In 2007, Lord Browne, the head of BP and close friend of Tony Blair, was forced to resign because his boyfriend was outed as a rent-boy who Browne had met on a male-escort website.
Browne should have faced perjury charges because he had lied about his relationship with Jeff Chevalier, but for some unknown reason he didn’t.
According to Wikipedia:
” Browne faced the prospect of charges of perjury for lying to the court over how he met Chevalier. In a deposition to the court, Browne said the pair had met when exercising in Battersea Park. Browne later admitted this was a lie. He acknowledged that he had actually met Chevalier via a commercial gay-escort website, Suited and Booted. However, Mr Justice Eady, the presiding judge in the case, said he decided not to refer the matter to the Attorney General with regard to possible perjury charges, seeing disclosure in the judgement of Lord Browne’s behaviour as “probably sufficient punishment”.
When Jeff Chevalier detailed his relationship with Browne he made astonishing claims that he was privy to Tony Blair’s government secrets and enjoyed dinners with Blair and Brown. He also claimed that he was taken on holiday to a private compound in Barbados:
” Lord Browne, 59, met Chevalier after searching a gay-escort agency website. During the four-year relationship, it is claimed, Chevalier became party to the inner secrets of Tony Blair’s government.”
” At the time it all seemed too much – too plainly far-fetched – for Jeff Chevalier to take in. But here he was, a 25-year-old once-penniless Canadian male prostitute, sitting down to dinner with the Prime Minister of Great Britain.
And the two men were liberally helping themselves from a £3,000 bottle of claret.
The wine was the personal choice of Lord Browne of Madingley – the boss of British Petroleum, Britain’s most senior businessman and host of the dinner party in question.
“Mr Blair didn’t know what it was but he absolutely loved it,” Mr Chevalier recalls. “It was a 1983 French claret.”
” The cosy dinner for Tony Blair in the summer of 2005 came amid a seemingly endless merry-go-round of dinners, lunches, soirees and parties that Mr Chevalier was summoned to by his tycoon lover, 34 years his senior.
He was flaunted before business and political contacts, diplomats and artists; there were holidays in private compounds in Barbados and opera in Salzburg and Venice (enjoyed alongside Prince and Princess Michael of Kent in their private box).
In Venice, Mr Chevalier would find himself chinking glasses with Elton John”
Tony Blair has links to Barbados when Cliff Richard lent him his villa there during the Iraq War.
Cliff is also close to Cherie Blair and has been named as a visitor to notorious child-brothel Elm Guest House, where vulnerable boys were trafficked from care homes to be abused by VIP filth.
According to the Aangirfan website, Tony Blair attended a private boarding school called Fettes, in Edinburgh. One of his teachers, Knox Cunningham, was involved in a high-level paedophile ring. Blair, who liked to call himself Miranda, absolutely adored Cunningham.
By a strange coincidence, the Fettesgate Scandal of the early 90’s uncovered a “magic circle” of corruption and rent-boys allegations going to the very top of the Scottish Legal system.
” A group of gay judges and lawyers were conspiring to ensure soft treatment for homosexual criminals, or so went the rumour that spread through Edinburgh legal circles in the late 1980s.
The talk was of a “magic circle” reaching the highest levels of the Scottish legal system and the potential blackmail of judges by “rent boys”.
The gossip grew on the back of police frustration at the outcome of a series of fraud and other cases, where officers felt that defendants who happened to be gay had been unusually leniently treated.
It would all no doubt have died a quiet death if it were not for the bizarre events which took place one Sunday night at the police headquarters at Fettes.
At around midnight on July 19, 1992, an intruder slipped in through an open window – which was apparently left unlatched by detectives who used it as a shortcut to the car park – and made his way to the offices of the Serious Crime Squad.
Daubing Animal Liberation Front slogans on the walls as a smokescreen, he spent two hours searching the offices, including that of Deputy Commander Jimmy Smith, before making off with a haul of confidential files.
Among the two holdalls full of missing documents were ones listing details of police informants, Loyalist sympathisers and Animal Liberation Front activists, but there was one particular police report which would cause huge embarrassment to the force.
It examined the alleged existence of the so-called “magic circle” within the highest echelons of the Scottish judiciary.
Written by a respected senior detective, Detective Inspector Roger Orr, it concluded there was evidence to support claims that justice was being seriously subverted by “a well-established circle of homosexuals”, including judges, sheriffs and lawyers. Significantly, the report named names.
The police dossier listed five court cases where the outcome caused concern among officers and lawyers and concluded that “homosexuality may well have been used as a means to seriously interfere with the administration of justice”.
The scandal was investigated but conveniently stopped when Judge Nimmo-Smith gave away confidential information about the enquiry to a journalist:
“SCOTLAND’S “Gay Judges” probe should be scrapped and started again, an MP claimed yesterday.
Former Solicitor General Sir Nicky Fairburn hit out after QC William Nimmo-Smith was conned into spilling the beans on his inquiry — as exclusively revealed yesterday by The Scottish Sun.
Last night, Perth and Kinross Tory MP Sir Nicky Fairbairn said: “This absolutely impurifies the whole process. I don’t see that the Lord Advocate can do anything but re-appoint a new commission to do the whole thing again.”
Yesterday we told how gay businessman Derek Donaldson, the man suspected of the Fettesgate break-in at Edinburgh police HQ, posed as a journalist from a posh paper to get into Nimmo-Smith’s home with a tape recorder.
He grilled the top lawyer for an hour over his probe into an alleged gay conspiracy in Scottish legal circles. Last night. Sir Nicky said: “We have to clear up this whole unfortunate business.”The Lord Advocate should start again with very senior people.”
He was backed by MPs of all parties who could not believe a top lawyer like Nimmo-Smith could give away so much about his highly-confidential inquiry.”
The final report into the affair was described as:
” little more than an attempt to cover up well known habits of certain judges & prosecutors in Scotland who sought & gained sexual contact with males under the ages of 18 and less than 16.”
In 2002, Judge Nimmo-Smith sat as an appeal judge in the case of the accused Lockerbie bomber, Abdelbaset al-Megrahi.
Despite many enquiries, the Lockerbie bombing mystery has never been fully solved.
Some claim the crash was linked to the CIA and heroin trade.
Was the crash never fully investigated due to corrupt Scottish judges?
Does Tony Blair has inside knowledge about the bombing?
Does he also have lots to tell the police about murderous VIP paedophile rings operating in the UK?
We haven’t got a bloody clue.