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Old 05-11-2013, 10:41 AM   #77581
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Here's the link to watch online in the UK, bella.


http://www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/episode..._More_Secrets/
Thanks. It's quite Interesting . It names downside school near bath.

Royal Alexandria and Albert in rygate Surrey and royal caledonia now closed where abuse took place

The monk at downside was father Nicolas ie Richard white. He eventually was stopped andgot 5 years in prison


JImmy savile mentioned in last 10 mins . Abuse At stoke mandeville of 12 year old girl

Sanchia berg reporting.

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Old 05-11-2013, 11:04 AM   #77582
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Here's the link to watch online in the UK, bella.


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Reporting child abuse suspicions ‘should be mandatory’, although the Department of Education does not agree!

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Professionals who do not report suspicions of child abuse should be prosecuted, the former Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP) has claimed.

Under current law, it is not mandatory to report such suspicions, although social workers, teachers, doctors and other professionals who regularly come into contact with children are encouraged to do so. By contrast, a number of other countries, including Australia, Canada and the US, have already made reporting suspected child abuse a legal requirement.

Keir Starmer told the BBC Panorama that it was time to “plug a gap in the law” and introduce a fine or jail sentence for anyone failing to disclose possible abuse.

“It’s a very simple proposition. If you’re in a position of authority or responsibility in relation to children, and you have cause to believe that a child has been abused, or is about to be abused, you really ought to do something about it. There are just too many examples of cases where those who have suspected abuse have not really done anything about it and the perpetrator has either got away with it or, worse still, been able to perpetuate the offending.”

He added: “I would have a reasonably broad category of individuals that were subject to the law.”

Keir Starmer’s five year term as DPP ended last week.

The move has, the BBC reports, attracted support from both the Catholic Church and the Church of England. But the government insists that “mandatory reporting is not the answer”.

A spokesperson for the Department for Education said:

“Professionals should refer immediately to social care when they are concerned about a child. This happens every year in many thousands of cases and numbers of referrals have increased over recent years. Other countries have tried mandatory reporting and there is no evidence to show that it is a better system for protecting children.”
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Old 05-11-2013, 12:00 PM   #77583
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Having seen earlier a mention of the Broadwater Farm estate has reminded me of the 1980's riot and a comment in the pbepring blog with regards to PC Blakelock's beat being Muswell Hill. Look what was allegedly going on around the same time.

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Old 05-11-2013, 12:25 PM   #77584
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The last time I heard that name was when Keith Allen in Unlawful Killing talks of the behaviour of the press in the Diana coroner's inquiry and I think he mentions NW snoozing for periods of time. Was he a royal correspondent in particular?
Don't know how accurate it is, but there is a story going round that Nicholas Witchell in fact hates the royals and all the pomp that surrounds them. It's claimed that he offended someone high up at the Beeb which resulted in him being made a permanent royal reporter, instead of a newsreader...which was his real career choice.
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Witchell is a Governor of Queen Elizabeth's Foundation for Disabled People, an Officer of the Order of St John ...

and he wrote a book about the Loch Ness Monster.
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Reportedly, Jimmy Savile was named in Operation Ore, the police investigation that caught a number of child sex 'deviants.'

"It was made clear to me by the Guildford Police not to even think of raising the name Savile at the time or there would be consequences. A Crown Prosecution Service officer Mr. S also told me the same," said lawyer Giovanni Di Stefano.
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Old 05-11-2013, 01:02 PM   #77587
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Hacking trial hears of targeting of murdered girl's phone

- Britain's phone-hacking trial heard evidence on Tuesday about how the News of the World listened to voicemail messages left for missing British schoolgirl Milly Dowler, the case which brought down the Rupert Murdoch-owned newspaper.

Prosecutors said a 2002 story about the 13-year-old, who was later found murdered, was changed between the first and second editions of the newspaper to remove references to a message on her voicemail.

Then editor Rebekah Brooks, Murdoch's protegee who went on to run his British newspaper wing, was on holiday but was in contact with her deputy Andy Coulson between the editions, the court heard.

Brooks and Coulson both deny charges of phone hacking at the News of the World, which Murdoch shut down in July 2011 after public revulsion at revelations that the schoolgirl's phone had been targeted.

