Mar 15 2013
The Daily Express
In 1990 stories of widespread Satanic child sacrifice and abuse began spreading in the newspapers. This abuse was centred around the Orkney’s Nottingham, Rochdale, Manchester (Jimmy Savile) and London, to name but a few of the places.
However, the government as usual stepped in and labelled the stories as being a “myth”, meaning that the stories must be true.
Course, the fact that a couple of NSPCC Social workers were taking part in the Satanic rituals, was subject to a gagging order on that information made the governments claim all the more credible… Didn’t it Virginia Bottomley.
Nothing changes in Whitehall… Fucking nonces.
Church Minister Named As Orkneys Sex Master
DAILY EXPRESS Wednesday September 4 1991
A CHURCH minister was alleged yesterday to be The Master — the hooded man who sexually abused young children at Satanic rituals.
The Reverend Morris McKenzie was named at the Orkney child abuse inquiry by Director of Social Work Paul Lee.
The balding, white-haired 63-year-old Church of Scotland minister sat in the packed public benches showing no emotion as the claim was made.
Three children were said to have told social workers that a man — referred to by one girl as The Master — would stand in a circle of dancers using a crook to “hook” sex partners.
Sometimes he was dressed as a turtle.
Other adults and youngsters indulged in sex acts at a quarry lit by car head-lights while the music Power of the Night was played, it was alleged.
Mr Lee, 44, said he “understood the man to be the parish minister on South Ronaldsay, the Rev Morris McKenzie”.
He later admitted that medical checks found no sign of sex abuse on the nine children taken from their homes in dawn raids. But social workers did not consider allowing the youngsters back home to their parents.
“My understanding is that it is not always the case that sexual abuse is indicated when a medical examination is taking place,” Mr Lee said.
The children’s parents were not told what the e x a m i n a t i o ns had revealed, he added.
The Inquiry has heard how nine children were taken into care on the strength of statements by three other youngsters.
Mr Lee told solicitor Graham Robertson, the minister’s legal representative, that mention of a man named Morris had been made by another child, referred to at the inquiry as QW, In November last year.
She had spoken of Morris and of “horsey games”, appearing agitated as she did so. The children who made the original allegations were all members of the W family.
They were already in care and Mr Lee agreed they were more sexually aware for their age than the other children involved.
Mr Lee confirmed that when the nine children were interviewed, they said other people had been involved in the ritual dance and sex sessions.
After discussing the situation with an RSSPCC official he had denied parents access when the youngsters were taken into care because he was concerned they might talk about their alleged experiences.
Mr Lee again criticised the media for its reporting of the affair which, he said, had upset his family.
The inquiry at Kirkwall continues.
The following article is from Tues, March 13th 1990 and the one below that is from Wednesday, October 19th 1990.
He also chanted “Hail Satan” in Latin as other paedophile devil worshippers joined in and assaulted the girl at Stoke Mandeville Hospital in Buckinghamshire. The attack, which happened in 1975, shines a sinister new light on the former DJ’s 54-year reign of terror.
Savile, who died aged 84 in October 2011, is now Britain’s worst sex offender after police revealed he preyed on at least 450 victims aged eight to 47.
The girl kept her torment hidden for nearly 20 years before finally opening up to therapist Valerie Sinason.
Dr Sinason told the Sunday Express she first spoke to the victim in 1992. “She had been a patient at Stoke Mandeville in 1975 when Savile was a regular visitor.
“She recalled being led into a room that was filled with candles on the lowest level of the hospital, somewhere that was not regularly used by staff. Several adults were there, including Jimmy Savile who, like the others, was wearing a robe and a mask.
“She recognised him because of his distinctive voice and the fact that his blond hair was protruding from the side of the mask. He was not the leader but he was seen as important because of his fame.
“She was molested, raped and beaten and heard words that sounded like ‘Ave Satanas’, a Latinised version of ‘Hail Satan’, being chanted. There was no mention of any other child being there and she cannot remember how long the attack lasted but she was left extremely frightened and shaken.”
Savile was a volunteer porter and fundraiser at the hospital between 1965 and 1988 and had his own quarters there.
Five years after the hospital attack, he abused a second victim during another black mass ceremony held at a house in a wealthy London street.
The woman was 21 at the time and was made to attend an orgy, which later took on a darker twist.
Dr Sinason, director of the Clinic for Dissociative Studies in London, said: “A second victim approached me in 1993. She said she had been ‘lent out’ as a supposedly consenting prostituted woman at a party in a London house in 1980.
“The first part of the evening started off with an orgy but half-way through some of the participants left.
“Along with other young women, the victim was shepherded to wait in another room before being brought back to find Savile in a master of ceremonies kind of role with a group wearing robes and masks. She too heard Latin chanting and instantly recognised satanist regalia. Although the girl was a young adult, who was above the age of consent, she had suffered a history of sexual abuse and was extremely vulnerable.”
Both victims contacted Dr Sinason, who is president of the Institute of Psychotherapy and Disability, while she was involved in a Department of Health-funded study into sexual abuse committed during rituals and religious ceremonies. She said: “Both these witnesses did speak to police at the time but were vulnerable witnesses and on encountering any surprise or shock did not dare to give all the details.”
The police took no action.
She had been a patient at Stoke Mandeville in 1975 when Savile was a regular visitor
“Neither girl knew one another, they lived in different parts of the country and contacted me a year apart yet their experiences are very similar. Whether Savile was a practising Satanist or merely enjoyed dressing up to scare his victims even more will perhaps never be known but he left those two girls mentally scarred.”
Dr Sinason has passed details of the abuse to officers from the Savile inquiry, Operation Yewtree.
A joint report published on Friday by the Metropolitan Police and the NSPCC uncovered at least 30 claims of abuse at Stoke Mandeville.
The hospital said it was unable to discuss individual cases while its own “Speaking Out” investigation was ongoing.
Anne Eden, chief executive of Buckinghamshire Healthcare NHS Trust, said: “As the investigation’s name suggests, it is very keen to hear from anybody with any knowledge that they feel could help its work or anybody that needs support because of Jimmy Savile’s alleged behaviour.”