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Wiltshire Police is acting like a public relations tool for David Icke
February 23, 2017 Uncategorized

On 3rd August 2015 Wiltshire Police Superintendent Sean Memory held a dramatic news conference outside the late Prime Minister Sir Edward Heath’s former home, Arundells, a beautiful house in Salisbury Cathedral close.

He told the gathered reporters he had information that:

a trial had been due to take place in the 1990s and information was received in that trial that Sir Ted Heath was involved in the abuse of children and the allegation is from the result of that information that the trial never took place.”

The police were now opening an inquiry into possible child abuse by the former Prime Minister, and were encouraging anyone who had been abused by him to come forward.

The trial to which he was referring was that of a well-known Salisbury Madame, Myra Ling-Ling Forde, who, it was suggested, had persuaded the authorities to drop charges against her of keeping a brothel by threatening to name Sir Edward Heath. Ms Ling-Ling Forde was my client. There was in fact no trial, and the case was dropped after prosecution witnesses, at least some of whom were serving prisoners, refused to give evidence.

It did my former client little good: a couple of year later she was prosecuted successfully for similar offences. No mention of Sir Edward Heath was made in her defence, and she was duly banged up for several years by Judge Martin Tucker QC, who described her, colourfully and just a little hyperbolically, of being responsible for a “festering sore of vice.” Judge Tucker is a very religious man with high moral standards.

The Independent Police Complaints Commission investigated the allegation. It found that the reason the case was dropped had nothing to do with allegations being threatened against Sir Edward, but was because the prosecution witnesses decided not to give evidence, a not uncommon occurrence, especially when, as in this case, many of them were themselves serving prison sentences.

But although that particular allegation has been discounted by the IPCC, Wiltshire Police have continued to lead an investigation into Sir Edward’s alleged criminality: it has been claimed that he was at best a paedophile with a penchant for teenage boys, and at worst a Satanist, a mass murderer and a shape-shifting reptile.

Last Sunday the Mail on Sunday led its front page with a dramatic story:

Sir Edward Heath WAS a paedophile says police chief.”

More than 30 people have come forward, the article alleged, with claims of sexual abuse by the former Prime Minister. They were said to have given “strikingly similar” accounts, although the individuals were not known to each other.

Wiltshire Chief Constable Mike Veale was “said to be 120% convinced” that the claims are true although he publicly responded with a statement distancing himself from the “120% convinced” claim, while not expressly denying having said it.

On Monday the Mail had an update: 0ne group of women was said to have told the police that Heath was part of a Satanic sex ring that murdered 16 children “in churches and forests around southern England and also in Africa.” It was left to the reader to guess whether Mr Veale was 120% convinced by this specific claim, even though it suggests that about half of the witnesses are “part of a group” rather than being in any way independent of each other.

The Mail on Sunday had cited as evidence the fact that Heath had in fact owned a car, even though his supporters – notably former Cabinet Secretary Robert Armstrong – had previously said that he had not done so. The former Prime Minister was pictured standing beside an old-fashioned Rover, and the paper also showed a picture of a man in glasses who bears some resemblance to Sir Edward sitting in the driving seat of another car. At least one of the pictures was taken in Weymouth, and the other was taken either in Weymouth or Blackpool. Ownership of a car – even if true – seems an unstable base on which to establish proof of Satanic serial killing, although it is true that many mass murderers have also been drivers.

Since Exaro News went bankrupt last year stories about establishment paedophile rings had died down somewhat. With the Mail’s “revelations” the internet immediately came alive again with believers in abstruse paedophile conspiracies claiming the story justified everything they have been saying for years.

Former BBC sports reporter and one-time Green Party leader David Icke crowed particularly loud. He had, he pointed out, said that Heath was a paedophile Satanist who sacrificed children in his book The Biggest Secret which was published in 1998 (not available from good book sellers, but very much available on his website, or Amazon). On Monday night he took to the airwaves again through his associated internet radio station – The Richie Allen show – to remind us that the former Prime Minister was not just a paedophile but a “monumental serial Satanist responsible for the death and torture of extraordinary numbers of children.”

