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BREAKING NEWS: Westminster paedophile ring linked to murders of THREE young boys by detectives
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[quote:Sir France's Beercan:MV8yNzQ2MDE4XzQ3OTI1NjU3XzE4QjA2QUQ=] Just saw this on the news. I assume a few fat bellied peers will be finding their Christmas goose a little dry in the mouth! [/quote]
Police said today they are investigating whether members of a VIP Westminster paedophile ring murdered three young boys at 'abuse parties'.
Scotland Yard detectives are calling on witnesses to come forward if they know anything about boys being killed at Dolphin Square, a block of flats in Pimlico, London.
It is believed that every weekend in the late seventies and early eighties groups of vulnerable boys were smuggled to an address in the exclusive development by the Thames close to Parliament.
There, after being plied with alcohol, they suffered sickening sexual assaults by the rich and powerful including Tory MPs, and one victim says some children were eventually killed.
The Met has launched Operation Midland to probe the claims and said today accounts of murders by an alleged abuse victim appear to be credible but no names and bodies have ever been found.
link to www.dailymail.co.uk
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