Jimmy Savile, Edward Heath and the Kray twins
A 1977 prison report said: ‘Ronald Kray remains an active and predatory homosexual, and cares little who knows it.' Another report describes how Kray was found in bed with another inmate.
Reportedly, prison officers usually turned a blind eye to Kray's affairs. Reggie Kray's twin brother was Ronnie Kray , who was also a gangster and lover of boys.
The twins had huge property interests in East Anglia. Kray had access to many London care homes and would have boys delivered to parties at DJ Alan ” fluff” Freeman's large flat over a music shop in East London. There they would meet with show biz types and DJs including Jimmy Saville , Joe Meeks and on occasion Beatles manager Brian Epstein. The eastern crime squad knew about the Kray gangsters and the sex parties known as ” Pink ballets ” with young lads but let them continue
At these parties , young boys , specially brought over from several childrens homes would be plied with drugs and alcohol.
However these parties were forced to come to an end when Police chiefs got wind that the MP & Ex Liberal Party leader Jeremy Thorpe was attending them along with several other prominent MP's…
At a big London railway station in the spring of 1970, a plastic carrier bag was found in the regular search for bombs before the station closed for the night.
“The contents were an odd assortment of letters and photos, which seemed to have been taken at a kinky party attended by some well-known figures in entertainment.
“One in particular showed a pop singer who masquerades under a Christian persona; dressed in women's underwear he was pictured with young boys. (I will leave that to you, just who that famous pop singer could of been !)
“The bag was duly taken to the station office and, as a senior rail worker wrote out a report for the lost property office, two MI5 men and a special branch officer arrived and demanded the photos.”
Boothby was a promiscuous bisexual, in a time when male homosexual activity was a criminal offence. While an undergraduate at Magdalen College, Oxford, Boothby earned the nickname “the Palladium”, because “he was twice nightly”. He later spoke about the role of a speculated homosexual relationship in the drowning of his friend Michael Llewelyn Davies (one of the models for Peter Pan) and fellow Oxonian Rupert Buxton. He did not start to have physical relationships with women until the age of 25. From 1954 he campaigned publicly for homosexual law reform.
Lord Boothby, who was very close to Winston Churchill liked masochistic sex with rent boys and would often be known to use the Krays for procurement of young boys
In 1963 Boothby began an illicit affair with East End cat burglar Leslie Holt (d. 1979), a younger man he met at a gambling club. Holt introduced him to the gangster Ronald Kray , the younger Kray twin, who supplied Boothby with teenage boys and arranged orgies in Cedra Court, receiving personal favours from Boothby in return. Ron used similiar tactics with the boys as he did with Boothby. The boys were told to behave or else. And they certainly knew what else meant !
The Krays also came into the public eye when an exposé in the tabloid newspaper Sunday Mirror alleged that Ron had had a sexual relationship with Lord Boothby, a UK Conservative Party politician. Although no names were printed, when the twins threatened the journalists involved in the story and Boothby threatened to sue, the newspaper backed down, sacked its editor, printed an apology and paid Boothby £40,000 in an out-of-court settlement. As a result, other newspapers were unwilling to uncover the Krays ' connections, criminal and sexual activities.
Pictured in 1963 – Ronnie once said to a boy: “You will go home with Lord Boothby. You will do exactly what Lord Boothby wants. Or I will hurt you”
Kray biographer, John Pearson, writing in the Independent on Sunday, also claims that the Peer and the MP engaged in gay sex orgies with children and that Boothby had a fondness for boys defacating on him, and the Krays had a compromising photograph of Boothby and his memiors .
Similarly, when Tom Driberg , a Labour MP and KGB agent who wore fishnet stockings, got involved with the Krays , telling them ‘about the houses of rich friends they could burgle,' again the government suppressed any inquiry, as they didn't want to have to cope with the damaging revelations.
The media were further intimidated and silenced when Boothby and Driberg used the Krays ‘to turn anyone over who had crossed them'.
On notepaper carrying his address in Eaton Square, Belgravia, Lord Boothby wrote to Kray on June 6, 1963: ”Thank you for your postcard. I very nearly went to Jersey myself, as I have never been there, and hear from so many people that it is quite delightful.” In 1963 Jimmy Savile was also in Jersey
Is just a coincidence that there was a massive paedophile ring operation running out of the Haut de la Garenne childrens home at that very time ?
Sir Jimmy Savile has been implicated in the Haut de la Garenne child abuse scandal
One of those who stood most to lose was Sir Edward Heath, the former prime minister from 1970-74, who was known to visit the Jersey care home the Haute Garrene among others to take young boys on boating weekends on his yacht called ‘Morning Cloud', or as his bodyguards referred to it, ‘Morning Sickness'.
A source spoke to one of his victims and he said about others who were present, and more important, who was supplying the children to him. The person bringing children for him to abuse is Sir Jimmy Saville . He was seen by the witness, victim, taking young boys onboard Heaths yacht the morning cloud when they were at party conference. Allegedly Saville is known for supplying a number of high profile MP's with children for them to sexually abuse.
Heath was warned on 4 occasions by the head of the Metropolitan police not to loiter in London's lavatories and not to try to pick up young boys. Nonetheless, he quickly fell prone blackmailers who insisted he dress up in a ridiculous Gestapo uniform in which he was photographed.
Alan Collins, a solicitor for several Haut de la Garenne victims, said ‘a handful' of former residents have now made abuse allegations about Savile . He said Savile's name was mentioned several times during the police investigation of 2008 but the evidence did not seem to stack up at the time.
Police on the island confirmed last week (October 2012) that Savile was investigated as part of the 2008 inquiry into abuse at the children's home.
It followed claims from a former Haut de la Garenne resident that Savile was involved in an indecent assault in the 1970s. The BBC entertainer, who died last October aged 84, was never charged with any abuse offences.
Jimmy Savile , star of children's television favourite Jim'll Fix It , sued the Sun in 2008 over a series of articles linking him to Haut de la Garenne , the Jersey children's home where human remains were found and children were allegedly tortured and sexually abused. He initially denied ever visiting the home, despite photographic evidence to the contrary. Savile's reaction was to slap an injunction on The Sun who had to withdraw the picture. This was followed with a series of articles. One asserted that Savile was unwilling to assist with the police investigation and another that he admitted having visited the home. The Sun also criticised Savile for being unprepared to ‘go some way to fixing it for the victims'.