Wednesday, 30 October 2013

Government cover-up disintegrates, David Icke was right about Elite Paedophile RIng, Tom Watson will not be silenced

The Government are reeling under the constant pressure as their neat cover-up involving Lord McAlpine and their Tory cronies dissolves into chaos. 

Victims and whistle blowers tweet that they will not be intimidated or silenced this time. The Cover-up supported by the criminal organisation existing within Parliament, the Courts, the Crown Prosecution Service and the Police is starting to unravel. 

Children abused over decades, laughed at, intimidated, thrown into jail and threatened,  are raising their voices and saying NO MORE COVER-UP!

The public no-longer fooled by the fiction of democracy and accountability and leadership are taking a new look at the alternative media. People are seeing through the veils of delusion,  seeing through the web of hypocrisy and deceit woven by criminals who want to remain in power. 

David Icke was right Jimmy Savile was a prolific paedophile David Icke is right about a whole heap of things.  Many other people who know the truth are speaking out. Tom Watson MP would  not be silenced by a system designed to silence troublesome MP's



This time the paedophiles will be removed  from their privileged positions of power. Positions  which allows then to rape and torture thousands of innocent children. Positions which allow them to jail  anyone who dare to expose their criminals activities. 

Sonia Poulton wrote a great article 12 months ago following Tom Watsons revelations to Parliament. Since then the Government cover-up machine has been in full swing. But this time victims, whistle-blowers and concerned citizens who like children will not be brow beaten into submission.

By: Sonia Poulton  Express Newspaper

  In The  weeks that have ­followed Jimmy Savile ­being revealed as a paedophile his carefully crafted charitable reputation has been obliterated. The ­national treasure decorated by the Queen and given keys to ­hospitals has been laid bare and described by one investigating ­officer as “the most prolific serial sex abuser in history”.

Labour MP Tom Watson raised the issue of a paedophile ring in Parliament []
Increasingly, though, rather than being the solitary pervert operating with impunity, Savile may be the tip of a large iceberg.
As more victims reveal abuse at the hands of Savile, or his ­extensive circle of friends, it ­appears the silence that ­surrounded him may say less about his celebrity status and more about whom he may have implicated had his crimes been exposed. Certainly we know that Savile was subject to at least five police probes over five decades. All were quashed. Why? We have yet to be told.
For many it reeks of an establishment cover-up, though for years detractors referred to it as “conspiracy theory”.
Savile’s BBC colleague David Icke, who went from respected broadcaster to laughing stock, was at the forefront of such claims in the Nineties when he named Savile and others as paedophiles.
Icke claimed Savile supplied children from Jersey’s infamous Haut de la Garenne care home to a senior British MP. Savile denied knowing the home, the scene of a police investigation in 2008 that uncovered widespread child abuse. He lied. There is pictorial evidence of him there.
Savile may be the tip of a large iceberg
Last week, during Prime Minister’s Questions, Labour MP Tom Watson raised the issue of a paedophile ring in Parliament and alluded to a former PM. David Cameron, all perplexed, said he would look into it. Minutes after PMQs, Tory MP Rob Wilson was on Sky News appearing to laugh off Watson’s claims.
This cannot go on. It was these sorts of hasty dismissals that helped Savile get away with it. People laughed it off and claimed “nutters” were saying it.
Well I can tell Mr Cameron that this claim is not sensational, anything but. In fact Tom Watson has barely scratched the surface.
I have compiled a list of 132 ­utterly shameless establishment child abusers. These include MPs, lords and local councillors. A ­similar list for members of Her Majesty’s Constabulary exists.
I don’t believe these lists are complete. This is not conjecture or media gossip but people, ­primarily men, who have been prosecuted for child sex offences throughout the UK.
Many of these abusers still ­represent constituents and are “serving the public”. At the very least we should know who they are, where they are and if their public decisions are influenced by the greater good or their own twisted perversions.
As a journalist, and in light of the Savile revelations, people have contacted me desperate to share their abuse stories.
Some accuse powerful members of the establishment. Several household-name MPs are said to have committed acts of degradation against children as young as six.
Yes, some of these callers may be jumping on the bandwagon but not many are, as independent ­corroboration of their stories has already confirmed.
So let’s not be under any ­ illusion that this is only about Savile. I fear it is far from it.
The Government must immediately announce an independent inquiry. It must be public and transparent and it must leave no stone unturned. The credibility of Parliament is at an all-time low and serious questions must be answered.Why did Ken Clarke, as justice minister, halve sentences of ­paedophiles last year in a controversial announcement?
Why did the Cabinet Office ­issue threatening letters last week to internet bloggers ­ warning that they must not repeat allegations of a child actor ­claiming to have been touched by a member of the Coalition?
Then there is the question that overshadows the whole Savile ­inquiry: why was he allowed to ­become so close to royalty and government? Surely it is the job of the security services to investigate the lifestyle of those who have access to our figureheads?
Yes, this is a dark time in our nation’s history but we must face it head on and keep going until we know the full, unexpurgated truth, no matter how unedifying future revelations may be.
Judging by some of the testi­monies I have heard it is likely to be very shocking indeed. There is no alternative. The ­victims need the truth to be told, no matter how powerful or con­nected their ­abusers may prove to be.

