Shame he’s now dead, but that’s the plan all along, wait till their dead then spill the beans.
A radio phone-in caller has alleged he was nearly sacked for refusing to check-in Lord Janner, as the peer would not give the name of a ’15 or 16-year-old boy’ he was with.
Hotel worker Mark, who claimed he worked at a high-end London establishment in the late 1980s, recalled Janner threatening him with the sack for not allowing him and a child into the hotel’s swimming pool.
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If you thought for one minute that the BBC is in anyway as it appears to be, you’re very sadly mistaken.
Behind the comforting British TV façade, lies a paedophile network, so vast and sordid it literally beggars belief.
It’s ringleaders are so dangerous that speaking out about the abuse can lead to murder.
Don’t be fooled into thinking that Jimmy Savile was a lone pervert stalking the broadcast centre.
“Two questions now arise. Firstly, why were the contents of the file not investigated? Secondly, why was the Prime Minister unable to find this file when he instigated the Wanless Review last year?
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Two days after standing up in a Westminster hotel and sensationally revealing the names of eight public figures linked to a police investigation into historic child abuse, Harvey Proctor is back home in Leicestershire and speaking with ill-concealed fury about the events of recent months.
There is no doubt that his extraordinary 90-minute press conference at St Ermin’s Hotel has caused an almighty row, after the former Tory MP named himself as one of those accused of being involved in the murder of three boys, and the sexual abuse of many others in the Seventies and Eighties.
Proctor disclosed that detectives questioned him for almost eight hours over claims that he was part of a gang that abused the boys. He said he was falsely accused of knifing, raping and strangling one victim.
Two days ago, Harvey Proctor stood up in a Westminster hotel and sensationally revealed the names of eight public figures linked to a police investigation into historic child abuse
Even if he gets in trouble with “young boys”
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An ex-aide of former Tory Prime Minister, Sir Edward Heath, shot himself in the head following his arrest for potential child abuse offences. Two days after being questioned by police investigating images on his computer, 40-year-old Nick Edgar killed himself near his parents’ Cambridgeshire estate.
The Sun reports the father of three, who worked as Sir Edward Heath’s Private Secretary in the 1990s, was held by police investigating child abuse crimes in April 2010. Having been questioned again four months later, Edgar shot himself with a shotgun near his parents’ home.
The former Oxford University Union president started working with Sir Edward in 1992 when he was in his early 20s. He worked as his Private Secretary for several years, spending months at the former Prime Minister’s Wiltshire home.
Lord Janner is due to appear before a court to face child abuse charges tomorrow after his lawyers lost a High Court bid to prevent him having to attend.
The former Labour peer and MP was ordered to appear at Westminster Magistrates’ Court in London in relation to 22 charges spanning a period from the 1960s to the 1980s.
His legal team says that the 87-year-old is suffering from dementia, and forcing him to attend court in person is unlawful and violates his human rights.
They wanted tomorrow’s hearing halted to give him time to seek judicial review of the decision that he must attend.
But they have lost that legal bid, meaning Janner will have to appear before the court in central London unless an appeal can be mounted in the meantime.
Lord Greville Janner (left) ,when he was an MP, and George Thomas, Speaker of the House, middle, with a party of schoolboys at the House of Commons in 1976
Another Sir eh. Says it all.
The brothel keeper at the centre of the Sir Edward Heath paedophile scandal yesterday claimed that politicians and police had tried to buy her silence.
But she vowed: ‘I will write a book and I will name them all.’
Madam Ling-Ling said parcels of money had been sent to her in prison ‘telling me not to talk’.
She said she was sent cash after being jailed for brothel-running in Salisbury, Wiltshire – a mile from the ex-prime minister’s home.
The Filipina grandmother, real name Myra Ling-Ling Forde, said she did not know who sent the money but was sure it was to keep her quiet.
Forde, 67, has been accused of threatening to expose Sir Edward as a paedophile. The police watchdog is investigating whether her threat led to the withdrawal of prostitution charges against her in 1992.