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Post by Doubter on 10.11.16 20:40

Anybody else see Cliff Richard on the One Show and note his unsual phraseology ?

Words to the effect of 'by all means come for / name US when WE'VE been charged but not before' - in relation to the press .

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Post by willowthewisp on 11.11.16 13:38

@Doubter wrote:Anybody else see Cliff Richard on the One Show and note his unsual phraseology ?

Words to the effect of 'by all means come for / name US when WE'VE been charged but not before' - in relation to the press .
Perhaps the "One Show" could have reminded Cliff as to how,Kitty was placed alongside his name on a Elm Guest House party list then along with certain MP's names on the same list?
Or how his "Friendship Blossomed" with Lord Boothby and Ronnie,Reggie Kray,then his friend disappeared of whom he had introduced to these special colleagues,never to be seen alive?

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Post by Doug D on 14.11.16 20:37

Not sure what to make of this.
 
The ‘paint’ thing appears to be nonsense and is just sharing the ‘fishing expedition’ claims that were in The Times (I think it was) the other day, so half the article (bits in italics) could be cut out.
 
Do these journo’s get paid on a column inches basis I wonder?
 
It may be that the Wilts police have issued a statement to say ‘we are actually doing something positive’ to try and fight back against the slurs in the wake of the ‘Midland’ report.
 
Police probing 'sex attacks' by former PM Edward Heath have arrested two suspects
 
   Detectives working on Operation Conifer inquiry have made two arrests
    
   Wiltshire Police said to be probing bizarre incident dating back to 1972
    
   A cult member threw paint at the then-PM and accused him of being gay
    
   Incident 'nothing to do' with child abuse allegations against former PM 
    
By AMIE GORDON FOR MAILONLINE and TIM SCULTHORPE, MAILONLINE DEPUTY POLITICAL EDITOR
PUBLISHED: 18:28, 14 November 2016 | UPDATED: 19:38, 14 November 2016
 
Detectives working on the inquiry into alleged child abuse by Sir Edward Heath have arrested two men.
Wiltshire Police set up Operation Conifer to probe allegations of abuse levelled at the former Prime Minister.
This evening the force said Operation Conifer was investigating a number of separate allegations made by alleged victims, adding two men had been arrested and released on bail.
 
A spokesman for Wiltshire Police said: 'Operation Conifer is investigating a number of separate allegations made by persons who have come forward. 
'Two arrests have taken place in relation to Operation Conifer and, at this time, both remain on police bail. Due to the fact that this remains a live investigation it would not be appropriate for us to comment any further at this stage.'  
 
A team of 21 police officers have been accused of a 'fishing expedition' in an effort to unearth new claims against the late Ted Heath. 
 
This came after it emerged one incident the force is studying relates to an occasion in 1972 when a cult protester threw ink at Mr Heath at a summit in Brussels.
Former Cabinet secretary Lord Armstrong said there was no indication the incident had anything to do with child abuse and appeared 'not relevant to allegations of child abuse'.
He told the Sunday Times the £700,000 Operation Conifer now 'looks awfully like a fishing expedition'.
 
Marie-Louise Kwiatkowski made front-page news when she attacked Heath, shouting 'you damn homosexual', as he arrived at the Egmont Palace to sign the Treaty of Accession, one of the key agreements that cemented the UK's political union with Europe.
She was protesting at a London council's refusal to allow her cult, the Institute for Personal Development, to turn a fruit and vegetable market in Covent Garden into a conference centre.
The claims come days after the Metropolitan Police was slammed by a highly-critical report into its blundering £2.5million investigation of a so-called Westminster 'VIP paedophile ring' which was studded with 'serious' and 'grave' errors. 
A total of 43 mistakes were highlighted in Operation Midland by the review, which found that the decision to abandon the inquiry should have been taken 'much earlier'.
Mr Heath was one of the VIPs named and probed as part of the operation, along with a string of other high profile figures. 
The suspected fantasist behind the complaints, named only as 'Nick', will now be investigated for attempting to pervert the course of justice, it emerged.
And five officers have been referred to police watchdog the Independent Police Complaints Commission over potential breaches in professional standards linked to Operation Midland. 
 