Sonia has said it all source Express Newspaper October 2012

Monday, 28 October 2013

Get your MP to go to the important debate on spying

It's five months since The Guardian first reported on just how invasive the British intelligence agencies' internet and phone surveillance is. [1] Politicians across Europe and America have been debating this ever since. But in the UK, our MPs have been mostly silent.

This Thursday, MPs have the chance to hold a substantial debate about the intelligence and security service, for the first time since Edward Snowden's whistleblowing hit the headlines. But for the debate to be really hard-hitting, and genuinely useful, lots of MPs need to turn up. [2]

If you email and ask them to attend they’re much more likely to be there. Can you take two minutes to email your MP and ask them to attend the debate? Please click the link below:

Liberal Democrat MP Julian Huppert, Conservative MP Dominic Raab, and Labour’s Tom Watson MP have secured the debate to raise concerns about the need to make sure surveillance in this country is necessary, proportionate and accountable.

But there’s a real risk that not many MPs will turn up. If enough of us get in touch with our MPs now and ask them to attend the debate, together we can prove that British citizens care about their civil liberties and privacy.

"If MPs know that enough of their constituents care about a debate like this, they're usually much more likely to attend."
Julian Huppert, MP for Cambridge

Please click here to ask your MP to attend the debate on Thursday:

When it was exposed that UK spy agencies have been intercepting our private phone calls and internet traffic - and sharing it with the USA’s security services - many people, including MPs and ministers, had no idea that UK surveillance was so wide reaching. [3] But so far MPs haven't had a chance to debate it.

Let’s make sure the debate is packed full of MPs to ensure that it has a big impact. Please email your MP and ask them to join in the debate now:

Saturday, 26 October 2013

Police Whistle Blower thrown in cell for daring to expose corruption

This is the story of Irene Brown an ordinary woman who believed in British Justice and the police all her life.  She believed in  British Law so much she even worked for the Police. 

Then one day she found out the Police as a body are there not to protect the public  but to protect themselves and corrupt officials.  She also discovered that whistle-blowers  will be set-up, have their valuables removed,  thrown in jail  and prosecuted by a corrupt system that is designed to punish whistle-blowers and protect corrupt officials and police involved in organised crime.

Had Irene not been a union official and had her case not been taken up by an MP and raised in Parliament  Irene and her husband would have gone to jail for a long time.   

The police are totally out of control and the CPS and the Courts are used to protect corrupt criminals.

This is the story:-

Until recently, Irene Brown enjoyed the simple pleasures of comfortable middle-age: walking in the hills around her home in a pretty Cumbrian village, listening to Classic FM and making a valuable contribution to her community as a civilian police worker.

Irene, 51, and her husband Steve, 54, were regarded as respectable, law-abiding citizens who were always keen to help out friends and neighbours, and spent many hours tending their vegetable patch.

They were, in every sense, pillars of society. Why, then, did five police officers knock on the door of their three-bedroom semi at 9am one day in April this year, demanding to search the house?
Irene Brown and her husband Steve were held in cells after exposing her boss Cumbria's Police and Crime Commissioner Richard Rhodes for swindling the taxpayer
Conscience: Irene Brown and her husband Steve were held in cells after exposing her boss Cumbria's Police and Crime Commissioner Richard Rhodes for swindling the taxpayer
The couple had just got up: Irene was still in her pyjamas and Steve was vacuuming. Minutes later, startled neighbours watched in disbelief as the police removed £2,000 worth of electrical equipment from the Browns’ house in evidence bags, including a new computer, Irene’s iPad and her iPhone which contained all her treasured photos.

So what terrible crime had the Browns committed to warrant such a heavy-handed invasion of their home?

The simple truth is: no crime at all. Irene had done what many of us ought to do but dare not — she spoke out against wrongdoing and turned whistleblower on her employer, Cumbria Police.
Speaking exclusively to the Mail this week, a clearly angry and distraught Irene throws a chilling light on how the public sector turned on a member of its staff who dared to expose wrongdoing.

‘It’s human decency to speak out if you see something wrong,’ says Irene. ‘It’s a moral duty. If you don’t do something about it, you’re almost as bad as the perpetrators.

‘What happened to me put me in a blind panic. When you work for the police, you never picture a situation where you’re going to be locked in a police cell. It was unbelievable.’
Irene began her career with the police in 2000, first in administration and later in project management. In January this year, she was voted branch secretary for the Unison union — a full-time position paid for by the police.

Two months later she received an email from a colleague who had seen an expenses claim made by Richard Rhodes, Cumbria’s Police and Crime Commissioner (PCC).

The person who sent her the email, an administrative worker, said Mr Rhodes had billed the taxpayer £700 for two chauffeur-driven Mercedes trips to dinner engagements.

Expenses fiddle: Cumbria Police and Crime Commissioner Richard Rhodes
Expenses  and kiddy fiddler: Cumbria Police and Crime Commissioner Richard Rhodes He has not been arrested for stealing from the tax payer. he has not been thrown in a cell, he has not lost his valuables in a police raid.  This corrupt  and evil man is still Cumbria Police and Crime Commissioner. Is it also claimed that he is a paedophile?  Well  nothing new there

Mr Rhodes was elected PCC in November 2012, and his job overseeing local policing was supposed to make the constabulary more accountable to the public. Irene was outraged the taxpayer was footing such a frivolous bill, especially when the force had suffered large spending cuts.