Icke is not just an internet bore and fantasist. His behaviour is thoroughly nasty. He has accused innumerable people of being involved, like Ted Heath, in reptilian blood-drinking ceremonies, including Queen Elizabeth, Al Gore, Brian Mulrooney, Bob Hope, both George and George W. Bush, the Rothschild family and Kris Kristofferson These people may be famous, but they are still real people: you do not make such claims about real people unless either you have utterly cast iron, unimpeachable evidence or you are indifferent to the hurt you cause to others.

Mr Icke clearly does not have such evidence.Nor could he, because what he is suggesting is plausible only to the idiotic and the brain dead. What is more, if he had had evidence he would have been morally obliged to take it straight to the police. But Mr Icke’s coinage is not evidence: it is anonymous unverifiable allegation and innuendo distilled into the most scurrilous lies, which he then deploys without scruple. He delights in goading his victims, knowing that even if they sue him the resultant publicity will mean he rakes in yet more money from his repellent publications. What matters to him is that there is an audience of gullible dolts who pay to lap up his toxic emissions. The refusal of those who are still alive to to sue over his monstrous claims is presented as evidence that they are true. (In fact – although you won’t find much about it on his website – Icke was successfully sued in 2015, and agreed to pay damages of £50,000 damages, plus costs, to a Canadian lawyer called Richard Warman, whom Icke had falsely accused of trying to suppress the “truth” about Satanic child murders).

Despite, or perhaps because of, the nonsense in which he deals he is astonishingly influential. The starting point and central pillar of his success is an immensely popular website and an associated forum where discussions take place on such topics as the illuminati, Satanic practices, vaccination, race and immigration, 9/11, UFOs, reptilians and the Jewish control of the slave trade. He has 170,000 twitter followers, he speaks to packed houses all round the world (a ticket to listen to three hours of his drivel at the Casino de Paris will set you back around £50 or £60, and even with the benefit of a restricted view it is Є60), and his You Tube videos have had millions of views. According to Richie Allen, just one of his shows alone – Icke talking about paedophiles in 2014 – has now had over a million views. No doubt his relentlessly plugged books also sell well.

His core message is that many events in the world are controlled by the “illuminati,” many of whom (perhaps all – I’ve lost the thread a bit here along with some of the will to live) are “shape shifting reptilians.” Amongst the most evil and powerful of all these people are the Rothschilds, and he believes, or at least affects to believe, that Hitler, Churchill, Roosevelt and Stalin were illuminati under the control of the Rothschilds.

The list of things he disapproves of is a long one: he is anti-vaccination, anti-EU, anti-Queen Elizabeth (“indulges in human scarifice at Balmoral”), anti-President Obama (“a fake”), anti-Michelle Obama, anti-Hilary Clinton (nuclear war would have been a certainty had she won the election) and almost as much anti-Trump (his Presidency will prove catastrophic). Princess Diana was murdered in an occult ritual and 9/11 was, of course, an inside job arranged by the illuminati, amongst whom the Bush family are prominent members.

In Mr Icke’s world almost every public figure is a villain, and virtually all politicians are crooks if not lizards, although a possible exception seems to be made for Vladimir Putin (who, confusingly, in the real world actually is a crook, if not a lizard). It is true that if you delve back to 2009 Icke told us that Mr Putin was “illuminati controlled” (together with the snide, supposedly important, and false, information that “his mother was a Jew”), but in recent times the many stories about Russia on the Icke website have contained no reference to Mr Putin being controlled by reptiles. Instead, when you click on stories about Russia or Russian actions you are often taken seamlessly to the website of RT.com, the Kremlin funded propaganda site. Whatever Mr Icke’s view of Putin in 2009, his website has since become, through such links, an outlet for Russian Government official propaganda. Since Mr Icke would surely not willingly link to reptilian propaganda we must assume that he now absolves Mr Putin of involvement with the illuminati.

Unlike his view of Putin, Mr Icke’s view of Ted Heath has not mellowed over the years. Sir Edward was, of course, a member of the illuminati: half man and half reptile. Icke claims to have actually met him in a Sky Television make-up room in 1989, when he partially revealed his reptilian side:

When I arrived at the studio I was told to go to the make up room, I was , there was one other person in the room, that was Ted Heath who had come to have his make-up taken off. I turned to him and said “alright then, nice to meet you.