On Monday, Coulson's lawyer urged jurors to "keep an open mind" and confirmed the 45-year-old would be giving evidence later in the trial, which is expected to last six months.

"It's his case that he was never party to any agreement to hack phones, whatever others might have been doing on his watch," defence lawyer Timothy Langdale told the Old Bailey court.

Langdale also revealed that Coulson had his own phone hacked by private investigator Glenn Mulcaire and suggested this would have been unlikely if he had known about the practice.

"Both conspirator and victim? It is fair to say, is it not, that the two things do not sit easily together?" he said.

Coulson was deputy editor of the News of the World under Brooks and replaced her in 2003 when she moved to edit the tabloid's daily sister paper, The Sun.

Last week the trial heard that the pair had a six-year affair until 2004.

Coulson resigned when former royal editor Clive Goodman and Mulcaire were jailed for hacking in 2007, although he always insisted he was ignorant of their activities.

He went on to become communications chief for Prime Minister David Cameron, although he quit in early 2011 amid increasing questions about his own role in the scandal.

The court also heard on Monday how Brooks' husband Charlie and News International's former head of security Mark Hanna tried to hide evidence from police investigating her for phone hacking.

Security staff moved a rubbish bag of material from the couple's country home and took it to their flat in London, hiding it near the bins under the pretext of delivering pizza, the court heard.

However, before the bag could be recovered it was found by a cleaner and handed to police, the court heard.

After one of the security guards dropped off the package he sent a text message to a colleague referencing the 1968 Clint Eastwood film "Where Eagles Dare".

"Broadsword calling Danny Boy. Pizza delivered and the chicken's in the pot," he texted, to which the colleague replied: "Ha, fucking amateurs. We should have done a DLB (dead letter box) or brush contact on the riverside."

Prosecutor Andrew Edis said this was a "quite complicated and quite risky" exercise which could only be explained as an attempt to hide evidence -- and said it was "inconceivable" that Brooks did not know what was taking place.


Brooks, her husband and Hanna all deny charges of perverting the course of justice.

Brooks is also accused of directing her personal assistant, Cheryl Carter, to remove seven boxes of notebooks from the company's archive. She and Carter deny the charges.
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Old 05-11-2013, 01:12 PM   #77588
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Police chief and the spa millionaire with friends in very high places

Soon after buying Champneys health spa in Hertfordshire in 2006, Stephen Purdew was interviewed by the respected magazine Growing Business which found him ‘sneering with contempt’ at the prospect of David Cameron becoming PM.

‘I thought we’d had enough of being run by f****** Etonians who haven’t done a day’s work in their lives,’ declared the millionaire former Midhurst Grammar School boy whose health resort business was started by his mother. ‘He won’t get my vote.’



You might call that a near-miss for Mr Cameron, who’s already in enough trouble for employing former News of the World editor Andy Coulson at No 10.



Friends in high places: Spa boss Stephen Purdew, left, gave Met chief Sir Paul Stephenson, right, a 20-night stay at the Champneys health resort


Sanctuary: Purdew agreed to let Rebekah Brooks' husband Charlie install a lucrative 'kriotherapy' centre at the Champneys headquarters at Tring, Hertfordshire (pictured)

Purdew’s contempt meant the PM escaped the risk of being drawn into the so-called ‘Champneys set’, a disparate collection of celebrities and VIPs whose widely-publicised patronage helped make it the health spa of choice for those with money to spend on looking and feeling good.

The wily Purdew long ago cemented a close relationship with fallen News International chief executive Rebekah Brooks by agreeing to have her husband Charlie — a one-time jockey and racehorse trainer — install a lucrative ‘kriotherapy’ centre, in which you subject yourself to sub-zero temperatures for supposed health benefits, at the Champneys headquarters at Tring, Hertfordshire.

Friends of the amiable Charlie remember him not so many years ago handing out leaflets extolling the system’s benefits. Now, it is one of Champneys’ most popular treatments.




Among its devotees is former heavyweight boxer Frank Bruno, who recovered from his nervous breakdown at Champneys.



Another is Cherie Blair, one of the most dedicated clients of the health spa set in 170 peaceful acres and just half-an-hour’s drive from the Blairs’ country mansion at Wotton Underwood in Buckinghamshire.

