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So I am not a happy bunny .... have always disliked information being removed and the removal of 5.8+ million posts from view, by the deletion of the "old forum" just pisses me off!

It is not just the lost history/knowledge .... it is the time which people spent creating the posts to show the information which gets me!

People spent so very much time .... finding out all they could and all that (near 6 million posts) has been removed from view even though it does exist as a database! 


Anyway .... Timeline Of Savile etc .... this I saved from the old forum. (will need to put it in a few posts as it is rather long and I have not checked the links as there are very many)

I do not know who spent the time to compile it .... but I thank them for doing so.




1950's onwards - organised and sophisticated worldwide network of paedophiles in operation began.
Distribution of pro - paedophile propaganda began.

1951 - Savile's Tour of Britain cycle race.

1955 - earliest recorded instant by police of abuse by Savile, in Manchesterwhen running dance hall.

1958 - 1967 - Savile's radio career begins at Radio Luxembourg

mid 1950's - Savile manages the Plaza Ballroom on Oxford Road, Manchester.

1955 - 56 - Savile manages Mecca-owned Palais dance hall in Ilford, Essex.

mid 50's - mid 60's - Savile living in Salford; later period with Ray Teret, who became his
support DJ, assistant and chauffeur

Late 1950's/early 1960 - Savile manages the Mecca Locarno ballroom in Leeds.

1958 - 1967 - Savile Radio Luxembourg

1959 - Maggie Thatcher MP Finchley.

1960's - CPS file about allegations against Cyril Smith started now (having initially claimed to have ‘no knowledge’ of
any police investigation, the CPS backtracks in 2013.).

1961, 1st January - Conservative Monday Club founded by Ian Greig, Paul Bristol, Cedric Gunner and Anthony Maclaren.

1962 - Cyril Smith begins taking an interest in Youth matters in Rochdale - ''sitting on committees in charge
of the Rochdale Youth Theatre, the Rochdale Youth Orchestra, the Youth Employment Committee, as well as the
governorship of 29 local schools.'' He also sets up a hostel for boys from deprived families in Rochdale,
''approaching poor parents and explaining that their child would be better off in care.''

1963 - Profumo scandal

1963 - 1968 - abuse at Kincora boys home, Belfast, home to 168 boys age 15 - 18. (3 staff jailed 1981).

1963 - Male victim comes forward to claim Savile raped him but is told by police to “forget about it”. Story corroborated
in January by Chief Drusilla Sharpling in Watchdog Her Majesty’s Inspectorate of Constabulary's report, 'Giving Victims a Voice'.

1963 - Lord Boothby begins an illicit affair with East End cat burglar Leslie Holt. Introduced to the Krays.
Underworld connections and factTom Driberg MP involved not reported until 1964 inSunday Mirror, despite
conservative Sunday Express knowing earlier. Krays criminal activities continue for c.3 years, til 8 May 1968
when arrested.

1964, New Year's Day - Savile presented the first edition of Top of the Pops at BBC.

1964 - Police intelligence files link the notorious paedophile to a child sex ring but it is overlooked until 2012.

1965 - 1988 - Savile volunteer porter and fundraiser at Stoke Mandeville hospital. Also had his own quarters there.

1966 - Savile introduced to Mountbatten by Prince Philip.

1967 - and for next 18 months, 13 yr old Guy Marsden, Jimmy Savile's nephew, taken to wealthy celebrities houses in London
with his friends, where men sexually abused girls and boys as young as 10, with Savile present. Showbiz names and Priest,
victims from orphanage or childrens home.Originally taken frm Euston station by men who coincidentally knew Savile as abusers.

1967, July 27th - Decriminalisation of Sexual Offences Act 1967 is passed in an Act of Parliament that decriminalises homosexual acts in private between two men, both of whom had to have attained the age of 21.

1968 -Savile's Travels, BBCradio 1.

1968 - 1970's - Savile volunteers as volunteer porter at Leeds General Infirmary. One of victims only 5.

1969, 10th December - Savile records 'Christmas Songs of Praise' for the BBC from Calder High School. Transmission
date 28/12/69. FOI to BBC by 56cheffy.

1970, December - one of the earliest photographs we know of, of Jimmy Savile with Prince Charles, Yorkshire Post Press Room.

early 1970's - snuff films came into existence - name alledgedly derived from Charles Manson.

early 1970's - John Peters, Englishman who takes part in 'Bjorn tape' video of horrific sex assault on 8 yr old boy, and former soldier,
goes AWOL after being charged with having sex with a 14 yr old boy in public toilets near his base in Sutton Coulfield.
Later goes on to be convicted in Denmark of a separate offence of child abuse.
70's - 80's - abuse in Islington's children's homes under watch of Margaret Hodge.
Abuse in childrens homes nationally during this period an epidemic.

1970 - Edward Heath wins election and becomes Prime Minister.

1970 - Maggie Thatcher appointed her Secretary of State for Education and Science by Edward Heath.

1970 - to present day - The Spartacus International Gay Guide published, annually. originally by
John D. Stamford, currently by Bruno Gmünder Verlag in Berlin, Germany. PeterGlencross the commercial
Manager. Allegedly an international paedophile ring with an estimated 30,000 members. A good resource for paedophiles
looking for children to molest. Listed countries, areas addresses and prices to spend the night with a child.

1970's - Jimmy Savile awarded honorary green beret by the Royal Marines.

1970's - Savile appears in the second episode of a series called 'Play it Safe; Children Cant Fly'. Contains interviews
with parents and children who have had an actual accident, who speak of their reactions and lessons they had learned.

1970 - first recorded instance of abuse by Savile at Duncroft school in Surrey.

1970, January - Savile appears on This Is Your Life', hosted by Eamonn Andrews.

1970, November 6th - 'Ask Aspel' interview with Jimmy Savile as guest. Extracted from FOI request to BBC by 56Cheffy.

1971 - Jimmy Savile OBE

1971, February 11th - Savile records 'SPEAK - EASY' from Broadmoor Hospital. Transmission date 6/3/71. FOI to BBc by 56cheffy.

1971, April 10th - ''Charity Walk' pre-recorded interview by Michael Aspel'. Discovered in FOI request to BBC by 56Cheffy.

1971, January - 'Clunk Click Every trip'; Savile appears in a series of British public information films sponsored
by the Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents (RoSPA). Designed to help promote the new law for wearing
seatbelts in the front of a vehicle.

1971 - 1973 - Payola scandal. Radio 1/BBC sex for airtime. Savile questioned.

1971, March 29th - Claire McAlpine commits suicide.

1972 - John Stamford convicted of sending obscene literature through the post. Shortly after
leaves for Holland.

1973 - Michael Aspel placed at same event as Savile during charity event at Grosvenor House. Shown in video arriving
shortly before Savile. Throws again, following 'This is Your Life' show, claims he has never met him out the window.

1973 - margaret Hodge elected as a councillor for the London Borough of Islington.

mid 1970's - Paedophile Action Group for Liberation breakaway group from Gay Liberation Front.
Later merged with P.I.E. P.I.E. campaign to legalise sex with children over 4. Peter Righton founding member.

1974, february - Edward Heath no longer Prime Minister.

1974, February - Leon Brittan MP for Cleveland and Whitby.

1974, February 2nd - John Savile, Jimmy's brother, stands as a liberal candidate for Battersea North.

1974 - Chris Denning's first conviction for gross indecency and indecent assault at Old Bailey.

1974 - 1990 - a series of incidents of child abuse occurred within the North Wales children's homes.
Some initial reports did not appear in public.
Keith Gregory claims at Bryn Estyn Savile and brother Johnny were visitors in Howarths flat and boys
were brought to them. Deputy Head Peter Howarth, former ex-Tory MP Sir Peter Morrison, and also named by others.
Steve Messham claims in 2012 Alastair McAlpine abused him there.

1975 - Jimmy Savile 10 day 'state visit' to Israel. He meets President Ephraim Katzir and Jerusalem mayor Teddy Kollek, and
was organised by John Levy of the Friends of Israel Educational Trust.

1975, 30 October - 1980, 17 Nov- The Yorkshire Ripper, Peter Sutcliffe begins murder spree.
Savile viewed as a suspect and questioned by West Yorkshire Police. Moulds taken of teeth.

1975 - Thatcher beats Edward Heath in Tory leadership election to become leader of the opposition.

1975 - Thatcher meets Alastair McAlpine at a dinner party and subsequently appoints him Treasurer of the
Conservative Party until 1990.

1975 - Savile beat and raped girl at Stoke Mandeville hospital as part of a satanic ritual with other adults in the hospital
basement. He chanted 'Hail Satan' in Latin. Girl first spoke out in 1992.

1975 - 1976 - North Fox Island abuse, USA. Francis D Shelden missing since his “youth camp” on Fox Island
turned out to be a pedophile and child porn haven. Frank Shelden owned North Fox Island in Lake Michigan–
a private island near Traverse City. Shelden also wrote for Better Life Monthly “seeking liberation for boys
and boy-lovers.” He was also Frank Torey editor of PAN and of Spartacus notoriety with Stamford.

1976+ - photo of Savile at Haute de la Garenne (dated from Superspike t shirt)

mid 70's - allegations of abuse by Jimmy Savile at Haut de La Garenne. Victim comes forward 2008.

1976, January 20th - second Ripper victim, Emily Jackson murdered.

1976 - 'Understanding Paedophilia' by P.I.E. took over original P.I.E. newsletter, mainly by Warren Middleton.
Designed as a serious journal with articles from psychologists designed to give paedophilia 'respectability'.
Later replaced by 'Magpie'.

1976 and 1977 - Oakland county child killer, unidentified serial killer responsible for the murders of
four or more children, two girls and two boys, in Oakland County, Michigan, USA. Frank Shelden/Torey?

1977 - Maggie Thatcher appears on 'Jim'll Fix it'. She says to Jimmy ‘When I was small I didn’t think there ever could be
a woman prime minister, but we hope you’re going to fix it, Jimmy,’ she cooes. He states fortuitously (?!), ‘I already have
done, privately, but I didn’t want everyone to know,’. 2 years later she becomes Prime Minister.

1977, February 5th - Ripper victim number 3 - ROUNDHAY murder of Irene Richardson.

1977 - 'Childhood Rights' published by P.I.E. A regular publiation assimilated into Magpie when editor ('David') died.

1977, April 23rd - Ripper victim number 4.

1977, June 26th - Ripper victim number 5.

1977, 19 September - members of P.I.E. first open meeting in London at the Conway hall in Red Lion square.
Members attacked by outraged mothers.

1977, October 1st - Ripper victim number 6.

1977 - victim, aged 11, abused by Peter Righton and other members of P.I.E. in London until 16. Cyril Smith
+ other vips allegedly involved.

1978, January 21st - 7th Ripper victim.

1978, January 31st - 8th Ripper victim.

1978, May 16th - 9th Ripper victim.

1978 - Leon Brittan made Queen's Counsel.

1978 - October 1st - Peter Hayman cautioned by police.

1979, April 4th - Ripper victim number 10.

1979, 4th May - Margaret Thatcher Prime Minister.

1979, 4th May - 10th January 1988 - Willie Whitelaw Deputy Prime minister. Also Home Secretary from now until 11th June 1983.

1979, 27th August - Lord Mountbatten killed by IRA bomb on boat in Ireland.

1979 - 1981 - Leon Brittan Minister of State at the Home Office, and then made Chief Secretary
to the Treasury, a Cabinet position.

1979 - 1983 - Harvey Proctor MP Basildon.

1979 - 1983 Alastair McAlpine deputy chairman of Tory party.


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1979, 5th November - Martin Allen, 15, disappears. Last seen by a friend at King’s Cross Tube station
as he made his way home from school. Man and boy seen acting suspiciously at Earl's Court, just a few miles
from Elm Guest House. Photofit bears remarkable resemblance to Harvey Proctor.

1979 - 81 - Vincent, abused in Elm Guest house age 11 and house next to church in Sea Rd, Bexhill abuse.
'two men' mentioned twice - same ones? Filmed - took big boxes away.

same time Grafton Close raided after cleaner came in to tidy and found photos and videos of young people behind the cushions,
staff disappear and one got 3 months probation and then went back to working with children.

