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Jimmy Savile BBC Paedophile Sex Ring
11-06-2012, 02:23 AM,
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YORKSHIRE Ripper Peter Sutcliffe insists his old mate Jimmy Savile is innocent — and the paedophile DJ’s hundreds of victims are “jumping on the bandwagon”.
Sutcliffe, befriended by Savile during his Broadmoor visits, said on a tape leaked to The Sun: “It’s a load of rubbish. People are just getting carried away.”

Serial killer Sutcliffe claims Savile is being victimised — by the hundreds of tormented individuals who are revealing how the vile DJ abused them.

Sutcliffe even claimed he could personally vouch for his mate.


Speaking on the tape, he said: “I can’t fault him from my experiences of what he was like. I don’t care what these people who are coming out of the woodwork are saying.

“He visited a lot. He’d always come and chat with me on visits and I would introduce him to my visitors. Several times he left £500 for charities I was supporting. He wrote cheques out on the spot, a very generous man he was.”

Savile is accused of having abused more than 300 youngsters - including molesting a teenage female Broadmoor patient. But Sutcliffe, who murdered and mutilated 13 women, poured scorn on the claims of those Savile attacked.

He said: “Coming forward after 40 or 50 years or whatever, they are jumping on the bandwagon.

“It only takes a couple of rumours and then it goes like wildfire. I don’t believe he raped anyone. I think he kissed quite a few young women but that’s as far as he’s gone.

“It’s just going crazy, they love to savage people who are dead, people who can’t hit back — or prisoners who can’t reply.”

Sutcliffe also dismissed claims that Savile, who died last year aged 84, molested a 1970s Broadmoor patient during his many visits to the secure hospital.

On the tape he tells a pal, who has asked to remain anonymous: “Oh that’s a load of rubbish. It’s a load of crap.

“People were always there. He was never alone with anybody, there were always people about. He never did anything at Broadmoor.

“They are just getting carried away — going right over the top.”

The tape provides further disturbing evidence of the close links between Savile and Sutcliffe.

Serial killer expert David Wilson has already called for an inquiry into whether the pair knew each other before Sutcliffe was caught.

It came after The Sun revealed Sutcliffe killed third victim Irene Richardson yards from Savile’s flat in Roundhay, Leeds, in 1977.

One of Savile’s abuse victims yesterday urged police to investigate links between the pair — and whether the DJ had killed.

The victim said: “Sutcliffe and Savile are two peas in a pod.

“It’s quite fitting the only person to stick up for Savile is Sutcliffe. They deserve each other.

“The police now need to seriously investigate the possibility that Jimmy Savile was a child killer.”

Another Savile victim — a former paperboy who was abused in the DJ’s Leeds flat in 1975 — said he believed Savile would have easily resorted to violence.

He added: “I was gobsmacked at first to hear the things Sutcliffe said. But they aren’t that surprising when you think about it. The whole country has the same opinion of Sutcliffe and has had for 30 years. Now everyone has the same opinion of Savile.

“I am seriously wondering now if Savile could also have been a killer. I know from first hand experience what he is capable of.

“And if he didn’t get what he wanted who’s to say he wouldn’t have killed to get it?”

Forensic psychologist Dr Ian Stephen said he believed Savile was capable of murder as his sick cravings grew. He added: “It is possible that he upped the game.”

Sutcliffe, 66, was sent to Broadmoor in 1984 after being diagnosed with paranoid schizophrenia.

Four years later Savile was appointed to lead a task force overseeing management restructuring at the Berkshire hospital despite having no administrative experience. He had his own keys to the hospital and roamed at will.

Staff at Broadmoor were shocked - because many felt Savile should have been a patient.

Ex-staff nurse Bob Allen said: “I’d say he was a psychopath. A lot of the staff said he should be behind bars. We used to laugh about it in those days.”

Fellow nurse Richard Harrison said paedophile patients “gravitated towards” Savile and that rumours about him were common.

He said: “I’d long considered him, as my colleagues did, as a man with a severe personality disorder and a liking for children.”

The Health Department is investigating the decision to appoint Savile.

http://www.thesun.co.uk/sol/homepage/news/4629105/peter-sutcliffe-claims-jimmy-savile-is-innocent.html
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11-08-2012, 03:08 AM,
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RE: Jimmy Savile BBC Paedophile Sex Ring
Not really Savile related but nonetheless an issue of child sex abuse, I have uploaded a torrent of this video here:

http://concen.org/tracker/torrents-details.php?id=31252&scrape=1

I don't seem to be able to start a new thread using the button on that page.

Anyway, this video is of vital importance because it shows the publicist Max Clifford admitting that he was aware that former Conservative Minister in the Thatcher Government, Alan Clark was sexually abusing two sisters when they were as young as 14. (see transcript on above link) If that is not bad enough, this guy has been appointed the PR Consultant for the UK charity Children In Need.

