As police raid the offices of Lord Janner, we urge those running Operation Fernbridge to step up their game
The revelation in the Sunday People that Labour peer Lord Janner has had his House of Lords office raided by the police comes as no surprise following on from our having received many messages about this individual via Twitter for the last year. That this story has now finally been outed is progress but what needs to happen next is for the unconnected Operation Fernbridge to finally be given the resources it requires and deserves.
Though the raid on former QC Janner’s office in March was linked to allegations of child abuse in Leicestershire, it is high time that the establishment moved on the sphere of their investigations into child abuse by other politicians and their associates. We have regularly covered what we perceive to be a cover-up of such in the context of Operation Fernbridge and the Elm Guest House and it is good to learn that 90 MPs are now demanding a probe into why key documents about this vanished.
We salute Labour’s Tom Waton and Conservative Zac Goldsmith for leading a cross-party group that is putting pressure on the hapless Home Secretary Theresa May. It is time that this ridiculous woman acted.
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Have you seen this photo, which purports to be a photo of a page from the “guest book” or list of visitors to the guest house where some of the alleged child abuse took place?
Here is a link to the photo’s location (among other places on the internet): http://chrisukorg.files.wordpress.com/2013/01/elm-lodge-guest-house-mary-moss-names.jpg
As can be seen, the name of the former Home Secretary who seems to have “lost” the dossier compiled by Geoffrey Dickens MP, is actually on the list of clients of the guest house himself.
Is the former Home Secretary the unnamed “Tory cabinet minister” described in the following articles?
Additionally, there are rumours that photos exist of the former Home Secretary engaging in acts of child sex abuse.
These matters warrant investigation.
It is important to expose the perpetrators and bring them to justice. They should not be allowed to dishonour and besmirch the reputation of the UK by remaining unpunished.
The voices of their victims cry out for justice.
Moreover, if high-ranking ministers are child sex abusers, it raises to question of whether any of them have been blackmailed over the years by entities seeking to control, shape, or influence government policy and legislation.