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Organised paedophilia is happening on a global scale that staggers the imagination.  My research is concentrated in the North Wales region.

“The individual is handicapped by coming face to face with a conspiracy so monstrous he cannot believe it exists.” ~J. Edgar Hoover

On 9/11/2012 ‘Care’ home CSA victim Steve Messham famously said “After seeing a picture in the past hour of the individual concerned, this [is] not the person I identified by photograph presented to me by the police in the early 1990s, who told me the man in the photograph was Lord McAlpine. 

David Rose co-wrote a Daily Mail article on 13/11/12.  It was a defamatory hatchet job on Steve Messham, and was in stark contrast to an article which was co-written by David Rose for the Observer back in September 1992 whereby Messham’s testimony did not come into question.  Why the about turn?

In the Mail article it is stated: “Of all the allegations made by Messham and others, it was the heinous accusations against Lord McAlpine that were the most sensational.  These claims were aired in detail at the Waterhouse inquiry, in which the name ‘McAlpine’ was raised.

Indeed they were.  The North Wales child abuse scandal was the subject of a three-year, £13 million investigation into the physical and sexual abuse of children in ‘care’ homes in North Wales, including the Bryn Estyn children's home at Wrexham.  This child abuse investigation was considered to be the biggest ever held in Britain.  The report into the scandal, headed by retired High Court judge Sir Ronald Waterhouse QC was published in 2000.  Sir Ron had been unable to ascertain who had told Steve that one of his abusers was Lord Alistair McAlpine.  That person was a police officer who would, years later, be the cause of the ‘mistaken identity’ furore.  Sir Ron’s ‘Lost in Care’ report consists of 893 pages, yet there is no mention at all of the police officer who had shown Steve a photo back in the early 90s of a man that the officer had told him was Lord McAlpine.  Why?

The following are some of the questions I ask of Waterhouse:

Why didn’t Waterhouse establish who had interviewed Messham and shown him the photo back in the early 1990s? 

Why didn’t Waterhouse establish why that police officer had incorrectly told Messham that the man in the photo was Lord McAlpine?

Why didn’t Waterhouse establish who the man in the photo was?

Why didn’t Waterhouse find out if that photo is still in existence?

Why didn’t Waterhouse state exactly when this police officer had shown Messham the photo which we are told was ‘back in the early 1990s’?

Why didn’t Waterhouse outline what action was taken as a result of Messham’s interview by the police at that time?

Why didn’t Waterhouse establish who the senior police officer was who had received the ‘5 or 6 dozen’ explicit photos of Steve and other boys being sodomized by their abusers that  Steve Messham had handed to police when he was 16 years old?  Why didn’t Waterhouse state the exact date of this occurrence?  Why didn’t he name the senior interviewing officers who would have interviewed him at that time?  Why isn’t a summary of that interview and the outcome of it outlined in the Waterhouse report?  Why didn’t Waterhouse establish whether or not said photos were still in existence, and if they weren’t, who had given the order for them to be shredded?

All of this and more is addressed in great detail in my pdf.  Read on.