Making such documents public would be against constabulary rules — but Irene felt she was duty-bound to act. After all, Mr Rhodes was officially supposed to publish these expenses on his website, but had failed to do so in the two months since he took the trips.

Irene asked her colleague to give her hard copies of the invoices, then sent them, anonymously, by post to her local newspaper, the Cumberland and Westmorland Herald.

‘I could have gone through the official whistleblowing procedure but I feared it would have just been buried,’ she says. When the story was published on April 5, local people reacted angrily and accused the commissioner of squandering taxpayers’ money. But Irene was about to pay a heavy price for exposing him.

She had just left work one evening, five days later, when her mobile rang. ‘It was the police’s Professional Standards Department,’ she recalls. ‘They said I had to go back into the station and, if I didn’t, they were coming to arrest me.

‘I immediately realised what it must be about and started shaking. I felt my life unravelling. I was overwhelmed by sheer panic.’

She believes the police traced her as the source after searching the email system. When Irene arrived at police headquarters in Penrith, she was arrested and taken to the northern HQ at Carlisle.

There she was searched before officers took her fingerprints, photograph and a DNA swab. They also took away her handbag, phone, wallet and jewellery, before locking her in a cell for an hour.

‘It was humiliating and embarrassing — a nightmare. These were people who had seen me as a colleague, and here was I in a cell, bare save for a mattress and a steel toilet.

‘I remember just sitting there staring at my feet. I was in shock and felt as if my brain was shutting down.’

Later, Irene was questioned for five hours by three officers, one of whom she had enjoyed a good working relationship with. Terrified she would lose her job and go to prison, she felt she had no choice but to deny everything.

‘One of the police officers, who I didn’t know as well, looked as though he was enjoying interrogating me,’ she explains. ‘He was very persistent, asking the same question over and over. If I didn’t give him the answer he wanted, he kept on and on.’

Irene was eventually allowed home at 11.30pm. ‘The only thing I regret is not telling the truth in my first police interview,’ she says. ‘I knew I had nothing to be ashamed of because I’d done the right thing. But I was really panicking so I just denied everything.’

Irene was bailed and suspended from work. That same day, the colleague who had passed her the documents was arrested, and a second person was suspended.

Humiliation: Irene was arrested and searched before officers took her fingerprints, photograph and a DNA swab
Ordeal: Irene was arrested and searched before officers took her fingerprints, photograph and a DNA swab
Police officers also descended on the Cumberland and Westmorland Herald, demanding the invoices Irene had sent them be handed over, and that the editor reveal the source of the information.

Irene says that if it weren’t for Steve, her husband of 27 years, she couldn’t have coped with the ordeal  — which was only just beginning.

Steve, a former security device expert turned full-time carer for his elderly mother, was about to feel the hand of the law himself. A week after Irene had been bailed, the team of five officers turned up to search the home in Penruddock.

Steve mentioned that he and Irene had recently replaced their old laptop and taken it to the refuse tip.

He recalls: ‘When I told them about the old computer, they said they were arresting me because I may have destroyed key evidence.

‘I went to stand up but one of the officers put his hand on my shoulder and pushed me back down — I couldn’t believe what was happening. I’m a law-abiding person. The most horrible thing was being marched out to the car afterwards. I thought anyone seeing it must think I was a paedophile. It was a dreadful experience.’

Despite having nothing to do with the leak to the Press, Steve was held in a cell for 30 minutes before being questioned for an hour.
He says: ‘It was terrifying. The duty solicitor told me that what I was accused of was very serious, and I could get life in jail for it. I couldn’t believe what I was hearing.’
Steve was bailed but the weeks that followed proved appallingly stressful for the Browns.
Irene was accused of breaching the Data Protection Act and misconduct in public office — the second offence carries a sentence ranging from a year to life in prison. Steve faced a charge of perverting the course of justice, which can also result in a life sentence.

The shadow hanging over them took its toll on their health, and both Irene and Steve started taking anti-depressants to help them cope. Irene also had to increase her medication for angina: since her arrest she’d been having two to three attacks every day.

‘What we were going through had a terrible impact on our health,’ says Irene. ‘We were paranoid, and started worrying that the police had bugged our house.’

Irene and Steve would make unlikely convicts. Irene is the daughter of respectable, working-class parents, and has worked her way up from a council house in Cheshire to owning her £200,000 three-bedroom home in Cumbria.

Commissioner Rhodes billed the taxpayer £700 for two chauffeur-driven Mercedes trips to dinner engagements (file picture)
Commissioner Rhodes billed the taxpayer £700 for two chauffeur-driven Mercedes trips to dinner engagements (file picture)
She and Steve have just paid off their mortgage and have no debts, claim no benefits and share one car — a Nissan Note.

While working long hours for the police, she obtained a first-class Open University degree, then a Masters in politics. Her successful career meant Steve was able to give up his job fitting burglar alarms four years ago to look after his 83-year-old mother Iris, who has arthritis and emphysema. He is studying for a degree in maths.

The possibility that all their hard work could end with them being imprisoned just as they were looking forward to retirement was a terrifying prospect.

