CARLTON CLUB MEMBERS – WESTMINSTER PAEDOPHILE RING (PART 1) – Heath, cop Veale on £2million pension – Dacre, D. Mail editor, dines at No. 10 etc – MICHAEL SHRIMPTON EXPOSES TED HEATH – VIDEO


 ^ MP Ann Widdecombe Carlton Club member

Carlton Club members:

  • A coven of Ted Heath and Harvey Proctor supporters

Truth Hits Everybody‏ @TruthHitsEvery1
He was the prime minister who took Britain into the European Community, now the EU, in 1973.
Whip Tim Fortescue admitted that while serving Sir Edward Heath, while in power, paedophilia was covered up to blackmail MP’s
The press has also been full of Heath’s defenders claiming the investigation is a witch hunt against someone who isn’t alive to defend himself, much like the counterclaims about Leon Brittan.

Are they really so concerned about Sir Edward`s reputation, or are  they more worried about protecting their own skins ?  
…it may not be entirely coincidental that the three publications that have attacked me, The Sunday Times, the Daily Mail and Private Eye, are precisely the same ones that have had their journalists named.along with Heath, on the dossier.
With growing evidence of the widespread existence of sexual transgressions at the highest level of the establishment, it is possible that we may be somewhat nearer to the full revelation of the UK`s grimmest secret – the elite`s concealed sexual abuse of children.

Beware of fake news brought to you by Daily Fail Times:
Dame Alun Roberts‏ @ciabaudo
It’s so damned obvious that that rag, The Times, is on a mission to discredit anyone who dares even to consider a British establishment figure could be in the least capable of CSA. This is as far removed from journalism as Edward Heath was from being asexual!
Mike Veale:
Statement from me below following a number of reports in the media about my position at Wiltshire Police.
Dame Alun Roberts‏ @ciabaudo@TimesONeill
Sean, this doesn’t leave you with egg on your face. It leaves you smothered under a mountain of scrambled eggs!
The Veale quitting report was in the Times
How can a rag like  which prides itself on being a quality broadsheet base an article on Mike Veale on hearsay and get it so wrong?
Crafty Muvva @craftymuvva
Two articles – one in The Times, the other in The Fail – but both are so similar (& wrong), the cynic in me suspects they are sharing the same disreputable source! #OpConifer

Dame Alun Roberts‏ @ciabaudo@Times
Interesting to follow Sean O’Neill these days. Not only is he hell bent on destroying Mike Veale, he takes every opportunity to undermine @InquiryCSA Despite its faults his latest story shows how little homework he does before he defends any attack on the Establishment
One of big scandals will be media collusion. An institution that merits a strand all of its own alongside Westminster, with Dacre and Murdoch at the front of the queue with questions to face!
Vicount Ian Kerr @CGCKerr
Dacre’s dinner was held at Stationers Hall, it’s all very City of London. The Worshipful Company of Stationers and Newspaper Makers. Worshipful ?

Theresa May Criticised For Partying With Daily Mail’s Paul Dacre Amid Government Turmoil

Theresa May has had a busy few days as she struggles to keep her Government together in the face of resignationsscandal and the ever-present Brexit quagmire.
But last night the Prime Minister found time to attend a party in honour of Paul Dacre’s 25th year as Daily Mail Editor, a move described as “utterly nauseating” and “putting all satirists out of a job” by her critics.
Just hours after forcing the humiliating resignation of Priti Patel, the second Cabinet Minister to do so in just a week, May and her husband Philip attended the celebration at the lavish Stationers Hall in the City of London.
Earlier this year…

Theresa May held private dinner for Daily Mail editor at No 10

Paul Dacre was only media figure to get hospitality from PM in her first six months, government reveals
Dacre was the only media figure to receive hospitality from the new prime minister in the first six months she was in post.
The dinner in October underlines the closeness of the Daily Mail to the prime minister, who hired the newspaper’s political editor, James Slack, to be her spokesman last year.
The Daily Mail has long been a supporter of May and published a full page editorial and front page trail backing her leadership bid last July.

Abuse probe farce: ‘Fantasist’ who claimed she was raped by an MP she had ‘never met’ is named as a special witness for the child sex inquiry

19 Jan 2018
Moral Decay ~~‏ @KSmth2000 3
When a very young child is sexually abused, for a journo to call that survivor, a fantasist, is abhorrent. But then what I expect from journo’s that follow and prefer the words of a heinous gang of pro-child-sex-abuse trolls that terrorise child abuse survivors online.
The DailyMail journo has deliberately omitted chunks of info, with an aim to: denigrate Esther; sway and manipulate public opinion; put pressure on IICSA; appease the child sexual apologists infesting Twitter.
Dame Alun Roberts‏ @ciabaudo
 We have come to be accustomed to this from Stephen Wright. He has a long track record of articles which prove he is beholden to the paedoapologist brigade.
Precisely …
And of course, as always, the last word goes to a convicted paedophile:
HRH Crafty Muvva 👑 @craftymuvva
When they have to wheel out Stephen Wright Wrong’un, you know they’re getting desperate – especially when he asks the opinion of a convicted sex offender!

Rupert Murdoch’s personal interest in his UK media is political, not journalistic. This is evidenced by both the way he handled the NOW in particular but also in the news agenda of the Sun, Times and Sunday Times.
All run a right wing agenda but more profoundly all ignore, most of the time, stories that might expose this bias and which might damage or embarrass parties Murdoch is supporting in
Former News International Employee.

There ARE grounds to suspect Ted Heath over abuse claims, says leading human rights lawyer who saw secret evidence obtained by police

  • Officers found ‘important idiosyncratic corroborating’ evidence against former Tory Premier Sir Edward Heath which was ‘clearly not the product of collusion’
  • Danny Friedman QC saw secret evidence obtained by police investigating Sir Edward, who died in 2005
  • Expert on child sex abuse said she would not have trusted Heath with children
21 Oct 2017
Distinctive similarities between alleged sexual assaults on boys by Sir Edward Heath helped convince police that they would be justified to question him under caution were he alive today, according to a leading human rights lawyer.
Officers found ‘important idiosyncratic corroborating’ evidence against the former Tory Premier which was ‘clearly not the product of collusion’ in cases spanning nearly 50 years and across Britain.
Danny Friedman QC saw secret evidence obtained by police investigating Sir Edward, who died in 2005. 
Mr Friedman, who was a ‘scrutineer’ of the Operation Conifer inquiry into Sir Edward by Wiltshire Police, also defended the conduct of the force’s Chief Constable, Mike Veale.
Emphasising the scale of the inquiry with 42 allegations involving 14 forces, he said: ‘Of itself, that tells you something about the nature of the task, but also that the complaints emerged from different parts of the country, from people who were largely unconnected.’
It explained why the inquiry concluded ‘there were reasonable grounds to suspect that offences had been committed’ by Sir Edward in seven cases.
James O’Brien asked why people who campaigned for justice for the victims of the Rotherham grooming gangs are strangely quiet on the potential victims of Edward Heath.
Police today confirmed that the former Prime Minister would have been questioned under caution over allegations of rape and indecent assault of boys.
The right-wing campaigned strongly against the Asian grooming gangs, so James asked what the difference is between a person with brown skin accused of abusing a child and one with white skin.
And he used the words of Heath’s chief whip Tim Fortescue, who revealed they had covered up allegations of child abuse in the past to gain favours later on.
“We wold do everything we can because we would store up brownie points. That sounds a pretty nasty reason, but it’s one of the reasons that if we could get a chap out of trouble, he’ll do as we ask forever more.”
Responding to that, James said: “Where are all the websites, all the proud patriots attacking that, which happened on our own doorstep and was revealed by a Member of Parliament? Why aren’t EDL websites dedicated to this bloke?
“Isn’t it very odd how people who seem to dedicate their lives on social media to Pakistani grooming gangs are on the same side of the argument when it comes to Ted Heath as the people who didn’t listen to the victims?
“What could possibly be the reason a brown-skinned person would demand epic derision and disgust, but a white-skinned person accused of identical crimes shouldn’t even be investigated at all? Anybody?”

