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Leon Brittan was under Met probe over claims of child sex abuse

Former home secretary was subject to major investigation by police at time of his death

By Mark Conrad | 24 January 2015

Scotland Yard was investigating former home secretary Lord Brittan over multiple allegations of sexually abusing boys, Exaro can reveal.

At the time of his death last week aged 75, Brittan was under investigation over historical claims that he sexually abused boys at Dolphin Square, the apartment complex popular with MPs, and other locations.

Until now, Exaro has been unable to name Brittan for legal reasons, mainly the damage to an active police investigation. But the position has changed with Brittan’s death.

Exaro can reveal the key allegations against Brittan that were subject to investigation by the Metropolitan Police Service when he died:

  • that he was a member of the ‘Westminster paedophile network’;
  • that two unidentified men, who were part of the network, murdered a boy in front of him in a physical beating following sexual abuse in around 1981 or 1982;
  • that he sexually abused boys at the Carlton Club in St James’s in London, as well as Dolphin Square and elsewhere.

The abuse survivor known as “Nick” made these allegations initially to Exaro. The detective in charge of the Met paedophile unit’s wide-ranging investigation into politicians asked Exaro to put him in contact with Nick.

Exaro passed on the request, and Nick decided to arrange a meeting with the officer, insisting that our reporter also attended. This led to ‘Operation Midland’, which is investigating allegations against several prominent people of child sex abuse.

The operation is also investigating Nick’s claim that he witnessed members of the paedophile network murder three boys.

At his first meeting with detectives, Nick handed to them a list of 12 VIPs who, he says, sexually abused him. Brittan was named on the list.

Nick picked out Brittan from a large number of pictures shown to him by Exaro, identifying him as one of the men who sexually abused him.

The Met has taken a statement from our reporter on how the picture test was done.

Nick alleged that the ex-minister repeatedly raped him on “more than a dozen” occasions from the age of 11 and other boys, who were between 10 and 14, at “abuse parties” at Dolphin Square and elsewhere.

Asked before the police took up the case how he knew Brittan was one of his abusers, Nick said: “Well, he told me. Not his full name. He told me that it was Leon. And it was only later in my adult life that I then knew who it was.”

Despite the astonishing nature of Nick’s claims about the three murders, police held a briefing for journalists last month to confirm that they believed him.

Detective Superintendent Kenny McDonald, who is leading the Met investigation, said: “Nick has been spoken to by experienced officers from child-abuse teams and experienced officers from murder investigations. They and I believe what Nick is saying to be credible and true.”

Two other witnesses, including one abuse survivor known as “Darren”, also told Exaro and police that Brittan sexually abused them and other boys in Dolphin Square.

Exaro can also reveal that, before Nick came forward, the Met was already investigating, under ‘Operation Fernbridge’, allegations of child sex abuse against Brittan, including claims that he had frequented Elm Guest House, the notorious paedophile brothel in south-west London, to sexually abuse boys.

In addition, the Met has been investigating Brittan over a claim that in 1967, before becoming an MP, he raped a female student known as “Jane”, then aged 19.

Police interviewed Brittan under caution over Jane’s claim. At the interview, he shuffled around in a pair of slippers.

But Brittan was notably sharper on his feet when he was caught in the media glare short afterwards as he attempted to explain what he did with a dossier on VIP paedophiles that was handed to him as home secretary in 1984 by the late Conservative MP, Geoffrey Dickens.

In addition, a Customs officer seized a video that showed child sex abuse in the presence of Brittan. The video was being smuggled into the UK through Dover in 1982.

It is unknown what Brittan was doing on the video. However, no further action was taken.

Detectives seized a separate video that places Brittan at an “abuse party”. Meanwhile, police face calls to continue their investigations into Brittan. If you have information that might help our investigation, please contact us. We hope that this article will encourage more people to come forward with information about Leon Brittan. Keep re-visiting Exaro for more on this investigation.

Source: http://www.exaronews.com/articles/5464/leon-brittan-was-under-met-probe-over-claims-of-child-sex-abuse


Leon Brittan abused me and other children at Westminster VIP paedophile parties: What child-sex victim told police

The former Home Secretary who died last week was at the centre of allegations involving an establishment paedophile ring operating in Westminster

An alleged victim of a Westminster paedophile ring claimed to police that Leon Brittan abused him more than a dozen times.

The witness known as Nick said he also saw most of his friends molested by the former Home Secretary who died on Wednesday aged 75.

Making the bombshell claims, Nick first spoke to investigative website Exaro last year and identified Mr Brittan as being present at VIP abuse parties.

Asked how he knew who he was, Nick told the website: “Well, he told me. Not his full name. He told me that it was Leon. And it was only later in my adult life that I then knew who it was.”

Friends and colleagues of Mr Brittan, ­including former Cabinet Ministers Michael Howard, John Gummer and David Mellor, last week defended his legacy and poured scorn on the allegations.

Mr Howard said: “I think it is a tragedy that his last days were dogged by these quite ­unsubstantiated allegations.”

