In August 2004 Elfyn Llwyd joined fellow Plaid MP Adam Price in a campaign to impeach Miranda over the alleged misleading of Parliament and for allegedly making a secret agreement with George Dubya Bush to overthrow Saddam Hussein, amongst other charges. Llwyd and the then SNP group leader Alex Salmon co-drafted the motion. If successful, it could have seen Miranda tried before the Lords; however, as expected, the measure failed. Not that it would have mattered if Miranda had been tried before the Lords, take a look at what Miranda did in his early years as PM: he stuffed the Lords full of People’s Peers and others who had played a major role in concealing the Westminster Paedophile Ring and the branch of it run by Dafydd and Gwynedd. Such as Baroness Patricia Scotland, who, while Cunningly Disguised as a Black Woman Barrister, represented the Welsh Office at the Waterhouse Inquiry and tore people to shreds who told the Inquiry that as kids in care they had been gang raped and used for child porn. See posts ‘‘Baroness Patricia Scotland QC Was On Board As Well!’ and ‘More On Baroness Patricia Scotland QC – And Her Very Sleazy Friends’ and ‘Even More About Baroness Patricia Scotland QC’.
As for Saddam Hussein, I can remember him from the first time around. In the aftermath of Saddam Hussein’s invasion of Kuwait, there was a Vincent Kane show broadcast in Wales and the Monarchy was being discussed. Patient F and I were watching and for once Dafydd wasn’t on that Kane programme, but a daft old bag of a Councillor from Caernarfon was, the woman responsible for Social Services no less. At one point she stopped the discussion and said to Kane ‘I just want to ask, who would you rather have, the Queen Mother or Saddam Hussein?’ We pissed ourselves laughing on the grounds of ‘Is that the only choice?’ and then marvelled that this silly old bat was responsible for Social Services, no wonder we kept being arrested because those lying bastards had perjured themselves again.
After that Kane show, F enjoyed himself by going around Bethesda and Bangor and asking people ‘Who would you rather have, the Queen Mother or Saddam Hussein?’ One of those people was a man with a sense of humour who said ‘Saddam Hussein of course’. That particular man was one of ‘Dafydd’s addict patients’ and although F would stop and chat if he saw him in Bangor, F didn’t socialise with him because this man was rather sleazy, was violent and mistreated his female partners. F used to tell me why; this man’s father was ‘an absolute bastard’ of a prison officer who had ‘abused the whole family’. Furthermore when this man was 16, he had been offered money in return for sex by George Melly, who was staying over in Bangor after a performance at Theatre Gwynedd. The man said no, but F was sufficiently outraged by George Melly’s conduct to have told people what Melly had done in Bangor. As F noted, someone was saying yes to George Melly, even if the prison officer’s son who later developed drug problems and was Referred To Dafydd said no. That man didn’t give evidence at the Waterhouse Inquiry. I can only imagine what Baroness Patsy would have said to him if he had.
George Melly had a country retreat in the Brecon/Abergavenny area, 1971-99 and media interviews would often refer to George’s ‘bisexuality’ and ‘open marriage’, but not to his penchant for underaged boys. Melly was also the Face Of An Advertising Campaign at one point to promote Birmingham as a nice destination to visit. Dafydd’s mate Prof Robert Bluglass ran Birmingham’s NHS and kids in care from Birmingham were sent to children’s homes in north Wales.
One of the advisers to the Waterhouse Inquiry was Adrianne Jones, the former Director of Social Services of the City of Birmingham. Adrianne retired to Abergavenny. Adrianne was a ‘social work adviser’ and involved herself with many children’s charidees. See previous posts.
George Melly was from a high profile Liverpool family and went to Stowe School, where he had a gay relationship with Peregrine Worsthorne, who spent years as the Deputy Editor and then served as the Editor of the Sunday Torygraph, 1986-91. Sir Anthony Barrowclough, the Parliamentary and Health Service Ombudsman who covered up a mountain of crap re Dafydd and the gang, including their criminality relating to me between 1985 and 1989, was at Stowe School with Melly and Perry. See post ‘The Naked Civil Servants’.
The Editor Of ‘The Sunday Telegraph’:
Perry left ‘The Sunday Torygraph’ after years of faithful service in 1997. The year that Ronnie Waterhouse opened the Waterhouse Inquiry.
Another adviser to the Waterhouse Inquiry was Sir Ron Hadfield, Chief Constable of the West Midlands Police, June 1990-July 1996. Ron retired from the West Midlands Police straight into a job as Ronnie’s Inquiry’s adviser, in particular to advise on the questioning of witnesses. It was Sir Ron wot Cleaned Up The Rot in the West Midlands force. Sir Ron’s findings re the fitting up of the Birmingham Six by the West Midlands Serious Crime Squad are not available to be viewed by anyone for many decades, as a result of a security measure imposed on the file by DPP Mrs Mills. See previous posts. The West Midlands Serious Crime Squad was notorious for its corruption and was disbanded when so many of the convictions secured as a result of their handiwork were overturned. They framed people from north Wales, including Ali Khan from Caernarfon. He was awarded compensation as a result and shortly after, Ali Khan was arrested, convicted and imprisoned again. He maintains that this was yet another set-up as a punishment beating for daring to win against the police, but I don’t know the details of the case.
The Birmingham Six case caused a stir because everyone involved in the investigation and conviction were demonstrated to have been endemically corrupt, including the Home Office forensic scientists. Adrian Bell, one of the lecturers in the Dept Plant Biology at UCNW, used to work as a forensic scientist for the Home Office. He told the students that he left because the service was so corrupt. Adrian was my tutor when I was at UCNW and it was he who refused to respond when I told him that Brown, who was a student at Aston University in Birmingham at the time, had received death threats and was eventually been visited in hall by the man who sent them, held hostage while the man trashed Brown’s room with a swordstick and told Brown that he’d be back. Adrian then refused to answer the office door to me and ordered me to go to the Student Health Centre, to see the dreadful Dr D.G.E. Wood, one of Dafydd’s gang, who was married to a senior lecturer in the Dept of Plant Biology. Wood too ignored what had happened to Brown.
I didn’t know at the time, but one other lecturer in Plant Biology was married to a Gwynedd social worker who was a member of the gang and Prof Greig-Smith in the Dept of Plant Biology knew Prof Edred Henry Corner, the Cambridge botanist who was Douglas Hurd’s uncle. Hurd was Home Secretary, 1985-89, while the gang were in hot pursuit of Brown, me and our friends. Hurd was appointed Home Secretary in Sept 1985, which was approx two weeks after I contacted Keith Best, the Tory MP for Anglesey, about the mental health services in north Wales. Best was a Welsh Office Minister and Of Dafydd’s gang, but I didn’t know that at the time. I subsequently obtained info that suggested Tony Francis contacted Best himself, as soon as he thought that I was going to make a complaint…
There were numerous other links between the gang and the UCNW Dept of Plant Biology. See post ‘Additional Security Measures’. Hurd went to Eton, where his favourite teacher was Alan Barker and Hurd remained a good friend of Barker until Barker died. As a favour to Barker, when Hurd was in Gov’t, he gave Barker’s wife Trumpers – Baroness Jean Trumpington – a job with the UN. See post ’95 Glorious Years!’ Trumpers was a disaster at the UN but that didn’t stop Thatch, a friend of Trumpers, appointing her as a junior Health Minister, March 1985-June 87. I had the sudden and unexpected first confrontation with Tony Francis in March 1985; it was him lying to me and then lying again when I tried to clarify matters that led to the bigger bust up and me going to Keith Best. At the DoH, Trumpers appointed her friend Jimmy Savile to the management task force of Broadmoor Hospital, which enabled Savile to become General Manager of Broadmoor soon after. See posts ‘Socio-Political Context Of The North Wales Mental Health Services In The 1980s’ and ‘A Pretty Classy Piece Of Operation’.
In the 1990s, an utterly lame Independent Advocacy Association was established for Empowered Service Users in Gwynedd. See previous posts. It was funded by the NHS and Gwynedd County Council and the Independent Advocates were told not to support patients making serious complaints. All the Independent Advocates except for the two women who were in the senior paid positions were Empowered Service Users who were dependent upon the ‘services’ for their care and benefits and were terrified of the gang. One of the paid senior people was a woman called Marilyn and although overbearing, she too would not challenge the gang, even in the case of deaths. Marilyn’s partner was an Empowered Service User and she subsequently killed herself. Marilyn had a breakdown and left Bangor. She had been given a job as a Wimmin’s Advocate at Broadmoor.
In the late 1980s, a charidee to Help Wimmin in the secure hospitals was established, WISH, ‘Women In Special Hospitals’. WISH knew about Jimmy Savile and said nothing; they also knew about Dafydd and the gang and said nothing and they knew that the special hospitals were teaming with women who had been abused in care and abused again in the psychiatric system. Helena Kennedy was involved with WISH. See post ‘Close Your Eyes and Make A WISH’.
Helena was a member of Tooks Court Chambers with Michael Mansfield QC. I wrote to Mansfield in 1993, telling him of the abuses of Gwynedd Social Services. I received a one line reply. One of St Helena’s books contained an acknowledgement to Professor Nigel Eastman of St George’s Hospital Medical School, thanking him for helping her on so many cases. See post ‘Eve Was Framed – As Were A Lot Of Other People’. Eastman was one of those at St George’s who was colluding with the Westminster Paedophile Ring and was in direct contact with Dafydd’s gang. See previous posts eg. ‘Some Very Eminent Psychiatrists From London…’
The Birmingham representative of Dafydd’s gang went after Brown in 1983. That was the year in which George Thomas was given an hereditary Viscountcy by Thatch; it was pointless because Thomas was a gay paedophile with no heirs, so the title died with him in Sept 1997, while Ronnie Waterhouse et al were insulting those witnesses at the Inquiry. Dafydd and Francis’s friend Kenneth Rawnsley was married to child psychiatrist Dr Elinor Kapp, who was a founding Director of one of George Thomas’s medical charidees in Cardiff. See post ‘The Discovery Of A Whole New Galaxy…’ For years, Sir William Asscher was the Top Doc at the top of the pyramid, in Cardiff University, keeping the lid on the shenanigans in Wales, including those of George Thomas. After Ollie Brooke was jailed, the Dean of St George’s was deposed. He was replaced by Asscher, who was headhunted for the job of running the HQ of the Westminster Paedophile Ring.
George Thomas died on Sept 22 1997. Diana went into that tunnel on 31 Aug 1997.
I have mentioned in previous posts and comments that I am certain that something big happened at UCNW in 1982-83, involving Gwynne the lobotomist which was why they were all so awful when the gang came after Brown and me and why WW III was declared after we complained about Gwynne in 1984, but I have no idea what it was.
Carlo was Chancellor of UCNW throughout all this.
Who would you rather have, the Queen Mother or Saddam Hussein?
Ooh can we have Carlo instead please, a Modern Royal?
Trinity College Cambridge Days:
As for that daft Gwynedd County Councillor who believed that the only possible choices for Head of State were the Queen Mum or Saddam Hussein, she starred in ‘Private Eye’ not long after she starred on the Kane Debates. It was reported that she had been involved in trolleys at dawn with another Councillor in Morrisons in Caernarfon, but there was never an explanation for the punch-up. It was Gwynedd County Council, it will have been the usual scrapping between equally guilty people over something far more trivial than the gang rape and murder of Dafydd’s victims.
The son of a Top Doc who was part of the gang who worked at the C&A Hospital in Bangor in Gwynne’s heyday always maintained that Carlo was ‘AC/DC’ and ‘everyone knew it’. Well those at Trinity College, Cambridge and the members of Dafydd’s gang did. Trumpers was friends with Rab Butler, the then Master of Trinity College Cambridge. See previous posts.
Elfyn Llwyd had previous where tabling Early Day Motions was concerned. In May 1992, Llwyd tabled an EDM opposing the closure of Garth Angharad, a ‘hospital for mentally abnormal criminals’ near Dolgellau, on the grounds that there were no other such facilities in Wales. It was bad enough that there was that one. Garth Angharad was not a hospital, it was a building owned by a now struck off solicitor called Paul Hett, which served as a prison for victims of Dafydd’s gang. Hett had also owned/managed three residential school/children’s homes where children were abused. See posts ‘‘More On Those Prisons For Folk Who Dared Complain’, ‘Further Information On Garth Angharad Hospital’ and ‘More On Those Who Signed That Early Day Motion’.
Anyone for a Party Ring?
Rhodri Morgan, Edwina’s Boss: One Stupid Old Git Who’s Wife Julie Worked As A Social Worker And Was Deputy Director of Barnardo’s While Barnardo’s Staff Were Involved In Organised Abuse.
Around lunchtime on Sunday, 5 October 1975, Lesley was asked by her mother to go to a local shop to buy bread and air-freshener. Lesley was last seen by witnesses in secluded Stiups Lane, but she never returned home. Concerned, her mother sent her sister, then her brother, to find her, and her step-father also joined the search. By 3:00 pm, however, no sign of Lesley had been found and no evidence given that she had made it to the shops and the Rochdale Police were contacted.
A search was immediately begun. Molseed’s body was found three days later on 8 October, near Rishworth Moor in West Yorkshire. She had been stabbed 12 times in the upper shoulder and back. Some of the wounds were very deep and one had penetrated her heart. There were no defensive wounds and a time of death could not be calculated. None of her clothing or possessions were disturbed but the money was missing and someone had ejaculated on her clothing and underwear. Other evidence collected by forensics included foreign fibres, traces of dry wallpaper paste and 379 other objects in the vicinity.
At the time of the hunt, four teenage girls, Maxine Buckley, Catherine Burke, Debbie Brown and Pamela Hind, claimed that Stefan Kiszko had indecently exposed himself to them the day before the murder. One of them also said he had exposed himself to her a month after the murder and that he had been stalking her for some time previous to that. Kiszko was then a 23-year-old local tax clerk of Eastern European descent. West Yorkshire Police quickly formed the view that Kiszko fitted their profile of the murderer. Stefan had never been in trouble with the law and had no social life beyond his mother and aunt. Kiszko had a mental and emotional age of 12. Kiszko also had a hobby of writing down registration numbers of cars that annoyed him, which supported police suspicions. The police pursued evidence which might incriminate him and ignored other leads that might have taken them in other directions.
Acting upon the teenage girls’ information and their suspicions of Kiszko’s idiosyncratic lifestyle, the police arrested him on 21 December 1975. During questioning, the interviewing detectives seized upon every apparent inconsistency between his varying accounts of the relevant days as further demonstration of his likely guilt. Kiszko confessed to the crime after three days of intensive questioning: he believed that by doing so he would be allowed to go home and that the ensuing investigations would prove him innocent and his confession false. Prior to the PACE Act 1984, suspects did not have the right to have a solicitor present during interviews and the police did not ask Kiszko if he wanted one. His request to have his mother present while he was being questioned was refused and the police did not caution him until long after they had decided he was the only suspect.
After admitting to the murder to police, Kiszko was charged with Molseed’s murder on Dec 24 1975. Later, in the presence of a solicitor, Kiszko retracted his confession. Kiszko was remanded until his murder trial, which began on 7 July 1976 under Sir Hugh Park at Leeds Crown Court (then at Leeds Town Hall). He was defended by David Waddington QC, who later became Home Secretary. The prosecuting QC was Peter Taylor, who became Lord Chief Justice the day after Kiszko was cleared of the murder in 1992.
