An excellent resource of collated information concerning Warwick Spinks here on Fighting Back
Well done to all that have worked on it.
Amsterdam – Boys Club 21
Boys Club 21, also mentioned in the same Spartacus International Gay Guide as Toffs.
As published by Nick Davies:
”Williams arrived in Amsterdam in 1988, aged 21, and soon set himself up as the manager of a gay brothel called Boys Club 21 on the first floor of 21 Spuistraat, near the central station. Across the road at number 44, another British paedophile, a chubby Londoner named Warwick Spinks,
then aged 25, was running a similar club called the Gay Palace. Both clubs had a perfectly legal business, running a bar and offering the services of adult male prostitutes who could take customers upstairs to bedrooms. But Williams and Spinks had much wider and crueller interests.
“Williams had fled to Holland after being convicted in Britain of indecent assaults on boys. In Amsterdam, he boasted of the day in South Wales when he had seen a ten-year-old boy on his bike, wanted him, grabbed him, raped him and, when he cried, strangled him to death.Much More at Fighting Back
6 responses to “Warwick Spinks & Co.”
I have only just come across this particular page on this site, and I would like to comment on Andy Llewellyn’s comment, as follows. Whilst I think that he makes a valid point, in practice the criteria that the police operate under in relation to terrorism as against child pornography are quite different. The classic definition of terrorism is something like “the infliction of or expectation of violence on a/the public in the hope of creating a political change not able to be brought about by other means.” I think that this would make it difficult to link child abuse with terrorism in such a simple and straight-forward way. However, there appears to be a connection between child pornography and the security services, who are also operating in the arena of terrorism, and so, indirectly it might be possible to have the investigation of the 2 subjects under the same umbrella. Nevertheless, the techniques for investigating both areas seem to me to be very different, although I grant that there appears to be no obvious reason this could not come under a more general heading such as crimes against persons. However, this would bring in, and cover, a lot of other crimes, such as common assault.
At present, perhaps a compromise solution would be for there to be greater information-sharing between terrorism and child abuse units within the police, and it may be that some interesting co-incidences and unexpected connections could be found. I think that Em perhaps has a point also about him (Spinks) being told to keep his mouth shut, as a condition of his being released. However, I understand that the legal reason for his release was that the law under which he was re-arrested to serve the rest of his sentence is not retrospective, and it is possible that he was aware of this fact, otherwise it would have been a very foolish move on his part to have agreed to return to Britain.
Knew I had read it somewhere! http://blogs.spectator.co.uk/coffeehouse/2013/05/the-british-paedophile-whos-still-on-the-run/
So what was it? Get him in, make sure he keeps his mouth shut then send him back to terrorise more innocent children?!
You use the word terrorise which i think is relevant and what could be more important to security than the protection of our children as they are the future, now we need these kind of offences to be brought under the umbrella of terror and let the anti terror police get their teeth stuck in so to say, yes warick spinks is a terrorist to children but i think he is a very well conected one.
Very convenient how they ‘found’ Spinks when the shit hit the fan with Fernbridge and Fairbank. Im sure I read some where that he’s out again now and back in The Czech Republic, running some ‘holiday accommodation’ business?
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