He never reacted, he turned to me, he never moved his body just his head, the only thing that moved was his eyes, … he scanned me … his eyes went from the top of my head to my feet and went back up again got to the top of my head then turned his head back and looked at the mirror all of his eyes, whites, and c0lour all went black. … When his eyes went into this blackness there was no point where I made eye contact.”

Icke learnt more about Sir Edward from a lady described as the “wife of a guy who used to be warden of Burnham Beeches.” Typically for Icke, she is not named, or properly identified.

She said to me that her husband was a Satanist, because they had to be to do their job because one of ther roles was to organise Satanic rituals for the elite in Burnham Beeches. During a period with her Satanic husband, she saw a light and when she got closer she saw a ritual going on with people in long gowns and the man leading the ritual was Ted Heath. This was amazing enough. As I was leaving .. I made a joke of it, I said I have been meeting people who keep telling me they keep seeing people turn into reptiles. I made joke of it I heard this woman heaving for breath … I turned around & the first thing she said was “oh my God I thought it was only me?” She said “ As I was observing the ritual Heath turned into a reptile and grew about 2 feet.” This growing into a much taller entity is, probably about 95% of accounts ….”

It is not clear whether the 30 people now claiming to be victims of Sir Edward’s paedophile activities have described the already 6’0” former Prime Minister growing to eight feet and developing reptilian eyes. Mr Veale would no doubt cite operational reasons for not telling us us if they had. More to the point, nor is it clear how many of those claiming to have been abused by Heath have heard about his activities on Mr Icke’s You Tube channel, read about them on his website, or on the thousands and thousands of posts on his forum, or indeed any of the myriad other public and private places on the internet where Mr Heath’s murderous and paedophile tendencies are taken as established beyond question. Given the importance ascribed to the fact that the witnesses have given “strikingly similar accounts,” it is of considerable relevance.

Mr Icke’s is far from being the only website to trash Heath’s reputation. I have not even bothered to mention the suspended barrister Michael Shrimpton who specialises in spinning wild and convoluted tales of Heath’s wrongdoing. In Shrimpton’s world “German intelligence” plays much the same role that reptiles play in Icke’s, but they share the common theme of paedophilia and child murder.

Mr Veale and his team will have needed almost infinite resources of time, patience and money to wade through even what is publicly available – to say nothing of what chatter may have taken place in anonymous chatrooms and Facebook pages – before being able to decide that the complainants are “independent” of each other.

It would be nice to think that at the end of this police inquiry we will have a nice clear report setting out what the evidence is against Heath, allowing anyone interested to make up their own minds. It is, of course, just possible that out of this miasma of misinformation and imagination some real evidence of criminality may even be found.

Unfortunately that does not seem to be the intention of Mr Veale at all. Instead, he has promised:

at the conclusion of this investigation a confidential closing report will be written. Our approach is to be as open and transparent as possible and at that time I will take advice as to what information I can properly put into the public domain. This investigation may contribute to the wider picture of truth seeking and reconciliation ….”

What is the purpose is of a “confidential closing report?” One notable advantage of confidentiality is actually set out in Mr Veale’s statement itself: the police can decide – on advice – what information they can properly “put into the public domain.” We can be sure that no names, or information capable of identifying any of the complainants will be made public, because to do so where sexual allegations are concerned would be a criminal offence. Any Icke or Shrimpton-influenced chancer or fantasist is thereby emboldened to say what they like about a man who cannot respond.

The coppers are only human, and it would hardly be surprising if they do their best to ensure that whatever information is eventually made public, it does not make them look like boobies who have wasted the best part of two years and a million pounds preparing a case that can not only never be tried in court but can never even be made public except in an anonymised, bowdlerised and – to use a word police officers love – heavily redacted form. Even if it were the job of the police to draw conclusions about Mr Heath’s guilt or innocence (and it is not), any conclusions they do choose to make public will be untested, largely untestable and possibly self-serving. Mr Icke will have another field day, the rest of us will be none the wiser.

