How History repeats itself. After the publication of the Warren Commission report (into the assassination of President Kennedy), 103 of the people interviewed died mysterious and convenient deaths….18 of whom were dead by 1967, just 4 years after the assassination. Even the Sunday Times concluded that the odds against these witnesses being dead by 1967 were one hundred thousand trillion to one. Let’s be very clear about one thing here. The Jimmy Savile scandal goes right the way to the top of our sick establishment. Savile counted amongst his close friends Prince Charles, Ted Heath and Margaret Thatcher. Savile often boasted that he had spent many Christmas dinners in the company of Margaret Thatcher. So how did an incongruous figure like Savile make such inroads into the heart of the establishment? The answer is that Savile did, indeed, “fix it” for the wealthy and the powerful; Savile procured children for the sexual gratification of top establishment figures, including former British Prime Minister Ted Heath. The Thatcher administration was also awash with high profile paedophiles, the names of which I will not mention here for obvious reasons…but some of you will know exactly who they are.
Unfortunately, I feel the death of Savile chauffeur David Smith could be the first in a series of strange deaths and “suicides” connected to operation Yewtree, as the establishment tries to bury a story which, it must be observed, could even topple the Monarchy. Indeed, maybe the first convenient death was Savile himself. The police have always asserted there was nothing suspicious about his death, but given how they failed to stop Savile for all those years – in spite of the fact that Savile was formally interviewed on numerous occasions – one should not read too much into that.
A former BBC driver accused of sex offences has been found dead.
David Smith, 67, from Lewisham, south-east London, had been due to stand trial at Southwark Crown Court for allegedly abusing a boy, 12, in 1984.
A warrant was issued for his arrest on Monday after he failed to attend court.
Smith was charged with two counts of indecent assault, two of indecency and one of a serious sexual offence as part of Operation Yewtree. The cause of his death is not yet known.
Smith was the first person to be charged under the investigation into historical cases of abuse, which was originally set up in the wake of the Jimmy Savile scandal.
It was alleged Smith met his victim at a swimming pool and invited him back to his flat, where he sexually abused him.
He also took the boy on a visit to the BBC studios at White City, in west London. During the journey, the boy claimed, he was indecently assaulted.
Read more here: http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-24722248