1979 June - 1985 ''PAN: A Magazine About Boy Love'' published. Changed to 'Paedo Alert News'
in 13th issue. Published by John Stamford and Frank Torey, Spartacus Association.
Edward Brongersma and Frits Bernard frequent contributors.

1979, 15th & 21st November - Anthony Blunt's wartime role as spy exposed by Thatcher in House of Commons after
'Climate Of Treason' book by Andrew Boyle and Private Eye's expose.

1979, December 19th - Savile ''to appear as Father Christmas and take part as required' at the BBC. Obtained via FOI
request to BBC by 56cheffy.

late 1970's - Savile forms relationship with Prince Charles after coming together through their work with
wheelchair sports charities.

1980s: Deputy head of Gwynedd County Council's children's assessment centre Alison Taylor became concerned at abuse she had witnessed or heard reported and began documenting the allegations.

1980 - Stringfellows, Covent Garden opens.

early 1980's - Derek Laud becomes first black member of the Conservative Monday club.

1981 - 1987 - Ray Wyre starts at Albany Prison, Isle of White, working with category A prisoners.
Pioneered group therapy for sex offenders here. Also HMP Parkhurst IOW. Kray was among
his charges at Parkhurst.

1981 - Maggie Thatcher describes Savile's work as ''marvellous''. 11 consecutive new years spent with
Savile at Chequers.

1981-4th August (Royal Wedding) - Vishal Mehrotra goes missing on way home to Putney, less
than a mile from Elm Guest House, whilst 'Kings and Queen's' at Rocks Lane in full swing.
Body found in 1982 in woodland in Sussex.

1981 - 'Perspectives on Paedophilia' published with chapters by Peter Righton and DrMorris Fraser (Azimuth trust).
Derides 'moral panic' over paedophilia & says that with ‘the child’s willing compliance . . . the sex is unlikely
to do much harm’.

1981 - 3 senior care staff at Kincora boys home jailed for abusing 11 boys.

1982-1992 - Margaret Hodge emerges as council leader of Islington.

1982 - Falklands War.

1982 - 'Age of the Train'. Savile appears in A brace of iconic "Age of the Train" ads for British Rail.

1982 - two men, John Rowe & Terry Dwyer, persuade Carole Kasir to change Elm Guest House into a place for homosexual men.

1982 - advert for Elm Guest House placed in Spartacus International Gay Magazine,
with a special coded 10% ''discount'' for members. ''Harry'', husband of Carol Kasir, the contact point for bookings.

1982, June - CGHE strongly recommends Elm Guest House to visit in their newsletter to members. Letter first
actual proof of a Tory link to the guest house. Issue on 8th April 1982 issues a particularly glowing review
and lists facilities such as a sauna, solarium and video studio.

1982 - Haroon, Carole Kasir and William Everett charged for on this date having in their possession obscene articles,
(5 video tapes), for gain.

1982, June 12th - Charges start this date, for on OR before, for Carole Kasir and William Everett, keeping a 'disorderly house'
at Elm Guest House.

1982, June 19th - other charges of neglect of a child, (by Carol, Haroon and William Everett) on OR before, alleged from this
point. On AND before living wholly or in part off the livings of a prostitute (acquitted), knowingly permitted the place to
be used for prostitution, (acquitted) on AND before this date, and William Everett for published on OR before this date obscene

1982, July 9th- Queen is visited by an intruder in her bedroom. Michael Fagan climbed over the walls surrounding Buckingham palace,
broke into Buckingham Palace undetected, then made his way to the Queen’s bed chamber, where he woke her up and sat on her bed
for about 10 minutes. The 6th breach of security at the Queen's London residence that year, there is a clamour to know why the
Queen’s security has been breached so many times.
(24th Sept 1982 - BY NICK DAVIES!)
Update on details by intruder interview last year. Claims he was given whisky.

1982, July 19th - Home Secretary Willie Whitelaw announces the reason for Former Commander Michael Trestrail,
police officer closest to the Queen, resigning, in The House of Commons to a ''stunned silence''. Not for security breaches
to Queens safety, but because he has been involved in a relationship with a male prostitute.
''It would also seem the Queen herself has been party to the cover - ups''.
Trestrail is also named in the documents relating to Elm Guest House child abuse scandal.

1982, August 7th - Daily Express report ''at least 3 MP's, a member of Buckingham Palace, and leading lawyers, doctors and
city businessmen''are questioned as part of inquiries relating to a vice ring' in ''a brothel in a smart London
suburb''. Over next 10 days, more lurid allegations emerge in almost every national newspaper. All of the national news for
those ten days about the Elm Guest House paedophile ring can be accessed via Murun's site here;

1982, 8th August - MET'S Special Patrol Group of 60 officers raid Elm Guest House, (this when 17-year-old rent boy who
acted as ‘in-house masseur’ was detained & who also appeared on dr who & Royal Command performance), resulting
in charges being brought for running a disorderly house. Police found a ''huge store of pornographic material including
video tapes''. There were also whips, chains and ropes.'' 2 under - cover officers were embedded as guests making secret
radio recordings in a plastercast. Less than 10 people present at the house during raid.

1982, 9th August. Article discusses VIP vice ring in south London with at least one MP, and a staff member at Buckingham palace
involved. Elms was raided day before and on the 19th July Trestrail's resignation was announced in parliament. This article
referring to Buckingham Palace staff member published DAY after raid.

1982 - ''Elm Guest House Charge Sheet''. Charges state Haroon Kasir, Carole Kasir and William Everett''on or before 12th June
1982 kept a disorderly house at 27 Rocks Lane, Barnes, London SW 13.'' And that ''on or before the 19th June 1982'' the
three ''neglected'' (redacted) ''in a manner likely to cause him unecessary suffering''. Tom Watson's source notes that
despite this Social Services was not informed by the police nor a Place Of Safety Order issued alongside the warrant from
the magistrate. It was only done AFTER the raid. Also points to heavy involvement of William Everett,

1982 - Cliff Richard's records released, 'Now You See me, Now You Don't'', and ''Daddy's Home''. Placed here for time context
and a suggested musical interlude.

1982, August - After 10 days of non stop reporting in national newspapers on VIP vice probe, papers go silent.
The reason being, libel threats are issued, as this article in Capital Gay illustrates;
Attorney General, Sir Michael Havers, investigates complaints from lawyers representing the Guest House. He also plays
large role in the Sir Peter Hayman cover - up, & told Geoffrey Dickens not to name the paedophile diplomat in Parliament.
As Murun says, 'the most striking thing about the Capital Gay article is strenuous denial of any link to the
murder/disappearance of Vishal Mehrotra and Martin Allen, both of whom disappeared not far from Rocks Lane between 1979
and 1981.''
All credits for included articles and finds, here, go to Murun at:-

1983, 9th June - General Election. Thatcher wins, Leon Brittan changes his seat to Richmond.

1983, 11th June - Leon Brittan becomes Home Secretary, taking over Willie Whitelaw.

1983, June 9th - Peter Bottomley changes from MP for Woolwich West to Mp for Eltham (new constituency).
1983 - 1987 - Harvey proctor MP Billericay.

1983 - Kasirs convicted at the Old Bailey of running a disorderly house, fined & given suspended

1983, Nov 24th - Geofffrey Dickens alleges paedophilia at Buckingham Palace, by an employee. Leon Brittan implored
to investigate his files.

1983 - Brighton boy, 6, attacked & sexually assaulted in car by 3 men whilst walking home. Police
question PIE members in connection with the attack, but the crime remains unsolved to this day.Over 1
million people sign petition demanding legislation to make paedophile groups such as PIE illegal, but
Leon Brittan refuses to do anything.

1983 - Alastair McAlpine no longer deputy chairman of tory party.

1984, 30 Jan - 'Maggies Militant Tendency' documentary by BBc exposes Tories far right wing leanings.
Examines Neil Hamilton, Harvey Proctor and Gerald Howarth. Legal proceedings follow.

1984 - Geoffrey Dickens MP hands over 50 page dossier on VIP child abuse with links to Em Guest House to the Home Office.
Later 'encouraging' half hour meeting with Home Secretary Leon Brittan.

1984, June 1st - Mark Tildlsley, 7, lured from fair & murdered by Sydney Cooke and gang. No prosecutions
made, and Cooke's role in murder not investigated until 1999.

1984, 21st May - The Conservative Monday Club under Thatcher revises its constitution. Prolific publications occur;of booklets,
pamphlets, policy papers, an occasional newspaper, Right Ahead, & a magazine Monday World.

1984, Savile accepted as a member of the Athenaeum, a gentlemen's club in London's Pall Mall,
after being proposed by Cardinal Basil Hume.

1984 - P.I.E. disband owing to hostile public opinion following two members of PIE’s executive committee being jailed in
November, for 6 months & 18 months respectively. Leon Brittan, controversially, never influenced the banning of P.I.E.

1984 - Alastair McAlpine created a life peer in the New Years Honours List taking the title Baron McAlpine of West Green of
West Green in the County of Hampshire.

1984 - IRA bomb Brighton Hotel. Alastair McAlpine on a target list of the IRA.

mid 80's - Derek Laud becomes a researcher & special adviser, working for Conservative Members of Parliament & government

1985 - first public allegation of abuse in Islington's Council care by Demetrious Panton to Margaret Hodge.
(very existence of which would be ignored until 1989).

1985 - Chris Denning imprisoned for 18 months for gross indecency with a child.

1985 - Cliff Richard appears on ''Jim'll Fix It''.

1985, November - Jason Swift, 14, brutally raped & murdered by Sydney Cooke & three accomplices
– Leslie Bailey, Robert Oliver & Steven Barrell.

1986, January - Leon Brittan resigns over Westland affair.

1986: Alison Taylor reports her concerns about abuse to North Wales Police.

1986 - Sunday Times expose Spartacus. Undercover reporters offered 2 boys in manila, 8 & 14. He said
“If you are discreet, I can guarantee you will get as many boys as you want in the Philippines.


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1986, June - August - Harvey proctor commits the offences (spanking case) pertaining to the later case in court. These are
three acts of gross indecency with one male and one act of gross indecency with another - both teenagers.

1986, September - lurid rumours now surface about Harvey Proctor in the papers. Allegations appear in a Sunday newspaper
claiming he had organised gay spanking sessions with boys in his London flat.

1986, October - Neil Hamilton and fellow MP Gerald Howarth (one of his closest friends), sue the BBC for libel
owing to documentary ''Maggies' militant Tendency''.Prosecution financed by Sir James Goldsmith, Taki, David
Davis and Lord Harris of High Cross. Hamilton and Howarth were awarded £20,000 each and in the next edition
of Panorama on 27 October, the BBC made an unreserved apology.

1986 - Childline launches, by Esther Rantzen. She will later on the public breaking of the scandal admit to hearing
rumours about Savile's paedophilia but that ''rumours are not evidence''.
1987, 10th March - Daniel Morgan, private investigator for Southern Investigations murdered in pub car park,
Sydenham, following important police corruption probe, phone hacking and seeking witnesses against Proctor
and Hamilton for Maggies Militant Tendency legal threats.

1987, May - Harvey Proctor resigns as MP for Billericay shortly after his trial and after being fined pounds 1,450 for acts of
gross indecency; he was involved in homosexual spanking sessions with young male prostitutes. Lawyer is Sir David Napley,
influential solicitor, who represents also Commander Trestrial who is also on the Elm Guest
House list.

1987 - Beat Meier and Roger Lawrence (P.I.E. member) were caught by UK customs in 1987 trafficking a 3 year old boy
on the Ostend – Dover ferry. Dutch and British Government's failure to legislate against paedophile groups enabled
the cross border connections to exist. Meier’s name is also believed to have come up during the Marc Dutroux
investigation in Belgium, along with Spartacus boss John D. Stamford.

1987: Taylor was suspended by the Gwynedd local authority, which offered her a financial termination agreement on condition that she sign a confidentiality agreement. She refused.

