UK Victim says witnessed three boys murdered by VIP paedophiles
Victim says witnessed three boys murdered by VIP paedophiles
Thu Dec 18, 2014 4:50PM GMT
Scotland Yard says it is investigating the murders of three boys by what is now known as a ‘VIP sex ring’ suspected to include several high-ranking military officials and politicians.
Detectives say they are looking into accounts of the murders as recited by an abuse victim whom they have described as ‘a credible source’.
According to a shocking account by the abuse victim, who is referred to as ‘Nick’, a Conservative MP had throttled a 12-year-old boy in a depraved sex party at a luxury town house in London sometime in the early 80s.
Nick has told detectives that he had been in the same room at the time and that a group of men had also watched the murder.
On another occasion, Nick claimed a young boy, who was around ten-years-old, was deliberately run down and killed by a car being driven by one of his abusers.
A third boy was allegedly murdered during a depraved orgy at which another Conservative MP was present.
Nick, now in his late 40s, says the crimes by the paedophile ring took place between 1975 and 1984, and said his attackers included senior military and political figures.
He has told detectives that he was one of between 15 and 20 children, who would be picked up in cars and taken to hotels and apartments, where they were physically and sexually abused.
Some of the abuse is linked to a flat in Dolphin Square, London, and at times is alleged to have taken place at “parties”. Sometimes it involved groups of men and other times a lone male.
“They were very powerful people and they controlled my life for the next nine years,” Nick has told detectives in his descriptions of his attackers.
“They created fear that penetrated every part of me, day in day out. You didn’t question what they wanted, you did as they asked without question and the punishments were very severe.
“They had no hesitation in doing what they wanted to do. Some of them were quite open about who they were. They had no fear at all of being caught, it didn’t cross their mind.”
Scotland Yard detectives in charge of the case which is known as Operation Midland say they believe Nick to be a “credible” witness and have said they believe his story to be true.