‘I do not doubt men in smart cars preyed on boys – but justice requires detective work not hearsay’ (9.11.2012)

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I have known for 20 years the inside story of the inquiry into the paedophile ring that, last month, the MP Tom Watson, implied was shut down to protect a No 10 aide in the Thatcher administration.
‘I do not doubt men in smart cars preyed on boys – but justice requires detective work not hearsay ‘

by Eileen Fairweather

Daily Mail, 9th November 2012

It did not involve Lord McAlpine, the former Tory treasurer, who was subjected to false rumours that linked him to the North Wales care home scandal. They were, Lord McAlpine said yesterday, ”wholly false and seriously defamatory’’. It was, in fact, another aide to Margaret Thatcher. But I don’t believe there is sufficient evidence for it to be legally safe or morally right to point the finger at this person either. Nor was it legally safe or morally right for the TV presenter Phillip Schofield…

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