Thursday, April 21, 2011

Portsmouth City Council. Lib.Dem. MP Mike Hancock accused of being a paedohpile...

Paedophiles and the powerful...

Harriet Harmen wanted pornographic pictures of children made legal.


Hariett Harmen was not a child, she was the legal officer in an organisation that openly had paedophile groups affiliated to it and campaigned on their behalf. She wanted pornographic pictures of children made legal. What kind of sick minded individual would want to do that? She only left the NCCL when she was elected as a Labour party MP. The Labour party selected her as a candidate in spite of her paedophile sympathies. What kind of sick party is that?

The Paedophile Information Exchange only broke off its relationship with NCCL when it went undercover in 1982, the same year that Harriet Harman left her NCCL post to become Member of Parliament for Peckham.

NCCL people were earlier involved in keeping the name of an NCCL council-member, Jonathan Walters, out of the People newspaper when it ran an exposé of Paedophile Action for Liberation, of which he was secretary, in 1975. The People still ran the story, but Walters was not named.

Harman was not the only Labour high flyer running the National Council of Civil Liberties at the time all this was going on.

The Rt Hon Patricia Hewitt MP a recent Labour Secretary of State for Health, became General Secretary of NCCL in 1974. The very next year, 1975, NCCL invited the Paedophile Information Exchange and Paedophile Action for Liberation to affiliate. In the year after, 1976, the now-notorious paedophile Tom O'Carroll was invited to address the NCCL conference, which promptly voted to 'deplore' the use of chemical castration treatments for paedophiles.

Also in 1975, Patricia Hewitt joined the Campaign for Homosexual Equality, as a 'straight', in the same year that Keith Hose of the Paedophile Information Exchange addressed its second annual conference. Hose moved a motion of censure on the conference organising committee for 'relegating paedophilia to ancillary status in conference.' The motion was seconded by Trevor Locke, who just happened to be a member of the Executive Council of the NCCL. 'An awareness and acceptance of the sexuality of children is an essential part of the liberation of the young homosexual,' the motion went on. It was duly passed.

Jack Dromey, whom Harriet Harman married in 1982, and has been Treasurer of the Labour Party, was also involved with the NCCL. He served on its Executive Committee from 1970 to 1979, so he was there when the decision to invite the two paedophile groups to affiliate was made. NCCL also set up a gay rights sub-committee at the same time, members of which included prominent paedophiles Peter Bremner (alias Roger Nash), Michael Burbidge, Keith Hose and Tom O'Carroll.

This is far worse than any expenses claim story. This goes to the root of basic decency. Paedophile related crime is the most heinous involving abuse, torture or even death of children, some of which is filmed for paedophiles to view over the internet. That Labour party members, cover up or are apologists for such activity is indicative of their depravity.

Labour party as their natural home:

April 2009 A former Wigan councillor who downloaded child porn and had a gun and ammunition in his safe was jailed for six years. A court heard that Joseph Shaw's offending came to light after his daughter found the indecent images on his computer. Liverpool Crown Court heard that Shaw had been a Labour councillor for Wigan West for three years and also a member of the Greater Manchester Transport Authority,

Labour Councillor (Stoke/Staffordshire), Michael Barnes, put forward a motion in July 2004 to change the constitution of Stoke-on-Trent Council. The proposed amendments were designed to prevent the City’s two British National Party councillors from chairing any committees, so as to `protect` the good citizens of Stoke from the beastly BNP types they’d voted for in huge numbers to represent them. As Mr Barnes explained to the local paper, the move was “to prevent the BNP from exerting more influence”, and was “in the best interests of the people of Stoke-on-Trent”. A few months later, in November 2004, the civic-minded and virtuous Councillor Barnes appeared at North Staffordshire Magistrates Court, to face seven different charges relating to child pornography

Labour Councillor and former Mayor (Halton/Cheshire), Liam Temple - Convicted in 2004 of `Inciting a child under 16 to commit an act of gross indecency` after the 58-year old Labour pervert had attempted to molest a 12-year old girl. During the case, the brave youngster told the court via a video link: “He said if I let him touch me he would give me money”.
This Is Cheshire - Ex-Mayor guilty of sex charge

Labour Councillor (Coxhoe/Durham), Les Sheppard – Convicted in 2004 on ten counts of indecent assault on young girls. Jailed for 2 years, and placed on the sex offenders register for 10 years. Teeside Crown Court heard how 71 year old Cllr Sheppard lured his victims into his gold Porsche before driving them to remote spots, where he would submit them to sickening sex attacks. After his arrest, the Labour nonce-case told police “I love women, but you do things which you regret”. Sheppard’s `women` victims were between 9 and 13 years old. The Northern Echo - Wife's anguish at sex attacks on girls

Labour MP (Sheffield/Yorkshire), Clive Betts – Suspended from Parliament for 7 days in 2004, after being caught forging immigration papers to extend the stay of his Brazilian rent-boy gay lover. BBC NEWS | UK | England | South Yorkshire | MP suspended from Commons

