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#OpIlluminatusPiedPiper #OpCrazyIvan – Conservative MP Harvey Proctor interviewed by police investigating claims that 3 children were murdered during a VIP paedophile sex party – name given to police by at least two alleged victims – Operation Midland – Dolphin Square – 9 current & former senior politicians alleged to be involved in child abuse

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Disgraced former Tory MP Harvey Proctor interviewed by police investigating claims three children were murdered during VIP paedophile sex party

  • The 68-year-old was interviewed by detectives under caution yesterday
  • Understood to have been questioned for six hours at local police station
  • Name said to have been give to police by at least two alleged victims of underage sex ring 

Disgraced former Tory MP Harvey Proctor was interviewed under caution yesterday by detectives investigating claims that three children were murdered during a VIP paedophile sex party.

The 68-year-old is understood to have been questioned for six hours at his local police station before being allowed to go.

Mr Proctor’s name is said to have been given to police by at least two alleged victims of the underage sex ring.

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Disgraced former Tory MP Harvey Proctor has been interviewed under caution  by detectives investigating claims that three children were murdered during a VIP paedophile sex party

Disgraced former Tory MP Harvey Proctor has been interviewed under caution by detectives investigating claims that three children were murdered during a VIP paedophile sex party

A ‘credible’ eyewitness claimed three underage boys were murdered at one of the sex parties by a Conservative MP.

Detectives spent two days searching Mr Proctor’s sprawling Belvoir Castle home near Grantham, Lincolnshire, in March after his name was passed to officers by campaigning Labour MP John Mann.

In a statement, Scotland Yard said last night: ‘A man in his 60s from Grantham was interviewed under caution after attending a local police station by appointment at 12pm [yesterday].

‘He was not arrested. He was interviewed by Metropolitan Police Service Officers working on Operation Midland.

Mr Proctor’s name is said to have been given to police by at least two alleged victims of the underage sex ring

Mr Proctor’s name is said to have been given to police by at least two alleged victims of the underage sex ring

‘He left the police station at 6pm. He will not be subject to any police bail conditions. We are not prepared to discuss this further.’

The Metropolitan Police set up Operation Midland in November after officers working on an investigation into historic sex abuse were made aware of the alleged homicides.

Mr Proctor, the former MP for Basildon, quit Parliament in 1987 after admitting he had indulged in ‘spanking sessions’ with rent boys.

The Tory politician, nicknamed ‘Wacko’, pleaded guilty to gross indecency after ordering rent boys as young as 17 and ordering them to call him ‘Sir’.

He has always strongly denied being involved in the alleged Westminster paedophile ring or having any knowledge of the murders, and described the recent allegations as a ‘Kafka-esque fantasy’.

Victims have claimed that ‘powerful men’ abused boys at the luxury Dolphin Square complex in Pimlico, South West London, in the 1970s and 1980s.

It is thought investigators are gathering information about nine current and former senior politicians alleged to be involved in the abuse.

Detectives are also understood to be examining allegations against numerous public figures in the military and law enforcement.

After his home was raided, Mr Proctor told BBC Radio 4: ‘I was a discreet person and regarded in the House of Commons as a very independent MP and a loner.

‘I believe the number of victims grows by the day, and the number of alleged perpetrators – through death – diminishes. That is a problem. It’s certainly a problem for me. My problem is that I am still very much alive.’

Source: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3130800/Disgraced-former-Tory-MP-Harvey-Proctor-interviewed-police-investigating-claims-three-children-murdered-VIP-paedophile-sex-party.html

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BREAKING NEWS: Harvey Proctor is CLEARED of triple murder and child abuse claims as £3m Operation Midland finally ends

  • Former Tory MP has always denied being part of VIP paedophile ring
  • Allegations were made by suspected serial fantasist known as ‘Nick’ 
  • He was told today that police were taking no further action against him 
  • Ex-politician calls for public inquiry into Operation Midland, the probe sparked by the claims 
Former Tory MP Harvey Proctor (pictured) was today formally cleared of child abuse and murder allegations as Scotland Yard's £3million Operation Midland finally came to an end

Former Tory MP Harvey Proctor (pictured) was today formally cleared of child abuse and murder allegations as Scotland Yard’s £3million Operation Midland finally came to an end

Former Tory MP Harvey Proctor was today formally cleared of child abuse and murder allegations as Scotland Yard’s £3million Operation Midland finally came to an end.