How exactly any of this will contribute, as Mr Veale puts it, “to the wider picture of truth and reconciliation,” is quite beyond me. Who is to judge the truth of the allegations? By what means is that truth to be established?  Who is to be reconciled with whom? The sole beneficiary of the whole sordid circus so far has been the revolting Mr Icke. Once the inquiry is wound up and the confidential report is duly delivered by secure courier to Mr Veale’s secure office it is hard to see how anyone except Mr Icke will have benefited at all. These are tough times and Wiltshire Constabulary could be better employed than in using public money to lay on a massive public relations exercise for Britain’s leading lizard-hating conspiracy theorist.

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  1. When you mentioned ,”brain dead”, were you referring to Mr Veale?

  2. It is beyond belief that this man heads a county police force. The expression “120%” is one small giveaway.

  3. It may be worthwhile digging into the original source of the allegations against Heath, Josef Frolik

    http://outlawjimmy.com/uk/right-teds-dead/

    • From you link:

      “I will focus on [MI5]’s primary aim, which is to defend the state against those on the left of British politics, and continually works towards undermining them whenever possible….”

      “In August 1985, it was revealed that MI5 were directly responsible for the vetting of BBC employees……”

      “So going on what has been basically outlined above, can one safely assume that one of the roles of the Intelligence Services, specifically MI5, is to ensure that Britain is subtly, and covertly steered towards the right politically?”

      That would be “NO!” then!

    • ^ This is a very interesting blogpost.

      There may have been attempts to smear Heath by CIA and allied right wing elements within 5 and/or 6 due to him being pro-EEC.

      This article from Ken Livingstone, written in 1999, might be worth revisiting:

      http://www.independent.co.uk/arts-entertainment/the-secret-conspiracy-to-destroy-peace-in-ireland-1094846.html

  4. I congratulate you in that you must have trawled through Icke’s utter (how shall I put this? ah yes) crap. It’s a shame more if his ‘victims’ don’t sue him. I’d have thought a law suit in the States would cost him an arm and a leg… err…do reptiles have arms?

    I met Heath once for a BBC radio interview. Odd man: socially awkward and difficult. A regular member of the C of E (high church I believe) and a reasonably good organust. You can be many things as an Anglican – Papist, agnostic, happy chappy evangelical, even an atheist – but I think Welby etc would draw the line at Satanist, even if it didn’t include child abuse and murder.

    Having read your essay I am left with this –
    Icke is either a very good showman or completely bonkers
    Depression….that so many are willing to pay £60 to hear him talk. They must have something missing in their lives
    Were I a community charge payer in Wiltshire I’d refuse to pay the Police Precept until Mr Veale was either sacked or put on traffic duty for the rest of his career.

    Now it’s time to change into a rhinoceros. I feel my nose turning into a horn.

  5. ‘Gullible dolts’ I like that Matthew. But you didn’t mention the numerous ‘agent provocateurs’ who haunt social media, and deliberately defame others, encouraging and attracting themselves – a following of their own ‘gullible’, but more often, not gullible at all. Just plain nasty people who, for some reason, take great delight in hurting others. But that’s human nature isn’t it Matthew ? Not everyone is strong enough to rebuke their attacks. These are the people the law should be protecting decent folk – living and dead, against, not dead disc jockeys and ex-PM’s who probably hurt no one while they were alive. We can’t pin this on Icke alone – even – half brain-dead folk know he is barmy. But, well done anyway – keep up the good work Matthew – Rabbit

  6. In the ordinary course when the police are investigating an allegation against Joe Bloggs and get reliable information that Mr Bloggs had died, that is the end of the investigation.

    Now let’s put it in language that even a Chief Constable can understand.

    Sir Edward Heath is no more! He has ceased to be! ‘E’s expired and gone to meet ‘is maker ‘E’s a stiff! Bereft of life, ‘e rests in peace! ‘E’s pushing up the daisies! ‘Is metabolic processes are now ‘istory! ‘E’s off the twig! ‘E’s kicked the bucket, ‘e’s shuffled off ‘is mortal coil, run down the curtain and joined the bleedin’ choir invisibile!!
    ‘E IS AN EX-PERSON!!