Mr Gummer, now Lord Deben, branded ­unsubstantiated claims as “wicked” while Mr Mellor said: “I am especially sad he died after he was subjected to unwarranted criticism and innuendo.”

Mr Brittan himself had always strenuously denied any allegation of sexual wrongdoing.

PALeon Brittan
Well connected: Brittan was a key member of Margaret Thatcher’s Tory government

But a major police investigation into paedophile rings at the highest level of the Establishment – which includes testimony against Mr Brittan – continues and witness Nick stands by his account.

Police are also examining claims based on Nick’s evidence that Mr Brittan was present when two unidentified men, who were part of the network, murdered a boy in a physical beating following sexual abuse around 1981 or 1982.

And they have received ­further allegations he sexually abused boys at the Carlton Club in the St James’s area of London, as well as Dolphin Square and elsewhere.

The Sunday People has published a number of stories in the past 12 months into the ­allegations made about Mr Brittan.

The paper decided not to name him because of ­on-going police investigations into the claims.

Campaigning MP Tom Watson has worked closely with survivors since he first raised the issue of a VIP paedophile network with links to Downing Street in 2012.

He said: “Many have urged me over the past two years to reveal allegations against Brittan using parliamentary privilege.

“This allows MPs to say things that are not subject to libel laws. Some will ask why I’ve waited until his death to speak out. The reason is simple. I didn’t want to prejudice any jury trial he might have had to face.”

British Labour MP Tom Watson
Questions: Campaigning MP Tom Watson

Nick says he is devastated after learning of the death of the former Cabinet Minister and fears it may now be too late to get justice.

After handing a list of prominent people who allegedly abused him, including Mr Brittan, to police he is worried that the death will bring ­investigations to a halt.

During an interview with reporters last year, Nick described the abuse he allegedly suffered by Mr Brittan during VIP sex ­parties in London.

Nick said the top ­politician treated boys with “complete contempt”, sexually abusing him “probably every time I was there”.

He added: “He would treat me like I was not even human.”

Asked how he would describe Mr Brittan, he said simply: “Nasty, cruel, sadistic and hateful.”

Although he has declined to comment publicly after an agreement with Scotland Yard detectives, Nick said he was devastated by the death of the man he claims raped him repeatedly at Dolphin Square and feared for the future of the investigation.

Allegations: VIP abuse witness ‘Nick’

He urged police to continue.

A source close to the Metropolitan Police team confirmed they were preparing to revisit an alleged female victim – “Jane” – who claims Mr Brittan raped her while she was a student.

The Met said in a statement on Friday: “A further review of case remains ongoing.”

Jane alleges she was raped by Mr Brittan in 1967 before he became an MP and when she was a student in London aged 19.

The Sunday People revealed Jane’s allegations of how, on a blind date, he tricked her into his flat, locked her in, then raped her .

Following Exaro’s report, Mr Watson wrote a strongly worded letter to the Director of Public Prosecutions, Alison Saunders, asking her to ­review the case.

Ms Saunders put pressure on the Met to interview Mr Brittan about the allegations, in line with police guidelines.

Mr Brittan denied to police that he even knew of the complainant, and entirely rejected the rape allegation.

RexLeon Brittan
Powerful: Brittan before leaving to take up his post as European Commissioner

After learning of his death, Jane said: “We cannot be left high and dry. People need to know the truth about Leon Brittan.

“It was particularly difficult to hear ex-politicians coming forward with flowery tributes at a time when he was still ­under investigation for rape.

“I am sure it is also difficult for all of his alleged victims to hear senior figures refer to these allegations as mere ‘conspiracy theories’.”

Michael, Jane’s partner, added: “It is despairing for his alleged victims to hear lavish tributes.”

Campaigning journalist Don Hale said former Labour cabinet Minister Barbara Castle told him that Mr Brittan was “a man she could not trust”.

She said he was “a powerful man with many secrets” and claimed colleagues “dare not get the wrong side of him”.

REX/POPPERFOTO/GETTY IMAGESLeon Brittan AND Labour MP Barbara Castle
Not to be trusted: Barbara Castle said Brittan was ‘a powerful man with many secrets’

And she was highly critical of Mr Brittan’s handling of a dossier said to have contained the names of VIP ­paedophiles which Tory MP Geoffrey Dickens handed to him in 1983.

Mr Brittan confirmed last year he had received the dossier and it had been handed on to police. But a search of Home Office files could find no trace of it.

Mrs Castle’s own files on the notorious Paedophile Information Exchange, which was urging ministers to legalise sex with children, were seized by Special Branch officers who raided Mr Hale’s weekly ­newspaper office in Bury, Lancs, in 1984.

Mr Hale claims Mrs Castle had warned him that Mr Brittan used Special Branch as his own outfit.

Now campaigners are desperate for the dead politician’s own files to be preserved for investigators.

Alison Millar of law firm Leigh Day, representing abuse victims, said: “It is absolutely vital that fresh efforts are now put into preserving his documents and files to enable the ­inquiry to learn more about what he knew about abuse among Establishment figures during his time in Government.”

