On this day, in 1999, BBC journalist Jill Dando was shot dead on her doorstep in Fulham.
Her killer has never been caught.
Various red-herring theories into her brutal murder have emerged since that fateful day.
An innocent man, Barry George, was imprisoned for a crime he didn’t commit, and denied the compensation due to him.
The one, most credible theory that Met detectives have failed to investigate, is that Jill Dando was aware of the VIP paedophile-ring operating at the BBC and that knowledge led to her death.
You see the brutal murder of Jill Dando was not carried out by a lone-stalker or Serbian warlord.
The brutal murder of Jill Dando was ordered by the highest echelons of British society once it became clear that she had evidence of the ring and was about to expose it.
Jill Dando was shot at point-blank range in the head to silence her and also to serve as a warning to other journalists to keep their mouths shut.
We now know that murderous, child-rapist DJ Jimmy Savile had been abusing and procuring children at the BBC for decades.
Nobody said a word because of Savile’s links to the royals and government.
Savile famously threatened anybody who crossed his path that his contacts in the IRA and criminal underworld could be called on to assault or murder his enemies.
Jill Dando must have known about these rumours and would not have kept quiet.
The deaths of other BBC presenters could be linked to Jill’s death, including Kristian Digby and Mark Speight.
Jill’s close friend and confidante, Cliff Richard, has himself been named as a visitor to the notorious boy-brothel Elm Guest House, where vulnerable children were trafficked from local care homes to be abused by filthy VIPs.
Cliff was interviewed at length by detectives investigating the murder of Jill on several occasions.
Why was he such an important ‘ witness’ ?
Jill’s fiance, Alan Farthing, came face-to-face with Jill’s killer but conveniently forgot to tell the police.
Alan has since risen through the ranks of the medical profession and is now the doctor responsible for the birth of Kate and William’s new baby.
Was his promotion linked to Jill’s murder?
One of the first journalists at the scene was Clarence Mitchell, who is employed by the intelligences services and was later the spokesperson in the mysterious disappearance of Madeleine McCann.
Mitchell is a notorious master of the dark art of spin and lies, a talent shared by Labour filth, Alastair Campbell, who was strangely also quizzed by the Met at the time of the murder.
Jill’s colleague on Crimewatch, Nick Ross, recently said he’d watch child-porn given half the chance.
Nick is married to Sarah Caplan the cousin of Esther Rantzen, who is also implicated in the Savile scandal.
Caplan and Rantzen founded Childline which appears to be a ‘front’ organisation used to filter out callers who may have been the victims of VIP child-abuse.
Nick Ross founded the ‘front’ Crimestopper’s helpline.
This helpline conveniently stopped working following an appeal for witnesses to Jill’s murder.
There were many procedural ‘mistakes‘ made by the Met Police during their investigations.
Officers conveniently forgot to question Jill’s neighbours and also botched the e-fit photo of the suspect by making his hair brown when it was actually blond.
Were these mistakes made deliberately to ensure the real killer would never be caught?
In a most sinister development Hamish Campbell, who was in charge of the investigation, was then put in charge of Operation Yewtree.
Are these mere coincidences or is there much more to the murder of Jill Dando than meets the eye?
Are the Met Police, the Judiciary, the BBC and the Government implicated in one of the biggest cover-ups this country has ever seen?
It’s no wonder the British Establishment murdered Jill Dando.
They’ll stop at bloody nothing to cover their sordid child-abusing secrets.
On this, the 15th anniversary of her death, isn’t it time to call for justice for Jill after all these years?