The investigation was slow to progress, and the couple’s bail dates were delayed several times.
In May, Irene was questioned again for five hours after police officers reviewed her emails and internet history.

She said: ‘It was absolute nonsense, and I just answered “no comment” to every question.
‘We have a friend whose last name is Savile, and the police asked why I was searching that name on Skype, asking me if I knew how bad that looked. I realised afterwards it was a reference to Jimmy Savile — absolutely ridiculous.’

But there were glimmers of hope, too. Irene began receiving messages of support from her former colleagues, and supporters approached her in the street to console her.
Cumbria Police had recently shed 100 officers to meet new spending targets, and there had been redundancies and pay freezes. Many constabulary employees were enraged about the Commissioner’s expenses but had been too afraid to speak out.

Support for Irene’s cause seemed to gather pace and the story of her arrest made stories in all the national newspapers, although she was not named.

Some people reading her story might ask, was this not a case of union official using underhanded tactics to destabilise her boss?

Irene insists not. She said that, although she was in the union she would not consider herself an extremist or trouble-maker.

Meanwhile, Richard Rhodes, a veteran local magistrate, claimed he did not realise how much the chauffeur-driven trips had cost, but publicly apologised for his expenses bill and said he would be paying the money back.

He assured the public that in future he would be relying on his £23,000 Hyundai car — another taxpayer-funded perk of his job as PCC.

Soon afterwards, he raised eyebrows by recruiting a £30,000-a-year spin doctor whose brief was to ‘raise the perception of him’ among the public.

Then, Irene switched on the television one day to see her case being raised in Parliament during Prime Minister’s Questions. MPs across all parties were astonished that a whistleblower could be arrested and were demanding action.

Tory MP Tracey Crouch said Irene’s case was an inevitable consequence of the Leveson Report on the culture, ethics and practices of the Press. It is feared many are now using the Report as an excuse to suppress those who wish to leak sensitive information, despite it being in the public interest.

Irene says: ‘A fair society has a strong Press. One of the most important roles of newspapers is to be that watchdog exposing hypocrisy.

‘If people don’t have the courage to tell them about it, then it’s naturally silencing journalists too.’ On May 23, a second civilian police worker who was accused of helping Irene was told no charges would be brought. Another, who had been suspended, was also cleared.

Charges against Steve were dropped in August because of a lack of evidence but, despite mounting public pressure, Cumbria Police persisted with their investigation against Irene.
It was only this week, after the police passed the file to the Crown Prosecution Service, that the threat of jail was lifted.

Prosecutors agreed with MPs that any leak would have been in the public interest, and therefore not subject to criminal prosecution.

‘I’m relieved,’ Irene says. ‘But I’m only just coming to terms with the fact that I won’t be going to prison. I’m just a normal person, and I thought I’d just get my wrist slapped for what I did.

‘The response was absolutely disproportionate — I couldn’t believe they’d be so stupid.’

A Cumbria Police spokesman said: ‘Staff have a duty to protect and manage information they have privileged access to. Any allegations relating to a breach of this position need to be investigated.’

Whistleblowing put everything Irene holds dear at risk, but she says she would do it all again, if only she could have avoided bringing her husband into it.

‘The public had a right to know about those expenses,’ she says. ‘How are the public supposed to hold the Police and Crime Commissioner accountable if they don’t know what he’s doing?’
Irene still faces losing her job at disciplinary proceedings which are due to take place in the next six months.

‘I have months of uncertainty facing me where my job is concerned,’ she says. ‘Surely integrity should be a celebrated quality in anyone working for the police?

‘I hope something happens to give whistleblowers more protection. I don’t want anybody else to end up where I’ve ended up.’


Friday, 25 October 2013

Jimmy Savile's flatmate charged with raping 15 children

Accused: Jimmy Savile's former flatmate and chauffeur Ray Teret has been charged with a series of serious sex offences against young girls
Accused: Jimmy Savile's former flatmate and chauffeur Ray Teret has been charged with a series of serious sex offences against young girls
Jimmy Savile's former flatmate and chauffeur has been charged with a series of serious sex offences against young girls, it has emerged.
Ray Teret, 72, is charged with a total of 32 offences involving 15 different victims who accuse him of sexual abuse between 1962 and 1996.
The alleged offences were committed primarily in the Greater Manchester area.
Teret, of Altrincham, Greater Manchester was charged with 15 counts of rape of a female under 16, one count of rape, one count of attempted rape of a female under 16, six counts of indecent assault of a female under 16, three counts of indecent assault of a female under 14 and one count of gross indecency with a child under 13.
He also faces two counts of conspiracy to rape a girl under 16, one count of possession of extreme pornography, one count of possession of prohibited images and one count of possession of an indecent image of a child.
He is due to appear at Manchester City Magistrates Court on Saturday morning.
A spokesman for Greater Manchester Police said: "A 71 year-old-man was re-arrested in connection with historic sexual offences against children when he answered his bail on Wednesday October 23.
"He was also further arrested in connection with a number of other historic sex offences against children.
"He remains in police custody for questioning."
DCI Graham Brock of Greater Manchester Police said: “This has been a complex investigation that was originally launched in October 2012 when an initial complaint was made to Greater Manchester Police.
“Since that time, we have carried out extensive and wide-ranging inquiries and interviewed a number of people as part of that investigation.
“It has been important those inquiries were carried out thoroughly so that, in consultation with the Crown Prosecution Service, we have been able to secure a number of charges.
“We will continue to support all those women who have come forward and offer them whatever welfare they need through the use of specially-trained officers.”
As part of the investigation into Teret, William Harper, 65, of Stretford, Greater Manchester was charged with conspiracy to rape a girl under 16 and attempt rape of a female under the age of 16 and Alan Ledger, 62, of of Altrincham was charged with indecent assault of a female under 16 and aiding and abetting the rape of a female under 16.
Both Harper and Ledger are due to appear before Manchester City Magistrates' Court on 30 October.
Teret was arrested and bailed in November last year with another man on suspicion of historic rape following an investigation into three separate claims of sexual abuse.
Police emphasised that the accusations were not linked to the national inquiry into abuse by disgraced TV presenter Savile, with whom Teret worked and once shared a flat.