She is an old hand at kriotherapy - wearing a bikini and a pair of thick socks to stop her feet from getting too cold in ice chambers where liquid nitrogen has been used to reduce the temperature to minus 135 degrees Centigrade - and has been known to reassure first-timers, raising their spirits by leading them in the singing of ‘Always look on the bright side of life’.

Cherie has worked out at Champneys, taken diet treatments and even enjoyed dancing lessons there — she took daughter Kathryn, now 23, for salsa and tango classes.

Footballers, sportsmen, racing drivers — Stephen Purdew is a friend of them all, entertaining lavishly on his £3 million yacht and penthouse in the South of France and his Lutyens-style mansion in Hertfordshire.

You would never imagine now that when the relentless networker (and Arsenal supporter) was at Bristol University, he would return home every weekend because he didn’t feel he fitted in with the social life there.

Purdew has always been energetic in making sure his business was talked about. In the years of Jim’ll Fix It on BBC1, one of Purdew’s health spas almost invariably appeared in every series.

And the presenter Sir Jimmy Savile, 84, remains a good friend.

Connections: The Met hired former News of the World deputy editor and phone-hacking suspect Neil Wallis, who was also a PR consultant at Champneys

One associate of Purdew who was less keen to trumpet his visit to Champneys was the Metropolitan Police Commissioner Sir Paul Stephenson, whom the spa boss says was offered a 20-night stay — valued at £12,000 — to help him get over a pre-cancerous condition. (He, too, is said to have made use of the (Charlie Brooks' )kriotherapy facilities.)

The revelation that Stephenson unwisely accepted this hospitality helped precipitate his decision to resign on Sunday.

But Sir Paul is not the first important figure to be given the red carpet treatment at Champneys. Purdew is known to offer special rates to famous faces.

He is also generous in offering sanctuary and care to ‘friends’ — especially those with problems, such as alcoholic footballer Paul Gascoigne. Cynics, of course, are bound to view such philanthropy with scepticism. Well, it is good for the company’s image.

Loyal customer: Cherie Blair
Loyal customer: Frank Bruno
Loyal customer: Paul Gascoigne

But this time — with the resignation of Stephenson — it has drawn his firm into the scandal du jour.

Incidentally, another contributing factor behind the police chief’s resignation was the Met’s hiring of former News of the World deputy editor Neil Wallis as a media consultant.

Founder: Purdew's mother Dorothy started the company 41 years ago

Wallis — who was arrested a few days ago in connection with phone hacking allegations — is also the PR for . . . Stephen Purdew.

It seems the recent turn of events is likely to dismay Purdew’s mother, as a web of issues envelop the company she started 41 years ago as a slimming club at Frinleys, Northants.

Dorothy Purdew, 79, awarded an OBE for services to health and charity, spends most of her time in the South of France, but she remains the company chairman.

Her son was thinking of a career as an accountant when her husband died and he moved into the firm at 21, and eventually took over running it, turning it into one of the biggest spa operators in the world. He has since spent £14 million sprucing it up.

But his way has never been her way. ‘She was happy for what she did to be spread by word of mouth,’ says a family friend. ‘Stephen had to be a big player, hobnobbing with the famous, making himself one of those people that important people turn to for favours.’

He is certainly close to Keith Vaz, the prominent Labour politician who enjoys being in the company of rich men and is not himself a stranger to allegations of sleaze.

The silken-voiced Vaz and the rougher-sounding Purdew, who is worth in the region of £50 million, are old pals.

Cambridge-educated Vaz says their friendship goes back 20 years, and, indeed, it appears to have started after Purdew’s company took over Springs Hydro in Ashby-de-la-Zouch in Leicestershire (Vaz is the MP for Leicester East).

It was soon publicised that Vaz was among those patronising the gymnasium. Vaz’s daughter Anjali was a bridesmaid when Purdew, 52, married his longtime partner, blonde former model Isabele Cave, 30, two years ago.

Purdew’s son by an earlier relationship, Robert, 19 — who recently did 10 days work experience in Vaz’s office — was best man


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Rebekah Brooks and Liam Gallgher were among the guests at Purdew's wedding


Be Here Now singer Liam, 36, and TV veteran Sir Jimmy, 82 — catchphrase “now then, now then” — chatted at London’s Claridge’s hotel at the wedding of Champneys health resort owner Stephen Purdew.

