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Pedophile circle with connections to the Parliament and Downing Street no. 10

Questions from MP Watson asking for an evidence file of the 1990s -- a list with 100 highly ranked suspected criminal pedophiles -- the case of Savile -- the circle of Thatcher government --

Handing list to PM Cameron, 9 November 2012
Handing list to PM Cameron, 9 November 2012 [1]

by Michael Palomino (2010)



Also in England - like in the 1990s in Basel in Switzerland with "Animal Circle" - a huge suspicion is coming up about a pedophile circle, this time with connections up to the English Parliament and to the seat of government Downing Street no. 10.

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Questions from MP Watson asking for an evidence file of the 1990s:

25 October 2012: <British paedophile ring 'protected by Parliament and Downing Street'>

from: Belfast Telegraph: British Paedophile Ring Protected By Parliament and Downing Street; 25 October 2012;

<MP Tom Watson demands probe.

Thursday, 25 October 2012

A powerful paedophile network may have operated in Britain protected by its connections to Parliament and Downing Street, a senior Labour politician suggested yesterday.

Speaking from the back benches of the House of Commons, Tom Watson, the deputy chairman of the Labour Party, called on the Metropolitan Police to reopen a closed criminal inquiry into paedophilia.

Indicating his anxiety that there had been an establishment cover-up, Mr Watson referred to the case of Peter Righton, who was convicted in 1992 of importing and possessing illegal homosexual pornographic material.

Righton, a former consultant to the National Children's Bureau and lecturer at the National Institute for Social Work in London, admitted two illegal importation charges and one charge of possessing obscene material. He was fined £900.

At Prime Minister's Questions, Mr Watson said the evidence file used to convict Righton "if it still exists, contains clear intelligence of a widespread paedophile ring".

He told a hushed Commons: "One of its members boasts of a link to a senior aide of a former Prime Minister, who says he could smuggle indecent images of children from abroad.

"The leads were not followed up, but if the files still exist, I want to ensure that the Metropolitan Police secure the evidence, re-examine it, and investigate clear intelligence suggesting a powerful paedophile network linked to Parliament and No 10."

In the aftermath of Mr Watson's remarks, media outlets speculated that he was referring to the late former Prime Minister Sir Edward Heath – who was the subject of unsubstantiated rumours about sex with under-age boys – or to Sir Peter Morrison, a former Downing Street aide who died in 1995.

However, The Independent understands that Mr Watson's comments were not aimed at either Sir Edward or Sir Peter, but at a living person associated with Margaret Thatcher's administration.

They are thought to involve the activities of the Paedophile Information Exchange, a pro-paedophile group in existence between 1974 and 1984, which believed there should be no age of consent.

Responding to the remarks, David Cameron said the MP had raised "a very difficult and complex case", adding he was unclear which former Prime Minister Mr Watson was referring to.

Criticising the BBC's record on Savile – who was never caught and died last year aged 84, the Prime Minister said: "These allegations do leave many institutions - perhaps particularly the BBC - with serious questions to answer - I think above all the question, 'How did he get away with this for so long?'."

He told MPs: "The most important thing is that the police investigation is properly resourced and is allowed to continue."

Read more:




6 November 2012: Mentioning Lord McAlpine

Remark in Facebook by David Icke concerning criminal pedophile circle in London Parliament and Downing Street no. 10: Lord McAlpine is said to be one of the culprits.

<David Icke is to name Lord McAlpine as a paedophile on his website today.>

There is a comment on Ickes Facebook web site that also George Bush is one of the culprits:

<Vince Sannuto Another famous pedophile from that book is George Bush. Unlike Saville, hopefully the established media will out Bush before he passes on too.>

The book "The Biggest Secret" (1998) by David Icke

Mr. Icke presents a little text excerpt from his book "The Biggest Secret" (1998)  where details about this criminal paedophile circle in London are told mentioning Lord McAlpine and George Bush senior. There are also indications about satanists in English policy:


The complete book "The Biggest Secret" can be downloaded here:

<This was the same book in which David named former Prime Minister Edward Heath as a paedophile, Satanist and mass child killer seven years before Heath died (a 'journalist' read Heath the text days after publication); the book in which David outed President Father George Bush as a child-killing, child-torturing paedophile; and the book in which he also exposed the Satanism and human sacrifice rituals of the British royal family.
> [web01]

Text excerpt:
<'Another famous paedophile ... in Britain is Lord McAlpine, the former treasurer of Heath’s Conservative Party, and executive of the McAlpine Construction empire. He also followed the late Jimmy Goldsmith as head of the Referendum Party in Britain which was created to hijack the groups opposing the European Union and lead them to glorious failure.

McAlpine, who is heavily involved in a network of Brotherhood secret societies, including the Freemasons, has been publicly named as a paedophile by the investigative magazine, Scallywag ... McAlpine was also named by one of the former residents at the Bryn Alyn Children’s Home in North Wales who said he was forced to have oral sex with him ...

... A close friend of the McAlpines is Willie Whitelaw, a chairman of the Conservative Party. He was also Deputy Prime Minister to Margaret Thatcher, who was ‘minded’ by Whitelaw, the McAlpines, and Sir Geoffrey Howe, during her years as Prime Minister.'> [web01]


A list is coming:

9 November 2012: <Anger over TV 'paedophile list'> - President Cameron "not amused" about list with 100 high ranked suspicious criminal "pedophiles"

from: Belfast Telegraph; 9 Nov. 2012;

<Read more: http://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/news/local-national/uk/anger-over-tv-paedophile-list-16235770.html#ixzz2Bkl8XtTI

TV regulator Ofcom has received around 100 complaints about daytime show

This Morning after presenter Phillip Schofield confronted David Cameron with a list of alleged paedophiles, and is considering whether to launch an investigation.

Schofield handed the Prime Minister a list of names - understood to be Conservative Party figures - during the live show on Thursday, put together from internet rumours.

The "outrageous stunt" was widely criticised by politicians and the presenter was later forced to apologise after the list was briefly exposed on screen.