Former Labour Councillor (North Yorkshire), Raymond Coates – Charged along with his son Philip Coats in 2003, with child rape, using threats to procure a woman for sex and, wait for it… inciting a woman to have sex with an animal. Coats junior was sentenced to 13 years in prison for his part in the Father & Son rape and bestiality double-act, although the trial of 76-year old Raymond Coats was abandoned after the court ruled he was too ill to stand trial. Agreeing to the indefinite postponement, Judge Paul Hoffman said: “With enormous reluctance, and I emphasise that, enormous reluctance because it is unsatisfactory that these very serious and nasty charges should remain unresolved, I am going to order a stay on this basis. If the evidence were to demonstrate a recovery, the stay can be revoked”. I agreed to have sex with the father of my husband so I wouldn’t lose my son (From York Press)

Labour Councillor (Wokingham/Berkshire), Nelson Bland – Convicted on 16 counts of possession and distribution of hardcore child porn in 2004. Sentenced to community service, placed on the sex offender’s register and ordered to attend rehabilitation classes for paedophiles. Bland used his own teenage daughters computer to hoard his grotesque gallery of child abuse, which was discovered by police during a search of Bland`s home, when they arrested him in connection with the murder of a Nottingham businessman. BBC NEWS | UK | England | Berkshire | Child porn councillor spared jail

Labour Councillor and Mayor-Elect (Merton/London), Sam Chaudry – Due to become Merton’s first Asian Mayor, before he was arrested, tried and convicted of multiple sex attacks on young girls in 1999. One of his victims was a 5-year old.

Labour Mayor (Burnley/Lancashire), Peter Swainston – Convicted of committing `Acts of gross indecency` with another man in a public toilet in 1997. Forced to resign as Mayor, although he remained on the Council. This Is Lancashire - Shamed mayor stands down

Labour Councillor (Halton/Leeds), Lee Benson – Convicted and awaiting sentence in 2005, after pleading guilty on 12 counts of possession of indecent images of children, featuring youngsters between the ages of 5 and 11. Benson, who has a child of his own, repaid the fools who voted for him by storing his revolting kiddie porn collection on the computer provided for him by the council. Benson has been `suspended` - not expelled - by the Labour Party, which means his name remains on the Labour Party membership list, as well as on the sex offenders register. As to which is the more shameful – take your pick!

Labour MP (Rhonda Valley/Wales), Chris Bryant - Poses in his pants on the Internet to advertise himself for casual gay sex encounters. Describes himself as “Horny as buggery” and says, “I'd love a good long ****”. BBC NEWS | UK | Wales | MP 'sorry' over underpants photo

Labour Councillor (Bridgend/South Wales), Iestyn Tudor Davies – Convicted, jailed for 7 years, and placed on the sex offender’s register for life in 2005, for repeatedly raping a 9-year old girl. BBC News | WALES | Councillor jailed for child rape

Labour Councillor (Newham/London), Greg Vincent, who was the Election Agent to Labour MP Tony Banks at the 2001 General Election – Convicted and given a 2-year community rehabilitation order in 2003, for possession of hardcore kiddie porn films and photos, featuring children as young as 8. One of the photos the Labour Councillor found so entertaining, featured – as described in court – a girl aged around 10, naked except for a dog-collar, being assaulted and abused while her hands were tied behind her back around a beam. Vincent was also a School Governor. Adult Male Survivors Of Sexual Abuse ~ AMSOSA UK ~

Prominent Edinburgh Labour party activist and election candidate, Rab Knox - Convicted and jailed for 3 years in 2005 for a horrific sex attack on a woman passenger in his taxi cab. Knox had previously been dubbed Labours “Mr Anti-Sleaze” in Scottish political circles due to his unimpeachable integrity and general all-round saintlyness. Top bloke!

Labour Councillor (North Lincolnshire), David Spooner – Convicted and jailed for 1 year for ************ in front of 2 young boys.

Labour Mayor (Todmordon/West Yorkshire), John Winstanley – Convicted and jailed in 1986 for rape and threats to kill. After raping and threatening to kill his terrified victim, Winstanley then ordered the woman to go on all fours before urinating on her
Labour Party Official (North West England Regional Officer, and parliamentary adviser to the Home Office Minister responsible for crime and policing, Hazel Blears), Peter Tuffley – Convicted and jailed for 15 months and placed on the sex offenders register for 10 years in 2006, for the sexual molestation of a 13-year old boy that he had previously `groomed` on the internet. Tuffley was described as a `rising star` within the Labour Party - which is nothing to be proud of either!

