Wednesday, 21 October 2015

Child murders by VIP's and Spooks covered up

Sydney Cooke, whose child abuse gang has been linked to the former UK government minister Sir Leon Brittan, who was once the minister responsible for MI5 and police special branch.

Sydney Cooke and his gang reportedly supplied young boys to top people.

The Sunday Mirror reveals that the UK police are aware that top police officers apparently covered up links between Sidney Cooke and the unsolved murders of nine young boys.

A recent Metropolitan Police report into the police handling of the murders "suggests a serious level of corruption apparent in the 1980s and later, which would require ­thorough and serious investigation".

The recent police report only came to light in documents released to the Sunday Mirror under the Freedom of ­Information laws.


Sydney Cooke

An original police probe identified 12 murdered boys linked to Cooke.

Only three of those cases were ever 'followed up'.

The cases that were 'followed up' were those of Jason Swift, Mark Tildesley and Barry Lewis.

Vishal Mehrotra

The cases that were not 'followed up' include those of Vishal Mehrotra and Martin Allen.

Lord Bramall - part of VIP child sex abuse inquiry

Field Marshall Edwin Bramall lives at Bathurst House, Crondall, 20 miles from Dursford Abbey Farm, where Vishal Mehrotra's remains were found.

Vishal's father says that the UK police covered up evidence that Vishal's murder was carried out by top people in the UK government.

Father says police covered up son's murder by top government child abuse ring. / 'CHILD ABUSE'; IDAHO, LONDON, CRIMEA, GERMANY.....

Jason Swift, who was in the care of the council in Islington, was murdered by Cooke's gang. Jeremy Corbyn is the MP for Islington North.

Cooke was convicted of the 1985 rape and manslaughter of 15-year-old Jason Swift.

Cooke was jailed for Jason Swift's manslaughter in 1989, but was fairly soon released.

Mark Tildesley

Cooke was named as one of the killers of seven-year-old Mark Tildesley but strangely was never charged.

Leslie Bailey identified Cooke as an accomplice in Mark Tildesley's murder.

Leslie Bailey pled guilty to the killing of Mark Tildesley and to the 1985 murder of six-year-old Barry Lewis. 

Bailey died in mysterious circumstances in his jail cell, aged 40, in 1993.

The father of UK pop star Adam Ant, Alfred Leslie Goddard (above left), was reportedly part of Sydney Cooke's child abuse gang.

Goddard's links to the murder gang were revealed by the former Conservative MP Harvey Proctor.

dailymail / Harvey Proctor: full statement .

Adam Ant (Stuart Goddard), who has suffered from bipolar disorder.

Alfred Leslie Goddard lived in London's Pimlico, close to the Dolphin Square flats used by the security services and by the child abusing politicians.


Alfred Leslie Goddard had at one time served in the Royal Air Force, where he may have been mind-controlled.

"Adam Ant's music has covered more atypical sexual behaviours than any other recording artist that I can think of (e.g. sadomasochism, bondage, spanking, transvestism, voyeurism, body piercing, fetishistic behaviour etc)."

Adam Ant: Sex and Perversion.

Adam Ant's early upbringing was in St John's Wood, near Hampstead's Tavistock clinic.

Vishal Mehrotra

Vishal Mehrotra was murdered in London in 1981.

In 1982, parts of eight-year-old Vishal Mehrotra's body were found in woods


Cooke was mentioned at least EIGHT times in the police report, but, the police report was censored.

Sidney Cooke's links to murder of Vishal Mehrotra.

In 2005 there was a police review of the Vishal mehrotra case.

Eventually, the review was released through the Freedom of Information laws.

But, large parts of the review, apparently about Cooke and his gang, had been removed.

The Sunday People understands that one informant apparently said "Cooke and his associates" claimed at least 12 victims, including an "Asian boy".

The UK police have refused to say if Cooke has been questioned about Vishal.

Vishal was last seen near Elm House guesthouse , the boy brothel for top people, reportedly run by the security services.

Kevin Allen, 51, whose brother Martin Allen went missing in London in 1979

The kidnappings of Vishal, and other children such as Martin Allen, have been linked tofairgrounds where Cooke worked.

There were two fairs in the area when Vishal vanished.

A police report stated have that the 1984 case of seven-year-old Mark Tildesley, believed murdered by Cooke, may be linked to the Vishal case.

The 2005 police review mentioned the murder of Jason Swift, 14, and Barry Lewis, six, in 1985.

Their bodies were found naked in woods.