Kiszko’s defence team led by Waddington made significant mistakes. They did not seek an adjournment when the Crown delivered thousands of pages of additional unused material on the first morning of the trial. The inconsistent defence of diminished responsibility on the grounds that the testosterone he was receiving for his hypogonadism might have made him behave unusually, was never authorised by Stefan. His endocrinologist strongly disagreed with this theory and if called to testify would have said that Stefan’s treatment could not have caused him to act in such a way that would make him carry out a murder. He was never called.
The manslaughter claim undermined Kiszko’s claims that he was totally innocent and destroyed his alibis (a defence known in legal parlance as ‘riding two horses’). I have only ever heard the ‘riding two horses’ expression once; one of the solicitors in Bangor who represented me when the gang took me to Court yet again used it in relation to something that Tony Francis had done in Court, but I can’t remember the exact circumstances. I didn’t realise that it was a legal expression, I thought that it was just an unusual colloquialism that the solicitor used, such as ‘having your cake and eating it’. I’m fairly sure that the lawyer who used the phrase was Meleri Tudor, who was at the time a junior in Alwyn Jones’s firm. Alwyn’s wife was married to a lawyer employed by Gwynedd County Council and it is only very recently that I’ve been given info that Meleri and Alwyn were Of Dafydd’s gang but put on a very convincing front for me.
I always got on well with Meleri and Alwyn, but I did wonder why the gang didn’t stuff them over for acting for me. The only weird thing that I noticed throughout the years that they acted for me was that on every occasion – and there were many – when perjury, forgery and the planting of evidence had become obvious, they never ever followed it up. The case just collapsed once more and we all went home. Brown asked Alwyn on one occasion if he could bring charges of perjury and Alwyn said that it would not be possible because the statement made to the police by a junior doctor that we could demonstrate was a pack of lies had not been sworn into Court on that occasion. Yet on the following occasions, the lies were sworn on oath in the witness box, in front of Alwyn and Meleri. I was puzzled but because so much serious wrongdoing was evident and I was on legal aid, I just thought that they could only follow up the basics and couldn’t go off in hot pursuit, although it was obvious that massive corruption was involved and I was very lucky not to have been imprisoned for years on some occasions.
Stefan’s innocence could have been demonstrated at the trial. The pathologist who examined Lesley’s clothes found traces of sperm, whereas the sample taken from Kiszko by the police contained no sperm. There was medical evidence that Kiszko had broken his ankle some months before the murder and, in view of that and his being overweight, he would have found it difficult to get to the murder spot because it was up a steep slope. The sperm findings were suppressed by the police and never disclosed to the defence team or the jury; neither was the medical evidence of Stefan’s broken ankle disclosed to the court.
Kiszko gave evidence that in July 1975 he had become ill and had been admitted to Birch Hill Hospital, where he was given a blood transfusion. In August, Stefan was transferred to a Manchester hospital and diagnosed as being anaemic and as having a hormone deficiency. He agreed to injections to rectify the latter problem and was discharged in September 1975. Stefan said correctly that he had never met Molseed and therefore could not have murdered her and he claimed he was with his aunt tending to his father’s grave in Halifax at the time of the murder before visiting a garden centre and then going home. When asked why he had confessed, Kiszko replied, “I started to tell these lies and they seemed to please them and the pressure was off as far as I was concerned. I thought if I admitted what I did to the police they would check out what I had said, find it untrue and would then let me go”. Which a great many people have said was their rationale for admitting to a load of nonsense after their name had been cleared years later.
Stefan’s conviction was secured by a 10–2 majority verdict after five hours and 35 minutes’ deliberation. Sir Hugh Park praised the three girls who had made the exposure claims, Buckley in particular, for their “bravery and honesty” in giving evidence in court and their “sharp observations”. Pamela Hind’s evidence was read out in court. Park said that Buckley’s “[s]harp eyes set this train of inquiry into motion”. He also praised the police officers involved in the case “for their great skill in bringing to justice the person responsible for this dreadful crime and their expertise in sifting through masses of material”, adding, “I would like all the officers responsible for the result to be specially commended and these observations conveyed to the Chief Constable”. DS John Akeroyd and DSupt Holland were singled out for praise.
Sheila Buckley, whose daughter Maxine played a major part in securing Kiszko’s conviction, criticised the police for not arresting him earlier and told the ‘Manchester Evening News’ that “…children are a lot safer now this monster has been put away”. She also demanded Kiszko’s hanging. Even Albert Wright, Kiszko’s solicitor, thought that his client was guilty but that it was a case of diminished responsibility and that therefore he should not have been convicted outright of murder.
After a month in HMP Armley, Kiszko was transferred to HMP Wakefield and as a sex offender was immediately placed on Rule 43 to protect him from other inmates. Kiszko launched an appeal, but it was dismissed on 25 May 1978, when Lord Justice Bridge said “We can find no grounds whatsoever to condemn the jury’s verdict of murder as in any way unsafe or unsatisfactory. The appeal is dismissed”.
After his conviction Kiszko was bitterly detested by the majority of inmates, receiving several death threats. He was physically attacked four times. The first time on 24 August 1976, in HMP Wakefield, where five prisoners who attacked him, cutting his mouth and injuring his leg and ankle. On 11 May 1977 Stefan was hit over the head with a mop handle, leaving Kiszko in need of three stitches to a head wound. The next attack came 19 months later, in December 1978, when Stefan was punched once in the face by another prisoner in an unprovoked attack, whilst in the prison chapel.
From 1979 onwards, Kiszko ‘developed schizophrenia whilst in prison and began to suffer from delusions, one being that he was the victim of a plot to incarcerate an innocent tax-office employee so the effects of imprisonment would be tested on him’. He was almost correct wasn’t he. Over the next decade any of Kiszko’s claims of innocence were labelled as symptoms of his schizophrenic delusions, or attributed to his being in a state of denial. One Top Doctor made a note of Kiszko suffering from “delusions of innocence”.
In March 1981 Stefan was punched in the face in another unprovoked attack, but this time he fought back. The two prisoners had to be separated by guards and both were given a loss of privileges for 28 days. The attacks on Kiszko earned him little sympathy, among either other prisoners or guards, because of the crime for which he had been jailed. During Kiszko’s remaining 11 years in prison, for much of the time he was in the hospital wing of prisons. When he was not, he was placed among less violent offenders.
On 11 November 1981, Kiszko was transferred to HMP Gloucester. In April 1983 he was told that he would only ever be eligible for parole if he admitted to having carried out Lesley’s murder. If he did not admit it, he would spend the rest of his natural life behind bars. This made no difference to Kiszko’s stance. This is common among people who are eventually cleared after years in prison following a wrongful conviction. They don’t tell lies, so they maintain that they are innocent and that is that. It is the villains who do the deals to get reduced jail terms, not the people whom the Top Doctors et al have fitted up, as any fule kno.
Thirteen months later, Stefan was moved to HMP Bristol. Such was his mental deterioration that a month later, in June 1984, it was recommended by a Top Doc that he should be moved to either Broadmoor, Park Lane/Moss Side Hospital (a merger of the two formed Ashworth Hospital, Liverpool) or Rampton, but nothing came of it. Six months later, in December 1984, Kiszko was returned to Wakefield Prison.
When I was in the North Wales Hospital, Denbigh, I was violently assaulted by a particularly foul Angel, Steven Rose. Rose was just a thug and he was one of the people about whom I made a formal complaint. The hospital replied telling me that I was mad, OF COURSE this hadn’t happened. So I replied supplying even more details, along with the name of a patient who had tried to intervene to protect me – Stephen Bagnall, the young man from the children’s homes in north Wales who died at the hands of those bastards, probably some time in 1987. See post ‘Hey, Hey DAJ, How Many Kids Did You Kill Today?’ I received a letter telling me that the other Angels had witnessed the incident and Rose’s behaviour had been ‘professional at all times’. Just to be on the safe side, Rose was no longer working at Denbigh; he had been transferred to Park Lane…
In August 1987 Stefan was transferred again from Wakefield to Grendon Underwood Prison, where, in June 1988, the prison governor tried to persuade Kiszko to enrol on a sex offenders’ treatment programme, in which he would have had to admit having committed the rape and murder of Molseed. Having done that, Stefan would then have to discuss what motivated him to kill Lesley. Kiszko refused to take part and repeatedly and persistently refused to “address his offending behaviour” on the grounds that he had done nothing that needed addressing. He was left in Grendon Underwood in May 1989, when he was moved back to Wakefield Prison.
The sex offenders’ programmes which involve the sex offenders ‘addressing their offending behaviour’ are certainly interesting. Young men still in their teens who have had sex with their long-term girlfriends who were just a few weeks short of the 16th birthdays may end up discussing their offending behaviour in a group of people which includes middle-aged men who have raped 6 year old children. The serious sex offenders frequently use the discussions of the offending behaviour of others who are also serious sex offenders as masturbatory material. I rather got the impression that all the ‘counselling’ on offer to female patients in north Wales was used for this purpose.
There was a reason why Dafydd’s sex therapy clinics were so popular. There was also a reason why ‘sex therapy’ was being offered to virtually every female patient passing through the mental health services in north Wales even those who had firmly said that they had no wish to discuss such matters, yet there was no ‘counselling for psycho-sexual problems’ available at all in north Wales for men, no matter how seriously distressed they were.
In July 1990 Stefan said said he was striking out a ghost who was trying to sexually abuse him. Finally, on 15 March 1991, Kiszko was transferred to Ashworth under Section 47 of the Mental Health Act 1983 – the Act was written by Dafydd’s mate Professor Robert Bluglass – after six months of delay, on the grounds of Stefan’s deteriorating mental health.
In the summer of 1989, while I sat in a London Medical School and got on with my work, without my knowledge, a case conference was held about me in north Wales, at the behest of Tony Francis, by Francis’s mate Dr Chris Hunter. I had never heard of Hunter until some three years ago when I finally received the documentation relating to this case conference. People of whom I never heard gave evidence about me at the case conference. Chris Hunter concluded that I was dangerous, homicidal and should be in a high security hospital. Hunter offered to compile a Court Report about me. I was not facing any charges at the time. Although I was before long, because Francis et al made yet more complaints about me to the police, perjuring themselves in the process. The case conference was held at Garth Angharad, while Hunter was there seeing one of his ‘patients’. See post ‘The Night Of The (Dr Chris) Hunter’. Hunter worked at Ashworth and at the Caswell Clinic in south Wales. See previous posts. Elfyn Llwyd probably wanted Garth Angharad kept open especially for me.
During the 1990s there were two Inquiries into the serious abuse of patients at Ashworth. The first Inquiry was Chaired by Louis Blom-Cooper QC who expressed his horror at what had been happening at Ashworth. Yet Blom-Cooper knew all about it and had colluded with it before he Chaired that Inquiry, because he served as Chairman of the Mental Health Act Commission, 1987-94, while the MHAC ignored serious complaints about Ashworth and were also involved in the conspiracy to frame and imprison me in July 1987. The CEO of the MHAC, 1990-2000, was William Bingley, Dafydd’s friend who had previously been Legal Director of MIND, during which time he colluded with the crimes of Dafydd’s gang. William’s mother Lady Juliet Bingley was a friend of Richard Crossman’s and of Dafydd’s who became involved with MIND (then called the National Association for Mental Health) during the mid-1960s and served as Chairman, 1979-84. See previous posts.
Lady Juliet Bingley’s father was Reginald Vick, a surgeon at Bart’s who was networked into Dafydd’s gang when it was actually Gwynne’s gang, before Dafydd had got as far as qualifying as a Top Doc. Lady Bingley’s husband was Admiral Sir Alec Bingley, who served in the Royal Navy with Lord Louis Mountbatten and also knew about the gay spies in the Admiralty (see post ‘The Defence Of The Realm’). Sir Alec was Commander of the Mediterranean Fleet and NATO Commander Allied Forces Mediterranean in 1959 and then Commander-in-Chief and Allied Commander-in-Chief, Channel in 1961; Bingley retired in 1963. After Sir Alec’s death in 1972, Lady Juliet decided that her future lay working with MIND.
Lady Juliet and Richard Crossman were both friends of Dom Mintoff, who served as PM of Malta, 1955-58 and 1971-84. Crossman’s ‘Diaries’ openly admitted that Dom Mintoff was a member of the Maltese Mafia as were Mintoff’s friends with whom Crossman hung out. See post ‘The Naked Civil Servants’. After Operation Pallial re-opened the investigation into the North Wales Child Abuse Scandal in 2011, some of those eventually convicted were found to be living in Malta and were extradited to the UK.
Lord Denning’s brother Vice-Admiral Sir Norman Denning was was a Royal Naval and Intelligence Officer at the Admiralty and Defence Intelligence Staff who served as Director of Naval Planning, 1945-56, Director of Naval Intelligence, 1960-64 and Deputy Chief of the Defence Staff for Intelligence, 1964-65. Denning was a prominent figure in naval and military intelligence and held many senior ranking staff positions before and after WW II.
Lord Denning became notorious for his Report on the Profumo Affair, which was perceived as a huge cover-up. An early incarnation of Dafydd’s gang played a role in the Profumo Affair. See post ‘Those Who Are Ready To Serve’. Lord Astor’s wife at the time was Bronwen, who’s father was Sir Alun Pugh, a judge who had grown up in Carmarthenshire.
Bronwen was brought up in Hampstead, but she went to boarding school in Dolgellau, the town in which Ioan Bowen Rees grew up, where his father, a UCNW graduate, was a teacher in the town’s grammar school. Ioan’s mother was also a UCNW graduate, one of the first women to graduate in Wales. After the Profumo Affair, Bronwen was frozen out of polite English aristocratic society and was accused of being a Welsh slapper who had set out to bag a rich Englishman. The Astor family owned ‘The Observer’ and during the Profumo Affair, David Astor went to lengths to ensure that his family were portrayed in the most positive way possible. See post ‘In Memoriam – Bronwen, Lady Astor’.
Nora Beloff was a reporter on ‘The Observer’ and the sister of Lord Max Beloff, who was a friend of Ioan Bowen Rees in adulthood, as well as of Thatcher. Max Beloff was one of those behind the establishment of the University of Buckingham. The person who proposed the idea which led to the University of Buckingham was Top Doctor John W. Paulley. Paulley carried out dangerous unethical experiments on his patients and his wife Deirdre ran a counselling service for ‘disturbed’ people. See post ‘The International Language of Screaming’. The Paulleys were based near Ipswich, which was where John Allen was based until he went into business with Dafydd in north Wales in the late 1960s. George Melly was the film and TV critic for ‘The Observer’, 1965-73.
Dingle Foot, the elder brother of Michael Foot, served as the Labour MP for Ipswich, 1957-70. Dingle Foot was Solicitor General, 1964-67. The whole extended Foot family colluded with the Westminster Paedophile Ring and there is evidence that when he was younger, Michael Foot was part of the Westminster Paedophile Ring himself. See eg. ‘The Bay Of Pigs Invasion’.