Former Prime Minister Edward Heath, Jimmy Savile and the Haut de la Garenne Paedophile Ring on the Island of Jersey

 October 20, 2017
As Operation Conifer concludes, and the police have confirmed that sufficient evidence exists to ‘question Edward Heath if he were alive’, previous thwarted or fatigued investigations into our former Prime Minister Heath and his good mate – the vile paedophile and former BBC icon Jimmy Savile – should definitely command our attention once again.Operation Conifer was intended only to research claims made against the Prime Minister of the United Kingdom from 1970 until 1974, Edward Heath, in his home county of Wiltshire, but in this regional investigation over 26 claims of sexual abuse which met a certain threshold of evidence were officially filed against Heath. The most unpalatable involved Heath paying for sex with an 11-year-old boy when he was an MP. This investigation, however, is simply the ‘one which slipped through the net’ at the end of a long string of allegations against Heath which were hushed.
One such case is Operation Whistle, which investigates the crimes of Edward Heath, Jimmy Savile and 13 other ‘people of public or political prominence’ in the Haut de la Garenne children’s home on the Channel Island of Jersey, where Heath spent a lot of his free time. The Operation is still underway but the States of Jersey Police have not issued a public update since 2015, and a Freedom of Information Act request which was made about the investigation was declined on the grounds that it remains an ongoing case. And so those trying to gain insight to the investigation’s progress are stuck in a kind of stalemate.
Local resident Linda Corby alongside Jersey Senator Ralph Vibert both witnessed children from Haut de la Garenne join Heath on his yacht, Morning Cloud, which concerned them as they had been pre-warned about the actions of Heath on the island. They hauntingly described a scene in which ’11 boys entered the yacht, but only 10 left’. She and Mr Vibert went to police but she claims that they were told not to investigate the disappearance by ‘someone above’.
Haut de la Garenne was ordered to be demolished in July as it apparently serves as a reminder of decades of sexual abuse and mistreatment of children in Jersey. It seems odd and deeply counterintuitive, however, to destroy the remnants of the place in which the police admitted that 15 famous British individuals committed serious sexual crimes when not a single one of them has been brought to justice. Ultimately, this just furthers the impression that police were simply trying to make the incident disappear from memory rather than break it open.
Jimmy Savile was formally named as an alleged culprit in the investigation by Jersey police after his immense backlog of sexual crimes were brought to light after his death. He frequented the island of Jersey and on multiple occasions visited Haut de la Garenne under the guise of charitable work, often at the same time Edward Heath moored his yacht on the island. Savile successfully sued The Sun newspaper in 2008 when they accused him of abusing children in Haut de la Garenne, and initially claimed that he never visited the children’s home, before retracting that statement when a photograph surfaced of him there. Savile died in 2011 and never faced justice for the sexual abuse of hundreds of children.
Another ‘person of public or political prominence’ in Operation Whistle is the Irish actor and BBC star Wilfrid Brambell, who starred in the Beatles film ‘A Hard Days Night’. The allegations against him surfaced in 2008, and his case disturbingly echoes that of Savile; two young victims aged 12-13 – one of which was groomed whilst a resident of Haut de la Garenne –  were guests of Brambell at the Jersey Opera House where they were abused in his dressing room, they tried to alert authorities but were snubbed – only after Brambell died and the gushing tributes from his former employers the BBC died down did their accusations make it to the mainstream press. Unlike Savile, Brambell’s crimes never really saw the light of day beyond blogs and tiny columns by interns at the Telegraph.
In fact, the only celebrated reporter who has taken a serious interest in abuse at Haut de la Garenne was the American author and journalist Leah McGrath Goodman. Unfortunately, she was quashed pretty quickly as her UK visa was rescinded inexplicably in 2012 in spite of her squeaky clean criminal record. It took over a year of campaigns by fellow journalists and petitions to the UK government before she was allowed back in the UK…

Jersey “officers could not access the yacht club registers which would have shown who was present at gatherings.”… reports children were abused on boats

Investigations into claims that police socialised with suspected paedophiles at a Jersey yacht club “came to a dead end”, a former police chief has said.
Graham Power was in charge when the police investigation into historical child abuse began in 2006.
He told Jersey’s abuse inquiry that officers could not access the yacht club registers, which would have shown who was present at gatherings.
Mr Power was suspended in 2008 over his handling of the investigation.

‘Out at sea’

He said there were reports that children were abused on boats.
“I was told that a group of police officers and senior officials, and people who were subsequently associated with paedophile activity, used to meet as a group at the yacht club at the same time and socialise together.
“The reports that things were happening out at sea all seemed to join up into a sort of set of circumstances that merits investigation.”
He told the hearing that during an investigation into the abuse of a sea cadet, a suspect had text messages on his phone to a retired senior police officer asking for advice about the inquiry.
Edward Heath, Jimmy Savile, Haut de la Garenne children's home in Jersey
The predictable but no less damaging message being communicated by UK newspapers who are in bed with Heath’s Conservative party – most notably the Daily Mail – is that Heath is dead and there is no point ‘dragging his name through the mud’. Sadly, the reality is that for figures like Heath who reached the very top of the food chain, the only time their crimes are revealed is when the figures who built a protective wall around them are gone.
Just listen to the Conservative Party Whip Tim Fortescue recall what he had to do for his boss, Edward Heath. Incredibly, he willingly shared this in a talking head segment for the 1995 BBC documentary ‘Westminster’s Secret Service’:
”For anyone with any sense, who was in trouble, would come to the whips and tell them the truth, and say now, I’m in a jam, can you help? It might be debt, it might be a scandal involving small boys, or any kind of scandal in which, erm er, a member seemed likely to be mixed up in, they’d come and ask if we could help and if we could, we did.’
Fortescue died in 2008, and it is no coincidence that the bulk of allegations against Heath came about after his end.
So fuck the Daily Mail. We owe nothing to the dead, their vile secrets, nor their reputations, but we owe an awful lot to the victims of child sexual abuse in the here and now. Operation Conifer should be the start of a comprehensive review of Heath’s crimes, not their polite and quiet conclusion. And we should start with Haut de la Garenne.
Andreas Baader‏ @stop1984
David Anderson QC, Heath’s Chief Reporter for Public Inquiries was on trial for approaching two 14 year old girls with a masochistic sexual request .