Labour Councillor (Northampton/Northamptonshire), and former School Governor, Alec Dyer-Atkins – Convicted and jailed for 2 years in 2003 for downloading more than 42,000 pictures and films described in court as “Horrifying images of child abuse”. Dyer-Atkins was a member of an international paedophile ring called `The Shadows Brotherhood` which was successfully penetrated following stirling work by Britain's National Hi-Tech Crime Unit (NHTCU). Commenting on the conviction of the depraved Labour Party beast, NHTCU Deputy Head, Mick Deats said: “This man had some of the worst images on his computers that officers from this unit have ever viewed”. Ex-local councillor gets two years for online child abuse ? The Register

Labour Mayor and Council Leader (Westhoughton/Lancashire), Nicholas Green – Convicted and jailed for 10 years in 1998, for 3 rapes and 13 counts of indecent assault against little girls between the age of 6 and 10. He raped one woman on her wedding day. Leigh Journal - Child rape man jailed

Labour Councillor (Hornchurch/Essex), Alan Prescott, who was also a senior magistrate – Convicted and jailed for 2 years in 2001, for molesting children at the East London care home where he was the superintendent. Prescott, described in court as a “pillar of his local community” admitted carrying out sex attacks on four teenage boys as they slept in their beds. Former councillor jailed for sex abuse | UK news | The Guardian

Prominent Kent Labour Party activist Mark Tann (who has met Tony & Cherie at Party functions) – Convicted and jailed for 15 years in 2002 for sexually assaulting a girl of 9, and raping a 4-year old girl on 2 separate occasions. And no, that’s not a miss-print. She was FOUR YEARS OLD. BBC NEWS | UK | England | Babysitter jailed for rape of toddler

Labour Parliamentary candidate (Cheadle/Cheshire), Paul Diggert – Subject of a 2002 police investigation into the alleged procurement of underage girls for sexual purposes via internet chatrooms. According to the `Sunday Mirror` (3/11/02), Diggert had admitted to having four underage girls that he was `grooming` for sex. In 2004 Diggert was convicted of making and distributing indecent pictures of children. "Paul Diggert - Google Search

Labour Councillor (Westlands/Worcestershire), Keith Rogers – Convicted, fined, and placed on the sex offender’s register in 2003, after downloading over 2,000 hardcore child porn photos on his computer. Worcester News - Town `honour' for child porn councillor

Labour Councillor (Newton Aycliffe/Durham – In Tony Blair's Sedgefield constituency), Martyn Locklin – Convicted on 8 counts of rape and indecent assault on teenage boys in 2001, and jailed for 15 years (reduced to 12 on appeal). Locklin was a top local Party bigwig on first-name terms with Tony Blair, after escorting the PM during visits to his constituency on several occasions. The judge also put the Labour rapist on the sex offender’s register for life, telling him: “You will be watched for the rest of your days. You need to be”. Darlington and Stockton Times - Ex-councillor has sex abuse sentence cut

The above perverts are ones that got caught but it is not unusually for the Labour Party to actively try to cover up the Paedophile activities of its members. Take the case of Labour Party activist, social worker and serial child-molester Mark Trotter. Trotter, who was Hackney’s children’s home manager had been reported to the council on a number of occasions during the 1980’s for child abuse.
However he was protected by his follow party members for years by which time he had infected a number of young boys with AIDS - a condition which he died from in 1995 just as the police net was closing in on him.
And it doesn’t end there!!!

The Paedophile Information exchange

Harriet Harman and the Paedophile Information Exchange


I just came of the phone with someone who was at a Scottish university in 1977. He remembers a motion being put up before the Student Association to affiliate with ‘Paedophile Information Exchange’. Incredibly it was only defeated by the casting vote of the chairman. I was even more astounded to discover that the National Council for Civil Liberties (now known as Liberty) was a backer of both this organisation and ‘Paedophile Action for Liberation’ an offshoot of the ‘Gay Liberation Front’. Various New Labour figures including Harriet Harman, Jack Dromey and Patricia Hewitt were involved with these movements in one way or another. Dromey was on the executive committee of NCCL when the paedophile groups were affiliated. Hewitt was General Secretary. Harman was legal officer of NCCL and complicit in attempts to weaken legislation against child pornography. Apparently, at the time, the NCCL Gay Rights sub-committee was packed full of paedophile activists. A quick online search for ‘Harriet Harman Paedophile Information Exchange’ confirms the facts. Perhaps everyone knows about this? I was out of the country when this Telegraph article was published. It is amazing what sort of agendas are lurking so lightly concealed below the surface of British politics. More detailed information here.

Labour figures' bizarre link to paedophile groups

Paedophile information exchange...

Wednesday, April 20, 2011

Moira Anderson: Goverment cover-up....

Counteract: Justice for 250.000...background informtaion for the book which may now be read online...

Crimes reported and evidence offered...

The Appalling Vista – the fight back against Operation Ore.....the book can now be read online.

Operation SLEDGEHAMMER'S fuse still sizzling...

Operation Ore flawed by fraud....