1988 - Cyril Smith knighted by the Queen for public services during the late 1960s and early 1970s.

1988 - Harvey Proctor opens his tie shop in Brewers Lane, off Richmond Green, with extremely generous investment from
many MPs and acquaintances, many with a 'colourful' history, including Neil Hamilton, Jeffrey Archer, Michael Heseltine,
& Michael Brown disgraced tory Whip. A second shop follows in Knightsbridge. Despite losses in its first year MPs continued
to generously donate, as the register of members' interests reveals to the ''curious inquirer''. A sign inside says 'shirtlifters
will not be prosecuted'.

1988 - Gracewell Clinic, Moseley, Birmingham, established by Ray Wyre. The first residential
treatment centre for sex offenders anywhere in the world.

1988, August - Savile appointed by junior health minister Edwina Currie chair
of an interim task force overseeing the management of Broadmoor Hospital, after its board members had been suspended.

1988 - for 3 yrs - Azimuth Trust, sailing charity for disadvantaged boys based in Cornwall set up by Dr Morris Fraser
and Michael Johnson. Photographed naked boys. Dr Fraser, like Peter Righton, contributed sympathetic chapters to 'Perspectives
on Paedophilia' pub 1981. Fraser intro'd at least 1 boy to Charles Napier.
''Police criticised over handling of abuse case''; http://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk...e-1419613.html

1988 - Alan Williams (21) and Warwick Spinks (25) set up Boys Club 21 and Gay Palace in Amsterdam.

1988 - Chris Denning jailed for three years for indecent assault on a 13-year-old boy and possession of indecent photographs.

1988, 31st December - Leon Brittan no longer MP for Richmond.

1989, May - Sydney Cooke sentenced to 19 years in Wandsworth Prison for manslaughter of Jason Swift.

1989, Feb 3rd - Colin Peters, Alan Delaney, Ernest Whittington, Victor Burnett, sentenced at the Old Bailey for involvement
in a ''sex ring'' which ''lured boys as young as 10 into prostitution'' over a 5 yr period (around 1983 - 1987). Convictions arose
from yr long investigation, 'Operation Hedgerow'. Police believe part of a much wider ring involving ''influential, professional people
and its tentacles reach into Westminster and Whitehall''. Said to ''resemble the Mafia in its organisation and strength.'' Colin Peters,
alleged ringleader who received 8 yrs, a former barrister and Foreign Office official from Bayswater.
He is also listed as a guest in the documents relating to Elm Guest House. Alan Delaney also possibly on a photograph
contained in the Elm documents.
Group now linked heavily to the Elm Guest House scandal and Operation Hedgerow bears striking ''similarities'' to Operation Fernbridge,
and similarly involves child trafficking to Amsterdam.
Judge said it resembles the Mafia possibly because it is indeed connected to it!.. ''Informed sources in Britain believe that the Delaney Peters ring and the Moncini-linked networks are connected, and that both are part of an international pedophile conspiracy.''

1989 - Leon Brittan knighted. Also resigns as MP to become European Commissioner for Competition at the European Commission.

1989: Taylor reaches out-of-court settlement with her employer and goes to press with a number of serious allegations of physical
and sexual abuse in a number of north Wales care homes spanning two decades involving multiple victims and perpetrators.

late 1980's/by 1990 - Amsterdam bars/scene - Boys Club 21 (Alan Williams), Gay Palace (Spinks), Boys for Men,
De Boys,The Blue Boy busiest watering holes in intrntnl paedophile jungle. 250 paedophiles involved in production
child pornography in Amsterdam. Amsterdam bars (Nick Davies)

late 1980's - Savile allegedly acted as an informal marriage counsellor between Prince Charles and Princess Diana,
at St James' Palace. Former Royal Family press secretary Dickie Arbiter later said Savile's behaviour had raised
"concern and suspicion".

1989, June- 1991, November - Michael Johnson of Azimuth Trust assaults 2 boys, 9 & 11, 50 times.

1989 - Robert Oliver found guilty of Jason Swift's manslaughter at trial and guilty of conspiring in a serious sexual
offence. Sentenced to 15 years in jail & served 8, released in 1997. Not on sex offenders register as his sentence
pre - dates it.

1990's - Scallywag magazine names Alastair McAlpine.

1990 - North Wales Police undertake investigation into allegations at the Cartrefle home in Clwyd. Head of the home, Stephen Norris,
63, pleads guilty to sexual offences against boys in his care and is jailed for three-and-a-half years.

1990 Naypic helping Carol Kasir.

1990 Carol Kasir found dead age 47 in her flat. Coroners inquest concludes suicide by insulin overdose.
NAYPIC employees believe murdered.

1990 - 'A' contacted NAYPIC- a teenage victim/witness of a British paedo ring who said he was forced to film snuff movies
in a warehouse in or around Amsterdam. Before could give testimony was drugged & pulled into van
in front of Moss' home where hed been staying. Already been threatened & followed; never heard of again.
'The Elite Twelve' paedophile group would pay up to £ 5 000 to children to take part in the videos.

1990's Jimmy Savile banned from Children in Need, says Sir Roger Jones, former BBC governor for Wales and chairman
of the charity.

1990 - Alastair McAlpine no longer Tory party treasurer.

1990 - Revealing interview with Jimmy Savile by Lynn Barber for The Independent on Sunday. He says he takes pleasure in taking
dead people to a hospital mortuary in Stoke Mandeville and she remarks "What people say is that you like little girls.", clearly
suggesting even then many were aware of his unlawful perversions but did nothing.

1990 - In another interview with Savile in Q magazine he reveals he 'told of his pleasure at being alone with the dead
and even issued a bizarre unprompted denial that he was a necrophiliac — someone with a sexual attraction to corpses.'

1990 - Jimmy Savile awarded Knighthood

1990 - Jimmy Savile awarded Papal Knighhood by Pope John Paul II.

1990 - IRA bomb the West Green House mansion in Hartley Wintney, where Alastair McAlpine had lived just weeks before,
and where in the past Thatcher had been a guest.

1990, 28th November - Maggie Thatcher no longer Prime Minister.

1990 - Rochdale, up to 20 children were taken from their homes and parents after social services believed them to be
involved in satanic or occult ritual abuse. The late 80's and early 90's prominently featured citations of satanic ritual abuse.

1990 - 1993 - 'Frank', informant from Nick Davies article caught up in paedo underworld & witnessed snuff film with
Spinks in Canaries. Kid no older than 12. Detectives discovered Alan Williams and friends had been discussing doing
this in the barn of a German from one of the Spuistraat clubs.

1990, December 12th - Savile appears on 'This Is Your Life' hosted by Michael Aspel. Guests include Frank Bruno,
Roger Ordish, Freddie Starr, Gary Glitter and Tony Blackburn.

1991 - Taylor submits a dossier of allegations from over 100 young people to North Wales Police, the local authority and Welsh Office.
25 people are arrested but released without charge.

1991,24th Feb - The Observer runs a lengthy article entitled "Far Right takes over the Monday Club", stating that a number
of senior members had tendered their resignations in protest at the Club's "takeover" by "extreme right-wingers", some
of whom were also members of the Western Goals Institute.

1992, April - mysterious fire breaks out in the third-floor flat in Palmeira Avenue, Hove, Brighton which kills
5 people, Several former Clwyd children’s home residents are thought to have been among the guests: two at least Bryn Alyn residents
& knew John Allen very well – Adrian Johns and his brother Lee (also known as Lee Homberg). Adrian Johns dies and
Lee Johns is injured, found dead in 1995 after testifying in John Allen’s trial.

1992, September - Peter Righton founder of P.I.E. at 66 pleads guilty to three charges of importing or possessing obscene material —
paedophile gay porn — after customs officers at Dover intercepted two packages addressed to him. Tom Watson claims in 2012 this file of
evidence used to convict him contained 'clear intelligence' of a sex abuse gang.
Quits job at National Children’s Bureau.

1992 - Neil Hamilton (currently a gov minister) & Harvey Proctor attacked in Proctor's shop in Richmond - on - Thames. Hamilton's
nose broken and Proctor's little finger in what he calls the ''gay bashing'' expedition.

''After Dark'' debate prog ''Open to Exposure'' debates the ''accuracy and ethics of journalism''. Harvey Proctor a guest, & Annette
Witheridge, who ran several stories on his salacious behaviour. (crrntly owns shirt shop)

1992 - Spinks was first investigated in 1992 after police identified him as a dangerous child abuser with links to paedophile rings
in the UK and Europe.
He divided his time between England and Amsterdam, where he acted as a fixer introducing sex tourists to young boys in the Dutch city.

1992 - Charles Napier, one time treasurer of P.I.E., has house in Evesham, Worcs, raided. Police find not only ''hard-core child abuse
images from Amsterdam'' but a "quarter-century of correspondence" between paedophiles in Britain and around the world. Letter from
him found in flat in South London boasting of his life in Cairo as a "British Council teacher''. Brags of easy access to young boys
and how he can 'send Obscene images back to Britain in diplomatic bags''. Arrest and subsequent caution for indecent assault of a
boy 30 years before.

1993 - On the basis of Taylor's dossier, police obtain 2,600 witness statements and 300 cases are subsequently sent to the
Crown Prosecution Service. 7 people are prosecuted.

1993 - Gracewell Clinic (Ray Wyre) closes after pressure from local public.

1993, July - Manuel Schadwald, 12 year old Berliner, (allegedly murdered in snuff film) goes missing. Police belatedly
try to find him in late 1990's after initially being labelled a runaway, owing to increasing North European press reports
of trafficking of boys from Berlin to the Netherlands.

1993 - Dr Morris Fraser (Azimuth Trust) convicted for possession of child pornography.

1994 - Homosexual age of consent lowered to 18 in the Criminal Justice and Public Order Act 1994.

1994 - Peter Howarth, former deputy head of Bryn Estyn, jailed for 10 years of abusing boys.
Dies in prison.

1994 - Peter Hatton - Bornshin, abused whilst under care of Grafton childrens home when 11 in the 80's, commits suicide at 28.

1995 - Wolvercote Clinic (Ray Wyre) opens in Epsom, Surrey, secret location, part - funded by the Home Office.

1995 - Leon Brittan becomes European Commissioner for Trade and European Commissioner for External Affairs, also serving as
Vice-President of the European Commission.

1995 Geoffrey Dickens dies.

1995 - John Stamford dies in prison from heart attack age 56, just before standing trial on child sex charges.

1995 - 1996 - Marc Dutroux kidnapped, tortured and sexually abused 6 girls from 8 - 19, murdering 4. Alleged member of mass sex ring involving VIP police and government in Belgium and Le Chateau des Amerois which included torture and murder.

1995 - Lee Johns, former Bryn Alyn resident, found dead after testifying in John Allen's trial.

1995 - John Allen founder fo Bryn Alyn community jailed 11 years for indecent assaults on boys in his care.
November 2012 seen working at a Premier Inn.

1995 - Charles Napier, treasurer of P.I.E. convicted sexual assault against minors in London.

1995 - Warwick Spinks sentenced 7 yrs reduced on appeal to 5 at Lewes Crown Court, East Sussex, jailed for sexual
offences against boys.Convicted for serious sexual assault at knifepoint, taking a child without lawful authority
and taking indecent images of children. Lewes Crown Court heard that he had he drugged a 14-year-old boy and “sold him”
to a gay brothel in Amsterdam. Flees the country before end of 5 yr sentence whilst on license (after 30 months) in a
London probation hostel, rips off several credit card companies on a spending spree in the boy bars in Fuggerstrasse
in Berlin and finally settles in Prague. Forges links with Chris Denning.
Before his arrest running notorious Why Not brothel in Amsterdam.

1995 - Andrew Neil interviews Savile on 'Is This Your Life'. Savile appears visibly uncomfortable when asked
about his liking for young girls, his meanness and explores his strange relationship with his mother.

1996, March - Chris Denning imprisoned for 10 weeks for publishing indecent photographs.