Rob Wilson, a Conservative MP, reported the ITV1 programme to Ofcom and urged it to investigate whether ITV breached its duty to give individuals a chance to respond before subjecting them to serious allegations on-screen.

The broadcasting regulator is understood to have had around 100 complaints and it will make a decision about whether it should look into the matter within 15 working days. A spokesman for Ofcom said: "We can confirm that we have received complaints about this issue, which we are assessing. No decision has been made at this stage to investigate."

[Cameron's tactics of blaming the list]

After being handed the list, which Schofield had assembled after trawling the internet for three minutes, the Prime Minister warned that internet discussions of an alleged paedophile ring could degenerate into a "witch-hunt" against people who are gay.

Policing and criminal justice minister Damian Green said Schofield's actions were "tasteless and silly".

Speaking on BBC1's Question Time, he said: "What the Prime Minister was warning about is that if we just start plastering names all over the place, of people against whom there may be no evidence, it may well turn into a witch-hunt and clearly because of the attitudes towards gay people at the time, in the 80s, many of them are likely to be on it."

Schofield was absent from the latest edition of This Morning as he and co-host Holly Willoughby hand over presenting duties to Eamonn Holmes and his wife Ruth Langsford each Friday. But the programme team emphasised they were not pointing the finger at anyone in particular.

Langsford reiterated to viewers Schofield's point about a "misjudged camera angle" and she added: "The programme was not accusing anyone of anything."

Read more: http://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/news/local-national/uk/anger-over-tv-paedophile-list-16235770.html#ixzz2BklC4ZBT>


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9 November 2012: Schofield handing list to PM Cameron with 100 high ranked suspicious criminal pedophiles

Handing list to PM Cameron, 9 November 2012
Handing list to PM Cameron, 9 November 2012 [1]

from: Daily Mail: Ofcom considers probe into Schofield's TV clash with Cameron over list of alleged paedophiles after receiving 100 complaints; 9 Nov. 2012;

  • Schofield handed PM a list of names put together from internet rumours
  • The 'outrageous stunt' was widely criticised by politicians
  • Schofield, who did not appear on today's show, was forced to apologise
  • No. 10 condemned the 'trial by Twitter' saying those named on the list will want to defend themselves
  • Mr Cameron accused the ITV programme of fuelling a 'witch-hunt, particularly against people who are gay'
  • Watchdog Ofcom investigating if ITV has broken broadcasting rules

By Leon Watson


TV regulator Ofcom has received around 100 complaints about daytime show This Morning after presenter Phillip Schofield confronted David Cameron with a list of alleged paedophiles, and is considering whether to launch an investigation.

Schofield yesterday handed the Prime Minister a list of names - understood to be Conservative Party figures - during the live show, put together from internet rumours.

The 'outrageous stunt' was widely criticised by politicians and the presenter was later forced to apologise after the list was briefly exposed on screen.

Rob Wilson, a Conservative MP, reported the ITV1 programme to Ofcom and urged it to investigate whether ITV breached its duty to give individuals a chance to respond before subjecting them to serious allegations on-screen.

The broadcasting regulator is understood to have had around 100 complaints by today and it will make a decision about whether it should look into the matter within 15 working days.

A spokesman for Ofcom said: 'We can confirm that we have received complaints about this issue, which we are assessing. No decision has been made at this stage to investigate.'

After being handed the list, which Schofield had assembled after trawling the internet for three minutes, the Prime Minister warned that internet discussions of an alleged paedophile ring could degenerate into a 'witch-hunt' against people who are gay.

Policing and criminal justice minister Damian Green said Schofield's actions were 'tasteless and silly'.

Speaking on BBC1's Question Time last night he said: 'I think the stunt that Phillip Schofield pulled of presenting a list of names he had taken off the internet to the Prime Minister live on television was a tasteless and silly stunt and he should not have done it.

'What the Prime Minister was warning about is that if we just start plastering names all over the place, of people against whom there may be no evidence, it may well turn into a witch-hunt and clearly because of the attitudes towards gay people at the time, in the 80s, many of them are likely to be on it.'

Schofield later apologised, saying: 'If any viewer was able to identify anyone listed, I would like to apologise and stress that was never my intention.

Mr Cameron had agreed to appear on This Morning to talk about dementia, including an event held at Downing Street today where he discuss the issue with TV presenter Fiona Phillips

Mr Cameron had agreed to appear on This Morning to talk about dementia, including an event held at Downing Street today where he discuss the issue with TV presenter Fiona Phillips

'I was not accusing anyone of anything and it is essential that it is understood that I would never be part of any kind of witch-hunt.

'Unfortunately there may have been a misjudged camera angle for a split second as I showed the Prime Minister some information I had obtained from the internet.

'I asked for his reaction to give him the opportunity to make a point which he very clearly made about the dangers of any witch-hunt.'

Asked if the Prime Minister planned to make a complaint to This Morning, his official spokesman said: 'I think the Prime Minister dealt with the issue at the time.'

Schofield was absent from today's edition of This Morning as he and co-host Holly Willoughby hand over presenting duties to Eamonn Holmes and his wife Ruth Langsford each Friday.

But the programme team emphasised they were not pointing the finger at anyone in particular.

Langsford reiterated to viewers Schofield's point about a 'misjudged camera angle' and she added: 'The programme was not accusing anyone of anything.'

Earlier shadow home secretary Yvette Cooper added her voice to condemnation of Schofield's actions.

She told BBC Radio 4's Today programme: 'Clearly the Prime Minister can't be expected to comment on individuals on live television. You can't have this being driven by internet frenzies. What you need is proper criminal investigations to get to the truth.'

Yesterday Tory MP Stuart Andrew denounced the presenter's ambush as 'completely irresponsible and an outrageous stunt'.

Downing Street later defended the decision to launch fresh inquiries into the abuse scandal, insisting 'a number' of serious allegations had been made.

The Prime Minister's official spokesman added: 'Serious allegations have been made about the conduct of the police inquiry and the subsequent public inquiry and it's right we look into those and that's what we are doing.

