J Ward names names including a Sinn Feiner (!?!?!?)
That report from HMIC is like reading the Ryan Report.
Ward says his sources are various foreign language blogs - mainly French ones - implying that he had to translate the information back into English.
He could have spared himself the bother - the Mary Moss documents were transcribed by contributors to the (entirely English) David Icke forum months ago.
Seems to be a false lead. Allegedly this MP had a drink problem which he kept carefully hidden from constituents.
Cameron yesterday gave way to those that wish to corral the media and abolish freedom of expression in the UK.
Here is the start of the kick-back of the free press.
…Although not addressed in this report, it should be noted that the latest phase of the cover-up is being carried out with the de facto connivance of An Garda Síochána, the police force of the Republic of Ireland. It has declined to release crucial logs of visitors and cars to Mountbatten’s castle in County Sligo in the Republic. They could help establish that Mountbatten abused boys at it. An Garda Síochána is currently commanded by Drew Harris, a former RUC Special Branch officer. While he was in the RUC and PSNI, Harris was responsible for the suppression of incendiary files about British State collusion with Loyalist terrorists such as McKeaguue…
Archived link: http://archive.is/aVcHy
the MEP’s former partner was convicted of 22 counts of sexual assault of a child regarding incidents that took place in 2013 and 2014. He was also found guilty of 38 counts of child pornography offences and six counts of sexual harassment.
Center Party secretary Michael Arthursson commented on the announcement made by Federely saying, “Of course, we take this very seriously. These are truly heinous crimes for which this person is convicted. Fredrick Federley has been feeling bad for some time, which has escalated recently.”
Arthursson added that Federeley was seeking psychological help and has applied for sick leave.
I.e, in hiding and more to come out?
The conviction of Federeley’s former partner comes three years after a leading member of Pride Stockholm was fired after it emerged he had been convicted of raping a 13-year-old in 2011.
In 2019 another member of a Swedish gay pride movement was caught sending sexually explicit messages online to a person they thought was a 14-year-old boy. The account was actually being run at the time by undercover journalists.