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Vatic Note: I truly hope that we are not getting desensitized to these stories of paedophilia by the powerful, using the helpless or less powerful. We should be as outraged today about these stories as we would have been when there was so little known about them.
It definitely appears that Law enforcement are becoming desensitized to the damage such actions against children can do to their psychological well being, and that carries into adulthood for those children. They can never be recovered as most everyone knows.... there is no cure for paedophilia and victims end up becoming offenders.
Its a vicious cycle. The best way to do away with offenders is to not paedophile them in the first place. A Person's sexuality is set by the time they are 26, and if they are paedophiled as children, its set immediately at that time. That is what makes it such a true and destructive crime.
As we will see later, there is a deep connection between sexually molesting a child and satanism. We have something coming up soon just on that subject and its an important factor to consider with respect to how to treat them if they were turned that way through trauma.
Now police investigate two undercover officers over claims they abused former child actor at guest house ‘used by VIP paedophile ring’
by Paul Cahalan, Jonathan Corke and Ian Gallaher, December 14, 2014
Two former police officers are being
investigated over claims they sexually abused a former child actor at a
guesthouse allegedly frequented by VIPs and politicians, The Mail on
Sunday can reveal.
Lee Towsey claims two undercover
officers, who were themselves investigating abuse claims, sexually
assaulted him at the Elm Guest House in South-West London. The guesthouse is at the centre of a
police investigation looking into allegations that young boys were
abused by Westminster politicians, judges, pop stars and a member of the
The new revelation comes amid a flood
of serious allegations, including that police covered up the name of an
MP who abused a child at the former guesthouse.
Earlier this month, Home Secretary
Theresa May described claims that MPs murdered and abused children at an
exclusive block of flats as ‘the tip of the iceberg’.
In an interview with The Mail on Sunday
in April, Mr Towsey said he had sex with two officers who were gaining
intelligence on the guesthouse prior to the June 1982 raid.
Mr Towsey worked as a masseur at the
guesthouse but was 16 at the time of the offences, which was under the
age of homosexual consent then. He said: ‘The first came in April and I
had sex with him.
‘He turned out to be one of the officers who later raided the house.
‘He came back about three weeks later and hired a room. He stayed two nights and on the second night his partner stayed too.
‘I ended up having sex with them.
Afterwards they asked me “how much” and I told them that they were not
clients and I felt insulted they wanted to pay me.’
Mr Towsey, who appeared in Grange Hill
and Doctor Who, was taken to Richmond police station after the raid,
where, he claims, he saw the second officer. Metropolitan Police
detectives launched the investigation after Mr Towsey reported the
allegations to police in early 2013. It referred the matter to the
Independent Police Complaints Commission (IPCC), but the watchdog
decided not to investigate and sent the case back to the Met.
The Met’s Directorate of Professional
Standards is now leading the investigation, Operation Yvonne, into the
former officers, who were police constables at the time of the alleged
offence. Scotland Yard has refused to release their names.
After the raid the guesthouse owners,
Harry and Carole Kasir, were convicted of keeping a disorderly house and
having obscene videos. They were given a two-year suspended sentence
and fined £1,000.
Mr Towsey’s lawyer said police had now
asked his client to provide a further statement about the claims. Nigel
Fisher, of Fletcher Day solicitors, said: ‘We are pleased police have
now officially launched an investigation into the events.
‘It is an important step in taking
Lee’s case further. Police have asked Lee to give a further statement
which he is doing in the next couple of weeks.’
Operation Yvonne is the latest
off-shoot from Operation Fernbridge, which is looking into claims
children were abused at the former guest house, which is now a row of
flats. Police have already confirmed the disgraced former Liberal MP Sir
Cyril Smith, who Mr Towsey said was one of his clients, was a visitor.
Police are probing allegations VIPs
preyed on boys who were brought to the guesthouse in Rocks Lane, Barnes,
from a nearby children’s home. It has also been suggested that police
or security services covered up the name of a politician who allegedly
abused a child taken into custody the night of the raid.
A social worker who was at the police station claimed details of the boy’s account were left out of his police statement. The social worker said that the boy had
spoken of a man called ‘Uncle XXXXX’ and that the man worked ‘at the
big houses’ – the Houses of Parliament.
However references to both ‘Uncle
XXXXX’ and the Houses of Parliament were left out of what should have
been a verbatim account of his statement. Simon Danczuk MP, who spoke to Mr
Towsey after it emerged that Cyril Smith was a regular visitor to the
guesthouse, said: ‘These latest allegations are very worrying and
suggest that the awful experiences young lads had to endure there were
compounded by a botched police investigation.
‘If we’re going to uncover the truth of
what happened at Elm Guest House it’s vital that the role of the police
in investigating these criminal activities is examined thoroughly.’
As well as Operation Fernbridge, the Met has a number of active investigations into VIP-related child abuse ongoing.
Operation Fairbank is looking into
claims a paedophile ring had links to Westminster, while Operation
Midland is looking into explosive claims boys were abused and even
killed by Conservative politicians at Dolphin Square, a block of flats
in Pimlico, London.
The Home Office, which came under fire
for losing a dossier of alleged abuses given by Geoffrey Dickens to
former Home Secretary Leon Brittan in 1983, is conducting a public
inquiry into historic abuse.
A Met police spokesman said: ‘We can
confirm that allegations of historical sexual abuse against two former
officers, alleged to have taken place in the 1980s, were passed to the
IPCC for its consideration. It referred the matter back to the Met for
local department of professional standards investigation.’
A spokesman for the IPCC said a senior
investigator assessed the available information and decided the force
should continue with its own investigation. The spokesman said: ‘We
asked the force to refer the matter again if any evidence was found that
may merit this decision being reconsidered.’
… and new probe launched into child sex abuse at Jonathan King disco
A police probe into a celebrity
paedophile ring, which led to the convictions of pop mogul Jonathan King
and DJ Chris Denning, has been sensationally reopened, the Mail on
Sunday can reveal.
An independent report into Surrey
Police’s high-profile investigation into the Walton Hop disco has found
the original operation did not fully explore all lines of inquiry.
Surrey’s Operation Arundel, which ran
for six years from 2000, centred on the disco in Walton-on-Thames,
Surrey where King and Denning picked up victims in the 1970s and 80s.
Visitors to the disco are understood to have included a string of celebrities – including pop stars and famous TV personalities. King, 70, ex-Radio 1 star Chris
Denning, 73, and Robert Randall, a DJ at the disco, were prosecuted.
Several well-known figures were arrested but not charged, including TV
presenter Matthew Kelly and former Bay City Rollers manager Tam Paton.
Now it can be revealed that an
independent report by Merseyside Police to ‘establish whether there were
any further investigative lines of enquiry’ identified a number of
actions, which Surrey Police said they ‘are now progressing’. The new
operation, codenamed Ravine, will draw on information from the
Metropolitan Police’s Operation Yewtree.
Last month, Yewtree detectives secured
the conviction of Denning on 40 charges against boys aged from nine to
16 in the 1970s and 1980s. He is due to be sentenced next week. No arrests have been made and police have asked anyone with information to come forward.
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