Woman jailed by secret UK Court

England's most senior family court judge is re-examining guidance covering cases in which people face jail for being in contempt, after a woman was imprisoned at a High Court hearing which did not feature on any publicised lists of cases.
 MP John Hemming said the woman was a victim of "secret" justice

Liberal Democrat MP John Hemming said the woman - jailed for 28 days by High Court judge Mrs Justice Theis at the Royal Courts of Justice in London earlier this month - was a victim of "secret" justice.
And Mr Hemming, who campaigns for improvements to the family justice system, said the hearing was staged in breach of recent guidance warning family court judges not to jail people behind closed doors.
But officials at the Judicial Office - set up by ministers to support judges - have defended Mrs Justice Theis, who sits in the Family Division of the High Court.
A Judicial Office spokesman said the hearing had arisen at "short notice" and had not featured on lists posted in the Royal Courts of Justice and on the internet.
Nevertheless, he said it had been held in open court.
And he said practice guidance issued in May about hearings relating to contempt of court had not been breached.
But the spokesman said Sir James Munby, President of the Family Division of the High Court and the most senior family judge in England and Wales, would "consider widening the scope of the cases covered by his latest guidelines".
And he said Sir James would explore if there was a way to "alert the media to hearings such as this one which arise at short notice late in the day".
On May 3, Sir James and Lord Judge - then the Lord Chief Justice and the most senior judge in England and Wales, published guidelines headed "Committal for Contempt of Court - Practice Guidance".
The guidance was issued in the wake of newspaper coverage of a woman who had been jailed for being in contempt of court.
"It is a fundamental principle of the administration of justice in England and Wales that applications for committal for contempt should be heard and decided in public, that is, open court," the guidance stated.
"Committal applications in the... Family Division should at the outset be listed and heard in public."
The woman was jailed by Mrs Justice Theis in a hearing held at 9.30am on October 11.
There was no reference to the case on any public court lists - not by name or case number - and Mrs Justice Theis was not listed as sitting at all on that day.
A journalist was alerted to the hearing four days later by a member of the public.
Mr Hemming, who represents Birmingham Yardley, said Mrs Justice Theis had jailed the woman in breach of the guidance.
"She should have listed it with the names of the parties involved," said Mr Hemming.
"It is clearly in breach.
"It drives a coach and horses through the guidance.
"The principle is plain.
"People should not be jailed without their fellow citizens having the opportunity to attend so that they can see justice is done."
He added: "How can it be a public hearing if it isn't listed?
"How can anyone - journalists or members of the public - know that it's taking place if it isn't listed?
"No-one would know about it now if a reporter hadn't found out and asked questions.
"It was secret justice.
"If this had happened to a British citizen in a foreign country, people would be up in arms."
But the Judicial Office disagreed.
The spokesman said the case had been staged at short notice and had not been featured on public court lists.
But he said it had been held in open court.
He gave some detail of the case but did not name the woman or any other party involved.
"Mrs Justice Theis did jail a woman for contempt of court for 28 days at a hearing in open court at the Royal Courts of Justice at 9.30am on October 11.
"The woman was represented by a solicitor and a barrister," he said.
"The woman had refused - and continued to refuse - to reveal the whereabouts of two children who are the subject of interim care orders.
"Recently published practice guidelines cover applications to commit to prison for contempt of court by one party against the other.
"This was a different type of case at short notice, where the judge made the decision to list the matter on October 11 at the end of a hearing the day before.
"The woman was given until the following day to give the information and, when she declined, she was found to be in contempt of court and, after hearing mitigation from her barrister, she was jailed.
"Mrs Justice Theis had not been due to sit on October 11.
"The case the previous day ended too late for it to be added to the public listings at the Royal Courts of Justice."
He added: "The President of the Family Division will consider widening the scope of the cases covered by his latest guidelines.
"He will also explore if there is a way to alert the media to hearings such as this one which arise at short notice late in the day."
In a circular to judges sent in August, Sir James also said judgments must also be made publicly available on the British and Irish Legal Information Institute website following contempt hearings.
"The principle is very clear and must be rigorously followed, no one is ever to be committed for contempt of court by a family court... without the name of the contemnor, proper details of the contempts and the reasons for the committal being made publicly available in a judgment published on the British and Irish Legal Information Institute website."
He added: "We shall be subject to strong and entirely justifiable criticism if it emerges that anyone has been committed since 3 May 2013 without the name of the contemnor, proper details of the contempt(s) and the reasons for the committal appearing on the British and Irish Legal Information Institute website... I very much hope that there are no such cases."
Mr Hemming said no judgment from the Theis case had appeared on the website.
"What Sir James said about judgments seemed very clear," he added. "No judgment from this case has appeared on the British and Irish Legal Information Institute website. We don't even know this woman's name. I strongly criticise Mrs Justice Theis."

