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What Dickie Arbiter knew about Jimmy Savile (Jeffrey Epstein is away)

by | 30th, October 2012

DICKIE Arbiter (real name!) is the latest person to say he suspected Jimmy Savile. Dickie Arbiter (pictured) was the Queen’s spokesman between 1988 and 2000:

Savile met Prince Charles many times. Savile says he took Princess Diana’s secrets to his grave. Arbiter says:

“He would walk into the office and do the rounds of the young ladies taking their hands and rubbing his lips all the way up their arms if they were wearing short sleeves. If it was summer…his bottom lip would curl out and he would run it up their arms. This was at St James’s Palace. The women were in their mid to late 20s doing typing and secretarial work… “I looked at him as a court jester and told him so. I remember calling him an old reprobate and he said ‘not so much of the old’.”

Another who suspected but did nothing is Sir Roger Jones. He was chairman of the BBC’s charity Children In Need telethon. He banned Savile from any involvement. He says “we all recognised he was a pretty creepy sort of character”.

Prince Charles didn’t. Of course, at the time he carrying on with a married woman, dreaming of being her tampon.

When Savile was 80, Charles sent him a present of cigars and a note, that now smells worse than the dead DJ:

“Nobody will ever know what you have done for this country Jimmy. This is to go some way in thanking you for that.”

Of course, Diana was recorded telling James Gilbey on that “squidgygate tape“:

“Jimmy Savile rang me up yesterday, and he said: ‘I’m just ringing up, my girl, to tell you that His Nibs [Charles] has asked me to come and help out the redhead [the Duchess of York], and I’m just letting you know, so that you don’t find out through her or him; and I hope it’s all right by you.'”

Prizes to anyone who can link Savile to Prinde Andrew’s old mucker, convicted paedophile Jeffrey Epstein



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