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Beyond the Dutroux Affair

The reality of protected child abuse and snuff networks

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Warning: The information in this article is not suited for anyone below the age of 18, as it involves extreme
sexual violence against children. A certain amount of normally-illegal visual evidence (it is censored) has been

"What you have to understand, John, is that sometimes there are forces
and events too big, too powerful, with so much at stake for other people
or institutions, that you cannot do anything about them, no matter how
evil or wrong they are and no matter how dedicated or sincere you are
or how much evidence you have. This is simply one of the hard facts of
life you have to face. "

- Former CIA director and Cercle member William Colby giving advice
to his friend senator John DeCamp, urging him to quit his
investigations into the Franklin child abuse affair and to write a book
about his experiences (The Franklin Coverup, 2nd edition, foreword).

"From East Belfast's Kincora Boys' Home, via Leicestershire,
Staffordshire and London, to the children's homes ofClwyd, we have
Belgium's biggest secret. witnessed 25 years of cover-up. Cover-up, not to protect the

innocent but to protect the regularly named elements of the British establishment who surface whenever
widespread evidence of child abuse is exposed. From the public schools right through to the Catholic
and Anglican churches, child abuse has been allowed a special place of sanctuary... Social workers,
police, security services, local and national political figures remain the common factors in the fall-out
from the [child abuse] inquiries... In case after case the cycle is described - a child is 'taken into care',
then abused in a home, handed on to an outside pedophile ring and out on to the rent-boy/prostitution
circuit beyond, if they live that long... Journalists find themselves battling first with authority, then with
the libel laws, to publish the truth about a vast web of abuse. "

- June 6, 1996, The Guardian, True scandal of the child abusers'. These lines were written by the author
of the article and are not quotes.

"/ look at him [inspector De Baets], and I really want to believe him, but somewhere, I know that I will
never make it. The people I have known are too powerful, too influential, too untouchable. I realize that;
the investigators not yet. "

- Victim-witness Regina Louf (X1) from Belgium describes her thoughts when she first began to testify
in secret in September 1996 (1998, 'Zwijgen is voor Daders,' p. 203).

"The news item that

removed the ground

from under my feet

lasts four minutes...

The people in the

streets react equally

bitter. They do not

want to lose

Connerotte. The

parents of the missing

and murdered girls

express their anger in

public. Their hope

Part 1 Foreword

Part 2 Where things began: Dutroux's reign of terror

Part 3 Failure to catch Dutroux

Part 4 Nihoul

Part 5 Victim-witnesses come forward

Part 6 Questioning the alters

Part 7 A sniff of extreme abuse

Part 8 Girls XI had witnessed being murdered

Part 9 Who backed up the claims of XI

Part 10 Dismantling the investigation

Part 1 1 Questionable and extremely compromised researchers

Part 1 2 The accused in finance

Part 1 3 The accused in (private) intelligence and politics

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hurts me. They think

that Connerotte is not

yet a lost cause. Their

naitivity reminds me

of the hope I once

had. I have learned to

prepare for the worst.

And the worst

happened. "

- Victim-witness


about tlie October

1996 White March

in which 300,000

people went to
protest in Brussels
against the removal

of Jean-Marc
Connerotte from the


investigation. (1998,

'Zwijgen is voor


"The men who raped

us weren 't
particularly attracted
to children. The only

thing they were

interested in was to

go beyond all limits

from a sexual point of

view. And children

were perfect for that.

They kept quiet and

did what was asked of

them. "

- January 8, 1996,

Quote from Regina




facing an enormous

judicial scandal

yesterday after its

most senior public

prosecutor ordered

an investigation into

the unexplained

disappearance of up

to 24 young women in

northern Burgundy

over the past 30

"The investigation

follows the revelation

that almost all of the

records of criminal

investigations started

and dropped by the

prosecutor's office in

Auxerre between

1958 and 1982-

including many cases

Part 14 The US connection continued

Part 15 More on the Satanic link and the biggest picture possible

Part 16 Conclusion

"Imagine, everywhere you hear that story about a blackmail dossier in which organizations of the
extreme right are in the possession of pictures and videos on which a number of prominent people in and
around Brussels have sex with young girls; minors it is said. The existence of this dossier has always
been vehemently denied. Until it was proven that testimonies and videos of this affair indeed were in the
possession of the police services. An officer of the judicial police (Marnette, H.G.) denied the existence
of these videos, while afterwards this person's superior admitted that they did exist, that they were kept
with the judicial police in Brussels, but that they were completely worthless. Strange, because this stuff
needs to be deposited with the registrar and not be kept in the possession of some police service.
Subsequently, examining magistrate Jean-Marie Schlicker confirms that this dossier does indeed exist,
but that he wishes not to give any testimonies about it. The at first non-existing dossier turns out to exist.
The videos without substance then turn out to be interesting enough afier all to be handed over to the
examining magistrate tasked with the investigation into the Gang ofNijvel. But this person subsequently
is afraid to testify about that! What do you think that has been going on here ? "

-September 1989, Congressman Hugo Coveliers, secretary of the special investigating committee tasked
witli evaluating the way gangsterism and terrorism is combated in Belgium (1988-1990), to Humo
magazine (1990, Hugo Gijsels, 'De Bende & Co', p. 133-134). Coveliers became a senator in 1995.