'I don't want to get into the speculation about particular individuals. The Prime Minister made the point he made yesterday, which is if there are allegations, if there is information about particular individuals, that information should be handed to the police.'

He added: 'People are questioning the conduct of a public inquiry. That is quite a serious thing. As you would expect, we take that seriously. We have not reopened the public inquiry. We have asked an independent person to review the scope and conduct of that inquiry.'>


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9 November 2012: Defense of Lord McAlpine: He never visited education institutions in Wrexham - but dead Jimmy McAlpine could be the culprit well with his car collection

from: The Telegraph: tory Pier Lord McAlpine break silence: 'I did not sexually abuse anyone'; 9 Nov. 2012;

<November 9, 2012

Former Conservative Party treasurer, breaks silence over internet rumours linking him to the North Wales child sex abuse case, describing them as “wholly false and seriously defamatory”

Gordon Rayner
The Telegraph

[Reproach by Steve Messham from Wrexham]

Lord (Alistair) McAlpine’s name circulated widely online after Steve Messham, a former resident of the Bryn Estyn home in Wrexham, told Newsnight he had been abused by a high-ranking Thatcher-era Tory.

After the Guardian newspaper named Lord McAlpine but reported that he had been a victim of mistaken identity, the peer released a strongly-worded statement addressing the “slurs”.

[Had visited Wrexham only once and in company - never saw any children's home - never was in education institutions]

He said he had visited Wrexham “only once” and that was in the company of an agent from Conservative Central Office.

“I have never been to the children’s home in Wrexham, nor have I ever visited any children’s home, reform school or any other institution of a similar nature,” he said.

[McAlpine never wears luxury items]

“I have never stayed in a hotel in or near Wrexham, I did not own a Rolls Royce, have never had a ‘Gold card’ or ‘Harrods card’ and never wear aftershave, all of which have been alleged.

[Another man is the culprit]

“I did not sexually abuse Mr Messham or any other residents of the children’s home in Wrexham.”

He added: "I wish to make it clear that I do not suggest that Mr Messham is malicious in making the allegations of sexual abuse about me. He is referring to a terrible period of his life in the 1970's or 1980's and what happened to him will have affected him ever since.

"If he does think I am the man who abused him all those years ago I can only suggest that he is mistaken and that he has identified the wrong person."

[Another member from McAlpine family - who lived for years near Wrexham]

A local councillor who was also a victim of abuse at Bryn Estyn told The Guardian that he believed a different member of the McAlpine family may have been mistaken for Lord McAlpine.

Several sources have suggested that Mr Messham may have been referring to Jimmie McAlpine, who chaired the building firm Alfred McAlpine Ltd, and who lived in Chester, near Wrexham.

[Mister X. with "several different motor cars" - "wait for him" - dead Jimmie McAlpine with car collection - "called Tom"]

The Waterhouse inquiry into the abuse allegations recorded that, according to Mr Messham’s statement to the police, “X (the letter used to hide the identity of the McAlpine family member) had several different motor cars and would wait for him at the bottom of Bryn Estyn Lane.”

Jimmie McAlpine, who is now dead, had one of the largest private collections of cars in Britain.

Reporters covering the inquiry at the time concluded that Lord McAlpine could not be the person referred to as the abuser because Mr Messham said his abuser was dead, whereas Lord McAlpine is alive. And when a Times reporter put Lord McAlpine’s name to Messham in 1996, he said his abuser was in fact called Tom.

[Another ex-member of children's home only saw a photo not more]

Another boy who originally appeared to corroborate the accusation later confirmed that he had only been shown a photograph of Lord McAlpine by a journalist subsequently, and said this was his sole knowledge of him.

[Lord McAlpine claims that rumors are spreading without control by media agents]

In his statement, Lord McAlpine said: "Over the last several days it has become apparent to me that a number of ill - or uninformed commentators have been using blogs and other internet media outlets to accuse me of being the senior Conservative Party figure from the days of Margaret Thatcher's leadership who is guilty of sexually abusing young residents of a children's home in Wrexham, North Wales in the 1970's and 1980's.

"It has additionally become apparent to me that a number of broadcasters and newspapers have, without expressly naming me, also been alleging that a senior Conservative Party figure from that time was guilty of or suspected of being guilty of the sexual abuse of residents of this children's home.

"It is obvious that there must be a substantial number of people who saw that I had been identified in the internet publications as this guilty man and who subsequently saw or heard the broadcasts or read the newspapers in question and reasonably inferred that the allegation of guilt in those broadcasts and newspapers attached to me....

"I therefore have decided that in order to mitigate, if only to some small extent, the damage to my reputation I must publicly tackle these slurs and set the record straight."

[Cameron concerned about stupid media - and wants to see "the bottom of the allegations"]

Prime Minister David Cameron said he had not seen Lord McAlpine's statement, but said the issue highlighted his concerns about how paedophilia accusations were reported.

Speaking at Carlisle, the PM said: "We must get to the bottom of the allegations that have been made.

"In doing so, all organisations, all politicians, have to be very careful they do not bandy about allegations and names without thinking about the consequences.">


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12.11.2012: Krimineller Pädophiler Jimmy Savile war "Starmoderator" bei BBC und wurde von der BBC bis zu seinem Tod gedeckt

12 November 2012: Criminal pedophile Jimmy Savile was "star moderator" with BBC and was protected by BBC until he died

aus / from: 20 minuten online: Missbrauchsskandal: Weitere BBC-Newschefs nehmen den Hut; 13.11.2012;

<Nach dem Rücktritt des BBC-Direktors George Entwistle lassen die Nachrichtenchefin des britischen Senders sowie deren Stellvertreter ihre Ämter ruhen.

Die Krise beim britischen Radio- und TV- Sender BBC zieht weitere Kreise: Nach dem Rücktritt von Generaldirektor George Entwistle lassen die Nachrichtenchefin des britischen Senders sowie deren Stellvertreter ihre Ämter ruhen.

