Jimmy Savile Horror: the ‘secret lair’ above a Manchester record shop and 650 ‘victims’
CAN we all agree that Jimmy Savile was convicted of not a single sex crime during his successful BBC career? Good. That is the only fact which we can all agree on without a shadow of doubt. Of course, the welter of evidence collated since his death says that Aunty’s charitable DJ lived a life as putrid as his rotting corpse. Indeed, rumours are that sex with dead bodies was not beyond his tastes.
Today, the Mirror tells its readers:
Jimmy Savile: Celebrity arrests could soar after police discover DJ’s secret lair at record shop – Names and sexual details of hundreds of girls were scrawled across huge wall in a scene from a horror film
Graffiti about women is akin to scenes from a horror film? Are the bogs at Euston station the setting for the latest Saw film? Did Damien used to hang out in the toilets at Park High school, north London?
The Mirror adds:
STUNNED officers chipped away plaster at a record shop wall and unveiled a hidden list of names thought to belong to young victims of Jimmy Savile.
Hidden? As in plastered over? And who thinks the names on wall are of Jimmy Savile’s victims? And don’t police remove plaster when looking for drugs, not graffiti?
The vile register, which contained the names, ages and a disgusting ratings system seemingly used to mark their sexual performance, was scrawled on a secret wall buried behind layers of wallpaper and plaster.
A secret wall? Not a wall redecorated. But a secret wall. And men ranking women in order of looks and sexual appeal is terrible. You can see study such filth in the Mirror’s news stories:
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The Mirror produces a witness to tell us how bad it all is:
A source revealed: “The wall looked like something straight out of a horror movie. There were lists and lists of names of the victims – it’s a shocking discovery.”
Just what the Savile story needs: a nameless source to tell us the truth in all its gory details about a nameless record shop. Why be anonymous? He’s dead. He can’t hurt you now. Unless… unless he’s hooked up with Freddie Kruger, in which case, sleep with your eyes open.
The list of girls and young women is thought to identify hundreds of potential new victims abused at the hands of the BBC DJ and it raised fears Savile was at the centre of a celebrity paedophile ring.
Police believe the major breakthrough could lead to further arrests – including other well-known celebrities.
Thought. Potential. Fears. Believe.
The wall also appeared to contain the names of girls the sick group hoped to target in the future.
Officers who raided the shop in Greater Manchester after a tip-off will now try to trace the alleged victims.
A tip off about what? The Mirror fails to say.
A source said the raid had provided the clearest evidence yet to show Savile was part of a larger group of monsters.
Does it? If it does, he might well be in the clear.
The source said: “Savile appeared to be using the room above the record store as some kind of secret HQ to plan his vile acts. There appears to be some suggestion that he was not acting alone either. There were others who appear to be involved, several others, some of whom are household names.”
Isn’t the shocking news on Savile that he didn’t need a secret HQ, that he molested and raped on BBC premises and NHS wards?
The source added: “Police think there might be hundreds of new female victims that needed to be spoken to as a result of the record shop raid.”
Earlier this year it was suggested there were around 450 victims of Savile’s depraved actions.
“This looks like an under-estimation. If the evidence on the wall is anything to go by, we could be talking in the region of 650 victims in all. It’s shocking.”
In case you think that is all utter speculative drivel, an expert appears to educate us:
Criminologist Professor David Wilson from Birmingham City University said the register was a way for the predators to boast about their conquests.
He said: “In the age before the internet made it possible for paedophiles to communicate with each other and write about who they could abuse and the form that abuse may take, they found other methods.”
“By putting it on a wall they are making it public, but by hiding it, it is private. The public nature is because they are proud of it. It is a boasting system.”
“The significance of it having been found in a record shop is that at the time this was where all the young people went to buy their records and hang out. Now they download songs on the internet.”
Well, he’s the Professor.
PS – no word on any raid on the Greater Manchester Police’s website or twitter feeds.
Picture 2: Tuesday May 23, 2006. A paedophile ring which procured young girls in a cash-for-sex plan will be sentenced today. The ring of four men also used graffiti adverts on trains asking girls as young as eight for sex. The men have pleaded guilty to a range of sexual offences.