The wedding was the very apotheosis of smart-set London, a different world from the family of Liverpool dockers into which Purdew’s mother was born.

There was a real star studded line-up at Stephen and Isabelle Purdew's wedding including...

Liam Gallagher and his wife Nicole Appleton

Labour MP Keith Vaz

Piers Morgan

Anthea Turner

Rebekah Wade. Editor of The Sun

Samantha Janus, EastEnders actress

Ian Wright and David Seaman, former England footballers

The ceremony was in the capital’s oldest church, St George’s, Hanover Square, and the reception in the ballroom at Claridge’s.




In her memoir, The Long Road To Champneys, Purdew’s mother Dorothy exudes excitement as she describes the scene at the church:

‘Outside a fair crowd had gathered, no doubt to see our beautiful bride but also to catch a glimpse and take photos of the famous guests that included Sir Jimmy Savile, Frank Bruno, Liam Gallagher and his wife Nicole Appleton, Keith Vaz, EastEnders star Samantha Janus, the late Stephen Gately, chat show host Piers Morgan and various Arsenal legends such as Ian Wright . . .’ And so on.

Rebekah Brooks doesn’t get a mention, though she was among the 240 guests, with Charlie.

Cherie Blair, alas, couldn’t make it as she was at a women’s conference in Liberia.

But — like others responding to the bridegroom’s wedding list request — her gift was a £500 beech tree to replenish the old and dying woods at Champneys.





Vaz with the Jacintha Saldanha's (suicided related to radio "hoax" phone call) daughter


Vaz was in good form, proud of his 13-year-old daughter. He is also godfather to one of the Purdews’ small children.

But what form will he be in today when — astonishingly — he apparently intends to chair the Home Affairs Select Committee questioning the luckless Sir Paul?

Just how far will one of Purdew’s good friends go in pursuing the other good friend, Sir Paul?


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Old 05-11-2013, 01:18 PM   #77589
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Just found this on Digital Spy regarding Savile's brother, Johnny

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Johnny Savile was sacked for gross misconduct by Springfield Hospital in Tooting in 1980 but he wasn't convicted of anything, or even prosecuted as far as I know. In fact he had the gall to claim unfair dismissal but the hearing was adjourned for some reason. The official line was that he was forced to resign to avoid a scandal.

I know this because I was one of his victims, but not the one referred to in the recent press reports about him. I do not know how many women he abused and/or raped when he was the entertainments officer at Springfield, but I believe a lot of women complained about him, which probably explains why his claim for unfair dismissal was abandoned.
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Old 05-11-2013, 01:25 PM   #77591
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http://news.google.com/newspapers?id...y-savile&hl=en

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Divisional nursing officer tells tribunal he had no doubt the allegation was true.

Article also reminds us that Johnny S lived in Richmond. He was at Springfield Hospital from the mid-seventies till his sacking, and also married in Richmond in 1977.

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Seeing that Charlie Brooks, a race horse trainer - was involved in installing kriotherapy centres, made me wonder about his background .

Here's a little background info on him:

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Charles Patrick Evelyn "Charlie" Brooks (born 3 March 1963) is a British socialite, newspaper columnist, racehorse trainer and former jockey.

He is best known as the husband of Rebekah Brooks, former chief executive of News International.

The couple are seen as leading lights of the so-called 'Chipping Norton set', a politically influential clique close to the leadership of the Conservative Party.

On 15 May 2012, Brooks and his wife were charged with perverting the course of justice.


Early life

Brooks was born Charles Patrick Evelyn Brooks on 3 March 1963 in Chipping Norton, the third and youngest child of Robert Noel Brand Brooks and Caroline Diana (Todd)

Educated at Eton College, where he was a friend of future Prime Minister David Cameron, Brooks became an amateur jockey and assistant racehorse trainer to Fred Winter. In 1987 he won the Christie's Foxhunter Chase on Observe, and in 1989 he took over the Uplands stables at Lambourn from Winter.

Racehorse trainer

Among Brooks's successes as a trainer were Suny Bay, runner-up in the 1997 and 1998 Grand Nationals, and Couldn't be Better, winner of the 1995 Hennessy Gold Cup. At the end of the 1998 season he resigned after a dispute with owner Andrew Cohen.

