Jun 1 2013
Was Simon Cowell aware of the Paedophile ring connected to Jonathan King when he put up £50,000 bail money?
The Daily Mirror
In the article – found lower down this page – you can read how the Daily Mirror reported on Max Cliffords court case in relation to the sex attacks he allegedly carried out over a 19 year period. This report is more or less an exact copy of how the rest of the MSM reported on the case… And it absolutely fucking stinks to be honest.
There is even a short video included in the article… A very carefully edited video mind you, in which you don’t see or hear a man called Bill Maloney confronting Clifford.
Now, I am sure that most of you know who Bill is, but for those who don’t he is an independent film-maker who specialises in child abuse issues. You can find Bill’s films HERE
Bill confronts Clifford on his way into court and on his way out again. He specifically, repeatedly asks Clifford, about the 13 year old children that the PR Guru sent to Peter Stringfellows nightclub to be abused and a paedophile ring that Bill insinuates that Clifford knew about.
On the video of this confrontation which can be found by clicking HERE Bill can be heard quite clearly, twice asking Clifford if he and Simon Cowell knew that Jonathan King was operating a paedophile ring. There is however, no mistaking the question to be more of an accusation.
It will be interesting to see what Cowell does now. I strongly suspect nothing.
Clifford’s reaction to Bill’s persistent accusations is – to me at least – extremely telling.
Moreover, for what it’s worth, I 100 percent believe that Bill has got his facts right. Very much in the same way that, I have no doubts that he was telling the truth when he stood on the steps in a packed Trafalgar Square, and announced into a microphone that the Queen Mother was a paedophile.
Bills questions aimed at Clifford in regard to the paedophile ring would obviously explain why Cowell put up the £50 grand bail money when the Vile nonce King was charged with sexually abusing young boys. Naturally, Cowell denies any knowledge of Kings activities and is keen to distance himself from his former friend.
Course, it is quite obvious that Clifford is being ‘protected’ in order to ensure his silence about the perverse activities of those much higher up the social scale. Clifford should in fact be facing some extremely serious charges. I mean, it isn’t as if the Police cannot find any evidence to link him to child abuse.
For instance, their is plenty of evidence on Clifford to be found by clicking HERE
I wish to fuck people would now get their heads out of their arses, just long enough to realise that, the celebrities they hero worship, the government they trust and the Royal Family they believe to be beyond reproach are all up to their necks in the sordid practice of child rape.
Only then, will we see justice done.
Max Clifford tells of “nightmare” as he denies sexually assaulting seven teenage girls
The millionaire PR guru was in court accused of carrying out 11 attacks over a 19-year period, on girls aged between 15 and 19
Accused: Max Clifford arrives at Westminster Magistrates’ Court
PR guru Max Clifford today described his “nightmare” as he denied sexually assaulting seven teenage girls.
The millionaire PR guru was in court accused of carrying out 11 attacks over a 19-year period, on girls aged between 15 and 19.
After his court appearance he said: “I’m totally innocent of these allegations and the nightmare continues.
“All I know is up until the Jimmy Savile situation no one ever said anything about me.
“This is a nightmare for myself and my family and has been since December when I was arrested in a very public way.
“What I’ve got to do now is to prove that these allegations are totally without foundation, which they are.”
Appearance: Court artist sketch by Elizabeth Cook of Max Clifford at Westminster Magistrates’ Court
Clifford, 70, who has worked with hundreds of celebrities including Simon Cowell, Frank Sinatra and Muhammad Ali, was jeered by child abuse campaigners as he arrived at the court.
Accompanied by his wife Jo Westwood, Clifford needed a five-strong police escort as he battled his way in to the building and past photographers.
He said he had only just been told the identity of the alleged victims. “My lawyers have only just been told who they are.
“Since December I have been in the dark and anonymous people have made accusations from a long, long time ago,” he said.
“Obviously I will be able to find out an awful lot more.”
At Westminster magistrates court, Clifford spoke in a hushed tone as he entered 11 separate not guilty pleas.
Prosecutor Deborah Carr said three of the claims relating to one alleged victim in 1977 and 1978 were specimen charges – where more than one allegation can be bundled together.
Ms Carr added: “The defendant is charged with 11 incidents of indecent assault against seven different women.
“The women were aged 15 to 19 years old when the indecent assaults took place.”
The alleged attacks are said to have happened between 1966 and 1985.
Clifford was released on conditional bail before his next appearance on June 12 at Southwark crown court, South East London.
He is banned from contacting his alleged victims, having unsupervised contact with anyone aged under 18 and must live at his home in Hersham, Surrey.
Paul Morris, defending, said: “Mr Clifford knows that he is under considerable scrutiny and he is conducting himself with the utmost seriousness.”
Clifford is the first high profile person to be charged with offences arising out of Operation Yewtree, the Met Police investigation set up to investigate the sex abuse storm surrounding late TV presenter Jimmy Savile.
There is no suggestion he had any connection to abuse carried out by Savile.
The accompanying video can be found by clicking HERE