Judge hits police with massive bill over false Operation Ore charges

Monday, April 18, 2011

Operation Ore was based on flawed evidence from the start

The police memoranda show that within months of the operation launching in April 2002, detectives who forensically examined computers taken from suspects' homes in dawn raids found files showing that the main evidence used in Operation Ore was wrong. The evidence, it was claimed, showed that over 7,000 British-based subscribers had purchased access to child pornography websites.

At a national police conference held in a Pimlico hotel in February 2003, local police forces warned that claims made by the National Crime Squad (NCS), in control of the operation, had gone "pear-shaped".

According to a former detective inspector and computer forensic specialist who led an Operation Ore team in the north of England, police forces throughout the UK had been "assured from the outset" that it was not possible to subscribe to websites run by a Texas web gateway company, Landslide Inc, without clicking on and agreeing to a "Click Here Child Porn" banner on the "the home page of".

The NCS, he said in a report of the February meeting, were adamant that "it was not possible to enter any websites through the Landslide gateway without going through this procedure and making deliberate choices".

But after examining seized computers and looking at browser history records, two UK police forces told the meeting that the files found showed that "it was possible to ... pay for material ... without making any choices at all and without any warnings that paedophile material was available."

The forensic specialist added: "This has thrown the whole issue of incitement charges into question... I am of the opinion that in those cases where no images have been found ... there is insufficient evidence to proceed ... The NCS and CPS [Crown Prosecution Service] are looking at these issues as a matter of urgency and will be sending out advice in due course," he reported.

At a second meeting in Birmingham in March 2003, NCS retracted two claims it had made about child porn websites. The former DI alerted senior officers and colleagues that "this has serious implications ... [It] is yet another weakness in the NCS investigation which has only just come to light, with obvious consequences. I have serious doubts about the quality and integrity of the evidence supplied by the NCS and will be raising these concerns in the relevant quarter."

Former Merseyside police officer Peter Johnston said he was also concerned about claims in Operation Ore. "I ... asked ... can we have the evidence, can we see the credit card details, can we see the statements ... from the people who recovered this?”

Johnson's requests were turned down, he told ITN in a broadcast interview. He was told "it wasn’t relevant ... we have 7,500 people here ... they must be guilty, let's get out there and get them locked up".

No investigations took place. No advice was sent to police forces about the flaws in the "Click Here Child Porn" claim. Although the real front page of the Landslide website was included in an obscure part of the evidence bundle, it was described as a "front screen" while the fake front page was highlighted and described as the "front page". This sleight of hand meant that the false "front page" was always referred to at the start of court cases, thus purporting to prove that subscribers could only subscribe to Landslide sites for illegal purposes.

CEOP (Child Exploitation and Online Protection), a quasi policy agency, took over Operation Ore in 2006. The Home Office has announced that CEOP will be disbanded later this year.

The former director of CEOP who presided over Operation Ore, James Gamble, retired in October 2010 after disputes with Home Secretary Teresa May, which continue.

Operation Ore police raids continued until 2008. It was not until 2010 that CEOP computer expert Dr Nick Sharples testified in an appeal case that subscribers to Landslide websites could not have seen the "Click Here Child Porn" banner and that it was not part of the Landslide website.

CEOP has refused to comment on his evidence, claiming to The Register that a transcript "should be available" on the internet. It isn't. CEOP said: "We will not be making any further comments on this operation or its various investigations unless required to do so by a court of law or a law enforcement organisation."

The CPS told The Register that it could not provide any record that the mistake had been investigated or corrected.

The Register: Read the full Story
07 Apr 2011 by OBU

Operation Ore finally collapses

Jeremy Clifford, 51, from Watford, was arrested in 2003 as part of Operation Ore, Britain's biggest ever computer crime investigation. The nationwide swoop targeted thousands of people whose credit card details were found in a database taken from a network of child pornography websites in America.

A computer expert found no evidence to prosecute Mr Clifford, but Hertfordshire police charged him anyway.

Yesterday a judge at the High Court ruled that Det Con Brian Hopkins had “no honest belief” that Mr Clifford had downloaded indecent images of children, and brought charges “to protect his own position”.

Mr Clifford, who lost his film equipment business as a result of the allegation against him, was awarded damages of £20,000 and costs which a police spokesman said will run to hundreds of thousands of pounds.

Hertfordshire Constabulary was criticised by Mr Clifford's solicitors for the way it defended his claim of malicious prosecution and misfeasance in public office.

“In my opinion it is an absolute disgrace that the police have been allowed to spend huge sums of public money recklessly and without apparent check or merit attacking Mr Clifford, in order to deflect from their own shortcomings,” said Andre Clovis of Tuckers Solicitors.

“This course of conduct caused costs to escalate. There appears to be no control mechanism over police spending in such circumstances, but this does not mean that the Chief Constable and his legal department should not be called to account for their actions.”