  7. I don’t why the hapless Rothschild family gets so much grief for as far as billionaires goes, the head of the family Evelyn Rothschild is only worth about $1.6B which can easily be checked with Forbes. He is well down on the billionaire status list and although even $1B is not to be sniffed at there are 100s more US billionaires far richer than Rothschild and dozens of British billionaires who make him seem like a poor cousin. How he & his family who while being very wealthy ( most are just multi-millionaires) have become the beacon of the conspiracy merchants and given so much power as to be basically the rulers of the world is simply ludicrous. Moreover the Rothschild family are great benefactors of both the arts and charities and if anything, veer towards the left of politics in that they believe workers should be well paid and so on. Yet they and George Soros are repeatedly purported to be the instigators of the mythical One World Order, Illuminati leaders and so on. Madness.

  8. Always thought Sean Memory from Wilshire was a gag from the same satirist who decided Det Supt Jon Savell should do the Duncroft gig for Surrey. Who remembers the Laughing Policeman these days.

  9. That’s a very interesting point about the pro-Russian slant of Icke’s site. I wonder who his donors are.

  10. Nice piece of writing, Matthew.
    I can see that you are absolutely furious about this, and yet you have the discipline to write a cogent, overwhelming text that keeps safely this side of a rant.
    A model of its kind.

  11. Superb, Matthew. Thank you. This produced a snort: “…although it is true that many mass murderers have also been drivers.” But the claim that Heath never drove is reminiscent of Rolf Harris’ claim in court never to have been to Cambridge. In neither case was such an emphatic claim stricly necessary, and if shown to be overstated, it can undermine the defence. Do lawyers have a name for this type of misstep?

    • The French say Qui s’excuse s’accuse

    • I can’t think of a name for it, but there is a direction often given in criminal trials that jurors should not assume guilt because a defendant has lied, as there are many reasons for lying other than guilt of the offence charged. It’s called a “Lucas” direction, after a case of that name. One problem with it, though, is that it merely serves to highlight the lie!

      Anyway it’s not in point here, because no-one’s suggesting Heath lied about not driving.

      • “Anyway it’s not in point here, because no-one’s suggesting Heath lied about not driving.”

        True, although Lord Armstrong, who is still alive, gave a something of a hostage to fortune with his claims that Heath never drove.

        He also stated that he thought Heath was ‘completely asexual’. I think that was most peoples’ impression, including people who knew Heath relatively well.

  12. Over on Twitter Bill Maloney’s sister in law ‘Kim’ claims to have ‘cast iron evidence’ of Edward Heath’s alleged nefarious activities with children. A few of the usual CSA pitchforkers are backing her claims that her late husband was a victim of Heath

    • Seriously? Kim Maloney of Twitter is Bill’s sister-in-law? This is another one for the ‘couldn’t make it up’ file.

    • After a hysterical bout declaring he wouldn’t say that to her face, she was lightning quick to hit the block button when Matthew suggested they should meet though wasn’t she.
      Or perhaps she is a he – who knows. That account certainly doesn’t stack up (hint: Maloney family tree) and has zero credibility but worth filing under “CSA fruitloop” and taking a look at now and then for the entertainment value.

  13. “anti-Hilary Clinton (nuclear war would have been a certainty had she won the election)”: it’s fascinating that even the loopy sometimes express a sound opinion. That, however, is not clearly the case with the Chief Constable, who sounds as if he is due a psychiatric assessment.

  14. Such a good blog in general. Always something intelligent and pertinent to read. A gem in the internet mine. Is there a podcast too? Thank you.

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  16. I’ve got a mention or two of Heath on the False Rape Timeline, and I just published an article about the modern Keystone Kops. This may be idiocy but what is happening to live people is not. Moor Larkin has published some excellent documentation on the lies about Savile; he may be dead but people who knew him are still under seige.

    What really annoys me about Icke is that he understands the banking scam, but polluting it with all this garbage makes it difficult for the financial reform movement.

    On a related subject Counsel, do you agree with my analysis of the Emma Humphreys case, in particular that it should never have got anywhere near the Court of Appeal?

    https://writing.wikinut.com/The-Canonisation-Of-Emma-Humphreys/34q9z807/

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