After a break of more than thirteen years, Brooks was reinstated as a licensed trainer in late 2011.

Phone hacking controversy

During 2011 and 2012 Brooks became drawn into the controversy over phone-hacking by Rupert Murdoch's News International. In July 2011, two computers belonging to Charlie Brooks were found by a cleaner in an underground car park at his Chelsea Harbour home. Brooks tried to reclaim the computers but they were taken away by police, and the mystery has yet to be resolved.

On 13 March 2012 Charlie and Rebekah Brooks were arrested in a dawn raid at their home, on suspicion of conspiracy to pervert the course of justice. They were charged with perverting the course of justice in May 2012.

Charlie and Rebekah Brooks appeared in court at the Old Bailey on 26 September 2012. Rebekah Brooks faced three charges and Charlie Brooks one charge of conspiring to pervert the course of justice by concealing material from police officers.

Personal life

In 2004 Brooks split from his long-term partner Miriam Francome (former wife of champion jockey John Francome) after twelve years.

He married Rebekah Wade, then editor of The Sun, in June 2009. The wedding was attended by then Prime Minister Gordon Brown, and future Prime Minister David Cameron, who is a close personal friend of the couple.

In January 2012 Charlie and Rebekah Brooks became parents via a surrogate mother.

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We learn that he and Wade first met at Jeremy Clarkson's house. At the time she was married to the former EastEnders actor Ross Kemp. Once they broke up Brooks seized the chance to meet her again.

He says: "I extracted her from the Blenheim set [she rented a house on the estate]." Then he introduced her to his friends and she introduced him to Rupert Murdoch.

After Blenheim came the Oxfordshire set, which includes Brooks's friend, Emily Oppenheimer Turner, who informs us that she recently "teamed up with Charlie to play cards against Bono and Rupert Murdoch."

Then we learn of other members of the new set: Matthew Freud, his wife Elizabeth Murdoch, the Clarksons, Carphone Warehouse founder Charles Dunstone and his fiancée Celia Gordon Shute, James and Kathryn Murdoch, Blur bassist Alex James and Viscountess Daventry. There are more, but let's move on...

Various parties are mentioned. More names are dropped before we discover that Brooks and Wade also socialise with the prime minister and his wife. So does Brooks support Gordon Brown?

It is unlikely, since he is quoted as saying: "It's very simple. I only vote on one issue - whoever brings back foxhunting."

Ms Chamberlain goes on:

"When they're not in Venice, Charlie and Rebekah go on holiday with the Freuds on their boat... the Oppenheim Turners at their house in St Tropez... and with the Daventrys in the country.

"They spend their weekdays at their flat in Chelsea Harbour... and weekends at their two-bedroom taupe-painted barn outside Chipping Norton... [where] a portrait of Rebekah by artist Jonathan Yeo, flame-haired and smiling, sits almost forgotten against a side wall...

"Their weekend routine includes shopping at Daylesford, the most extravagant supermarket in England. They call it 'the mothership'... On Sundays they throw the occasional lunch for 20."

An anonymous friend is quoted as saying: "I worship Rebekah. She's so attractive - wicked yet polite. Everyone wants to be her friend. She's like Jemima Khan - girls fight over her."

The couple are due to wed this month at St Bride's in Fleet Street "with only their mothers for company." And the honeymoon? That will be taken at a News International conference on Lake Como.

How times change... It is more than 20 years since I left The Sun, but I cannot recall the editor at the time, one Kelvin MacKenzie, ever flying to Venice for lunch, dallying in Daylesford or getting cosy with "the boss" (aka "old gorilla biscuits").

Truly, Rebekah Wade is some operator.

http://www.theguardian.com/media/gre...ebekahwade-sun
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Charlie...rse_trainer%29

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Not posting much at the moment but following along as I can, and my thoughts and love and wishes of support are always with all the pure-hearted folk of this thread who are doing so much to expose the absolute evil of a system that - as we have long shown - has been deliberately and painstakingly designed with 'as above so below' and 'hidden in plain sight' as two of its 'mottos'.

