Righton is now long dead. But Napier is not. Now 68 and living with his mother in the West Country, he could prove a vital witness to the unfolding police inquiry into child abuse on a massive scale in this country.
Both men were linked to a shadowy organisation called the Paedophile Information Exchange which campaigned in the 70s and 80s for what they called the age of “child love” to be reduced to four.
Righton was a founder of PIE, Napier its one-time treasurer. Righton, incredibly, was also one of Britain’s leading child protection specialists.
But when police raided his house in Evesham, Worcs, in 1992 they found not only hard-core child abuse images from Amsterdam but a “quarter-century of correspondence” between paedophiles in Britain and around the world.
The probe led police to the kitchen of a flat in South London where they found a letter from ‘Napier – who had a child assault conviction 20 years before – boasting of his life in Cairo as a”British Council teacher.
He bragged of easy access to young boys and how he could send obscene images back to Britain in diplomatic bags.
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Leon Brittan is the latest victim of the paedophile amnesia that’s sweeping through Westminster. This is what he said when asked about the Geoffrey Dickens paedophile dossiers by Paraic O’Brien from Channel 4 News.
I’ve asked Paraic O’Brien to confirm whether he asked Brittan about one dossier or two, because there was one in 1983 alleging a paedophile ring involving Buckingham Palace, the Foreign Office and the civil service, and another in 1984 alleging child abuse in a children’s home and a paedophile TV executive. How strange that Mr Brittan could forget such sensational allegations.
Two other recent victims of Paedo Amnesia were Keith Vaz MP and Lord David Steel.
Keith Vaz could not recall anything about Elm Guest House or Grafton Close children’s home despite being Richmond Council’s Solicitor and Labour’s prospective parliamentary candidate at the time.
Former Liberal leader Lord David Steel wrote a letter to…
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It is very odd, to say the least, how often St James school, run by the School of Economic Science , a strange cultish organisation which preaches a hybrid of Hindu philosophy, meditation, and socialist economics, keeps cropping up.
I first became aware of the School of Economic Science when comments left by former pupils on the SES Forum were brought to my attention. These comments, detail allegations of physical and psychological abuse as well as sexual voyeurism during the 1970s and 1980s.
Then, several weeks later after seeing a tweet posted by Murun Buchstansangur which contained the image of a newspaper article reporting on a number of missing boys, it was brought to my attention that one of those missing boys, Vishal Mehrotra, was also a pupil at St James. As I pointed out here , Vishal Mehrotra went missing on the very day of Prince Charles and Diana’s wedding, which coincidently was the same day a ‘Kings and Queens’ party was held at the Elm Guest House. Some of Vishal Mehrotra’s remains were discovered in 1982.
And now it’s been pointed out to me, in response to my last article which asked what exactly senior Liberals knew about Cyril Smith and his child abusing, that the chairman of the Liberal Party from 1979 to 1982 was Roger Pincham, who also happens to have been the Chair of the Board of Governors of St James Independent Schools between 1975 and 2007, and is I believe still a governor there now.
Anyway, here is Roger Pincham’s wikipedia page, which rather amusingly reads as though it’s been written by himself. I particularly liked the bit which reads ” Roger Pincham is included in an informal shortlist of four most compelling Liberal orators of the latter decades of the 20th century.”
I should state at the onset that I believe that the torrent of allegations levelled at the Lib Dems over the last week in the MSM has a great deal to do with a certain by-election taking place in Eastleigh today. Both the Labour party and the Conservatives have far more dirty linen yet to be washed in public than the Lib Dems. Nevertheless, it is a fact that while senior Conservatives and Labour politicians have yet to be outed in the MSM for their own child abuse and the subsequent cover-ups, Cyril Smith has been acknowledged by the police as a child abuser and so it’s understandable that the Lib Dems are facing questions at this time.
Given that Cyril Smith’s name has appeared in connection with the ongoing Operation Fernbridge investigation into sexual abuse of boys at the Elm Guest House, I would hope that the only reason why the documents requested by solicitors acting on behalf of victims of Cyril Smith have not been handed over is because the Lib Dems are instead fully cooperating with the active investigation. Certainly that is the only forgivable explanation.
If that is the case then Nick Clegg should publicly say so. If that is not the case then the negative inference that the public will draw after reading the story below will be appropriate and justified.
Nick Clegg has been accused of ignoring alleged sex abuse victims of the late Liberal Democrat MP Cyril Smith by failing to respond to formal requests for help.
The deputy prime minister has been sent two letters by a solicitor’s firm that represents four men who say they were attacked in the 1960s and 70s by the MP for Rochdale, who died in 2010.
The letters, the first of which was sent seven weeks ago, asked for the release of files from the Liberal Democrat and former Liberal chief whips’ offices following the suspicion that Smith’s propensity to abuse was common knowledge among senior politicians. Police believe he was a prolific abuser of boys and should have been charged more than 40 years ago.
“Few will have the greatness to bend history itself, but each of us can work to change a small portion of events……It is from numberless diverse acts of courage and belief that human history is shaped. Each time a man stands up for an ideal, or acts to improve the lot of others, or strikes out against injustice, he sends forth a tiny ripple of hope, and crossing each other from a million different centres of energy and daring those ripples build a current which can sweep down the mightiest walls of oppression and resistance.” – Robert Kennedy
On April 4th 1968, Martin Luther King was shot dead.
That same night, New York Senator Robert F Kennedy was due to give a speech in Indianapolis, he decided to change his planned speech and break the news. The police had warned him that, as he would be speaking in the heart of an African American ghetto, that they would not be able to guarantee his safety and that on hearing the news, the crowd might riot.
He went ahead anyway.
He wrote brief notes himself on his way to the venue, and delivered the short speech without drafts or prewritten words.
This short speech, possibly one of the greatest speeches ever delivered by any politician, was made while standing on the back of a flatbed truck.
All major US cities experienced riots following Martin Luther King’s assassination, only Indianapolis remained peaceful.