Did BBC run secret Jimmy Savile show for deviants and killers?
It’s day 2 of the Sun’s Jimmy Savile women killer exclusive, a story based on the idea that while Sutcliffe raped and murdered women in Leeds, Savile would perv at the action from his city flat windows and then, very possibly, nip out to have sex with the copses.
Sure, the Sun might make hideous reading for Sutcliffe’s victims and their relatives, but let’s leave no stone unturned. Savile met Sutcliffe at Broadmoor high-security psychiatric hospital. While threw he might also have met and abetted:
Ian Ball – Did Savile mastermind the plot to kidnap Princess Anne?
David Copeland – Did Savile inspire the neo-Nazi to nail bomb London pubs frequented by gays?
Kenneth Erskine – Did Savile know the Stockwell Strangler? They both lived and worked in London! Jimmy had a fixation for neck ribbons!!
Robert John Maudsley – Did Savile hire the rent-boy who became a killer?
Before being admitted to Broadmoor, how many of its patients made it on Jim’ll Fix It? None. Why? Was the BBC operating a secret show only for peados, killers and jihadis? Is it all equal opportunities gone mad?
The Sun has news of Sutcliffe’s “rant”:
Sutcliffe, befriended by Savile during his Broadmoor visits, said on a tape leaked to The Sun: “It’s a load of rubbish. People are just getting carried away… I can’t fault him from my experiences of what he was like. I don’t care what these people who are coming out of the woodwork are saying. He visited a lot. He’d always come and chat with me on visits and I would introduce him to my visitors. Several times he left £500 for charities I was supporting. He wrote cheques out on the spot, a very generous man he was…
“Coming forward after 40 or 50 years or whatever, they are jumping on the bandwagon…It’s just going crazy, they love to savage people who are dead, people who can’t hit back — or prisoners who can’t reply.”
Dunno about that. Sutcliffe liked to savage people when they were alive. As for not being able to reply, well, the sun thinks it ok to give man who murdered at least 13 women a platform on its front page.
To put the tin lid on this non-story, the Sun tells us:
On the tape he tells a pal, who has asked to remain anonymous…
Because if there is one thing you can trust more than serial killer it;s an anonymous source in a high security prison…