1996 - Then secretary of state for Wales William Hague orders tribunal of inquiry into allegations of child abuse
at care homes in Clwyd and Gwynedd between 1974 and 1990. It sits for 203 days under Sir Ronald Waterhouse QC and
hears from 250 witnesses, 200 additional statements, and in total hears from 650 people. The final report contains
700 allegations of abuse involving 170 individuals. More than 80 people are named as perpetrators. Findings published
in February 2000 as Lost In Care: The Waterhouse Report.

1996 - Charles Napier investigated as being an alleged member of a paedophile network operating in British schools.

1997 - Robert Oliver released from prison, serving 8 years of 15 yr sentence.Lives under name Karl Curtis.

1997 - Spinks tracked down in Prague by The Sunday People. Posing as Dutch property consultant with name Wilhelm Pavel,
shaved moustache, has 'minders', lives in flat in smaller suburbs of Prague, conducts 'tours' through hidden websites
and e mails, taunts Scotland Yard (sent postcard), has gay lover Jakob, 22. ''Between us we have 8 apartments with access to another 68''.
Uses clubs like Pinocchio's or escape for lads like on run frm conscription. Website run frm friend in Budapest.
Minibus, apartment, tours routine for punters.

1997 - Dutch journalists dig out a history of sightings of Manuel Schadwald which suggests he had been put to work in a brothel in
Rotterdam, run by a German, Lothar Glandorf, now 36. After ignoring complaints for 18 months, Rotterdam police targeted him and found he had
been selling hundreds of boys. Of those they could trace, nearly half were under 16.

1997, November - Chris Denning jailed Prague for 3 and a half years after paedo ring investigation.

1997 - Cash for Questions parliamentary enquiry. On 3 July 1997, the enquiry found Neil Hamilton guilty of taking
"cash for questions", as well as Smith.

1997, 31 August - death of Diana, Princess of Wales.

1997 - James Chalkley moves from his Stepney Flat in London to Amsterdam. Ex Eastenders actor connected to the Harry Jeffries,
Peter Howells ('Actor and agent'), John Peters (Abuser in the Bjorn video), and Warwick Spinks international paedophile ring. Mentioned in documentary 'The Boy Business'

1998 - David Icke names McAlpine in book 'The Biggest Secret'. No legal action follows.

1998, April, Edward Brongersma, Dutch Senator and Doctor of Law, dies. Defender of rights of paedophiles
and contributor to PAN.

1998, April - Sydney Cooke paroled.

1998 - Watchdog Her Majesty’s Inspectorate of Constabulary's damning report On Savile reveals a letter to Scotland Yard in 1998
claiming the TV star was a child abuser was kept secret because of his ''celebrity status''.

1998 - John Peters ('Bjorn tape' attacker) believed to be in Asia.

1999 -Gary Glitter convicted for possession of child pornography in the United Kingdom. (4 000 hardcore photographs of children being abused).

1999 - Savile invites Prince Charles to glencoe cottage for private meal. Local ladies dressed in pinafores.
Christmas card received ''Give my love to your lovely ladies in Scotland''.

1999/2000 Spinks' whereabouts revealed and file sent to UK cops ('People').

1999, December 17 - Sydney Cooke sentenced 2 life sentences in Wakefield Prison for 18 sex offences
between 72 and 81 which came to light after Dispatches programme.

1999 - Leon Brittan resigns with rest of the Santer Commission amid accusations of fraud.

1999 - Savile appears as panelist on 'Have I Got News For You'

late 1990's - increasing press reports in North Europe on trafficking of boys from Berlin to the Netherlands.

2000 - Homosexual age of consent in England and Scotland lowered to 16, (Northern Ireland 17) - same as for heterosexuals -
in the Sexual Offences (Amendment) Act of 2000. Jack Straw wanted the law passed ''as soon as possible''. The rarely used
Parliament Act had been invoked to get the measure onto the statute book, only the fourth time since World War One that it
has been used. Accusations of ''by - passing parliament'' and a ''constitutional outrage''.

2000, Feb - 'Lost In Care': The Waterhouse Report, which concludes that "widespread sexual abuse of boys occurred
in children's residential establishments in Clwyd between 1974 and 1990." The Waterhouse report costs an estimated £13 million.
David Cameron was a member of the home affairs select committee which considered the findings of Waterhouse.

2000, April - documentary by Louis Theroux about Jimmy Savile.

2000 - Ricky Gervais interviews Jimmy Savile. Introudes him by saying; ''He's mad, but not in a good way''. Refernces to
'Leeds prostitutes', Many pointed remarks strongly suggest Gervais knew about at least some elements of his sordid lifestyle.

2000 - Harvey Proctor's stores forced into liquidation after legal action by Customs and Excise over an unpaid VAT bill.

2000 - ''Even Michael Hames, then head of Scotland Yard's Obscene Publications Squad, who handled the Righton files expressed
disappointment more was not done. Writing in 2000 of the Righton inquiry, he called for a national team to be set up to
investigate paedophiles, adding: "I remain convinced that we have only touched the tip of a huge national and international problem."

2000, sept 8th - Jack Straws brother William Straw found guilty of an indecent assault on a 16-year-old girl.

2012 - Cameron announces that Mrs Justice Macur will consider how the Waterhouse inquiry dealt with original
allegations, its conduct and remit, & establish any new allegations. This is a new police investigation, independent
of North Wales Police force, under Operation Pallial. Ann Clwyd MP calls for the archive copy of the Jillings report
to be published and says she had read the report in 1994.

2002, July - Wolvercote Clinic (Ray Wyre) closes owing to public pressure and DOH selling of land.

2003: Following the coroner's report into the death of former Bryn Estyn clients, police launch a new investigation in which John Allen
is cleared of a further 36 offences when a judge rules that he would not receive a fair trial under EU human rights legislation.

2003, May - Grant Russell, sex tourist, murdered in Vinohrady apartment, Prague, belonging to Warwick Spinks and Vladimir and called 'Toucan Apartments'.

2004 - Comments on a Dutch blog suggest Warwick Spinks was seen working at Pinnochio bar in Prague around this time.

2004 - Harvey proctor, 'disgraced politician', reported as being ''Queen of the Castle'' as manager of the Duke of Rutland's
ancestral seat, Belvoir (pronounced Beaver) Castle, and lives in a large country house in the grounds of the 18,000-acre estate
near Grantham, Lincolnshire. Living with long term partner and art dealer, Terry Woods. He says he's lived there 'over a year'.

2005 - 2007 - investigation into News International Phone Hacking Scandal.

2005, 19th December - Rolf Harris unveils his portrait of the Queen, commissioned to mark the monarch's 80th birthday the following year.

2006 - Savile appears on final edition of Top of the Pops.

2006 - Court in Vietnam finds Gary Glitter guilty of committing obscene acts with minors. Career irreparably damaged.

2006/2007 - Savile sent 80th birthday card by Prince Charles saying "Nobody will ever know what you have done for this country Jimmy. This is to go some way in thanking you for that." With a box of cigars and some cufflinks.

2007 - Jimmy Savile interviewed under caution by police investigating an allegation of indecent assault in the 1970s at Duncroft
Approved School for Girls, which Savile treated as a ''paedophile sweetshop''. Mr Williams-Thomas said: "The 2007 investigation
offered the best opportunity to catch Savile. It raises questions about why the one person who could have provided information
was not spoken to.

2007 - Peter Righton dies whilst living on a baronial estate in Suffolk which was regularly used as a holiday
centre for disadvantaged children in Islington, despite earlier convictions for possession of abusive images
of children.

2008, March - Savile started legal proceedings against The Sun newspaper, which
had linked him in several articles to child abuse at the Jersey children's home
Haut de la Garenne. Later admitted visiting after publication of photo.

2008, June 20 - Ray Wyre dies, aged 56.

2008 - Chris Denning extradited back out of Britain after serving 2 years of a further 4 year sentence
and jailed in October for 5 years in Slovakia for producing child pornography. (where he had been living
prior to his extradition to Britain).

2009 - Jimmy Savile interviewed under caution by Surrey police investigating an alleged indecent assault
at Duncroft school. The CPS advised there was insufficient evidence to take any further action. This was
the year of the last offence recorded by the current investigation. Police failed to interview headmistress.

2010, August - Leon Brittan returns to government acting as trade advisor to the Coalition.

2011, May - 'The father superior of the congregation of Salesians in the Netherlands, Herman Spronck, has been dismissed after
defending a paedophile priest. The Belgian Father Superior Jos Claes, of the Don Bosco group in Brussels, told RTL Nieuws that Spronck no longer represents the group in the Netherlands. The dismissal comes after the suspension earlier today of a Salesian priest who was a member of the Dutch paedophile lobby group Martijn.'.' Don Bosco is actively involved in youth work with disadvantaged children in the Netherlands and abroad.' Links to current Operation TORVA by MET police.

2011, October 29 - Jimmy Savile dies. Tributes 'pour in'.

2011 Prince Charles leads tributes to Savile. The Prince and the Duchess describe themselves as ''saddened to hear of
Jimmy Savile's death and their thoughts are with his family at this time."

2011, 9th November - Jimmy Savile's funeral. His funeral took place at Leeds Cathedral and he was buried at Woodlands Cemetery
in Scarborough, in an upright golden coffin buried at a 45 degree angle, facing the ocean and a school.

2012, April 4th - Unnamed man arrested in Somerset by Op Yewtree.

2012, June 16th - Jimmy's partner Sue Hymns and niece Amanda McKenna talk about how Jimmy Savile was a great man and all the
bad rumours of him after his death are 'not true'.

2012 Spinks finally arrested and put back in prison to serve remaining 18 months



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2012 , 3rd October - 'Exposure: The Other Side of Jimmy Savile' airs on ITV. The documentary that blows the lid off the
myth of Savile. Mark Williams - Thomas exposes the 'untouchable' man who hid his depravity behind charity and engineered
procurement of children to abuse on an unprecedented scale. Raises penetrating questions on how his abuse was allowed
to continue for so long, especially with his close royal links and establishment allies. Statements by Savile's victims.
Esther Rantzen, founder of Childline, admits hearing rumours of Savile's abuse of children but says ''rumours are not evidence''.
Hundreds more victims come forward following programme. Allegations that Rantzen failed to act 18 years ago leads the National
Association for People Abused in Childhood to urge her to consider her position as patron of the charity 'Childline'.
The docu: http://documentaryheaven.com/the-oth...-jimmy-savile/

2012, October 19th - published recording of Bill Oddie remarking the Jimmy Savile 'cover - up' could have been an Establishment or ''Government
Conspiracy'' and that everybody knew. He remarks on the incredulity of him receiving, nonetheless, an OBE and being a 'friend of Royalty'.

2012, 24th October- Tom Watson uses his Parliamentary Privilege to request police to look afresh at at claims of
an historic “powerful paedophile network linked to Parliament and No 10''. He refers to Peter Righton, a former consultant
to the National Children’s Bureau, who was convicted of importing and possessing illegal homosexual pornographic
material in 1992. He states that files on this man contained “clear intelligence of a widespread paedophile ring''. The
Savile documentary has blown the lid off the taboo subject of the hidden scale of child abuse in this country - many
of the victims will prove to be the most vulnerable - care home kids, runaways, broken homes, mentally and physically
disadvantaged. It will also expose the frightening reality of how government and council institutions have at best ignored
the problem for decades; at worst - facilitated and profited from it.
David cameron appears 'perplexed', or is it 'perturbed'?.

2012, October 18th - feature uploaded from 'Meridian Tonight', ITV News, tells how Jimmy Savile was ''waved through'' security at
the Palace of Westminster, even the ''airport - style scanners''. The reporter says he has accompanied many guests there over the
years but ''Savile was the only one who was waved through security''.

2012, October 24th - ''Savile Sex Scandal Hits Horrific New Low as Former Colleague Paul Gambaccini Claims on Radio Five Live
that DJ was a 'Necrophiliac''.
Further corroborated in a 1990 Interview with 'Q' and 'Independent on Sunday'.

