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Wednesday, February 4, 2015
New Documents Reveal Thatcher Protected Westminster Pedophile Ring
London's Metropolitan Police are currently investigating a disturbing series of historic pedophilia crimes involving top U.K. figures during the 1970s and 1980s.
Former British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher blocked a senior government official from being publicly named as linked to the notorious Westminster pedophile scandal, despite knowing full well about his involvement, documents released to the country's national archives show.
The Guardian reports that the 37-page file of formerly secret papers, including handwritten notes by Thatcher, reveals that security officials were not informed of Sir Peter Hayman's activities and that police ultimately failed to pursue the matter.
London's Metropolitan Police are investigating a disturbing series of historic pedophilia crimes that a group of top ranking politicians and security chiefs committed during the 1970s and 1980s. Thatcher has been accused of a media whitewash to cover up charges as serious as murder.
On Tuesday, the damning documents exposing Thatcher’s awareness and protection of Hayman's movements became available for public viewing. They include memos of how the aid arranged for “obscene correspondence” to be sent to a senior diplomat, and how even though the police discovered he was a member of the Pedophile Information Exchange group and sent indecent images to colleagues, he was never prosecuted.
“It is the policy of the law officers that persons who have been investigated by the police but not prosecuted should not be named in the House (of Commons), as to do so is to cast an unnecessary slur on the person without his having the opportunity to clear his name before a court,” Thatcher wrote, crossing out “in the House.”
At least 25 high-ranking officials, both alive and dead, have been named as part of the investigations. Victims and activists, headed by Labour Member of Parliament John Mann, have called for an independent inquiry.