Abuse claims: Senior whip ‘would help colleagues’

Footage has emerged of a former Conservative MP suggesting to the BBC in 1995 that party whips might not disclose certain behaviour of colleagues including that “involving small boys.”
Tim Fortescue, who was a senior whip in Sir Edward Heath’s government from 1970-73, claimed that MPs would “come and ask if we could help and if we could, we did”.
In a 1995 BBC documentary, Westminster’s Secret Service, he said the following about what the Whips would do for MPs who were in danger of being mired in scandal:[6]
Fortesque…spending weeks behind the counter in a social security office, as well as with the police and in Walton jail.
He attracted most attention years after he had left politics for his confirmation that the Conservative Whips Office – and no doubt the Labour Party’s also – practised some of the black arts…
As a senior Conservative whip from 1970 until he resigned in September 1973, he helped steer the European Communities Bill through the Commons and stilled doubts about Heath’s various policy U-turns.
in 1945, he worked with the newly formed United Nations Food and Agriculture Organisation until 1947, returning to government service as a magistrate in Kenya 1949-51.
Trustee of Uppingham School 1957-63 and 14 years as Patron and Trustee of the Quest Community in Birmingham, 1971-85.
Having moved to Winchester, he served with his wife, Anthea, as the Development Manager of the Cathedral from 1989 to 1990,helping restore its financial fortunes.
His time with the police was almost as fruitful. He discovered that the Home Office had told officers that letters levelling accusations against them were “privileged” even if the charges turned out to be malicious, and consequently they could not sue for defamation. He had little time to act on his experiences of prison, as within weeks of his stint at Walton the Conservatives won the 1970 election (Fortescue almost doubling his majority) and he was appointed a whip.
a council member of the British Industrial Biological Research Association.
development manager of Winchester Cathedral in 1989-90 and a director of Winchester Cathedral Enterprises. During his retirement years at Winchester he and his wife played an important part in the solution of a financial crisis at the cathedral, and had a major role in the creation of its highly successful visitors’ centre.
Since 1975 he had chaired the British executive committee of the Grenfell Association.
Dame Alun Roberts‏ @ciabaudo
Did you notice what was on the mantlepiece in that video recording of Fortesque?
“Everything in plain sight”
Colette L Annesley‏ @ColetteAnnesley
‘If it involved a scandal with small boys’ 
Note minimising term ‘scandal’ for crimes of child sexual abuse
Wibble MacLumshie‏ @Illbebackinamo
Exactly how many MP’S have a “young boy problem”?
Colette L Annesley‏ @ColetteAnnesley
Ghastly + photograph of Heath. Fortescue ‘We’d store up Brownie Points’ not ‘We reported all #CSA crimes to The Police’ @WiltsPolice #Heath
The late Tory home secretary (and alleged satanist) Willie Whitelaw told the same programme how information was recorded in the black or “dirt” book: “The dirt book is just a little book where you write down various things you know or hear about people that may or may not be true. I think you could make a very good guess what sorts of things it contains.”
Fortescue added that “scandalous stories” were whips’ stock-in-trade. “When you are trying to persuade a member to vote the way he didn’t want to vote on a controversial issue – which is part of your job – it is possible to suggest that perhaps it would not be in his interest if people knew something or other – very mildly.”
Another dead one…
Dame Alun Roberts‏ @ciabaudo

Chester sources tell me that this godly man was a close friend of Peter Morrison, the Puddington paedophile…

Former bishop of Chester investigated over abuse allegations

Victor Whitsey, who died in 1987, would have been interviewed over allegations if he were alive, police say
Law firm says the late Victor Whitsey was ‘almost certainly a prolific abuser of children’
17 October 2017

It was Heath’s prompting that led to the appointment of Whitsey to the see of Chester;who was the first choice of neither of the two archbishops though they both put him on their list; a spare time …

Chester Cathedral
The abusive incidents are said to have occurred when Whitsey was in office, including assaults at Bishop’s House in Chester, and when he was in retirement and living in Lancashire.
The former bishop of Chester, Victor Whitsey, is being investigated 30 years after his death over allegations of sexual abuse in the latest scandal involving high-profile figures in the Church of England.
A lawyer representing four of the alleged victims has claimed the abuse was covered up by the C of E and has called for a independent review.
The allegations date from the late 1970s when Whitsey was bishop of Chester, and in the 1980s after he had retired and was living in the diocese of Blackburn.
The C of E said it had supported a police investigation into allegations of sexual offences against children and adults. The police told the church that, had Whitsey still been alive, he would have been interviewed in relation to 10 allegations. Whitsey died in 1987.
In a statement, the archbishop of York, Dr John Sentamu, and the bishop of Chester, Dr Peter Forster, said: “We are deeply sorry and apologise to those individuals who have come forward to share their account of abuse by a bishop in the Church of England who was in a position of power and authority. We appreciate that it is very difficult for individuals to come forward and to give their account.
“Sexual abuse is a heinous crime – and is an absolute and shameful breach of trust. We acknowledge that for survivors the effects of sexual abuse are lifelong. We are offering pastoral support to all those who have come forward and continue to hold them all in our prayers.”
It added: “The church will consider what lessons can be learned from this case and whether any action needs to be taken as a result of what these inquiries have shown.”
Cheshire police said the allegations related to 13 people, five males and eight females. “The abuse is alleged to have taken place whilst the bishop was living and working in Chester and one incident is reported to have taken place outside the county,” a statement said. The police investigation had spanned 13 months, it added.
Richard Scorer, a specialist abuse lawyer from Slater and Gordon, which represents four of Whitsey’s victims, said: “The abhorrent and disgusting abuse perpetrated by Bishop Whitsey destroyed many lives, driving some to attempt suicide. What is equally abhorrent is that the Church of England knew of his abuse, did nothing to stop it and covered it up. It is crucial that there is now an independent review into Whitsey abuse and who failed to act when they learnt of his heinous behaviour.”
The law firm understands that a complaint was made to the C of E while Whitsey was still serving as bishop of Chester, but it was not passed to police. The church was believed to have been made aware of further allegations following Whitsey’s retirement, but no action was taken.
Slater and Gordon released a statement from one of Whitsey’s alleged victims. It said: “When I met Victor Whitsey I was young, innocent, and naive. I longed for his blessing to achieve my wish of a future as a vicar, serving God and the community. He told me he agreed I had a calling from God. He also told me he had the power to give me everything I wanted in life and the power to take it all away. He then proceeded to abuse me sexually and psychologically. I was powerless to stop him.
“I blamed myself, though I was the only victim and rationalised that it was my fault … I told no one; who would believe a teenage boy’s word against a bishop of the Church of England? I became reclusive and came to the ultimate conclusion. The prospect of ever seeing Victor Whitsey again was so abhorrent to me that I turned my back on my beloved church and my calling to serve God. I self-harmed and have spent a lifetime focusing on resentment and bitterness.
“Twenty years after my abuse, I suffered a complete mental nervous breakdown which included attempted suicide. Because of the sexual abuse I suffered at the hands of Victor Whitsey I lost my faith, my chosen life as a vicar, my self-belief, my freedom from worry and my dignity. Child sex abuse is a crime which stays with you for a lifetime. As a child you don’t understand why or what is happening, but as you grow older you realise the enormity of the abuse and it hurts you all over again – you blame yourself for allowing it – you hate yourself for being weak.
“Since my abuse, not a day has gone by that I have not thought about what happened to me.”
The author of the statement said he hoped there would be a public inquiry “to understand not only what Whitsey did to his victims but to also learn who knew what he was doing, to what extent his actions were intentionally covered up, and who else was complicit in the crimes that he committed, and for which, I continue to suffer every day of my life”.
The church has faced a number of high-profile cases of sexual abuse.
Peter Ball, a former bishop of both Gloucester and Lewes, was jailed in October 2015 for the grooming, sexual exploitation and abuse of 18 vulnerable young men aged 17-25 who had sought spiritual guidance from him between 1977 and 1992. He was released from prison in February after serving 16 months.
A damning independent report, published in June, found that senior figures in the C of E had colluded over a 20-year period with the disgraced former bishop.
The report made harrowing reading, the archbishop of Canterbury, Justin Welby, said. “The church colluded and concealed rather than seeking to help those who were brave enough to come forward. This is inexcusable and shocking behaviour,” he said.
George Carey, a former archbishop of Canterbury who was criticised in the report, resigned as honorary assistant bishop in the diocese of Oxford.
Two years ago, the church issued a formal apology for alleged sexual abuse committed by one of its most senior figures, George Bell, the late bishop of Chichester, who died 57 years ago. It also settled a civil claim brought against Ball by a survivor.
However, critics accused the church of acting improperly and without sufficient evidence, saying Bell’s “condemnation as a paedophile” had irreparably damaged his reputation.
George Bell Group
Chris Stacey‏ @chrisstacey1
Is it appropriate for Lord Carey, former Archbishop of Canterbury to be a named supporte of this group, given his actions in respect of Bishop Ball?
Yet another paedophile from the Royal Artillery – Rev Victor Whitsey
Royal Artillery:
PIE leader Lieutenant Peter Righton 1944-48
Major William van Straubenzee 1943-47
Edward Heath 1941 -47
Trevor Denby Lloyd-Hughes 1945
Reginald Prentice 1943
Victor Whitsey 1939-1942
Whitsey – a Royal Army chaplain
The force identified 13 adult and child alleged victims – five male and eight female – of the late Bishop of Chester Victor Whitsey between 1974 and 1981.
Its report said two victims were aged 13 to 17 and the alleged abuse was carried out in Chester and Lancashire.
A relative, Rachel Whitsey, told the BBC she had no comment to make. The Church of England has apologised.
Bishop Whitsey, who was married with children, retired in 1981 and died in 1987.