The family seat of the Herveys is near Ipswich. John Jermyn Hervey aka Lord Bristol was famously excessive in terms of class A drugs and rent boys and died in middle age after developing numerous health problems, including AIDS. Lord Bristol found some very helpful Top Doctors to keep him out of prison for a long while before the Courts felt obliged to jail him after he was given the option once more of a private clinic rather than prison but after snorting coke in Court he buggered off to Europe instead of making his way to the private clinic. Much more of a conundrum was the death of Lord Bristol’s brother Nicholas Hervey, after the death of Lord Bristol and while Nicholas was still in his 30s.
Nicholas was close to John Jermyn and knew the source of the drugs and rent boys and info re his associates, but he didn’t live anything like Lord Bristol’s existence himself. Nicholas was conservative, studious and hard working, the ‘sensible one’. After a stressful period as a young man, he found himself diagnosed with schizophrenia and was Helped. Nicholas never looked back and spent a number of years living a life that would be familiar to Empowered Service Users in north Wales, was forced into the bankruptcy courts by his mother – inexplicably because it was totally unnecessary – and was later found hanging dead in his Chelsea flat. Suicide after years of Suffering.
Nicholas certainly did Suffer and he could have killed himself, but then so many witnesses to Dafydd’s gang decided to kill themselves by hanging as well, often from places where one would have thought that they would not have chosen to hang themselves. However Nicholas died, whoever was flogging his brother all those drugs and supplying the rent boys must have been relieved with both witnesses dead. See post ‘The Vermin Club’.
Trumpers stated in her autobiography that she too partied at Cliveden at the time of Profumo and that the Royals were guests, including Lilibet, at the same time as the call girls were staying there. See previous posts.
Norman Denning’s brother Lord Alfred ‘Tom’ Denning was called to the Bar in 1923 and became a King’s Counsel in 1938. Denning became a High Court judge in 1944. He was made a Lord Justice of Appeal in 1948. Denning became a Lord of Appeal in Ordinary in 1957 and after five years in the Lords, returned to the Court of Appeal as Master of the Rolls in 1962, a position that he held until 1982.
In 1980, Lord Denning upheld an appeal by the West Midlands Police against a civil action brought by the Birmingham Six for injuries that they received in custody. Denning said in his judgement that the consequences for the English legal system of accepting that police officers were lying would be “an appalling vista”, thus the Birmingham Six could not be allowed to win the case.
Lord Denning was a member of Lincoln’s Inn, as is Cherie. When I was very young I lived near Lord Denning and used to play with his dog. When I first met D.G.E. Wood and Tony Francis, they enquired a few times about that period of my life but all casual like. I couldn’t understand why at the time but I think I know now why they were interested to know what I remembered about those years.
Lord Denning appeared in an episode of ‘Jim’ll Fix It’ helping to grant a 13 year old girl’s wish to be a barrister for a day. By the time that he did that Denning knew that Savile was a serious, prolific sex offender and once Lord Denning had appeared on TV helping old Savile out, no-one was going to touch Savile because what would have happened to poor old Denning’s reputation if they did?
The MHAC were part of the conspiracy in the summer of 1987 between Dafydd, Tony Francis, Clwyd and Gwynedd Health Authorities, Risley Remand Centre, Alwyn Jones and at least some members of the North Wales Police to frame and imprison me for ‘attempting to stab a doctor’. Louis Blom-Cooper QC was Chair of the MHAC at the time. See eg. ‘Hey, Hey, DAJ, How Many Kids Did You Kill Today?’
Although Blom-Cooper recommended in his Report after Chairing the first Inquiry into Ashworth that Ashworth should be closed, it wasn’t and there was another Inquiry just a few years later, Chaired by Peter Fallon QC. The Fallon Inquiry was into Lawrence Ward, the ‘Personality Disorder Unit’ at Ashworth, a ‘therapeutic unit’ established and run by Dr Chris Hunter. Part of the Fallon Inquiry involved an investigation into the death of a patient who had been murdered by the Angels. The member of the Fallon panel who was responsible for investigating the murder was one Professor Robert Bluglass. To assist him, Bluglass selected a senior Angel from the Reaside Clinic in Birmingham, of which he was the Clinical Director and er a senior Angel of Dafydd’s from Clwyd Health Authority. See post ‘Security, Security’.
In 1991, because Gwynedd Health Authority had refused to treat me, my solicitor Alwyn Jones established an agreement with Gwynedd Health Authority under which they would fund private appointments with a Top Doc outside of Gwynedd. Alwyn recruited Dr David Mawson, who had just left the employment of Ashworth, in the wake of the first patient abuse scandal. I found Dr Mawson very chatty and pleasant and I did of course know about the havoc at Ashworth; Dr Mawson told me that it was caused by the POA, the union to which all the Angels belonged. The POA were indeed bloody dreadful, but the reason why they were raping and beating patients was that the Top Docs and clinical psychiatrists who ran the institution were also running a paedophile ring and were banging their victims up in there.
The Fallon Inquiry revealed the most appalling practices on Lawrence Ward at Ashworth. Huge quantities of child porn was found on the wards and a child in the care of Bradford Social Services had been taken into the Personality Disorder Unit, ‘to visit a paedophile’. The Fallon Report caused an even bigger scandal that Louis Blom-Cooper’s Report did, but everything was attributed to the Dangerous Mental Cases locked up in Ashworth. The MP who sparked off the Fallon Inquiry was Alice Mahon, the Labour MP for Halifax. Alice was appalled to hear of the way in which Dangerous Nutters had been allowed to Run The Hospital – as confirmed by Bluglass et al – and Alice demanded that the Nutters should be Clamped Down Upon. Alice should have known, she was a former Angel who Supported The NHS. See previous posts.
Dr Mawson was of course part of the ring, although I found him far more pleasant than Dafydd et al. As with Ron Evans, the gang subsequently turned on Dr Mawson but I don’t know why. Dr Mawson spent some time working at Broadmoor and was then removed from the Medical Register. I have been told that it was something to do with me. It must have been because he wasn’t as grossly abusive as the others and instead said that I mad but not dangerous and that Gwynedd Health Authority had no reason not to treat me. See post ‘Doctors Who Disappeared From The Medical Register’.
Mental health professionals training and working in north Wales did their forensic training at Ashworth. Professors Richard Bentall and Catherine Robinson and Catherine’s ex-husband John Bailey all worked at Ashworth.
Stefan Kiszko’s mother continued to profess her son’s innocence throughout the time that he was incarcerated but was ignored and stonewalled both by politicians, including her local MP Cyril Smith and PMs Jim Callaghan and Thatch, as well as by the legal system.
In 1984 Stefan’s mum contacted JUSTICE, which at the time investigated many miscarriages of justice. Three years later, Stefan’s mum was put in touch with solicitor Campbell Malone.
Malone consulted Philip Clegg, who had been Waddington’s junior at the July 1976 trial. Clegg had expressed his own doubts about the confession and conviction at the time and over the next two years, Clegg and Malone prepared a petition to the Home Secretary. The draft was finally ready to be sent on 26 October 1989. On the same day David Waddington was appointed Home Secretary. Sixteen months passed before a police investigation into the conduct of the original trial began. Waddington resigned as Home Secretary in November 1990 to take up a peerage and to serve as Leader of the Lords.
My post ‘The Bitterest Pill’ details the repeated High Court cases that Dafydd’s gang brought against me during 1990. On every occasion, gang members perjured themselves and were exposed as having done that, yet no action was taken. Gwynedd Social Services obtained a High Court injunction against me from Sir Maurice Kay, sitting at the High Court in Leeds, while I was living in Bethesda. Kay issued the injunction although the affidavits were by Keith Fearns, a social worker who had at the time never met me and Jackie Brandt, Fearns’s colleague, who had met me at most two or three times.
I now have documentary evidence demonstrating that in one Court case at Chester before Justice John Roch, Fearns and Brandt as well as their perjuring colleagues from the Arfon Community Mental Health Team, Bob Ingham and Maggie Fookes, did not even write their own affidavits or sign them. They hadn’t seen those affidavits until they arrived for the Court case and had been instructed by Ron Evans, the crooked Gwynedd County Council lawyer, to introduce themselves to the Clerk of the Court who would show them where they needed to go and they should then ‘familiarise themselves’ with the affidavits.
During 1990, Gwynedd Health Authority took me to the High Court in Cardiff in front of Sir Malcolm Pill, in an attempt to obtain a High Court injunction against me, again on the basis of lies and fabricated evidence. Documents in my possession show that Andrew Park, the crooked lawyer employed by the Welsh Office, was working with Ron Evans et al in Gwynedd County Council and those in Gwynedd and Clwyd Health Authorities, to co-ordinate stories and forge evidence.
David Waddington was Home Secretary throughout it all.
Leeds is on the Northern Circuit. George Carman spent his career on the Northern Circuit until he successfully defended Jeremy Thorpe at the Old Bailey in 1979 and relocated to London. Carman was based in Chambers in Greater Manchester. Leeds was Savile HQ and Savile was friendly with corrupt police officers, as was George Carman.
Waddington was replaced as Home Secretary by Kenneth Baker on 28 Nov 1990. Previous posts explain why I believe that Kenneth Baker was involved with the fitting up of Patient F…
In February 1991 Campbell Malone and a private detective, Peter Jackson, urged the Home Office to reopen Stefan’s case, which was then referred back to West Yorkshire Police. Det Supt Trevor Wilkinson was assigned to the job and immediately found several glaring errors. Kiszko’s innocence was demonstrated conclusively through medical evidence; he had male hypogonadism, which rendered him infertile, contradicting forensic evidence obtained at the time of the murder. During his research, Jackson found someone who confirmed that Kiszko had been seen with his aunt tending his father’s grave on the day the murder took place. They said they could not understand why they had not been called to give evidence at the trial. Someone else said that Kiszko had been in a shop around the time of the murder.
Also in Feb 1991, the four girls involved in the court trial admitted that the evidence they had given which had led to Kiszko’s arrest and conviction was false, and that they had lied for “a laugh” and because “at the time it was funny”. Burke said she wished she had not said anything but refused to apologise, saying she did not think it would go as far as it did. Buckley said it was not Kiszko who had exposed himself to her and that he had not been stalking them, but they had seen a taxi driver urinating behind a bush on the day of Molseed’s murder. She also refused to apologise. Brown refused to make a statement. Hind was the most remorseful of the four, saying that what they did was “foolish but we were young” and that, had she appeared in Court, she would have told the truth about Kiszko, unlike her friends, who all had committed perjury. She herself did not think that Kiszko would be convicted.
In February 1990, the Home Office privately disclosed that Kiszko’s first parole hearing would take place in December 1992, by which time he would have served 17 years in custody. He would only be released if he admitted to having murdered Molseed and if he could convince the Parole Board that he would not be a danger to children or the public. In August 1991, the new findings in Kiszko’s case were referred to Kenneth Baker, who immediately passed them on to the Court of Appeal. On 20 December 1991, Kiszko was moved from Ashworth to Prestwich Hospital.
Ten months before his parole hearing, on 17 February 1992, the judicial investigation into Kiszko’s conviction began. It was heard by three judges, Lord Chief Justice Geoffrey Lane, Mr Justice Rose and Mr Justice Potts. Franz Muller QC and William Boyce appeared for the Crown and were there to argue that Kiszko was guilty of murder and therefore must remain in prison for another 10 months and Stephen Sedley QC and Jim Gregory appeared for the defence, to argue that Kiszko was innocent. After hearing the new evidence presented by Sedley and Gregory, Muller and Boyce immediately accepted its validity.
Also after hearing the new evidence, Lord Chief Justice Lane said: “It has been shown that this man cannot produce sperm. This man cannot have been the person responsible for ejaculating over the girl’s knickers and skirt, and consequently cannot have been the murderer.” Kiszko was cleared and Lane ordered his immediate release from custody.
In May 1987, Lord Chief Justice Geoffrey Lane allowed the appeal of Oliver Brooke, the Professor of Paediatrics at St George’s, who had been imprisoned for child porn in Dec 1986, days after Dafydd had me wrongfully arrested and unlawfully imprisoned in the North Wales Hospital Denbigh. Lane allowed Ollie’s appeal and ordered his release not because he considered Ollie to be innocent but because Lane considered that Ollie had suffered greatly and his collection of kiddie porn was the equivalent of ‘a collection of cigarette cards’. Oliver Brooke was one of the key figures in a pan-European paedophile ring, of which his colleagues at St George’s and Dafydd’s gang were a part. See eg. ‘Oliver!’
The judge at Stefan’s 1976 trial, Sir Hugh Park, apologised for what had happened to Kiszko but said he was not sorry for how he had handled the Court case. The Tory MP Anthony Beaumont-Dark said, “This must be the worst miscarriage of justice of all time” and, like many others, demanded a full, independent and wide-ranging inquiry into the conviction. Sir Anthony Beaumont-Dark was a stockbroker, the Tory MP for Birmingham Selly Oak, 1979-92. Beaumont-Dark was the son of a Birmingham businessman, grew up and went to school and university in Birmingham and served as a Birmingham City Councillor before he became an MP.
Beaumont-Dark knew about Dafydd’s gang and the extensive corruption in civic life in Birmingham. In Jan 2013, the local press in Birmingham reported that Nicholas Beaumont-Dark, Anthony’s son, had received a 12 month suspended prison sentence after admitting making 393 indecent images of children as young as six months old. See previous posts for further info re father and son…
The Molseed family, who were convinced of Kiszko’s guilt up to the very moment of him being cleared, publicly apologised for the things that they had said after Stefan’s conviction, including that he be hanged in public.
David Waddington, Sheila Buckley, Maxine Buckley, Hind, Brown and Burke, Ronald Outteridge and prosecution barrister Peter Taylor all offered no apology, nor expressed any regret for what had happened. All refused to comment when Kiszko was released. The West Yorkshire police, while accepting and admitting they had been wrong, tried to justify the position they had taken in 1975. All Waddington would say was that if this evidence had been available in July 1976, the trial would have taken a very different course.
Kiszko ‘needed further psychiatric treatment’ and continued to remain in Prestwich Hospital though he was allowed home at weekends and occasionally during the week. He was finally allowed home fully in late April 1992, but the 16 years of incarceration for something he had not done had both mentally and emotionally destroyed him. Kiszko became a virtual recluse and showed little interest in anything or anyone. His physical health had also deteriorated. In October 1993 Stefan was diagnosed as suffering from angina. He died of a massive heart attack in Rochdale on 23 December 1993, at 41 years old. After release from prison Kiszko had been told he would receive £500,000. He had received an interim payment, but neither he nor his mother ever received the full amount they were awarded, since both died before Kiszko was due to receive it and no other close relatives existed.
Stefan’s constituency MP, who had refused to help Stefan when asked:
In 1979, while Stefan sat in prison, Cyril Smith was named in a Rochdale alternative paper as having abused boys. No other paper carried the story. David Steel utilised the help of George Carman to keep the Smith story out of the media because Thorpe was due to stand trial and Steel was worried about the effect that both cases would have on the Liberal Party. Steel was not the only person who knew about Smith. There were a number of complaints to the police and one police officer who tried to follow up a complaint received a visit from a more senior officer and was told in no uncertain terms to forget about it. On one occasion, Smith was liberated from a police station where he was being interviewed about the abuse of boys. It has been admitted much more recently that prosecutions against Smith were actively blocked at Attorney General level.
