Where Is This File ?

Murun is correct, this file needs to be tracked down. 

In her 2008 article for the Daily Mail ‘I have known about Jersey paedophiles for 15 years‘, journalist Eileen Fairweather refers to a list she wrote using information provided by Detective Constable Peter Cook.

“He had uncovered a vicious child sex ring, with victims in both Britain and the Channel Islands, and he wanted me to get his information to police abuse specialists in London. He claimed that his superiors had barred him from alerting them.

He feared a cover-up: many ring members were powerful and wealthy. But I did not think him paranoid: I specialised in exposing child abuse scandals and knew, from separate sources, of men apparently linked to this ring. They included an aristocrat, clerics and a social services chief. Their friends included senior police officers.”

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9 responses to “Where Is This File ?

  1. nan

    there must be thousands of people in the know coppers, social workers etc etc,, who alone could not do anything about their knowledge. not out of fear or self preservation even but because where can u go with it? if the media wont publish it and chief inspectors take away your evidence bla bla bla. alll of you need to come forward NOW. there has to be change corrupt law makers and corrupt coppers, Judges, etc will keep on shitting on us all from a great height if we don’t. All those poor poor kids who had absolutly no one to turn to its sick sick sick. Growing up i really believed in going to the police what a joke! All you good coppers/ex coppers out there need to get together and do something to save the children and save your own reputations. i still think the top names will be covered up. some of you coppers must have evidence, some of you social workers must have evidence, come on do something please. TPTB must be stopped

  2. Oh look, ‘another’ ‘aristocrat’…*innocent face*

  3. dogman

    Couple of guys I know are ex-Sweeney and couldn’t wait to retire, as they were fed up with how many cases were dropped on the say so of creatures further up the food chain. Many of their colleagues felt the same way. If you haven’t rolled your trouser leg up, you don’t get into positions of power in the law and justice system, or so it would appear! Be fair, if you set up an organisation, where would you put your people in order to be able to protect it?

    • andy

      exactly, not only infiltrated but infested
      andy

      • rainbowsophie

        It’s absolutely bloody everywhere – chap in our town needed Planning Permission. Didn’t get it after applying several times. In desperation he joined the Mason’s, the PP was granted next session. It happens all over, in every sphere of society. Completely disgraceful.

  4. rainbowsophie

    I wonder where Eileen Fairweather is now ? and I would hope that she has a copy of the file in question.

    There’s an awful lot of ‘lost’ important papers, lists, files and dossiers floating round the country. I am reminded of Lady Bracknell – (excuse my paraphrasing) “To lose one file Mr Police Officer, may be regarded as a misfortune, to lose two (never mind the numbers clocked up so far!) looks like downright carelessness.”

    Or maybe something more sinister is at foot… ??

  5. Chilternsman

    I wonder where Detective Constable Peter Cook is now?

  6. andy

    Wow gojam your on it today
    Have just been reading this on spotlight and it’s an absolute catalogue of failures from both social services and police forces and is a real eyeopener.
    Andy