Metropolitan Police & Jimmy Savile

Metropolitan Police is a generic title for the municipal police force for a major metropolitan area, and it may be part of the official title of the force. Sir James Wilson Vincent Savile, OBE, KCSG (31 October 1926 – 29 October 2011) was an English disc jockey, television presenter and media personality, best known for his BBC television show Jim'll Fix It, and for being the first and last presenter of the long-running BBC music chart show Top of The Pops. 5.0/5

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What has happened with the Metropolitan Police 'investigations' into political paedophile rings connected to Jimmy Savile,
Ex-DJ Chris Denning arrested by Operation Yewtree police A man arrested by police over sex offences is former BBC Radio 1 DJ Chris Denning, the BBC understands. The 72-year-old was questioned on Monday as part of the Operation Yewtree police inquiry set up after the Jimmy Savile scandal. Mr Denning faces allegations unrelated to Savile. He is the 13th person to have been held as part of Scotland Yard's investigation. He has been bailed until July. The former DJ was one of the original Radio 1 team when the station was launched in 1967, having been the first announcer heard on BBC2 when the channel took to the air in 1964. He also worked as a music producer for the Beatles, helped launch the careers of the Bay City Rollers and Gary Glitter and ran his own music and video production business. On Tuesday, the Metropolitan Police issued a statement saying that the previous day a 72-year-old man had been arrested on suspicion of sexual offences, taken into police custody and later bailed to return pending furt ...
CHILD ABUSE LINKED TO GOVERNMENTS WORLDWIDE John Gibbin was sexually assaulted in the back of Sir Jimmy Savile's Rolls-Royce at the age of nine. "John Gibbin, of Redcar, also said he reported the matter to the Metropolitan Police in the 1980s – but officers did not even call him back." John Ginnin was at a charity event in Southend, Hants, in 1972, which was being hosted by Savile, when he was lured into Savile’s car and assaulted. Redcar man says Jimmy Savile abused him in back of Rolls Royce ... We can assume that Sir Jimmy Savile worked for some very powerful people. (Spy accused of sexual assault is granted anonymity. Police officer exchanged sordid emails about raping a colleague with paedophile) Savile (centre) was a frequent visitor to schools, hospitals and prisons. Jimmy Savile had keys to the high-security hospital Broadmoor (photo above) where he has been accused of carrying out abuse. Savile would have been able to access patients' rooms. Abuse Claims: Savile Had Keys To Broadmoor "During ...
Jimmy Savile, Garry Glitter, Stewart Hall, Jonathon King and a raft on charges for crimes against children.. surely the time has come to accept that there is a serious paedophile problem and ingrained protection by the state. In my own case, my unlawful arrest followed directly from my reporting of the sexual online grooming of my child. This was then PROMPTLY covered up by upper levels of the Metropolitan Police and the much derided IPCC. The grooming of children for sexual exploitation has moved on from the offices and studios of the BBC to the online world of the internet. If you haven't read it have a look at the article 'WEB OF LIES' addressing the crimes of the police and the IPCC. WHO EXACTLY ARE THEY PROTECTING?
Top story = Police could have stopped Jimmy Savile in the 1960s, says official report
Jimmy Savile abuse investigation: police arrest 65-year-old man: Metropolitan police detain man in south London ...
Jimmy Savile: the full report: A Metropolitan Police report giving the findings of Operation Yewtree, the investigation into Savile's...
“Jimmy Savile abused dying patients in a hospice, a report by the Metropolitan police is expected to disclose.”
Two men have been arrested by detectives investigating the Jimmy Savile abuse scandal. A 53-year-old was held in Hampshire at around 8am and a 59-year-old in west London at around midday, both on suspicion of sexual offences. The allegations are not directly linked to Savile, the Metropolitan Police said. Scotland Yard is leading a national investigation into allegations against disgraced television presenter Savile and a number of other high-profile figures. They have separated the inquiry into three strands: claims against Savile, those involving Savile and others, and those involving others. The latest arrests fall under the "others" strand. So far, officers have questioned 10 people including former pop star Gary Glitter, comedian Freddie Starr and PR guru Max Clifford. Last month police said a total of 31 allegations of rape had been made against former Top of The Pops presenter Savile, who died in October 2011. Will update when I get further news Some 589 people have come forward with information re ...