The court heard that Mr Clifford’s credit card details appeared on the Operation Ore suspect database as a result of fraud, and that at the time he had complained and received refunds of payments. Mr Justice Mackay found there was no evidence he had been a subscriber to Landslide, the illegal pornography firm at the centre of the investigation.

The false charges were based on 10 indecent images of children found in the “temporary internet files” folder of a computer seized from Mr Clifford’s former business partner’s premises.

They “can appear as advertisements without the user of the computer requesting them or even being aware that they were on the machine”, the court heard.

Assessing the damages, the judge said that Mr Clifford was devastated by his arrest, which caused difficulties for his business and put a strain on his relationship with his wife.

There was no ordeal in the form of a criminal trial to be gone through but the numerous procedural court appearances - four before magistrates and seven in the crown court - caused him particular distress and fear of publicity.

After the charges were dropped Mr Clifford made a complaint and an internal investigation was launched. It found that Hertfordshire Constabulary’s computer forensics expert, George Fouhey, had told DC Hopkins that the “thumbnail” images were not sufficient evidence to charge.

A spokesman for Hertfordshire Constabulary said: “Legal advice was taken beforehand and it was advised and expected that we had a reasonable chance of winning our case.”

“We will seek to learn from this case and service improvements have already been implemented in the years since this case started.”
07 Apr 2011 by OBU

Sunday, April 17, 2011

Tony Blair : Something more reliable...cannot copy due to copyright...

'In the autumn of 1983, a young well-dressed man presented himself to Bow St Magistrates' Court on a morals charge. He was given a conditional discharge and bound over to keep the peace. The young man gave his name as Charles Lynton. He is now among the highest in the land.'

Blair's middle names are Charles and Lynton. I have asked for the records of the period (the Court no longer exists) but failed to trace any mention there of the 'case' - if indeed it ever existed. Although I found the general attitude of information suppliers to be obstructive, there wasn't any strong feeling of hiding stuff; frankly, I'd be amazed anyway if something incriminating about Tony Blair hadn't been removed by now. Another source wrote to us as follows:
'He was caught importuning in a Westminster toilet. It was all covered up.'
Two things are, however, relevant. Gossip did abound about Blair's sexuality during his time in the rock band Ugly Rumours at Oxford. And while nobody has ever stood them up, it is widely accepted that Derry Irvine (Blair's boss in Chambers) regularly referred to him as "the star closest to Uranus".

Tony Blair on sex offenders list...

Charged under the name 'Lynton Blair' in 1974 Bow Street Magistrate Court....Fine 50.00.....

Under the pseudonym Charles Linton the young Tony Blair pleaded guilty to importuning in public toilets at Bow Street Magistrates Court and was fined GBP 50.00. This occured in 1983.

I shall have to check this out...unless dear old BLIAR has been caught out on more than one occasion...known as 'Miranda' for the simple reason it is the closest star to URANUS...or his anus from this bit of tittle tattle...

Pressure on police to release paedophile dossier

April 23, 2006

A SECRET dossier said to identify members of a paedophile ring could be published within weeks, after the intervention of the Scottish information commissioner.
Kevin Dunion has been asked by the family of Moira Anderson, a schoolgirl who disappeared almost 50 years ago, to review a decision by Strathclyde police not to release the document that may identify her abductors.

The 11-year-old was last seen boarding a bus in Coatbridge, Lanarkshire, in 1957 during a heavy snowstorm. She was on her way to the shops to buy a box of chocolates for her mother’s birthday.

The dossier, written by James Gallogley, a convicted paedophile who died in Peterhead prison in 1999, is said to implicate senior public figures in the abuse of children in Strathclyde during the 1950s and 1960s. It is also believed to list vehicles and safe houses used in Glasgow, Monklands and Paisley where children were hidden before being taken to sex parties.

Strathclyde’s chief constable has refused to release the document, saying its publication could destroy any chance of solving the case.

However, relatives argue it could help to identify those responsible for Anderson’s abduction and recover her remains.

Her sister Janet, 63, who lives in Australia, has appealed to the information commissioner to order its release. A decision is expected in the next few weeks.

Her call is backed by Sandra Brown, the founder of the Moira Anderson Foundation, who believes her late father, Alex Gartshore, was responsible for the crime.

In an interview with The Sunday Times this weekend, Brown said her father, a former bus driver and convicted sex offender from Coatbridge, was part of a paedophile ring whose members she will recognise when she sees Gallogley’s dossier.

She said that Gartshore and Gallogley, who were friends, lived close to Fred West, the notorious serial killer, in Coatbridge during the early 1960s. Both Gartshore and West moved out of the area in late 1965.

However, Gartshore, who was on bail accused of sexually assaulting a teenage girl at the time of Anderson’s disappearance, denied any involvement in the crime. He died earlier this month at the age of 85.

