The little boy kicking sand in the faces of those who hurt him, and I did notice the slagging off that went on after the case.
The Yorkshire Post have been very naughty indeed, with their own lawyers passing this story on. Thrust into the spotlight!
09:10 - 18 July 2006
The latest allegations of child abuse against Colin Inglis were made after he was thrust into the national spotlight during the Soham scandal two years ago.
Cllr Inglis, who was chairman of Humberside Police Authority at the time, refused to bow to then home secretary David Blunkett's demand to suspend the force's chief constable, David Westwood.
Mr Westwood had been criticised in a report into the failures that allowed Ian Huntley to get a job as a school caretaker in Soham, Cambridgeshire.
Huntley went on to murder Holly Wells and Jessica Chapman, both 10, and it later emerged he had come to the attention of Humberside Police before, after being accused of rape and under-age sex while living in Grimsby.
Mr Blunkett ordered the police authority to suspend Mr Westwood following the publication of the Bichard Report on June 22, 2004.
But the authority refused, leading to a bitter stand-off.
Mr Blunkett eventually took the authority to the High Court to force it to suspend Mr Westwood on July 2. He came back on September 13, before retiring on April 1 last year.
The abuse claims against Cllr Inglis were made public on September 24, 2004, by Sky News, the Yorkshire Post and The Times.
"Never look a gift horse in the mouth" Will the moody boy ever get closure!