DETECTIVES are investigating claims that a retired BBC executive abused young boys at his home in Amsterdam.
The information was passed to the Metropolitan Police’s Operation Yewtree, the unit set up in the wake of the Jimmy Savile scandal to look into historic sex crimes.
Although the Sunday Express knows both the identity of the alleged abuser and his former address in Amsterdam, we have decided not to print the details to avoid jeopardising any police investigation. Scotland Yard refused to comment but the BBC last night confirmed it had alerted the Met.
A spokesman said: “Where allegations of criminal wrongdoing are received by the BBC, we pass them on to the police. We cannot comment on individual cases.”
Former social worker Chris Fay, who advised the National Association of Young People In Care, has shown a picture of the former BBC executive to an alleged victim.
Mr Fay said: “He confirmed that this was one of the men who abused him at the flat in Amsterdam when he was a boy.
“The man apparently owned the building. He let the bottom flat to a known British paedophile, kept the middle residence for himself and used the attic for filming pornographic films involving both adults and children.
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A spokeswoman for the Office of Public Prosecutions in The Hague said the Demmink case might trigger a wider investigation into British paedophiles in Amsterdam. She said: “The investigation will initially focus solely on the allegations made by the two Turkish boys.
“Whether the investigation starts to look at other things at a later stage, we don’t know, it’s too early to say.”
However, sources revealed Dutch and British police met last summer on the Isle of Wight.
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Interviews were conducted mainly at a safe house in Bridlington, East Yorkshire, but also in London. “The interviews were usually carried out in blocks of three, normally every Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday.
“On at least two occasions there were two other officers present that I didn’t recognise. They didn’t ask me a thing, they just scribbled notes.
“I asked who they were but all I was told was that they were from ‘upstairs’. It was clear from the tone that they were intelligence officers.
“They had obviously been made aware of the high-profile names and the sensitive information I had given police.”
Dutch intelligence officers attended at least one interview because Andrew told of being trafficked to Amsterdam on a number of occasions to be abused by a group of paedophiles including convicted child killer Sidney Cooke.
He claims Cooke, now 84, made him film the paedophile abusing another young boy on video. It is feared Cooke may have abused and killed young boys in the Netherlands.
Mr Ash also told police he was abused by a big-name celebrity.
He said: “This particular person was able to get youngsters into glitzy nightclubs in the West End. After one evening he invited me and a young girl back to his house where he made us have sex before joining in.”
Pedophilia and male prostitutes in the White House: the Franklin Affair and Bush’s Jeff Gannon
April 16, 2010
“A homosexual prostitution ring is under investigation by federal and District authorities and includes among its clients key officials of the Reagan and Bush administrations, military officers, congressional aides and US and foreign businessmen with close social ties to Washington’s political elite. Reporters for this newspaper examined hundreds of credit-card vouchers, drawn on both corporate and personal cards and made payable to the escort service operated by the homosexual ring.” — Washington Times, 6/29/1989…
“I was advised … of circumstances which indicated that the investigation in the activity of the FINDERS had become a CIA internal matter. The MPD [Washington, D.C. Metropolitan Police Department] report has been classified secret and was not available for review. I was advised the FBI had withdrawn from the investigation. The FBI Foreign Counterintelligence Division had directed MPD not to advise the FBI Washington Field Office of anything that had transpired. No further information will be available. No further action will be taken.”
Washington DC has a long history of sexual scandals.
Penn State abuse scandal – one wonders if Jerry Sandusky was involved with the global vermin ring. At least he got jail-time…
Hundreds arrested in international child porn case
348 people arrested and 386 children rescued
CBC News – Posted: Nov 14, 2013
Toronto police revealed details this morning of an international child sex abuse and pornography investigation that stretched across six continents and has led to hundreds of arrests, including 50 in Ontario and 58 in the rest of Canada.
At a news conference Thursday, police said 348 people have been arrested and 386 children rescued from situations around the world where they were at risk. Twenty-four children in Canada were among those rescued, they said.
Those charged include Brian Way, 41, who operated Azovfilms.com in Toronto, and is alleged to have solicited and sold child pornography around the world. The products included videos and pictures, police said. The company went out of business in 2011.
Altogether, about 45 terabytes of child pornography on computers were seized, portraying hundreds of thousands of sexual acts involving children, Inspector Joanna Beaven-Desjardins, commander of the Toronto police sex crimes unit, said.
School teachers, doctors and actors were among those arrested, Beaven-Desjardins said. The investigation was known internally as Project Spade.
Way, the Toronto man at the heart of the investigation, was allegedly running a company since 2005 that distributed child pornography videos around the world.
Police allege he instructed people around the world to create the videos of children ranging from five to 12 years of age, and then distributed the videos to international customers.
Way faces about two dozen charges of making, distributing, exporting and selling explicit images of boys ranging in age from toddlers to teens, the Toronto Star reported.
The United States Postal Inspection Service was closely involved in the investigation, as were authorities in Sweden, Spain, Australia, South Africa, and Hong Kong, among others. Several were represented at the Toronto news conference.
Among those present were Gerald O’Farrell, acting deputy chief inspector of the United States Postal Inspection Service, Insp. Brian Bone of the same agency, and Signy Arnason, associate executive director of Cybertip — the Canada Centre for Child Protection.
How high does it go? Given the degree to which members of the Global Elites fraternize with each other, does anybody think there is NOT an interlocking global network of highly- placed pedophiles?