The video was uploaded to YouTube, it is suspected by the interviewer, but it was removed not long after the Savile scandal started to widen into other areas. Another copy has just been made available and it is pretty vital that it is made as widely available as possible.



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11-08-2012, 02:41 PM,
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RE: Jimmy Savile BBC Paedophile Sex Ring

Published on Nov 8, 2012

Philip Schofield shows David Cameron on This Morning a list of alleged Tory child abusers. Appearing on ITV's This Morning, the British Prime Minister was shown a list of names by presenter Phillip Schofield that have been circulating online. "I am worried this could turn into a witch hunt against people who are gay.
"I've heard all sorts of names being bandied around and what then tends to happen is that everyone sits around and speculates about people some of who are alive and some of who are dead," he said.

"I do think its very important that anyone who's got any information about any paedophile no matter how high up in the country or whether alive or dead go to the police. This is very important."
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11-08-2012, 03:27 PM,
#34
RE: Jimmy Savile BBC Paedophile Sex Ring
(11-06-2012, 02:23 AM)drummer Wrote: YORKSHIRE Ripper Peter Sutcliffe insists his old mate Jimmy Savile is innocent — and the paedophile DJ’s hundreds of victims are “jumping on the bandwagon”.
Sutcliffe, befriended by Savile during his Broadmoor visits, said on a tape leaked to The Sun: “It’s a load of rubbish. People are just getting carried away.”

Serial killer Sutcliffe claims Savile is being victimised — by the hundreds of tormented individuals who are revealing how the vile DJ abused them.

Sutcliffe even claimed he could personally vouch for his mate.


Speaking on the tape, he said: “I can’t fault him from my experiences of what he was like. I don’t care what these people who are coming out of the woodwork are saying.

“He visited a lot. He’d always come and chat with me on visits and I would introduce him to my visitors. Several times he left £500 for charities I was supporting. He wrote cheques out on the spot, a very generous man he was.”

Savile is accused of having abused more than 300 youngsters - including molesting a teenage female Broadmoor patient. But Sutcliffe, who murdered and mutilated 13 women, poured scorn on the claims of those Savile attacked.

He said: “Coming forward after 40 or 50 years or whatever, they are jumping on the bandwagon.

“It only takes a couple of rumours and then it goes like wildfire. I don’t believe he raped anyone. I think he kissed quite a few young women but that’s as far as he’s gone.

“It’s just going crazy, they love to savage people who are dead, people who can’t hit back — or prisoners who can’t reply.”

Sutcliffe also dismissed claims that Savile, who died last year aged 84, molested a 1970s Broadmoor patient during his many visits to the secure hospital.

On the tape he tells a pal, who has asked to remain anonymous: “Oh that’s a load of rubbish. It’s a load of crap.

“People were always there. He was never alone with anybody, there were always people about. He never did anything at Broadmoor.

“They are just getting carried away — going right over the top.”

The tape provides further disturbing evidence of the close links between Savile and Sutcliffe.

Serial killer expert David Wilson has already called for an inquiry into whether the pair knew each other before Sutcliffe was caught.

It came after The Sun revealed Sutcliffe killed third victim Irene Richardson yards from Savile’s flat in Roundhay, Leeds, in 1977.

One of Savile’s abuse victims yesterday urged police to investigate links between the pair — and whether the DJ had killed.

The victim said: “Sutcliffe and Savile are two peas in a pod.

“It’s quite fitting the only person to stick up for Savile is Sutcliffe. They deserve each other.

“The police now need to seriously investigate the possibility that Jimmy Savile was a child killer.”

Another Savile victim — a former paperboy who was abused in the DJ’s Leeds flat in 1975 — said he believed Savile would have easily resorted to violence.

He added: “I was gobsmacked at first to hear the things Sutcliffe said. But they aren’t that surprising when you think about it. The whole country has the same opinion of Sutcliffe and has had for 30 years. Now everyone has the same opinion of Savile.

“I am seriously wondering now if Savile could also have been a killer. I know from first hand experience what he is capable of.

“And if he didn’t get what he wanted who’s to say he wouldn’t have killed to get it?”

Forensic psychologist Dr Ian Stephen said he believed Savile was capable of murder as his sick cravings grew. He added: “It is possible that he upped the game.”

Sutcliffe, 66, was sent to Broadmoor in 1984 after being diagnosed with paranoid schizophrenia.

Four years later Savile was appointed to lead a task force overseeing management restructuring at the Berkshire hospital despite having no administrative experience. He had his own keys to the hospital and roamed at will.

Staff at Broadmoor were shocked - because many felt Savile should have been a patient.

Ex-staff nurse Bob Allen said: “I’d say he was a psychopath. A lot of the staff said he should be behind bars. We used to laugh about it in those days.”

Fellow nurse Richard Harrison said paedophile patients “gravitated towards” Savile and that rumours about him were common.

