Thursday, November 13, 2014

Scotland Yard searching the Bodleian Library for Barbara Castle Dossier on alleged child sex abuse

Having failed to find the dossier on a paedophile sex abuse ring operating in parliament that was handed to then Home Secretary Leon Brittan by the late Geoffrey Dickens MP, we learn that Scotland Yard or now searching the same archive for a dossier on the same topic compiled by Barbara Castle MP also deceased.

(paraphrased from The Daily Star)
Latests revelation in the rapidly escalating paedophiles in politics scandal is that the former (and much loved) MP for Blackburn, 'Battling' Barbara Castle drew up her own dossier on VIP paedophiles in the 1980s: Sources to whom ms. Castle spoke at the time claim the file was seized by Special Branch personnel.

Officers seized and confiscated a file in which names of establishment figures involved in a elite paedophile ring were revealed, it was claimed yesterday.

Citing ‘national security' as just cause, Special Branch men removed the file which listed 16 MPs along with senior policemen, headteachers and clergy. Baroness Castle of Blackburn handed it to Don Hale, the editor of her local newspaper, the Bury Messenger. Mr Hale claimed a ‘heavy mob' of Special Branch officers raided his office in 1984 and took away the file, threatening him with prison if he resisted.

Mr. Hale is no stranger to controversy, it was he, as editor of the Matlock Mercury who was responsible for getting an innocent man pardoned on the notorious case of 'The Bakewell Tart murder', in which the a local clique closed ranks and protected the real culprit while stitching up Stephen Downing, an educationally sub normal man for the murder of Wendy Sewell, a legal secretary who though married was known to have many lovers.

Many people are calling for the current investigations into cases of historic child abuse to be dropped as many of the people involved are dead or too frail to face questioning. We disagree, while acknowledging that it would be difficult to prosecute the accused, what is of even greater concern that the abuse (vile though it is) is the culture of cover up among the various elites and the attitude that certain people are above the law.

The investigations must go on, names must be named and evidence revealed.

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