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  1. Story image for Elm guest house from ExaroNews

    Richard Kerr: ex-judge sexually abused me at Elm Guest House

    ExaroNews-18 May 2015
    Kincora abuse survivor Richard Kerr today tells how he was first taken to Elm Guest House by a retired judge who sexually assaulted him there.
Vishal was last seen near Elm House guesthouse, the boy brothel for top people, reportedly run by the security services.

There is a list of those people who allegedly visited the Elm Guest House.

The following is from: The Mary Moss Elm Guest House VIP Paedophile Party List 

Here are some of the highlights of the alleged VIP guest list released by Mary Moss:

Anthony Blunt, Royal Connections, MI5, traitor, Russian spy deceased.
Harvey Proctor, Monday Club, well known convicted paedophile.
Sir Peter Bottomley. Worthing MP and Monday Club
Charles Irving
Leon Britton, Lord, ex Thatcher Minister
Peter Brooke, Life Peer
John Rowe, MI5, former MP
Cyril Smith, deceased, ex Rochdale MP
Ron Brown
Colin Jordan, Politician and author
George Tremlett, Former GLC Leader
Peter Campbell, Monday Club
Gary Walker, Sinn Fein
Cliff Richard,aged  Pop Star, known at Elm Guest House as ‘Kitty’
Jess Conrad, aged ex Pop Star.
Ron Wells, aged Musician, aka ‘Gladys’ at Elm Guest House.
Richard Miles, Monday Club
Chris Denning, ex BBC DJ, convicted paedophile.
R Langley, Buckingham Palace Equerry
Terry Dwyer
Patrick Puddles
Louis Minster, Head of Richmond Social Services
Colin Peters, QC – a convicted paedophile sentenced to 8 years in 1989
Steve Everett, Senior Westminster Social worker
Ray Wire, so called expert on Paedophile therapy
Peter Glencross, editor of Monday Club newsletter
Guy Hamilton Blackwell, son of Westland Helicopters Chairman
The following Police Officers and an alleged informant also appear on Mary Moss’s list for some reason:
Colin Peters QC, Police informant and convicted paedophile.
D. Naismith, Chief Constable Wandsworth
DC Chris Carter, CID Richmond
DC David Lines, CID Barnes
DC Ron Thornton, CID Richmond
PC Roderick Smeaton
WPC Sheila McInnes
PC Chris Wicks
WPC Elizabeth Meredith
PC Alan Jones


Monday, 19 October 2015

Private Secretary to Prime Minister Edward Heath shot himself when caught with child sex abuse images

Image result for nick edgar and edward heath

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.
Edgar did not attend Sir Edward’s funeral in 2005, and a member of the Sir Edward Heath Charitable Foundation yesterday told The Sun that after they parted ways Heath had little to do with Edgar who moved to West London. He added:
“They had a working relationship in the nineties but hadn’t spoken in years after that stopped. His crimes that police were investigating are in no way linked to Sir Edward.”
As Breitbart London has reported, seven police forces across Britain are looking into historic child sex abuse allegations made against Sir Edward himself, who died in 2005 aged 89.

Wednesday, 14 October 2015


The tsunami of condemnation washing over Labour deputy leader Tom Watson has not abated for several days: quite apart from the right-leaning part of the Fourth Estate, some of whose hacks have even spun the totally untrue story that Watson had personally forced a prosecutor to step down, has been a litany of jeering and cat-calling Tory MPs. And now has come the news that every one of those critics was wrong.
They were not merely mistaken, but unequivocally, totally, and utterly wrong. Every last one of them, from the Mail’s legendarily foul mouthed editor Paul Dacre to his talentless and unfunny churnalist Richard Littlejohn, the Spectator’s po-faced and effortlessly dishonest editor Fraser Nelson and his gofer Sebastian Payne, and shameless sell-outs like Nick Cohen and David Aaronovitch. They all got it wrong.

We know this because the CPS revealed yesterday evening that, as theGuardian has now revealed, “Tom Watson’s controversial letter to Britain’s top prosecutor did not lead to Leon Brittan being interviewed by police over sex abuse allegations”. This is not unconnected to the fact that Brittan was already being investigated. Worse for Watson’s accusers, the MP did not pressure the CPS to open or reopen the case.

The Guardian again: “Watson had previously written to the director of public prosecutions, Alison Saunders, about an allegation of rape when he learned that the police inquiry was being dropped … The CPS said it had not pressured the police, but merely passed on Watson’s letter ‘to the relevant officer for their information’ … [the letter] was received in the final week of April 2014, but it was not passed to police until the first week of June”.