In 1994 the surviving senior officer in charge of the original investigation into Lesley Molseed’s death, Det Super Dick Holland and the retired forensic scientist who had worked on the case, Ronald Outteridge, were formally charged with “doing acts tending to pervert the course of justice” by allegedly suppressing evidence in Kiszko’s favour, namely the results of scientific tests on semen taken from the victim’s body and from the accused. On May Day 1995 the case was challenged by defence barristers, arguing that the case was an abuse of process and that charges should be stayed as the passage of time had made a fair trial impossible. The presiding magistrate agreed and as the case was never presented before a jury, the law regards the accused as presumed innocent.
Holland, who came to public prominence as a senior officer on the flawed investigation into case of the Yorkshire Ripper, retired in 1988, at a time when he viewed the conviction of both Kiszko and of Judith Ward (in May 1992 Ward’s conviction was also viewed as unsafe by the High Court) as being among his finest hours during his 35 years in the police force. Holland was demoted during the Yorkshire Ripper Inquiry four years after Kiszko’s conviction. He died in February 2007.
Sir Hugh Park (24 April 1910-2001), the judge who presided over Stefan’s original trial, was born near Exeter and educated at Sidney Sussex College, Cambridge and worked for the SOE during WW II. Asa Briggs also went to Sidney Sussex, although he was some 10 years younger than Park; Briggs worked for the security services and was mates with Howard Smith, who became Director of MI5 in 1979. Briggs grew up in West Yorkshire.
Hugh Park was a member of Middle Temple as was Ronnie Waterhouse. Park grew up in the West Country and spent his working life on the Western Circuit, serving as the Presiding judge during the 1970s. Park knew about Jeremy Thorpe and he’ll have known about the paedophile ring which existed in Bridgwater which had links to Dafydd’s gang. See previous posts.
Hugh Park presided over the ‘Operation Julie’ trial at Bristol in 1978, which saw some fairly benign hippies from mid-Wales denounced as serious organised criminals and banged up on the evidence of obviously corrupt police officers. I heard all about the excesses of Operation Julie when I lived in Somerset and again when I lived in Bethesda. The police officers who were so exercised about the Operation Julie hippies were tripping over Dafydd and the ring every two minutes but managed to ignore them. See post ‘They Planned To Put Acid In All The Reservoirs…’
The Western Circuit included Hampshire. Hugh Park was the Recorder of Southampton, 1964-65. Lord Denning country. When I was living just down the road from him.
THE trial of Stefan Kiszko opened at Leeds Crown Court on Wednesday 7 July 1976. It was heard before Mr Justice Park with Peter Taylor QC leading the case for the prosecution, assisted by Mr M Caswell. Leading the defence was David Waddington QC with Phillip Clegg as junior counsel. They were instructed by Albert Wright of Rochdale solicitors, Hartley, Thomas and Wright…Opening the case for the crown, Mr Taylor told the court that Stefan Kiszko had been receiving injections for his medical condition. He said these had given the tax clerk a sex drive which had led to him exposing himself to girls. He had received one on Friday 3 October and: “Over a period of three days, culminating on the Sunday, he had indulged in such behaviour and the case for the crown is that the abduction and killing of Lesley was the climax…The motive was clearly sexual, but it was unusual, not merely because of the age of the girl, but because there was no sexual interference of her or displacement of clothing.”
The court was then told that when interviewed on 21 December Mr Kiszko said to police he had no interest in girls and the injections were there to help him. However, he is later alleged to have said later, when told there would be further inquiries: “This is terrible. It’s those damned injections. All this would never have happened.” When pressed, Mr Taylor continued, he is alleged to have admitted he picked Lesley up in his car, adding: “I can’t help myself when I have had these injections. “I picked her up on Sunday dinnertime when I killed her.”
The court was told that on 22 December Stefan Kiszko made a statement under caution in which he admitted killing Lesley but the following day made a second one which retracted the admissions he had made…Under cross-examination from defence counsel David Waddington, detectives denied that they had suggested to Stefan Kiszko what he had done to Lesley. Chief Inspector Thomas Steele insisted that the tax clerk had told his own story and Detective Constable Robert McFadzen insisted that he had not at any stage in the interview said: “Let’s get this wrapped up and we can all go home for Christmas.”
Detective Superintendent Dick Holland said Mr Kiszko had asked him to write his statement for him, adding: “He was obviously under stress, but he was not unfit to make a statement.”…
Ronald Outteridge, principal scientific officer at the Home Office Forensic Science Laboratory in Harrogate, told the court fibres removed from the 11-year-old’s clothes were similar to those on a piece of carpet found in the back of Stefan’s car.
Opening the defence case, David Waddington told the jury that Lesley’s killing was ‘a crime of most unusual circumstances.’ He drew their attention to the fact that under the Homocide Act of 1957 a person who killed someone in circumstances which would otherwise amount to murder was guilty of manslaughter if at the time they were suffering from such an abnormality of mind as to substantially impair his mental responsibility for the act…Mr Waddington continued Mr Kiszko’s confession was the nub of the prosecution’s case and there was a wealth of evidence to suggest it was untrue. He also pointed out the fibres taken from Lesley’s clothing were of a carpet that was sold widely across the country.
Stefan Kiszko proceeded to give his evidence in a voice that was so low the judge had to ask him to speak louder. He told the court that in July 1975 he had become ill and had been admitted to Birch Hill Hospital, where he was given a blood transfusion. In August he was transferred to a Manchester hospital and diagnosed as being anaemic and having a hormone deficiency. He agreed to injections to ratify the latter problems and was discharged in September…
He said that during police interviews he had constantly asked if he could use the telephone to ring his mother, but his requests were refused. While at Rochdale police headquarters he said he “felt terrified and wanted to see my mother.” Asked by Mr Waddington why he had lied to the police about killing Lesley he said: “I started to tell these lies and they seemed to please them and the pressure was off as far as I was concerned. “I thought if I admitted what I did to the police they would check out what I had said, find it untrue and would then let me go.” The questioning continued and Mr Kiszko said: “I wanted them to stop but they didn’t. They just kept on and on.” He eventually said he had picked up and killed Lesley: “It was not true, I said it to get the police off my back.”
Consultant psychiatrist Dr Michael J Tarsh, called by the defence, said Stefan Kiszko was not a normal personality. After examining him in Armley Jail he described him as socially withdrawn, socially inept, mother-fixated, unhappy, not knowing where to put himself and not knowing how to form relationships. Under questioning from Mr Waddington, he said Mr Kiszko would be emotionally unprepared for the appearance of a sex drive and if he had killed Lesley his level of self-control must have diminished a lot.
In his closing speech, Peter Taylor said the defence had been ‘riding two horses’ using the proposition: ‘I didn’t do it but if I did it was because of diminished responsibility.’ Mr Taylor added: “They are just not horses to be ridden together.” In his summing up Mr Waddington hit back, declaring that the prosecution had done the same. He said the Crown had fairly listed all the indications Stefan was suffering from diminished responsibility – then had dealt with them in the opposite direction.
Michael Tarsh didn’t just spout nonsense about Stefan, he failed to raise concerns at any point concerning the rest of the nonsense that had been spouted with regard to hormone injections and their alleged effect and took no account of the distress that Stefan was experiencing by the time that Tarsh interviewed him in prison. Furthermore, all of the Top Docs involved in the case would have known that as Stefan suffered from hypogonadism, it would be highly unlikely that he would be fertile; yet they all knew that the forensic evidence demonstrated that whoever killed Lesley was fertile.
All of them should have asked questions. As opposed to what most people believe, Top Docs very rarely ask questions in the face of idiocy being expressed by other people, including other Top Docs, even if someone’s liberty or even life is at stake. I have watched them for years, in north Wales and elsewhere. They really do not raise concerns in situations in which any intelligent rational person would ask ‘WHAT is going on here? He/she cannot possibly state that and they know it’. They do not ask questions because they are well aware that so much bad practice, lies, deceit, perjury and serious criminality is perpetrated by Top Docs and Top Docs with whom they are friendly or have worked, that they just dare not go there.
This has resulted in a dangerous NHS which has been infiltrated by serious organised crime and somebody needs to have the guts to admit it.
Michael Tarsh appeared in a 1980 TV programme, part of a series of four programmes, featuring ‘Hypothetical Situations based on Real Life’. The programme in which Tarsh appeared debated the question ‘When can a doctor override the wishes of the patient?’ ‘A young newly wedded wife has breast cancer and is advised to use contraception for five years so as not to become pregnant, but she is a devout Catholic and therefore opposed to contraception. The story gets more complicated as they do have a child, the mother becomes seriously depressed and the father discovers he has Huntington’s Chorea. Moderator: Arthur Miller of Harvard Law School. The panel consists of Peter Diggory, gynaecologist; John Cook, surgeon; Professor Peter Huntingford, gynaecologist; Lord Winstanley, G.P; Sir John Wakely, surgeon; Sheila Duncan, surgeon; Sir Douglas Black, President of Royal College of Physicians; Douglas Glover, Tutor in Philosophy, Oxford; Dr Michael Tarsh, psychiatrist; Dr Colin Brewer, psychiatrist; Michael Flynn, Head of a Special School and Barbara Calvert, Q.C.
The programme is described thus: ‘Although made in 1980 this is still a very useful programme not only for medical students but for anyone working in a medical or caring situation.’
The media love these ‘Inside The Ethics Committee’ type programmes. As with this TV programme featuring Tarsh, when I am exposed to them, I can nearly always identify more than one Top Doc in each programme whom I know for a fact has been involved in or colluded with serious criminality. Radio 4 and Joan Bakewell seem to believe that Top Docs spend their working lives conducting themselves as they do when they are starring in a programme with her. Joan, they do not, you can take it from me. If Radio 4 bugged any hospital in the UK for 48 hours and broadcast the recording unedited, there would be a serious crisis of public confidence in the medical profession and the NHS.
Dr David Mawson starred in one such programme, ‘Hypotheticals’, while he was working at Broadmoor, after the Ashworth chaos, after he knew what had happened to me but before he disappeared from the Medical Register. Furthermore, Dr Mawson was working at Broadmoor when Jimmy Savile was the General Manager there. It has now been admitted that Savile sexually assaulted numerous patients at Broadmoor and that two are believed to have killed themselves as a result. David Mawson knew that the high security hospitals were full of people who had been abused in care by the rings facilitated by his colleagues and abused all over again in the mental health system. The topic for discussion in that episode of ‘Hypotheticals’ was ‘What would you do as a doctor if a patient accused you or another doctor of indecent behaviour towards her?’ (It was a female patient in the Hypothetical.) The Top Docs had an earnest discussion about how the situation would be handled sensitively and an investigation would follow, one that was fair to patient and Top Doctor.
I’ll tell you what happens in that situation, or what was happening when Dr Dawson appeared on ‘Hypotheticals’. Every single Top Doc either diagnoses the patient with a frightening sounding mental illness to ensure that no-one will believe what they say again and if that doesn’t work, the patient will be threatened, hounded, blacklisted and refused medical care.
Dr Mawson stated in his report about me that I was an intelligent, charming, pleasant young woman and he did not believe that I was dangerous. He also stated that I had paranoid schizophrenia and that was the reason for my allegations about Dafydd and Gwynne. The documents in my possession now demonstrate that no-one, no-one at all, including Dr Mawson, believed that I was lying or deluded with regard to Dafydd and Gwynne. They all knew that Dafydd et al were running a huge trafficking ring and had been for many, many years and members of the ring had targeted every patient under the age of 30 who was referred to them.
That episode of ‘Hypotheticals’ was broadcast in 1993. When Patient F and I would not drop our complaints against Dafydd. The media was full of allegations that a VIP paedophile ring was operating in north Wales/Cheshire that was being concealed at the highest levels of Gov’t… The North Wales Police investigated and concluded that there was no evidence of such a ring. More than 100 complaints about the abuse of children in care in north Wales were made during the investigation and the CPS sent a file to the DPP. There was not one prosecution.
It was at the time of ‘Hypotheticals’ that the paedophiles’ friends had caused havoc at UCNW by declaring war on Graham Day, a senior sociologist, who found himself accused by ‘The Guardian’ of anti-Welsh racism when making academic appointments. Merfyn’s late wife Nerys was caught in the cross-fire and no-one ever forgave her. See eg. post ‘Badlands’.
I invite readers to take a long hard look at the names of those who starred in the 1980 TV broadcast with Michael Tarsh. 1980: Jeremy Thorpe had been acquitted of attempting to murder Norman Scott the year before and Mary Wynch had been unlawfully imprisoned by Dafydd and the gang. In 1980, Dafydd’s gang knew that Mary intended to begin legal action and they could be in very, very deep trouble… The reinforcements arrived in north Wales over the next two years, lots of Nice Young Doctors to Show That Things Had Changed. Two of whom were Tony and Sadie Francis. As part of the Overhaul, in 1983 the Mental Health Act was rewritten – by Dafydd’s friend Bluglass. The Code of Practice to accompany the Act was written by Dafydd’s friend William Bingley.
Patient F, as someone who had been fitted up and wrongfully imprisoned and knew others in the same boat and who listened to the beatings of prisoners by the screws in Risley’s ‘hospital wing’ at night – I suspect that he overheard a murder as well – often discussed the phrase ‘at her Majesty’s pleasure’. He would discuss events in Risley in detail and say ‘at her Majesty’s pleasure? Who would ever take pleasure from that happening to people? What a vicious old cow’.
Peter Taylor QC, who led the prosecution at Stefan’s trial has featured in previous blog posts. After excelling in Stefan’s case, Peter Murray Taylor, Baron Taylor of Gosforth (1 May 1930 – 28 April 1997) served as Lord Chief Justice of England, 1992-96, succeeding Ollie Brooke’s friend Geoffrey Lane. Taylor was LCJ throughout the latter half of the North Wales Police investigation into a possible VIP paedophile ring in north Wales/Cheshire and throughout the Jillings Inquiry. Taylor was in post while I was dragged through Court after Court and people told very obvious porkies on oath etc; when Sir Peter Morrison and Bing Spear died just four days apart, when Matt Arnold died of an ‘unspecified blood infection’ four days before Peter Howarth, his mate and colleague at Bryn Estyn, stood trial for the abuse of boys in care in north Wales… Taylor was LCJ hroughout the beginning of the Genocide that came with the Waterhouse Inquiry… You know the rest by now…
Taylor came from a Yiddish-speaking Jewish family who had emigrated to England from Lithuania; the original name of the family was Teiger or Teicher. Taylor’s father Louis was born in Leeds and became a Top Doctor; his mother came from the rabbinical Palterovich family who had emigrated to Leeds in 1895. Taylor was a distant cousin of actress Gwynth Paltrow. By the time of his birth, the family were living in Newcastle-upon-Tyne; Taylor attended the Royal Grammar School. Dafydd’s mate Lord John Walton, the Bastard of Newcastle-upon-Tyne, who served as President of the BMA and Chairman of the GMC, afforded the gang life-long protection. John Walton was a psychiatrist, neurologist and neurosurgeon. He knew Dafydd’s mates at the Walton Centre who found themselves unable to treat Merfyn’s wife Nerys; John Walton knew Gwynne the lobotomist, Sir Charles Evans, Walton knew every sewer dweller that there was. No wonder the murder attempt on Brown involved smashing his head repeatedly on the pavement; ah the doctors would have done their best when Dr Brown was admitted with severe head injuries but there was nothing that they could do…
In 1951 Taylor studied law at Pembroke College, Cambridge. He practised on the North-Eastern circuit around Newcastle when Dafydd’s mates Matt Arnold and Peter Howarth were still in Gateshead running the ring there. Taylor occasionally appeared for the defence and on one such occasion, the judge Melford Stevenson deemed him a threat to the administration of justice.
