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Old 07-08-2014, 11:06 AM   #221
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WESTMINSTER SEX SCANDAL
TOP POLITICIANS TO BE QUIZZED
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Old 07-08-2014, 11:07 AM   #222
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Major probe into child sex claims ‘will leave no stone unturned’
Daily Express 07-08-14, p5

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Old 07-08-2014, 11:54 AM   #223
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[FONT=Times New Roman][SIZE=3]Major probe into child sex claims ‘will leave no stone unturned’
Daily Express 07-08-14, p5
That inquiry looks great on paper, but it is so far reaching into so many organisations and will obviously meet much resistance and cover ups, that it could take years before a full report surfaces. Its a start, lets face it, they have no options but to do something.

It looks like a delay tactic to me, to give them time to draw the public's attention somewhere else.
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Old 08-08-2014, 09:50 AM   #224
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"No stone unturned" is a curiously familiar turn of phrase.
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Old 08-08-2014, 01:56 PM   #225
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"No stone unturned" is a curiously familiar turn of phrase.
How about a separate enquiry for each department and organisation.
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Old 09-08-2014, 03:20 PM   #226
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They are always using the term historic, never current.


MPs consider naming paedophile suspects in Parliament
Tim Loughton, former children's minister, says he is considering 'nuclear option' of naming members of alleged Westminster paedophile ring in Parliament
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Old 09-08-2014, 05:29 PM   #227
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High Level Government Pedophile To Be Exposed: Victim Speaks Out

In this video Luke Rudkowski talks to Brian Clare at the Children Screaming To Be Heard event in London England. Brian is one of many victims of child sex abuse in England and details his story of what he had to go through. Brian currently has a criminal court case against a high level British elite who is responsible for the child sex abuse.
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Old 09-08-2014, 06:00 PM   #228
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BBC held a probe into ‘exploited’ 1970s girls
‘Cabinet minister in sezied child porn
Sunday Express 02-23-14, p18


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BBC held a probe into ‘exploited’ 1970s girls
‘Cabinet minister in sezied child porn
Sunday Express 02-23-14, p19
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Old 09-08-2014, 06:14 PM   #230
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Thatcher regret
Daily Star 03-26-12, p2


PAEDO BAN BID
The Sun 09-13-12, p6


PAEDOS SET TO ‘QUIT’ REGISTER
The Sun 09-01-12, p2

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Old 10-08-2014, 12:57 PM   #231
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Top Conservative MP 'revealed secrets of Bloody Sunday to Northern Irish rent boy'
Aug 10, 2014 00:00By Nick Owens


The Northern Ireland lad, now 59, claims the top Tory told him of bombshell top-level decisions that led to the 1972 Bloody Sunday massacre



Sir Michael Havers, seen here in 1965, is accused of leaking Bloody Sunday information


Former Attorney General Sir Michael Havers is today accused of passing on state secrets to a rent boy in the aftermath of a sordid sex party in Westminster.

The Northern Ireland lad, now 59, claims the top Tory told him of bombshell top-level decisions that led to the 1972 Bloody Sunday massacre.

He says Havers “squeezed” him as he told him of private ­discussions that made clear what Prime Minister Ted Heath thought about the Derry ­shootings in which 14 people died.

The former rent boy , who was then 20, said he listened in awe as Havers began spilling secrets to him just three years after the massacre following one of the debauched parties now at the centre of the Westminster MPs sex scandal.

Now a dad of four living back in Derry, he revealed: “When Sir Michael learned I left Ireland for London in the ­aftermath of the Bloody Sunday massacre to build a new life he was fascinated.

“And when he found out I was from Derry he was even more intrigued and started to tell me information about what went on that day and passed on details of private conversations.

“Even then, as a young man, I could not believe someone like him would disclose details like that in such an environment. Looking back, his behaviour really was extraordinary.”

The rent boy, who we are calling David, says Havers told him how he held secret conversations with Lord John Widgery, the then Lord Chief Justice of England.

Havers reportedly leaked Prime Minister Ted Heath's opinions on the Derry shootings

It was Widgery who conducted the original – and now ­discredited – inquiry into the killings that took place during a protest march against internment.

“Sir Michael said Lord Widgery had told him that the Prime Minister blamed the Army for what happened,” said David.

