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Date d'inscription : 18/09/2007

MessageSujet: Pédophilie à Westminster   Ven 19 Déc - 17:44

Enquête sur une affaire de pédophilie et de meurtres d'enfants à Westminster

De notre correspondant à Londres

Les faits remonteraient aux années 70 et 80. Depuis, ils ont fait l'objet de rumeurs récurrentes et de soupçons sur la protection dont auraient bénéficié les coupables. Ces derniers mois, les allégations se sont multipliées. Elles ont enfin été jugées suffisamment sérieuses par la police britannique pour déclencher l'ouverture d'une enquête sur le meurtre éventuel de trois garçons dans le cadre d'un réseau pédophile impliquant des personnalités des milieux politiques, judiciaires, économiques ou militaires.

Le mois dernier, un homme d'une quarantaine d'années, désigné sous le pseudonyme de Nick, a témoigné sur la BBC et dans un tabloïd avoir été, entre les âges de 6 et 16 ans, livré de façon régulière par son père à un cercle pédophile où il était abusé et violé, avec 15 à 20 autres garçons et adolescents. Une voiture avec chauffeur venait le chercher pour le conduire sur les lieux où étaient organisées des orgies pédophiles, notamment dans le quartier londonien de Pimlico, près du Parlement de Westminster, où résident de nombreux hommes politiques.

«Ils n'avaient aucune peur de se faire attraper»



Nick assure y avoir vu un garçon de 12 ans se faire étrangler par un député conservateur. L'information aurait été corroborée par un autre témoin. Un autre garçon a été tué en présence d'un politicien proche de Margaret Thatcher lors d'une de ces séances, et un troisième aurait été délibérément renversé par une voiture dans une rue de Londres. «C'étaient des gens très puissants et ils ont contrôlé ma vie pendant neuf ans, témoigne Nick dans le Sunday People. On ne pouvait pas leur résister, on faisait ce qu'ils demandaient sans poser de question, les punitions étaient très sévères. Ils n'avaient aucune peur de se faire attraper, cela ne leur traversait pas l'esprit.»

Scotland Yard juge ces informations «crédibles et véridiques», bien qu'aucune preuve ou corps n'ait été retrouvé. Nick a donné les noms d'autres enfants abusés avec lui et ceux de tortionnaires. «Mon équipe enquête sur le possible meurtre de trois jeunes garçons. Nous examinons les dossiers des personnes disparues à cette époque», précise Kenny McDonald, officier de la Metropolitan Police. Un appel à témoignages a été lancé. La police du Sussex enquête par ailleurs sur la disparition en 1981 d'un garçon de huit ans, Vishal Mehotra, dont le père accuse un gang de pédophiles de l'establishment londonien.

Dossiers disparus



Le commissaire adjoint Steve Rodhouse confirme des allégations sérieuses «d'abus sexuel par des politiciens de haut niveau et des membres de l'establishment britannique». Il reconnaît que «ces faits criminels ont été négligés» par la police. Le nom d'un seul suspect a été révélé. Il s'agit de Peter Hayman, ancien diplomate et directeur du MI6, aujourd'hui décédé, condamné pour possession d'images pédophiles.

Si elle se confirme, cette affaire sordide serait l'un des plus gros scandales sexuels de l'historie du pays, depuis celle du prédateur Jimmy Savile, ex-animateur de la BBC. Connue depuis les années 90, elle aurait été longtemps étouffée. Une enquête interne a été déclenchée cet été par le ministère de l'Intérieur sur la disparition de 114 dossiers relatifs à des accusations de sévices sexuels infligés à des enfants entre 1979 et 1999 impliquant des personnalités politiques.

source : Ahttp://www.lefigaro.fr/international/2014/12/19/01003-20141219ARTFIG00183-enquete-sur-une-affaire-de-pedophilie-et-de-meurtres-d-enfants-a-westminster.php
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MessageSujet: Re: Pédophilie à Westminster   Ven 19 Déc - 17:55

Father claims Scotland Yard covered up son's murder by Westminster paedophiles

Exclusive: The father of murdered eight-year-old Vishal Mehrotra says police ignored a tip-off that the boy may have been abducted by a VIP paedophile ring

The father of an eight-year-old boy murdered in the 1980s claims that his son may have died at the hands of a Westminster paedophile ring - and that Scotland Yard helped “cover up” the crime.
Vishambar Mehrotra, a retired magistrate, recorded a male prostitute saying in a telephone call that his son may have been abducted and taken to a now notorious guesthouse in 1981.
He took the recording to police at the time but claims they refused to investigate an allegation implicating “judges and politicians”. Mr Mehrotra said it had been a “huge cover-up”.

