are dead and buried before their horrendous crimes come to light.
“Whistle-blowers are being wrongfully arrested, discredited and they, and often their families too, are attacked by the powers that be for exposing the child abusers who operate within the system and walk amidst the uppermost echelons of our society. It is time to end the imprisonment of whistle-blowers for standing up for justice.
“This is child abuse taking place on an industrial scale, indeed it is highly organised crime, permitted and committed by people within every level of power & Authority.
“This is not just about paedophiles and organised abuse rings working out with the law, but all too often in conjunction with elements of the very people that society and the most vulnerable within our communities ought to be able to trust the most.
“It is time to demand the arrests of VIP abusers, their collaborators and those who share equal guilt via their silence, to end the cover ups and for transparency to be reached on every level of investigations and inquiries.
“From Sex Abuse victims, to those abused and neglected because they are disabled, old, mentally afflicted, and vulnerable in and way shape or form, it is time for the UK to rise up and say no more!
“Generations of victims have seen no justice for their unimaginable sufferings. It is time to raise YOUR voice for victims NOW so that our next generations are neither abused nor silenced.”