‘I’d never let him near children’: Leading child sex abuse expert who investigated said she would not trust former Prime Minister Ted Heath were he alive today

  • Dr Elly Hanson says Ted Heath would not meet ‘modern safeguarding criteria’
  • She hit out at the ‘hostile’ response to police enquiry into the late Prime Minister
  • Compared it to the Harvey Weinstein scandal in being late to surface in media
One of four ‘independent scrutineers’ given full access to secret details of child sex allegations against Sir Edward, Dr Hanson praised the ‘professional, thorough and sensitive’ inquiry.
Dr Hanson said: ‘The hostile response by some to the inquiry into Sir Edward Heath is disappointing. To label everyone who comes forward as fantasist is unfair and unhelpful. It sends completely the wrong message to all victims of sexual abuse.
‘As we have seen in the Weinstein case, if they feel they won’t be listened to they will remain silent.’
It seems the term  fantasist only applies when it’s a VIP allegation
Camille Davis Russo‏ @CDavisRusso
…care homes & prisons. The absolute poorest & at risk members of society. Then to be dismissed by these grandiose predators as “rent boys” or “rough trade”. Should they ever tell? They’re then “fantasists”.
Shy Keenan‏ @ShyKeenan
Anti-Victim Prejudice 
5 Most  Phrases – Child Prostitute – Rentboy – Child Porn – Historical Sex Crimes – Alleged Victim

Cassandra Cogno‏ @CassandraCogno
In the context of  Heath report, the Playland trials 1 2 & 3 1970-1975 raise new questions about the “millionaires, titled & influential” people purchasing runaway boys at Piccadilly Circus and how they escaped trial while the pimps prostituting the children made veiled threats to reveal who their punters were
Mr Justice Clarke was incredulous that Prichodsky & O’Neill hadn’t been charged with sexual offences against boys which Mr Justice Clarke had found so unsatisfactory he’d ignored Prichodsky’s threat about influential people he knew who liked boys
The problem for Heath’s government was that outside UK others were becoming aware of the blackmail potential of Piccadilly’s punters
1973:Germany’s Stern magazine voiced concern for organised crime or hostile foreign security services using info on Piccadilly Circus
Holloway’s Archer & Andrew-Cohen would flex their power of what they knew about who they knew in Playland Trial No 2
All while being observed by South Africa’s Mervyn Harris researching for his book The Dilly Boys in May 1973
Sun & News of the World turned gaze to a brewing scandal involving “call boys” feared to have compromised national security The Sun reported “‘Vice Probe Sensation: Action soon in ‘Top People’ Sex scandal”
The relief amongst certain circles once Princess Anne’s engagement filled Murdoch’s pages must have been palpable
 Was Fortescue aware pimps of Piccadilly Circus prostituting runaway boys were successfully making veiled threats in court cases? 


Who was Edward Heath, what are the paedophile allegations against him and what as the child abuse inquiry report revealed?

What did the report reveal?

Heath would be questioned over allegations that he raped and indecently assaulted boys as young as 10 were he alive today, the controversial police report has said.
A Wiltshire Police investigation, called Operation Conifer, concluded that seven of the claims would have been sufficiently credible to justify questioning Sir Edward, who was prime minister under caution.
The report does not address the question of Sir Edward’s guilt or innocence because the remit of the two-year £1.5 million inquiry was to see whether there was enough evidence to interview the former MP for Bexley, who died at home in Salisbury in July 2005, aged 89.
None of the allegations about which Wiltshire Police would have questioned Sir Edward relate to when he was prime minister, the force said.
The Crown Prosecution Service has a policy of not making a charging decision on a suspect who is dead because they cannot be prosecuted.
The allegations Sir Edward would have been questioned over include rape of a boy aged 11, indecent assault of a 10-year-old boy and the indecent assault of a 15-year-old boy during three “paid sexual encounters”, and are said to have occurred between 1961 and 1992 in the Met Police, Kent, Sussex, the Channel Islands and Wiltshire force areas.
Lord Hunt of Wirral, chairman of the Sir Edward Heath Charitable Foundation, and Lord Armstrong of Ilminster, former Cabinet Secretary, said in a statement: “The Wiltshire Police report is profoundly unsatisfactory because it neither justifies nor dispels the cloud of suspicion.”
The report stressed that “no inference of guilt” should be made from the fact he would have faced questioning.

What were the allegations against Ted Heath?

The 100-page “summary closure report” details 42 allegations made against Sir Edward and categorises them as:
  • Seven alleged victims whose accounts would warrant interviewing him under caution
  • 19 cases where Sir Edward would not have wheelbeen interviewed under caution because of the extent of undermining evidence
  • 10 cases of third party disclosures
  • Three cases of mistaken identity
  • Three complaints made anonymously

Wiltshire Police Heath Report
It’s been a very clever pr exercise. Wilts fuzz shown to be impartial – other forces therefore also -by inference- have done their job – no cover up and nothing conclusive on Heath. He would surely have refuted allegations – had a myriad of cover stories and people to vouch for him. conclusion, no high level abuse – no cover up – just insufficient reliable victim/survivor evidence to pursue. Also iicsa now take over the data – bury it – and besides their ToR aren’t geared to prosecutions or id of perps. Case closed for next 5 years.
Brian P Willmot‏ @BrianWillmot
So what has happened at IICSA after it received a FULL OpCon Report . . zip, nada, f’all . . . Does anyone have any news ? Don’t let this get lost in the fog of time . . . ASK questions . . . !

But … a woman who warned Jersey Police about a child who went missing off Ted Heath’s yacht, has told The London Economic that Jersey police took her statement twice yet Wiltshire police never contacted her.

Heath Report:
Thinksaloud‏ @eerrrrrm

May & Corbyn are both quiet, cos it all stinks – both parties are procedurally complicit &bureaucracy/practice is itself corrupted

Would Heath be questioned 4CSA today? What if he hid behind Official Secrets Act? Would Police still find him? Need Policy review!
  photo vaz20and20heath20probe_zpsmcvxu8nv.jpg
ZED @ZedTrafficker

 MP Vaz asked top cop ‘inappropriate’ questions about Ted Heath sex abuse probe

Oct 7 2017
Wiltshire Police Chief Constable Mr Veale believes Labour MP Mr Vaz wanted “to know the operational detail and reasons for investigating” the former Tory PM
Dame Alun Roberts‏ @ciabaudo:

So Vaz was meddling in Op Conifer around the time he was having unprotected sex with Romanian callboys?