The Metropolitan Police announced last week that they were investigating possible murders linked to the Elm Guest House in Barnes, south-west London. The new inquiry began when an alleged victim came forward claiming to have witnessed three boys being killed, including one allegedly strangled by a Conservative MP during a depraved sex game.
He claimed that high-profile paedophiles abused children at locations in London in the 1970s and 1980s.

Mr Mehrotra’s son Vishal was abducted as he walked home to Putney after watching the Prince of Wales and Diana Spencer ride to their wedding in a carriage on July 29 1981.
He had gone ahead of other family members for the last few hundred yards. He was last seen less than a mile from the guesthouse.
Mr Mehrotra claims he received an anonymous call from a male prostitute in the months following. A man he guessed to be in his 20s told him Vishal may have been abducted by “highly placed” paedophiles operating from the Elm Guest House, Mr Mehrotra said.
He told The Telegraph: “I was contacted by a young man who seemed to be in his 20s. He told me he believed Vishal may have been taken by paedophiles in the Elm Guest House near Barnes Common.
“He said there were very highly placed people there. He talked about judges and politicians who were abusing little boys.” Mr Mehrotra, a solicitor who was a JP at Wimbledon magistrates’ court until retiring in 2006, claims the man said he had already informed police about activities at the guesthouse, but had received no response.
He added: “I recorded the whole 15-minute conversation and took it to police. But instead of investigating it, they just pooh-poohed it and I never heard anything about the tape again. The whole thing went cold.
“At that time I trusted the police. But when nothing happened, I became confused and concerned.
“Now it is clear to me that there has been a huge cover up. There is no doubt in my mind.”
In February 1982, part of Vishal’s skeleton was found in woodland in West Sussex. There was no trace of his legs, pelvis or lower spine, nor of his outer clothes, his sleeveless vest or his Superman underpants.
At the inquest into his death, the West Sussex coroner Mark Calvert Lee recorded an open verdict but said “foul play” was likely.
Police said 20,000 people had been interviewed, half of them in nearby Putney, and 6,000 properties checked.
Mr Mehrotra, now 69 and living in West Molesey near Hampton Court, said he had “hardly been contacted” by police in the intervening years.
He said he had not been spoken to in recent months despite the alleged witness reporting the murder of three boys at the time Vishal vanished.
Mr Mehrotra said: “This guesthouse was right next to where Vishal disappeared. There were predatory people there who were taking young boys and abusing them.
“It seems to me that it all adds up, so I can’t understand why the police have again failed to get in contact with me. I think the revelations of Savile and others in recent months have opened up a Pandora’s box. Hopefully everything will all come out soon.”
In June 1982, four months after Vishal’s remains were found, police raided the Elm Guest House.
Dozens of men were questioned, reportedly including at least 30 who were prominent in public life and business. It was widely reported at the time that the raids were linked to Vishal’s disappearance. The Times reported that the investigation had included the disappearance of another boy, Martin Allen, 15, missing since Guy Fawkes Night, 1979, whose body has never been discovered. The son of the chauffeur to the Australian High Commissioner, he was last seen waving goodbye to a school friend at King’s Cross Underground station.
Police at the time dismissed the reports as “nonsense”. Soon afterwards, lawyers acting on behalf of the guesthouse threatened newspapers with legal action if they continued reporting on its alleged activities.
Martin’s brother said on Tuesday that police should reopen the investigation into the teenager’s disappearance. Kevin Allen, 51, said he had always suspected a cover-up after police told him all the case files had been lost in a freak flood.
He said: “I think it’s a new lead. Anything to ensure these people don’t get away with it. I think there are powerful forces involved in this. Years ago I was warned by a policeman that if I looked too deep into this then I might get hurt. I’ve never forgotten that.
“We have barely heard anything for 20 years, but there are other missing cases where the police barely stopped looking.
“My dad died never knowing what happened to Martin. We would love to have an answer for my mother before she passes away.”
In May 1983, as police wound up the inquiry into Vishal Mehrotra’s death, Carole and Harry Kasir, the owners of the Elm Guest House were fined £1,000 each and given suspended nine-month sentences at the Old Bailey for “running a disorderly house”. They were found not guilty of living off immoral earnings and having obscene films.
Five years later Carole told child protection officers that children from the council-run Grafton Close Children’s Home had been supplied to the brothel. She provided names of people who had frequented the guesthouse.
The Liberal MP Cyril Smith, now dead, has been widely alleged to have abused children from Grafton Close at The Elm.
At an inquest into her death in 1990, members of The National Association of Young People in Care said that Kasir had lived in fear of her life since the hotel was exposed. Christopher Fay said: “The reasons for her death are all tied up in this child pornography ring at the hotel.
“She was hounded and harassed by police and security services. She knew all the top people who had been involved in the ring at the hotel.”
Scotland Yard launched Operation Fairbank two years ago to look into suggestions that high profile political figures had been involved.
Officers have set up a new strand of the inquiry, Operation Midland, after being passed information about the three alleged murders.
The allegations emerged when a man in his 40s came forward claiming to have been one of around 15 boys who were abused by a powerful paedophile network 30 years ago.
Some of the abuse allegedly took place at flats in the Dolphin Square development in Pimlico, where a number of politicians have had London homes.
According to the man, a 12-year-old boy was strangled by a Conservative MP at a town house in front of other victims.
On another occasion, a boy of around 10 was deliberately run down and killed by a car being driven by one of his abusers, the man claimed.
The Attorney General on Tuesday said he would back an investigation into the allegations if there was evidence to support the claims. Jeremy Wright, speaking in the Commons, said: “My view is that the Crown Prosecution Service should pursue cases where the evidence exists to wherever the evidence leads, and that is regardless of the position held by the person being investigated.
“And if evidence is brought to light to justify such an investigation, I would expect it to be carried out.”
A spokesman for the Metropolitan Police said the force would not comment on an ongoing investigation.