A Scotland Yard spokesman said: “We do not comment on ongoing enquiries.”

Voice of the Sunday People: Our biggest duty is to victims of abuse

The Sunday People did not take the decision lightly to name Leon Brittan as an alleged member of a Westminster paedophile ring.

We know we may be accused by his friends of spitting on his grave. We know we may be accused by his family of causing them more pain.

And we know we may be accused by the Establishment of shredding the reputation of a distinguished public servant who can no longer defend himself.

But to do otherwise would be to abdicate our duty towards the ­victims of historical sex abuse.

This newspaper has spent months investigating allegations against Lord Brittan. They are many, varied and credible.

We did not name him because police were also carrying out ­investigations. They believe the ­allegations to be credible too.

Lord Brittan may have appeared before a jury. So our concern was prejudicing a criminal trial.

Not our fate in a libel trial.

His death means survivors of abuse have been denied a shot at the justice they believe they deserve.

Whatever the truth, we are in no doubt that there was a disgraceful Establishment cover-up to protect high-profile paedophiles.

Had that not taken place, this shameful episode would have been resolved long ago.

That is what Theresa May’s ­historical sex abuse inquiry was designed to unveil.

Yet 203 days after she announced it there is still no progress. And Lord Brittan cannot now be a witness.

That is not good enough. It is not good enough for the survivors. It is not good enough for the country.

It is manifestly in the public ­interest for the allegations against Lord Brittan to be publicly tested.

It is a matter of common decency and humanity to ensure survivors get the closure that is their due.

Whatever the truth about Lord Brittan, it cannot be allowed to die with him.

Source: http://www.mirror.co.uk/news/uk-news/leon-brittan-abused-children-westminster-5038101


Leon Brittan buried in unmarked grave in ‘very private funeral’

Fears of vandalism following revelations of Met paedophile unit’s probe into ex-minister

I need the permission of his family to take anyone down to the grave

Staff member, Golders Green Cemetery

Former home secretary Lord Brittan has been buried in an unmarked grave because of fears of vandalism.

Exaro can reveal that a funeral service was held, amid strict secrecy, for family members at Golders Green Jewish Cemetery a week after Brittan’s death.

A family friend and two other sources told Exaro of the “very private funeral” that took place in the early afternoon of Wednesday, January 28.

Gravediggers at the cemetery in north-west London have been briefed about the sensitivity surrounding Brittan’s unmarked burial site, and told to say that they know nothing about it.

As Exaro revealed a fortnight ago, the Metropolitan Police Service was investigating Leon Brittan at the time of his death over multiple allegations of sexually abusing boys.

These include historical claims that he repeatedly raped boys at Dolphin Square in Pimlico near Westminster, the apartment complex popular with MPs, at the Carlton Club in St James’s in central London and other locations. Two unidentified men allegedly murdered a boy in front of Brittan in a physical beating following sexual abuse in around 1981 or 1982.

In addition, the Met has been investigating Brittan over a claim that in 1967, before becoming an MP, he raped a female student known as “Jane”, then aged 19.

The family is worried that Brittan’s grave will be vandalised by people angry about the evidence against him of repeated sexual abuse from those he allegedly attacked.

Despite his death, the Met continues to investigate allegations against Brittan under two operations – ‘Fernbridge’ and ‘Midland’ – as abuse survivors pressed them to do.

As home secretary from 1983 to 1985 in Margaret Thatcher’s Conservative government, Brittan was responsible for the police, Special Branch, and the Security Service, MI5.

As is traditional for Jewish burials, Brittan’s grave is not even marked by flowers. The cemetery waits nine to 11 months before laying a gravestone, usually leaving a white plate in the meantime with the person’s name.

Brittan’s widow, Diana, has asked staff at the cemetery only to take visitors to see the grave with the family’s permission.

One staff member said: “It is an unmarked grave. I need the permission of his family to take anyone down to the grave. We have to respect the family’s wishes.”

Brittan was buried in the west side of Golders Green Cemetery. It is also known as Hoop Lane Cemetery, and the Golders Green Crematorium is on the opposite side of the road.

According to Brittan’s death certificate, he died on Thursday, January 22, aged 75, at his home in Pimlico, central London.

The death certificate was issued just under a week later, on the day of the funeral. It shows that Brittan died of natural causes, from cancer of the bladder and in the blood, and a form of pneumonia.

There will be no inquest.

The cause of death is given in the certificate as “bronchopneumonia”, “haematological neoplasia” and “transitional carcinoma of the bladder”. It was certified by a private GP.

On the day of his death, the Brittan family said in a statement: “Leon passed away last night at his home in London after a long battle with cancer.”

“There will be a private funeral service for family only, and a memorial service to be announced.”

The prime minister led the tributes to Brittan, describing him in a statement as a “dedicated and fiercely intelligent public servant”.

David Cameron said: “As a central figure in Margaret Thatcher’s government, he helped her transform our country for the better by giving distinguished service as chief secretary to the Treasury, home secretary, and secretary of state for trade and industry.

