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More Child Abuse Allegations

Detectives are investigating three alleged murders as part of an inquiry into historical child abuse, the Met Police has said.

Police say no confirmed identities or bodies of victims had been found.

Officers made a public appeal for information relating to Dolphin Square estate in Pimlico, south-west London, amid claims boys were abused there.

Allegations of a paedophile ring involving prominent figures in the 1970s and 1980s are being investigated.

A survivor of VIP sex abuse parties in the 1980s has revealed to Sky News the area of London where he says "part of him died".

'Michael' was abused growing up in care in North Wales but he and other children were also taken on a minibus for weekend trips to Pimlico in central London in the early 1980s.

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Hopefully the Mod's don't delete this and we get a discussion going.

Seems like this is greater and deeper than we thought. Children being trafficked in just for the entertainment for these [insert race/religion here] men, possibly a massive nationwide operation.

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honestly as tragic as it is, highly unlikely they'll find enough evidence to prosecute anyone, hope I'm wrong but it's usually the case..

Banned

Are we at a point where every reasonably famous man over a certain age needs to be investigated?

Interesting post history Al18........

power and money turned these people into monsters !

If the allegations turn out to be true I don't think the boys were selected because of their race or religion AI18

"Police say no confirmed identities or bodies of victims had been found."

"The operation stems from allegations made by a man known as "Nick", who says he was abused by a paedophile ring including high-profile people from the age of seven to 16."

This investigation has been in the news since 2012 and there is still no evidence other than hearsay.

stiffnuts

Interesting post history Al18........



Yeah, a bundle of joy indeed. oO

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Fred Smith

If the allegations turn out to be true I don't think the boys were … If the allegations turn out to be true I don't think the boys were selected because of their race or religion AI18"Police say no confirmed identities or bodies of victims had been found.""The operation stems from allegations made by a man known as "Nick", who says he was abused by a paedophile ring including high-profile people from the age of seven to 16."This investigation has been in the news since 2012 and there is still no evidence other than hearsay.



Obviously the boys were selected for being… underage boys.

To be fair the whole investigation (Operation Midland & Fairbank) and many other operations are all linked and are looking into historical claims, obviously not helped by "out-of-date records from the past".

I wouldn't call it hearsay since allegations have been made as early as the 80's and as many as 4 people have been convicted in relation to these events (Carole Kasir and others)

Al18

Obviously the boys were selected for being… underage boys. To be fair the … Obviously the boys were selected for being… underage boys. To be fair the whole investigation (Operation Midland & Fairbank) and many other operations are all linked and are looking into historical claims, obviously not helped by "out-of-date records from the past".I wouldn't call it hearsay since allegations have been made as early as the 80's and as many as 4 people have been convicted in relation to these events (Carole Kasir and others)



Carole Kasir and her husband were convicted in 1983 of keeping a disorderly house - she (and her husband) ran a guest house where gay men could meet. In the UK up until 1994 the age of consent for homosexual acts was 21 - their convictions had nothing at all to do with paedophilia.
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