These were the words of Mike Veale in today’s Mail. Words which prompt many questions:
The most pressing question is this: Why did Op Midland under the leadership of Paul Settle make a sudden U-turn re. Leon Brittan?
I am aware that a number of people informed  that Paul Settle had told them he was sure Leon Brittan was a paedophile.
And why, after that U-turn, was praise suddenly heaped on Paul Settle by the likes of Keith Vaz, Richard Henriques and Gerald Howarth?
Paul Settle was so certain Brittan was a paedophile and he said so. So why did he suddenly back down? This stinks to high heaven!


Police to release report on abuse claims against Sir Ted Heath

Oct 4 2017
Cops say Sir Edward is linked to 42 assaults on boys and cover-up goes right to the top
 Baron Reginald Prentice with Ted Heath and Cyril Smith
Baron Reginald Prentice with Ted Heath and Cyril Smith
Reginald Prentice – military service in the”paedoincubator” -the  Royal Artillery in the officer class, serving in Italy and Austria during the second world war.
He gained the rank of 2nd Lieutenant in 1943 in the Royal Artillery.2
Baron Reginald Prentice is pictured with Ted Heath and Cyril Smith – in 1950, Price joined the staff of the Transport & General Workers Union (TGWU), under its formidable leader, Ernie Bevin, Labour’s foreign secretary …. (Henniker-Major was Secretary to the Foreign Secretary Ernest Bevin from 1946 to 1948)
the arrival of alleged Labour moderates, notably a young Oxford graduate called Julian Lewis, to fight on the MP’s behalf. Helped by funding from the Freedom Association (it later emerged), Lewis, now himself the Tory MP for New Forest East and on William Hague’s right briefly won control of the constituency party in late 1976.
Royal Artillery:
PIE leader Lieutenant Peter Righton 1944-48
Edward Heath 1941 -47
Trevor Denby Lloyd-Hughes 1945
Reginald Prentice 1943

Ted Heath ‘abused boys young as 11’: Bombshell police report details 42 assault claims and one ‘rape of underage male’ with two cases linked to ex-premier’s interest in sailing

  • The controversial report into paedophile allegations against Sir Edward Heath includes claims he sexually assaulted boys as young as 11 
  • Some of the more serious allegations are linked to the sailing world 
  • The report will say that seven of the allegations are sufficiently credible to justify questioning Sir Edward under caution were he alive today
Some of the most serious allegations, which include at least one rape and span his five decades as an MP, are linked to the sailing world. The former Prime Minister was a skilled yachtsman.
The report will say that seven of the allegations are sufficiently credible to justify questioning Sir Edward under caution were he alive today. One of the seven is said to involve the rape of an underage boy. Two were linked to his interest in sailing and allegedly occurred in Guernsey and Jersey.
It is thought that at least two of the other seven most serious allegations occurred in Wiltshire, where Sir Edward lived at Arundells, a mansion in Salisbury. It is not known if the alleged crimes happened there.
Two separate allegations are said to have been made by individuals in ‘prominent’ positions today. It is thought they were reporting the alleged abuse of others.
The Mail on Sunday has been told that at least one allegation relates to a boy younger than 11 but we have been unable to confirm this.
And according to one unconfirmed report, some claims refer to the music world – Heath was known as an orchestra conductor.
It is understood that the report rejects three of the main arguments used by Sir Edward’s friends to combat the allegations: that he would have few opportunities to commit such crimes because he couldn’t drive and never owned a car; that for most of his long career he had round-the-clock police protection; and that he was asexual.
The report says Sir Edward’s former police bodyguards said they did not watch him 24 hours a day and that for much of his political life he had no protection at all.
It says he could drive – though bizarrely there is no record of him having had a driving licence – and at various times owned a Rover 2000 and Vauxhall Viva.
And it says former aides said they were certain he did have consenting sexual relationships with adults.
Furthermore, the report says:
  • 42 claims of child sex abuse include at least one rape of an underage boy. Most alleged victims were boys aged 11 to 15;
  • Some were rent boys or from ‘low-life’ backgrounds. Others were boys he encountered elsewhere. Nine of the 42 claims were already on police files, in some cases for decades, but had been dismissed;
  • Allegations date from the mid- 1950s when he was Chief Whip to the 1990s when he was in his 70s;
  • Places where alleged crimes occurred are generally referred to as ‘public places’. At least one is said to have happened in a hotel. Two allegations were made by ‘senior professionals’. Mr Veale is expected to say that he went to great lengths to avoid errors made by other police investigations into historic sex abuse allegations
The inquiry was told by a retired Wiltshire policeman that plans to prosecute an individual in the 1990s were dropped when the person threatened to claim in court that they had procured rent boys for Sir Edward.
Mr Veale recruited eight of Britain’s most senior retired detectives to boost the 24-strong Wiltshire Police inquiry.
Mr Veale is expected to give a robust response to those who say it is pointless to investigate a dead man on the grounds that he can never be put in the dock, arguing that police have a special duty to probe alleged corruption in high places. Conifer was set up in the wake of the Jimmy Savile scandal.
No victims are referred to by name in the 100-page inquiry summary to honour a pledge of lifetime anonymity – although they are included in the full 350-page report given to the Home Office and the Independent Inquiry into Child Sexual Abuse (IICSA).
This newspaper has been told the report lists the allegations against Sir Edward, who died aged 89 in 2005, in five categories:
1. Seven ‘victims’ whose accounts would warrant interviewing him under caution, including the alleged rape of a boy.
2. Sixteen ‘vulnerable’ cases whose accounts fall just short of similar action due to an ‘element of undermining evidence’, including fading memory.
3. Ten cases including ‘third parties’ – complainants who said others had been abused by Sir Edward but not themselves. When police tracked down the alleged victims in these cases they gave the same account, but named other individuals as being the person who had been abused. It is thought that they wanted to expose Sir Edward without admitting he had assaulted them. It includes people who are married with children and want to put the matter behind them but felt compelled to act as well.
4. Six cases including one individual who is to be prosecuted over three bogus claims. Three others withdrew complaints.
5. Three complaints were made anonymously.
Why haven’t the 42 allegations come to police attention before?
A Several did but were dismissed as bogus. Mr Veale reopened complaints buried in police files. The report says some did not complain at the time because they feared they would be ignored in an age when such complaints against VIPs were rarely investigated.
Q If only seven ‘victims’ would warrant police action, are the others bogus?
A Not necessarily. Police erred on the side of caution, and at least two were left out of the top category at the last minute.
Q What happens now?
The Independent Inquiry into Child Sexual Abuse said last month it is to study whether the report has any relevance to claims of an historic Westminster child sex ring and allegations of a cover-up involving Government Whips.
Police: If Ted Heath was alive today we’d quiz him under caution on child abuse claims
  • Operation Conifer inquiry into Edward Heath will be made public on October 5
  • Findings will reveal about 40 people made paedophile claims against Sir Edward
  • Chief Constable Mike Veale’s report will say seven of which are ‘credible’ claims
  • Sir Edward died in 2005 aged 89 – if alive today he’d be interviewed under caution, says the MoS
Child sexual abuse claims made against Sir Edward Heath by seven of his alleged victims are serious enough that police would have questioned him under caution if he were still alive.
That is the astonishing verdict of a controversial two-year investigation into the former Tory Prime Minister, The Mail on Sunday can reveal.
The explosive findings of the Operation Conifer inquiry into Sir Edward, led by Wiltshire Chief Constable Mike Veale, will be made public on October 5. It is believed the findings will reveal that about 40 people made paedophile claims against Sir Edward, who died in 2005 aged 89, covering five decades.
According to Whitehall sources, Mr Veale’s report will say seven of the alleged victims are ‘credible’ and describe the same pattern of behaviour by their ‘abuser’.
A Government source said an ‘interview under caution’ is, in effect, the strongest action that Mr Veale could recommend with regard to Sir Edward.
After an ‘interview with caution’ police would send a file to the Crown Prosecution Service, which would decide whether to prosecute. ‘It was never the task of Operation Conifer to decide whether Sir Edward was guilty, and clearly there was never any question of recommending prosecution in this case,’ a Government source said.
According to Whitehall sources, Mr Veale’s report will say seven of the alleged victims are ‘credible’ and describe the same pattern of behaviour by their ‘abuser’.
A Government source said an ‘interview under caution’ is, in effect, the strongest action that Mr Veale could recommend with regard to Sir Edward.
After an ‘interview with caution’ police would send a file to the Crown Prosecution Service, which would decide whether to prosecute. ‘It was never the task of Operation Conifer to decide whether Sir Edward was guilty, and clearly there was never any question of recommending prosecution in this case,’ a Government source said.
An ‘interview under caution’ usually takes place at a police station with the consent of the accused. If they refuse to attend, they can be arrested.
Mr Veale’s report will say testimonies by around a dozen more ‘victims’ cannot be relied on because they may have been ‘damaged’ by their experiences; a further dozen involve so called ‘third party’ allegations, where people have come forward to describe the alleged abuse of others.
A number of claims have been dismissed as bogus or fantasy.
Mr Veale has faced fierce criticism from senior Tories and mandarins who worked for Heath when he was in power in the 1970s.
They have accused police of wasting £2 million of public money on the inquiry, claiming the allegations are ‘fantasy’. Others said it would have been impossible for Sir Edward to commit such crimes when for much of his career he was accompanied by police protection. Only last week, former Director of Public Prosecutions Lord Macdonald said Mr Veale’s investigation was a ‘tragi-comedy of incompetence’.
But Mr Veale received a major boost yesterday as two fellow senior police chiefs, who are thought to have been briefed on progress by Operation Conifer, fired a warning shot at his powerful detractors.
Norfolk Chief Constable Simon Bailey, who supervises all UK historic child sex investigations, and Durham Chief Constable Mike Barton, who supervises national police operations, cautioned against attempts to ‘undermine’ Mr Veale.
In a statement to the MoS they stressed police must be able to investigate ‘without fear or favour’, adding: ‘They should be able to carry out investigations with complete independence without commentary which threatens to undermine the process.
‘While we await the findings of the Sir Edward Heath inquiry, it would be wrong to speculate on its content or the actions of individuals who have conducted the investigation.’
It was vital that police were given the funds ‘to conduct what can be complex and time-consuming inquiries’, they added.
The Mail on Sunday can also disclose that earlier this year a review of Mr Veale’s inquiry was undertaken by HM Inspectorate of Constabulary, which ruled it was ‘reasonable and proportionate’.
In another apparent vote of confidence in Mr Veale, Home Secretary Amber Rudd last week signed off a £1.1 million payment to help fund the investigation into Sir Edward – a blow to Tory MPs who wanted her to refuse to pay. Significantly, she signed off the payment shortly after receiving a summary of Mr Veale’s findings.
The Independent Inquiry into Child Sexual Abuse also said it would study Mr Veale’s findings after being briefed on his report.
Mr Veale’s view that allegations against Sir Edward would be serious enough to justify interrogation under caution were he alive is likely to spark a major row and calls for him to resign by some Tories convinced Sir Edward is innocent. A similar investigation into claims of a Westminster child sex ring involving 1980s Home Secretary Leon Brittan and others, by the Metropolitan Police – Operation Midland – collapsed last year after it was revealed the key claims were made by a fantasist. But there have also been allegations of an Establishment cover-up.
Conservative MP Andrew Bridgen, who has staunchly defended ‘courageous and honest’ Mr Veale, said: ‘Having set up the inquiry it would have been appalling if the Government had refused to pay for it.
‘Mr Veale must be allowed to present his findings free of abuse or intimidation, and that includes my fellow Conservative MPs. Just because Operation Midland was a failure does not mean Operation Conifer should be ignored.
‘There are powerful forces in the Establishment that always want to cover things up.’
This newspaper revealed in February that Mr Veale believed some of the claims concerning Sir Edward were ‘120 per cent’ genuine.
james reeves‏ @reeves39

