Friday, December 26, 2014

Could paedophile Charles Napier hold key to alleged Westminster sex ring?

Charles Napier may have vital information about alleged
Westminster sex ring
Convicted paedophile Charles Napier may have "vital" information to help uncover an alleged Westminster sex ring.

Former teacher Napier, 67, sexually abused 23 boys over 15 years while a teacher and was also treasurer of the notorious Paedophile Information Exchange (PIE).

This week Napier admitted 39 counts of indecent assault and one indecency charge on victims, all under 16-years-old. The trial heard he deliberately got a school job because it gave him access to boys to abuse.

Napier, whose half-brother is Conservative MP John Whittingdale, has been asked to disclose any information he may have about historical abuse scandals, such as the Elm Guest House case.

It is alleged the guest house in south west London was used by powerful public figures such as former MP Cyril Smith, to sexually abuse youngsters during the late 1970s and early 1980s.

Napier was on close terms with paedophile Peter Righton, who was the public face of PIE when the group was at the height of its power and counted Labour politician Harriet Harman among its allies.

After Napier was handed a 13-year sentence, Peter Watt the national services director of children's charity NSPCC, called on him to give up any information that could assist investigations into the alleged Westminster paedophile ring.  (more...)

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