Das teilte der BBC-Medienkorrespondent Torin Douglas am Montag in London mit. Nachrichtenchefin Helen Boaden und ihr Stellvertreter Steve Mitchell hätten ihre Aufgaben bis auf Weiteres an Kollegen übertragen.

Beide seien angesichts laufender Untersuchungen zur Zurückhaltung von Informationen im Fall des verstorbenen BBC-Starmoderators Jimmy Savile, der hunderte Kinder missbraucht haben soll, zum Rücktritt aufgefordert worden.

Kindsmissbrauch vorgeworfen

Der Sendung «Newsnight» wird vorgeworfen, entsprechende Hinweise auf Savile zurückgehalten zu haben. Die BBC hatte im Oktober einräumen müssen, dass Savile Kinder missbraucht hatte. Savile ist vergangenes Jahr gestorben, war aber offensichtlich bis nach seinem Tod durch die BBC gedeckt worden.

Am Samstagabend war bereits BBC-Chef George Entwistle zurückgetreten. Auslöser dafür war ein unzutreffender Bericht über einen anderen Missbrauchsskandal. Der Sender hatte Anfang November eine Sendung ausgestrahlt, in der ein Politiker der britischen Konservativen fälschlicherweise des Kindesmissbrauchs in einem Kinderheim beschuldigt wurde.

Entwistle war erst vor acht Wochen zum Generaldirektor der BBC ernannt worden. Der Chef des BBC-Weltdienstes, Tim Davie, übernimmt nun die Leitung des Senders, bis ein Nachfolger für Entwistle gefunden ist.


<After the demission of BBC Director George Entwistle there is more action: News Director of the British radio and TV station and her substitute are not working at the moment.

This crises with British radio and TV station BBC is developing it's own drive: After the demission of General Director George Entwistle also News Director of the British station and her substitute are not working at the moment.

This was indicated by the BBC media correspondent Torin Douglas this Monday in London. News DIrector Helen Boaden and her substitute Steve Mitchel had given their work to other staff members until there is another change in the affair.

Both were asked to show reluctance in giving information concerning the current investigation in the case of the BBC star moderator Jimmy Savile who has died recently and who is said having abused hundreds of children.

Child abuse is the susicion

Broadcast "Newsnight" is reproached having concealed corresponding indications. BBC had to avow in October that Savile had abused children. Savile died last year, but as it seems he was covered and protected by BBC until his death.

Saturday evening BBC boss George Entwistle has resigned. Trigger for this had been another scandal about child abuse. In the beginning of November BBC had beamed a broadcast in which a politician of British Conservatives had been charged wrongly of child abuse in a children's home.

Entwistle had been named to be General Director of BBC only eight weeks ago. The boss of BBC world service, Tim Davie, is taking over the general management of the station now until there is found a successor for Entwistle.




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14 November 2012: <Former BBC local radio presenter charged with sexually abusing underage boys>
  • Michael Souter charged with 18 offences relating to young boys plus an offence against a man and one against a woman between 1979 and 1999
  • Souter says he 'strenuously denies' and will 'vigorously defend' claims

from: Dail Mail online; 14 November 2012;

<A former BBC employee has been charged with sexual offences against children.

Michael Souter, from Loddon, Norfolk, has been charged with 18 offences relating to young boys, plus an offence against a man and one against a woman.

Mr Souter is accused of 10 indecent assaults on a boy under the age of 16 and six sex offences with a boy under 16.

Norfolk Police said the offences date back to between 1979 and 1999 and happened in Norfolk.

Mr Souter, 59, who formerly worked as a presenter for BBC Radio Norfolk, is due before Norwich Magistrates' Court on November 30.

Souter issued a statement which read: 'This is the third time that Norfolk Police have investigated these alleged offences, which I strenuously deny and will vigorously defend.

'On both previous occasions, the Crown Prosecution Service advised against making charges. It has taken Norfolk police nearly 20 years and two years in the current investigation to get to this stage using methods that are now subject to a judicial review in the High Court.

'For that reason, plus the fact I have now been charged, you will understand that I cannot go into detail.

'My close friends have been a tower of strength during what has been an extremely difficult period and I cannot thank them enough for their support.

'I would just ask that nobody jumps to any conclusions and I look forward to being able to prove my innocence and get on with my life.'

Souter now runs a media consultancy.

He was born and brought up in Scotland and attended the Britannia Royal Naval College in Dartmouth as a scholarship entrant in 1970.

He began his media career at Radio Clyde as a reporter before moving to the BBC, where he spent nine years producing and presenting programmes for radio and television.

He also has a home in Spain.>


BBC als Pädophilenzentrum?

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15.11.2012: <BBC-Affäre: Jetzt sind es schon 450 Opfer von Jimmy Savile>

15 November 2012: <BBC Affair: Now Over 450 Victims by Jimmy Savile>

from / aus: 20 minuten online; 15.11.2012; translation by Michael Palomino;

<Es ist alles noch viel schlimmer: Der Missbrauchsskandal um BBC-Moderator Jimmy Savile betrifft nicht nur 300, sondern rund 450 Kinder. Zudem wurde ein weiterer Mann verhaftet.

Der Kindesmissbrauchsskandal um den verstorbenen BBC-Moderator Jimmy Savile erreicht immer schrecklichere Dimensionen. Die Zahl der Opfer sei auf 450 gestiegen, teilte die britische Polizei am Donnerstag mit. Zuvor war bereits von mehr als 300 Opfern die Rede gewesen.

Savile, früher Moderator von «Top of the Pops», und andere sollen sich über Jahre hinweg an jungen Menschen vergangen haben. Die Taten sollen zum Teil auf dem Sendergelände der britischen BBC geschehen sein.

Scotland Yard teilte zudem mit, man habe einen weiteren Verdächtigen im Missbrauchsskandal festgenommen. Es handle sich dabei um einen Mann um die 60. Es ist die vierte Festnahme in dem Fall.

Auf freiem Fuss

Zuvor waren bereits der 69 Jahre alte TV-Comedian Freddie Starr, der 68-jährige Rocker Gary Glitter sowie ein weiterer Mann festgenommen und von der Polizei befragt worden. Alle drei sind inzwischen gegen Kaution wieder auf freiem Fuss.