According to Brown, who has spoken to former police officers involved in the investigation, Gallogley’s dossier describes how “wee Moira” was subdued with chloroform, abused by Gartshore and “one other” and placed in the boot of Gartshore’s bus.

It claims her body was dumped in the Tarry Burn in Coatbridge, an area that has never been thoroughly searched.

The dossier was handed to police by a former cell mate four years after Gallogley’s death.

It prompted a review of Anderson’s disappearance but failed to throw up any meaningful leads.

“Pressure needs to be brought to bear on Strathclyde police,” said Brown. “Who is being protected and why is there a problem with transparency? I understand Gallogley’s dossier reveals names in his confession. It indicates Moira was not the sole victim of this ring and gives details of parties where children were abused.

“Those named could help lead us to Moira’s remains. There’s unwillingness by officers to share information.”

However, Strathclyde police said inquiries were ongoing. “We regularly review any investigations and the disappearance of Moira Anderson is no exception,” said a spokesman. “Any new evidence and information will be the subject of further investigation in an effort to resolve her disappearance, ” said a spokesman.

Anthony Charles Lynton Blair(Tony Blair,former PM of the UK)

Anthony Charles Lynton Blair(Tony Blair,former PM of the UK)

He was charged and appeared in court at Bow Street magistrates court for importunity in a public toilet with another male. He tried to get sexual favour from the other man, little did he know that the toilet was being watched by police. Blair was fined £500, and walked away with nobody knowing who he really was as he used his middle names to cover who he was. Charles Lynton is the name used, and his friends in court got him off with a fine, because he is one of them.

Anthony Charles Lynton Blair....cottaging ?

ALLEGED:Tony Blair was nabbed while cruising for action in a public bog, but only gave his name as Lynton Blair when charged.

Its been alleged that among those caught up in Operation Ore were:

Gerald Kaufman, Gordon Brown, Alan Milburn, John Prescott, Peter Mandelson and Paul Mcartney - laughbly citing `National Security' Tony Blair slapping a D-Notice on the press and Panorama, forcing Panorama to drop a programme allegedly linking some or all of the above names with Operation Ore, and the press from publishing any details of the investigation.

Police also discovered links between British Labour government paedophile suspects and the trafficking of children for purposes of prostitution from Belgium and Portugal (including young boys from the Casa Pia orphanage in Portugal).

Then there's Lords-a-leaping Grevill Janner and George Robertson.

Paul McCartney and Heather Mills....

First protected name revealed - Jumping Jacks
One of the men who together with his family was almost ruined by being wrongfully raided under Operation Ore has been called Sam in stories about him on other web sites. The UK police admitted their mistake, but he was far from satisfied and went on the war path against them.

So successful was his first TV interview that the Operation Ore action group invited him into an inner circle of researchers. These individuals had in an earlier daring ‘raid’ on the US obtained both the Landslide subscriber database and the FBI Landslide prosecution files, never before shown to the defence. When they began to study these, they were shocked first at the extent of the obvious credit card fraud, in particular as the police and prosecution service had denied there was any and this new evidence became the ammunition for their pending Operation Ore class action against the police. They were also shocked and dismayed at seeing that there were many individuals in high places on the Landslide subscriber database, that is whose credit card details, fraudulently or otherwise, were associated with transactions with web sites that thousands of other ordinary people had been raided and ruined for.

This created a predicament for them. The police had denied that such names existed on the subscriber database, so seeing them suggested that in some way they were individuals already protected from being raided and prosecuted or that they now became protected by the police treating them as ‘above the law’ or individuals worthy of protection, in either case creating the situation where they could be compromised or in the words of a writer on another web site the ‘Jumping Jacks’ of the police or whatever other cartel could now exert influence over them. The researchers had taken on the task of clearing the names of innocent men, not ruining others hitherto unsuspected, which added to their dismay upon seeing the names of the apparently protected ones, whom they did not want to expose.

But Sam thought otherwise. These high profile individuals, unlike he and thousands of others, had not suffered dawn raids and shaming in the media, or having their computers seized, or being convicted in court, in many cases losing their children and spouses and being placed on the sex offender register to be shamed and excluded by their community.

When Sam saw the names, he acted impulsively and, in the opinion of other members of the campaign team, recklessly. But what he did cannot now be undone.

Several names stood out, but one in particular did so, because it was that of a man who was one of the parties in a vicious divorce case that was receiving worldwide publicity. It must be stressed that as in the majority of all the other cases where the unprotected persons were raided and ruined, this person’s credit card transactions were possibly also placed there fraudulently. But we must also repeat that the police denied that there was any fraud and also denied that there were influential names not proceeded against on the Landslide database.

Sam could not resist copying the name and transaction details and sending them to the solicitors acting for the woman in the dispute, Heather Mills, saying where they had come from and offering any further corroboration required.

Those reading about this unseemly case might now want to re-consider it. What value did the information have if any to her in her negotiations? What value does it now have when it is thus revealed?