“He went on to play a leading role at the European Commission where he did so much to promote free trade in Europe and across the world. More recently, he made an active contribution to the House of Lords. My thoughts are with Leon’s family and friends at this sad time for them.”

Brittan was Cameron’s trade advisor from 2010 to 2011.

Those who allege that Brittan raped them were upset by the tributes.

Since the disclosure of the Met investigation into Brittan, there has been silence from Conservative MPs.

No memorial service for Brittan has been announced.

If you have information that might help our investigation, please contact us. We hope that this article will encourage more people to come forward with information about Leon Brittan. Keep re-visiting Exaro for more on this investigation.

Source: http://www.exaronews.com/articles/5476/leon-brittan-buried-in-unmarked-grave-in-very-private-funeral


Paedophile Mason ran lodge set up for GCHQ

ONE OF Britain’s most influential paedophiles was the head of a Masonic lodge founded and frequented by GCHQ spies.

PUBLISHED: 19:10, Sat, May 23, 2015 | UPDATED: 19:35, Sat, May 23, 2015


Arrivals at the new GCHQ established the lodge

Keith Harding, former membership secretary of the Paedophile Information Exchange (Pie) was made Worshipful Master of the Mercurius Lodge in Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, in 2011.The child molester, who died last summer, presided over ceremonies and rituals from an ornate throne.Harding was convicted of an indecent assault against four children aged eight and nine in 1958 and classified a Schedule-1 offender, which meant the offence remained on his criminal record all his life.His name was also on a list of about 400 Pie members seized by police in 1984, the year the organisation disbanded.The Sunday Express revealed earlier this month how Harding met MPs Cyril Smith and Leon Brittan in the 1980s when he ran a north London antiques store.

Thirty-five years ago he appeared alongside paedophile television presenter Jimmy Savile in a Christmas special of Jim’ll Fix It.

The lodge boasts of its Government Communications Headquarters heritage on its website.

A source close to Harding revealed: “The Mercurius Lodge is known as the Spies Lodge because it was set up by GCHQ and over the years many intelligence officers have become members.“These are people trained to find out sensitive information and yet none of them had any idea of Keith’s background and past convictions.“They even voted him the highest honour by making him Worshipful Master.“Keith felt the Freemasons were somewhere he finally belonged, he called them his “brotherhood”.“When he died last year, they arranged his funeral and made sure the ceremony started at midday because the time apparently has significance within Masonic ritual.”

Spies displaced from London and Bletchley Park in Buckinghamshire, where the German wartime Enigma code was cracked, set up the Mercurius Lodge in 1957.

It meets at the Grade IIlisted Cheltenham Masonic Hall, purpose-built in 1823.

Harding ran the Mechanical Music Museum 10 miles away in Northleach after moving  from London in 1987.

In 2013, he organised a trip to the museum for Freemasons and their families.

A photograph shows Harding wearing a Masonic apron, collar and medals during a ceremony a couple of years ago.

The Mercurius Lodge last night declined to comment.

Detectives probing historical sexual abuse allegations revealed on Wednesday they are investigating 1,433 suspects, including 135 from the entertainment industry, 76 politicians, seven sportsmen and 43 from the music industry.

Source: http://www.express.co.uk/news/uk/579523/Paedophile-Mason-lodge-GCHQ


EXCLUSIVE: Secret service infiltrated paedophile group to ‘blackmail establishment’

BRITISH security services infiltrated and funded the notorious Paedophile Information Exchange in a covert operation to identify and possibly blackmail establishment figures, a Home Office whistleblower alleges.

Published: 00:01, Sun, June 29, 2014

 A number of allegations of child sex abuse emerged after MP Cyril Smith’s death [REX]

The former civil servant has told detectives investigating the activities of paedophiles in national politics that the Metropolitan Police’s Special Branch was orchestrating the child-sex lobbying group in the late 1970s and early 1980s.

The whistleblower, who has spoken exclusively to the Sunday Express, says he was also warned off asking why such a notorious group was being handed government money.

It emerged late last year that PIE was twice gave amounts of £35,000 in Home Office funding between 1977 and 1980, the £70,000 total equivalent to over £400,000 in today’s money.

Those details surfaced only after the whistleblower highlighted his concerns to campaigning Labour MP Tom Watson and his revelations have triggered an ongoing Home Office inquiry into why the cash was given to PIE which was abolished in 1985 after a number of prosecutions.

Until now, speculation about the grant has centred on Clifford Hindley, the late Home Office manager who approved the payments. However, the whistleblower told the Sunday Express he thought higher and more sinister powers were at play.

He has given a formal statement to that effect to detectives from Operation Fernbridge, which is looking into allegations of historic sex abuse at the Elm Guest House in south-west London.

At that time, questioning anything to do with Special Branch, especially within the Home Office, was a ‘no-no’.

Mr X, whistleblower

PIE, now considered one of the most notorious groups of the era, had gained respectability in political circles. Its members are said to have included establishment figures, and disgraced Liberal MP Cyril Smith was a friend of founder member Peter Righton.