2012, 27th - ''Morrisson was a paedophile'' - ''An ex-Tory minister claims Sir Peter Morrison was implicated in the child abuse scandal
that engulfed children's homes in North Wales. Rod Richards, a former Tory MP, says he has seen evidence linking the former aide to
Baroness Thatcher to the scandal''. He also links a now dead 2nd leading Tory to Bryn Estyn and Bryn Alyn.

2012, 28th October - Gary Glitter aka Paul Gadd first person to be arrested in London, under strand of Yewtree 'Savile and Others'
for alleged sex offences. Bailed until mid - December.

2012, October - MET Police launch 'Operation Fairbank', secret scoping exercise into allegations of historic sexual abuse
in the 80's by politicians and VIP'S. Launched as a result of Tom Watson's claims in parliament, of the existence of a
“powerful paedophile network linked to Parliament and No 10''. Only to be publicly revealed on 12th December.

2012, 1st November - Freddie Starr becomes 2nd person arrested by Operation Yewtree. Claim that he tried to molest a
14-year-old girl in Savile’s BBC dressing room in the 1970's. He strenuously denies the allegation. Released on bail until mid -

2012, Nov 2nd - BBC airs 'Newsnight' programme during which Steve Messham DOES NOT name Alastair McAlpine as an abuser at
Bryn Estyn. He nonetheless apologises, on the 9th, saying he got the name wrong, as does the BBC, which is now in turmoil.
George Entwistle resigns on the 10th, BBC pays £185 000 plus costs to the BBC and £125 000 from ITV for their This Morning
programme. McAlpine goes on to sue Sally Bercow and threatens to sue Twitter users. (Shades of Boothby).The importance of free
speech never clearer, nor more attemptedly suppressed. Plus just whose picture Messham was in fact shown by police is never probed...or
mentioned again. John Whittingdale, half brother of paedophile Charles Napier earlier criticised Entwistle for 'extraordinary lack
of curiosity', and said of Savile and Newsnight "Both these incidents reflect a clear failure of management within the BBC."

2012, November 11th - Wilfred De'ath arrested in Cambridgeshire under Operation Yewtree as an actress alleges he sexually assaulted
her in 1965. He denies any wrongdoing.

2012, November 11th - ''Charles Napier could provide vital evidence for police investigating a child abuse scandal
spanning three decades''..''Abuse scandals probe widens: The man who may hold key to UK's biggest paedophile network ever''.
Napier is living in Dorset, known as a respected retired languages teacher, a playwright and theatre director. Sordid
past of last 3 decades hidden. A key witness. Links to parliament.....again, being the half brother of John Whittingdale MP.

2012, November 15th - Dave Lee Travis, 4th person to be arrested, in Bedfordshire. He was later released on bail. The
Alegations allegedly unrelated to Savile, and Travis said his arrest had been on matters not linked to children.

2012, November - unnamed man in his 80's questioned by MET Police and his Berkshire house is searched, but not arrested.
Reports later emerge Rolf Harris was questioned in November but was not named until April 19th.

2012, 21 November - Exposure Update: The Jimmy Savile Investigation, was shown on ITV.

2012, November 29th - Leveson report published along with a 48-page executive summary. Leveson found that the existing Press Complaints Commission is not sufficient, and controversially recommends a new independent body, which would have a range of
sanctions available to it, including fines and direction of the prominence of apologies and corrections. Many see the move as statutory
regulation of the press. Lord Hunt, the current chair of the PCC, says the new regulator should be set up by summer 2013.

2012, November 29th - Rolf Harris interviewed under caution for Operation Yewtree on suspicion of sex offences.
Police raided Berkshire home on November 24th but not at home. Offences 'not linked to Savile'.

2012, December 5th - Stuart Hall arrested. Charged with three historic counts of indecent assault, involving a 16- or 17-year-old
girl in 1974, a 9-year-old girl in 1983, and a 13-year-old girl in 1984. A statement from his solicitor says: “Stuart Hall is
innocent of these charges.'' He invokes Leveson and criticises press for naming him. Lancashire Police say naming Stuart Hall saw
more victims come forward.

2012, 6 December - Max Clifford arrested under Operation Yewtree on suspicion sexual offences that date back 40 years.
The fifth person to be arrested and the sixth person to be quizzed under Yewtree. ''Not linked to presenter Savile''. Rebailed
on 17th December to a date in February pending further enquiries.

2012, 11 December - MET police state investigation into abuse by Savile complete. Report being prepared for early 2013.
Op had involved 30 officers and cost c. £2 million. Allegations cross 7 police force areas. Some controversy because victims
still coming forward.

2013, January 2nd - Jim Davidson one of 2 men arrested by Operation Yewtree under suspicion of sex offences
against women, not linked to Savile. The second is a 53yr old arrested in Hampshire. Davidson denies the allegations.

2013, 9th January - Documents from NAYPIC worker Mary Moss which were photographed and put online taken
under warrant by police working on Operation Fernbridge. Transcripts attached to linked site.

2013, January - Yewtree report ''Giving Victims a Voice'' published. 'Most frequent offending between 1966 and 1976',
'total of 450 victims, 328 children'. Revealed a police intelligence file also linked the notorious ­paedophile to a child
sex ring in 1964 but it was overlooked until last year. A male victim, furthermore, told police he had been raped in 1963,
but was told to ''forget about it''. Also a letter to Scotland Yard in 1998 claiming the TV star was a child abuser was kept
secret because of his celebrity status. Drusilla Sharpling said: “There is a distinct possibility that such failures could be

2013, 17th January - MET Police launch Operation Fernbridge, a full investigation into allegations that
politicians were members of a paedophile ring which abused children in care in the 1980's. Centres on the alleged
historic sexual abuse of children at Elm Guest House, in Rocks Lane, a suburban street in Barnes, south-west London,
and Grafton Close Children's Home, Richmond. Follows on from Operation Fairbank, a scoping exercise launched in October
as a result of Tom Watson's claims in Parliament. It is being run by the Specialist Crimes and Operations Directorate,
and led by the Child Abuse Investigation Command. We later discover 7 officers are working on the case.

2013, 26 Jan - Detectives raid Harry Kasir's home.''Detectives believe former guest house owner may hold vital clues to
help them uncover a network of paedophiles with links to politics, showbiz and royalty''. They attempt to recover evidence
and though not arrested, Harry is likely to be talked to again as officers build their case.

2013, January 27th - Cyril Smith named in Barnes abuse case. It is claimed that the late MP attended parties at a London guest
house where boys from a local care home were regularly assaulted.

2013 - Feb 2nd - ''Timebomb at Elm Guest House''. Could this be the biggest Establishment cover - up yet?.
''Pop stars, a bishop and a top politician appear on a list seized by police investigating child abuse at the London hotel in the 1980s.''

2013, Feb 2nd - First victim, ''Dave'', of Elm Guest House paedophile abuse speaks out. ''They forced us to wear
fairy costumes, got us drunk on cider, then the abuse started''.

2013 - 6th Feb - John Stingemore, 70, St leonards on Sea East Sussex, and Tony McSweeney, 66 a Roman CatholicPriest
from Norfolk arrested by MET police under OP Fernbridge and questioned at Belgravia station in relation to Elm Guest
House abuse allegations.

2013, Feb 16th - Haroon Kasir ''Boy Brothel Boss'' allegedly preparing to leave Britain. He has applied for a resident's
visa and is preparing to meet his 40-year-old son who already lives in the state of Connecticut. He already has both UK
and Pakistani passports. Raises some puzzling questions if permitted.

2013, 16th Feb - Savile linked to Elm Guest House: ''Met detectives told of Jimmy Savile's link to Elm Guest House.
Haroon Kasir (owner) boasted of friendship with Jimmy Savile, and 'was odd after star's death''.

2013, Feb 24th - ''Bosses at Richmond Council failed to investigate a VIP child abuse ring despite senior figures being
warned about abuse''; so says former member of staff, Mr Terry Earland, former head of Children's Services.
Coincidentally, he is also named on the Guesthouse documents. He says he recalls at least two occasions he referred
complaints of sexual abuse from children to police and colleagues at the council. ''Sparks fears of a high-level cover-up
involving council officials and other senior figures''.

2013, Feb - Stuart Hall charged with further counts of historic child sex abuse and a rape. He says;“May I just say these
allegations are pernicious, callous, cruel and above all spurious.'' Stark turnaround to later admission of guilt.

March - MET police launch secret enquiry, Op Torva, into allegations of sexual abuse at Catholic Schools that date back as far as
the 1950's. 30 former pupils from schools run by the Salesians of Don Bosco order have come forward but the investigation
will also focus on Roman Catholic Schools. Battersea, again is a particular focus, which closed in 2011. See also May 2011.

2013, March 20th - Jim Davidson arrested for second time (first in January) under Operation Yewtree 'others' strand
about new allegations of sexual offences claims by several women dating back 20 years, and one 35 years. All were
adults and he denies the allegations.

2013 - March 25th - Wilfred De'ath, former BBC producer, released without charge after being arrested as part of the
investigation under Operation Yewtree. Blames a ''different culture'' back then for reason for not ''grassing him up'' and
failing to report Savile for spending the night with a girl as young as 10.
2013 March 28th - Rolf Harris arrested under Yewtree, 2 days before 83rd birthday. Falls under strand termed 'others'.
Rolf vehemently denies claims. Bailed until May.

2013, March 30th - Dave Lee Travis re - arrested on suspicion of further sexual offences.

2013, April (reported 6th and 7th) - Scotland Yard Commander Peter Spindler dramatically quits in the middle of the high-profile
investigation into Jimmy Savile and other celebrities. Decision surprises insiders who expected Spindler to see Operation Yewtree
through to finish. He instead begins two-year secondment to the police watchdog Her Majesty’s Inspectorate of Constabulary.
Det Chief Supt Hamish Campbell who led the Jill Dando murder inquiry, is temporarily put in charge of Yewtree.
(Comes 6 weeks after alleged imminent arrest of prominent former Tory cabinet minister suspected of being part of a VIP ­paedophile
ring that was regularly handed boys by child rapist and killer Sidney Cooke for vile sex orgies.)

2013, April, 16th - Hall turns around and pleads guilty to 14 charges of indecent assault involving 13 girls aged between 9 and 17.
Two of the offences related to indecent penetration, and all but four of the offences took place between 1972 and 1982, during the
time Hall was at the height of his fame with It's a Knockout. In May Stuart Hall's lawyers say in a sudden turn around the star
“sincerely regrets his actions”.

2013, 25th April - Freddie Starr arrested for second time under Operation Yewtree over further allegations of sexual
offences. Bailed until June.

2013, 26th April - Max Clifford charged with 11 indecent assaults against girls and young women between
1965 and 1985.

2013, April 26th - Jimmy Tarbuck, OBE, 73, arrested by North Yorkshire Police in Kingston Upon Thames for questioning in relation
to an incident that occurred in the late 1970s when the victim was a young boy. Released on bail pending further enquiries.
Not part of Operation Yewtree but information passed on by Met police officers working on Operation Yewtree. Again, name not
made public until 6th May by media, when questioned.

2013,April 29th - 'Fighting Back', the 1st phase report from Operation Pallial is released. It is claimed that significant new findings have
emerged but denies that there was evidence of a paedophile ring operating from north Wales care homes. The investigation is now moving
to phase 2 where named offenders will be interviewed and brought to justice. Pallial said that the "key to the prioritisation process for
sequencing future action will be an assessment of the level of risk to the public."

2013, May 14th - Jim Davidson interviewed under caution (not re - arrested) by Operation Yewtree officers over
claim he sexually assaulted a woman in the Falkland Islands in the 1980's.

2013, May 22nd - Public message from source of Tom Watson's PMQ: ''Does the British government have a formal policy to protect

2013, 23rd May - Rolf Harris bailed again until August (previously until May).

2013, May 24th - Spectator reports Warwick Spinks is free and has allegedly been sighted back in Prague.

