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Five Westminster paedophile rings probed by Scotland Yard

OWoN: Be assured the Pedos are coming down now in volume. Big names are in the hat. none will be spared.

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Five Westminster paedophile rings probed by Scotland Yard

Claims emerge of a complex web of child abuse at the heart of government, as leading MP in campaign for justice hands list of 22 names to police

The Telegraph
By David Barrett
21 December 2014

Police are investigating claims that up to five paedophile rings operated at the heart of Westminster with the involvement of “highly influential” politicians.

A Labour MP who has handed a dossier of evidence to Scotland Yard said he now believed the complexity of child abuse networks at the heart of government in the Seventies and Eighties had been seriously underestimated.

John Mann, MP for Bassetlaw, said it was “inconceivable” that police would not now arrest and interview some of the politicians he has named in a list handed to detectives earlier this month.

Mr Mann, who has spent months sifting evidence from members of the public, met Scotland Yard and handed over evidence on 22 politicians, including three serving MPs and three members of the House of Lords.

Although some on the list are now dead, it also contains the names of other figures who are still alive but no longer active in the Westminster scene, Mr Mann said.

“There are at least five paedophile rings which involved MPs,” he said.

“Each of them involved at least one MP, some involved more, and these were groups of people who knew about the activities of one another.

“In some cases I believe they committed abuse together.”

Fourteen of the individuals identified by Mr Mann were Conservative politicians, five were Labour and three were from other parties.

Thirteen former ministers were among the list, Mr Mann said.

He insisted he would not be using parliamentary privilege to name the politicians who feature on the list because he believes they should be fully and properly investigated by the police.

“What the police are doing now is what should have taken place a long time ago,” he said.

“Three of these figures were highly influential.”

The MP, who has played an instrumental role in securing an inquiry into the alleged establishment paedophile rings, distilled the list of names from hundreds of pieces of information handed to him by members of the public.

“I think the 22 names are all worthy of investigation by the police," Mr Mann told The Telegraph.

“In my opinion the evidence against approximately half of them is very compelling.

“It would be inconceivable in some cases that they are not now interviewed by police about these allegations. Some of the evidence is incredibly strong.

“I would be quite certain there are other names I am not aware of.”

Mr Mann said some of his sources were highly-placed officials within institutions.

“This is not Mickey Mouse stuff,” he said.

Mr Mann handed his dossier to detectives from Operation Trinity, the Metropolitan Police’s investigation into alleged abuse in children’s homes in Lambeth, south London.

A range of other inquiries have also been launched including Operation Midland, looking at allegations of child sex abuse focusing on Westminster.

Mr Mann said he was concerned that police were missing the significance of some evidence coming forward from his office and from other sources because there is no overarching police inquiry into the claims.

“My concern is that there are so many different police investigations into this, in London and in other parts of the country,” said the MP.

“They are not all talking to one another.

“Operation Trinity was not aware of quite a lot of the names that I know Operation Midland is looking at.”

It comes after Scotland Yard last week announced it was investigating the alleged paedophile murders of three young boys in the late Seventies and early Eighties.

Operation Midland centres on claims of paedophile parties at Dolphin Square, an exclusive block of flats in Pimlico, central London, which has long been popular with MPs because of its proximity to the Houses of Parliament.

The senior officer leading the inquiry said people who lived or visited Dolphin Square at the time "will have seen or heard something that they only understand the significance of now".

A witness who has played a critical role in the inquiry so far, known only as “Nick”, is understood to have told detectives he saw a Conservative MP strangle a 12-year-old boy to death at an orgy in around 1980.

Detectives have described Nick’s wider evidence about the paedophile ring as “credible and true”.

The police’s decision to go public with the claims is likely to mean they have been able to secure some corroborating evidence surrounding Nick’s claims.

But their appeal for other victims to come forward, as well as other potential witnesses, means detectives are likely to need further first-hand testimony before moving to interview public figures.

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  1. Be assured, if guilty they will be charged.
    They are being brought in for questioning each day.

  2. Canada catches dozens of U.S. sex offenders attempting to jump border…

    Canada Border Services agents stopped more than 150 U.S. sex offenders from entering Canada, in part due to a partnership with United States customs, the federal government announced Monday.

    In 2014 alone, information provided by U.S. Customs and Border Protection agents helped CBSA agents refuse entry to 59 sex offenders, Public Safety Minister Steven Blaney said.

    Blaney also announced that 51 “dangerous individuals” have been removed from Canada since 2011, thanks to the “Wanted by the CBSA” program.

    The program was launched as a tool to help border officers locate criminals with outstanding deportation orders.
    “In this past year alone, more than 30 dangerous criminals were identified and intercepted by the agency thanks to the support of the Canadian population,” Blaney told a news conference at Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport in Montreal.

    Blaney said Canadians who called a special hotline helped authorities track down people on CBSA’s “wanted” list.

    “If we’re here, it’s to thank the Canadian population for its collaboration in supporting the work of the CBSA in putting its hands on 50 dangerous criminals during the last three years,” he said.

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  3. Former Acting HHS Cyber Security Director Sentenced to 25 Years in Prison for Engaging in Child Pornography Enterprise

    Five Others Previously Sentenced to Substantial Prison Terms for Participation in the Same Tor-Network-Based Child Pornography Website (more at link)

    The former acting director of cyber security at the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services was sentenced to 25 years in federal prison today for engaging in a child exploitation enterprise and related charges in connection with his membership in a Tor-network-based child pornography website.

    Assistant Attorney General Leslie R. Caldwell of the Justice Department’s Criminal Division, U.S. Attorney Deborah R. Gilg of the District of Nebraska and Special Agent in Charge Thomas R. Metz of the FBI’s Omaha Division made the announcement.

    “Using the same technological expertise he employed as Acting Director of Cyber Security at HHS, DeFoggi attempted to sexually exploit children and traffic in child pornography through an anonymous computer network of child predators,” said Assistant Attorney General Caldwell. “But dangerous criminals cannot be allowed to operate on-line with impunity. Today’s sentence shows that the Department of Justice will bring criminals and child predators to justice, even when they employ anonymous networks like Tor.”

    “Today's sentence and the others imposed earlier demonstrate that those who exploit children will be aggressively pursued and prosecuted to the full extent of the law,” said U.S. Attorney Gilg. “Those who think they are acting anonymously on the Internet will be found and held accountable.”

    “The production and distribution of child pornography is one of the most saddening, tragic crimes the FBI investigates,” said Special Agent in Charge Metz. “Today’s sentencing sends a message to those who advertise, distribute, possess, and trade child pornography that the FBI will look for you, will find you and will make sure you are prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law.”


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