In 1981, Tory MP Geoffrey Dickens used Parliamentary privilege to name Sir Peter Hayman, the deputy director of MI6, as a member of PIE and an active paedophile. In 1983 Mr Dickens gave the Home Office a dossier of what he claimed was evidence of a paedophile network of “big, big names, people in positions of power, influence and responsibility”. The Home Office says the dossier no longer exists.

Whistleblower Mr X, whose identity we have agreed to protect, became a very senior figure in local government before retiring a few years ago. In the late 1970s and early 1980s, he was a full-time consultant in the Home Office’s Voluntary Services Unit run by Clifford Hindley.

In 1979 Mr X was asked to examine a funding renewal application for PIE, but he became concerned because the organisation’s goal of seeking to abolish the age of consent “conflicted” with the child protection policies of the Department of Health and Social Security and asked for a meeting with Mr Hindley, his immediate boss.

house, sex abuse, Elm House in London where it is alleged child abuse incidents took place [MARK KEHOE]

Mr X recalled: “I raised my concerns, but he told me that I was to drop them. Hindley gave three reasons for this. He said PIE was an organisation with cachet and that its work in this field was respected.

“He said this was a renewal of an existing grant and that under normal Home Office practice a consultant such as myself would not be involved in the decision-making process.

“And he said PIE was being funded at the request of Special Branch which found it politically useful to identify people who were paedophiles. This led me not to pursue my objections. At that time, questioning anything to do with Special Branch, especially within the Home Office, was a ‘no-no’.

“I was under the clear belief that I was being instructed to back off and that his reference to Special Branch was expected to make me to do so.

“Hindley didn’t give me an explicit explanation of what Special Branch would do with information it gleaned from funding PIE, but I formed the belief that it was part of an undercover operation or activity. I was aware a lot of people in the civil service or political arena had an interest in obtaining information like that which could be used as a sort of blackmail.”

He said he asked for a file the Home Office kept on PIE, but his request was refused. However, he was certain then Tory Home Office Minister Tim Raison, who died in 2011, must have signed the 1980 funding application.

Mr X has given a formal written statement to the inquiry set up last year into former Home Office links with PIE but has refused to meet the inquiry in person because he fears “repercussions” under the Official Secrets Act.

Yesterday Tom Watson said: “The whole sorry business makes it absolutely imperative the Home Secretary bows to the will of the 114 MPs demanding a full, fearless public investigation into child sexual abuse.”

Special Branch was an integral part of the intelligence service gathering intelligence on spies and political threats to the state. In 2005 it merged with the anti-terrorism branch to form a Counter Terrorism Command.


Revealed: How gangs used the Freemasons to corrupt police

 Gangsters able to recruit police officers through secret society, says investigation for Scotland Yard

Investigations Reporter

Secret networks of Freemasons have been used by organised crime gangs to corrupt the criminal justice system, according to a bombshell Metropolitan Police report leaked to The Independent.

Operation Tiberius, written in 2002, found underworld syndicates used their contacts in the controversial brotherhood to “recruit corrupted officers” inside Scotland Yard, and concluded it was one of “the most difficult aspects of organised crime corruption to proof against”.

The report – marked “Secret” – found serving officers in East Ham east London who were members of the Freemasons attempted to find out which detectives were suspected of links to organised crime from other police sources who were also members of the society.

Famous for its secret handshakes, Freemasonry has long been suspected of having members who work in the criminal justice system – notably the judiciary and the police.

The political establishment and much of the media often dismiss such ideas as the work of conspiracy theorists. However, Operation Tiberius is the second secret police report revealed by The Independent in the last six months to highlight the possible issue.

Project Riverside, a 2008 report on the rogue private investigations industry by the Serious Organised Crime Agency, also claimed criminals attempt to corrupt police officers through Freemason members in a bid to further their interests.

Concerns over the influence of freemasons on the criminal justice system in 1998 led former Home Secretary Jack Straw to order that all police officers and judges should declare membership of the organisation.

However, ten of Britain’s 43 police forces refused to take part and the policy was dropped under threat of legal action.  In England and Wales, the Grand Master of the Freemasons is Prince Edward, Duke of Kent. The United Grand Lodge of England declined to comment last night.

The Independent revealed last week that Operation Tiberius found that organised crime syndicates such as the Adams family and the gang led by David Hunt were able to infiltrate the Met “at will”.

Asked to comment on the Tiberius report, a spokesman for Scotland Yard said: “The Metropolitan Police Service will not tolerate any behaviour by our officers and staff which could damage the trust placed in police by the public.

“We are determined to pursue corruption in all its forms and with all possible vigour.”

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Case studies: Operation Tiberius uncovers corruption in the Met


The corruption of Britain: UK’s key institutions infiltrated by criminals

Secret report shows how organised crime infiltrated judicial system as well as police with prison service and HM Revenue & Customs also compromised

Investigations Reporter

The entire criminal justice system was infiltrated by organised crime gangs, according to a secret Scotland Yard report leaked to The Independent.

