Serious paedophilia allegations are levelled against former PM Heath

Former Tory PM Edward Heath with paedophile Jimmy Savile. Heath was not the only Tory prime minister to be connected with the disgraced broadcaster. All are now deceased and unable to pay for crimes that have been proven- in the case of Savile – or may be, as regards the others.

It seems staggering revelations are about to take place, when the findings of Operation Conifer are released on Thursday (October 5).

Yet we are constantly told there is no substance to allegations against top politicians – particularly top Conservatives.

What are we to make of this? Is it a conspiracy to cover up the facts, which would also be an abuse of authority, considering the fact that Conservative politicians have been heavily involved with these inquiries (and have been responsible for the loss of important information)? Or do the forthcoming revelations suggest the opposite?

The controversial report into paedophile allegations against Sir Edward Heath includes claims that he sexually assaulted boys as young as 11, it emerged.

Some of the most serious allegations, which include at least one rape and span his five decades as an MP, are linked to the sailing world. The former Prime Minister was a skilled yachtsman.

The report will say that seven of the allegations are sufficiently credible to justify questioning Sir Edward under caution were he alive today. One of the seven is said to involve the rape of an underage boy. Two were linked to his interest in sailing and allegedly occurred in Guernsey and Jersey.

The astonishing disclosures come just four days before the findings of Operation Conifer – a two-year, £1.5 million investigation into Sir Edward – are made public by Wiltshire Police Chief Constable Mike Veale.

Source: Ted Heath ‘abused boys young as 11’: Bombshell police report details 42 assault claims and one ‘rape of underage male’

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  1. alan m dransfield October 2, 2017 at 4:38 am - Reply

    No surprises with Ted Heath kiddy fiddling.
    I would like to know what happened to the Interim Fire Report on the Grenfell Tower Fire because without it the PI and Police Investigation crash on take off.

  2. damo October 2, 2017 at 7:29 am - Reply

    The grotequery of all of this absolutly horrifieing the power system in this country realy specialises in producing …monsters..rampageing destroying monsters…and its all hidden and covered up …whos betting the tory supporting main stream media espesh the….bbc…will try and bury all of this as quickly as possable???

  3. NMac October 2, 2017 at 7:53 am - Reply

    I clearly remember in the 1970s that Heath always, without fail, surrounded himself with young teenage boys on his yacht Morning Cloud.

  4. Roland Laycock October 2, 2017 at 9:30 am - Reply

    Just another to go under the carpet

  5. Brian October 2, 2017 at 12:49 pm - Reply

    Mmm, Jersey, interesting connection.

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