For more than a year, Mr Proctor, 69, has strenuously denied historic allegations that he was part of a VIP paedophile ring that murdered three boys.

Mr Proctor is understood to be the last living person under investigation over the allegations of serial murder and abuse which were made against him and other high-profile figures by a solitary witness, and suspected serial fantasist known as ‘Nick’.

Today, the former member for Basildon and Billericay was told that police would be taking no further action against him, and called for a public inquiry into Operation Midland, the probe that was sparked by the allegations.

The decision to clear Mr Proctor is a humiliating climbdown for the Met, which had previously described his accuser’s allegations as ‘credible and true’.

‘I have been advised that the Metropolitan Police Service have informed my solicitors that they intend to take no further action with regard to my involvement with Operation Midland,’ he said.

‘I wish to make a short statement. I will make a longer one on the publication of my book “Credible and True. The Political and Personal Memoir of K. Harvey Proctor” on Tuesday, 29th March 2016.

‘I believe Operation Midland should now be the subject of a truly independent public inquiry.

‘I consider that Sir Bernard Hogan-Howe, Patricia Gallan, Steve Rodhouse and Kenny McDonald should tender their resignations from the Metropolitan Police Service forthwith.’

He also called for Nick and news website ExaroNews, which has run a series of stories on the investigation, to be prosecuted for allegedly ‘seeking to pervert the course of justice’.

He added: ‘I wish to thank my family and friends, my solicitors Raza Sakhi and Nabeel Gatrad of Sakhi Solicitors, Leicester and commend the free, inquisitive and independent minded media, who have all supported me over the last year.’

The decision to clear Mr Proctor was revealed exclusively by the Mail last month.

At lunchtime today, a senior officer updated Mr Proctor’s solicitor on the bungled 15 month investigation, which has seen the former MP interviewed under caution and his home in Pontefract, West Yorkshire, raided by police.

Mr Proctor, who was twice interviewed under caution as part of Operation Midland, consistently denied any wrongdoing, and said he was the victim of a homosexual witch hunt.

As revealed by the Mail last month, Operation Midland, which has involved 27 officers and cost more than £2million, had uncovered no evidence to substantiate claims that senior politicians and defence chiefs had been part of a murderous paedophile ring.

Mr Proctor, pictured in 1987, has strenuously denied allegations that he was part of a VIP paedophile ring that murdered three boys

Mr Proctor, pictured in 1987, has strenuously denied allegations that he was part of a VIP paedophile ring that murdered three boys

The decision to clear Mr Proctor (pictured at his shirt shop in 1992) is a humiliating climbdown for the Met, which had previously described his accuser’s allegations as ‘credible and true’

The decision to clear Mr Proctor (pictured at his shirt shop in 1992) is a humiliating climbdown for the Met, which had previously described his accuser’s allegations as ‘credible and true’

The main witness, who uses the pseudonym Nick, has been discredited as a fantasist and critics have called for him – and anyone who encouraged him to make false allegations – to be prosecuted for perverting the course of justice.

Nick claimed to have witnessed the murder of three boys by a gang including former Prime Minister Edward Heath, the late ex home secretary Leon Brittan and a string of ex-spymasters.

The decision to clear Mr Proctor was revealed exclusively by the Mail last month

The decision to clear Mr Proctor was revealed exclusively by the Mail last month

He also alleged he was abused by Britain’s most distinguished living soldier, Field Marshal Lord Bramall, 92, whose home was raided in front of his dying wife before he was interviewed under caution.

In January, 10 months after police ransacked his home, Lord Bramall, a former head of the Army, was told he would face no charges but since then Met chief Sir Bernard Hogan-Howe has repeatedly refused to apologise to him.

Last month, Sir Bernard was snubbed over a new long-term contract as he tried to justify sending 22 officers to raid Lord Bramall’s home at breakfast time.

The Met chief had originally hoped to receive a three year extension to his current five year deal, but amid the continuing furore over Operation Midland, Theresa May announced he would only get a further 12 months in the job.

