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Post by dragonfly on 24.10.12 21:53

Old news but still interesting for anyone who missed it

Prince Andrew's convicted paedophile friend Jeffrey Epstein was given permission to land his private jet at an RAF base to visit the Duke at Sandringham.
The flight log of Epstein's Gulfstream revealed it touched down at RAF Marham on December 7, 2000, before he was hosted by the Andrew at the Queen's Norfolk residence.
Aboard the jet that day were someone with the initials ET - thought to be Miss Maxwell's assistant Emmy Tayler - a woman called Kelly Spam, Epstein's friend Tom Pritzker and an unnamed female.

The Ministry of Defence said it 'routinely granted permission' for civilian aircraft to land at the base, which houses four squadrons of Tornadoes, and that Epstein had received no special treatment.
A spokesman for the pilots union Balpa told The Daily Telegraph that aircraft could land at RAF bases 'with permission and by arrangement'.
However, civil aviation authorities called the situation 'unusual'.

Billionaire Epstein was jailed for 18 months in 2008 after admitting soliciting an under-aged girl for prostitution.
He is alleged to have used his fleet of private aircraft to traffic under-aged girls around the world for sex.

Entries in the Gulfstream's flight log reveal he regularly flew alone with Virginia Roberts, who has claimed she was used as a 'sex slave' by Epstein from the age of 15. Roberts was photographed with the Duke.
The latest details to have emerged in the deepening quagmire have increased calls for a full investigation into Prince Andrew's relationship with Epstein.
'We need to know if there is any official cause for concern,' said Graham Smith of the campaign

Given the nature of the allegations against him I think it's fair to ask if the visit to Sandringham, for example, was all above board.
'There is a legitimate need for some kind of investigation if only to clear him of wrongdoing.

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Post by honestjane on 25.10.12 0:31

I wonder what was in Prince charles' letters.



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Post by Ross on 25.10.12 21:19

Lord Mountbatten, Charles' favourite 'Uncle Dicky', died when his boat was blown up by the PIRA or at least so we were told. Four other people were on board and died that day. The captain, a sailor, Mountbatten's bodyguard and a 12 year old local boy. What was a septuagenarian aristocrat doing entertaining a 12 year old boy as his sole guest on his boat? The question was never asked at the time, but the answer is not too hard to deduce.

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Post by Guest on 25.10.12 22:28

Ross, the other people who died were Lady Brabourne, the mother-in-law of his daughter, his 14-year-old grandson and a 15-year-old local boy who was working as a boat boy. There were three people who survived; his daughter, son-in-law and other grandson, the twin of the one who died.


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