Readers might also consider some of the Mills’ statements in a new light, especially those made in emotional media outbursts. Such as when she exclaimed that she was the one being treated like a ‘paedophile’ and that she had been ‘protecting’ him, but that such protection might not now continue. In a second interview she claimed to have damaging evidence about ‘a person’ stored in a safe. "I'm protecting that party because I care about that party. But if it's going to carry on, then I'm going to have to tell all the truth," she said.

What a pity that this influential man did not join with the other innocent individuals now fighting a fierce and at times lonely battle with the police and prosecution service to clear their names and restore some meaning and dignity to their lives and the lives of their families.

This high profile individual is not the only protected name that is still sitting on that list waiting to be revealed. The big question for the others is why have they been protected and what has it cost them and their country to be compromised thus by the police or whoever else may now be able to pull their strings.
05 Nov 2007 by OBU

New breed of gagging order could send journalists to jail, MP claims

Lib Dem MP John Hemmings fears reporters could face imprisonment simply for asking questions, creating a 'recipe for hiding miscarriages of justice'
Magna Carta
The Magna Carta is being contravened by the new breed of gagging orders, claims Lib Dem MP John Hemming. Photograph: Michael Nagle/Getty Images
An MP who is launching an inquiry into excessive and possibly unlawful court secrecy says a new type of gagging order is hampering the work of investigative journalists.

John Hemming said the new breed of injunction, which was used in relation to a case in the high court in London last week, meant journalists could face jail simply for asking questions.
"This goes a step further than preventing people speaking out against injustice," said Hemming, the Liberal Democrat MP for Birmingham Yardley and a longtime campaigner against secrecy. "It has the effect of preventing journalists from speaking to people subject to this injunction without a risk of the journalist going to jail. That is a recipe for hiding miscarriages of justice."

Hemming has labelled the new gagging order the "quaero injunction" after the Latin word "to seek".

"It puts any investigative journalist at risk if they ask any questions of a victim of a potential miscarriage of justice … I don't think this should be allowed in English courts."

There has been growing concern over the use of gagging orders in UK courts. It is not known precisely how many superinjunctions have been issued, but an informed legal estimate is that as many as 20 have been granted in the UK over the last 18 months.

In the most notorious case, the oil trader Trafigura last year briefly obtained a superinjunction against the Guardian to suppress a leaked report on its toxic waste dumping, which even prevented reporting proceedings in parliament.

Earlier this month, Hemming highlighted a new type of hyperinjunction which forbids the recipient talking to their MP.

He says he is now launching an inquiry in parliament into excess court secrecy and is planning to collect a range of gagging orders that he will then analyse and present to the justice select committee in a number of "parliamentary petitions" later this year.

"What is clear is that almost all of the superinjunctions and hyperinjunctions have no public judgment," Hemming said. "That means that they are not compliant with the rules for a fair trial.

There is also the question as to whether there should be an automatic time limit on an interim order.

 Many cases have an interim order and no final hearing.

This is clearly wrong.

"We also need to know what the costs are both for the applicant and for the media in defending these orders. It is wrong to have a system whereby people can buy the sort of justice they want. That is a contravention of clause 29 of Magna Carta 1297, which is still in force."

Hemming is asking anyone who is subject to a gagging injunction that they would like to be included in the review to forward the information to him at the House of Commons.

Monday, April 4, 2011

Inspector Geraint Lloyd Evans..(this could well be the child abuse case, one man already named could be Geraint Evans) .A public servant has appeared in court on charges believed to be connected to child-sex offences under a draconian restriction which means nothing can be said about him.

Inspector Geraint Lloyd Evans...

Police officer on child sex charges

Inspector Geraint Lloyd Evans, 47, of South Wales Police, was remanded in custody
Inspector Geraint Lloyd Evans, 47, of South Wales Police, was remanded in custody
A senior police officer has appeared in court accused of child sex offences and possessing indecent images of children.

Inspector Geraint Lloyd Evans, 47, of South Wales Police, was remanded in custody after appearing at Llanelli Magistrates' Court.

Evans was charged with seven separate offences on Thursday and was remanded to appear at Swansea Crown Court on March 11.

The allegations include conspiring with others to incite engagement in unlawful sexual activity with a child under 13.

He is also charged with three offences of making indecent images of children, possession of four child abuse images and possession of extreme pornography.

Evans is also charged with a single offence of possessing section 1 ammunition.

He will appear in court next week with three members of the public also charged with offences related to indecent images of children.

Evans was charged after an investigation by the Independent Police Complaints Commission (IPCC).

A separate South Wales Police criminal investigation linked to the case led to the three members of the public being charged.

IPCC commissioner for Wales Tom Davies said: "I am satisfied that this is being thoroughly investigated. It would be inappropriate to comment further now that the judicial process has started."

