‘Jimmy Savile’s creepy letter to BBC asking to work with teenagers’

Dossier charts the predatory paedophile’s career rise, and provides crucial information for Operation Yewtree

 

 

 

 

THIS letter shows how ­sick Jimmy Savile set out his plan to work with youngsters from the start of his BBC career.

In the typed note from 1959 the predatory paedophile asks bosses to employ him on teenagers’ shows.

The seemingly innocent request now looks chillingly calculated in the light of shocking revelations of abuse on a massive scale that have emerged since the disgraced DJ’s death in 2011.

It is just one of thousands of ­communications between Savile and the BBC uncovered in a joint investigation by the Sunday Mirror and investigations agency OpenWorld News.

The dossier charts the vile star’s movements across the country, and every detail provides crucial information for Operation Yewtree, the mammoth investigation into sex ­offences by Savile and others.

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  2. A DJ wants to work on a programme aimed at teenagers – that isn’t really creepy to be honest

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  4. It is once you realise what Savile wanted to work with teenagers for. Its also very very very creepy when you realise he was with MI5.

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