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Tuesday, 22 October 2013

On-going Paedophile cover-up, too many people know the truth for an Establishment Whitewash if you speak out

Why a Whitewash Won’t Wash

It is not hard to see why many believe thatwhitewash 2 the outrageous behaviours and cover-ups that were common in the past continue today.
Just consider these three examples:
The late (Sir) Jimmy Savile
The late (Sir) Peter Morrison
The late (Sir) Cyril Smith
Will Police Operations Fairbank, Fernbridge, and its sibling investigations into abuse dating back over 40 years
be ‘different this time?’
One could be forgiven for thinking that it will be more of the same and ‘business as usual’. It seems that little, if any, real investment has been made to resolve these crimes and eradicate child sexual abuse:
The fact that only 25 police in total are working in the Met Police’s paedophile unit, despite an increase in victims coming forward over the past year.
The fact that only 8 officers (from the 25 above) are working on Operation Fairbank.
The fact that many witnesses are being screened by charity-based organisations which are now at breaking point.
Where are the signs of real care and concern from our government and authorities?
Where is the determination and most importantly, where is the investment?
Will it really be ‘different this time?’
The definition of a fool is said to be someone who expects that doing the same thing over and over again will produce a different result.
For it to be ‘different this time’, something major needs to have changed.
That major change could lie in this paradigm shift: Historically, the Main Stream Media (MSM) has been quite compliant to government requests. For example, although ‘D’ (and now ‘DA’) notices are only advisory, it is usual for MSM to comply with them. But this compliance also seems to extend beyond the formal notices, and into the realms of the Gentleman’s Club. Such cosiness is a tradition that spans many decades. The reward for loyalty might even be some gong or other awarded to the higher echelons in the press organisations.
Today, Alternative Media don’t necessarily share those aspirations. Many thousands of bloggers are very alert to what is really happening and their sites are already serious competition for MSM. It’s not just the blogs, of course, there are the social media sites such as Twitter and Facebook, and the Internet Chatrooms and Forums.
Out there is a whole new world of social media and alternative news that the establishment is only now trying to gets to grips with. Wikileaks illustrates the changing of this paradigm.
So how successful would a ‘cover-up’ be today?
Survivors and witnesses would have ready mouthpieces for their stories on the alternative news sites, as would the police or other officials and would-be whistleblowers who knew the truth. Blogs would be scrambling to tell the full story and places like Twitter and Internet Forums would be on fire.
Assuming that MSM played their traditional role there’d be no leakage there. But, would they continue to play by the old rules?
MSM’s life blood is being threatened by these internet upstarts (in fact some journalists have already jumped ship into these alternative news channels).
How long would it be before the first MSM caved and broke ranks with the old guard? Maybe it’s happening already?
So, is a cover-up possible?
Yes, of course it is, but is it as likely to stick? I doubt it.
Remember that there are thousands upon thousands of ordinary people who are utterly revolted by the crimes of abuse against children committed both in the past and the present. Included in these many thousands of people are serving police officers, judges, barristers, care workers and journalists, to name a few, and they also want to see these evil creatures brought to justice.
There is a ground swell of feeling that has been thoroughly misjudged by people who should know better. Throwing out another dead paedophile for the public to feast on isn’t going to wash anymore.
‘It may be that you are a vital witness or that you possess crucial evidence, or that you have information that Operation Fairbank need to complete the picture. To these people I want to say, please do not assume that someone else is going to provide that information. Please step forward and help.’
The Operation Fairbank telephone number- 0207 1610500
Stepping forward to add your voice as a witness is the way to avoid a whitewash.
Call 0800 085 3330 free from landlines, 3, EE, Vodafone and Virgin mobile phones.
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Saturday, 19 October 2013

Police told me at gunpoint to ignore paedophiles’, says ex-child protection officer

A FORMER child protection officer claimed last night a Special Branch detective held a gun to his head to stop him investigating a VIP paedophile ring.

Chris Fay accused the Metropolitan Police of acting like gangsters Chris Fay accused the Metropolitan Police of acting like “gangsters” [GETTY]
Chris Fay said he was pinned to a wall and throttled before being given a chilling warning to “back away” from allegations surrounding the notorious Elm Guest House in Barnes, south-west London.

Young boys in care were allegedly taken there in the Eighties to be abused by high-profile MPs and other powerful establishment figures.

Mr Fay, who worked for the now-defunct National Association of Young People In Care, accused the Metropolitan Police of acting like “gangsters” when news of the scandal broke in 1990. He revealed how some Special Branch members routinely threatened him and his colleagues and even victims over a three-month period of intimidation.