source: Ahttp://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/uknews/crime/11239535/Father-claims-Scotland-Yard-covered-up-sons-murder-by-Westminster-paedophiles.html
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MessageSujet: Re: Pédophilie à Westminster   Ven 19 Déc - 17:58

Deputy Prime Minister Calls for Investigation Into Westminster Paedophile Ring Murder Claims


UK deputy prime minister Nick Clegg called for an investigation to be launched today into “grotesque” claims an eight-year-old boy was abducted and murdered at a guesthouse frequently visited by prominent public figures such as MPs, that was notorious for allegations of child-grooming and sexual abuse.

“We are in the early stages of really a reckoning with our past,” said Clegg, speaking on LBC radio, “of things happening on a scale and of a gravity which just a few months ago would have seemed unimaginable and almost too horrific to contemplate.”

The scandal has been growing over the past week after an alleged victim of abuse by the so-called ‘Westminster paedophile ring’ told the Mirror that he had seen a Conservative MP strangle a boy to death.

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Yesterday, Vishambar Mehrotra, the father of Vishal Mehrotra, who was abducted and murdered aged eight, told the Telegraph that he had recorded an anonymous phone call from a male prostitute in the months following his son’s disappearance in July 1981 saying that his son may have been abducted by “highly placed” paedophiles operating from the Elm Guest House in south west London.

When he took the recording to the police, they refused to investigate the claim because it implicated “judges and politicians”.

“I recorded the whole 15-minute conversation and took it to police. But instead of investigating it, they just pooh-poohed it and I never heard anything about the tape again. The whole thing went cold.” Mehrotra, a 69-year-old retired magistrate told the Telegraph.

Mehrotra said: “Now it is clear to me that there has been a huge cover up. There is no doubt in my mind.”

Clegg said that the case was “serious” and needed to be investigated. “It is absolutely shocking that survivors of child abuse were not listened to,” he said.

Four months after fragments of Vishal’s skeleton were found in February 1982 in woods in West Sussex, police raided the Elm Guest House. The raid was widely reported at the time to be linked to the boy’s disappearance, and among the dozens of people questioned, 30 were reportedly prominent public figures.

Police dismissed these reports as “nonsense” and newspapers were threatened with legal action by lawyers acting on behalf of the guesthouse if they persevered with their allegations.

