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‘The father of pop star Adam Ant has been linked to shock allegations that VIP paedophiles including top politicians raped and murdered children in Westminster.

Alfred Leslie Goddard, whose son had a string of chart hits in the 1980s, was jailed for preying on runaway boys nearly 30 years ago.

The former council porter was a member of a gang that included Britain’s most notorious paedophile, Sidney Cooke, who was later convicted of the sadistic gang rape and killing of a teenage boy and is suspected of murdering many more.’

Read more: Adam Ant’s father dragged into VIP child abuse probe: Alfred Leslie Goddard was jailed for preying on runaway boys nearly 30 years ago

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‘Former Conservative MP Harvey Proctor has denied being involved in a “gruesome” Westminster pedophile ring that allegedly abused, tortured and murdered children in the 1970s and 80s.

Proctor has been interrogated twice over the murder of three boys linked to an alleged VIP pedophile ring involving the late former Prime Minister Sir Edward Heath, the late ex-Home Secretary Leon Brittan and the former heads of MI5 and MI6.

The former Tory MP was questioned under caution as part of Operation Midland, an inquiry into powerful men accused of abusing children in the 70s and 80s.’

Read more: Ex-MP Proctor rejects pedophile and murder claims, accuses police of ‘homosexual witch-hunt’

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‘A retired Army general named by ex-Tory MP Harvey Proctor as part of an alleged VIP paedophile ring has revealed he was interviewed by police but not as a suspect.

General Sir Hugh Beach told the Telegraph police had confirmed to him that no allegation “of any kind” had been made against him.

He said he had been interviewed once by officers but “not in any sense as a suspect”.

The statement came as the family of a former MI5 chief said the first they knew of any investigation by police was when Mr Proctor put his name in the public domain.’

Read more: Retired General named by Harvey Proctor says he was interviewed by police but not as a paedophile suspect

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‘Two men filmed themselves raping a boy in a flat in a notorious complex linked to claims of child abuse by high-profile figures, a former detective says.

A police raid on Dolphin Square in London’s Pimlico area in 1985 uncovered a small-scale film studio in the living room of a first-floor apartment.

Officers were acting on a tip-off that a boy, aged about 11, had been taken into the premises against his will.

A forensic examination came to nothing.

However, a few months later a sickening sex video was seized in the West End in which an officer recognised the flat as the location.’

Read more: Boy’s rape filmed in notorious Dolphin Square

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‘The findings of the Jimmy Savile inquiry are secretly circulating among BBC bosses – but have yet to be shown to victims.

Sources say the long-delayed independent report ‘tears the BBC apart’ and is ‘much worse than expected’. In particular, it is said to show that abuse on the Corporation’s premises was far more widespread than previously feared during the period Savile worked there.

BBC chiefs are also braced for severe criticism over its failure to act on rumours of Savile’s behaviour towards children and young people.’

Read more: Jimmy Savile report ‘tears the BBC apart’: Victims’ fury as findings are secretly handed to Corporation bosses

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‘Comcast Cable Communications has given a northern Illinois politician the identity of an Internet service subscriber whose account was used to post an anonymous comment online suggesting the politician molests children.

Comcast turned over the name of the subscriber on Aug. 14, attorney Andrew Smith said Thursday, almost two months after the Illinois Supreme Court upheld lower court rulings that Internet service providers have no obligation to withhold the identity of a commenter if their comments could be considered defamatory.

The U.S. Supreme Court declined to take up the case, which has played out in an environment of increasing concern about potentially damaging online comments made by anonymous Internet users. Experts generally agree that Internet commenters should know their identity won’t be protected if their comments cross the line into defamation.’

Read more: Comcast releases username that suggested U.S. politician molested children

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‘Six alleged victims of Lord Janner have launched compensation claims against the peer – despite him still possibly facing a criminal trial, it was claimed last night.

Some of the middle-aged men also feature in the court case against the 87-year-old, in which he has been charged with sexually abusing nine boys – and he could now be sued for £2.5million.

It is believed the men first wanted to sue in April when Director of Public Prosecutions Alison Saunders ruled that dementia sufferer Janner could not be charged because he was too ill.”

Read more: Six alleged victims of Lord Janner ‘launch compensation claims against the peer despite fact he may still face a court case’

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‘An ex-aide of former Tory Prime Minister, Sir Edward Heath, shot himself in the head following his arrest for potential child abuse offences. Two days after being questioned by police investigating images on his computer, 40-year-old Nick Edgar killed himself near his parents’ Cambridgeshire estate.

The Sun reports the father of three, who worked as Sir Edward Heath’s Private Secretary in the 1990s, was held by police investigating child abuse crimes in April 2010. Having been questioned again four months later, Edgar shot himself with a shotgun near his parents’ home.

The former Oxford University Union president started working with Sir Edward in 1992 when he was in his early 20s. He worked as his Private Secretary for several years, spending months at the former Prime Minister’s Wiltshire home.’

Read more: Edward Heath’s Former Secretary Shot Himself After Child Abuse Arrest

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