Former officials from the British Establishment have been linked to organized child sex abuse.
Mon Jan 28, 2013 5:20 PM GMT
A group of former officials from the British political establishment has been linked to organized child sex abuse, which is said to have taken place in the early 1980s.
The Metropolitan Police of London launched a full-scale criminal investigation called Operation Fernbridge 10 days ago, into the past claims of perverted activity, but police officials did not provide full details.
So far, several former members of the Conservative party have been named on the internet in relation to the case of the emerging paedophile ring, including an ex-Cabinet member and other former government ministers, MPs, and officials of the right-wing Monday Club.
The claims have been published widely on the internet in around 60 documents reported to have been part of a dossier gathered by concerned care worker Mary Moss.
Among the top figures involved include at least one ex-Labour MP, ex-Liberal MP Cyril Smith, former Richmond councillors and officials, a number of top lawyers, police officers and one-time leader of the National Socialist Movement in Britain Colin Jordan.
Images posted recently that are alleged to come from Moss’s dossier feature typed and handwritten notes, names and addresses, which are said to have been recorded by at least one care worker seeking allegations of systematic child sex abuse at the Elm Guest House in Barnes between 1979 and 1983.
The launched investigation follows Labour MP Tom Watson's October demand for an inquiry into an alleged paedophile ring which he claimed reached the top of the British establishment.