2013, May 24th - recent reports of James Chalkley and his twin brother George being found dead in their flat in Fuengirola, Spain with
plastic bags on their heads and their mouths taped over. Ruling of 'suicide' despite the strange circumstances. James Chalkley
was an Eastenders actor connected to the Harry Jeffries, Peter Howells, John Peters and Warwick Spinks international paedophile ring talked about in this documentary, and much of which is covered in the Nick Davies article. He moved to Amsterdam when he 'retired' in 1997 from his Stepney flat and was residing in Spain 13 years before his death.

2013, June 3rd- Chris Denning arrested under Operation Yewtree.

2013, June 7th - (reported 13th) Robert oliver of Sidney Cooke paedophile ring arrested for breaching a Sexual Offences Prevention Order
imposed two years ago barring him from allowing children into his home. Vigilant dad reports him after viewing Sun article
revealing identity. Not on sex offenders register as sentence pre dates it.
Oliver pleaded guilty on the 12th to two breaches and Maidstone magistrates remanded him in custody until he is sentenced
at crown court. Previously spotted by Sun ogling children in shopping mall 4 yrs previously. Had been living under the name
Karl Curtis. Case highlights importance of Sarah's Law.
Read more: http://www.thesun.co.uk/sol/homepage...#ixzz2W5ZJh8uj

2013, June 10th - Leah McGrath Goodman, previously banned US author and Investigative Journalist, who was investigating the
decades of child abuse atrocities on the island, returns to Jersey after having her VISA restored following online campaigns and

2013, 14th June - ''SAVILE COP IN BIG BROTHER HOUSE''. Gay former Detective Constable Dan Neal, who lives in East London, one
of 30 officers working on Operation Yewtree, enters the Big Brother House. Before Yewtree ''he specialised in child abuse,
dealing wholly with physical and sexual abuse by family members.'' He remarked ''I’m blaming the Government for me going into
Big Brother''.


present day

Savile was an opportunistic 'lone wolf' apparently who escaped Royal Protection vetiing, despite everyone else knowing
what and who he was. Everyone seemingly 'lone wolves'.

Nobody seems to know where the Dickens the Dickens dossier went, or why leon Brittan didnt act then and cant remember now.

Police reveal scale of Elm Guest House investigation into alleged paedophile ring

Chronological List of Elm Guest House and Richmond Press Cuttings compiled by Murun from http://spotlightonabuse.wordpress.com/ and Needleblog.

Richmond Council fail to respond positively with FOI requests.

Former Tory Cabinet Minister about to be arrested.....in February (16th). (Oh wait, but that was when Spindler was
still in the job - he 'resigned' and got moved on).

Sydney Cooke allegedly handed boys to a former minister suspected of being part of a VIP ­ paedophile ring for
vile sex orgies.

Sydney Cooke in Wakefield prison.

Warwick Spinks dangerous sadistic paedophile allegedly out of prison after paltry sentence. Back in Prague apparently.

To come:-

2013, Summer - Lord Hunt, the current chair of the PCC, says new press regulator should be set up by this time.

2014, January - Bill Roache will face trial over alleged sex attacks on five girls as young as 11. Charged with two counts of raping a 15-year-old girl in 1967 and also faces fresh charges of five indecent assaults against four girls aged 11-16 in 1965 and 1968.

2014, March 4th - Max Clifford to go on trial for alleged sex offences.
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DISCO - found this timeline re WALES- maybe could also be helpful?

Sorry to add to burden of data!!!

Spanning the decades: The timeline

1980s: Deputy head of Gwynedd County Council's children's assessment centre Alison Taylor became concerned at abuse she had witnessed or heard reported and began documenting the allegations.

1986: Taylor reported her concerns to North Wales Police.

1987: Taylor was suspended by the Gwynedd local authority, which offered her a financial termination agreement on condition that she sign a confidentiality agreement. She refused.

1989: Taylor reached an out-of-court settlement with her employer and went to the press with a number of serious allegations of physical and sexual abuse in a number of north Wales care homes spanning two decades involving multiple victims and perpetrators.

1990: North Wales Police undertook an investigation into allegations at the Cartrefle home in Clwyd.

The head of the home, Stephen Norris, 63, pleaded guilty to sexual offences against boys in his care and was jailed for three-and-a-half years.

1991: Taylor submitted a dossier of allegations from over 100 young people to North Wales Police, the local authority and Welsh Office. Twenty-five people were arrested but released without charge.

1993: On the basis of Taylor's dossier, police obtained 2,600 witness statements and 300 cases were subsequently sent to the Crown Prosecution Service. Seven people were prosecuted.

1994: The deputy head of Bryn Estyn care home in Wrexham, Peter Howarth, was jailed for 10 years for abusing boys in his care.

Clwyd County Council, which owned the Bryn Estyn home, commissioned an inquiry by John Jillings, former director of social services with Derbyshire County Council.

The newly appointed North Wales Police chief constable refused to meet or help with access to police major-incident database.

The report stated that Muncipal Mutual, which insured the council, had suggested that Malcolm King, then chairman of social services committee, be sacked if he spoke out.

Clwyd Council suppressed the report due to a fear of libel actions from those named.

Jillings stated that allegations involving famous names and paedophile rings were beyond its remit and best addressed at a public inquiry.

1995: The head of Bryn Estyn, John Allen, was convicted of multiple offences against boys in his care and sentenced to six years' imprisonment.

1996: Then secretary of state for Wales William Hague ordered a tribunal of inquiry into allegations of child abuse at care homes in Clwyd and Gwynedd between 1974 and 1990.

It sat for 203 days under Sir Ronald Waterhouse QC and heard from 250 witnesses, 200 additional statements, and in total heard from 650 people.

The final report contained 700 allegations of abuse involving 170 individuals. More than 80 people were named as perpetrators.

The findings were published in February 2000 as Lost In Care: The Waterhouse Report, which concluded that "widespread sexual abuse of boys occurred in children's residential establishments in Clwyd between 1974 and 1990."

The Waterhouse report cost an estimated £13 million.

David Cameron was a member of the home affairs select committee which considered the findings of Waterhouse.

2003: Following the coroner's report into the death of former Bryn Estyn clients, police launched a new investigation in which John Allen was cleared of a further 36 offences when a judge ruled that he would not receive a fair trial under EU human rights legislation.

2012: Cameron announces that Mrs Justice Macur would consider how the Waterhouse inquiry dealt with the original allegations, its conduct and remit, and establish any new allegations.

This was a new police investigation, independent of the North Wales Police force, under Operation Pallial.

Ann Clwyd MP called for the archive copy of the Jillings report to be published and said she had read the report in 1994.

2013: Fighting Back, the first phase report from Operation Pallial was released. It was claimed that significant new findings had emerged but denied that there was evidence of a paedophile ring operating from north Wales care homes.

The investigation is now moving to phase two where named offenders will be interviewed and brought to justice.

Pallial said that the "key to the prioritisation process for sequencing future action will be an assessment of the level of risk to the public."


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Jillings Report


North Wales child abuse scandal

The North Wales child abuse scandal was the subject of a three-year, £13 million investigation into the physical and 
sexual abuse of children in care homes in the counties of Clwyd and Gwynedd, in North Wales, including the Bryn Estyn children's home at Wrexham, between 1974 and 1990.[1] The report into the scandal, headed by retired High Court judge Sir Ronald Waterhouse QC, which was published in 2000, resulted in changes in policy in England and Wales into how authorities deal with children in care, and to the settling of 140 compensation claims on behalf of victims of abuse.
In November 2012, new allegations led to the Prime MinisterDavid Cameron, announcing that a senior independent figure, later named as Mrs Justice Julia Macur, would examine the conduct and remit of the Waterhouse Inquiry. In addition, the Home SecretaryTheresa May, announced a new police inquiry into how the original allegations were dealt with, as well as an investigation of any new allegations. The broadcasting of false allegations on Newsnight on 2 November led to the resignation of the Director-General of the BBC,George Entwistle, eight days later.
The report of phase one of the police investigation, Operation Pallial, was published on 29 April 2013. It set out a total of 140 allegations of abuse at 18 children's homes in north Wales between 1963 and 1992.


In common with local government practice at the time, the two major councils in North Wales - Clwyd and Gwynedd - had a series of council-owned alongside privately owned and operated children's homes. These provided residential care for children in line with the guidelines provided by both the Welsh Office and the UK Government. Homes and facilities in the region included:[2][not in citation given]

  • Clwyd
    • Council owned: Bryn Estyn; Cartrefle; Little Acton Assessment Centre; Bersham Hall; Chevet Hey; Park House; Upper Downing; South Meadow; Ysgol Talfryn
    • Privately owned: Bryn Alyn; Ystrad Hall School; Clwyd Hall School; Gatewen Hall; Tanllwyfan
  • Gwynedd
    • Council owned: Queens Park ; Ty'r Felin; Ty Newydd; Cartref Bontnewydd
    • Privately owned: Do'l Rhyd School and Ysgol Hengwrt
  • NHS facilities: Gwynfa Residential Unit (Psychiatric hospital for children)

[*]Initial reports of abuse

From 1974 to 1990, a series of incidents of child abuse occurred within the North Wales children's homes. Initial reports which did not appear in public included:[2][not in citation given]

  • 1979: Internal investigation of reports (against Gary Cooke and Graham Stephens) in 1979.
  • September 1986: Residents of Ysgol Hengwrt, to the council. These reports eventually were raised to the Welsh Office's attention
  • 1988: The then Spastics Society against the care regime of Hengwrt Hall, to the council

[*]Alison Taylor: allegations, dismissal and publication

In the mid-1980s Alison Taylor, a residential care worker and then manager of a children's home in Gwynedd, began hearing stories from children coming to her home from across Clwyd and Gwynedd about a series of child sexual and abuse incidents in various care homes. On investigation, she found that several reports of these incidents had been made by both care and social workers, but that no procedural or disciplinary action had so far been taken as a result.[2][not in citation given]
Creating a file around cases involving six children,[3] Taylor made a series of allegations against senior social care professionals working for the authority[2] which she raised with her superiors at the council, but again no action was taken. Taylor then reported her allegations to North Wales Police in 1986. The council suspended Taylor in January 1987,[3] alleging that there had been a "breakdown in communications" between Taylor and her colleagues.[2][not in citation given]
On two subsequent occasions, the council offered Taylor a financial termination agreement, subject to her signing a confidentiality agreement. After refusing to sign the confidentiality agreement, Taylor was dismissed. With the help of her trade union, Taylor took the council to an industrial tribunal, which was quickly closed after the parties came to an out of court financial settlement. In September 1989, Taylor accepted the agreement, which did not included an associated confidentiality agreement.[2][not in citation given]
At the later Inquiry, Sir Ronald Waterhouse publicly vindicated Taylor.[2] He stated that without Taylor's campaigning, there would have been no inquiry.[2] Taylor was awarded a Pride of Britain award in 2000,[4] and since 1996 has worked as a novelist.[5]
Initial public investigations

After agreement had been reached with the council, Taylor went to the local, Welsh and UK national media with her allegations. In these reports, Taylor made further allegations about Bryn Estyn care home in Wrexham, which had been run until its closure in 1984 by Clwyd County Council.[2][not in citation given]
In 1990, an investigation was undertaken by Detective Inspector Cronin of North Wales Police into allegations of sexual abuse at Cartrefle. Later reports found that Cronin undertook a thorough investigation to the best of his abilities, but that the investigation was restricted by a lack of co-operation by Children's Services and Social Services. Cronin's report, which found insufficient evidence to undertake a successful prosecution, was subsequently submitted to the council and became known as the Cartrefle Report.[2][not in citation given]
Taylor continued her media campaign, discovering that more than ten reports of child abuse had been made to both councils before she had raised her concerns. Approached by other former and current residents and care workers with additional allegations, in 1991 Taylor compiled a dossier of allegations from over 100 young people,[2][not in citation given] from which she took evidence from 75 cases which she submitted to North Wales Police,[3] and copied to the council and Welsh Office. Only the police took any action, but were again not given co-operation by the council's social services team.[2][3]
Wider UK concerns about children in residential care led to the commissioning of 10 public enquiries between 1990 and 1996, including the Utting Report (1991) and the Warner Report (1992), which exposed large-scale institutional abuse of children and young people. As a result, prompted by the Welsh Office and with the support of local politicians, the newly appointed Director of Social Services in Clwyd found several instances of previous allegations uncovered by previous council investigations, which had either not been properly investigated or where reports calling for action had been ignored.[6][7]
The wider matter of child sexual abuse was then referred jointly by both councils to North Wales Police who undertook an inquiry in 1993, taking some 2,600 witness statements,[8] and 300 cases were subsequently sent to the Crown Prosecution Service.[9] As a result, seven people were prosecuted and convicted. Six residential social workers were prosecuted for abuse, three of whom had worked at Bryn Estyn. The former deputy head of Bryn Estyn, Peter Howarth, was jailed for 10 years in 1994 for sexually abusing teenage boys;[10] he died in 1997.[11]
Jillings Report

