Many believe that Jimmy Savile was just the tip of the iceberg…It is now well-known that highly organised, criminal paedophile rings have carried on with their sordid trade outside of the law for decades in Britain and Europe, but the full extent of their activities has still yet to be uncovered – partly due to the high-ranking names involved in this sordid underworld.
It was also reported that Andrew was also trafficked to Amsterdam on a number of occasions.
No one knows just how far and wide these organised rings stretch, and what is the exact extent of their criminal activity. Beyond the ritual and sadomasochistic abuse, the lowest rung of this evil ladder is said to be the “snuff film” business, where paedophile network members capture their horrific fetishes on film or tape, before selling them through a lucrative distribution black market catering to wealthy network members around the globe – with a well-established customer base in the US, Italy, among others. Films can fetch up to $20K (or more) per copy. From past Guardiannewspaper investigations (see story below), it was revealed how British ex-pat paedophiles were operating out of Amsterdam, Netherlands, and used gay brothels as a front for their more exotic commercial productions.
“Police believe (it’s) part of a much wider ring involving ‘influential, professional people and its tentacles reach into Westminster and Whitehall”, said to ‘resemble the Mafia’ in its organisation and strength.”Read Aangirfan’s VIP child abuse timeline here
Now let’s take a look back at what was reported in 2000 by Nick Davies from the Guardian, who announced at that time:
“The international boy business is alive and well, and, quite possibly, getting away with murder.”To what extent this dark empire still operates is largely unknown, and cracking it has proven extremely difficult – not least of all because of the VIP names involved, and the high-level derailing of genuine police investigations into these cases…
When Sex Abuse Leads to Murder
Award-winning journalist Nick Davies concludes a series looking at the evils of paedophilia by confronting the grim mysteries of snuff movies
A year after Bristol detectives finally started to unravel the ring of paedophiles who had been abusing children there for up to 20 years, they found an informant with an alarming story. The man, whom we will call Terry, had a long history of sexually abusing boys. He did not come from Bristol but, by chance, he had come across some of the paedophiles the detectives were investigating – in Amsterdam, where he said they had become involved with a group of exiled British child abusers who had succeeded in commercialising their sexual obsession.
The exiled paedophiles were trafficking boys from other countries; running legitimate gay brothels and selling under-aged boys “under the counter”; they had branched out into the production of child pornography. And they had killed some of them. One boy had simply been shot through the head, Terry said: he had been causing trouble and had been executed in front of several pae dophiles. Another, he believed, had been thrown into one of the canals. But the one about whom he spoke the most was a boy who had been tortured and killed in the most painful fashion in the course of producing a pornographic video.