Possible British Elite Paedophile Ring

Lord McAlpine

Former treasurer of the Conservative party.

He is known to the police in the UK and abroad, for sexually abusing young boys, including using a coffin to put the boy in, then simulates burying him by sprinkling gravel on the top of the coffin. The child is screaming with terror and will do whatever he is told due to being so scared of being put in the coffin again. This person is alleged to have murdered at least 2 boys and buried their bodies on his estate. This information from a police officer who was involved in investigating McAlpine, and he is certain that he has committed murder several times, but he is too well protected to get him.

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It was recently revealed by Leo Abse – Cardiff lawyer, former long-time member of parliament, and often laughable “psychoanalyst of politicians” – that former House of Commons Speaker George Thomas was secretly gay. In itself this would be of little or no interest, but the information is not offered “in itself”. Abse describes how he helped Thomas out of a few scrapes, apparently in battles against “blackmailers”. He describes three sets of events that are especially interesting.The first is when he used his connections among Cardiff police officers and gangsters to threaten one young male with whom Thomas had dealt. Abse boasts of how he threatened that if the young male did not shut up, he would make sure that he would get him jailed for 10 years.The second is another young male, who Abse says he paid off in the sum of 800 pounds on Thomas’s behalf, apparently so that the young male could emigrate to Australia. Abse says he doesn’t know what happened to him.The third is the way in which Abse played a role in diverting attention from Thomas’s role in the Jeremy Thorpe affair.

Jeremy Thorpe was a leader of the Liberal Party who used to pick up young males wherever he could, including many minors. The case of one of the minors with whom he dealt was in danger of blowing up into a British Watergate, and several journalists were investigating Thomas’s role in covering up for Thorpe when he was a junior minister at the Home Office. Many journalists knew that the scandal was potentially much bigger than just a case of a gay party leader. Thorpe was later arrested and charged with arranging and paying for the murder of Norman Scott, a man with whom he had been associated and who was making some of the public revelations. Thorpe, himself a lawyer, was as guilty as hell, but managed to be found not guilty. Fortunately for Scott the operation was spooked and Scott was not murdered. With regard to the minor (who was not Norman Scott), Abse advised Thomas to put his brigadier secretary onto the case. Thomas’s brigadier managed to mislead the journalists.

There are also connections through Cardiff and the Welsh ‘State mafia’ (including senior officials in the Wales-based quangos which tend to be run by a very small number of families, as well as their associates in London-based ministries) with the massive cover-up which has veiled the children’s homes scandal in Wales. This too involved not only the long-term and organised sexual abuse of children, including by powerful figures such as Conservative industrialist Lord McAlpine, but also a number of murders. Some of the murders took place after the children had reached the age of majority and left the homes. Word got around who the diminutive upper-class abuser was who used to do the rounds of the homes, raping children, and then getting driven off in a chauffeur-driven limousine to his hotel. Across Wales and in places with large Welsh populations such as Bristol and Liverpool, the milieus of people who were once in children’s homes, many of whom live extremely disadvantaged lives and have been in and out of homelessness and prison, the crimes of Lord McAlpine are well-known. It is also well-known that not only have many of his victims died since they left the homes in “suspicious circumstances”, but also that several died in suspicious circumstances when they were in the homes. The latter were taken away around the time of Lord McAlpine’s visits and never seen again.

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