 
A Wiltshire Police spokesperson added: 'The Henriques review was commissioned to look in to the Metropolitan Police's handling of Operation Midland and other investigations concerning persons of public prominence within the Metropolitan Police area. Accordingly the review was not focused on Operation Conifer.
'Wiltshire Police is the national lead in relation to Operation Conifer. The purpose of Operation Conifer is to investigate allegations of child abuse made against the former Prime Minister Sir Edward (Ted) Heath. In addition, the investigation aims to safeguard children and vulnerable adults who may be at risk of abuse today and, where relevant, bring living offenders to justice.
'The operation commenced in August 2015, following an IPCC press release naming Sir Edward Heath as a suspect in an investigation into non-recent child sex abuse. 
'A panel of independent experts outside of policing are providing ongoing scrutiny of the investigation to ensure its proportionality and justification. 
'Furthermore, in line with recognised best practice, Wiltshire Police recently commissioned Operation Hydrant to undertake an independent review of the investigation to ensure its ongoing proportionality and justification.
'Further to the release of the Henriques review Wiltshire Police, in conjunction with the College of Policing and the National Police Chiefs Council, will consider where relevant any national guidance and policy recommendations that may impact upon the ongoing Operation Conifer investigation.' 
 
 
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3935416/Police-probing-sex-attacks-former-PM-Edward-Heath-arrested-two-suspects.html

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Post by Doug D on 14.11.16 20:59

Just come across the Wilts Police statement.
 
Surprise, surprise, not a paint-pot in sight!
 
Statement in relation to the Sir Edward Heath investigation following the Henriques Review
 
 “The Henriques review was commissioned to look in to the Metropolitan Police’s handling of Operation Midland and other investigations concerning persons of public prominence within the Metropolitan Police area. Accordingly the review was not focused on Operation Conifer.
 
“Wiltshire Police is the national lead in relation to Operation Conifer. The purpose of Operation Conifer is to investigate allegations of child abuse made against the former Prime Minister Sir Edward (Ted) Heath. In addition, the investigation aims to safeguard children and vulnerable adults who may be at risk of abuse today and, where relevant, bring living offenders to justice.
 
“The operation commenced in August 2015, following an IPCC press release naming Sir Edward Heath as a suspect in an investigation into non-recent child sex abuse.
 
“Operation Conifer is investigating a number of separate allegations made by persons who have come forward. Two arrests have taken place in relation to Operation Conifer and, at this time, both remain on police bail. Due to the fact that this remains a live investigation it would not be appropriate for us to comment any further at this stage.
 
“A panel of independent experts outside of policing are providing ongoing scrutiny of the investigation to ensure its proportionality and justification. Furthermore, in line with recognised best practice, Wiltshire Police recently commissioned Operation Hydrant to undertake an independent review of the investigation to ensure its ongoing proportionality and justification.
 
“Further to the release of the Henriques review Wiltshire Police, in conjunction with the College of Policing and the National Police Chiefs Council, will consider where relevant any national guidance and policy recommendations that may impact upon the ongoing Operation Conifer investigation.”
 
http://www.wiltshire.police.uk/news/3117-statement-in-relation-to-the-sir-edward-heath-investigation-following-the-henriques-review

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Post by Doug D on 19.11.16 13:35

Blimey, this is in The Times!
 
Surely the Times are not really a changin', as Bob Dylan may sing? Whatever will DA have to say about this?
 
Abuse inquiry chief targets ‘dark institutional failings’
 
Sean O’Neill, Chief Reporter
 
November 19 2016, 12:01am, 
 
The chairwoman of the inquiry into historical sex abuse has hit back at critics and said that some forces did not want “dark institutional failings brought into the light”.
 