In 2003 Operation Tiberius found that men suspected of being Britain’s most notorious criminals had compromised multiple agencies, including HM Revenue & Customs, the Crown Prosecution Service, the City of London Police and the Prison Service, as well as pillars of the criminal justice system including juries and the legal profession.

The strategic intelligence scoping exercise – “ratified by the most senior management” at the Met – uncovered jurors being bought off or threatened to return not-guilty verdicts; corrupt individuals working for HMRC, both in the UK and overseas; and “get out of jail free cards” being bought for £50,000.

The report states that the infiltration made it almost impossible for police and prosecutors to successfully pursue the organised gangs that police suspected controlled much of the criminal underworld.

The author of Tiberius, which was compiled from intelligence sources including covert police informants, live telephone intercepts, briefings from the security services and thousands of historical files, came to the desperate conclusion: “Quite how much more damage could be done is difficult to imagine.”

The fresh revelations come a day after The Independent revealed that Tiberius had concluded the Metropolitan Police suffered “endemic police corruption” at the time, and that some of Britain’s most dangerous organised crime syndicates were able to infiltrate New Scotland Yard “at will”.

In its conclusions, the report stated: “The true assessment of the damage caused by these corrupt networks is impossible to make at this stage, until further proactive scoping has been undertaken.

“However a statement by an experienced SIO [senior investigating officer] currently attached to SO 1(3) gives some indication of the depth of the problem in east and north-east London: ‘I feel that at the current time I cannot carry out an ethical murder investigation without the fear of it being compromised.’

“The ramifications of this statement are serious and disturbing and provide a snapshot of the current threat to the criminal justice system. Additionally the fact that none of these syndicates have been seriously disrupted over the last five years provides an insight into the effectiveness of their networks.”

In one case identified by Tiberius, a leading criminal was acquitted of importing cannabis after he allegedly “bought” members of the jury hearing his case. A named police officer “was involved in some way or another”, according to the report.

Tiberius also revealed the Met was concerned at the time with a national newspaper story on the ability of the Adams family to escape the law by penetrating the criminal justice system.

In 1998, police appeared to have finally made a breakthrough when Tommy Adams was jailed for more than seven years for importing cannabis.

However, the article cited by Tiberius stated that the “only reason the Adams family had allowed the prosecution to succeed and had not resorted to bribery or intimidation to thwart it, was because the other brothers wanted to teach Tommy a lesson for getting involved in crimes they had not authorised”.

The article concluded: “Witnesses terrified into silence, dodgy jurors, bent lawyers, bent policemen and bent CPS clerks – all are part of the same cancer eating away at justice. A cure for the malady will not be easy to come by. Perhaps we should begin by acknowledging that the patient is sick.”

Tiberius disclosed that the Met interviewed the journalist who wrote the story after the murder of Solly Nahome, a money launderer credited as the “brains” behind the Adams’ criminal empire. The reporter stated one of her journalistic sources on the family was a corrupt police officer but did not disclose who it was.

Another case of corruption beyond the Met, identified by Tiberius, included intelligence of alleged foul play within HMRC, which is supposed to lead the UK’s fight against white-collar crime such as money laundering.

In 2000, according to Tiberius, a key police informant was secretly helping Scotland Yard with an investigation into the importation of £10m of heroin by a Turkish gang in north London.

The deal went wrong, the informant was tortured in a cellar and “an attempt was made to sever his fingers with a pair of garden shears”. His associate was also attacked and had “three fingers chopped off with a machete”.

The henchman Tiberius alleged had committed the assaults was the son of a named Met detective, who repeatedly tried to impede police inquiries into the case, according to Tiberius. He also had a corrupt relationship with a named detective sergeant then based in Marylebone police station who is suspected to have “organised cheque frauds”. Research conducted by The Independent suggests that none of the three men has ever been prosecuted.

The Turkish drug dealer was later convicted and told police he was an HMRC informant. He said he knew of “corrupt contacts within the police” and had a Cyprus-based customs officer as a handler who “took money off him”.

Alastair Morgan, whose brother Daniel was murdered in 1987 before he could expose links between Met officers and organised crime, told The Independent: “Despite all the protestations by police that things have changed since the ‘bad old days’, this doesn’t surprise me in the slightest.

“The police have no desire to tackle this. It would be too damaging to have it all aired in open court. The Met is a highly political organisation.”

Scotland Yard said: “[We] will not tolerate any behaviour by our officers and staff which could damage the trust placed in police by the public. We are determined to pursue corruption in all its forms and with all possible vigour. All such allegations and intelligence are taken extremely seriously.”

Source: http://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/crime/exclusive-scotland-yards-rotten-core-police-failed-to-address-endemic-corruption-9050224.html


Case studies: Operation Tiberius uncovers corruption in the Met

Importing heroin

One corrupt detective chief inspector who was identified by Tiberius sold his car to a known criminal, who was also a protected informant. The deal had been arranged by another corrupt officer – the informant’s handler – who was identified by Tiberius as “raping, blackmailing and encouraging the informant to facilitate the importation of heroin”.

