Monday, December 15, 2014

Police vent fury over cancelled inquiries into VIP child abuse

Labour MP John Mann yesterday admitted
that he was aware of six inquiries which
were shelved for 'no good reason'
A series of covert police investigations into alleged VIP paedophile rings were shut down as they went ‘to the heart of the Establishment’, officers have claimed.

Serving and former detectives have vented their fury on an internet chat forum, claiming Scotland Yard investigations into child sex abuse were ‘canned’ during the 1980s and 1990s as they closed in on powerful figures, some of whom were said to be at ‘cabinet level’.

It comes as a senior MP said he was aware of six police probes into child sex abuse being shelved, five of which were run by Scotland Yard.

The extraordinary claims of a cover-up by 14 members of the forum will heap pressure on the Government and Scotland Yard, which have launched a string of probes into historic child sex abuse allegations linked to politicians.

One ex-officer of 30 years’ service wrote: ‘Some very senior people have been habitually sexually assaulting the most vulnerable in society.

‘This is about kids being raped by those in power that included politicians of all sorts. It goes to the very heart of our Establishment.

‘There is very clear evidence that the general nature of the allegations are true.

‘There are enough officers on this site who have mentioned paedophile ops involving high-profile politicians being stopped at the eleventh hour.’  (more...)


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