Writing in The Times, Alexis Jay said that the Independent Inquiry into Child Sexual Abuse (IICSA) had a duty to shine a light on the failures that led to so many being abused and exploited.
 
Professor Jay, who was praised for her investigation into child sexual exploitation in Rotherham, added: “I have fought for this inquiry — for its independence, its reputation and its vital capacity to right a terrible wrong — since it opened, and I don’t intend to stop fighting for it now.”
 
Her vow to continue with the IICSA’s work followed the decision… (I assume this is going to go on and talk about Shirley Oaks Survivors Assoc. pulling out)
 
….hidden behind paywall
 
http://www.thetimes.co.uk/article/b43e0ee8-add5-11e6-ab07-c7f6a1d2203c

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Post by MayMuse on 19.11.16 13:54

Lost files
Hidden files
Destroyed files
Blind eye files 
All for Paedophiles!!!

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Post by willowthewisp on 19.11.16 18:44

Perhaps if the Prime Minister Theresa May was prepared to untangle certain"Home Office Individuals"who were recruited specifically for the IICSA Investigation,who are thought to be behind the need for"Not Progressing"for Transparency of the abuse that has taken place,at Shirley Oaks Residents and other Care Homes,Bryn Alyn,Estyn,Kincora Boys Home,Haute De La Guranne,Jersey,Elm Guest House,now home to Zac Goldsmith?
That the IICSA can get on producing Evidence as to whether or not there was this"Paedophile Ring"abusing so many young children and adloescents,many who took their own lives as a way out of the "Mental Torture" of reliving the abuse in their mind? 
Dear darling Chuka Imuna is calling for Alexis Jay to resign as Head of the IICSA,what are you afraid of Chuka,that Alexis may uncover close Labour Politician's and Islington Council Care Homes,Jeremy Corbyn,Mrs Margarate Hodge and associates,Ed Balls,Baby P and his role in the"Unfair Dismissal" of the Social Services who won a large Compensation Claim for Ed's Role in her dismissal?
Alexis Jay put her head above the"Parapet"at the South Yorkshire Police Force behaviour and Rotherham,Rochdale Councils lack of care for the Abused young Woman that had gone on for Decades from their supposed Care Home system,note the Modus Operandi link?

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Post by Doug D on 20.11.16 10:43

‘Establishment’ still fighting hard to rubbish and kill off the inquiry.
 
Alexis Jay clearly worries them as she doesn’t seem willing to let TPTB have it all their own way.
 
These claims relate largely to the time when Goddard was in charge, so why are they trying to hammer her with them?
 
Shirley Oaks SG (and Chuka Umunna) were previously critical of the Home Office involvement in staffing the inquiry and their influence, but Jay at least appears to be bringing a bit of independence to the table, so it seems a strange time to pull out now rather than try to work with her and improve the situation. Makes you wonder who actually pulls the strings there.
 
SOSG say they will publish the results of their own investigation, so it will be interesting to see what they come up with.
 
Abuse inquiry chief on brink as lawyers who quit reveal all: Barristers set to lift the lid on toxic atmosphere including claims of bullying and harassment by top QC which were allegedly ignored by the chair
 
   Professor Alexis Jay is set to be hit by damaging claims by barristers
   They claim she knew about culture of bullying, harassment, sexual assault
   She allegedly failed to act – then tried to cover it up
   Four of the lawyers have written to the Home Affairs Select Committee 
    
By MARTIN BECKFORD HOME AFFAIRS EDITOR FOR THE MAIL ON SUNDAY
PUBLISHED: 00:52, 20 November 2016 | UPDATED: 01:45, 20 November 2016
 
The chairman of the troubled public inquiry into child abuse will come under increasing pressure this week as a string of lawyers finally reveal why they quit.
 
Professor Alexis Jay is set to be hit by damaging claims by barristers who have left the £100 million investigation that she knew there was a culture of bullying, harassment and even sexual assault but failed to act – then tried to cover it up.
 