Peter though kept quiet about the excesses of Melford.
Melford was famously Tough On Young Thugs – as was Dafydd’s corrupt judge friend Huw Daniel – and in one famous case, Melford jailed a teenaged girl who refused to give evidence against her father in a sex case. The case was reported as Melford Getting Tough on a young woman who’s misplaced loyalties were obstructing justice. I read about that case before I witnessed Empowered Service Users being pressurised into naming innocent men, often family members, as ‘their abusers’ after they had made complaint about Dafydd and the gang.
There is at least one man from Gwynedd who went to prison for sexually abusing his daughters after two of them named him after receiving Help from Gwynedd social workers. The third daughter maintained that he was innocent and that they had been ordered to name him. This young woman was deemed to be the biggest problem in the family because she would not Disclose. She was refusing to Disclose any old crap that they wanted to hear. She spent years in the hands of the Hergest Unit and died some 10 years ago. ‘Of alcohol poisoning’, her life support at Ysbyty Gwynedd being switched off after a few days. I know her best mate who is in possession of her suicide note.
Dr RICHARD TRANTER. You didn’t tell the truth about that young woman while diagnosing that borderline personality disorder did you Richard?
In 1973 Peter Taylor appeared for the prosecution in several cases connected to the corrupt architect John Poulson, including that of Poulson himself. Over the next three years, the prosecutions succeeded and many of those involved were jailed. Poulson was involved with massive civic corruption and was linked to T. Dan Smith, the one time leader of Newscastle-upon-Tyne City Council. T. Dan Smith and Poulson were exposed as being involved in corrupt business and local gov’t planning and building deals, but much of their empire had to be left untouched because part of the corrupt deals with local authorities included the agreement to place kids in care in north Wales and other places run by partners of the Poulson/T. Dan Smith gangs.
Lord Bob Mellish and his crew in Southwark Borough Council were cooking up corrupt deals with T. Dan Smith. Southwark sent numerous children in care to north Wales and continued to do so even when complaints of serious abuse were being made. No-one mentioned this, not even when Peter Tatchell tried to challenge the other corrupt practices of Mellish and the gang who ran the Bermondsey Labour Party and Southwark. See previous posts eg. ‘The Battle For The Labour Party’s Soul’.
In order to appreciate the scale of the problem, consider this. My post ‘Vested Interests Or Common Pool?’ discussed the career of Professor Olive Stevenson, Gov’t adviser and social worker who reached the top of her profession and was appointed to the panel who investigated the 1973 death of Maria Colwell while Maria was in the care of East Sussex Social Services. The QC who Chaired the Inquiry was very, very critical of the East Sussex Social Services. Olive Stevenson, with her Wise Wimmin’s Ways and understanding of the Complexities Of The Role Of The Social Worker, disagreed with the Chair of the Inquiry to such an extent that she wrote her own report on the case, referred to as the ‘minority report’. Dennis Allen, the Director of East Sussex Social Services at the time of Maria’s death, publicly stated how grateful he was for Olive’s minority report, because he and his team could have been judged unfairly without it.
Dennis did leave his post in East Sussex after the Maria Scandal and the Report. He was appointed Director of Social Services for Southwark, where, over a period of years, Dennis sent numerous kids in care off to the embrace of John Allen and Dafydd. I don’t know if Dennis Allen and John Allen are related…
Dr Jim Birley established various community mental health initiatives in Southwark. Jim Birley was a Top Doc from the Maudsley who was a mate of Dafydd’s. See previous posts. Birley and his colleagues were facilitating a paedophile ring in the area around the Maudsley, including Southwark. Dafydd’s mate Lord David Ennals, who was a Home Office Minister in Harold Wilson’s Gov’t and then joined Richard Crossman at the DHSS, was also a mate of Jim Birley. Ennals served as Secretary of State at the DHSS under Jim Callaghan. Ennals was campaign director for MIND in the early 1970s, then he succeeded Lady Juliet as Chairman of MIND in 1984. Ennals also served as President of MIND. Ennals was the Labour MP for Dover and then for Norwich. My post ‘The Science of Animal Behaviour’ details Ennals’ collusion with organised abuse in the Norfolk region.
In the mid-1970s, before he moved to Bethesda, Patient F spent time in Hellingly Hospital, formerly known as the East Sussex County Lunatic Asylum. I heard a great deal about Hellingly; fights arranged between patients by the Angels as a spectator sport for the Angels, an attempt to murder F by a seriously ill patient yet the hospital not taking any steps to protect patients from the murderous one, the psychiatrist ‘caring’ for F having telephone conversations with one of F’s in-laws whom he really did not like without F’s knowledge or consent. I have received info telling me that Dafydd’s gang were in contact with Hellingly and that, as with me, the criminal conspiracy to frame and imprison F was far greater than F realised. F was in Hellingly while Ennals was Secretary of State for the DHSS.
Peter Taylor also ‘took on’ John Ryman, a fellow barrister and Labour MP for Blythe Valley ‘who was found to have submitted fraudulent election expenses’. Ryman did very much more than fiddle his election expenses, Ryman was a Rotter.
Ryman’s frequent absences from Parliament (either to continue his legal work or for other reasons) tried the patience of the Whips. On one celebrated occasion, Chief Whip Bob Mellish – yes, Dafydd’s partner-in-crime – went on the radio to ask listeners to get in touch if they had spotted Ryman. On 23 April 1992 Ryman was convicted of defrauding two women of their life savings. He had pretended to be the Director of a Swiss bank and told the women that they would get 22·5% interest, but in fact paid the money to his ex-wife for maintenance payments. Ryman was given a 2 and 1/2 jail sentence.
Ryman was married five times in all. He claimed to have invested some money belonging to his fifth wife Nicola, a wealthy widow, in a high-yield Swiss bank account but in fact squandered the money on a horse, Jaguar car and holidays on the Orient Express. He had previously narrowly escaped being prosecuted by the family of a mistress whose money he had also claimed to have invested in a Swiss account.
Ryman was elected MP for Blythe in the Oct 1974 General Election ousting the incumbent Eddie Milne. Milne had been re-elected as an Independent Labour MP at the Feb 1974 General Election after being deselected as the official Labour candidate. Eddie had been deselected because he had opposed the endemic corruption in local gov’t in the North East of England. Eddie did have Councillors as supporters, but they were all surrounded and like Eddie forced out of politics. Eddie was an unusual man in that he seems to have opposed ALL corruption, including that of people in his own Party, rather than Taking A Stand a la Elfyn Llwyd and Tam Dalyell while ignoring the beam in his own eye. There was no room for Eddie in politics. No-one else invited him to join their side and he was loathed.
Eddie Milne wrote a book entitled No Shining Armour (1976), detailing his travails with the local Party and giving his view on the corruption scandals of the 1970s. It attracted 36 libel writs and the costs and damages associated with it came close to bankrupting his publishers.
Eddie’s allegations were born out during the criminal investigations into Poulson and T. Dan Smith.
A lot of people would have had many good reasons to want to see Eddie Milne out of politics. This being one of those reasons:
The Rotter did go to prison but in view of the excesses of the Rotter, he got off pretty lightly. The Rotter was also known as a Rotter before he was selected and elected. Why might the Labour Party ever have entertained the Rotter? Probably because on one of the five occasions on which the Rotter married, he married Dr Shirley Summerskill, a Nice Lady Doctor who, just like her pal Babs Castle, Fought The Men On Behalf Of Wimmin. Like buggery she did. Let’s look at Shirley’s biography:
Summerskill was educated at St Paul’s Girls’ School for Posh Women and Somerville College, Oxford, the alma mater of Thatch and the other Shirl. Summerskill trained as a Top Doctor at Tommy’s, along with Dr Death, Dafydd’s mates and Ann and Peter Dally, illegal abortionists and Dealers of Recreational Chemicals to the Stars, including Princess Margaret. Summerskill was a member of the executives of the Socialist Medical Association and of the Medical Practitioners’ Union.
Shirley Summerskill was part of the Uncle Harry and Wendy Savage network. The whole lot of them were Of Dafydd and the Rotter knew what was going on. The Rotter married Summerskill in 1957 and they divorced in 1971.
The Rotter’s wife Summerskill was MP for Halifax, 1964-83. Summerskill was a Shadow Minister for Health, 1970-74, after Richard Crossman had established the DHSS as the Dept for the Westminster Paedophile Ring and while Heath’s swingers occupied it following their 1970 General Election win, thanks to the BMA. Summerskill served as a junior Minister in the Home Office throughout the 1974–79 Labour Gov’t, under Home Secretaries Woy and Merlyn Rees. Dafydd’s heyday; he told the Home Office what to do as well as the DHSS. See previous posts…
Summerskill was in the Home Office when Mary Wynch was unlawfully arrested and incarcerated.
After Thatch’s 1979 victory, Dr S became an Opposition Spokesperson on Home Affairs until she lost her seat in the 1983 General Election. The words ‘Sir Peter Morrison’, ‘Jimmy Savile’ and ‘huge ring in Halifax assisted by Judge James Pickles’ did not ever cross her lips. Dr S was probably far too busy Fighting For Wimmin.
Dr S was even more untouchable than Dafydd’s pal Wendy Savage in terms of her Commitment To Wimmin. Dr S was of course the daughter of Feminist Hero Edith Summerskill, another Posh Woman who did quite a lot for Posh Women, but er not a great deal for women who weren’t posh. See previous posts. Edith’s daughter had to go to Oxford and become a Pioneering Lady Doctor and Labour MP. Other people’s daughters shagged Dafydd or were lobotomised if they said no. We didn’t hear anything about it in Parliament.
Shirley’s nephew is Ben Summerskill, Chief Executive of Stonewall, 2003-14. Stonewall has given awards to the Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board, including while Dr Peter Higson was Chairman of the Betsi. Higson worked as a clinical psychologist at the North Wales Hospital Denbigh and then became the manager of the hospital. See post ‘Topsy and Tim’. Higson was at Denbigh while Dafydd imprisoned victims of the gang in the dungeon and while gay men were given ‘aversion therapy’ to cure them of their homosexuality, years after homosexuality had been decriminalised, ironically largely as a result of the effort of Leo Abse and other mates of Dafydd’s who were members of the Westminster Paedophile Ring.
The Denbigh Lucky Dip: Tortured because you were gay and in consenting relationships? Or tortured because as a boy you had been gang raped by the old paedophiles with whom Dafydd and Gwynne forced you to have sex and you complained about the matter? Whatever the reason it was OK with Lilibet.
In 2006, Ben Summerskill was appointed a Commissioner on the Britain’s new EHRC. Dr Rachel Perkins, the Clinical Director of Springfield Hospital while she and her colleagues at Springfield facilitated the Westminster Paedophile Ring and colluded with Dafydd, bagged a seat on the EHRC. See previous posts. Perkins’s senior Top Doc colleagues at Springfield and St George’s will have known Shirley Summerskill’s Top Doc and politician colleagues who were colluding with the Westminster Paedophile Ring, including Dr Death.
Ben had for three years been a member of a Steering Group advising the Secretary of State for Trade and Industry on establishing the Commission, on which he then was given a seat. I wish that I could invent jobs for myself like that.
This was the Secretary of State for Trade and Industry when that elaborate job creation scheme for Ben and people traffickers of previous years was created:
Patsy’s previous can be read in previous posts: high office in the NCCL when it campaigned for paedophiles’ rights, the Windbag’s loyal minion, succeeding Greville Janner’s Commons seat when he toddled off to the Lords, Minister for Wimmin, Health Secretary etc…
Spot The Difference:
The Rather Dim Daughter of a Posh Lady, Who Became An MP and Assisted a Gang of Sex Offenders:
Still There Years After The Mold Was Broken:
For more info on Shirley Summerskill and her contribution to the shafting of vulnerable people, see previous posts.
Shirley Summerskill lost her Halifax seat in 1983 to the Tory, Roy Galley. Galley was educated at Worcester College, Oxford. Lord Asa ‘I’ll Get That Merfyn Jones One Day’ Briggs of the Ring and the Highly Paid Matrons was Provost of Worcester College, Oxford, 1976-91. Galley’s victory was due a swing from Labour to the SDP and when the SDP vote fell in 1987, he was defeated by Labour’s Alice Mahon, the former Angel and a Good Friend of Dafydd’s Gang Who Ran Ashworth. Well the Windbag did base his election strategy on helping out his old mate from student days Tony Francis and yelling ‘Nurses, Nurses’ while out on the campaign trail. ‘POA, POA’…
Halifax is like one of the seats in Wales, Caernarfon, Cardiff North etc, one cannot win it if one is not a Paedophiles’ Friend.
Whilst in Parliament Galley was Secretary of the Conservative Backbench Health Committee and a member of the Social Services Select Committee. It was the sound of silence once more…
After losing the seat in 1987, Galley returned to Royal Mail where he held a series of senior management jobs. Perhaps he can let me know who it was who intercepted my post at times when the paedophiles were in maximum panic mode. From 1994 to 1996, Galley was Director of Restructuring for Royal Mail London when he closed four Mail centres in order to improve operational efficiency and introduce new working practices. In 1998 he was appointed as Head of Strategic Planning for Post Office Group Property. In 2006 Galley retired from Royal Mail.
Galley was Chairman of Kingston & Esher Health Authority, then Kingston & Richmond Health Authority, 1989-98. He was Chairman of the Kingston & St. George’s College of Health Studies, 1993-96, while St George’s continued running the trafficking ring after they’d forced me out of my job and when Chamberlain and Pearce carried out that massive research fraud and were caught.
In 2007 Galley was elected a member of Wealdon District Council; he subsequently held the Planning and Development portfolio, 2008-13. In 2013 Galley took on the Economic Development and Regeneration portfolio. In 2013 Galley was elected as a member of East Sussex County Council, he currently sits on a variety of committees. Until Asa died in March 2016, he was down in East Sussex holding the fort, so presumably Roy Galley went down to assist and take over when Asa pegged out.
Peter Taylor QC led the prosecution at Mr Thrope’s 1979 trial. Because the presiding judge, Sir Joseph Cantley, provided the now notoriously biased summing up, it has been written in the legends that Mr Thrope was acquitted only because of the Corrupt Judge. Other factors, such as George Carman who defended Mr Thrope having spent his working life until then on the Northern Circuit along with Cantley and the foreman of the jury being a Liberal Party activist, received less attention. Peter Taylor’s rather hopeless efforts for the prosecution received little comment. See previous posts, including ‘My How Things Haven’t Changed’.
