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Westminster paedophiles: Bulic Forsythe, when PIE went gay and the death of scepticism

by | 16th, March 2015

Bulic Forsythe


Westminster paedophiles: a look at reporting on allegations that VIPs abused and murdered children in the 1970s and 1980s.

The Daily Mirror brings news: “VIP paedophile scandal: Police pinpoint ‘dungeon’ flat linked to abuse parties and child murder”

Keir Mudie and Mark Conrad report that police have “identified a luxury flat in Pimlico, London, which is connected to a large cellar believed to have been used as a ‘holding area’ for abuse victims”.

Believed? And aren’t those abuse victims alleged abuse victims? The news is getting ahead of itself. So far we’ve heard the allegations but have seen no evidence to confirm them. The conspiracy is rife. The facts are few.

And the conspiracy reaches to the very top. Get this from Home Secretary Teresa May, writing in the Daily Telegraph :

We already know the trail will lead into our schools and hospitals, our churches, our youth clubs and many other institutions that should have been places of safety but instead became the setting for the most appalling abuse. However, what the country doesn’t yet appreciate is the true scale of that abuse.

But she does. The State does. Rest assured there is no crisis of confidence in institutions of power. They are now on the side of the angels. Go ahead, caller, they’re listening:

…I have only learnt about the extent and breadth of the problem since I first announced an overarching inquiry into whether public bodies and other non-state institutions had failed in their duty of care towards children.

It is a matter of public record that the inquiry had a difficult beginning. We did not realise the degree to which survivors mistrusted the political establishment.

But not now. Now things are fine.

…In my discussions with older victims and survivors and their representatives, I began to realise how abuse is woven, covertly, into the fabric of our society.

During one of my first meetings with survivors, one lady said to me: “Get this inquiry right and it will be like a stick of Blackpool rock. You will see abuse going through every level of society.” I fear she is right.

I have said before and I shall say again, that what we have seen so far is only the tip of iceberg.

Who need facts and evidence when you have a reputation to manage? Compassion for young lives ruined by child sexual abuse should be assumed. May’s championing of conspiracy theories shows how unhinged the elite are.

Back in the Mirror, we are looking for evidence:

In a chilling development, detectives from Operation Midland believe the premises were used as a holding area for youngsters before they were driven a short distance to abuse parties.

Do we believe? Do we want to believe?

The Sunday People and the Exaro ­investigative website can reveal ­detectives also suspect the apartment could be linked to a murder allegedly involving members of the paedophile network.

Can you reveal a suspicion that suggests an allegation could be true? It’s not news, is it. It’s just filler.

They are now preparing to take a former abuse victim to the property. Officers want him to confirm their ­suspicions that the address is a key site in their investigation.

Any evidence?

One line of enquiry is whether a cellar at the flat was used to keep one or more boys before they were sexually abused at ­another property nearby. The exact location of the flat cannot be identified at this stage, nor can the ­evidence that relates to it, for fear of ­disrupting the police investigation.

No facts. No news.

Detectives regard the property as ­ potentially crucial but have identified other premises they want to look at.

They plan to take a key witness, known as Nick to protect his identity, on a ­drive-around of locations in central London that may have been used by the paedophile network.

Nick came forward last year with a series of allegations.

He says a group of influential and wealthy men sexually abused him as a boy at Dolphin Square, the apartment ­complex in Pimlico where many MPs have homes, and elsewhere. He also claims to have seen members of a Westminster paedophile network murder three boys. And he is keen to help Operation Midland get to the truth.

As are well all.

Nick has made an appeal:

“I would like to make a personal request to all the boys who were hurt alongside me to come forward if you can and if you have not done so already. You will not remember ‘Nick’. It is not my real name. But you will recognise what went on and where. I totally understand why you might not feel able to, and I know the fear that they instilled in us back then stopped me from speaking out previously. But now is the right time to come forward. If the fear of certain members of the inner circle is holding you back, you need not worry. It did not stop me, and the police can explain more if you get in touch. There are some excellent detectives from the Metropolitan Police who are working on the information that I have given to them. They want to help, they want to listen, and they are not afraid to go where the evidence takes them.

“It is not an easy thing to do. It is really hard to find that courage to come forward and then have to go through with the police what happened. But they have made it as easy for me as they possibly could have done. They have listened to me. They have kept me updated, and ensured that I am safe. They have made sure that I have support and have maintained my anonymity. I also ask others to come forward if you have ­information about what was going on.

“Were you one of my drivers? Were you suspicious at the comings and goings of boys at all times of the day and night? Any piece of information, no matter how insignificant you think it is, might be useful to the police.”

Unless you, like many of those named in the conspitacy, are dead.

And did any of you tell the police what was going on back then? Did the council know? Did you confide in any authority figure? In light of how Rotherham council and police ignored abuse victims and in so doing allowed it to continue for years and years we wonder who knew?

Det Supt Kenny McDonald, who is overseeing Operation Midland, says officers who had spoken to Nick thought his account was “credible and true”. And he added :

“I need others to come forward and speak to us… you will be believed.”

Dare the police not believe? What happened to circumspection and healthy scepticism?

The Mirror turns to the now dead former Home Secretary Leon Brittan:

Police are also examining claims based on Nick’s evidence that Mr Brittan was present when two unidentified men beat a boy to death following sexual abuse around 1981 or 1982.

The men are not known. Their victim is not known. The only man named in that allegation is now dead.

But no confirmed identities or bodies of victims had been found.

Operstion Midland is aprt of a raft of inquries:

Operation Fernbridge : looking into claims a paedophile ring with links to Parliament abused boys at the Elm Guest House, near Barnes, in south-west London

Operation Cayacos:  investigating allegations of a paedophile ring linked to dead convicted paedophile Peter Righton a founding member of the Paedophile Information Exchange. PIE suggested that,

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