Nick The Whistleblower Shows Us The Murderous Westminster Peadophile Gang We Want To Believe In
THE police and media have yet to find what happened to Charlene Downes or Paige Chivers. No-one has come forward to tell the media about what they witnessed happne to those two missing teenagers. The focus is all on alleged crimes against children by a gang of Westminster elites.
The Mirror has news on that:
‘I watched Tory MP MURDER a boy during depraved Westminster VIP paedophile party’
Keir Mudie and Mark Conrad report:
The abuse victim’s claims are being treated as credible by detectives now investigating THREE murders allegedly linked to a network of VIP perverts.
Do the police dare treat anyone with a claim as incredible after the Rotherham abuse scandal, where the cops an State ignored the victims?
A victim of the Westminster paedophile abuse scandal has claimed he saw a Conservative MP murder a young boy during a depraved sex party.
Surely that ‘victim’ is an ‘alleged victim’. Can the paper say what it likes about the Tories with impugnity?
And the Sunday People can reveal that detectives are investigating THREE murders allegedly linked to a network of VIP perverts.
The horrifying account comes days after Scotland Yard confirmed they have launched a murder probe connected to allegations of sex abuse from the 1970s and 80s.
Today the Sunday People and Exaro investigations agency expose the full extent of shocking events the witness, known as Nick, has described to the Metropolitan Police paedophile unit.
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Back to the Mirror:
Nick said: “I watched while that happened. I am not sure how I got out of that. Whether I will ever know why I survived, I am not sure.” Eighteen months later, he claims a third boy was killed by two unknown men in front of another MP. Nick told of his terror as he and the strangling victim were driven to an orgy.
He said: “We looked at each other and saw the fear in each other’s eyes. We said nothing. I knew we were being taken somewhere to be sexually abused by powerful men. But I had no idea of the true horror of what was about to happen.”
In hours of video testimony, he described how he saw the Conservative MP – who was sitting in Parliament at the time – throttle the boy. He said: “The MP was particularly nasty, even among the group of people who sexually abused me and others. I still find it difficult to talk about these incidents after all these years.”
A second witness has already corroborated some of the information related to the case, lending weight to Nick’s claims and strengthening his credibility in the eyes of the police. Nick has also told detectives about the death of another boy during a depraved sexual assault in the presence of a Conservative minister – a different MP to the one involved in the first killing.
Some of the information? Which bits? We’re not told.
Nick said his abusive father supplied him to a group of MPs and other VIPs who held abuse parties at Dolphin Square – an apartment complex in Pimlico, near Parliament – and at other locations in London. He says the minister repeatedly raped him and other boys aged between ten and 14.
The Met’s Operation Midland has released a statement:
“Detectives from the child abuse investigation command are working closely with colleagues from homicide and major crime concerning this information.”
But facts are thin, no?
Nick went on: “There will be other people who know about the punishment and abuse carried out by this group – drivers of the cars who took the boys to venues, staff at the venues. Perhaps they can now come forward.”
But they haven’t come forward.
Last week we told how Nick, now in his 40s, had identified a shamed top diplomat and MI6 chief as one of his attackers. He picked out a photo of Sir Peter Hayman – a former deputy director of the secret service. Hayman, for many years a pillar of the establishment, caused a scandal when he was caught with paedophile literature.
Hayman died in 1992. His story is well known. Can we be more circumscpct as to why a man might pick his face from the pile? The Mail give us the background:
His [Hayman’s] membership number was ‘330’ and this organisation of similarly minded if not gilded individuals was called the Paedophile Information Exchange… PIE supported and encouraged illegal sexual relationships between adults and children. In other words, child abuse.
Sir Peter lived with his wife of 40 years in a lovely home in South Oxfordshire where, in a parallel existence, he was deputy chairman of the Conservative Association. He acted as a churchwarden’s assistant, and opened the local fete.
Everyone there thought he was marvellous. Who was to know otherwise?
That was because his official PIE literature and graphic correspondence with fellow paedophiles was by squalid necessity sent to a flat at 95 Linden Gardens, Notting Hill Gate, London, some 50 miles away.
The ex-diplomat had rented it for that purpose — as well as extra-marital sexual liaisons — under the name of Peter Henderson. The fact that the flat was almost across the road from the Soviet embassy was simply an irony. How the KGB would have loved to have made blackmail use of his peccadillo.
Then Sir Peter made a mistake. He left a packet of paedophile material in an envelope on a London bus. It was addressed to Mr Henderson at Linden Gardens in Notting Hill. A fellow passenger was curious. The package came into the possession of the police.