Jimmy Savile kann nicht mehr zur Verantwortung gezogen werden. Er starb bereits 2011. Erst im Oktober dieses Jahres wurden die Vorwürfe bekannt.


<It's all much worse: The scandal about child abuse about BBC moderator Jimmy Savile concerns not only 300, but more than 450 children. Add to this one more person was captured.

Child abuse scandal about died BBC moderator Jimmy Savile is reaching always more terrible dimensions. The number of victims had risen to 450. This communicated police on Thursday. Before the indication was more than 300 victims.

Savile had been moderator of "To of the Pops", and others also are said having abused children over years. The criminal actions are said also having been performed on BBC territories.

Scotland Yard also informed that there had been captivated one more suspect, a man of about 60 years. This is the fourth captivation in this case.

Free on bail

Before 69 years old TV comedian Freddie Starr had been captivated and asked, and the same had been with 68 years old rocker Gary Glitter and with a third man. All three are free for on bail at the moment.

Jimmy Savile cannot be torn to justice any more. He died in 2011. ONly in October of this year the reproaches were known in public.




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16.11.2012: <Entschädigung für Falschbericht: BBC zahlt McAlpine aus> - 185.000 Pfund

16 Nov. 2012: <Compensation for wrong report: BBC pays McAlpine> - 185,000 Pounds

aus: n-tv online; 16.11.2012; translation by Michael Palomino;

<Die BBC ist darum bemüht, die Krise des Senders rasch vom Tisch zu bekommen. Mit dem Tory-Politiker McAlpine kommt es schnell zu einer Einigung über Entschädigung. Damit dürften die juristischen Folgen des Falschberichts über Kindesmissbrauch ausgestanden sein. Neues gibt es aber auch in den Ermittlungen um Missbrauchsfälle innerhalb der BBC.

Nach dem falschen BBC-Bericht über die angebliche Verwicklung eines Politikers in einen Kindesmissbrauchsskandal zahlt der Sender Entschädigung. Der Tory-Politiker Alistair McAlpine erhält 185.000 Pfund, wie die BBC mitteilte. Die Summe entspreche einer Vereinbarung mit dem Politiker, nachdem dieser eine Verleumdungsklage eingereicht hatte, hieß es in der Erklärung der BBC weiter.

Die "umfangreiche" Zahlung stehe für die "Schwere der Vorwürfe", die fälschlicherweise erhoben worden seien. Neben der Entschädigungszahlung sollen McAlpine, der in der Ära von Premierministerin Margaret Thatcher tätig war, auch seine Kosten erstattet werden. Zudem wird vor Gericht eine Erklärung verlesen, mit der sich die BBC bei ihm entschuldigen will.

Affäre um Savile geht weiter

McAlpine begrüßte die "schnelle und frühe Einigung mit der BBC". Er wolle jetzt auch eine Einigung mit weiteren Organisationen erzielen, "die verleumderische Äußerungen" über ihn veröffentlicht hätten sowie mit Einzelpersonen, die den Kurznachrichtendienst Twitter zur Verbreitung genutzt hätten.

Neben dem Skandal ist die BBC zudem in eine weitere Missbrauchsaffäre verwickelt. In diesem Fall geht es um den einstigen BBC-Starmoderator Jimmy Savile, der jahrelang Kinder missbraucht haben soll. Savile starb vergangenes Jahr im Alter von 84 Jahren. Der BBC-Nachrichtensendung "Newsnight", in der auch der falsche Bericht über McAlpine lief, wird vorgeworfen, Hinweise zum Fall Savile zurückgehalten zu haben. Zudem gibt es Vorwürfe, dass Savile von BBC-Mitarbeitern jahrelang gedeckt wurde.

Travis auf Kaution wieder frei

In der Affäre gab es nun eine vierte Festnahme. Bei dem Verdächtigen handele es sich um Saviles BBC-Kollegen, den 67-jährigen ehemaligen Radio-DJ Dave Lee Travis, berichteten britische Medien. Die Polizei sprach lediglich von einem etwa 60 Jahre alten Mann, dem Sexualstraftaten vorgeworfen würden. Wie am Abend bekanntwurde, kam der Mann nach seiner Aussage auf Kaution wieder frei.

Laut Medienberichten arbeitete Travis zusammen mit Savile 25 Jahre lang für BBC Radio 1, bevor er zum BBC-Programm World Service Network wechselte. Bislang gibt es keine Hinweise, dass Travis Pädophilie zur Last gelegt wird. Allerdings werfen ihm zwei Frauen vor, er habe sie in den 70er und 80er Jahren belästigt, was Travis vehement zurückweist.

Die Affäre Savile erschüttert Großbritannien seit Wochen, immer wieder gibt es neue Enthüllungen. Im Zusammenhang mit dem Skandal wurden auch drei britische Prominente festgenommen, unter ihnen Ex-Glam-Rock-Star Gary Glitter. Auch sie kamen aber gegen Kaution wieder auf freien Fuß.

Quelle: n-tv.de, AFP>

<BBC wants to get off this crises. With Tory politician McAlpine there is reached fast an aggreement about a compensation. Juridical consequences for the wrong report about child abuse should have an end with this. But there are new details about investigations in cases of abuse within BBC.

After a wrong BBC report about an alleged connection of a politician in a child abuse scandal the radio station pays a compensation. Tory politician Alistair McAlpine receives 185,000 Pounds as BBC was communicating. This sum corresponds to an aggreement with the politician after he had made a complaint for calumnation, so the report.

This "comprehensive" payment would stay for "bad reproaches" which were presented in public by mistake. And also the costs should be repayed to McAlpine. He had been working in the Thatcher government. Add to this a declaration will be read before the court in which BBC is apologizing.

Affair about Savile is going on

McAline is welcoming this "fast and early agreement with BBC". He also wanted to reach more agreements with more organizations "which had published calumnations", and also singular persons who had used short message service Twitter for spreading.