None of the seven counsel who have left has publicly explained the full reasons for their departure.
 
And bosses of the Independent Inquiry Into Child Sexual Abuse (IICSA) sparked anger when they refused to tell MPs what had happened or why senior counsel Ben Emmerson QC had been suspended, placed under investigation, then allowed to leave the next day.
 
But now four of the lawyers have written to the Home Affairs Select Committee, which is looking into the chaos at the historical abuse probe, to give their version of events.
 
Their letters are due to be published on Tuesday after a private meeting of MPs on the powerful committee. It will pile pressure on Prof Jay – who took over in the summer after third chairman Dame Lowell Goddard quit – and Home Secretary Amber Rudd, who has insisted she still has confidence in the process.
 
Sources say the letters – from Hugh Davies QC, Elizabeth Prochaska, Toby Fisher and Aileen McColgan – will lift the lid on the toxic atmosphere at the inquiry's headquarters in Millbank, Central London, for the past year.
 
They are set to detail how Mr Emmerson was accused of bullying and harassment. And they repeat allegations made under Parliamentary privilege – which his lawyers have denied as 'categorically untrue' – that he sexually assaulted a woman in the inquiry offices. Mr Emmerson is being investigated by his employer, Matrix Chambers.
 
The senior lawyers will also say that Prof Jay and the inquiry team knew about the claims against Mr Emmerson but failed to look into them, and wrongly allowed him to resign with a glowing tribute in September – the day after suspending him because of 'serious concerns' about his leadership.
 
It is likely to emerge that there were 'long-standing concerns' about Mr Emmerson but that Prof Jay and the inquiry failed to take them seriously, with the result that some lawyers felt forced out or else resigned 'in protest'.
 
Sources have also told The Mail on Sunday that the inquiry misled MPs and the public by insisting that Mr Emmerson had been preparing a handover since September, earning £1,700 a day, when in reality he has not done any more work on the probe and was told never to return to the office.
 
It can also be revealed that two more lawyers are in the process of quitting and that some of those who had applied to replace Mr Emmerson have withdrawn their applications. A source said: 'Many people are considering their positions.'
 
Last night Labour MP Lisa Nandy said: 'Alexis Jay has got to provide a full account of what has happened. If she can't do that then she can't continue to lead the inquiry.'
 
The inquiry was already in crisis after it has lost three chairmen in its first two years. It has still not held a single evidence session or revealed where it will hold public hearings.
 
Yesterday Prof Jay told a newspaper that she had 'fought for this inquiry' and added: 'I don't intend to stop fighting for it now.'
 
Last night a spokesman for the inquiry said 'it would not be appropriate' to comment on the lawyers' letters. 
 
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3953520/Abuse-inquiry-chief-brink-lawyers-quit-reveal-Barristers-set-lift-lid-toxic-atmosphere-including-claims-bullying-harassment-QC-allegedly-ignored-chair.html#comments

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Post by willowthewisp on 21.11.16 12:30

Hi DougD,thanks for the article Oily Umuna the new Vaz(call me Jim) replacement,seems to have the same"Polished tone"of deportment and quickly ducked out of sight when proposed as the New Labour Leader,before Jeremy Corbyn was elected,sighting "Personal issues"as a means to not stand for the Leadership challenge,any skeletons in the cupboard Chuka?
As you state the"Establishment"have never wished for any sort of"airing"from the closed closet on their fellow Ma Learned friends activities,associated to Elm Guest House and Dolphin Square apartments salubrious events,"Body in Bag"mystery?
If all MP's have to swear an "Oath"to Parliament,is this along the lines of"Official Secrets Act"as No MP seems capable of answering straight forward questioning upon leaving behind their Parliamentary duties after leaving Office?

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Post by sallypelt on 02.12.16 19:34

In a very strongly worded open letter responding to media criticism, a chief constable says the probe is not a "witch-hunt".

