Sunday, 7 December 2014
‘DEPUTY PRIME MINISTER COVERED UP CHILD ABUSE’
In 1986, a Mr Derry Knight claimed that the UK’s deputy Prime Minister, William Whitelaw, was the leader of a Satanic cult.
With other highly-placed politicians, Whitelaw was said to lead the ‘Sons of Lucifer’, the overlords of British Satanism.
Before Leon Brittan there was William Whitelaw.
As Margaret Thatcher’s Home Secretary from 1979 – 1983, ‘Willie Whitelaw ordered the police to scrap their inquiry into the VIP child sex abuse ring’.
Jeff Edwards, the journalist who wrote the story for the Evening News, says that after his story published he was hauled in by the police.
Jeff Edwards says that his source, a serving police officer, was disciplined.
Edwards says: “My source told me the Home Secretary had spoken to a senior Met Police boss and demanded action was taken to make sure nothing more was printed about the affair and that the investigation be dropped.”
Reporter Jeff Edwards revealed that six officers had taken statements from 40 youngsters.
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William Whitelaw was at one time the government minister in charge of Northern Ireland.
Chapman Pincher, in his book Traitors: The Labyrinths of Treason, wrote that police Special Branch officers, who were giving Sir Maurice Oldfield round-the-clock protection throughout his Northern Ireland appointment, discovered that male prostitutes were visiting Oldfield in his flat in London.
A report was sent to William Whitelaw.
Inquiry call on ex-MI6 chief
Who are the people on the UK government’s current child abuse inquiry panel?
“Barbara Hearn has a conflict of interest. She is a former deputy chief executive of the National Children’s Bureau, a charity that became notorious in the 1990s, after the police raided the home of its consultant, Peter Righton, and found letters between him and teachers, artists, aristocrats and clerics that discussed the abuse of hundreds of boys.
“Another member, Graham Wilmer, admits having a man who was later convicted for possessing child pornography as a lodger. No one who lets out a room is accountable for their tenant’s crimes. And the admission would matter less if Mr Wilmer had not sent vaguely menacing emails to one of the victims presenting evidence to the Home Office.”