Interview that blew the lid off Britain’s paedophile establishment is featured in The Daily Express. This is David Cameron’s ‘paedophile witchhunt’. The Prime Minister is doing all he can to protect the paedophiles. The media must keep on digging.
‘Police gunman told me to ignore paedophiles’, says ex-child protection officer, Chris Fay
Young boys in care were allegedly taken there in the Eighties to be abused by high-profile MPs and other powerful establishment figures.
Mr Fay, who worked for the now-defunct National Association of Young People In Care, accused the Metropolitan Police of acting like “gangsters” when news of the scandal broke in 1990. He revealed how some Special Branch members routinely threatened him and his colleagues and even victims over a three-month period of intimidation.
His shocking claims come as West Yorkshire Police faces accusations that the force protected paedophile Jimmy Savile.
People seem to forget that Special Branch could do what they liked, they were a law unto themselvesChris Fay
“At one point they had me up against a wall by my throat with a gun at my head telling me in no uncertain terms that I was to back away if I knew what was good for me.
“A colleague of mine had the same treatment, as did a number of the volunteers. Victims who were actually abused at Elm House were also physically stopped from coming to speak to us at the NAYPIC office in north London.
“I witnessed Special Branch officers manhandling them and turning them away with a warning to keep their mouths shut. It was blatant, it was open, they were acting like gangsters.
However, Mr Fay said: “I was told by the police implicitly, ‘We do not want you to come to us with big names’.”
In a sinister twist, he said his kitchen window was shot at, leaving three bullet holes in the glass, although he never found out who was responsible.
In 1982 Elm Guest House was raided by the vice squad but allegations of child abuse were never followed up.
Operation Fernbridge is now investigating the claims and two men have been charged with sexual offences.
Police confirmed that Liberal Democrat MP Sir Cyril Smith, who died three years ago, visited the premises.
Last night campaigner Bill Maloney, of Pie & Mash Films, who has helped raise awareness of abuse survivors and corruption, said: “These police cover-ups to protect the wealthy and the powerful need to stop now.
“Today’s victims are tomorrow’s witnesses.”
The Met Police declined to comment.