Police chief reveals 'significant number of allegations' in Sir Edward Heath case


Wiltshire chief constable Mike Veale strongly defended his force's handling of the case, denying it was a "fishing trip or witch-hunt". 

In an unusually stern open letter, Mr Veale hit back at critics, before revealing the extent of allegations for the first time.

Mr Veale said: "Over the last few weeks particularly, there has been much speculation about this case.

"I am an experienced senior investigator, with over 30 years in policing and I have complete confidence in my investigation team."


He described the investigation as "complex and multi-stranded".
But he added: "Fact: This is not a 'fishing trip' or 'witch-hunt' - both of these terms have been unfairly levelled at us."
He continued: "Fact: ...a significant number of individuals have disclosed allegations of abuse. I will not be confirming numbers of people who have come forward." 

He described the former Tory PM, who died in July 2005 aged 89, as an "extremely prominent, influential and high profile person".
The police probe, named Operation Conifer, began in 2015 after claims against Sir Edward emerged.
Last weekend The Mail On Sunday reported the contents of a leaked confidential report into Operation Conifer.
It referred to satanic ritual sex abuse.
"Let me be clear, this part of the investigation is only one small element of the overall inquiry and does not relate to Sir Edward Heath," Mr Veale said.
"It is also very important for me to reiterate that the report forms part of a live ongoing criminal investigation, so the disclosure of this information is something which we take very seriously.
"I consider the disclosure of this information a significant breach of confidentiality and trust and I am carefully considering what pro-active action the Force will be taking in relation to this."

http://news.sky.com/story/police-chief-reveals-significant-number-of-allegations-in-sir-edward-heath-case-10680646

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Post by willowthewisp on 03.12.16 15:51

Hi DougD,thanks for the link,having read the Daily Mail story and Dr Rachel Hoskins,working for the National Crime Association,then having intimate knowledge of"Satanic"worships,Dr Hoskins concludes that Lucy X and Nick to be fantasists relying on Hypnotherapy as evidence in these Investigations,Operation Conifer,Operation Midland?
There is something so wrong somewhere,where the Police find the Criminal Evidence or they mysteriously don't find it with regard to child abuse? Which will conclude that there is either a high level Paedophile ring having been in operation,via,PIE organisation or there hasn't been such an organisation,associated to Elite Echelons in the chain of Command?
I await the charges to be brought against"Nick"for"Perverting the Coarse of Justice" in Operation Midland or mysteriously, there will be No Case to Answer?
Note how the"Spot light has turned to Football" and it's associations with child abuse allegations,taking the"Heat"from the Police incompetence associated to so many child abuse cases,"Look Over Here Don't Look Over There"?

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Post by sallypelt on 03.12.16 17:37



Such a happy couple, don't you think? Both with links  to Haut de la Garenne.

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Post by willowthewisp on 03.12.16 18:28

@sallypelt wrote:

Such a happy couple, don't you think? Both with links  to Haut de la Garenne.
Ah,but did "Jim" fix it for Ted or did Ted fix it for Jim,we're sailing along on a drift of a wave on the Morning cloud,"Pugwash and Bates?

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ICSA Truth Project

Post by Doug D on 13.12.16 19:39

The first forty-five abuse cases from the IICSA Truth Project have been ‘anonymised’ and published at:
 
https://www.iicsa.org.uk/key-documents/923/view/truth-project-shared-experiences.pdf
 
Not from every case, but seven snips from the first half of them, with similar stories as far as the CPS/Police are concerned, echoing a familiar story to recent discontinued cases.
 