This last date is highly significant: Watson has been directly accused by more than one of the more lurid and speculative press accounts of “hounding Brittan to his death”, but it has now been revealed that “Brittan was interviewed by Met detectives on 30 May”. You read that right: he had already been interviewed by the Police before they received Watson’s letter. Labour’s deputy leader did not “hound” anyone.

The CPS has stated “The CPS at no point made any request to the Metropolitan Police Service (MPS) that they reopen their investigation into Lord Brittan in relation to complaints highlighted by Tom Watson MP … Lord Brittan was interviewed by the MPS before the CPS had forwarded the correspondence from Mr Watson”. Of course, those making all the accusations against Watson could have checked this out. They chose not to.

So one has to put the question to the MailTimesTelegraph and Sun: just what part of the phrase “investigative journalism” do you not understand? Moreover, what other conclusion can the genuinely disinterested observer now reach, other than that this has been a coordinated hit-job by the press and its useful idiots on a supporter of properly independent press regulation? Because that is all it is.

And what about that apology they all demanded from Tom Watson? You won’t be seeing that any time soon. Being part of the press establishment means never having to say you’re sorry.

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Sunday, 11 October 2015

Wanless NSPCC VIP sex offenders is putting victims at risk. What rubbish

Curtesy of  turnthingsupsidedown

Just a quick answer to the stories in the media (again) over the last few days, particularly this article in the Guardian, where NSPCC chief Peter Wanless is quoted warning of a:
return to ‘dark days’ of 80s when children abused by people from ordinary backgrounds had little confidence their voices would be heard
Wanless needs to remember that the people making allegations of child sex abuse by VIPs ARE “people from ordinary backgrounds” – most of them at the time of the abuse were children in council-run care homes.
It doesn’t matter whether the abusers were “ordinary” or “VIP”.
What matters is that the abused victims/survivors need to be heard, and need to know that their allegations will be listened to, will be taken seriously and will be investigated.
Public awareness of the prevalence of child sexual abuse and of the prevailing culture of denial and suppression can only be a good thing.
Just as the sheer scale of Rotherham bought the issue of child sex abuse to public attention, leading to – hopefully – improvements in institutional responses to allegations of abuse and the prevailing culture of denial, so too VIP cases bring into focus the need to challenge this culture of victim-blaming and cover-up, in a way that “ordinary”, individual cases, unfortunately, do not.
Wanless writes that:
“There is a very real danger that children could be put at risk if we concentrate solely on celebrity offenders”
Actually, there is a very clear reason for concentrating on celebrity offenders.
It is that their offences appear to have been covered up by our state institutions – including the police, the security services and Westminster.
This is high level political corruption on a scale hitherto unknown in the UK.
Of course it needs to be exposed, and eradicated.
Wanless suggests that the VIP investigations:
“distract from the reality” and undermine the “significant shift in confidence and understanding of child sexual abuse” that has occurred in recent years.
How, exactly, can investigating allegations of the criminal sexual abuse of children by adults – of whatever background “distract from the reality”?Surely the “reality” is that vulnerable children are abused by powerful adults, and it is this unequal power dynamic that makes it so difficult for children to speak out and to get justice.
The “ordinary” child abused by their “ordinary” parent suffers from this power imbalance, and so does a child abused by a VIP.
What is significant, however, is that in the case of VIP abusers, the power imbalance is magnified. It is not just the power of adult versus child, it is the power of the elite adult versus the child.
All the more reason, therefore, to ensure that justice is done.
Elite abusers need to be made an example of, so that children suffering at the hands of abusers from any background can have confidence that justice will not just be done, but will be publicly seen to be done.
Wanless claims that VIP investigations :
undermine the “significant shift in confidence and understanding of child sexual abuse”
In what respect? Like Rotherham, ALL investigations of child sex abuse allegations, particularly those where claims of cover up and suppression exist, need to be bought out into the open if victims and survivors are to have confidence in the justice system, and perpetrators are to get the message that their crimes will no longer be tolerated.
Yes, “VIP child abuse is not typical”. But VIP abusers like Cyril Smith and Jimmy Savile have been exposed as being very typical indeed of the swaggering confidence of child sex abusers from every background that they have nothing to fear, they will not be found out, and the children’s claims will not be believed.
The same justice of course needs to be meted out to VIP abusers as to ordinary abusers, Rotherham abusers, family abusers. This really ought to go without saying.
As long as the media keeps focusing on coming up with reasons to call off the investigations, the victims of “ordinary” abusers and VIP abusers alike are going to have “little confidence” that their voices will be heard.
The solution to this is not to abandon the investigations into VIP child sex abuse, but to demonstrate, to all child sex abuse victims/survivors, no matter who the abuser –  that they will not get away with it.
No matter how long ago they committed their crimes, they will be bought to justice.
And no matter who they know, and how many powerful connections they have, they will be prosecuted.

