JERSEY AND ISLINGTON ‘I have known about Jersey paedophiles for 15 years‘ – Eileen Fairweather, 2008 This is an article that appeared in the Daily Mail (before it slipped down the press gutter) written by an award-winning journalist – Eileen Fairweather. It contains a lot of information on how, after she reported about the… Continue reading JERSEY & ISLINGTON: ‘I have known about Jersey paedophiles for 15 years’ – Eileen Fairweather
ISLINGTON THE CONNECTIONS LEADING TO PIE CONNECTION 1: REV NICOLAS STACEY Without much fanfare, a recent article revealed that former vicar, Nicolas Stacey, had instructed his staff at Kent Social Services not to report paedophiles: An interview with Stacey discovered in 2017 revealed a culture that enabled child abuse in the 1970s and ‘80s.… Continue reading ISLINGTON: The Connections Leading to PIE
LAMBETH THE DEATH OF BULIC FORSYTHE Although I am predominantly going to focus on Bulic’s death in this blog post, I will also be briefly covering connected crimes against people who also worked for Lambeth council. There are so many intertwining elements to this case – and Lambeth Council as a whole (that’s even disregarding… Continue reading UNSOLVED MURDERS: Bulic Forsythe & the Lambeth Abuse
ISLINGTON What really happened to Michael Jarrett Lowe? In September 1974, a 17 year old boy was found dead inside a chimney in a disused shop in Islington. The circumstances surrounding the death of Michael (or Jarrett as he was known by friends) remains a mystery but his friend, Bill, is convinced it wasn’t… Continue reading ISLINGTON: UNSOLVED CRIMES: The Mysterious Death of MICHAEL JARRETT LOWE, 1974
CAMDEN COUNCIL SOCIAL SERVICES In Camden – as with so many other London councils – accusations of institutional abuse surface from the 1960s, 70s, 80s and 90s, with claims of gross negligence in child protection and failure to properly deal with allegations of abuse. Included are: Stockgrove Park School – a brilliantly detailed blog has been… Continue reading CAMDEN SOCIAL SERVICES & A DANISH CULT?
LOUIS MINSTER Louis Minster joined Richmond Council in 1975 and was Richmond Council’s head of Social Services. I will blog a more detailed article on him another time (namely to cover why he pulled a file on Peter Hatton-Bornshin and golden handshake deals by Richmond Council), but in the meantime, here are some news articles… Continue reading RICHMOND: LOUIS MINSTER – Richmond Social Services, 1975-1984
Background Keith Vaz arrived in the UK with his family in 1965. His mother worked within the education department for Richmond Council, as a teacher at Stanley Infants School and in M&S whilst Vaz became solicitor for Richmond in 1980. In June 1982 he joined the Labour Party. In December 1982 Michael Honey (then Chief… Continue reading KEITH VAZ, THE PROLIFIC CAMPAIGNER- Local Newspaper Articles
In August 2016, an ex Detective from the Metropolitan Police gave an interview to Brian Gerrish at UK Column about his experiences of cover ups involving paedophiles and the apathy within the police when dealing with children who are vulnerable and victims of sexual crimes. It also raises the issue of police whistleblowers and the… Continue reading A WHISTLEBLOWER SPEAKS: Child Protection Expert speaks to UK Column