The report does not identify any action taken by the Met against the serving officer for his behaviour.

Destroying evidence

The trial of a man who was charged with drug trafficking offences collapsed after the disappearance of two crucial surveillance logs which, the report claims, were removed by two detective sergeants. Tiberius said each defendant “paid £15,000 into a fund to pay for the police officers to destroy the logs”.

Analysis of phone records by Tiberius showed contact between one of the detective sergeants and a named former detective superintendent – who was in charge of the original anti-corruption investigation into the missing logs.

Colluding with criminals

On another occasion, when detectives raided the home of a “high-echelon criminal” believed by police to be involved in the “importation and distribution of controlled drugs” in east London, they found a five-page computerised printout that, it is claimed, indicated two serving Met police officers were in his pay.

During the inquiry, an investigating officer was approached by a corrupt colleague who had worked out the target and told him not to pursue the suspected drug dealer as he was a “nice fella” and was expecting a big “security contract”. He stated: “If you don’t touch him he’ll help you.”

One year later Essex Police began a separate inquiry into the same suspected drug dealer after receiving intelligence that he was importing drugs and distributing them in nightclubs. The investigation began examining the stabbing of a man at a club in February 2001 – an attack that was thought to be linked to the alleged drug dealer.

According to the report, the same corrupt police officer then called the investigating Essex officer, who recalled: “He told me that bad people go to the club and asked if I knew who they were.”

Tiberius noted the corrupt police officer also had an “ongoing sexual relationship with a female drug supplier” and was accessing police intelligence on her behalf.

Source: http://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/crime/case-studies-operation-tiberius-uncovers-corruption-in-the-met-9050226.html


Exclusive: Scotland Yard’s rotten core: Police failed to address Met’s ‘endemic corruption’

Organised crime infiltrated police ‘at will’, according to secret report. Top-level internal inquiry identified scores of corrupt individuals working for Met

Organised criminals were able to infiltrate Scotland Yard “at will” by bribing corrupt officers, according to an explosive report leaked to The Independent. The Metropolitan Police file, written in 2002, found Britain’s biggest force suffered “endemic corruption” at the time.

Operation Tiberius concluded that syndicates such as the notorious Adams family and the gang led by David Hunt had bribed scores of former and then-serving detectives to access confidential databases; obtain live intelligence on criminal investigations; provide specialist knowledge of surveillance, technical deployment and undercover techniques to help evade prosecution; and even take part in criminal acts such as mass drug importation and money laundering.

The strategic intelligence scoping exercise – “ratified by the most senior management” at Scotland Yard – found murder investigations had been infiltrated and sensitive intelligence regarding other organised crime investigations had been leaked, allowing the offenders to escape justice.

The author lamented the Met’s inability to root out the problem. More worryingly, he also appeared to question Scotland Yard’s commitment to tackle organised crime corruption in the ranks. “For whatever reason, the current approach is simply to wait for the corruption intelligence to surface and to then react to it,” Tiberius concluded.

Later, it added: “These syndicates are organised and all working towards the common goals of making profit, laundering their money, evading prosecution and preventing the forfeiture of their assets. The achievement of these goals is focused and determined; the law enforcement investigation should follow this lead.”

Tiberius identified 80 corrupt individuals with links to the police, including 42 then-serving officers and 19 former detectives.

It concluded: “Organised crime is currently able to infiltrate the MPS at will.”

Read more:
Case studies: Operation Tiberius uncovers corruption in the Met

Research conducted by The Independent suggests that only a tiny number of the officers named as corrupt have been convicted.

Keith Vaz, who chairs the Home Affairs Select Committee, said: “I am deeply concerned by the findings of this report. It is vital that the police have the utmost integrity. The public must be able to trust them to do their job and ensure justice prevails.

“The Met have made vast progress rooting out corruption in the force in the last 20 years but it would appear more may still need to be done.”

Mr Vaz added he would be writing to the current Met Commissioner, Sir Bernard Hogan-Howe, to  “ensure that these allegations have been fully investigated and to confirm that he is satisfied that corruption no longer exists”.

The report, produced by a team led by the former Met assistant commissioner Andy Hayman, paints a shocking picture of security at the time inside Scotland Yard, which had responsibility for the UK’s counter-terror operations.

Working in secret, the Tiberius team drew on multiple sources of information including covert informants, intelligence from telephone intercepts, briefings from the security services and thousands of historic police files.

One senior investigating officer interviewed by the inquiry said at the time: “I feel that… I cannot carry out an ethical murder investigation without the fear of it being compromised.”

In one case, the report names an alleged corrupt officer who was inexplicably put in charge of a team investigating a gangland murder linked to organised crime.

Other officers Tiberius says were known to be corrupt were also identified as working on inquiries into organised crime, many of which resulted in compromised investigations and, in some cases, failed prosecutions.