Max Clifford has strongly denied the "damaging and totally untrue" historical sex abuse allegations against him. The publicist was arrested this morning (December 6) by officers from Operation Yewtree, the investigation set up in the wake of the Jimmy Savile controversy. Clifford has since been released by Metropolitan Police on bail and delivered a statement outside the central London station. Confirming that he is facing two accusations dating back to 1977, the 69-year-old said: "These allegations are damaging and totally untrue. "On a personal level, they are very distressing for myself, my wife and loved ones. "Anyone who really knew me all those years ago, and those who have known me since, will have no doubt that I would never act in the way I have today been accused."
Clifford denies claims Max Clifford, the celebrity PR agent, has denied “damaging and totally untrue allegations” of historical sexual abuse claims against him after he was released on bail by the Metropolitan Police. Mr Clifford was arrested yesterday morning and is the latest high-profile figure to be arrested in the Operation Yewtree case. His arrest is not connected to the allegations against Jimmy Savile. Charlotte Harris, of Mischon de Reya, is representing Mr Clifford. Elsewhere, Stuart Hall, the BBC commentator, has protested his innocence after being charged with the indecent assault of three young girls. Speaking through his solicitor, Louise Straw at BCL Burton Copeland, he said that he was angry about the way he was arrested, and has criticised the “leaks to the media” which he said give a misleading impression about the case. Financial Times, Page: 4 The Times, Page: 1 The Times, Page: 9 07/12/12
UK Police cont. severe and provocative violent witness intimidation. Jimmy Savile archive recordings handed back to Metropolitan Police
I can write this with no fear of libel action; you cannot libel the dead. It has been reported that Heath (British Prime Minister 1970-74) was known to rent boys in London, would hang around public toilets and had been warned by the Special Branch and Metropolitan Police that his actions would risk ...
Crime News Headlines FBI: Crime reported to police fell last year The number of violent crimes reported to police decreased 3.8 percent last year to 1.2 million, the fifth straight year of declines, the FBI announced Monday. FBI: Crime Reported to Police Fell Violent crime reported to police decreased for fifth straight year; property crime down too Reports: UK rocker arrested as part of Savile case FILE - In this Jan, 11, 2000 file photo, British performer Gary Glitter, during a press conference in London. Police investigating the sex abuse scandal surrounding late BBC children's television host Jimmy Savile have arrested pop star Gary Glitter in connection with the case, British media said Sunday, Oct. 28, 2012. Metropolitan Police said they arrested a man in his 60s early Sunday morning at his London home, on suspicion of sexual offenses, and that he remains in custody in a London police station. (AP Photo/Alastair Grant, File)Police investigating child sex abuse allegations against the late BBC televi ...
Reuters reporting Metropolitan Police & Scotland Yard preparing to make arrests in the Jimmy Savile abuse case, codenamed Operation Yewtree.
The Metropolitan police are examining 340 (& counting) lines of enquiry concerning allegations of sexual abuse committed by Jimmy Savile
Metropolitan Police investigating Jimmy Savile sex abuse claims are pursuing 340 lines of inquiry in
The Metropolitan Police are pursuing 340 lines of inquiry in Jimmy Savile abuse case including 40 potential victims, the force said tonight.
Scotland Yard say they have received complaints of alleged sexual abuse by Jimmy Savile stretching back four decades. The news comes after the NSPCC set up a hotline for people who believe they were abused by Mr Savile to contact them. The organisation says they recieved seventeen allegations of sexual abuse against Savile and 21 allegations against others. Officers say they now have 120 lines of inquiry from alleged victims, witnesses and third parties. Among the claims, police say they have recorded two allegations of rape and six allegations of indecent assault. The youngest alleged victim is 13 years old. Sky's crime correspondent, Martin Brunt, who attended a briefing by detectives at Scotland Yard, said: "This information relates to a joint assessment between Scotland Yard officers and the NSPCC. "The NSPCC say they have received about 40 calls so far to their hotline. They wanted it to be made clear that those 21 other allegations about people who are not Jimmy Savile, were not necessarily related ...
Metropolitan Police has taken charge of assessing Jimmy Savile allegations: As the number... ::
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