AND ITS HER FKING BROTHER WHO WAS THE HEAD LAWMAN AT THE TIME OF THE COVER UP
Another independent inquiry, looking at historical sexual abuse and institutions’ protection of children, will be led by retired senior judge Elizabeth Butler-Sloss.
Meanwhile, a former West Mercia Police officer has told the BBC he saw documents in the 1990s suggesting the existence of a paedophile network involving public officials and clergy.
Terry Shutt was involved in the 1992 arrest of Peter Righton, a founding member of the Paedophile Information Exchange who was convicted of importing child pornography.
Mr Shutt, a former detective constable, told the BBC that five suitcases of letters found when Righton’s home was raided pointed to a paedophile network but he was “confident that the main link into the establishment” was not followed up.
The Metropolitan Police said it could not comment on the case but a police source from the time said it was “nonsense” to say the investigation was closed down.
Mr Shutt’s comments are among a number of claims relating to the alleged activities of child abusers dating back to the 1960s.
Home Secretary Theresa May has said Baroness Butler-Sloss’s review will examine the case for mandatory reporting.