A very, very interesting read, if you can spare the time…
It seems that the original 1990′s SCALLYWAG Magazine paedophile investigation has popped-up online, included in it the complete exposé of theNorth Wales Boys Homescandal, and details of a sophisticated child abuse network running through Westminster, and elsewhere.
The SCALLYWAG article in questions is as hot today as it was back then, and names X, Y, and Z - including top Tory Party officials, police, along with other detailed information on men surrounding Bryn Alyn Boys Home in Wrexham, Wales. The article states:
“This ‘rent boy’ ring has operated for more than 20 years, and is still in operation at addresses all over Britain, despite the fact that the mastermind behind it all is at present on bail awaiting trail with 10 specimen cases against him…”
At the time, this particular Scallywag Mag in-depth investigative article from the 1990′s contains pieces of information from other investigations in the Observer, Private Eye, HTV and the Independent on Sunday, all of which were under threat of libel of North Wales ex-Supt Angelsea at the time.
McAlpine: “I have absolutely no sympathy for the adults who committed these crimes”
The magazine was the first to name Lord Alister McAlpine, a man who wasrecently caught up in the BBC’s Newsnight paedophileinvestigation-turned-fiasco, where the police claim to have somehow produced Lord McAlpine’s name (not the BBC), and was said to have sufficient evidence because McAlpine apparently did not sue Scallywag at that time.
This Scallywag article was very controversial at the time and continues to be so today, with speculation that it may have been connected to the bizarre death of the magazine’s editor Angus James, co-founder of Scallywag, who died in Cyprus in 1994 some time after the magazine was investigating the elite paedophile ring.
Photo: Scallywag publisher, Simon Regan
The letter below was penned by Simon Regan, Editor of Scallyway Magazine, and half brother of Angus James Wilson, co-founder of Scallywag, who later died in Cyprus in 1994.
Regan laments the tragic cover-up by the Courts and the Establishment – a concerned shared by most of Britain, especially in the wake of hundreds of different Jimmy Savile revelations. Here’s his letter:
The Waterhouse Report
By Simon Regan
20 February 2000
The fact that the Waterhouse report went as far as it did is highly commendable, and obviously long overdue. But the trouble with any investigation which tries to break through a ‘cult of silence’ is the lingering doubts that it will ever get down to the whole full truth of the matter. Waterhouse is probably merely the tip of the iceberg….
So why are the Law Lords so eager to shut this case down?
It’s an incredible story, but only a proper resourced, independent investigation can do this kind of story justice.
Will we get one this time around?
Good question… good question.