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Westminster paedophiles: Arthur Hutchinson, Geoffrey Dickens, hunting gays and Elm Guest House Tales

by | 13th, December 2014

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Westminster paedophiles: a look at the story of child abuse in the 1970s and 1980s.

Midhurst and Petworth Observer : “No plans to re-open Vishal murder case at Rogate”

SUSSEX police say there are no current plans to reopen the investigation into the murder of the eight-year-old boy whose remains were found in Rogate in 1982. Last week his father Vashambar claimed his son may have died at the hands of a Westminster paedophile ring and said he feared Scotland Yard helped ‘cover up’ the crime.

A spokesman for Sussex police told the Observer: “This Sussex investigation has been reviewed as a matter of standard policy for such unresolved serious crimes. There are no current developments, but of course we would look into any new information that could lead to a new line of enquiry. Vishal Mehrotra disappeared from Putney in London on the day of the royal wedding, 
July 29 in 1981, and was found dead in woods at Rogate in 1982. This was therefore initially a Met missing person case and then a Sussex murder enquiry.”

Pigeon shooters had found the skull and ribs of Vishal in remote marshland at Durford Abbey Farm.

At the inquest into his death, West Sussex coroner Mark Calvert Lee recorded an open verdict, but he said ‘foul play’ was likely.

A child went missing in London, turned up dead in West Sussex, and ‘foul play’ is “likely”. Well, you’re the expert. But at least the coroner is sticking to the facts. He doesn’t know for certain. Given the hoopla and speculation presented as fact in the story of Westminster peados, the coroner is a rare voice of sobriety.

Newsweek : “Victims Angry at Being Ignored by ‘Disrespectful, Manipulative’ Home Office Over UK Abuse Inquiry”

Amelia Smith writes:

Victims and whistleblowers of child abuse say that their calls for changes to be made to the way the Westminster paedophile inquiry is being carried out have consistently fallen on deaf ears at the Home Office, fuelling suspicion of a continuing major government cover-up.

But Home Secretary Theresa May talked up the issue:

“It’s not possible to say whether there was a cover-up, that is why I think it is so important we have the inquiry so we get at the truth. There is a real issue here about how was it that in the past, but continuing today, the very institutions of the state that should be protecting children were not doing so. Why was it these abuses were able to take place and nobody was brought to justice as a result of that?..We must, as a society… get to the truth of that and because I think we we’ve already seen revealed is the tip of the iceberg on this issue.”

Deaf ears?

Whilst an official inquiry into allegations of a so-called Westminster paedophile ring was launched in July, Phil Frampton, the former chair of the Care Leavers Association, and one of the most vocal critics of the inquiry, claims that the investigation has done little but “play” survivors by going through the motions of consulting victims for the benefit of public consumption, but failing to do anything about it.

“We are extremely concerned and angry at the disrespect the Home Office has shown to survivors, since the inquiry was announced, its use of obfuscation, manipulation, lack of transparency and misrepresentation of survivors,” says Frampton…

On 28th July, Frampton and survivor groups from across England and Wales wrote to Theresa May, calling for an inquiry chair who had “a record of standing up to the establishment”, as well as a change that would allow the inquiry to “hear evidence from survivors of organised abuse, which would finally give them a voice and allow them to be heard and believed”.

Baroness Elizabeth Butler-Sloss and Fiona Woolf were both forced to resign from leading the inquiry over perceived links to the establishment that they were supposed to be investigating. The Home Office has seemed incapable of finding someone from outside the Westminster bubble, suggesting it may be necessary to look to overseas to find someone to lead the inquiry- but Frampton is opposed to this as he insists it needs a Chair who understands British systems.

So who, then?

In another letter, sent to the director of safeguarding John O’Brien who in charge of protecting children and vulnerable adults from abuse and neglect on December 1st, survivor groups calling themselves the ‘Survivor’s Alliance’ said: “There was unanimous disappointment at the lack of transparency so far in the Panel selection process. Furthermore, there has been no acknowledgement by either the Home Office or the Panel of the needs of survivors and the impact that disorganised media coverage is having on them and support groups.”

“This has placed many survivors in a position of serious harm, which has not been acknowledged by the Home Office or Panel,” the letter said.

A free and unbiased media would surely publish an proof of sex abuse in high places. And the media is hungry for facts.

The Star : “EXCLUSIVE: Triple murderer Arthur Hutchinson in bid for freedom by appealing life sentence”

A MURDERER is making a bid for freedom – amid claims he is being kept locked up because of links to the Westminster paedophile ring.

What links? What ring?

Arthur Hutchinson, dubbed “The Fox”, was caged in 1984 for an horrific triple killing after a family wedding in South Yorkshire. But when he was being hunted for that crime, police found the name and address of Tory MP Geoffrey Dickens, who had campaigned against paedophiles, in one of his notebooks.

He called himself The Fox. He is a convicted killer and rapist.

Mr Dickens received an armed guard and reports at the time suggested Hutchinson was a potential hitman.

After his conviction, Hutchinson was jailed for an initial 18 years but after the sentencing, then-Home Secretary Leon Brittan ruled he should never be released.

And Hutchinson, 73, is set to be the first UK lifer to appeal his “life-means-life” term since European judges ruled such sentences were “inhumane and degrading” last year.

Since being jailed, Hutchinson has been linked to child killer Sidney Cooke and the notorious Paedophile Information Exchange, a group campaigning for child sex to be legalised.

Linked how? In 2013, the Mail reported that the muderer and rapist wanted to be free:

Triple murderer becomes first Briton to challenge his ‘life-means-life’ sentence after Strasbourg ruled it was ‘inhuman’ for prisoners to die in jail

But what about that alleged link to Dickens?

In late August 1983, Geoffrey Dickens MP threatened to name eight high-profile paedophiles using parliamentary privilege.

“I’ve got eight names of big people, really important names, public figures. And I am going

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