Aside this scandal BBC is connected with another affair about child abuse. IN this case the culprit is BBC star moderator Jimmy Savile who is said having abused children for years. Savile had died last year with 84. BBC news portal "Newsnight" (in which also the wrong information about McAlpine was given) is reproached having guarded indications about the Savile case too long. Add to this there are reproaches that Savile had been covered by BBC staff members for years.

Travis free on bail

In this affair there was a fourth detention now. The suspicious person is a BBC collegue of Savile, 67 years old ex radio DJ Dave Lee Travis, according to British media. Police only spoke about a man of about 60 years with reproaches of sexual abuse crimes. As was published in the evening this man was set free on bail after his statement.

According to media reports Travis was working with Savile for 25 years in BBC Radio 1 before he had changed to BBC Program "World Service Network". Until today there is no indication that Travis was charged with pedophily. But two women are charging him having been harassed by him in the 1970s and 1980s, but Travis is rejecting this harshly.

Savile affair is striking Great Britain since weaks because threre are new facts coming out without end. Also three prominent persons were detained in this case, among them ex Glam rock star Gary Glitter. Also these persons were set free on bail.

Source: n-tv.de, AFP>


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18 November 2012: <Niece 'molested' by Savile 'driven to suicide' by Facebook taunts as claims emerge the TV star preyed on girls in cathedral>

from: Daily Mail online; 18 November 2012;
  • <Caroline Robinson said she was molested twice by her famous great-uncle, once aged 12 and again three years later
  • Claims that she was abused on Facebook after going public with allegations
  • Told how she was 'driven to attempt suicide' by taunts

  • The great niece of Jimmy Savile has told how she was driven to the brink of suicide by the Facebook backlash after claiming she was one of the TV star's victims.

    Caroline Robinson, 49, spoke out last month about how she had been abused twice by her great uncle, who was best known for his Jim'll Fix It TV show, by the time she was 15.

    But Ms Robinson, whose late grandmother Marjorie Marsden was Savile's older sister, has received a barrage of abuse from other Facebook users after going public with her claims.

    She last night told how she was driven to attempting an overdose before her husband David Robinson, 65, found her at their home near Leyburn, North Yorkshire, and talked her out of it.

    Mrs Robsinson told the Daily Star on Sunday: 'One part of me wishes that I had never said a word and taken my secret to the grave. I really wanted to end it all.

    'Now I know why so many victims of abuse stay silent.' 

    One Facebook user accused her of lying - adding that there was a 'nice long line of people wanting to smack' her after she told how Savile had abused her.

    Another wrote it was a 'load of b*******' while another said her claims 'were beyong belief'.

    Her husband last night said her abusers should 'be ashamed of themselves' after his wife was driven to attempting an overdose because of their comments.

    Retired engineer Mr Robinson said: 'Outwardky she has been putting on a brave face but behind closed doors she has been a mess.'

    The couple's ordeal come as new reports of Savile abusing schoolgirls in the vestry of a Catholic cathedral have emerged.

    A former schoolgirl told the Sunday Mirror that there were rumours that the TV star had abused a girl in the vestry at Leeds Cathedral and that pupils at her nearby primary school were told not to sit near Savile when they visited the church in the 1960s. 

    She said: 'As we trooped in he would be waiting. He would turn and grin.

    'We were told to sit away from him because of talk he had taken a girl into the vestry.

    'He was there every week. I remember him being shifty and grinning, I found him creepy.'

    A spokesman for Leeds Cathedral said: 'There was a school which took children to the cathedral in the late 1960s. But we have no record of any complaint made against Jimmy Savile.'

    It comes as police investigate 300 cases of alleged abuse by Savile across three decades.  >

    11.1.2013: Details über Jimmy Savile mit 214 Sexualverbrechen

    11 January 2013: Details about Jimmy Savile with 214 sexual crimes

    aus: 20 minuten online: BBC-Skandal: Savile ein «raubtierhafter Sexualstraftäter»; 11.1.2013;

    <Der Ermittlungsbericht der britischen Behörden zum Missbrauchsskandal um Jimmy Savile ist erschütternd. 214 Sexualverbrechen werden BBC-Moderator vorgeworfen.

    «Raubtierhaft, umtriebig und berechnend»: Ein erschütternder Ermittlungsbericht hat die Abgründe des Missbrauchsskandals um BBC-Moderator Jimmy Savile ans Licht gebracht und das Bild eines skrupellosen Sexualstraftäters gezeichnet.

    In einem Zeitraum von mehr als 50 Jahren habe der inzwischen Verstorbene 214 Sexualverbrechen begangen, darunter 34 Vergewaltigungen, hiess es in dem am Freitag veröffentlichten Polizeibericht. Savile nutzte demnach seinen Ruhm aus, um Jagd auf neue Opfer zu machen - das jüngste war nach Angaben der BBC erst acht Jahre alt.

    Savile starb im Oktober 2011 im Alter von 84 Jahren. Bekanntheit erlangte er vor allem in den 1960ern als Moderator der BBC-Chart-Show «Top of the Pops». Später schuf er die Kindersendung «Jim'll Fix It», in der er jungen Leuten ihre Träume erfüllte. Zudem galt er als Vertrauter von Ex-Premierministerin Margaret Thatcher.

    «Ohne jeden Vergleich»

    «Man kann durchaus sagen, dass er eine ganze Nation an der Nase herumgeführt hat», sagte Kriminalkommissar Peter Spindler über Savile. «Er versteckte sich vor aller Augen, aber keiner von uns konnte irgendetwas dagegen tun.» Das Ausmass der Missbrauchsfälle sei «im Vereinigten Königreich ohne jeden Vergleich».

    Sein Unwesen trieb Savile laut dem Polizeibericht in Krankenhäusern und Schulen, wo er sich oft im Rahmen seiner Wohltätigkeitsarbeit aufgehalten habe. «Er konnte tun und lassen, was er wollte», sagte Chefermittler David Gray. «Er konnte einfach in einer Schule auftauchen und fragen: 'Will mich irgendjemand kennenlernen?'» Ganz bewusst habe sich Savile nur die Schwächsten ausgesucht, sagte Gray weiter. «Er war schlau genug, diejenigen Kinder auszumachen, die am ehesten stillhalten würden.»