…………………………..
Greg recalls that eventually Ken was arrested and interviewed. The Crown Prosecution Service (‘CPS’) were hesitant to charge him and they decided not to prosecute. Following Ken’s death, Greg said he felt frustrated that he never had the chance to take Ken to court and, at the me, he felt that the CPS were saying that Ken had not committed the abuse. The police advised Greg that he had enough evidence to take a civil action against the church, which he did. Greg did not go through the civil process for financial gain, but because he felt the church’s reaction had destroyed his life. The church initially fought the case but it was settled.
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After a breakdown, he reported it to the police, despite the fact that the GP was now dead. The police told him that it would have been a very difficult case to investigate as the GP would have claimed that there was a medical reason for what he had done. Russell has spoken to others who were abused by the same GP. It appeared that people knew what was going on but, as it was a long time ago and the doctor was in a position of power, no action was taken.
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The police were informed but said that, as the individuals were just on the right side of the law, there was nothing that could be done. Jamie told the police that he was not prepared to go to court and the case was dropped by the Crown Prosecution Service. Jamie feels that very few people come forward to report abuse in his religious community, but when they do, most withdraw due to pressure and intimidation from within that community.
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A couple of years ago, Hayley decided to go to the police. She a ended a lot of interviews and said she had to relive her experiences many times over, and felt relieved when she heard that the care worker was to be charged. However, the charges against the care worker were subsequently dropped. Hayley feels that she was not able to get any justice from the system with regard to what had happened to her in the past and she feels as though she has been abused again.
………………………………
.....reported Jim to the police, and Jim was arrested. When questioned, Jim said that he vaguely remembered Ian. The Crown Prosecution Service told Ian that it was his word against Jim’s and there was not enough evidence, although he found them very helpful. The case went no further
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Ruth contacted the police who arranged a meeting in a police station. She described this meeting as a very formal interview with lots of repeated questions, and she has since heard that the police investigated the case but were unable to take it forward.
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……the police were made aware of the names of children who may have suffered abuse, one of whom was Lawrence. The case went to the magistrates' court and then the Crown Court, but a decision was made to proceed with only two main charges. Lawrence believes that the judge at the trial put pressure on the witnesses, and he directed a verdict of not guilty. At the end of the trial, the judge said to Stanley that, as he had been found not guilty, he could leave the court with his good name intact. Lawrence was told by letter that Stanley had been found not guilty. He was furious and devastated. Lawrence told us the police advised him that they had found a very large number of indecent images on Stanley’s computer, but none of these were taken into account at the trial or at any other point. Several witnesses’ cases were discarded and not even allowed to lie on file.

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Child abuse inquiry counsel Ben Emmerson cleared

Post by Doug D on 14.12.16 18:25

‘Cleared’ of TV allegations?
 
No complaint was made to the police apparently, so presumably no formal investigation was carried out and a retired QC comes out with this:
 

 
Did he actually interview the inquiry worker and if so on whose authority?
 
Anyway the BBC run with it:
 
Child abuse inquiry counsel Ben Emmerson cleared
 
1 hour ago      
From the section 
UK
 
The former senior counsel to the independent inquiry into historical child sexual abuse in England and Wales has been cleared of allegations of sexual assault and harassment.
 
An inquiry worker claimed he groped her in a lift in September.
 
But a former director of public prosecutions has now exonerated Ben Emmerson QC "without hesitation".


Mr Emmerson, who quit the inquiry in September, said he was "very pleased" with the investigation's outcome.


He said: "This has been a difficult period and I am naturally very pleased that an independent senior judge has now confirmed that the allegations against me were always unfounded."


The inquiry worker said the senior lawyer assaulted her at the inquiry's offices in Millbank in central London in early September.


Mr Emmerson was suspended over what the inquiry said were concerns about his leadership, and then resigned.


His chambers, Matrix, set up an inquiry into his conduct, led by Sir David Calvert-Smith.


As well as being a former senior counsel to the inquiry, Mr Emmerson is a deputy High Court judge, a visiting professor of human rights law at Oxford University and a leading international lawyer.


The national child abuse inquiry was set up in 2014 to examine whether public bodies including the police have failed in their duty to protect children from sexual abuse. It will also examine claims of abuse involving "well-known people".


