As the child sex abuse inquiry starts to take soundings from survivors a very serious development has happened for those who hoped to keep the Westminster paedophile ring dead and buried forever, writes David Hencke.
A brave survivor who has never talked to the police decided to take his courage in his hands and talk to the Met about his horrendous experiences in Dolphin Square where sexual abuse of young boys is alleged to have been combined with sadistic practices.
There have been rumours of dark events at Dolphin Square, used for years as London flats for MPs of all parties but no one has ever testified to the police on what they alleged had happened to them.
You can read what the alleged victim had to say on Mr Hencke’s site but he ends:
Given that there is now an inquiry with a remit to look at how well police investigations are conducted, it is to be hoped that this time the Met will be given the time and resources to thoroughly investigate the matter.
Just as Theresa May, the home secretary, has described the child abuse inquiry as a ”once in a generation” opportunity to lay these matters to rest it is to be hoped that senior people in the Met will take their cue from her and decide they have a ”once in a generation” opportunity to investigate and clear up a matter that has been the subject of Westminster rumour and speculation for decades.
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