Joseph Cantley returned to obscurity after Mr Thrope’s trial and retired not long afterwards, fulfilling the Peter Cook satirical line of ‘And now you must retire, as must I’. Had Peter Taylor publicly taken the rap for Mr Thrope and the other defendants being acquitted, Peter’s reputation would have incurred far too much damage for him to have persisted as a camouflaged pal of the Westminster Paedophile Ring busy at the Bar and then as a High Court judge for years to come. After all, the Ring didn’t just need bent barristers and judges, there were future Lord Chief Justices, Law Lords, Attorney Generals, Lord Chancellors and Masters of the Rolls needed. As with Future Leaders Of the Medical Profession, they are watched carefully when they are juniors and one foot out of place is noted in triplicate and the alarm bell is rung.
In 1984, Taylor largely sided with Mary Whitehouse who brought a case against the IBA over the feature film version of ‘Scum’ (1979); he said the Director-General of the IBA had made “a grave error of judgement” in allowing the film to be shown. ‘Scum’ is a fairly accurate portrayal of life in a young offenders institution/approved school for teenaged boys. There are scenes showing everything that I have been told at first hand happened in Bryn Estyn and such places: a vicious pecking order among inmates, encouraged by the staff and used to keep control; the staff aligning themselves with the biggest psychopaths among the inmates rather than any of the wider crowd of damaged distressed young men who could be rehabilitated if anyone bothered; the violent sexual abuse of boys by other boys and the staff viewing the scene a la a live sex show; the deliberate setting up of the most vulnerable inmates for gang rape and the strategy of the staff to leave them traumatised, alone, with a method of suicide and to stand back and wait for the inevitable. It happened in the North Wales Hospital as well. I told people that it was happening, that’s why I was so Dangerous. It was happening wasn’t it Dafydd? And the Nice Lady Doctors and Caring Angels were fully on board, just as the Housemother and Top Docs were in ‘Scum’.
Brown however pointed out when we watched ‘Scum’ that there was one thing missing. The staff were shown to be brutal, meatheaded and sadistic and to be enjoying the sexual violence, but ‘Scum’ did not show the staff committing the sexual violence themselves. Well they did and the Little Wimmin were used to plan the strategy.
After ‘Scum’ was released, a film called ‘Scrubbers’ was made, the equivalent of ‘Scum’ but featuring young women. I watched ‘Scrubbers’ after I’d graduated from UCNW with a group of postgrads and they were all moaning and saying ‘look, we can’t see this story of rather pathetic women as entertainment or of interest’. I took their point; if you are doing a PhD in zoology and you have no idea of that sector of society, you are probably just going to find ‘Scrubbers’ profoundly depressing. The reason why I was taking an interest was that I’d encountered Gwynne et al by then and I had worked out that some grim things were happening and the sort of girls starring in ‘Scrubbers’ could be subjected to anything at all and no questions would be asked.
As with ‘Scum’, ‘Scrubbers’ showed a great deal of what is done to distressed young women under the guise of ‘help’, but it was always Other Nasty People who had wreaked havoc before the girls ever received the Help. None of them had been shagged by a social worker or Top Doc, yet alone forced into prostitution by them. It happens and it isn’t that unusual. It is explained away every time by the ‘chaotic dysfunctional personalities’ of the young women. As they flee from gangsters only to find that the most senior of police officers are friends with them, as was the Professor of Psychiatry who had arrived to investigate their complaints.
As Brown once cheerily quipped of a film in which a 15 yr old girl in care claimed to be a prostitute ‘I’d have asked her who her customers were and I would have been told, well there’s the Ward Manager, there’s Professor Prestigious and many others…’
This is why Sylvia Grenalda felt obliged to write to the senior managers of De Montfort University and explain that Brown was a ‘known paedophile’. See post ‘A Nasty, Ludicrous Poison Pen Letter’. His friend in Bethesda had found out that Professor Prestigious and his mates were indeed busy with those teenaged ‘prostitutes’. Chief Constables Philip Meyers and David Owen knew all about it as well. See previous posts.
In 1987 Peter Taylor stated that he did not accept that a Judge could not inquire further when a Minister raised a justification of ‘national security’ for their actions; the case concerned the telephone tapping of Joan Ruddock. Like other members of the Wimmin’s Peace Contingent, Ruddock knew about the organised abuse that CND would say nothing about, because of the foundations of CND involving Bertrand Russell et al who had been involved in utilising the services of Gwynne and Dafydd. By the 1980s it was their younger associates and children who were CND activists. MI5 will have been gathering the info on the organised abuse as well, but it was only the CND activists that Thatch was in the least bit concerned about.
In 1988 Taylor was promoted to the Court of Appeal. On 17 April 1989 he was commissioned by the Gov’t to undertake an inquiry into the Hillsborough Disaster which had occurred two days previously. The Taylor Report was subsequently produced.
My post ‘Additional Security Measures’ discusses the contents of the National Archives re the Taylor Report and the evidence within that demonstrates that the Gov’t told Taylor what they wanted highlighted in the Report and that the interim Report submitted to the Home Office was either a forgery, not written by Taylor himself or was prepared before the alleged date of preparation. I investigated this because Douglas Hurd was the Home Secretary when the Report was Commissioned and David Waddington was Home Secretary when it was submitted. Throughout the tenures of Hurd and Waddington, Dafydd’s gang were forging documentation about me; the DHSS, the Home Office and the police knew this, as did every lawyer and judge with whom I had dealings. It was obviously just how business was conducted.
Peter Taylor died in April 1997. Ronnie Waterhouse opened the Waterhouse Inquiry in Jan 1997 and suddenly felt an overwhelming desire for a holiday in March. Later in March Ronnie buggered off to Hong Kong for a few weeks, returning only after Peter Howarth had died in HMP Wakefield from a heart attack on April 24 and blow me if Peter Taylor didn’t die four days later!
Peter Taylor: He Lived By The Dafydd and The Tony Francis and He Died By Them As Well:
The Lord Taylor of Gosforth
While Ronnie Waterhouse was in Hong Kong he bumped into Derry Irvine and they had a lovely meal and caught up on all the news.
Peter Taylor was profoundly affected by the death of his wife Irene in 1995. Shortly afterwards he was diagnosed with a brain tumour. Just like Merfyn’s wife! The Walton Centre managed to operate on a Gwynedd social worker who developed a brain tumour at the same time as Nerys so successfully that she made a full recovery and even went back to work! But Nerys, er no…
Peter Taylor died from cancer aged 66 at his home in Guildford. Turf of Vincent Marks, the brother of Dr John Marks, BMA President when I worked for Vincent and when the BMA were battling with Ken Clarke and advising Tony Francis on how to frame me and bang me up because of my ‘allegations’ about Gwynne and Dafydd which just showed how mad and dangerous I was. Dr John Marks was a barrister as well as a Top Doctor.
Lord Justice Bridge who dismissed Stefan’s appeal in 1978 already had an outstanding record by that time; he had presided over the trial of the Birmingham Six. Nigel Cyprian Bridge, Baron Bridge of Harwich (26 February 1917 – 20 November 2007) served as a Law Lord, 1980-92. Bridge was a Law Lord while all the perjury and fabrication of evidence on behalf of Dafydd’s gang was happening and when Lord Chief Justice Lane took pity on Ollie Brook and reduced his sentence.
Bridge was born in Codicote, Hertfordshire. He was the younger brother of Anthony Bridge, later Dean of Guildford. Nigel followed his elder brother to Marlborough College. He went to Europe, where he learned French and German and after returning to Britain he worked as a journalist on regional newspapers in Lancashire. Bridge was conscripted into the British Army in 1940, served with the King’s Royal Rifle Corps and was demobilised in 1946.
Bridge was called to the Bar at Inner Temple, of which the Havers clan, Cecil, Michael and Elizabeth, famed for concealing the Westminster Paedophile Ring (see previous posts) were all members. Bridge specialised in personal injury cases, before joining John Widgery’s chambers at 3 Temple Gardens in 1950, where he specialised in local government and planning law.
From 1964 to 1968, Bridge was junior Counsel to the Treasury (Common Law) commonly known as Treasury Devil. He was the last Treasury Devil to try a case from private practice while in office. He was made a Bencher at Inner Temple in 1964, Reader in 1985 and Treasurer in 1986.
After four years as Treasury Devil, Bridge was appointed as a High Court judge. Nigel Bridge was Presiding Judge of the Western Circuit, 1972–74. Mr Thrope, Lord Denning…
Bridge’s 1975 trial of the Birmingham Six was his last case before he joined the Court of Appeal. The trial was marred by Bridge’s health: at various points it was interrupted to allow him to see a dentist, for treatment for acute gastritis and for lunchtime naps on his Top Doctor’s orders. Bridge needed his footspa and naps, he wasn’t going to expose Dafydd’s and Bluglass’s friends in the West Midlands Serious Crime Squad. Nigel Bridge lost his voice during the summing up, so the Top Docs would have needed to have nipped out and fetched the lozenges.
They are a laugh aren’t they. Previous posts have detailed my adventures with Sgt Morgan in Bangor Police Station when Dafydd and Tony Francis had me wrongfully arrested and how in July 1987, Sgt Morgan stopped D.G.E. Wood and others from coming into my cell to intimidate me; the plan to fit me up fell apart somehow and Sgt Morgan was subsequently charged and convicted for indecently assaulting a teenaged girl in custody and sacked. Sgt Morgan was weird and obsessed with sex, but whatever he did will have been nothing compared with Dafydd and the rest of them. Sgt Morgan was down for a punishment beating and Jeff Crowther, the nursing officer from Ysbyty Gwynedd, knew that Sgt Morgan was going to be found guilty weeks before his trial. Then Jeff’s wife died in the care of Ysbyty Gwynedd and after that Jeff had to go into hiding after receiving murder threats…
No-one was safe so why anyone bothered to toady to the Top Docs I don’t know. Kick ’em in the cerregs hard and keep kicking until they’re maimed and incapable of returning, because they really have not covered themselves in glory have they. Vile, vile people.
On the first occasion that Dafydd had me unlawfully arrested, it was Sgt Morgan on duty as custody Sgt. Dafydd’s mate the corrupt GP Dr Shah – who owned a sub-standard elderly people’s home in Bethesda, Brig-y-Nant, where the elderly were mistreated by Shah’s wife who managed the home – came into the cell to intimidate me. See post ‘Hippocratic Oath or Hypocritic Oaf?’ After he left my cell, I heard Sgt Morgan in the custody area asking Shah for his advice on the ‘terrible constipation’ that Sgt Morgan was experiencing and I marvelled that anyone would bother to ask a fat corrupt fool like Shah for advice on constipation or indeed anything else. I heard the constipation advice and I thought ‘if Sgt Morgan is constipated as a result of certain conditions, that advice is not going to work…’
Years later I was told that there had been an allegation of rape made against Shah but what the details were I don’t know.
As for the Hypocritic Oaf, that was a quip of Brown’s brother when I told him about Gwynne the lobotomist. I was given another bit of info yesterday re Brown’s brother and me which I was told was passed onto the gang as evidence of my Loose Living and Sex n Drugs n Rock n Roll Lifestyle. Brown’s brother was living in Bristol while the gang made attempts to kill him and I used to go and visit him to keep him up to speed re Dafydd et al. Obviously I used to kip over in his flat and on one occasion when I was staying in Bristol, it was in Feb. We went out to look for a place to have a meal and it was really weird because every restaurant in the city centre was absolutely packed, no room at all. We couldn’t work out what was going on, because it wasn’t a Saturday. It was actually Valentine’s Day but neither of us realised. We finally managed to get a table at an Indian place near midnight and when we sat down, we noticed that all of the other customers were couples and flowers were being distributed. It dawned on us… Valentine’s Day, that was why there was no room anywhere. So we sat down and a waiter approached with a red rose. Brown’s brother said ‘Oh God, he thinks we’re a Valentine’s couple, this is so bad…’ I said ‘well there’s no point making a fuss, we’ll say thanks and stick the rose on the table…’
We had been followed and were spotted! It was duly reported back to Paedophilia HQ that I was in a relationship with Brown’s brother as well as all those other people…
Paedophile gang! If I had have been in a relationship with two brothers and a few others folk at the same time a) it would have been sod all to do with you b) it would have been with the permission of all other parties so er no great problem really, not the sort of problems that one encounters if one is running an international trafficking ring
Brown’s brother later emigrated to get away from the people who kept trying to kill him, but it’s OK MI5, I met the girl he married as well, she stayed at my place… There was no end to the action in my house.
I won’t bother to ask any of them for constipation advice, I doubt that I’ll learn much.
Nigel Bridge said during his sentencing of the Birmingham Six that there was “the clearest and most overwhelming evidence I have ever heard in a case of murder”. The convictions were quashed by the Court of Appeal in 1991, after the defendants had served 16 years in prison.
And there was no evidence of a VIP paedophile ring in north Wales/Cheshire. And when they say no they mean yes and when a sixth former laughs at Gwynne the lobotomist, obviously he can expect attempts to kill him.
As a result of the trial, Bridge was added to the IRA’s hit-list and his house was put under constant police protection.
Anyone for Top Docs trying to kill a group of students who are friends?
Brown’s dad was on an IRA hit-list. Col Brown was found dead during the Waterhouse Inquiry. It wasn’t the IRA wot did it.
In a 1992 interview, Bridge said that he felt “unhappy”, but not “guilty”, about what had happened at the trial. ‘Don’t worry about it’ as I used to be told at St George’s every time something else illegal and dangerous happened and I raised a concern.
Lord Bridge was a member of the Security Commission, 1977-85, serving as Chairman from 1982. In that capacity, Bridge reported on the Geoffrey Prime and Michael Bettaney spying cases; he also led a review in vetting arrangements for Buck House staff. That’s how the Queen Mum’s loyal slave Backdoor Billy got through the doors to run the ring then and Nigel Bridge obviously missed Savile as well.
In 1985, Bridge was tasked with reviewing telephone tapping by MI5. After he examined 6,129 instances of phone tapping in three days and found all of them to be justified, he was attacked by Woy in ‘The Times’ as “the poodle of the executive”. Not that Woy of the Fine Clarets could have ever fallen into that category.
Now I know just how closely we were being watched, another incident involving Brown’s brother and me comes to mind. Lord Bridge and Lord Denning will have known that in the late 1980s, we put a note through Dafydd’s door saying ‘Fly, all is discovered; We know Jones and soon the world will know as well’. We did it for a laugh to see if Jones left town, because we knew that he was into something big but we didn’t know what.
So after enjoying fantasies of Dafydd jetting off in a charted aircraft from RAF Valley at some point soon, we went off around the Anglesey beaches for the rest of the day. We had an experience that English people believe happens in north Wales all the time but it was the only time that it ever happened to me. As we drove down a narrow lane to a cove, we met another car and although there was a passing place virtually next to them, they wouldn’t budge over to let us pass. I got out and asked if there was a problem and the two middle aged people in the car went mad, hurling abuse at me for being English, telling me to fuck off home to England if I didn’t know the way. I thought ‘well I do know the way and my home is at Old Llandegfan, not that far from here and I’m going to deal with you’. Brown’s brother said ‘Christ we’re in Injun Country here’. I explained that this was not standard practice and I didn’t know who these two were but I would soon find out. So we reversed about half a mile only to be met with more insults and abuse as they swanned past us.