He said: “I’d long considered him, as my colleagues did, as a man with a severe personality disorder and a liking for children.”

The Health Department is investigating the decision to appoint Savile.

http://www.thesun.co.uk/sol/homepage/news/4629105/peter-sutcliffe-claims-jimmy-savile-is-innocent.html

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h0-cU30p6Mc
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05-10-2013, 02:27 PM,
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A police report published today shows Savile was not protected by the police.

http://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/crime/it-doesnt-add-up-jimmy-saviles-victims-question-report-by-west-yorkshire-police-8610277.html

"The West Yorkshire Police (WYP) report published today found "no evidence" Jimmy Savile was protected from arrest or prosecution by his relationship with the force.

The report did, however, find that there was "over-reliance on personal friendships" between Savile and some officers."
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05-13-2013, 02:11 PM,
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RE: Jimmy Savile BBC Paedophile Sex Ring
CHARLES' LINKS TO SAVILE
12th May 2013 By Jonthan Corke, Deborah Sherwood, Rick Lyons

A TOP-level cover-up was ordered to hide close links between Prince Charles and paedo Jimmy Savile, we can reveal today.

The full truth has been uncovered following a seven-month battle by the Daily Star Sunday.

A raft of documents was released last year showing former Prime Minister Maggie Thatcher’s dealings with Savile.

But Whitehall mandarins ordered key paragraphs to be blanked out to save people’s blushes.

We challenged that ruling under Freedom Of Information laws and were initially turned down.

It was only after a further appeal, when we said it was in the public interest to expose what Thatcher and her officials were discussing, that the information was finally released last week.

It shows Savile claimed Prince Charles had agreed to be a patron of one of his charities – and, crucially, last year someone in power had decided we shouldn’t know that fact, despite it being common knowledge that the Prince and weirdo Savile were pals.

Officials at the National Archive, which houses the documents, last night blamed the Cabinet Office, under the control of Cabinet Secretary Sir Jeremy Heywood, for redacting the documents.

The cover-up concerned Savile asking Prince Charles to be patron of his Stoke Mandeville appeal.

The letter to Thatcher from one of her aides reads: “Even more encouraging, though again confidential at this stage, Jimmy Savile tells me that the Prince of Wales has agreed to be Patron of the Appeal.”

The nugget was contained in a one page letter headed PRIME MINISTER dated March 6, 1980, and initialled G.V.

The letter was part of a Savile file released under the 30-year rule by the National Archives at Kew, south-west London, last year.

It included pervert Savile declaring his love for the former PM, showing how well connected he was to establishment figures.

A National Archives official explained the Charles paragraph was excluded under sections 40 and 41.

Section 40 refers to information that it would breach the Data Protection Act to reveal that that person would have a “legitimate expectation” that the information would remain private.

Section 41 covers information that was given in confidence.

Two documents in the dossier are still being covered up and will stay secret for 40 years after a ruling last October when claims about Savile began to emerge.

One, misspelling Savile’s name, is described as “Letter from Jimmy Saville to Prime Minister (undated).”
The other is “Telephone message from Jimmy Savile” dated February 5, 1980.

Last night it was still unclear whose blushes were being spared by those sections ­remaining blanked out.
Freedom of information campaigners have criticised officials for misusing the rules to keep information secret.

Maurice Frankel, director of the Campaign For Freedom Of Information, said: “They often use these sections to protect the identity of people who are actually players in the decision-making process who ought to be identified.

"Sometimes people haven’t behaved properly and shouldn’t have any expectation of having their identity protected. If you persist, you can succeed in overturning these decisions.”

Former Top Of The Pops presenter Savile was a fundraiser for Stoke Mandeville hospital in Buckinghamshire, where he also preyed on young patients.

One paralysed woman said Savile abused her when she was 13 and recovering in the children’s ward in 1971.
Nurses even warned youngsters “pretend to be asleep” when he visited.

The hospital launched its own inquiry after a catalogue of attacks was revealed across the country, dating back to 1955.

Savile was also allowed in and out of Charles’ residence St James’ Palace when he acted as a marriage guidance counsellor for Charles and Diana.

Charles, who led tributes when Savile died, aged 84, in October 2011, had sent him cigars and gold cufflinks on his 80th birthday.

A note with the gifts read: “Nobody will ever know what you have done for this country, Jimmy. This is to go some way in thanking you for that.”

Last night, a spokeswoman for Charles said the redaction was nothing to do with his office. It was public knowledge that he was patron of that appeal, she said.

And the Cabinet Office added: “As a result of the review of the FOI request, the Cabinet Office decided a small amount of information may be released.

“The reason it was originally redacted is quoted in section 40 and 41.

A review decided that a small extract could be released.”

http://www.dailystar.co.uk/news/view/314185/CHARLES-LINKS-TO-SAVILE/
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