Shariah May and famous Eastbourne people

 from aangirfan

Saturday, 2 July 2016


Theresa May (L), future Home Secretary at Oxford University.nmos picdesk scan  31 08 2012 /  / re: 30 JUNE 2016 / MP Theresa May announces her candidacy for the leadership of the Conservative party

Theresa May (L), future Home Secretary at Oxford University.nmos picdesk scan 31 08 2012 / / re: 30 JUNE 2016 / MP Theresa May announces her candidacy for the leadership of the Conservative party

Theresa May and parents.

Theresa May was born Theresa Mary Brasier on 1 October 1956 in Eastbourne, in Sussex.

Theresa May‘s parents married on 16 June 1955.

Theresa May’s father, Hubert Brasier, was then aged 37.

Hubert was an Anglican vicar, his address being the Chaplain’s House, All Saints Hospital,Eastbourne.

“Back in the 1950’s, I remember … Dr Bodkin ADAMS, whom my late mother knew from All Saints hospital, who was a mass killer of patients…”

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Claude Debussy finished composing La mer at the Grand Hotel in Eastbourne in 1905.[149]

Aleister Crowley, the occultist, attended Eastbourne College and later edited a chess column for the Eastbourne Gazette.[161]

The pianist Russ Conway was a resident of Eastbourne for many years[152]

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Gordon Rideout

Canon Gordon Rideout was the vicar of All Saints Church in Eastbourne for 25 years.

Clergyman Canon Gordon Rideout was chaplain at Moira House School, Eastbourne, until 2003, and chairman of governors at Bishop Bell C of E School in Eastbourne until November 2011.

Clergyman Canon Gordon Rideout was a serial sex offender who preyed on young children across the south of England.

In 2013, Rideout, 74, was jailed for 10 years at Lewes Crown Court after being convicted of two attempted rapes and 34 indecent assaults on 16 boys and girls

In the 1970s Canon Gordon Rideout was taken to a military court on child sex-abuse charges.

At that time Rideout was chaplain on a military base.


In 2013, Rev Robert Coles, of Eastbourne, was jailed for eight years for sex offences against young boys.

Rev Roy Cotton, who abused at least ten boys from Eastbourne, had a conviction for assaulting a choirboy when he was ordained in 1966.

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Dr John Bodkin Adams
Dr John Bodkin Adams lived in Eastbourne.

Dr Adams was reportedly part of a large ring of top gay men.

Dr. Adams, ‘probably the richest doctor in England’ had as his patients Lord Burghley, Admiral Robert Prendergast, the 10th Duke of Devonshire, and Eastbourne’s Chief Constable Richard Walker.

In the spring of 1956, Lady Dorothy Macmillan’s brother, the Duke of Devonshire ‘dropped dead’ in front of his doctor, Dr. John Bodkin Adams .

Dr Adams was arrested in connection with the deaths of a number of his patients.


Former Attorney General Hartley Shawcross. His first wife, Alberta Shyvers, took her own life in 1943. sussexexpress.
During the Adams committal hearing in January 1957, Hartley Shawcross was seen dining with Adams’s suspected lover, Sir Roland Gwynne (Mayor of Eastbourne from 1929 to 1931), and the Lord Chief Justice, Rayner Goddard, at a hotel in Lewes, near Eastbourne.
There is suspicion of a cover-up.
Dr Adams was aquitted.
by Bassano, vintage print, 1920

by Bassano, vintage print, 1920

Lady Dorothy Macmillan, wife of former UK prime minister Harold Macmillan. Lady Dorothy was the daughter of the 9th Duke of Devonshire
Reportedly, Harold Macmillan, the UK’s Conservative Party Prime Minister from 1957-1963, was expelled from the top private school called Eton for ‘homosexual perversion’.
Harold macmillan was tutored for Oxford by Ronald Knox.
Macmillan fell in love with Ronald knox.
Macmillan (right)
Macmillan “under pressure” married Dorothy.
Dorothy had many affairs, including one with the bisexual Lord Boothby.
UK Government asset Lord Goodman , a powerful British Jew, protected people like Tom Driberg MP, Sir Anthony Blunt and Lord Boothby “who were regularly seen at parties with rent boys and arrested at public toilets.”
Eliza Manningham-Buller, former head of the UK security service MI5
John Bodkin Adams was ‘a member of the homosexual underground’ and close to Sir Anthony Blunt and Lord Goodman.
The police acquired a memorandum belonging to a Daily Mail journalist, concerning stories of homosexuality between “a police officer, a magistrate, and a doctor”.
The doctor was said to be Adams.

The ‘magistrate’ was Sir Roland Gwynne, Mayor of Eastbourne from 1929 to 1931 and brother of Rupert Gwynne, MP for Eastbourne from 1910 to 1924.

The ‘police officer’ was the Deputy Chief Constable of Eastbourne, Alexander Seekings.

160 of Bodkin Adams’s patients had died mysteriously, 132 of them writing the doctor into their wills.
Harold Macmillan
“Harold Macmillan, and the then Attorney General, Reginald Manningham-Buller, were both related to one of Dr Adams’ likely victims….
“A homosexual relationship existed between Adams and a powerful local politician, who had protected him for over thirty years.”
Reginald Manningham-Buller’s daughter Eliza Manningham-Buller was active in MI5 from 1974-2007, and became boss of MI5 in 2002.
She was active at the time of the Lockerbie bombing.


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