Some relationships between Met officers and the criminal underworld were so close that in one case named police officers were identified as co-owning properties and even racehorses with a man suspected of being one of Britain’s most hardened gangsters.

In one shocking case, a police statement taken from a highly sensitive witness was found in the safe of a nightclub controlled by the Adams family – described by Operation Tiberius as the “major crime family in north London”.

The report stated the named witness was helping police try to solve the murder of Michael Olymbious, who the police believed had been killed after losing £1.5m of ecstasy pills owned by the syndicate.

Tiberius also found a secret informant – codenamed “Lee Paul” – providing intelligence on the Adams family and the corrupt police in its pay to his handler at the Met, who appears to have been a man of integrity.

However, Paul’s highly sensitive role was later uncovered by other officers and his activities became more widely known, causing uproar among the corrupt elements inside the Yard.

But far from seeing this as evidence that the police were finally on to them, one rogue detective inspector was so unperturbed that he felt confident enough to brazenly threaten one of Paul’s handlers with reprisals.

The ability of organised criminals to target highly sensitive police witnesses and informants was the subject last July of evidence given to Parliament by one of the Met’s most senior officers.

When questioned by the Home Affairs Committee over a separate case of corrupt police officers targeting protected witnesses, revealed in The Independent, Assistant Commissioner Cressida Dick said: “I am not aware of anything in the Metropolitan Police that has resulted in infiltration thereof, but it is a risk that we are constantly trying to prevent materialising, of course, because people’s lives are at risk.”

The Met’s inability to tackle the corruption of police officers by organised crime syndicates is laid bare in some of Tiberius’ recommendations.

Although the report suggests a range of strategies to combat corruption, including establishing a dedicated task force, it also recommends merely “removing alleged corrupt officers from specialist departments back to borough postings to disrupt networks” and putting troublemakers “together on one particular unit to enable a strong manager to keep an eye on them”.

A former senior officer, who recently retired from Scotland Yard, told The Independent: “Nothing has changed. The Met is still every bit as corrupt as it was back then.”

One of the few successful investigations reviewed by Tiberius was Operation Greyhound, a long-running inquiry that found that two detectives had helped a known criminal hunt a money-launderer over a £600,000 debt.

Martin Morgan and Declan Costello were paid £50,000 for helping Robert Kean, a builder with a string of previous convictions, find his former business associate, Andrew Smith.

During their trial in 2002, the Old Bailey heard that Kean and another criminal, Carl Wood, spoke of torturing Smith and putting his body in a car crusher if he could not pay his debt.

At the heart of the scandal was the friendship of Morgan and Kean, a suspected drugs dealer. When Kean wanted to find Smith, he turned to Morgan, who used intelligence databases available to Met detectives to try to track down and entrap him.

Kean said Morgan “was good at his job” and would be paid “50gs”– £50,000 – to act as his bounty hunter.

Morgan, Kean and Wood pleaded guilty to conspiring to unlawfully and injuriously imprison a man and to detain him against his will.

Costello plead guilty to conspiracy to assault, causing actual bodily harm.

Asked to comment on the Tiberius report, a spokesman for Scotland Yard said: “The Metropolitan Police Service will not tolerate any behaviour by our officers and staff which could damage the trust placed in police by the public.

“We are determined to pursue corruption in all its forms and with all possible vigour.

“The dedicated Anti-Corruption Command, part of the Met’s Directorate of Professional Standards, proactively investigates any allegations or intelligence relating to either corrupt police officers and staff [or] those that may seek to corrupt our officers’ staff.

“There is no complacency in the Met’s determination to succeed in this task.”

Botched jobs: Compromised murder investigations

Kenneth Beagle

Thought to have been killed by members of a named organised crime syndicate over a “failed drug importation”. Tiberius names a former Met police officer whom it says “has always been considered to be one of the most corrupt officers serving in the MPS”. The report claims this former officer contacted his “good friend”, a detective sergeant, on the investigating team whom Tiberius says “had previously been the subject of at least three corruption inquiries” yet was allowed to work on a gangland murder investigation. For reasons that are unclear, the Met formally “authorised” the meeting between the pair which “legitimised the access into the murder inquiry”. Tiberius notes that “shortly after the meeting” the alleged organised crime boss “knew that the investigation team considered him a suspect”.

Ricky Rayner

A suspected drug dealer who fled to Spain was one of the prime suspects for the murder of Ricky Rayner in 2001 and asked a man whom police suspected of leading a drug dealing syndicate to check whether he was still wanted in the UK. Within days, this man was able to find out  the status of his associate following telephone contact with a police officer. The report stated a Police National Computer check was obtained from Bethnal Green police station.

The suspected gangster was able to give the suspect the “all clear”, apparently  leading to his return to Britain. Tiberius also identified “regular contact” between another suspected corrupt detective and a senior member of the investigation into the murder.

Again, the investigating officer had previously been identified as possibly corrupt – yet had never been prosecuted and was put in charge of a sensitive investigation.

Source: http://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/crime/exclusive-scotland-yards-rotten-core-police-failed-to-address-endemic-corruption-9050224.html


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