It is currently led by Professor Alexis Jay but has been beset by problems, most notably the resignations of her three predecessors.
 
http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-38316252
 
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As an aside, iirc, it was Bindmans that wrote to Joana Morais, Paulo Reis and possibly others trying to enforce a D-notice outside of the UK in respect of Henri Exton.

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Post by icanseeyou on 14.12.16 21:38

48 seconds of words spoken over 40 years ago sums so much up. Straight from the horses mouth.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GwkOWPauu_A
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Post by Tony Bennett on 19.02.17 9:52

Edward Heath's yacht 'Morning Cloud' regularly pulled into St. Helier harbour, Jersey, where he would pick up boys from Haut la Garenne, the notorious children's home that Jimmy Savile also use to visit on a regular basis.

A child's skull was found at Haut la Garenne which contained 1.6% collagen, proving it was human/animal remains. The mass media contrived to claim that the skull was a coconut. Eddie & Keela of Madeleine McCann fame alerted to the past presence of one or more corpses in the basements of Haut la Garenne.

According to this Daily Mirror article about 18 months ago, one witness saw ELEVEN boys board the yacht one day, but only ten returned.

http://www.mirror.co.uk/news/uk-news/eleven-boys-went-edward-heaths-6209310

Let us also recall that former member here Mike Gunnill used to have his website absolutely plastered with HUNDREDS of photographs from his visits to Haut la Garenne.

A day after we brought this fact to light here on CMOMM, he removed them all from his website.

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Post by Mirage on 19.02.17 10:03

Jimmy Savile was approached for a comment on his visits to Haut de la Garenne and responded with a terse, "Never been there". Shortly afterwards a photograph of him, pictured in that very place and surrounded by a large group of children, emerged.

I never think of that place without recalling the appalling treatment of that obviously decent detective, Lenny Harper.


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Post by ChippyM on 19.02.17 10:10

Another one the 'conspiracy theorists' were on to years ago.

I just hope this isn't going to get discredited and swept under the carpet like the MacAlpine and Britton Stuff

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Post by Tony Bennett on 20.02.17 22:49

As the Chief Constable of Wiltshire says he is 120% certain that late Sir Edward Heath was a paedophile...who took children from Haut la Garenne aboard his yacht, 'Morning Cloud'...

...with more evidence about Heath's paedophilia emerging day by day...    



...let us at the same time recall this story in the Daily Mirror last year....

http://www.mirror.co.uk/news/uk-news/paedophile-sir-clement-freud-shared-8194934

...which revealed that serial paedophile the late Sir Cyril Smith shared his House of Commons office with serial paedophile the late Sir Clement Freud...

...who befriended the McCanns, inviting them to his Praia da Luz villa, where he mocked and scoffed at Martin Grime and his highly trained corpse scent-sniffing dogs, Eddie & Keela...







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Post by MayMuse on 20.02.17 23:18

Edward Heath, born in Kent, lived in Wiltshire............
Lots of Kent, Wiltshire people isn't there?

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Post by Doug D on 27.02.17 15:08

Hot potato that nobody wants to handle?
 
Heath paedophile investigation plunged into further chaos as detective in charge goes off with stress
 
            Martin Evans, crime correspondent
 
27 FEBRUARY 2017 • 8:53AM
 
The Sir Edward Heath sex abuse investigation has been plunged into further chaos after the senior detective in charge was signed off work with stress.
Superintendent Sean Memory went on long term sick leave last month, just weeks after being put in overall charge of Operation Conifer - the £800,000 probe into allegations that the late former Prime Minister was a paedophile.
Sources said Mr Memory's decision to take time off with stress was the result of "combination of factors" but said it had followed a period of intense pressure.
 
The Telegraph has also discovered that Mr Memory is facing a disciplinary investigation, although it is understood it is not connected with his work on Operation Conifer.
 