I went for dinner with a great friend the other day - probably one of the most intelligent people I have ever met. Intelligence does not equal insight however, and when he started bleating on about how amazing it is we have the BBC I had to stop him quick-smart and point out that with a simple bit of research it's now clear as day that the BBC (I understand the biggest population % in the world of sudden uptake of TV sets was for QE II's suspect 'coronation') was built from the ground up on paedophilia.

That was a conversation stopper around the table

But this is what we are still up against. The consolation is that I truly believe our hoodwinked friends and loved ones are good people who will see what's what sooner rather than later, one way or another

All power and much love to all genuine folk here - and for every single one who is posting and researching please do know there are dozens if not hundreds following, and getting the same message out in other, even subtle, ways

We are still with you, even if we don't post - please know that xxx

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Did anyone watch the savile related programme last night?

My DIL tried to give me the heads up but quoted the wrong channel

It was on the bbc.
This seems like a really important question and I'm surprised no-one has answered I didn't see it but my TV guide says it was:

8:30pm - After Savile: No More Secrets? - Panorama

Sanchia Berg explores the law regarding reporting child abuse. (HD) (AD) (Repeated on Thursday at 12:20am on BBC2)

No more secrets? Haha, OK

It's on the BBC iPlayer here, for people outside the UK use a UK proxy:

http://www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/episode..._More_Secrets/

The very strange thing is I thought iPlayer repeats were available for seven days afterwards generally, but this one is showing as watchable (under 'extra programme information') until 8:59PM Tue, 4 Nov 2014.

I wouldn't trust that at all personally, and suggest anyone who wants to watch (and also preferably download) does so ASAP.
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Don't know how to post it up but WOW, David Bennett one of the most distinguished Freemasons in the country with Grand Rank status in six Degrees. Also priest in charge of St John the Baptist In the Wilderness.
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I know! Cambridge educated, Teacher, Cragg Vale, Youth officer, Educational Inspector for Notts CC. 23 years looking after 650 schools...
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I have been trying to find more on JS family history.. did find out his GGGF James Wilson was a Dock Builder Master who went to America, had his son Alexander J Wilson who came back to Scotland as a Police Man & Sheriff Officer in Fife, check previous postings re Rossylyn/Sinclair connection. Then started looking for links to the Gorbals that is where Alexander died and found a framed photo of St Francis Centre, Gorbals in JS auction BUT found this also which is more important.

http://www.dnfa.com/eastbourne/searc...eid=445466-914

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A vintage sepia photograph of a church, framed and glazed, 52.5cm x 43cm overall; with a swing label inscribed 'Presented with our thanks and appreciation to our Hon. Church Warden Jimmy Savile O.B.E. From St. John the Baptist in the Wilderness Cragg Vale'


THIS IS A PROTESTANT CHURCH!! St John The Baptist in The Wilderness is Cragg Vale’s only Protestant church, it is in the benefice if Erringden and the diocese of Wakefield. (John the Baptist not lost on me!) So now we have him as a faithful Catholic, Jew and Protestant! The guy was a F****n Chameleon!

I have spent several long days looking at this guy's life story from near death at 5 month and 2 years too Bevin Boys, spinal injury my arse! and turning up aged 26 with a Rolls Royce, cycling round the blood country and europe! Nothing off his life adds up..but as a lot of you have said..His arrogance will be his downfall and then it will be a house of cards...so we need to crawl over everything this cockroach said, even if it makes our skin crawl!! And yes what and who is in his coffin!
This is the church that Savile was a warden at and now appears the priest there was one of the highest ranking Freemasons in the country.

When the FOI on Savile to the BBC was made, we also had Savile donating to this church!

Ooh, a Knights Templar too!
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Old 05-11-2013, 02:09 PM   #77598
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I have written to the Nottingham Evening Post four times in the last four months to ask if they have done / will be doing any investigation into the Kingfisher charity in Nottinghamshire, set up by Jimmy Savile and chaired by Savile's long-time pal the Rev David Bennett.

I've received not one reply.
Wonder why?
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21 February 2008, 19:17 (GMT+04:00)

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(dpa ) - At the inquest into the deaths of Princess Diana and Dodi al Fayed, Britain's royals were branded the "Dracula family" and a former spy chief was made to sweat in the witness box, pledging that assassinations were not part of the ethos of Her Majesty's Secret Service.





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This guy was known as the Royal buccaneer.
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