Max Clifford, in 1962, went to work for the press office of the EMI music company.
“EMI was a key member of Britain’s military intelligence establishment.”
Who knew who and when ?
Savile >> Decca Playlist Bribes Meetings >> Jonathan King
Simon Cowell of EMI & King helped arrange parties and guests for Clifford that were all absoulutely, definitely and most certainly over the age of consent and of course never ever ever at all not even once supplied used saw or even thought about any drugs.
Savile visited Israel Govt.
Clifford provided the newspapers with stories that helped easily blackmailable Tony Blair, close associate of Lord Levy to come to power. Blair signed up for the Iraq war, the Yinon plan. Blair promoted devolution in the UK.
TAP – Seems like the perverts were kept on, and those who didn’t like the rape of children, and spoke out, were sent packing.
Ray Teret (born c. 1941) is an English radio disc jockey who started his career in the 1960s.
He was born in Salisbury, Wiltshire, and started work as a warehouse clerk, apprentice heating engineer and waiter at the Ritz Ballroom in Manchester. In the early 1960s, Teret met Jimmy Savile after winning the Savile-run singing contest at the Palace Theatre in Manchester. The pair later shared a flat on Great Clowes Street in Broughton, Salford, Lancashire, with Teret becoming Savile’s support DJ, assistant and chauffeur. During this period, Savile referred to Teret as his son, while Teret referred to Savile as Dad.
Teret joined Radio Caroline North in the mid-1960s, where he became known as “Ugli” Ray Teret. His theme music was Jungle Fever by the Tornados, and he also used The Ugly Bug Ball by Burl Ives. After leaving Radio Caroline North in 1966, two years before it shut down, Teret worked in a series of DJ and media related work, mainly on the radio in the Manchester area, including Signal Radio and Piccadilly Radio.
On 8 November 2012, Teret was arrested at his home on Woodlands Road in Altrincham by Greater Manchester Police, one of two arrests made in respects of an allegation of historical rape. The offences are alleged to have taken place in Trafford in the 1960s and 1970s, against three women who were then under the age of consent. The arrests were not part of Operation Yewtree. Teret appeared at Manchester Magistrates’ Court in October 2013. He was charged with a total of 32 offences spanning several decades, including 15 counts of rape of girls aged under 16, nine of indecent assault and three of possessing illegal materials. He was released on bail. On 15 November he attended court and was again granted bail, until April 2014. It was reported that he was expected to plead not guilty.