There were then allegations that members of the police force had themselves colluded in covering up allegations. In March 1994 Clwyd County Council commissioned a further inquiry, the Jillings Report, undertaken by a panel headed by John Jillings,[12] a former director of social services with Derbyshire County Council.[13] The panel of Jillings, Professor Jane Tunstall and Gerrilyn Smith met with considerable opposition:[9]

  • The then newly appointed North Wales chief constable refused to meet them or help with access to the police major-incident database.[9] This resulted in the need to collect 70 duplicate and additional witness statements, obtained by local councillors and MPs, who included Ann Clwyd the MP for Cynon Valley since 1984.[14]
  • 130 boxes of material handed over by the council to the police were not made available to the panel.[9]
  • The council did not allow the inquiry to place a notice in the local press seeking information. "This was considered to be unacceptable to the insurers", says the final report.[9]

[*]The Jillings Report stated that allegations involving famous names and paedophile rings were beyond its remit, and something best addressed at a potential later public inquiry.[15] It found a child care system in which physical and sexual violence were common, from beatings and bullying, to indecent assault and rape.[9] Children who complained of abuse were not believed, or were punished for making false allegations.[9] The report stated that the number of children who were abused is not clear, but estimates range up to 200; in the early 1990s, around 150 had sought compensation.[9] At least 12 former residents were found to have died from unnatural causes.[15] The report states that some staff linked to abuse may have been allowed to resign or retire early.[9] The report concludes that its panel members had considered quitting before publication, due to: "...the considerable constraints placed upon us."[9] The final report's appendices included limited copies of the key witness statements taken by North Wales Police during their earlier investigation.[8]
The final report was not published because of concerns over libel, and legal advice and concerns from the council's insurers, Municipal Mutual Insurance, which warned that the report would encourage court cases and compensation claims.[6][7] The report also states that Municipal Mutual suggested that the then chair of the council's social services committee, Malcolm King, be sacked if he spoke out.[9]In November 2012, King commented:[9]

Because it was suppressed, the lessons of the Jillings report were not learned. It was the exchange of financial safety for the safety of real people. It was one of the most shameful parts of recent history.

It was assumed until November 2012 that all publicly held copies of the Jillings Report had been destroyed, and hence it could not be published. In light of the re-emergence of the scandal that month, one of the few legally held remaining copies was sent to theChildren's Commissioner for WalesKeith Towler.[9]
In November 2012, Anne Clwyd MP called for the legal archive copy of the report to be published, claiming that she was shown a copy in 1994: "I would say please get the Jillings report published because it shows... rapebestiality, violent assaults and torture, and the effects on those young boys at that time cannot be under-estimated." BBC Wales subsequently spoke to Jillings about Ms Clwyd's claim of bestiality, but Jillings said his report did not unearth any such claims.[14] Jillings also commented that public figures were not among names given by victims, and that: "The people the investigation focussed on, because these were the people that the children spoke to us about, were staff members."[16] Jillings commented to other media:[9]


What we found was horrific and on a significant scale. If the events in children's homes in North Wales were to be translated into a film, Oliver Twist would seem relatively benign. The scale of what happened, and how it was allowed, are a disgrace, and stain on the history of child care in this country.


In November 2012 Flintshire County Council uncovered a copy of the Jillings Report in their archive. The six north Wales councils are now taking legal advice about whether it can be made available under Freedom of Information legislation.[8][17]
The Waterhouse Inquiry

In 1996, the then Secretary of State for WalesWilliam Hague, ordered a Tribunal of Inquiry into allegations of hundreds of cases of child abuse in care homes in former county council areas of Clwyd and Gwynedd between 1974 and 1990. Sir Ronald Waterhouse QC, a retired High Court judge, was appointed to head the inquiry.[10]
The inquiry began in January 1997. The tribunal sat for 203 days, and heard evidence directly from 250 witnesses, attracted 200 additional personal statements, and in total heard from more than 650 people.[18] Of the 260 witnesses that the inquiry, nearly half subsequently needed counselling for psychiatric help after giving evidence, paid for by the inquiry.[19] The inquiry finished taking evidence in May 1998, with Waterhouse expecting to submit his report to the Welsh Secretary within 6 to 8 months.[20] However, the volume of evidence taken and the serious of allegations within, led to a 12-month delay in publication of the report to the Welsh Secretary until October 1999.[20] The final report ran to over 500,000 words, and contained 700 allegations of abuse involving 170 individuals.[20] More than 80 people, many of whom were care staff or teachers, were named as child abusers in statements to the inquiry. Costing more than £12M, it was stated to be: "the biggest investigation ever held in Britain into allegations of physical, sexual and emotional abuse of children who passed through the care system."[10]
The findings were published in February 2000, as Lost In Care - The Waterhouse Report.[21][22] The report concluded that there was:"Widespread sexual abuse of boys occurred in children's residential establishments in Clwyd between 1974 and 1990. There were some incidents of sexual abuse of girl residents in these establishments but they were comparatively rare."[2] As well as physical abuse and the unacceptable use of force,[11] there was "widespread sexual abuse, including buggery."[2] The public version of the report named and criticised almost 200 people, for either abusing children or failing to offer them sufficient protection. Although it identified 28 alleged perpetrators,[23] many names were redacted due to either pending prosecutions or lack of evidence.[2] The report stated:[11]


The evidence before us has disclosed that for many children who were consigned to Bryn Estyn, in the 10 or so years of its existence as a community home, it was a form of purgatory or worse from which they emerged more damaged than when they had entered and for whom the future had become even more bleak.


The report found no evidence "to establish that there was a wide-ranging conspiracy involving prominent persons and others with the objective of sexual activity with children in care",[11] but did recognise the existence of a paedophile ring in the Wrexham and Chesterarea.[11][18][21]
The Inquiry made 72 recommendations for changes,[2] constituting a massive overhaul of the way in which children in care are dealt with by local councils, social services and the police.[1][10]
After the report was published, a window opened to allow victims to claim for compensation. On top of cases which had previously been handled and closed directly by both councils, additional cases were handled by lead solicitors Nelsons of Nottingham.[24] In total, 140 compensation claims were settled on behalf of victims by the time that the claim window closed in July 1999.[24] Further, a Children's Commissioner for Wales was appointed as a result of one of the reports recommendations.[10]
In a subsequent statement to the House of Commons, the Welsh Secretary Paul Murphy stated: "It is a tragedy that such treatment should have been meted out to children in care." Murphy said there was no evidence of a high-level paedophile conspiracy, but that a paedophile ring around Cheshire and Wrexham had preyed on young people in care in the 1970s and 1980s.[22]
The Secret of Bryn Estyn: The Making of a Modern Witch Hunt [edit]

In 2005, the cultural historian Richard Webster published a book, The Secret of Bryn Estyn: The Making of a Modern Witch Hunt, which investigated the scandal. It was highly critical of the Waterhouse Inquiry, argued that abuse scandals could be phenomena created by public hysteria,[25] and reported a number of cases of apparently innocent care workers imprisoned as a consequence of false and unsubstantiated accusations elicited by police trawling operations. Webster also questioned whether some of those claiming abuse had been motivated by the prospect of financial reward.[21] Wrexham Council refused permission for a conference, arranged by Falsely Accused Carers and Teachers (F.A.C.T.), a support group, to be held at Bryn Estyn – now renamed the Erlas Centre – in 2005; Webster was to have been the main speaker.[26]
Further allegations and investigations in 2012 [edit]

On 2 November 2012, following the revelations in the Jimmy Savile sexual abuse scandal, the BBC current affairs programme Newsnightaired an item about the scandal in which one of those who had suffered abuse in the 1980s, Steve Messham, made further allegations that there had been a much wider circle of abusers, including businessmen, members of the police and senior politicians, extending beyond the immediate area to London and beyond.[27] He called for a further investigation to be carried out.[18] The Children's Commissioner for Wales, Keith Towler, supported the call for an inquiry, stating that the remit of the Waterhouse Inquiry had been too narrow.[28]
On 5 November 2012 the Prime MinisterDavid Cameron, said that any new allegations of abuse would be investigated, and announced that a "senior independent figure", later named as Mrs Justice Julia Macur,[29] would be appointed to look urgently into the terms of the original inquiry and whether it was properly constituted.[23] Tom Watson MP called for a wider ranging inquiry, and referred to allegations of abuse by a former Cabinet minister.[30] The Home SecretaryTheresa May, said that "... we should look to make sure that the work that was done in relation to the Waterhouse inquiry did cover everything that it needed to cover." She announced on 6 November that Keith Bristow, the head of the National Crime Agency, would lead an investigation into how old claims of abuse were handled, and at fresh allegations. The investigation would involve the Serious Organised Crime Agency (SOCA) and the Child Exploitation and Online Protection Centre (CEOP), and would report by April 2013.[29] The investigation was subsequently known as Operation Pallial.[31]
The Shadow Home SecretaryYvette Cooper, called for a single, overarching public inquiry to be held in order to examine all the recent allegations of child abuse, including those relating to the Jimmy Savile scandal,[32] a call which was supported by former minister Tim Loughton and by the National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children.[33] On 7 November, Ann Clwyd MP called for the 1994 Jillings report to be published.[34]
On 6 November, Channel 4 News reported that Sir Peter Morrison, a former aide to Margaret Thatcher and MP for Chester, who died in 1995, had been 'seen' driving a boy away from the Bryn Estyn home.[35] The Conservative Party said that they were investigating the claims.[29] The Guardian reported that references made to the alleged involvement of another prominent Conservative politician may have been the result of confusion over the identities of two people sharing the same surname.[36] Lord McAlpine subsequently released a statement denying the allegations and describing them as 'seriously defamatory'. A week after the Newsnight programme, on 9 November, the BBC apologised "unreservedly" for its broadcast, after Steve Messham apologised for the mistaken identity.[37] TheDirector-General of the BBCGeorge Entwistle, stated that he had been unaware of the content of the report before it was broadcast,[38]and after further criticism in the media resigned on 10 November.[39]
Operation Pallial [edit]

On 17 December 2012 it was reported that Operation Pallial had received information from 105 possible victims of abuse in North Wales care homes, across 22 police force areas across the UK and Ireland. The investigation involved 27 police officers and staff, mainly from forces in north west England, supported by SOCA. Senior investigating officer Detective Superintendent Ian Mulcahey of Merseyside Police said that "Operation Pallial is investigating new allegations of historic child abuse, some from victims previously known about and some from victims who have come forward for the first time. All victims of abuse have a right to expect all allegations of abuse, no matter how much time has passed, to be investigated professionally and appropriately. We will do so. Equally importantly, if offenders are still alive they must be identified, investigated and brought to justice, with those who still have access to children being prioritised." A report, to be submitted to the Chief Constable of North Wales Police and the Home Secretary, Theresa May, was being prepared for publication in April 2013.[31]
The report of Phase One of Operation Pallial was published on 29 April 2013. It set out a total of 140 allegations of abuse, involving girls and boys between the ages of 7 and 19, at 18 children's homes in north Wales between 1963 and 1992. During the inquiry, 76 new complainants came forward, and the police reported allegations against 84 individuals, of whom 16 had been named by more than one complainant. Some of those named were deceased. The Chief Constable of North Wales, Mark Polin, said: "Offenders quite rightly should have to look over their shoulders for the rest of their lives."[40]
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It took much personal time for someone to put that all together .... and it is "lost" within the 5.8 million posts of the old forum which cannot now be read!