“He said Heath had been persuaded by commanders on the ground in Derry that soldiers should be ‘sent in hard’ on the day of the march.

“The plan, Sir Michael told me, was to give ‘Derry a bloody nose, not a Bloody Sunday’. Sir Michael said Mr Heath had ‘reluctantly agreed to the plan’ and deeply regretted it.

“Sir Michael then just shrugged and said Lord Widgery had put the matter to bed. He then gave me a squeeze and said: ‘Sorry old boy’.”

Havers was to become a hate figure in the eyes of the IRA. They bombed his house in 1981 in revenge for him ­prosecuting the Guildford Four
and the Maguire Seven.

Now these new allegations about the Attorney General, who died in 1995, raise fresh questions about his conduct during his time in office.

Havers was also Attorney General at the height of alleged sexual abuse scandal in the 1980s. And he is believed to have tried to stop Tory MP Geoffrey Dickens using ­parliamentary privilege to name diplomat Sir Peter Hayman as a paedophile.


A demonstrator is placed on a stretcher after the Bloody Sunday massacre


Havers was accused of a “whitewash” after failing to ­prosecute Sir Peter, a member of the notorious Paedophile Information Exchange.

Havers’ sister Baroness Butler-Sloss was ­originally selected to head up the new ­government inquiry into the ­Westminster abuse claims, but has now stepped down. In a ­statement she said she “did not sufficiently consider” whether her family links would cause difficulties in the inquiry.

David, now an office worker, disclosed claims about Havers after telling the Sunday Mirror of his alleged ordeal within one Westminster sex ring.

He claimed that he arrived in England 40 years ago only to be blackmailed into sleeping with a number of senior Tories.

He is now planning to submit a statement to the inquiry and has met Labour MP Tom Watson who is campaigning on behalf of victims.

Source: http://www.mirror.co.uk/news/uk-news...ecrets-4030872

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Old 10-08-2014, 05:20 PM   #232
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This story on the Headlines page today is interesting. Could open a massive can of worms! I know who ***** ****** is!

From David on todays Headlines page:

I have been given a copy of what appears to be a Southampton police report from 2004 concerning an establishment figure on the Isle of Wight and I would like to know why this case was not proceeded with given the evidence.
I have left out the names – for now – but I, along with many others who have seen this, would like an answer to the question.
The report says:
‘01/10/04 Request for joint visit from [a police constable] at the Central Referral Unit, Netley. Surrey Police informed us of a message found on a mobile phone, found in Surrey. On it was a message -
You can have a filmed session with the boy if you give them £500. You can do what you like to him but they will record it and sell it to German paedophiles. You want some?

Following enquiries, this led to the arrest of ***** ******, who had been texting his girlfriend in Egham. He says this was only fantasy and nothing more, but we wish the boys spoken to at home – a gentle visit. [A police constable] of the Child Protection Unit, Cowes will contact SSD. Father is on bail.’
Now could anyone tell us why this case appears to have gone no further given the nature of the text?
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Old 11-08-2014, 04:27 PM   #233
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MY 20 YEARS AS THATCHER'S BODYGUARD
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MY 20 YEARS AS THATCHER'S BODYGUARD
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GOVE ‘FAILED TO SAFEGUARD KIDS’
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Old 25-08-2014, 08:58 PM   #236
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Where's this fucking inquiry? Do they think we've forgotten?
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yes its all gone quiet same old same old.. c$%ts
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Where's this fucking inquiry? Do they think we've forgotten?
When the brainwashing media forgets so does everyone else.
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Old 28-08-2014, 10:10 AM   #239
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WATCH: The prison threat that stopped high profile child abusers being revealed

An investigative journalist claims he was threatened by the former MP Cyril Smith, and then raided by police, to stop him revealing the names of politicians who were trying to legalise sex with children.

Don Hale was editor of the Bury Messenger in the 1980s.

He says he was told he'd go to prison if he printed a story based on a dossier of Westminster documents.

He's given his first broadcast interview on the revelations to Ashley Derricott:
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Old 01-09-2014, 01:00 AM   #240
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"No stone unturned" is a curiously familiar turn of phrase.
One of Gerry McCann's favourite terms.
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