Thursday, 8 October 2015

The “VIP” Panorama programme – a classic case of smears and selective reporting

Watched the show Panorama – the VIP paedophile ring: what’s the truth? last night.
The programme claims to approach this question with an open mind and to make its mind up on the basis of the evidence available.
What actually happens, however, is that the programme offers a one-sided and selective picture, with nothing in the way of solid evidence to back up it’s suggestion that the VIP allegations are false, whilst pretty much ignoring the large body of available evidence and testimony which supports the allegations.
Let’s start with the assertion of retired Metropolitan Police detective Sue Hill, that the pendulum has swung too far and police are now being pressured too hard to investigate child sex abuse allegations just to compensate for past mistakes.
This is flatly contradicted by a number of facts which for some reason Panorama did not see fit to mention, including:-
  • The IPCC are currently investigating more than 31 allegations of the suppression of child sex abuse investigations by the police. The vast majority of these relate to VIP abuse, and have been instigated by testimony from retired police officers.
  • Lord Janner – the CPS now admits they had enough evidence to prosecute Janner many years ago – when he would certainly have been judged for for trial – but did not do so.
Both of the above widely reported examples make it ludicrous to assert that the pre-existing ‘culture of denial’ which Panorama alludes to has now become some sort of culture of credulous gullibility.
The testimony of witnesses and whistleblowers is repeatedly called into question:-
  • Chris Fay’s fraud conviction was mentioned, I think, and there was an implication that the conviction made his testimony on child sex abuse unreliable.
  • ‘Darren’s convictions/past police referrals for bomb hoaxes and false confession to rape were cited as evidence of his unreliability.
  • It is suggested that ‘Nick’s allegations that he was abused by politicians are compromised by the possibility that he may be the same person as the witness ‘David’.This is not proven, we are simply ‘told’ that it may be the case, but no conclusive evidence is given to back up this assertion.
However, although the programme features a long excerpt from Harvey Proctor’s press conference, his conviction for underage sex abuse  is not referred to and his case is treated with sympathy.  Although his conviction is far more relevant to allegations of child sex abuse than is Chris Fay’s fraud conviction, Proctor escapes any criticism from the programme and at no point is his credibility called into question because of it.
Various sources are trotted out to “prove” that vulnerable witnesses have been pressurised into making false allegations, including:-
  • An unnamed ‘cleaner’.
  • A victim of abuse from children’s home Grafton Close who was NOT abused by VIPs.
  • Ian McFadyen, abuse survivor who claims that police and the media have been pushing vulnerable survivors to press false allegations to further their own ends and “to get ahead”.
The fact that some victims of abuse were not abused by VIPs is no evidence that VIP abuse did/does not take place – for evidence of the existence – and suppression of – VIP child sex abuse, see Cyril Smith, Jimmy Savile, Peter Hayman and Peter Morrison for a few clear examples.
Likewise, the fact that some victims/survivors disagree with others as to the veracity of their claims proves nothing.
With regard to MacFadyen’s claim about unscrupulous MPs and journalists pushing false allegations to further their careers, this goes entirely against not just common sense (surely everyone knows whistleblowers and those who challenge powerful interests are putting their careers at risk) but also copious evidence which demonstrates those risks.
Award winning journalist Don Hale OBE would have been a good candidate to illustrate this topic. He claims to have been threatened by Cyril Smith and by Special Branch and to have had his files of evidence on VIP child sex abuse confiscated.
Former intelligence officer Colin Wallace – who was branded a liar and a fantasist and a “Walter Mitty” character (sound familiar?), before being falsely imprisoned for 6 years for a manslaughter he didn’t commit, can also testify to the dangers of breaking ranks with the establishment, as can former Detective Chief Inspector Clive Driscoll, who claims he was removed from his post when he revealed plans to investigate politicians over child abuse claims.
‘David’s poor memory and Peter Saunders’ comments on memory are used to hint at so-called false memory syndrome, yet no mention is made of the fact that despite widespread media coverage of the theory as scientific fact – leading to its becoming the mainstream view – false memory syndrome – the claim that people can be encouraged to imagine memories of events that never existed  – is deeply controversial, being entirely unsupported by evidence and not recognised as a genuine psychiatric syndrome.
In fact, the theory was originated by a couple when their adult daughter accused the father of sexually abusing her as a child, and was co-founded by a psychologist whose interview in a peadophile magazine strongly suggests that he was a paedophile sympathiser.
