Tuesday, August 25, 2015

Ex-Tory MP Harvey Proctor condemns 'homosexual witch hunt' as he reveals police have questioned him over shocking allegations

Former Tory MP Harvey Proctor speaks during a press conference in London
A former Tory MP today called an extraordinary press conference where he revealed police are investigating whether he tortured, raped and murdered two boys and helped kill a third.

Harvey Proctor, 69, spoke out because Scotland Yard is investigating whether he was part of the alleged Westminster VIP paedophile ring said to have abused children in the 1970s and 1980s.

Proctor, an MP from 1979 to 1987, says a man named 'Nick' has made 'totally untrue' claims he raped, strangled or stabbed two children at sex parties and aided someone else to kill another.

Today he accused the Met Police of a 'gay witch hunt' and said: 'I am a homosexual. I am not a murderer, a paedophile or a pederast'.

Speaking at a press conference in central London today, Mr Proctor laid out graphic details of allegations made against him and warned: 'Anyone of a delicate or nervous disposition should leave the room'.  (more...)

Further coverage:

Harvey Proctor: Former MP ends anonymity of the rest of alleged nine-strong paedophile gang

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