What vile secrets are hidden behind the doors of Buckingham Palace?
According to the Mail:
” A former Buckingham Palace butler has been unmasked as a sexual predator who ran a paedophile ring while serving the Royal Family.
” Bachelor Paul Kidd, 55, groomed at least one of his teenage victims by taking him for tea with the Queen Mother at Clarence House, it has emerged.
To the public, he had been the urbane gent who waited on the Royals for nine years – first the Queen at the Palace and then her mother.
He often publicly gushed about his blue blood employers talking of the Queen as ‘courteous and genuinely caring.’
But behind the facade, Kidd was leading a secret double life as a serial child abuser who molested a string of boys over a 30 year period.
He was finally exposed after one of his victims read a newspaper article in which he boasted about his links to the Royals and talked fondly of Princess Diana and her musical tastes.
Police raided his two bedroom home in St Johns Street, Stalybridge, where they found almost 19,000 pornographic pictures and videos of children.
Included in the haul were some nude pictures of a teenager who officers were able to trace and interview.
Some images were hidden in a safe while others were encrypted on his computer.”
Brave MP Geoffrey Dickens also allegedly uncovered details of child abuse linked to Buckingham Palace:
We then find Prince Andrew was very close friends with billionaire paedophile Jeffrey Epstein:
” The Duke made regular phone calls to the Florida mansion of Jeffrey Epstein, a billionaire financier who recently served an 18-month prison sentence after admitting soliciting an under-age girl for prostitution.
Alfredo Rodriguez, who worked as a housekeeper for Epstein, disclosed details of the calls from the Duke in a witness statement he gave to lawyers representing 11 girls who are suing Epstein after claiming they were molested by him.”
” As the UK’s special representative for international trade, the Duke of York holds an important position, requiring sound judgement and widespread respect.
But those qualities have been thrown into question since photographs of Prince Andrew with his billionaire financier friend Jeffrey Epstein, a convicted child-sex offender who was jailed for 18 months for soliciting underage prostitutes, appeared last weekend.
Today, however, even more serious doubts are cast on his suitability after a woman at the centre of the Epstein case revealed to The Mail on Sunday that she had, as a 17-year-old employed by Epstein, been flown across the world to be introduced to the Prince.
On one of those occasions Virginia Roberts was subsequently paid $15,000 (£9,400). Her shocking account of her four years as Epstein’s personal masseuse is supported by court documents, an eyewitness, photographs and flight details of Epstein’s private jets.
Roberts was was flown to London to meet the Duke, spending time with him alone after a night on the town. In a civil claim filed against Epstein in Florida – one of a dozen claims by alleged victims settled out of court – she describes how, from the age of 15, she was “continually exploited to satisfy [Epstein’s]) every sexual whim” and “sexually exploited by [Epstein’s] male peers, including royalty, politicians, academicians, businessmen and other professional or personal acquaintances.”
It then emerges that close friend of Prince Charles, Jimmy Savile was a known child abuser for over 50 years but was never apprehended by the police.
What other filth is taking place behind Royal curtains?
It’s high time we found out.