what i want to know whose decision was it to keep full conifer report on edward heath,confidetial,

Dame Alun Roberts‏ @ciabaudo

Time to move on to next question: Were any of those who defended Heath in press recently complicit in his crimes?

I’m beginning to worry about ‘Lord’ Armstrong’s role in this sordid saga…
Robert Armstrong, now busy defending Edward Heath, was also busy in Oct. 1980. Defending – believe it or not – Peter Hayman!

^  No wonder Armstrong defends Heath? (from the Heath book)
Savile and Heath
Andreas Baader‏ @stop1984

Who supplied Edward Heath with victims, did he abuse with others, who protected him. Will they try and put a firewall around him like Savile

james reeves‏ @reeves3915
too many politicans and other important people jumping on the band wagon to defend child sex abuser edward heath, as well as leon brittan
Dame Alun Roberts‏ @ciabaudo
It would appear Barbara Hewson and her sharks are now circling @reeves3915 What a sick woman! What is in it for her?

What will St Bono’s wife say about him partying with two teenage girls?

Bono – real name Paul Hewson – took a holiday to the South of France with his long-time friend and drinking companion Simon Carmody, a musician and former member of Irish band Golden Horde.
Former President George W. Bush, left, presents a medal of Distinguished Citizenship to Bono

George W. Bush presents Bono with a medal for his humanitarian work fighting HIV/AIDS and poverty, sealing their unlikely friendship

Bono the first recipient of George W. Bush Medal for Distinguished Leadership
The Irish rocker and the Republican former President struck up an unlikely friendship over a decade ago.
The pair pictured together last year when Bono went to visit Bush at his Crawford ranch
Last year Bush posted a picture of himself at his Crawford, Texas ranch with Bono, and joked that his singing was merely ‘decent.’

Who Is Ireland’s Barbara Hewson? Age of Consent to 13, Murder, and Bono. 1498 Til Now


…I believe that the Sunday Times has defamed me, an issue that could have been easily avoided by some basic research as nearly all the documentation I have referred to is already in the public domain.
I expect both clarification and suitable retractions to appear in the next edition of the Sunday Times.
Regarding our conversation, it is surprising that your article does not mention that the Heath government was covertly concealing evidence of sexual crimes committed by Conservative MPs against minors, as confirmed by the Chief Whip at the time, Tim Fortescue, on the BBC TV interview of 1995, which was repeated in 2014. I wrote to the BBC`s Director General, Lord Hall, who confirmed that a copy of this film had been submitted to the IICSA in 2014.
If you would like copies of key documents, please let me know. It is only fair that you should have all the true facts and evidence before you.
Yours sincerely,
Robert Green’
13 July 2017
There are two things you can guarantee when sexual abuse of children surfaces as an issue.
The first is that certain media commentators start talking about mob hysteria and witchhunts (Iain Martin – Telegraph, Matthew Parris – Times, Charles Moore – Telegraph, David Aaronovitch – Times).
The second is they smear the messenger
Patrick‏ @PBateman2011
Are you an establishment figure with a problem? Perhaps as Tim Fortescue said “a problem with small boys?” No problem, our presstitutes at the Times are experts in smearing police investigations and writing hit pieces. Please contact  
Classic deflection tactics. Modus operandi is clear. The Aaronovitch/Kamm/MSM smear playbook: attack their credibility; call them a conspiracy theorist; link them to Russia; question financial motives.