In the course of the programme, the narrator makes a number of unsubstantiated claims, making the patently ridiculous assertion that Tom Watson “got his own way” by getting the police to investigate his claims of VIP child sex abuse.
The police do not act on the say so of one MP – particularly one whose standing is considerably lower than that of those – including senior ministers and cabinet members -whom he wants investigated, and nor do the CPS. They can only act on credible evidence.
The key theme of programme is repeated in various ways and at various times:
How do we look after the rights of the accused?The fact is –
  • The vast majority of child sex abuse allegations are NOT proven to be false – expert estimations of the prevalence of child sexual abuse suggest that far more genuine cases go unpunished than the reverse.
  • The vast majority of those accused of child sexual abuse and subsequently convicted insist they are innocent – witness Cyril Smith, Rolf Harris, Jimmy Savile..the list of convicted paedophiles bewailing their victimhood at the hands of  ‘witch hunts’ is extensive.
Panorama admits that they carried out only “months” of research before the programme.
Many other journalists and campaigners of high calibre have been investigating allegations of VIP child sex abuse for years and even decades. Oddly, Panorama chose not to invite most of these experts to appear on the show.
Of the few who were invited, Peter McKelvie I believe refused on the grounds that the programme was pre-judging the outcome and was not a genuine investigation, as did Exaro. Exaro asked for their statement on refusal to participate to be included in the broadcast, but it was not shown.
Simon Danczuk’s 1 hour 15 mins of interview were cut before broadcast without explanation.
Incorrect information is put forward as fact and goes unchallenged throughout the programme.
Operation Midland police have NOT expressed ‘grave doubts’. The Met have strenuously denied this and it is now reported that this is in fact a smear.
It is further reported that the smear originates from the same police officer who acted as Panorama’s source – a detective from the Met who is NOT part of the Operation Midland team.
This officer is apparently currently  under investigation by the Met for leaking victim details and feeding false stories to the media – stories which have been widely reported – and not retracted – despite the Met’s assurance that they are entirely without foundation.
If these reports are confirmed the officer faces instant dismissal.
Despite Panorama’s claims of sympathy and support for vulnerable “pressured”  witnesses, it is also reported that as a result of the officer’s leaks, a Panorama  reporter turned up on ‘Nick’s doorstep, upsetting him and his family. Not only is this deeply upsetting to a vulnerable witness and interfering in an ongoing investigation, it is also -according to the Attorney General – possibly illegal.
The Programme lays great emphasis on the Met police admission that their use of the word ‘true’ to describe ‘Nick’s allegations – on one occasion, by one detective, early in the investigation – may have given the impression that they were pre-judging the outcome of the  investigations. There is an implication that the admission also refers to their use of the word ‘credible’, but in fact the Met’s statement specifically reiterates that they still consider ‘Nick’s allegations to be credible.
The Met’s “admission” is used to try to discredit the credibility of ‘Nick’s testimony, yet there no mention at all of the fact that almost two thirds of the Met statementfocussed not on the credibility of ‘Nick’, but on criticism of the media for harassing witnesses and impeding the investigation.
There is also no mention of the Attorney General’s warning to the media that their intrusions into the investigations are not only deeply insensitive to vulnerable witnesses but are also a threat to investigations and may be breaking the law.
On several occasions the programme makes claims that suggest the police have found no evidence to back up the VIP child sex abuse allegations.
It is difficult to see how Panorama – who admit in the programme that they only carried out research into VIP child sex abuse and cover-ups over a matter of “months” – are better informed on the evidence than the Operation Midland team.
Furthermore, in the course of their research, Panorama appear not to have considered the police investigations into cover ups cited by the IPCC which go back years and even decades. They ignore the decades of research and investigation by campaigners like Geoffrey Dickens, Barbara Castle, Peter McKelvie, Liz Davies, and independent journalists like Nick Davies, Exaro, Don Hale and the Standard.  There is no mention of the missing Dickens files, of links to Jersey and to Kincora, the list goes on.
For a programme claiming to offer a balanced view and to be approaching their subject with an open mind, Panorama’s choice of experts, witnesses, police officers and journalists is selective to the point of obvious bias.
Similarly, the programme’s failure to cite any of the existing substantial weight of evidence supporting the allegations of VIP child sex abuse, and the cover ups of that abuse, is clear evidence of partiality.
Panorama refers to “Institutions that now admit they made a terrible mistake”.
After this appalling piece of establishment propaganda whitewash, it must be pointed out, the BBC is clearly not admitting its mistake.
High time they did.