The Home Secretary’s decision weakened Sir Bernard’s authority at the Met and led one of his arch critics to brand him a ‘lame-duck’ commissioner who was now effectively on ‘probation’.

Home Office sources believe he will leave later this year. It is believed Mrs May is already giving ‘serious consideration’ to the idea of recruiting his successor from overseas.

The commissioner’s future had been in the balance following the Met’s shambolic child sex investigation into former Armed Forces chief and D-Day veteran Lord Bramall.

In the face of widespread criticism, Sir Bernard launched a fight-back, setting up an ‘independent’ inquiry into his force’s handling of historical sexual allegations against public figures, to be led by retired High Court judge Sir Richard Henriques.

Nick claimed to have witnessed the murder of three boys by a gang including former Prime Minister Edward Heath, the late ex home secretary Leon Brittan and a string of ex-spymasters
He also alleged he was abused by Britain’s most distinguished living soldier, Field Marshal Lord Bramall, 92, whose home was raided in front of his dying wife before he was interviewed under caution

Nick claimed to have witnessed the murder of three boys by a gang including the late ex home secretary Leon Brittan (left) and a string of ex-spymasters. He also alleged he was abused by Britain’s most distinguished living soldier, Field Marshal Lord Bramall, 92, (right) whose home was raided in front of his dying wife

However, the Met chief sparked a secrecy row by saying only the key findings of the report will be made public.

And friends of Lord Bramall and Lord Brittan claimed the move was a ‘blatant’ attempt to kick the row into the long grass.

Lord Brittan’s widow is said to be deeply unhappy about how the Met has handled Nick’s allegations against her late husband, and separate false rape claims made against him by a suspected fantasist known as Jane. The claims made by Nick relate to the period between 1975 and 1984, when he was aged between seven and 16.

Last month, Sir Bernard Hogan-Howe (pictured) was snubbed over a new long-term contract as he tried to justify sending 22 officers to raid Lord Bramall’s home

Last month, Sir Bernard Hogan-Howe (pictured) was snubbed over a new long-term contract as he tried to justify sending 22 officers to raid Lord Bramall’s home

Earlier today, Mr Proctor said deputy Labour leader Tom Watson, fellow Labour MP John Mann and London mayoral candidate Zac Goldsmith ‘should hang their heads in shame’, for making ‘self-serving’ comments on claims that a VIP child sex ring ran out of Westminster.

Mr Proctor accused the Met and other police forces of being ‘the leakiest of bodies’ after details of their investigation, including a search of his home, appeared in the media.

The resulting coverage ‘engulfed me and destroyed my life’, he wrote, as he issued a plea to Parliament to ‘redress the imbalance in the law in favour of people alleging sexual abuse’.

Mr Proctor previously revealed he faced allegations of murder, rape and abuse of young boys as part of of a group of men who abused children in the 1970s and 1980s.

In the letter he criticised some of today’s politicians who, he said, have ‘courted press attention and constituency idolatry’ by publicly commenting on the claims.

He wrote: ‘The likes of Tom Watson, John Mann (who described me on the day of my house search as ‘the first of many’) and Zac Goldsmith should hang their heads in shame – I doubt they will do so as by their words they have shown themselves to be the antithesis of their sobriquet in parliamentary terms, ‘honourable’ men.

‘I only hope in their lives they never face the turmoil that their varying degrees of encouragement to fantasists and the police has caused me this past year.’

Scotland Yard is yet to comment on the future of Operation Midland.

‘Operation Midland, and its ineptitude, should be investigated by Parliament and the lessons learnt applied to all cases,’ Mr Proctor wrote, adding: ‘The Met, and other police constabularies, are the ‘leakiest’ of bodies.

‘Currently to pass on such information to the press or third parties is a disciplinary offence; it should be a criminal one.’

He also attacked the police for stating publicly that they thought Nick’s claims were ‘credible and true’ as he called for Parliament to investigate the probe.

However he also called on MPs to support Mr Hogan-Howe to ‘to stand up to the bullying of the child abuse fantasists on the internet’, as well as make internet companies such as Google liable to defamation laws.

Source: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3502716/Harvey-Proctor-CLEARED-triple-murder-3m-Operation-Midland-finally-ends.html

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