Geraint Lloyd Evans

IPCC investigation leads to criminal charges for SWP inspector

​4 March 2011

South Wales Police Inspector Geraint Lloyd Evans was yesterday charged with:

1) Conspiring with others to incite engagement in unlawful sexual activity with a child under 13;
2) Possession of section 1 ammunition;
3) Three offences of making indecent images of children;
4) Possession of four child abuse images;
5) Possession of extreme pornography.
Llanelli Magistrates Court decided yesterday that Inspector Evans will be held on remand and will appear at Swansea Crown Court on 11 March, along wih three members of the public who have been charged with offences related to indecent images of children.

The Independent Police Complaints Commission is managing an investigation by South Wales Police Public Protection Unit into allegations that 47-year-old Inspector Evans was in possession of indecent images of children.
A separate SWP criminal investigation in connection with this case has led to the arrest of four members of the public. Three have been charged and are being held on remand.

IPCC Commissioner for Wales Tom Davies said: "I am satisfied that this is being thoroughly investigated. It would be inappropriate to comment further now that the judicial process has started."

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Notes for editors

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Geraint Evans...

Former police inspector jailed over tyre-dumping scam

A former police inspector who is studying to be a lawyer was yesterday jailed for his role in an illegal tyre dumping scam.

Illegally dumped tyres: Former police inspector jailed over tyre-dumping scam
Ex-North Wales police inspector Geraint Evans was imprisoned for one year for his role in an illegal tyre dumping scam Photo: PA
Ex-North Wales police inspector Geraint Evans was imprisoned for one year while his partner Marilyn Hanks, a former station assistant who he met while they both worked in Caernarfon, was ordered to carry out 240 hours of unpaid work.
Former haulage company boss Norman Cassidy was also jailed for one year for his part in the scam.
Cardiff Crown Court heard that the three were involved in the illegal dumping of 175,000 tyres and 290 tons of tyre wire at sites across England and Wales.
They each played various roles in setting up tyre recycling plants in Aberdare, south Wales; Colchester, Essex; and Manchester, before moving on and leaving others to clear up mountains of waste rubber.
The court heard they did not have a waste management licence for any of the premises, did not pay rent and made around £115,000 from their activities over one-and-a-half years.
Evans, 51, of Llanrug, Caernarfon, retired from North Wales Police in 2005 after a period of mental ill health.
But the court heard that he had been involved in the tyre industry since 1991, while he was still a serving police officer, with the force's permission.
The court was told that after leaving the force he decided to make a career out of tyre recycling, but was made bankrupt.
He pleaded guilty to five counts of unauthorised depositing and keeping of controlled waste.
Hanks, 37, also of Llanrug, pleaded guilty to two counts of assisting or conniving in offences by a corporate body.
Cassidy, 58, of Clacton-on-Sea, Essex, pleaded guilty to four counts of unauthorised depositing and keeping of controlled waste.
Sentencing the three, Judge Stephen Hopkins told Evans and Cassidy they were both "thoroughly unscrupulous men" with no regard for the rules governing the businesses they operated.
"The very nature of your activities posed the potential, if not risk, of large fires and other potential environmental problems," he said.
He explained that Evans and Hanks lived together as a couple, while Cassidy met Evans through the tyre industry.
Evans and Cassidy became the directors of Adelphi Waste Ltd and Hanks was company secretary and a director, he said.
Between April and December 2005, Evans ran an unauthorised waste tyre business from Pegasus House, in Wythenshaw, Manchester.
He rented vans and employed staff to travel around the north west of England to collect waste tyres from garages and bring them back to Pegasus House.
The judge said: "They simply remained as scrap rubber inside and outside the warehouse.
"In December 2005 they abandoned Pegasus House leaving behind thousands and thousands of scrap tyres."
He said they left the owners with a £22,000 bill to clean the site up.
Evans and Hanks then negotiated a lease on a premises at Hirwaun Industrial Estate, Aberdare, on behalf of Adelphi Waste Ltd. Cassidy signed the lease.
They began depositing waste tyres at the site in March 2006 despite not officially taking over the site until the May.
In August 2006, he said, they abandoned the Aberdare site leaving the owners with a clean-up bill of up to £45,000.
In June 2006, the three had negotiated a lease for a premises in Boothstown, Manchester, and Evans permitted the dumping of 290 tons of tyre wire there.
Again the site was abandoned leaving the owners with a bill of up to £40,000.
The fourth plant was set up at Haven Road, in Colchester, by Cassidy and his company Rubber Resources Ltd, in March 2006.
Once again, the site was abandoned, employees were not paid and the owners were left with a clean-up bill of over £28,000.
In respect of each site they avoided licensing costs of over £7,000.
The judge told Evans and Cassidy their offending was deliberate, and said that while Hanks may not have been aware at the start she did later on.
He said they committed the offences purely for profit and to undercut other legitimate businesses.
Evans was banned from being the director of a business for seven years, Cassidy for five years and Hanks for three years.

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