Top Tory slaps down police chief claims that Edward Heath was a Paedophile

Malcom Rifkind (second from left) at the Carlton Club

TORY grandee Sir Malcolm Rifkind dismissed new child sex abuse claims against Sir Edward Heath yesterday as “unsubstantiated gossip”.

LazerLight‏ @Lazer_Light23
Wasn’t Rifkind the cousin of Leon Brittan and also in business with John Chilcot 1998?
UnaPooper‏ @TheUnapooper
^ The Express article leaves out the fact that Rifkind was a cousin of Leon Brittan and his friend sold guns to child murderer Thomas Hamilton
Dame Alun Roberts‏ @ciabaudo
Malcolm Rifkind, why did your mate give guns to a known paedophile?
Sài Gòn Séamus‏ @SaiGonSeam
Wonder what interest Malcolm, overseer of British spies & cousin of Leon Brittan has in this? I’m sure the dunblane massacre has no bearing.
Tom Minogue‏ @MinogueTom
Billy Burns will have to wait till 2096 to see his submissions to the Dunblane Public Inquiry re freemasonry. Bet he can’t wait. I know I can’t. Can you? 
Truthseeker1‏ @thewakeupcall09
Malcolm Rifkind knew nothing about child sex abuse at QVS

Since engineering the successfully-staged Exaro News “discrediting” and shutdown, THEY have been hugely busy “discrediting” and threatening survivors of elite paedophiles…
– “Discrediting” & dismissing Richard Kerr
– “Discrediting” & threatening Lord Janner’s accusers
– “Discrediting” & threatening Esther Baker
– And now “discrediting” & threatening “Nick”
Jolly well done, boys & girls of the dark arts!
By deceiving, undermining, misleading, misreporting, betraying, intimidating and threatening survivors of child sexual abuse, you have covered up one of the sickest secret’s of the post-war British governing class.
But make no mistake, retired and serving government paedophiles and their powerful allies: In this long war for justice, your shallow victories will prove fleeting.
We know who you are and we have the evidence. Soon the whole world will know you for who you really are.
Truthseeker‏ @thewakeupcall09:

Ted Heath’s friend and former Chairman of the Conservative Party

Ted Heath and Lord Peter Carrington at an election conference at Conservative Central Office in London, October 9th 1974.

Will Great Britain’s pedophile scandal bring down Lord Carrington ?

National child sex abuse inquiry to consider Edward Heath probe reports

9 Sept 2017
The national child sex abuse inquiry will consider police reports of the investigation into Sir Edward Heath.
The Wiltshire Police probe, called Operation Conifer, was launched in 2015 after Sir Edward was named as a suspect in an investigation into historical child sex abuse.
There are currently 13 arms to the inquiry, scrutinising areas of public life ranging from local authorities to Westminster for child protection failings.
On August 30 it opened core participant applications for the Westminster investigation.
A spokesman for the Independent Inquiry into Child Sexual Abuse (IICSA) said: “In the context of the Westminster investigation, the Inquiry will be interested to see and consider the outcome of Wiltshire Police’s investigation into allegations against Sir Edward Heath.
“The Inquiry’s remit is institutional failure to protect children and the Inquiry is unlikely to need to examine whether allegations of abuse made against any particular parliamentarian are true during the course of its work.
Credne’s Cod Peace‏ @CrednesCodPeace
I wonder whether the Home Office employees currently seconded to CSA will be the ones who end up considering it.

Dame Alun Roberts‏ @ciabaudo

This is how the Establishment looks after itself!

Met Police payouts to Lords over child abuse claims

02 September 2017
The Metropolitan Police Service has paid compensation to retired field marshal Lord Bramall and the family of the late Lord Brittan 
The Met has not revealed the amount paid but it is reported to be £100,000.
Here’s another one for ‘Lady’ Brittan and her family: The most sexualised child he had ever seen!
I look forward to when Leon Brittan’s offending and subsequent cover-up of the Dickens Dossier is exposed…..

Teen rent boy VANISHED after spying on VIP paedo ring

A TEENAGE rent boy sent to investigate a VIP paedo ring vanished after being asked to photograph the orgies.
A newspaper gave the lad a camera after he volunteered to expose the high-class perverts abusing youngsters at sex parties in the early 1980s.The lad named then-Home Secretary Leon Brittan as an attendee at the parties.But he disappeared hours after starting his probe – and was never seen again.The investigation was launched by journalists on a Sunday newspaper after a panicked late-night phone call from a different rent boy, who told reporters he feared for his life because a policeman tasked with protecting him had been ordered to close the case.In a shocking hour-long cry for help, he had told the newsmen: “Please, please help me. I’m in terrible danger. They will know I’ve been talking to the police.”Sobbing, he went on: “You cannot imagine what they will do to me if I’m caught. I have seen what they have done to others.”Reporters working on the 1980s case last week recalled they had no doubts the caller’s fears were real.The lad told them how he had become a rent boy working in London’s Leicester Square having arrived in the capital some years earlier.He began attending what he called “sex parties” in luxury houses and flats, and described the guests as “important, wealthy people, some very well-spoken”.He said he and other rent boys would be sent messages telling them when and where to wait for a car that would arrive and take them to a party.There would be good food and drink on offer for the lads – some of who were “quite young”, the worker said.He said he had no idea where the other lads came from, although some were runaways.When reporters pressed him about who the adults were attending these parties, the lad said they included MPs, and added: “Leon Brittan, he’s the Home Secretary.”Many other important men were present, but he said he didn’t know names.Some jetted in to an airfield on the outskirts of London – possibly RAF Northolt – and some of the UK-based men would fly abroad to join in orgies there. The teen said he thought Belgium was one destination.But one night he witnessed something – he wouldn’t say what – that left him fearing for his own and other boys’ safety.It was those fears that led to him contacting detectives at the Metropolitan police, sparking the investigation that had just collapsed when he contacted reporters.
It was in that first conversation with journalists at the Sunday Mirror that he said a detective had told him that the investigation had been stopped.“He told me that he’d been ordered to stop the investigation and could do nothing to help me,” the teen said.The boy then gave reporters the detective’s name and his direct telephone number.But when the paper called up, the detective said: “Don’t ever ring or try to contact me again.”The reporter said he knew Leon Brittan was involved and asked to meet up – but that terrified the policeman.“Look please – go away,” he said. “Don’t tell anyone you have spoken to me. I’ve been ordered to stop the investigation. All my files are gone.”Asked who had ordered the investigation stopped, he said: “The very top. It comes from there right down to my boss.“It has been made clear to me my job is on the line, my whole career. Please, leave me alone.”And he hung

Dame Alun Roberts‏ @ciabaudo

The Met should NOT have paid out to Bramall and Britain until @InquiryCSA have completed their investigations!

If only part of what Tim Tate writes about Leon Brittan in his submission to  is correct, why payout to ‘Lady’ Brittan?

Paedophile Information Exchange: Leon Brittan ‘opposed banning pro-child sex campaign group‘
New papers show MP Geoffrey Dickens begged the late Home Secretary to outlaw the Paedophile Information Exchange – but his plea was rebuffed

A former senior detective has said police received allegations of child sex abuse made against Sir Edward Heath in 2001 – while the former prime minister was still alive.

