Thursday, May 14, 2015

Martin Allen mystery: how case of London teenager missing for 35 years could be linked to the Elm House paedophile ring

Kevin Allen was at work when he received a phone call from a stranger asking him what he knew about Elm House. The man, a newspaper reporter, proceeded to give an account of the paedophile ring of powerful men allegedly operating out of the Barnes guesthouse, and suggested links between them and the disappearance of Allen’s brother, Martin, 35 years ago.

“As far as I had known my brother had been lost in the black hole of Earl’s Court station since he was 15 and his body has never been found,” says Allen, aged 51, of his younger brother, who he describes as “my shadow”. “But a boy of 15 cannot vanish into thin air and be missing for 35 years.”

After that call last November, Allen discovered that a man known only as Nick had come forward with information about Martin to the police. According to Nick, Martin was abducted by a paedophile ring operated by a group including politicians, business people and a royal connection. The police are investigating whether Martin was one of three boys said to have been killed by that group in the late Seventies and early Eighties. One is claimed to have been strangled, another murdered at an orgy and a third hit by a car.  (more...)

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