His shocking claims come as West Yorkshire Police faces accusations that the force protected paedophile Jimmy Savile.
 Former child protection officer Chris Fay
People seem to forget that Special Branch could do what they liked, they were a law unto themselves
Chris Fay
Mr Fay, 67, of south London, said: “It became very dangerous. People seem to forget that Special Branch could do what they liked, they were a law unto themselves.

“At one point they had me up against a wall by my throat with a gun at my head telling me in no uncertain terms that I was to back away if I knew what was good for me.

“A colleague of mine had the same treatment, as did a number of the volunteers. Victims who were actually abused at Elm House were also physically stopped from coming to speak to us at the NAYPIC office in north London.

“I witnessed Special Branch officers manhandling them and turning them away with a warning to keep their mouths shut. It was blatant, it was open, they were acting like gangsters.
In 1982 Elm Guest House was raided by the vice squad 
“In the end we had to meet victims at a local community centre without the knowledge of the police to hear what they had to say.” NAYPIC was given the identities of senior politicians who formed part of an alleged paedophile ring at the heart of government.

However, Mr Fay said: “I was told by the police implicitly, ‘We do not want you to come to us with big names’.”

In a sinister twist, he said his kitchen window was shot at, leaving three bullet holes in the glass, although he never found out who was responsible.

In 1982 Elm Guest House was raided by the vice squad but allegations of child abuse were never followed up.

Operation Fernbridge is now investigating the claims and two men have been charged with sexual offences.

Police confirmed that Liberal Democrat MP Sir Cyril Smith, who died three years ago, visited the premises.

Last night campaigner Bill Maloney, of Pie & Mash Films, who has helped raise awareness of abuse survivors and corruption, said: “These police cover-ups to protect the wealthy and the powerful need to stop now.

“Today’s victims are tomorrow’s witnesses.”

The Met Police declined to comment

The Secret Government aims to create and use National and International laws to destroy civilisation

 This incisive  piece by Sabine McNeill brings back into to focus the Operation Gladio real conspiracy of the 90's as detailed in the now famous Book  The Puppetmasters (not the film) and the political use of terrorism in Italy  revealing details about NATO's secret armies

POINT 25 on the Illuminati Agenda: create and use national and international laws to Destroy Civilisation and destabilise society.

Instead of ‘conspiracy theory’, we’ve been talking for some time about ‘conspiracy realism‘. For the Illuminati who are pulling the strings of national governments by manipulating their central banks are very real indeed. So are the Bilderbergers as one of their key organisations. Equally the Freemasons who are so often blamed for what’s going on against all common sense.
However, only when I read the 25-point agenda that was outlined on 01 May 1776 I realised that and how the world has been duped by the originator of the Rothschild banking empire and a smart Jesuit who planned a world government – by creating and using national and international laws to destroy civilisation. That’s what the last agenda point no 25 says.
The history of the Illuminati covers all major world events and is laid out beautifully here in 2 pages – in a journal that advocates economic democracy (!!!).
As victims of white collar crimes in the UK, we are but victims of everybody who pays governments who pay ‘public servants’ with salaries and pensions. Too bad that these tend to be soo greedy that often enough they act as criminals. And they are immune from prosecution thanks to Royal Charters. And judges are not weighing up the sins of the victim against the sins of the culprit to find justice. No, they are the umpire between players of ‘ping pong’, where the balls are ‘points in law’. No wonder Litigants in Person don’t stand a chance. No wonder that those who do try, often enough are labelled as ‘vexatious’: for they vex the judge. 191 of them since 1950. How many have given up before being given that label???
No wonder Evan Whitton published Our Corrupt Legal System – Why we are All Victims – except rich criminals… 
The Illuminati began as a pan-European conspiracy that spread to the USA and set up the Bank of Japan in 1882 – before the Federal Reserve in 1913. What is soo disgusting to me is the utter perversion of knowledge and the kind of enlightenment that had spread in the 14th – 17th century in Europe as ‘renaissance’. The Illuminati objectives and agenda are here.
But just as any tool, so can any mind be used for good or for evil. Let’s make sure we remain on the right side! And do click a few times, if this topic is new to you!
For me, the ‘shock therapy’ developed along these ‘milestones of disillusionment‘:
 Curtesy of Victims Unite

Thursday, 17 October 2013

Paedophile Savile had Yorkshire Police in the palm of his hands because he had friends in high places

