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Exaro, The BBC And The People Are Killing Justice For A Paedophile Murder Story

by | 18th, November 2014


THE fall out from the Mirror’s report on alleged peadophiles is that fingers are being pointed with no proof . Compensation-seeking lawyers, police PRs, self-serving politicians and anyone looking for a whistleblower to prove all the conspiracies true are circumventing justice to prove their settled conclusion: peados did abuse and even murder children in 1980s Westminster.

Maybe it is true. But what about the facts?

Barrister Blogger  has more:

The scene was set yesterday when the BBC decided to join  Exaro News  in broadcasting an  interview with a man in his 40s known as “Nick who alleges that he was repeatedly raped by Conservative MPs and other “VIPs” in the 1970s and 80s. Nick, it is said, is grateful to Exaro News and to his counsellor for “allowing” him to tell his story in public, and wants to encourage others to go, as he has now gone, to the police to corroborate his account. According to the BBC he has been “in counselling on and off since he was in his twenties” and has only now “found the strength to come forward.” There was no mention in the BBC interview of any murder and Exaro have never previously revealed that Nick witnessed a murder.

Mark Watts the Exaro interviewer suggests a lot of people will find your account hard to believe, but that does not mean that Nick is lying. Nevertheless Exaro, and now the BBC, have acted extremely unwisely by catapulting him into the public domain.

Both the BBC’s interview, and even more so Exaro’s, go into considerable detail about the alleged abuse. We are told, for example, how Nick and other children would be driven to Dolpin Square where sex parties were held. They would be made to dance and sing, before being sexually abused by a group including MPs, “an ex-Cabinet Minister,” and other “powerful people.” Nick says that he was repeatedly raped while his head was held under water in a bath, and on a number of occasions

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