"When I saw in how much trouble he got [sergeant Michel Clippe, who had convinced her to testify] and
how my own dossier evolved, I decided to quit. In any case, even back then you could already see how
the people surrounding De Baets were collectively being stonewalled. They didn't stand a chance. "

- Victim-witness X2, a police officer. Because of her job she recognized many judges and attorneys
among her former abusers. Certain names and details were also given by XI and other witnesses (1999,
'De X-dossiers', p. 321).

"Only very few reporters are still listening to me, listen to my cry for help. They are not allowed to
publish or broadcast. They all tell me that they are stonewalled by their bosses... The aggression of some
of the magazines, newspapers and tv programs is frightening. This is not normal anymore, this is a war
in which the victims have become disposable waste. "

- Victim-witness Regina Louf (XI) about the media's reaction to the initially open-minded reports about
the XI case by De Morgen and Panorama in January 1998 (1998, 'Zwijgen is voor Daders,' p. 257).


A number of Dutch and French language books have appeared on the Dutroux affair since 1996,
with one standing out above the rest. This is the generally hard-to-get 1999 book The X-
Dossiers', written by respected investigative journalists Marie-Jeanne Van Heeswyck, Annemie
Bulte and Douglas De Coninck. Page after page they explain how the most important aspects of
the whole Dutroux investigation, in which Dutroux ultimately became a minor detail, were
manipulated and finally discarded. The book presented the most powerful case possible for a
massive cover up. However, there was one thing the authors couldn't do and that was to publish
the names of those who had been accused by a whole range of witnesses. The reason is obvious:
if the authors would have published these names they would have been paying damages for the
rest of their lives..

A lot of information in this article can be found in the book 'The X-Dossiers', with the primary
difference being that all the names of the alleged abusers have been included. This has become
possible because the Dutroux dossier, including the testimonies of the X-witnesses, were leaked
to a number of reporters in the late 1990s. Both the final Dutroux dossier, which has largely been
sanitized from any important information, and a summary of official reports from August 1996 to
May-June 1997 have been used by this author to verify the claims made in a number of books
and to find out the identities of the alleged abusers. Seeing the names and reading the biographies
can be quite a shock initially, but it will also clarify how a cover up of this magnitude was

The power of the Dutroux affair and its X-Dossiers is that it will enable anyone to see how a
state can be controlled and undermined by a cabal that is able to place its own members in
crucial positions in any investigation that might lead to its own exposure. The question of why
the majority of the media is so cooperative is the only aspect that cannot be fully explained in
this article, although it can be shown that the media is willingly working with official

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of missing women -

had been stolen or

destroyed... "


investigations into

dysfunctions in the

local welfare, police

already hinted at a
pattern of cover-ups

and incoynpetence.
French newspapers

have compared the
case to the "Dutroux
affair" in Belgium, in

which the alleged
paedophile ring

operator and child

murderer Marc

Dutroux appeared to

have benefited from

official protection. "

- December 13, 2001,

The Independent,

'French prosecutor

orders investigation

into scandal of

missing women'

"In August 1997 the

body of 57-year-old

Christian Jambert

was found in the

cellar of his home in
Auxerre. There was, it

was said at the time,
a single bullet hole in

his throat, a hunting
rifle by his side and a

suicide note nearby. "

investigators in manipulating and debunking all aspects of an investigation that are not
appreciated by the cabal.

Some might find it unethical to publish the names of mere suspects, especially when talking
about child abuse. The author fully agrees with this argument, but only under normal
circumstances in which an investigation is carried out the way it should be. This has not
happened in the Dutroux affair, in which the honest, competent and dedicated researchers,
together with the most important witnesses, have unjustly been persecuted, harassed, tarred and
feathered by the media and the judiciary, with help from some of the alleged child abusers. That's
why the investigation, which has been dead and buried for many years now, should be taken
public. And let's not forget that the X-Dossiers involve a whole range of witnesses whose claims
overlap and in many cases involve highly specific details that have been verified by detectives. It
can also be argued that the mainstream press was anything but discrete in late 1996 when they
published the names of the politicians Elio Di Rupo and Jean-Pierre Grafe as alleged child
abusers. The evidence these claims were based on was meager to say the least and many times
less powerful than the combined testimonies of the X-witnesses. But, of course, the purpose of
this event was not to inform the public; it was an effort to discredit the rumors about high level
involvement in child abuse networks. It was known that sooner or later the X-witnesses would
reach the news and this was one of the pre-emptive strikes against these witnesses.

Several appendixes have been attached to this article. Most of these appendixes, which include
long lists of accused, victims, investigators and apparently assassinated, were more or less
finished before a beginning was made with writing this article. It has actually taken about 1 ,5
years to fill in all the biographies and translate the necessary passages of all the Dutch and
French sources used, but this was definitely worth the effort as it gave tremendous insight in
what has been going on in Belgium since the late 1970s, and provided some perspective to
reports that have come from the United States and elsewhere. It might be the last thing you'd
expect from a country with only ten million inhabitants, but Belgium's history of internal
subversion takes quite a while to get through.

Where things began: Dutroux's reign of terror

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