British Prime Minister Heath, child abuser?

This video from England says about itself:

Sir Edward Heath named in child sex abuse investigation

3 August 2015

Wiltshire Police appeals for anyone who believes they may have been victim of former Prime Minister as IPCC announces inquiry into handling of claims.

From daily The Independent in Britain:

Edward Heath ‘child sex abuse‘ allegation: Investigation to be held into Wiltshire police handling of alleged claim in the 1990s

The Independent Police Complaints Commission (IPCC) will be conducting the investigation

Loulla-Mae Eleftheriou-Smith

Monday 03 August 2015

The police watchdog is to investigate Wiltshire police’s handling of a child sex abuse claim allegedly made against former Prime Minister Sir Edward Heath in the 1990s.

The force is to be probed after allegations made by a retired senior officer were referred to the Independent Police Complaints Commission (IPCC).

An IPCC spokesman said it is to investigate “allegations concerning Wiltshire Police’s handling of an alleged claim of child sexual abuse made in the 1990s”.

He added: “It is alleged that a criminal prosecution was not pursued, when a person threatened to expose that Sir Edward Heath may have been involved in offences concerning children.

“In addition to this allegation, the IPCC will examine whether Wiltshire Police subsequently took any steps to investigate these claims.”

Heath, a Conservative, was prime minister between 1970 and 1974 and had a home in Wiltshire county. He died in 2005.

Read more:

Edward Heath ‘child sex abuse claims’: Full statement by the IPCC
Edward Health ‘child sex claims’: Wiltshire Police statement in full

Wiltshire Police said it is carrying out enquiries to identify if there are any witnesses or victims who support the allegations of child sex abuse.

A police spokesperson said: “On becoming aware of the information, Wiltshire Police informed the IPCC and later made a mandatory referral. The IPCC investigation will specifically consider how the force responded to allegations when they were received in the 1990s.

“Sir Edward Heath has been named in relation to offences concerning children. He lived in Salisbury for many y[e]ars and we would like to hear from anyone who has any relevant information that may assist us in our enquiries or anyone who believes they may have been a victim.”

“We take all reports of child abuse, either current or that occurred in the past very seriously. Victims will receive support throughout any investigation and associated judicial process.

“If there is evidence of offences having been committed we will ensure that, if possible, those responsible are held to account through a thorough and detailed investigation. This includes any other parties who are identified as having been involved in child sex abuse.”

Wiltshire Police stressed that it is working with the NSPCC to ensure that any victims are appropriately supported and urged people to contact the force and not to suffer in silence.

Wiltshire Police and Crime Commissioner Angus Macpherson said his office has monitored the process of the investigation “at every stage,” adding that he will be “watching closely to see if any evidence of corruption or poor practice is uncovered”.

“My priority as Commissioner is to put the interests of victims at the heart of everything we do, as well as holding the Force to account for its performance,” he said.

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“We have often seen from high profile national cases that victims, who have not spoken of their abuse for many years, find their voice and speak out. I want any victims of child sex abuse, whether current or historic, to know they can have confidence in the service they will receive from Wiltshire Police.”

NSPCC chief executive Peter Wanless said it is important that those who believe they may have been the victims of abuse have the confidence to speak up.

“Whether abuse happened in the past, or is occurring today, whether those being accused are authority figures or not, allegations of crimes against children must be investigated thoroughly.

“While some people wait years before speaking out we would urge them to act quickly so they can get help as soon as possible. Our trained helpline counsellors are always on duty round the clock to listen and provide assistance.”

Ted Heath: police appeal for victims to come forward over child abuse claims. Metropolitan police detectives have spoken to a man who came forward more than two years ago and claims he was a victim of Heath when he was a teenager: here.

See also here.

10 thoughts on “British Prime Minister Heath, child abuser?

  1. The few who become known as child abusers cover the true amount of those who abuse children that remain unknown, the latest public figure to be known to the public is a reflection of how depraved our political leaders are, this is a result of a long standing situation of the old school club such as Eton and prominent universities having long been beyond the reach of law, the abuse of the general public who many not only pay high taxation for questionable activities such as militaristic excursions of a doubtful nature other than cost to the native population and great cost abroad to those unlucky enough to become targets of British Imperialistic violence, not only the elite well embedded in trade and restrictive embargoes upon the nations abroad and through the stock exchange and other methods of victimization destroy not only individuals self worth at home but also violate and destroy the culture and self worth of nations abroad.
    The complicit engagement of the lower and middle classes with a criminal elite must be accessed and brought into focus and acted upon, here we must acknowledge the value of police having taken action upon these criminals in high places, it is my belief a new generation of police are coming into the fore and as such need to be congratulated on courage for their contribution.


    • IF investigation will find out that Prime Minister Heath was indeed a child abuser, then he will have one thing in common with Jimmy Savile and some other establishment child abusers: the investigation will be after his death. In Heath’s case, even longer after death than in Savile’s case.

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      • The disturbing aspect of people such as Savile’s and Heaths criminality is it is after the horse has bolted, both have gone to their deaths with no acknowledgement of their crimes coming to light in the public domain, it is disturbing to think how many more whom are living will eventually go to their death with no punishment for their crimes? only to be revealed after death, here the police must be reluctant to charge these people and to some extent culpable for taking a political stance rather than seeking justice for the victims.
        The making of the elite which is what the ruling elite requires this control of the mass public’s mind shown here that those in power in particular seen as ultimate power? can never be trusted, the elite are a collective closed club of institutionalized criminals.


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