    TV-Doku setzte Ermittlungen in Gang

    Einige Opfer Saviles machten aber doch den Mund auf. Etliche gingen bereits im Jahr 2003, 2007 und 2008 zur Polizei. Der Stein kam trotzdem erst ins Rollen, als der Fernsehsender ITV im vergangenen Oktober eine Reportage ausstrahlte, in der mutmassliche Missbrauchsopfer von Savile zu Wort kamen.

    Die Behörden seien im Lichte der jüngsten Enthüllungen verpflichtet, Kindern besser zuzuhören, die von Missbrauch berichteten, sagte Peter Saunders von der Vereinigung für minderjährige Missbrauchsopfer. «Ich will, dass wir Jimmy Savile vergessen. Er ist unseres Andenkens nicht wert. Aber ich will, dass wir uns an seine Opfer erinnern.»


    <The investigation report of British authorities about the abuse scandal of Jimmy Savile is frightening. 214 sexual crimes are charging the BBC moderator.

    "He was like a carnivore, he was always doing something, and he was calculating": The investigation report describes that BBC moderator Jimmy Savile was without any scruples presenting the facts about the scandal.

    During more than 50 years the nowaday's dead Savile committed 214 sexual crimes, with 34 rapes - so the report published on Friday. Savile was abusing his reputation chasing his victims - and the youngest was only 8 years old, BBC reported.

    Savile died in October 2011 with 84 years. His show "Top of the Pops" in the 1960s was well known. Later the children serie "Jim'll Fix It" was created where he fullfilled the dreams of young people. And he was rated as a confidant of ex Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher.

    "Without any comparison"

    "One can really say that he was cheating the nation", criminal commissioner Peter Spindler said about Savile. "He was hiding himself from all eyes, but nobody could do something about it." The dimensionof the cases of child abuse would be "without any comparison in the United Kingdom".

    According to the police report Savile was making troubles in hospitals and schools, where he often had his charity work. "He could to and let what he wanted", chief investigator David Gray said. "He could simply go to a school and ask: 'Somebody wants to get to know me?' " And Savile was electing precisely the weakest, Gray said. "He was clever enough to elect those children who never would say anything."

    TV documentation provoking first investigations
    But some victims of Savile were reporting the crimes. Many went to the police in 2003, in 2007 and in 2008 already. But the affair was coming up only when TV channel ITV was presenting a report in October 2012 where suspected victims of Savile were talking.

    The authorities were forced to listen better to the victims, Peter Saunders from the Association of Abused Victims said. "I want that we will forget Jimmy Savile. He is not worth being remembered. But I want that we will remember the victims."



    10 February 2013: Geoffrey Dickens presented a file about VIP pedophile ring in 1983 at the boys care home "Elm guest house" - but now the file has gone

    from: The Mirror: Elm guest house: Home Office was warned by top Tory 30 years ago of VIP paedophile ring; 10 February 2013;

    also from: David Icke website: Elm guest house: Home Office was warned by top Tory 30 years ago of VIP paedophile ring; 10 February 2013;

    <A senior Tory MP handed an explosive dossier ­alleging VIP child abuse to the Government almost 30 years ago, the Sunday People can reveal.

    The 50 pages contained information about suspected paedophile rings, police misconduct and abuse of boys in a care home.

    There are suggestions the dossier contained links to the notorious Elm guest house in south-west London which is currently the focus of the Met Police’s investigation Operation Fernbridge.

    But the file has disappeared.

    It was presented to the Home Office by Geoffrey Dickens MP in 1984.

    Later he had a half-hour meeting with the then-Home Secretary Leon Brittan which Mr Dickens described as encouraging.

    The MP for Littleborough and Saddleworth said he had been assured his allegations of a UK-wide paedophile ring would be fully investigated.

    But there is no evidence Mr Dickens’ findings were ever followed up and the Home Office admits it has no idea where the file is now.

    Our revelations support claims first made in the Commons last October by campaigning MP Tom Watson that evidence of a VIP paedophile ring with links to the heart of government was not ­followed up in the early 1980s.

    Together they raise concerns that a cover-up – perhaps orchestrated by MI5 or Scotland Yard’s Special Branch – may have protected senior figures mentioned in the dossier.

    Mr Watson has now tabled a Parliamentary question asking Home Secretary Theresa May to track down the Dickens dossier and make it available to MPs.

    Mr Dickens, who died in 1995 aged 63, spent years collecting his evidence. The colourful MP was convinced he had solid proof of a VIP paedophile network with links to Parliament, Buckingham Palace and other areas of public life.

    It is believed he handed at least two dossiers to the Government.

    In 1981 he used Parliamentary privilege to name diplomat Sir Peter Hayman as a paedophile.

    Three years earlier an envelope containing obscene literature and written material had been found on a London bus.

    A police investigation found vile correspondence between Sir Peter and several other people.

    But no prosecution was brought against the diplomat, who worked for MI6 and was High Commissioner to Canada.

    The police uncovered Hayman’s links to the ­infamous Paedophile Information Exchange (PIE).

    The twisted pressure group lobbied for child-sex perverts to be given equal rights and for the age of consent to be lowered to four.

    In 1983, Mr Dickens said there were “big, big names – people in positions of power, influence and responsibility” and threatened to expose them in Parliament if no action was taken against PIE.

    The MP handed a ­one-million strong petition against the group to Home Secretary Mr Brittan.

    In 1984 he revealed he had called for Mr Brittan to investigate the allegations in his dossier.

    He added: “The dossier contained allegations of a child offence in a children’s home.”

    Reports at the time said the file described a youth worker abusing boys in his care, and a TV boss ­allegedly abusing a child.

    Now investigators are keen to see the dossier as the probe into the Elm guest house gathers pace.

    Operation Fernbridge was set up to investigate claims the Elm – a gay brothel – was used by high-profile paedophiles to abuse boys in the late 1970s and early 80s.