Jimmy Savile told a cop to “p*** off” when he was caught trying to seduce an under-age girl in his Rolls-Royce.
Ex-PC Paul Leonard says the twisted DJ, who was parked in a lay-by, said: “I’m waiting for midnight when she turns 16… so p**s off if you want to keep your job.”
Mr Leonard, 68, claimed yesterday: “There wasn’t a copper in Leeds who didn’t know Savile was a pervert.”
Speaking exclusively to the Mirror, Mr Leonard claimed it was common knowledge in the old Leeds City force that Savile “liked them young” – but his influence meant officers were too scared to confront him.
It was in 1965 when police could have trapped Britain’s most prolific sexual predator – before he went on to sexually abuse hundreds of women and girls.
Mr Leonard, 68, whose name we have changed at his request, was then a young constable as he patrolled the area near Roundhay Golf Club in Leeds.
Jimmy Savile
Public image: Savile with his Rolls
 He said: “We used to use the old fashioned Noddy bikes, like on the TV show Heartbeat, and I was on patrol near where Savile used to live when I came across his Rolls-Royce parked in a lay-by in a very secluded spot.
“At first I remember thinking ‘has his car been stolen?’
“I approached the vehicle and could see the lights were on. He was in the driver’s seat and next to him was a very young female.
“He was a famous local figure at the time but it was before his Radio 1 days with the BBC.
“When the window wound down I was quite impressed it was him.
“He had this tartan coloured hair. He was blond but had died it red and green in patches.
“I said, ‘What are you doing, Jimmy? What’s the matter?’
"He replied, ‘I’m waiting for midnight. It’s her 16th birthday tomorrow’.
“I didn’t know what he was talking about at first, then he gave me this wink, and I realised what he was talking about.
"I checked my watch and saw it was 11.45pm. There was just 15 minutes to go and he seemed quite anxious.
“I looked over to her and asked her if she was OK, and she just smiled at me but didn’t say anything.
"She was definitely young. She looked around 15, and dressed herself like the model Twiggy. She was skinny and wearing fashionable clothes.
“Savile looked at me and told me to ‘piss off’. Then he said, ‘If you want to keep your job I suggest you get on your bike and f-off’.
"He wasn’t angry. It was more like bragging. I was only young and worried about keeping my job so I left them.”
Jimmy Savile working as a hospital porter at Leeds General Infirmary. 14th January 1972
Monster: Savile working as a hospital porter at Leeds General Infirmary
 He admits: “Looking back I feel bad about it, but he had so much influence. I would definitely have lost my job.”
Later, at the end of his shift, he recounted the incident to his sergeant who cut him off, saying: “Shut up, son, he’s got friends in high places. If you know what’s good for you, you’ll leave it there.”
Mr Leonard added: “There wasn’t a copper in Leeds who didn’t know Savile was a pervert.
“But he was so well-connected. He was like a superstar.
“Even mentioning his name on the door of a nightclub would get you inside for free. The police were in the palm of his hand.”
The former cop, who originally contacted the Jeremy Vine show on BBC Radio 2 yesterday, stayed on for three years in what later became West Yorkshire Police.
Savile, who died in 2011 aged 84, is suspected of raping 34 women and girls, and sexually assaulting 450 more, including children as young as eight. It is claimed he used his celebrity status to hide his dark secrets.
Yesterday it was revealed a former West Yorkshire inspector is being investigated over claims he intervened on behalf of Savile.

The IPCC is looking into claims that he inappropriately contacted Surrey Police before the force interviewed Savile in 2009.
Pressure is now mounting on senior officers after a shocking transcript of the police interview was released.
Arrogant Savile repeatedly reminded Surrey Police detectives of his charity work as he fobbed them off with lies, bluster and legal threats.
And he boasted that he brushed off young girls “like midges”.
West Yorkshire police declined to comment last night.
Britain’s top prosecutor today publishes new guidelines on tackling child sex abuse after the Savile scandal highlighted huge failings in the system.
CPS chief Keir Starmer said the vulnerability of victims should not longer be a barrier to justice – and investigations should be far more rigorous.

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Wednesday, 16 October 2013

Operation Fernbridge will they be allowed to charge Ex Minister, Leon Brittan? with the rape of children

4 days ago we were told  that Operation Fernbridge has produced some new activity according to Exaro  Police are investigating claims that an ex cabinet minister., wildly assumed to be Leon Brittan  sexually abused a boy.  So what is happening now?

The Minister is one of a clutch of six conservative MP’s who  frequented gay brothels and abused boys in Amsterdam about 30 years ago.  After that they must have stopped of course and have never been interested in paedophilia since I don’t think.  But lets see what happens!

They are also investigating a boy from a London children's homes was taken from the home and abused by the same ex minister.  What about Dolphin Square and  Brighton?

The Police  were earlier secretly told  by the Crown Prosecution Service to drop the case  against the same ex  minister for the rape  of a young woman. Told to drop the Case  by  the Crown WHY?
A complaint dating from the 1960s by a young woman alleging rape by the ex-minister is not being pursued after the Crown Prosecution Service advised that the guidelines and law at the time could not justify the charge.

The lady said that at the time she was very young but looked even younger than her actually age and she was raped by the ex minister in his home.

But the CPS have come up with some  rubbish  that at the time the rape took place rape was not possible unless the girl made it explicit she was refusing  sex .  Err what the Fxxx does that mean.

She should have made it clear to Leon Brittan “Although I am screaming stop and you are raping me and  I am very young  but just over the age of consent I have to advise  you that I explicitly refuse to have sex with you. I do this in the event that 30 years later the authorities may listen to my complaint against you.”

The Criminal justice system in the UK is  complete and utter propaganda. The CPS prosecute whisltblowers and victims of child abuse but never the  elite perpetrators! 

One interesting comment said:-

 Things are never that simple, my father who died last year was a police constable all his life and never wanted promotion.
He told us that London care homes were sending boys in taxis to parties in
several places but mainly Brighton to be used in sex games. He said they were protected by AIPAC which is some jewish group witha lot of clout, he said many policemen were angry at this but could do nothing


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