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I’m not able to log into Twitter at the moment, which is a pity as I have discovered something I think may be important about Pindown. I went to school with Lynn Eaton. I don’t know if she is the same lady who is the chair of Social Work Today and because it was 40 years ago since I last saw her it’s hard to know if it’s her from the photo. My friend Lynn Eaton had curly hair, really tight curls, and she was mad about horses, as I was, and she wanted to work for the RAF. We were in the same class at Stafford Girls High School, until I was taken into local authority care for running away from being abused.
1962: An MP on trial, the Solicitor-General his Defence Counsel and Macmillan’s timely Night of the Long Knives (13th July)
Horobin in 1934, National Portrait Gallery, http://www.npg.org.uk/collections/search/portrait/mw120053/Sir-Ian-Macdonald-HorobinA fly in the reshuffle
Will Black’s recent article for his Huffington Post blog here asks whether Cameron’s cabinet reshuffle wasn’t more window dressing designed to distract from the ongoing pressure on the Palace of Westminster to take itself seriously as just another institution under investigation for child abuse allegations?
52 years earlier on the same date, 13th July, Harold Macmillan, Conservative Prime Minister, culled one third of his Cabinet. Remarkably, at the time of the reshuffle, a resolutely unremorseful Sir Ian Horobin MP (Con. Oldham East) was due to stand trial five days later for a number of indecent assaults on teenage boys during 1958-1961 as reported in The Times on 16 May 1962.
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Throughout the Westminster Paedophile Ring scandal, there have been curious coincidences.
Like why Capital Gay were always so pro-Spartacus, ran their ads, yet knew nothing of their paedophilia.
Like why the owner of Gay News and his mate, who later was given thanks in a book that supported Paedophilia, setup a limited company called Coltsfoot at the same time that Spartacus purchased Coltsfoot productions.
Then there has been the odd fact that the Fernbridge seem to have found little evidence to go on, even when people like me can produce substantial evidence to form the basis of arrests just from looking online. Not a coincidence, but worth mentioning, just in case you believe the Police do not have their hands politically tied.
So Would You Be Surprised At Another Funny Little Coincidence?
It turns out that Leon Brittan’s PPS in 1984, was actually a guy called Tim Smith…
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