    Documents seen by police – and first revealed in a joint investigation between the Sunday People and Exaro website – show that guests at the Elm had connections with the royal household, politics and showbusiness.

    Last week one victim told the Sunday People how as a 13-year-old he was taken from nearby Grafton Close care home to the Elm where he was plied with drink, dressed in a fairy costume and then abused by “posh men”.

    A Home Office spokesman said: “We are aware of media reports from the 1980s about papers ­collected by Geoffrey Dickens.

    “Files from that time are no ­longer held centrally by the department, but work is underway to find out what relevant documents have been archived.”>


    16 February 2013: <VIP paedophile ring
    The net closes: Ex-Tory chief faces child sex arrest over claims girl was raped and boys were abused>

    from: Mirror; 16 February 2013;

    <The probe into a former Cabinet minister, the notorious paedophile Sidney Cooke, Jimmy Savile and MP Cyril Smith

    Ex-minister: He allegedly raped a girl.
    Sick Jimmy Savile was 'part of the gang'.
    MP Cyril Smith was spotted in surveillance.
    Child killer: Rapist Sidney Cooke.

    Police are ­preparing to arrest a former Tory Cabinet minister after a woman came forward to claim she had been raped by him as a girl.

    Detectives are also investigating claims that he abused boys.

    We can reveal that the former minister is suspected of being part of a VIP ­paedophile ring that was regularly handed boys by child rapist and killer Sidney Cooke for vile sex orgies.

    The former high-ranking MP, who we cannot name, is under investigation by Scotland Yard’s paedophile unit.

    Sources close to the probe gave details of the new allegations to the Sunday ­Mirror and investigative news website ­Exaro.

    A former detective who worked on the original investigation into Cooke told the Sunday Mirror that the minister was among those alleged to have been ­photographed in a 1986 police surveillance on premises where boys had been dropped off.

    Others allegedly included Jimmy Savile, MP Cyril Smith and top judges – though none of them were ever arrested.

    Cooke, 85 – dubbed Britain’s most notorious paedophile after he tortured and killed 14-year-old Jason Swift in 1985 – would pick the unsuspecting teenage boys up off the streets around Kings Cross.

    He would drive them to locations across North London where paedophiles lay in wait to repeatedly rape them.

    Last week the former officer, who worked on Operation Orchid which convicted Cooke and his gang, said they had taken pictures of the minister.

    The former officer said up to 16 high profile figures were due to be arrested. But the day before they were to be carried out detectives were told the operation had been disbanded.

    The revelation means Scotland Yard knew about allegations concerning the Cabinet Minister and Savile in 1986 but did nothing about it, instead choosing to cover up the claims.

    A source told Exaro last week that senior officers, including Commander Peter Spindler, the head of the Paedophile Unit, have had a secret briefing on preparations to arrest the ex-minister.

    It is understood that the investigation is at an early stage but there is a plan to arrest him in the next few weeks.

    After the 1986 operation into Cooke was disbanded the former officer went to check the file – only to find the pictures had disappeared and any mention of the men involved had also vanished.

    The former officer said: “It was clear a cover-up had taken place.

    “The investigation showed that Cooke would pick up rent boys and take them back to flats or garages where large groups of men were waiting to abuse them.

    “These paedophiles, which included a lot of high-profile figures that were said to include the former Cabinet Minister, Savile and MP Cyril Smith, all knew each other and all operated together. They would lie in wait and Cooke would turn up with the boy who wouldn’t know what was going to happen.

    “We had photographic evidence of these high-profile figures entering or leaving buildings where the abuse was taking place. Everyone knew Savile was a paedo but nothing was ever done.

    “Cyril Smith was photographed going into one of the properties with a high-profile film director.

    “All of the others were pictured and were going to be arrested before the plug was pulled. I was sickened and to this day I wonder how many children we could have saved if we had been allowed to arrest those men.

    “I feel guilty they weren’t arrested but there was nothing I could do at the time as the evidence had gone.”

    The Sunday Mirror knows the identity of the paedophiles in the gang but has chosen not to name them.

    In 1993 Detective Superintendent Ed Williams tried to track down the Orchid file on Cooke to see if there were any similarities with the abduction and murder of nine-year-old Daniel Handley, but he struggled to find the folder.

    He eventually found it in the basement of Arbour Square Police Station in Stepney, East London.

    While there were references to a “wider paedophile ring” there were no photographs or names.

    Mr Williams said: “I was very upset about the way the Met treated paedophile cases but I was a voice in the wilderness at that time and people thought I was being over-emotional.

    “I found the Orchid files where they had been put for storage purposes and somebody had completely forget to send it back to the Yard. I was trying to look for paedophiles and connections with other cases as I was trying to build up a profile of the offender.

    “The report spoke about boys being passed around from paedophile to paedophile.

    “There were no pictures on the file. It did mention that there was a wider ring of individuals but did not mention Jimmy Savile or a cabinet minister.”

    Sidney Cooke, along with three accomplices – Leslie Bailey, Robert Oliver and Steven Barrell – was found guilty of the manslaughter of Jason Swift in May 1989. They have been linked to up to 20 murders.

    Cooke was believed to have murdered seven-year-old Mark Tildesley but the Crown Prosecution Service decided not to bring charges as he was already serving 19 years for Jason’s death.

    He was released in 1998, to a public outcry, but was rearrested the following year for systematically abusing two boys in the 1970s and jailed for life.

    Savile was exposed last year as one of the UK’s most prolific paedophiles, with 450 victims. Police said he “groomed a ­nation” by avoiding justice while ­abusing hundreds of children over 54 years.

    Officers on Operation Yewtree, which investigated the claims, have also ­arrested celebrities including Gary Glitter, comedian Freddie Starr, DJ Dave Lee Travis, publicist Max Clifford and comedian Jim Davidson. All have denied any wrongdoing and not all the allegations involve under-16s.

    Scotland Yard said they would not comment on an on-going investigation.

    Visit the Exaro website for more on this story.>

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