In May 1983 the inquiry into Vishal Mehrotra’s death was quietly wound up by the police, with Carole and Harry Kasir, the owners of the Elm Guest House, being fined £1,000 each and given a suspended nine-month sentence at the Old Bailey for “running a disorderly house”.

There was no mention of the perverse source of their earnings nor the allegations from Vishambar Mehrotra.

Five years later Carole confessed to child protection officers that a nearby children’s home had supplied children to the notorious guesthouse and gave the names of frequent visitors to the guesthouse.

Among those alleged to have been prominent visitors were Liberal MP Cyril Smith, the Soviet spy Anthony Blunt and the former British diplomat Sir Peter Hayman, all of whom are now dead.

On November 14 this year, a new strand of inquiry was launched called Operation Midland, investigating three murders linked to the same so-called ‘paedophile ring’ after the Metropolitan Police said detectives were made aware of allegations regarding “possible homicide” last month.

One alleged victim of the VIP paedophile abuse scandal told police earlier this month that he had witnessed a boy being strangled by a Conservative MP during a perverted sex game.

On another occasion, a boy of around 10 was deliberately run down and killed by a car being driven by one of his abusers, the man, now aged 40 claimed.

Speaking anonymously to the BBC but using the name ‘Nick’, the victim claimed to have given three-days of video-taped evidence to detectives.

Describing his abusers, Nick told the BBC: "They were very powerful people and they controlled my life for the next nine years.”

"They created fear that penetrated every part of me, day in day out. You didn't question what they wanted, you did as they asked without question and the punishments were very severe."

According to Nick, the group was "very organised" and would arrange for chauffeur-driven cars to pick up boys, sometimes from school, and drive them to "parties" or "sessions" at locations including hotels and private apartments in London and other cities.

Whilst he has given the names of some of those he believes were involved to the police and the BBC, they have not been revealed due to the ongoing police investigation and further evidence needed to corroborate his account.

"They had no hesitation in doing what they wanted to do," Nick said. "Some of them were quite open about who they were. They had no fear at all of being caught, it didn't cross their mind."

According to Mehrotra, he had “hardly been contacted” by police in the years since his son’s murder, including the past few months when witnesses have come forward reporting the murder of the three boys at around the same time Vishal vanished.

“It seems to me that it all adds up, so I can’t understand why the police have again failed to get in contact with me. I think the revelations of Savile and others in recent months have opened up a Pandora’s box. Hopefully everything will all come out soon,” he said.

Chief executive of the child-abuse charity NAPAC Peter Saunders told Newsweek that he hoped a full-scale investigation would be launched into the allegations. “It seems beyond doubt that dreadful things, including murder have been perpetrated and that much has been covered up. As the outrages move closer to government so the panic will set in and I hope and pray that the inquiry that has been instituted will have the courage and the teeth to search for the truth,” he said.

In July 2014, Labour MP Simon Danczuk called upon the former home secretary Leon Brittan to “share his thoughts” on what he thought had happened to a “dossier” of papers given to him by Tory MP Geoffrey Dickens in the 1980s that allegedly contained details of “paedophiles operating a network within and around Westminster”.

Dickens, who died in 1995, had told his family the details were "explosive". However, soon after handing the files to Brittan they are believed to have gone missing.

In response to Danczuk, Brittan released a statement saying he had asked officials to report back to him if they “considered that any action needed to be taken by the Home Office” and to consider if a referral to the attorney general’s department was appropriate.

According to Brittan, he did not recall hearing anything back from the officials or Dickens.

NSPCC chief Peter Wanless was commissioned by home secretary Theresa May in July to locate the 40-page missing dossier, but failed to do so.

However, following a meeting with the home secretary last week, Saunders told Newsweek that the charity believes the truth will be uncovered.
“We, survivors, feel confident that Theresa May is determined to get to the truth and in that respect she has our full support,” he said.

Nick Clegg said today: “We are at an early stage of a reckoning with our past that is on a scale and gravity that just a few months ago might have seemed unimaginable and almost too horrific to contemplate. The task is to peel back the layers of deception that appear to have happened in the past.”

source : Ahttp://www.newsweek.com/nick-clegg-calls-investigation-murder-eight-year-old-boy-thought-be-linked-285547
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