The alleged victims were unhappy with Scotland Yard’s response, it is claimed.
An alleged victim, a woman, was interviewed by Clive Driscoll. He was then a detective inspector and in 2012 secured convictions against Stephen Lawrence’s murderers. He retired last year having reached the rank of detective chief inspector.
Driscoll told the Guardian the woman he interviewed said she had been abused as a child by a group of people, including Heath on multiple occasions: “The person was 100% sure they were talking about Ted Heath. She totally believed what she was saying and that’s where the investigation starts, not where it stops.”
The woman claimed the abuse happened at a time after Heath had served as prime minister. Driscoll said others made similar abuse allegations, but he was not asked to take statements from them.
Driscoll said those close to people who said they were attacked by Heath were unhappy with the police response to their claims.
Driscoll was picked for the task of interviewing the complainant, having been moved off a child sex abuse investigation in Lambeth, south London, after unearthing claims a Labour party figure may have been involved.
On Tuesday night there was no comment from the Metropolitan police.
Corbyn Conundrum‏ @Jigsawman2014
Never forget Proctor was found guilty and jailed for underage sex. Like Jonathan King he’s an unrepentant paedophile.
Rusbridger’s Ghost‏ @JamesRusbridger
Harvey Proctor’s headache

Harvey Proctor’s legal threat to child sex abuse probe: Former MP threatens High Court challenge if his ‘fantasist’ accuser is given special legal status

30 Aug 2017
  • Former Member of Parliament Harvey Proctor said he would bring a costly judicial review if anonymous man known only as ‘Nick’ is given privileged access
  • He said it would be wrong to make the suspected fantasist a ‘core participant’
  • Northumbria Police brought into prove claims ‘Nick’ invented lurid allegations

Met police ‘lost’ two interviews with Nick about Edward Heath

February 8 2018
Scotland Yard has been unable to locate some of the interviews detectives conducted with the alleged fantasist who prompted the VIP child abuse inquiry.
Detectives described claims made by the man known as Nick, who has since been charged with paedophile offences, as “credible and true” after conducting a series of interviews.
However, at least two excerpts, relating to abuse claims that Nick made about the late prime minister Edward Heath, have gone missing, sources said.
It will add to concerns about Operation Midland, the Met’s £2.5 million inquiry into prominent figures that relied on Nick as its sole complainant.


mrs green‏ @mrsgreen99

The VIP Paedophile ring in the UK is one can of worms they want to keep firmly closed. Destroying the victims credibility is the key.

Laffin@Mirror again‏ @veniviedivici
Harvey-Proctor Pleaded Guilty to Gross Indecency in 1987 . . . Harvey Proctor (the spanker) tries to silence IICSA witness !
Dame Alun Roberts‏ @ciabaudo
This Spanker Proctor hasn’t furnished one iota of evidence that Nick is a fantasist, yet insists on dictating terms to @InquiryCSA
HRH Crafty Muvva‏ @craftymuvva
Proctor is in no position whatsoever to start making demands. He has a conviction for assaulting boys under AoC.
Do you think he will hire his long-term friend and former solicitor, the convict Jonathan Denby


Dame Alun Roberts‏ 



Michael Shrimpton Exposes Ted Heath (and others)

Published on Jan 17, 2013

What David Icke has said since 1998 about paedophile and child killing Prime Minister Ted Heath is backed-up here by barrister Michael Shrimpton, an Intelligence and national security consultant, from his own contacts and inside experience

Michael Shrimpton says that Prime Minister Heath (1916–2005) was a paedophile who murdered his young boy victims or had others do it, often by throwing them into the sea after Heath had abused them on his yacht. The record-breaking paedophile and BBC ‘star’ Jimmy Savile supplied boys for Heath – many of them from the Jersey children’s home, Haut de la Garenne, with the support of those who ran the home. These facts were covered up by Heath Cabinet Secretary John Hunt, Baron Hunt of Tanworth, who Shrimpton says was also a paedophile. Hunt was appointed by the Queen to be a Companion, Knight Commander and Knight Grand Cross of the British Order of chivalry known as the The Most Honourable Order of the Bath of which the Queen is the head and Prince Charles the Grand Master. Hunt was also given a Papal Knighthood by Pope John Paul II – so was Jimmy Savile who was also knighted by the Queen. Jimmy Savile was a close friend of Lord Mountbatten, Prince Philip and Prince Charles from the 1960s and this continued for decades AFTER the cover up of Heath’s paedophilia and child murder in league with Savile. You mean they didn’t KNOW? Is someone having a laugh? British Intelligence didn’t know? Ditto. What’s more … AFTER the Heath-Savile cover up, Savile became such a close friend of Heath’s successor and Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher and her husband Denis that he was invited to be with them on New Year’s Eve every year for more than a decade. Thatcher’s government and circle of associates and aides was alive with paedophiles including Chester MP Peter Morrison, a close aide to Thatcher from 1975 to 1990. He was a notorious paedophile, well known to colleagues and the media, and yet Thatcher and her Cabinet and inner circle did NOTHING while he was abusing boys in North Wales children’s homes and elsewhere. Anyone in that circle MUST have known. Thatcher minister Edwina Currie wrote in her published diaries: ‘One appointment in the recent reshuffle has attracted a lot of gossip and could be very dangerous: Peter Morrison has become the PM’s PPS [Parliamentary Private Secretary]. Now he’s what they call a ‘noted pederast’, with a liking for young boys; he admitted as much to [Conservative Party chairman] Norman Tebbit when he became deputy chairman of the party but added’ ‘However, I’m very discreet’ – and he must be! She [Thatcher] either knows and is taking a chance, or doesn’t; either way, it’s a really dumb move. [Conservative MP] Teresa Gorman told me this evening (in a taxi coming back from a drinks party at the BBC) that she inherited Morrison’s (woman) agent, who claimed to have been offered money to keep quiet about his activities. It scares me as all the press know, and as we get closer to the election someone is going to make trouble, very close to her indeed.’ I named Edward Heath as a serial paedophile and child killer in my book, The Biggest Secret, first published in 1998 — seven years before he died. I also named him and his Chancellor of the Exchequer Anthony Barber as practicing Satanists, as I did the leading members of the royal family. Heath was read what I said by an excuse for a ‘journalist’ days after publication and he did nothing because to do so would have had the truth exposed in court — as it would be now if anyone from the Thatcher cesspit wants a go. Michael Shrimpton mentions Barber in this interview as being in league with Heath and Cabinet Secretary Hunt. If Operations Fairbank and Fernbridge, the police investigations into political and ‘elite’ paedophilia, don’t not make arrests of big political and royal names so they can be questioned under caution then it, too, will be shown to be a cover up given the evidence that mounts all the time. Michael Shrimpton goes on to talk about what he says happened to the abducted little girl Madeleine McCann, the assassination of Princess Diana, the murder of weapons expert David Kelly who could have trashed the lies used to justify the Blair invasion of Iraq, and what Shimpton says was the murder of former British Foreign Secretary Robin Cook. I can’t confirm what he says about Madeleine or Cook but for sure I can with everything else with regard to Heath, Savile and the Conservative Party and government. Nor do I agree with all of his assumptions about who was behind it all, and certainly not that British Intelligence are the ‘good guys’. But it is very interesting information very much worth hearing. Michael Shrimpton is the author of the book, Spyhunter, which he hopes to publish this year.

About butlincat

my butlincats blog: [2 a/cs : pink cat logo is main a/c, winking cat logo is secondary] linkedin -
This entry was posted in Uncategorized and tagged , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink.

2 Responses to CARLTON CLUB MEMBERS – WESTMINSTER PAEDOPHILE RING (PART 1) – Heath, cop Veale on £2million pension – Dacre, D. Mail editor, dines at No. 10 etc – MICHAEL SHRIMPTON EXPOSES TED HEATH – VIDEO

  1. butlincat says:

    Thursday, 5 January 2017


  2. butlincat says:

    Apr 12
    Michael Shrimpton: Appeal judgement + “Olympic bomb #hoax barrister fails in disbarment appeal” 12 April 2019 … #MichaelShrimpton #justice #humanrights #framed #Anonymous #police #corruption


Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Logo

You are commenting using your account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.