Cold case detectives are probing the murder of a council official who vowed to expose a paedophile ring allegedly linked to a future minister in Tony Blair’s government.
Was Bulic Forsythe killed to protect paedophile ring 'linked to future minister in Tony Blair’s government?' May 21, 2014 By Tom Pettifor
Express: "Labour MP John Mann fears the deaths of the two council workers could be linked to a Westminster-based paedophile gang involving highly-influential politicians. One of the men, social services manager Bulic Forsythe, was killed three days after telling a colleague he planned to “spill the beans” about the abuse scandal. (correct) Mr Mann did not name the second whistleblower but he is former caretaker who claimed he had taped evidence of depraved parties." Mirror: "A council official and a caretaker may have been killed to stop them exposing a Westminster paedophile ring, Labour’s John Mann said. The shocking allegation comes as abuse survivors expect Home Secretary Theresa May to axe a panel of experts investigating claims of historical sex attacks by powerful figures. They fear the Government does not “want to get at the truth” of the accusations, according to Mr Mann’s party colleague, Simon Danczuk." Morning Star: "The Anglican Baroness Butler-Sloss, appointed by the Home Secretary to lead the over-arching inquiry into child protection which broadened the scope of the inquiry away from Parliament, resigned after admitting she covered up the sexual abuse of small boys by two Anglican priests in a previous inquiry. It has since also emerged that her brother, the former Attorney-General Michael Havers, limited the scope of an inquiry into paedophile abuse at the Kincora Children’s Home in Northern Ireland in the 1970s. Cabinet minutes from 1983 reveal that Havers ensured that MPs and other prominent public figures were protected by restricting the terms of reference of the inquiry."Tweet