As a casual observer of the events, which followed on from the disclosures which were made after the death of Jimmy Savile, which included details of his contacts with many politicians, including Margaret Thatcher and Edward Heath, and in view of the sincere letter to the widow of Leon Brittan, after his death, claiming that there was no case to answer, I would simply and sincerely like to know of which of the numerous complaints, which were made against Brittan, was there no case to answer.
Having watched the book being thrown at the “tiddlers” like Rolf Harris, Stuart Hall and Dave Lee Travis, with no attempt being made to discredit the claims made against them, it would seem strange that no evidence from victims, was found to be admissible, according to the Police, against Leon Brittan.
This is similar to the strange case of Lord McAlpine, who was picked out from photographs, by a youngster who had been abused, and yet without any supporting evidence, it was later claimed that it had been a photograph of the Lords dead brother, or some such nonsense.
This bizarre behaviour of the Police, whenever an inquiry edges its way towards the “Toffs” – many of whom are well-known to be flagrant perverts, – is so evident in itself, as to warrant an exclusion of the Police from any inquiry, which could possibly involve the upper echelons of the Police Establishment itself.
There is ample evidence of the perversion of Justice, in many cases which involve high-level paedophiles, including the shabby treatment of Hollie Greig and her family. There are countless claims, sprinkled all over the inter-web, that Gordon Brown is a paedophile. I found this to be an absolutely incredible accusation, against a man whom had sold the British Gold Reserves and refused to disclose the name of the purchaser.
Why has Brown, in view of the reports of the involvement of many politicians in this “sport” with young children, the likes of Cyril Smith and the old chap Janner, with his excuse of Dementia, not come out and clearly stated that he is totally free of guilt and that all of his political decisions were based on their benefits to the electorate, and were not taken under pressure of exposure as a paedophile.
There was no serious attempt to force the information out of the Chancellor of the Exchequer, which itself seemed strange, leaving many doubters with a bad taste in their mouths, as to what was being held over the heads of those whom failed to demand this information. Never mind as to why Brown had picked the very moment when the City of London had reduced the price of gold to its lowest level for some time.