Later that evening we tracked them down. They were in a caravan in the garden of a house that they were renovating. They woke up the next day to find all of their tyres flat as well as the spares and they were a long way from a garage. Brown’s brother suggested that we should really piss them off by writing ‘The Empire Strikes Back’ on their windscreen as well but I thought no, they’re pigs, but I don’t want to play their racist game. I wonder if they were undercover, because the security services were behind a lot of the cottage burnings and the ‘Welsh Extremists’. They knew that Dafydd and the gang were using Welsh Nationalism as a front for abuse, but Nigel Bridge and Lord Denning weren’t bothered about that aspect of Dafydd.
Our lives of crime got particularly out of hand that weekend because we also caused a food poisoning scare at the Gazelle Hotel and successfully elicited the clearing of the restaurant. Well, the landlady Barbara was a porn queen from Cheshire who swindled all the staff, including me and the landlord Ken used to expose himself to the schoolgirls who worked as waitresses there. They never came unstuck because Barbara’s ex-husband was a senior detective from Greater Manchester and she and Ken were on good terms with him, he was always staying over. Then there were all the Top Doctors, including Tony Francis and Shah, who hung out down there. Terry Maxwell, the corrupt Medical Director of Ysbyty Gwynedd (see previous posts), had a bust up with Ken and Barbara after they swindled his youngest daughter out of her wages, but still the shenanigans at The Gazelle continued.
I have been told that the porn queen with the ex who was a Top Cop – whose boss would have been James Anderton, the Prophet who Cleaned Up Manchester – got away with a great deal even after the Terry Maxwell confrontation, because of an agreement that Ken and Barbara would make it known that I had violently assaulted them if any questions were asked about a few um things, er like the young women who had been coerced into the ring selling their services in The Gazelle…
Lord Bridge retired from the bench on reaching the compulsory retirement age of 75 in 1992. He was Chairman of the Church of England Synodical Government Review, 1993–97. Bridge died in London on 20 November 2007.
Bridge married Margaret Swinbank, then a secretary at the War Office and the daughter of Leonard Heseltine Swinbank, on 8 January 1944. They had two daughters and one son. Lady Bridge of Harwich died in 2006.
I beg to move,
That leave be given to bring in a Bill to amend the law on theft by abolishing private prosecutions for theft from shops; requiring investigation of all circumstances before the prosecution of pensioners for this offence; and for other purposes connected therewith. Those in the House, especially the hon. Member for Christchurch and Lymington (Mr. Adley) and myself, who have been campaigning for change for many years are not concerned to protect the professional thief…. We are as concerned as anyone else about thievery from shops. Shoplifting is theft and its price is paid by the ordinary shopper. We are concerned about the prosecution of the innocent and, in certain cases, the prosecution of those who are guilty but ill.
Professional thieves…are being watched increasingly. In Leicester a campaign is under way to warn them by visible signs…What is not fair is the enormous toll of human misery that is incurred by those who are forgetful and innocent. It is time for the House to take to itself the need for an inquiry into how the prevention of the prosecution of innocents can be avoided…
I make certain suggestions that I ask the House at least to approve in principle. First, we should adopt the system that already exists in Scotland, which is that all prosecutions should be by the police and that the sometimes awkward and anguished decision whether to prosecute should be removed from the individual shopkeeper..The shopkeeper still has the right to decide whether to report a suspected offence to the police…The police…should then decide whether or not to prosecute.
Secondly, I commend to the House the suggestion made by the hon. Member for Christchurch and Lymington and his team in the independent study of the cause and effect of the increase in shoplifting, namely, that where reasonably practicable there should be bag parks where people in self-service stores can put their own bags so that the possibility of forgetfulness is at least reduced. I am sure that there is no one in the House who has not at some time walked out of a restaurant, a store or a petrol station without thinking and without paying or with something with him that he has afterwards taken back, or something that he has taken back without the receipt, running the risk of being accused of shoplifting. A huge pile of letters from suffering correspondents suggests that this is rife.
Thirdly, I suggest that cashiers, those who receive the money from the public, should be required to ask “Have you paid for everything that you have taken?”
We must recognise that there are many who are technically guilty but ill. We all know that apart from professional thieves there are many for whom the offence is a form of suicide. There are those who are mentally ill, those who are suffering and those who need to be treated by a decent and compassionate community with understanding. The worst place for them in the world is the dock. The result of their going there may be truly tragic.
I recommend to the House that it accepts the proposition that if a pensioner is to be charged he or she should at least have an examination beforehand to decide whether or not a prosecution is appropriate. I respectfully disagree with the suggestion made by the study group on shoplifting that the first offence should necessarily result in a caution. I see no reason why a shoplifter should be given one chance, as a dog is given one bite. That would not be right. However, there should be the sort of screening process that Dr. Michael Tarsh called for in The Times last week and which has been written about so much. In any event, there should be an inquiry into this area of law.
One of the great troubles is that professional thieves and professional shoplifters take court proceedings in their stride…Innocent people often have to wait many months if they choose trial by jury. Innocent people often have nervous breakdowns long before their cases go to trial. That is unfair, and it is wrong. The percentage of acquittals, which is well over 50 per cent., bears tribute to the fact that many who are innocent are charged with the offence…
This is an issue that should concern all hon. Members. It could happen to us or to members of our families, in a difficult world in which the goods in a self-service store are presented in a way to induce people to buy and to invite them to be forgetful.
I asked the House, in compassion, decency, justice and in enlightened self-interest, to give me leave to introduce this modest Bill.
Question put and agreed to.
Bill ordered to be brought in by Mr. Greville Janner, Mr. Robert Adley, Mr. Clement Freud, Mr. Tam Dalyell, Mr. Arthur Davidson, Mr. David Knox, Mr. David Mudd, Mr. Giles Radice, Mr. John Sever and Mr. Alan Woodall.
There are only four of them here.
In 1980 Isobel was fined £75 for stealing a can of tuna and a carton of cream worth 87p from her village grocer. Four days later, she was found dead in Cossington, ‘having electrocuted herself in the bath’. Her story was recounted by several of her friends and colleagues in a 1991 BBC Radio 4 documentary in the Radio Lives series, in which it was said that she gave no indication to any of her friends that she was planning to take her own life, and that she kept up a façade of “business as usual”.
Lady Eva Green, the ‘shamed’ estranged wife of the DPP Sir Allan Green, committed suicide in Jan 1993 after she too kept up a facade of business as usual; her husband had resigned in Oct 1991 in the wake of him being caught ‘talking to prostitutes’ in Kings Cross. See previous posts. Sir Allan resigned shortly after the North Wales Police began their investigation into the possibility of a paedophile ring in North Wales/Cheshire but some two years later closed the inquiry after having found no evidence of any such thing. Mrs Mills took over as DPP when Sir Allan resigned. More than 100 complaints were made about the abuse of children in care during the investigation and a file was sent to Mrs Mills, but there was not one prosecution. See previous posts including ‘A Future Leader Of The Labour Party’.
An internet site by someone who seems to know some of the details of the circumstances surrounding Isobel’s conviction states that:
As the 1950s passed, community links loosened, social reverence diminished and life became racier so the market for staid panel games declined and Lady Barnett found herself out on a limb. She was still a practising magistrate, yet the automatic respect for such an occupation had gone, and maybe Lady Isobel felt this change in social attitudes more than most. With the death of her husband in 1970 she would find it hard to adapt to the role of sequestered widow, where she would be invited to fewer and fewer dinner parties, and this professional woman must have felt a sense of loneliness in the quiet, insipid village where she resided after the stimulus of the bright lights of the television studio in earlier years.
Her new-found excitement would lie in symbiosis with her unblemished existence heretofore. She would go to the local store with hat and coat, a wicker basket looped round her arm. Unbeknownst to anyone but herself she had sewn a cloth bag inside the coat, thus making a concealed inner pocket on her person.This still in the days of local village shops with no CCTV, as Lady Barnett moved freely up and down the aisles she would have to be physically seen to have taken goods to be accused of shoplifting. Whether it was this fact that kept her making this a habit, whether she was exhibiting some early stage of mental illness or whether the activity provided an excitement from the humdrum one can only surmise. In the Autumn of 1980 shopkeeper Roger Fowkes caught her filching a tin of tuna and cream, value 87p,and the Police were called.
Imagine ex-magistrate David Cameron’s mother caught in similar circumstances and that’s going some way to the furore this incident caused at the time. Lady Barnett would brazen it out and elect to be tried by her peers. Whether the jurors listened to the evidence fully and found the case against her overwhelming,or some just wanted to hit back at perceived aristocracy in a time of economic woes, on Friday 17th October 1980 at London Magistrates’ Court she was found guilty of shoplifting and fined £75. One question put to her outside her home that weekend would prove fatal. It was: “What do you think this conviction has done to your social standing?” to which she bravely replied: “I don’t think ladies have much social standing today”, yet the damage was done. On Sunday evening she was found dead in the bath, into which she had thrown an electric heater, causing ventricular fibrillation and heart attack. The local doctor gave the cause of death unusually as uremia, her body was cremated in haste before a full post-mortem could be carried out, and the whole affair was hushed up.
Why was Lady Isobel excluded from, or why did she exclude herself from, the social scene after her husband died? People like Isobel usually find themselves very well supported when widowed; old or even just older ladies are brilliant at looking after each other. They are conscious that they will probably outlive their husbands even if their husbands live to an old age and they are usually very good to someone when a husband turns his toes up. I have always been very impressed with the old dears’ support network, it outdoes anything that the Social Services or charidees rustle up.
Isobel wouldn’t have necessarily felt lonely in Cossington. People in rural poverty have a hard time particularly if they can’t afford to run a car, but someone of Isobel’s class and means doesn’t.
Electing for trial by jury isn’t brazening anything out. It is one’s right when charged with certain offences and in north Wales people who had the option often went for jury trial because the magistrates were known to be corrupt. When there was the attempt by the gang in 2002 to stitch me up for ‘threatening to kill Alun Davies’, I was offered the choice and I went for jury trial. The charges were withdrawn on the first day of the trial. I wonder if that would have happened if those we know and love had known that I would be facing the corrupt magistrates? The gang still tried to rig the outcome though, because when I opted for jury trial the case was transferred to the list of the corrupt judge Huw Daniel, who is not only a friend of Dafydd, but Daniel’s father was as well. See previous posts eg. ‘Tan yn Llyn’.
Why was Isobel convicted in a London magistrates court if the offence was committed in Leicester and she opted for jury trial anyway?
Isobel’s ‘shame’ seems to have been an emotion attributed to her by third parties, rather than one felt by herself, in the way that in north Wales third parties were told that Empowered Service Users felt stigmatised by having been in the North Wales Hospital. Most of us didn’t actually, it was the spirit of the Blitz in there, it was other people, usually health and social care staff, who would desperately whisper ‘don’t tell anyone you’ve been in there’. It was because the institution had a reputation so grim that if you were known to have Been In There, a few brave souls would tentatively say ‘what’s it like in there? We’ve heard it is really bad…’
It is possible to kill oneself by chucking an electric fire in the bath, a man in a village in Somerset who lived near me did it when I was about 10. A postman of 55 yrs old and it caused a lot of horror and shock. But as with suicides by hanging, overdose etc, if one is a murderer who knows what one is doing and is networked with corrupt professional people, including Top Docs, Isobel’s chosen suicide method can be staged by a murderer.
Cause of death ‘uremia’? Uremia is caused by kidney failure. Why was that given as the cause of death? Who was the Top Doctor who was responsible?At who’s request was there no postmortem and a hasty cremation?
Someone should have consulted Sir William Asscher of Westminster Paedophiles HQ, St George’s, re that uremia, Asscher was a renal specialist.
Isobel Barnett had been married to a solicitor who was a Leicester City Councillor; the organised abuse in Leicester largely targeted children in the care of the Social Services and in schools, the domain of the Councillors. Being a solicitor, Barnett will have known another Barnet ie. Barnet Janner, Greville’s dad, a lawyer who held Greville’s seat before Greville. Barnet was originally from south Wales and for many years he was a Liberal Party politician – just like Mr Thrope – before he switched to Labour. See previous posts. Barnet was part of the Westminster Paedophile Ring.
When the Kirkwood Report was published after the jailing of the Leicestershire social worker Frank Beck in Nov 1991, Andrew Kirkwood made it clear that the Councillors and police had been inexplicably negligent in allowing the abuse by Beck to have continued for so long on such a vast scale. It was admitted that magistrates and local lawyers knew about it. I know from my own experiences that the Top Docs, including James Earp, one of the leading forensic psychiatrists in Leicester, were facilitating the ring in Leicestershire and that they were networked with Dafydd’s gang. See post ‘An Expert From England’. Furthermore the ring in Leicestershire went back years and Joe Orton, as a teenager growing up on the Saffron Lane estate, the wrong side of the tracks by Leicester standards, was probably targeted back then. See previous posts.
Dr James Earp of Leicester who concealed the wrongdoing of Dafydd and the gang in 1987-88, was involved in a high profile scandal a few years later, when a convicted murderer escaped from Earp’s secure unit with help from the inside and then used a loophole in the Mental Health Act in an attempt to ensure that he would remain free for ever. Not only was Earp remarkably unconcerned about what had happened, but information made public suggested that the murderer was not mentally ill but was a violent man who had killed his wife and then used a network of crooked lawyers and Top Docs in Leicester to ensure that he ended up in Earp’s care, from which the network then helped him escape. See post ‘Gwlad y Menig Gwynion’.
Leicester University were colluding with the ring to an enormous extent, particularly the Medical School, but pretty much everyone at a senior level knew that there was organised abuse and associated serious criminality in the region. See post ‘Radical Leicester and Some Other Free Radicals’ and ‘Life In Cold Blood’. It was only revealed sometime after the Kirkwood Report was published that Andrew Kirkwood QC made an agreement with Greville Janner to keep Janner’s name out of the Report. Who else’s name might have been helpfully left out?
In 1981, Dr Leonard Arthur, a paediatrician in Leicester, was prosecuted for the attempted murder of a newborn baby with Down syndrome. The case only ever came to police attention because of a horrified Angel who witnessed what Arthur had done and contacted the police. Arthur was defended by George Carman and was portrayed by the press as a Caring Top Doc who was Doing His Humane Best. Features of the case not flagged up in the media were that the baby had no problems apart from Down’s; that the life expectancy and quality of life enjoyed by people with Down’s had by 1981 improved greatly from the dire prognoses of earlier generations; that Arthur really had helped the baby into the afterlife in a big way; Arthur had ordered Angels to leave the baby next to an open window, unwrapped – it was winter – and Arthur had also prescribed regular doses of iv opiates to ensure that the baby wouldn’t last long.