Soon afterwards, in November 1978, they raided the Linden Gardens flat.
What they found was a huge trove of revolting paedophilia and other extreme pornography. Among it was a library of 45 substantial diaries in which Sir Peter had recorded in detail his sexual experiences and fantasies, the latter including sex with minors.
There was also substantial correspondence with other PIE members — 111 pages in one instance — in which they shared their otherwise secret desires and other graphic paedophile material.
Police later found that two of the dozen or so paedophiles in Sir Peter’s epistolary circle had been writing to each other about their interest in the extreme sexual torture and murder of children.
Hideous stuff. And grist to the mill of a paedophile network in Westminster. Hayman, after all, pretty much got away with it.
The brother of the judge in charge of the Government’s inquiry into allegations of an establishment paedophile ring refused to prosecute a paedophile diplomat caught exchanging obscene material.
Sir Michael Havers, the late brother of Baroness Butler-Sloss, was accused of a “white-wash” after he backed a decision not to prosecute Sir Peter Hayman. Baroness Butler-Sloss, a former president of the Family Division of the High Court who led the inquest into the death of Princess Diana, has been appointed by Theresa May to lead an independent inquiry into allegations that child sex abuse was covered up by state bodies, the church, political parties and the BBC. The Home Office said she had “impeccable credentials”.
Seven men and two women, including Hayman, were named as possible defendants in a report submitted by the Metropolitan Police to the Director of Public Prosecutions. However, only one of the group was prosecuted after police found they had an “obsession” with sadistic sexual activity involving children.
Three years later, in the House of Commons, Geoffery Dickens, the MP who had campaigned against child abuse, used Parliamentary privilege to name Hayman. He feared an establishment cover-up like that which surrounded the Cambridge spy ring.
He asked Sir Michael Havers – then the Attorney General – if he “will prosecute Sir Peter Hayman.. for sending and receiving pornographic material through the Royal Mail.”
In a written answer, Sir Michael said he agreed with the DPP not to prosecute Hayman or the other members of the obscene correspondence ring.
There was “no evidence” that the diplomat had sent or received “extreme” material, Sir Michael said. The obscene correspondence “had been contained in sealed envelopes passing between adult individuals in a non-commercial context”, he added.
Sir Michael added: “Although Sir Peter Hayman had subscribed to PIE, that is not an offence and there is no evidence that he was ever involved in the management.”
Like Jimmy Savile, Hayman’s dead. You also can’t ask the dead for their version of events.
Hayman had a revolting passion. But not being able to defend yourself isn’t fair, is it.
A statement by Scotland Yard said: “Our inquiries have revealed further information regarding possible homicide. Based on our current knowledge, this is the first time this information has been passed to the Met.”
And then this in the Mirror’s story:
Investigator Mark Conrad says…
He’s not a police invstigators. Mr Conrad’s Twitter profile says he is a “freelance investigative journalist and researcher”. And he says:
“Nick’s account of his decade-long abuse – the trafficking, sexual and physical assaults and murders – and revelations about the status of the men defied belief. Unlike many abuse survivors, Nick has gone on to have a successful life. He is intelligent, articulate and strong-minded.
“His accounts are uncomfortably detailed and consistent… Like Exaro, the police regard Nick as credible.”
But they are untested. The investigation is nothing of the sort: it’s one man making claims to a willing-to-believe audience.
Child abuse is an abhorrent crime. But this rush to believe the whistleblower is pandering to the conspiracy theories of a powerful network of paedophiles. The journalist is simply receiving the truth that makes the believed-in conspiracy fact. No dirt has been dug. The ‘victim’ has been heard but not cross-examined. Why did he pick Hayman out and no-one else? Why aren’t names being named? Why did he wait so long to tell all?
This unquestioning aproach to whistleblowers goes to the top. Tom Watson MP says:
“The allegations of cruelty, torture and murder are truly shocking and go far beyond the case I raised with the Prime Minister two years ago. The public will be deeply concerned which is why it is vital the police quickly establish the facts. It’s such a disturbing allegation that I have no doubt the resources will be found to conduct a thorough investigation.
“If true, this is a vital piece of the jigsaw in the pursuit of organised child abuse.
“We are at the point where the government should consider a national police inquiry made up of specialists from around the country. It is unfair to ask the police in London alone to investigate alleged crimes that took place in many regions of the UK. I am writing to the PM to make this request.”
All that from one testimony. And Watson’s in the mainstream, where conspiracies now live.
Meanwhile, what about Charlene Downes and Paige Chivers, teenagers who went missing long after Nick’s story of alleged depravity in high places is set? In the rush to bury the past, today’s news is being overlooked…