The 'old' forum database does exist .... I know this!

But you are not allowed to read it!




There are only two root reasons I can think of .... and I have been considering all paths.

I like neither of the 2.

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It took much personal time for someone to put that all together .... and it is "lost" within the 5.8 million posts of the old forum which cannot now be read!

The 'old' forum database does exist .... I know this!

But you are not allowed to read it!


This is all quite horrifying reading.


But I am starting to become convinced that this furore over 'Muslim rape gangs' in the last few years is nothing more than a 'major distraction' - while appalling in itself.


Its a massive deflection - those that would like you to 'believe' that it is only Muslim men who are raping and abusing children in the UK, are the ones also carrying out such abuses themselves.

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Wikipedia deleted the mention of a special medal awarded by the State of Israel to Jimmy Savile days after he

was exposed publicly.  His Knighthood by the Queen and Papal Knighthood remain today on Wikipedia.

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2 hours ago, ink said:



It took much personal time for someone to put that all together .... and it is "lost" within the 5.8 million posts of the old forum which cannot now be read!

The 'old' forum database does exist .... I know this!

But you are not allowed to read it!




There are only two root reasons I can think of .... and I have been considering all paths.

I like neither of the 2.


Mega thanks and kudos, @ink, for rescuing all of this from the wreck of the old forum. As someone who spent time helping others to put much of this together during 2012-2015 (or so, the years blur together now), it is good to have such a key dossier of actual info (and not just conjecture or rumours) put back into the public domain.


This was always about more than Savile. But he seemed to be at the centre of most of it.

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Last night's documentary on Savile failed to mention the key point (will Coogan dare ignore it in the upcoming 'drama'? I think so). That Savile was a big buddy of the royals from the mid-60s (thanks to dodgy Louis Mountbatten). It also ignored the fact he was called out in the 70s by Johnny Rotten and others, yet continued to fraternise with the royals - and govt - until his death in 2011. The secret service would've been well aware of his misdemeanours, so why was he not only tolerated but given free rein (the copper on the show last night didn't inspire confidence)? The future king has more questions to answer than his grotesque brother:


Ignore the naivety of the reporter:




He was first introduced to the Royal Family, he reveals, by Lord Mountbatten. In 1966, Jimmy became the first civilian to be awarded a Royal Marines’ green beret. Mountbatten was comm­and­ant general at the time and realised that Savile could be a useful contact.

“Coming from Lord Louis, who was the favourite uncle of Prince Philip, that was quite something,” he says. “So obviously I hooked up with the Prince – what was good enough for Lord Louis was good enough for him.”


Some weird DJ was awarded the 1st civilian green beret? Nothing to see here, although for a final laugh:



After Savile’s death, his possessions were auctioned for charity.

Among items going under the hammer was his Royal Marines’ flying suit, bearing his name Jimmy Savile OBE, and a bottle of 15-year-old single Highland malt from the Officers’ Mess at the Royal Marines’ Commando Training Centre, Lympstone.


Such was Savile’s admiration of the marines, he was buried clutching his Green Beret, in his gold-painted coffin, which was angled overlooking the sea at Scarborough .😄


Anyone wanting more of this admittedly addictive nonsense:






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I'm mainly interested in Jimmy Savile because of his friends in high places.
This post is mostly about two friends of Savile, paedophile Knights of the Order of the Garter (the most powerful order in the world, chaired by British Queen Elizabeth II) - Louis Mountbatten and Ted Heath. Both have been mentioned in this thread, but most of this information isn't...


In the summer of 2019 the interesting book by Andrew Lownie, "The Mountbattens: their Lives & Loves", was published.

In August 1943, Lord Louis Mountbatten (who became a Knight of the Garter in 1946) was appointed Supreme Allied Commander of southeast Asia.
In 1944, the FBI interviewed Baroness Elizabeth de la Poer Beresford (Lady Decies), who said:
"She states that in these circles Lord Louis Mountbatten and his wife are considered persons of extremely low morals. 
She stated that Lord Louis Mountbatten was known to be a homosexual with a perversion for young boys."


According to Lady Decies, Mountbatten is unfit to direct any sort of military operations because of being a gay paedophile and that his wife Lady Mountbatten was “equally erratic”.

I couldn’t find the FBI files on which this is based...


Warden of Kincora Joseph Mains trafficked boys to Mountbatten´s Classiebawn Castle in Ireland. Two Kincora boys talked about being sexually abused by Mountbatten after Mains had sent them to him.
A third Kincora boy, Stephen Waring, died in November 1977 of a reported suicided a couple of months after he had been molested 4 times by Mountbatten at age 16.


Richard Kerr was sent on 2 trips to England with Steven Waring. Kerr has talked about what had happened to Waring.
For more on Richard Kerr and Donald Trump's mentor and friend of Chabad-Lubavitcher Ronald Lauder, Roy Cohn, in Venice: https://www.lawfulpath.com/forum/viewtopic.php?p=69108#p69108


Mountbatten’s chauffeur Ron Perks often drove him to the Red House gay brothel used by “senior naval officers” near Rabat in Malta.
One senior Garda officer told Village  that he had heard disturbing rumours about Mountbatten’s sexual activities.
Another Garda intelligence source says that when he was living in India, Mountbatten had a 14-year-old boy to satisfy his sexual appetite: http://archive.is/cMAJ6


Louis Francis Albert Victor Nicholas Mountbatten, 1st Earl Mountbatten of Burma (1900 – 1979) was an uncle of Prince Philip and second cousin once removed of Queen Elizabeth.
In June 1917, when the royal family stopped using their German names and adopted the more British-sounding "Windsor",  Prince Louis of Battenberg changed his name to Louis Mountbatten.


Mountbatten was the last viceroy of India in 1947.
He was a mentor to his grand-nephew, Crown Prince Charles.


Anthony Daly, who was once a rent boy, told in an interview about Tom Driberg, who referred to him as “Mountbottom”:
"Tom said Mountbatten had something of a fetish for uniforms — handsome young men in military uniforms (with high boots) and beautiful boys in school uniform.'": https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-7368429/Lord-Mountbatten-homosexual-perversion-young-boys-according-FBI-dossier.html


According Norman Nield, who worked for him as his chauffeur in 1942-43, Mountbatten used his power and position to abuse boys aged between 8 and 12. Lord Mountbatten asked him and Barbara Harris to bring two teenage girls with her to his home (but he didn´t have an appetite for the girls).
Harris spoke of the kinky antics of Mountbatten with boys dressed as girls.


There are also rumours of Mountbatten having an affair with his cousin Edward VIII, who was king of Britain for a couple of months in 1936.
See Edward and Mountbatten in a pool on the H.M.S. Renown during their 1920 Empire Tour.


Mountbatten’s older brother George was also a promiscuous bisexual who was married to another bisexual: Nadeja, Countess of Torby (a niece of Czar Nicholas II).
George Mountbatten owned a vast collection of pornography, including pictures of family orgies in which children were sexually abused, which involved bestiality: http://gayinfluence.blogspot.com/2011/09/lord-mountbatten.html



Jimmy Savile has told that he was first introduced to the Royal Family through his friend Lord Mountbatten in 1966.
Edward “Ted” Heath (Prime Minister from 1970-74) was also a good friend of Savile. Ted Heath became a Knight of the Garter in 1992.


Jimmy Savile´s nephew Guy Marsden said he and 3 friends, aged between 13 to 16, were taken to flats across London where "horrific, unbelievable" abuse took place.
Guy Marsden said his friend was only 14 when he was sexually abused by Ted Heath at at a party in London during the 1970s: https://www.irishmirror.ie/news/world-news/jimmy-saviles-nephew-claims-sir-6208663


Ted Heath was also a frequent visitor to the children's care home Haute de la Garrene on Jersey.

Since the cops started investigating Sir Heath, more than 30 people have come forward with accusations of sexual abuse by Heath.


Ted Heath was also a good friend of the cofounder of Bilderberg, Prince Bernhard of the Netherlands.
See Jimmy Savile sharing a laugh with his paedo buddy Heath at BBC rehearsals in 1980.

The police chief investigating found the claims that Sir Edward Heath was a paedophile “120 per cent” genuine. Wiltshire Chief Constable Mike Veale regards the allegations as “totally convincing”.
"It contains disturbing stuff. Investigators have been shocked by what they have learned."


Links to a convicted brothel keeper known as Madame Ling-Ling are reported.
Labour peer Baroness Castle found out that Heath offered young boys trips on his yacht. One man said Sir Heath picked him up hitchhiking in Kent in the 1960s when he was only 12 and lured him to his Mayfair flat.


Labour MP Tom Watson also said he had received allegations about Sir Heath, dating from the 1960s to 1990s: https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-4238188/Sir-Edward-Heath-paedophile-says-police-chief.html


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On 1/11/2022 at 1:10 AM, ConspiracyTruths.co.uk said:

I'm convinced that his connection to the Yorkshire ripper murders is more than just a coincidence.

Yes, me too. Thomas Sheridan talked about it in a video below. No doubt he was heavily involved, perhaps he may have even been the original Ripper with PS becoming the patsy later on? 



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Regarding Savile's notoriety while he was still alive,someone suggested on another site that (as well as Johnny Rotten,Frank Bruno and the circle around the unfortunate Jill Dando)the singer Morrisey knew too.


"Hang the DJ" becomes more relevant in hindsight.

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2 hours ago, Niknik said:

Regarding Savile's notoriety while he was still alive,someone suggested on another site that (as well as Johnny Rotten,Frank Bruno and the circle around the unfortunate Jill Dando)the singer Morrisey knew too.


"Hang the DJ" becomes more relevant in hindsight.


Yeah when it's pointed out that all the specific locations mentioned in the song, were the regular haunts of Savile, it's hard to deny that Morrissey knew the score. On the surface it seemed like just random places chosen as they scanned well for the song.

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Secret letters sent from Prince Charles to Jimmy Savile begging paedophile DJ to 'use his straightforward common sense' to help royals with PR and speechwriting spanning 20 years are revealed in bombshell Netflix documentary

Today in the Fail.


Here's the sentence which nulifies the whole article


‘He [Charles] was duped, like we all were,’ the Netflix documentary’s director Rowan Deacon told The Times, adding: 'The letters show the trust that Prince Charles put into Jimmy Savile. He was trying to appeal to the British people, trying to modernise. And he saw Jimmy Savile as his conduit to that. In hindsight, that was catastrophic.’     


This photo of Savile pointing his finger at Prince Charles is not unsimiliar to that of Sir Evelyn de Rothschild, cousin

of Jacob Rothschild. Are there any other people who dare to point their finger at the future Monarch?











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Harry Enfield or Paul Whitehouse said they didn't know about Savile when they made this 1992 comedy sketch about Savile

and the DJ Alan Freeman. Alan Freeman it is alleged was another paedophile and facilitator.


What I find odd is the comedy sketch includes a morgue, hinting at necrophilia? I don't know.


Mike Smash and Dave Nice were two fictional television characters who first appeared in the early 1990s TV sketch show Harry Enfield's Television Programme. They were played by comedians Paul Whitehouse and Harry Enfield respectively. They are parodies of a certain style of ageing celebrity BBC Radio 1 disc jockey who started out with the station in the 1960s and stayed there until the mid-1990s. The characters incorporated the personalities, character traits and lifestyles of several different real-life DJs. The characters reference such DJs as Tony Blackburn, Dave Lee Travis, Simon Bates, Alan Freeman, Mike Read, Peter Powell, Noel Edmonds and Jimmy Savile amongst others.





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As a young person I switched off from "Jim Will Fix It" because I had a gut feeling I didn't like him.


Yet all the Royals including Saint Diana embraced the paedophle as well as polticians, the Pope and Tel Aviv.


All the imagas are there for people to see, if you want to


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