At the trial George Carman found an Angel who testified that Leonard Arthur had saved her son’s life and ooh he wouldn’t be here now if it wasn’t for Dr Arthur. Carman was famous for producing those sorts of rabbits out of hats. Arthur was acquitted. See previous posts…
Before Carman stayed in Leicester for Arthur’s trial, he was planning to take up a judicial post in the Far East. He had become well-known after successfully defending Thorpe, but he was still broke – Carman was a big time gambler and ran up huge gaming debts – and felt that his career wasn’t going anywhere in Britain. Carman changed his mind about leaving the UK while he was in Leicester, but no-one knew why. He also soon achieved huge success and the dosh rolled in a very big way.
At the time of Arthur’s trial, no-one pointed out that this was a paediatrician who worked in a city in which every Top Doc was colluding with a big, very dangerous paedophile ring. It was just the usual case of ah the doctors they were wonderful.
Isobel died in Oct 1980. Mr Thrope, the Leader of the Liberal Party, had been acquitted at the Old Bailey the year before. In 1983, Frank Beck was elected as a Liberal Councillor in Leicestershire for Blaby, which was the Parliamentary constituency of Nigel Lawson. Mr Thrope would have known the Tories in the Westminster Paedophile Ring, including Sir Peter Morrison, who was Lord Commissioner of the Treasury when Lawson was Chancellor of the Exchequer. Peter Morrison was a member of Dafydd’s gang and abused boys in care in north Wales and elsewhere. His sister Dame Mary was Woman-of-the-Bedchamber to Lilibet. Mr Thrope’s wife Miriam had previously been married to Lilibet’s cousin. Mr Thrope used to boast of having slept with both Ma’am Darling and her husband Lord Snowdon.
While Mr Thrope stood trial at the Old Bailey, Mary Wynch was unlawfully banged up in the North Wales Hospital by Dafydd. By the time that Isobel died of Shame and Uremia, Dafydd and the gang knew that Mary had contacted lawyers, was not going to shut up and that they could be in serious shit.
Being from Top Doctor stock, Isobel would also have known that the Top Docs to the Royals eg. George Pinker, Jof Davies, Arthur Dickinson Wright etc (see previous posts) were colluding with the Westminster Paedophile Ring. She’d have known that the hubs were at St George’s, Tommy’s and the Maudsley and she’d have known about Sir Dugald Baird’s wrongdoing in Aberdeen and of course she’d have known about the Edinburgh and Glasgow Universities contingent. See previous posts…
Then there were Isobel’s BBC contacts… David Attenborough’s father Frederick was the Principal of what became Leicester University, 1932-51 and lived with his family on campus. Leicester University really maxed out on famille Attenborough and continues to do so.
Poor old Isobel. I wonder if she had let something slip one day, even long ago and someone decided that this was not a risk that they were prepared to take, especially in view of to whom she had been married. Who died quite prematurely himself. James Earp was in post when Isobel died, he was by then a senior psych leading the forensic service in Leicestershire.
The Network Of Corruption sought an Expert Opinion on me from James Earp after the plan to have me fitted up for ‘attempting to stab a doctor’ in July 1987 unravelled and I was charged with a minor public order offence instead. The Gang had been planning it all since well before the June 1987 election and the Windbag was on board; he really thought that Labour were going to win in 1987. Greville thought that he would be in Gov’t. Although the people who were in Gov’t colluded with exactly the same criminality. The police had managed to imprison Professor Ollie Brooke, a major player in the Westminster Paedophile Ring and a pan-European trafficking gang, only to see Lord Chief Justice Lane allow Ollie’s appeal in May 1987. By the time that Thatch was back again as PM, Ollie had been released.
James Earp must have been a Very Safe Pair Of Hands Indeed.
By the way, the uremia or a similar effect could have been the result of poisoning with the right salt solution.
During the late 1970s there was publicity regarding cases of distressed people being prosecuted for shoplifting trivial items. The prevailing stereotype was that of the middle-aged menopausal lady putting things in her bag and forgetting to pay for them. There was also discussion a la Greville in that self-service supermarkets might make it easy for honest people to inadvertently ‘shoplift’ items. By the early 1980s it was common for people involved in such incidents to seek a Court Report by a Top Doc. The Top Doc would be required to give their opinion on mens rea ie. criminal intent. I know for a fact that Tony Francis was writing those reports for people in Gwynedd in the mid-1980s and it was on that basis that local professional people thought him much more competent that Dafydd et al.
While Tony Francis provided sensible, thoughtful expert witness reports for trivial shoplifting cases, discussing mens rea, Empowered Service Users were being dragged through the Court on the basis of bare-faced lies and fabricated evidence. I did not ever hear of any discussion re mens rea when Empowered Service Users were arrested on the say so of the gang, even among those who went to prison.
MIND, or as it was known until the early 1970s, the National Association for Mental Health, seems to have been, like the NHS, colluding with the abuse of the most vulnerable from its very beginnings. The National Association for Mental Health evolved from earlier organisations, but its first Chairman as the National Association for Mental Health, 1963-70, was Lord Robin Balneil. While Lord Balnei was Chairman, the NAMH was already dominated by Dafydd and his network.
Balneil is mentioned in Richard Crossman’s ‘Diaries’. Crossman views him as a ‘gilded young man’ who is not particularly interested in his Parliamentary duties. Robin Balneil was the Tory MP for Hertford, 1955-74 and for Hatfield, Feb-Sept 1974. Sir Alec and Lady Bingley lived in Hertfordshire. Lady Bingley began her involvement with MIND while Balneil was Chairman, but I’m not sure when exactly. Robin Balneil was PPS to the Financial Secretary of the Treasury, Sir Henry Brooke, 1955-57 and to the Minister of Housing and Local Gov’t, 1957-60. So Robin was around during the Profumo Affair and became Chairman of the NAMH the year that Harold Macmillan’s Gov’t fell. Balneil was a Minister in Heath’s Gov’t: Minister of State for Defence, 1970-72 under Secretary of State Lord Carrington and Minister of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs, 1972-74, under Foreign Secretary Sir Alec Douglas-Home.
Henry Brooke, Lord Carrington and Alec Douglas-Home were all Tories with seniority at the time of Profumo and Lord Carrington was part of the group who concealed the Ugandan discussions involving Mountbatten and the gay spies in the Admiralty (see ‘The Defence Of The Realm’) and spent the rest of his life continuing with the cover-up. Lord Carrington served as First Lord of the Admiralty under Macmillan, 1959-63 and was then Leader of the House of Lords under Douglas-Home until Oct 1964 when the Tories lost power.
In a 1977 letter discussing the policy of torture of Irish republican internees during ‘Operation Demetrius’ in August 1971, the then Home Secretary Merlyn Rees attributed the origins of the policy of torture in particular to Carrington.
Carrington was the man trusted to cover up the most sensitive aspects of the Westminster Paedophile Ring: Mountbatten, the Admiralty and the Kincora Boys’ Home. Carrington gained the reputation of being the only member of Thatch’s Cabinet with any integrity because of his resignation as Foreign Secretary when Argentina invaded the Falklands, but he concealed and orchestrated some very nasty stuff, including the murders of children who were witnesses. He’ll have pulled out all the security services stops to have done it as well.
Carrington Chaired the Lancaster House conference in 1979, which brought to an end Rhodesia’s Bush War. He later expressed his support for Mugabe over Ian Smith. Lord Carrington served as Secretary General of NATO, 1984-88. Just some of his non-political posts are: Chancellor of the University of Reading; Chairman of Christie’s; Director of Barclays Bank, Schweppes and the Daily Torygraph. See previous posts for further details of Carrington and his background and network.
A Very Guilty Man:
Gang Rape Of Children; Sex With Animals; Victims of Sex Offenders Kept in a Dungeon…
So throughout the 1960s and 70s, MIND was primarily concerned with concealing the organised abuse and serious crime committed by the Seriously Posh and those of High Rank in the Forces. It the wake of that, people associated with the NCCL and other organisations with links to self-identified paedophiles’ rights groups joined in the party at MIND…
Robin Balneil was of the Seriously Posh contingent. He was heir to the 28th Earl of Crawford and 11th of Balcarres. He became a life peer in 1974 and in 1975 succeeded his father as the Earl of Crawford and Balcarres.
Wiki supplies the following info on Robin Balneil, friend of Gwynne and Dafydd:
Robert Alexander Lindsay, 29th Earl of Crawford and 12th Earl of Balcarres, KT, GCVO, PC,DL (born 5 March 1927), styled Lord Balniel between 1940 and 1975, is a Scottish hereditary peer and Conservative politicians. The elder son of the 28th Earl of Crawford and 11th Earl of Balcarres, he succeeded to the family titles in 1975. Lord Crawford and Balcarres is Premier Earl of Scotland and Chief of Clan Lindsay. He was educated at Eton College and Trinity College, Cambridge.
Crawford was appointed First Crown Estate Commissioner from 1980-85. He was appointed a Knight Grand Cross of the Royal Victorian Order in the Special Honours List published after The Queen Mother’s death.
Gawd Bless Yer Ma’am!
Titles and styles
- Master of Lindsay (1927–1940)
- Lord Balniel (1940–1972)
- Lord Balniel MP (1955–1972)
- The Rt Hon Lord Balniel MP (1972–1974)
- The Rt Hon Lord Balniel (1974–1975)
- The Rt Hon The Lord Balniel, PC (January 1975 – December 1975)
- The Rt Hon The Earl of Crawford and Balcarres, PC (1975–1996)
- The Rt Hon The Earl of Crawford and Balcarres, KT, PC (1996–2002)
- The Rt Hon The Earl of Crawford and Balcarres, KT, GCVO, PC (2002–)
- Chief of Clan Lindsay (1975– )
- Knight of the Thistle 1996
- Knight Grand Cross of the Royal Victorian Order 2002
- Privy Counsellor 4 February 1972
Only the poshest could ensure that abuses as gross as those perpetrated by Dafydd and Gwynne persisted so long!
Lord Robin Balneil, to use one of his many aliases, had an equally interesting dad:
David Alexander Robert Lindsay, 28th Earl of Crawford and 11th Earl of Balcarres, KT, GBE, DL, FRSE (20 November 1900 – 13 December 1975), known as Lord Balniel from 1913 to 1940, was a British Unionist politician.
The Family Seat:
In 1951, Lord Crawford was made a Knight Grand Cross of the Order of the British Empire for his services to the Arts, having been a Trustee of the Tate Gallery, 1932-37, the National Gallery, 1935-41, 1945–52 and 1953-60, the British Museum, 1940-73 and a member of the Standing Commission on Museums and Galleries, 1937-52, Chairman of the Trustees of the National Galleries of Scotland, 1952-72, the Royal Fine Arts Commission, 1943-57 and the Trustees of the National Library of Scotland in 1944.
Lord Lloyd Kenyon held a number of the same public roles as Lord Crawford. Lord Kenyon served as President of UCNW for the best part of 30 years until 1982. His adult son Thomas Tyrell-Kenyon was sexually abusing at least one boy in the care of the Social Services. It was even noted on the boy’s social work file. In the late 1970s, Thomas made a complaint of theft against the boy after having spent the night with him. Among the alleged stolen items were Polaroid porn pics of Thomas and the boy. The boy was sent to a detention centre. Thomas faced no charges at any point; he died of an AIDS related illness in 1993. Lord Kenyon was Chairman of Clwyd Health Authority, a member of the North Wales Police Authority, a magistrate, the most senior Freemason in north Wales and much more besides… See previous posts eg. ‘A Bit More Paleontology’.
Lord Crawford was elected a Fellow of the Royal Society of Edinburgh in 1953. He was awarded the Order of the Thistle in 1955 for his time spent as Rector of St Andrews University, 1952-55.
Dafydd’s mate Professor Robert Bluglass studied at St Andrews during the 1950s. My post ‘Remember Girls – Never Get Into A Car With A Stranger’ supplies details of other Top Doctors associated with St Andrews.
Lord Crawford died at Balcarres House, Colinburgh, Fife on 13 December 1975. He is buried in the family chapel at Balcarres House.
On 9 December 1925, Lord Crawford had married Mary Katherine Cavendish (the third daughter of Lord Richard Frederick Cavendish) and they had three sons:
- Dafydd’s mate, Robert Alexander, 29th Earl of Crawford and 12th Earl of Balcarres (b. 1927)
- Hon. Patrick Lindsay (1928–1986)
- Hon. Thomas Richard Lindsay (b. 1937)
Lord Crawford died in 1975, aged 75 and his titles passed to his eldest son, Robert.
Sir Alec and Lady Juliet Bingley’s son William who so loyally colluded with Dafydd and the gang for most of his adult life (see previous posts) was a solicitor who bagged the job of Legal Director at MIND while his mum was Chair of MIND. William took over as Legal Director from Larry Gostin.
Lawrence Oglethorpe Gostin is an American law Professor who specialises in Public Health Law. He is best known as the author of the Model State Emergency Health Powers Act. Larry Gostin received his BA in Psychology from the State University pf New York at Brockport in 1971 and his JD from Duke University in 1974. Gostin was an adjunct Professor at Harvard University, 1986-94 and is (as of 2007) a Professor of Law at Georgetown University’s Law Center and a Professor of Law and Public Health at Johns Hopkins University’s School of Hygiene and Public Health.
After his stint at MIND, Gostin was General Secretary of the NCCL, Jan 1984-85. n the United Kingdom. He was Executive Director of the American Society for Law, Medicine and Bioethics, 1986-94. Gostin worked on Hillary Clinton’s health plan, serving as Chairman of the Health Information Privacy and Public Health committees of the President’s Task Force on Healthcare Reform.
Gostin proposed Model State Emergency Health Powers ignited a firestorm of controversy across the ideological spectrum, for being overly broad and ripe for abuse.
Here’s the template:
Gostin is the Linda D. and Timothy J. O’Neill Professor of Global Health Law at the Georgetown University Law Center, where he directs the O’Neill Institute for National and Global Health Law. He is also Professor of Public Health at the Johns Hopkins University and Director of the Center for Law & the Public’s Health at Johns Hopkins and Georgetown Universities -A Collaborating Center of the World Health Organization and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Gostin is Adjunct Professor of Public Health (Faculty of Medical Sciences) and Research Fellow (Centre for Socio-Legal Studies) at Oxford University.
Gostin chairs a World Health Organization project on the law and ethics of public health strategies for pandemic influenza and is leading a drafting team on developing a Model Public Health Law for the World Health Organization.
In 1994, the Chancellor of the State University of New York conferred an Honorary Doctor of Laws Degree on Gostin. In 2006, Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II and the Vice Chancellor awarded Gostin Cardiff University’s highest honour, an Honorary Fellow.
Gostin is an elected lifetime Member of the Institute of Medicine, National Academy of Sciences. In 2006, the IOM awarded Gostin the Adam Yarmolinsky Medal. He has received the Rosemary Delbridge Memorial Award from the National Consumer Council (U.K.) for the person “who has most influenced Parliament and government to act for the welfare of society.” Gostin also received the Key to Tohoko University (Japan) for distinguished contributions to human rights in mental health. At the CDC Public Health Law Conference in 2006, he received the Public Health Law Association Distinguished Lifetime Achievement Award “in recognition of a career devoted to using law to improve the public’s health.” Gostin is an elected fellow of the Hastings Center, an independent bioethics research institution.
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