A source close to the investigation said his sudden departure had further undermined the probe, which has been riven with controversy since it was launched in August 2015.
 
He said: "With Sean going off, it is not clear where this leaves Conifer. It has just been one problem after another. There have been negative headlines at every turn and it is not as if the force doesn't have other crime fighting problems to deal with."
 
A spokesman for Wiltshire Police said: “We can confirm that Supt Sean Memory is off work through sickness. Personal sickness absence is an issue that we would not comment upon further, due to the fact that it is a private matter between employee and employer.
 
“Likewise we can confirm that Supt Sean Memory is currently under investigation for misconduct."
 
The spokesman said while they would not comment on the nature of the misconduct investigation, it was not related to Operation Conifer or his work as a Senior Investigation Officer.
 
The spokesman added that the misconduct investigation was not a matter that would warrant Mr Memory's suspension from the force.
 
Mr Memory, who was Wiltshire's Head of Crime, came in for criticism at the outset of Operation Conifer, when he appeared on television outside Sir Edward's former Salisbury home, Arundells, appealing for "victims" of the late Prime Minister to come forward.
 
The appeal came after a retired police officer came forward with allegations that a 1992 trial featuring a brothel keeper had been dropped at the last minute when she threatened to expose Sir Edward as one of her clients.
 
The Independent Police Complaints Commission (IPCC) launched a probe into the claims, but it was subsequently established that the trial had actually been dropped because two of the prosecution witnesses refused to give evidence.
Despite the cover up claims being debunked, Wiltshire Police, under the leadership of Chief Constable, Mike Veale, ploughed on with the sex abuse investigation.
 
But in his television appeal at the time Mr Memory said: "What is important to me, is are there victims of sexual abuse from Sir Ted Heath, or witnesses and if so I would ask them to come forward today. I would actively encourage people to come forward and trust us."
 
Wiltshire Police assigned a team of 21 police officers and staff to the investigation to dig for any evidence of wrongdoing, despite the fact the former Prime Minister has been died in 2005, aged 89.
 
In December, amid mounting criticism over the cost and progress of the inquiry, Chief Constable Mike Veale issued a robust defence, insisting that he was "duty bound" to investigate any allegations made.
 
Mr Veale denied it was a "witch-hunt", and said he would publish a report into the matter later this year.
 
But he has also admitted that the findings may never be made public as much of the information gathered during the investigation will have to remain confidential.
 
Last week reports suggested that Mr Veale was "120 per cent" convinced of the guilt of Sir Edward.
 
There have been mounting calls for the investigation to be closed down, but a spokesman insisted the force remained satisfied with its progress, despite the departure of Mr Memory.
 
The spokesman said: “It is very important that we stress there is no risk to Operation Conifer due to this set of circumstances. To ensure continuity in this complex investigation, it continues to be overseen by Assistant Chief Constable Paul Mills and has been, and will continue to be, subject to regular scrutiny through a Gold Group meeting structure which reviews actions and activity.
 
"The Force has every confidence in how the investigation has been conducted to date. Supt Steve Kirby (an experienced investigator who has worked on this case from the outset) has been appointed as SIO for Operation Conifer.
 
“The experienced and highly skilled investigation team will continue to investigate fairly, objectively and proportionately, without fear or favour, seeking to provide the public with confidence in the police response.
 
“The proportionality and justification for the investigation remains under constant review, assisted by an external scrutiny panel. It has also been subject of an independent review by Operation Hydrant.”
 
http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2017/02/26/heath-paedophile-investigation-plunged-chaos-detective-charge/

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Post by willowthewisp on 27.02.17 15:28

So Superintendent Mr Sean Memory was One Hundred and Twenty Percent sure of a Former Conservative Prime Minister to have been involved in the Investigation as to whether or not he was a Paedophile-Operation Conifer.
Then is suddenly effected by a"Stress related",related to Work place investigations Mis-Conduct in a public Office appertains to a variety of attachments to a Superintendent?

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