Friday, 11 July 2014



Butler-Sloss protected the notorious child abuser Bishop Peter Ball (above), the former Bishop of Lewes and Bishop of Gloucester.

Baroness Butler-Sloss hid bishop's sex abuse

Butler-Sloss was once in charge of an investigation into child abuse by Church of England priests.

She hid from her report the revelations about child sex abuse by Bishop Ball.

Phil Johnson was one of those abused. He says he was "pressured to agree to exclude information about the bishop from the report".

Ball could have links to top pedophiles who operated in East Sussex and London.


Ball and Prince

Eventually, on 27 March 2014, Peter Ball, the former bishop of Gloucester and Lewes, was charged with sexually assaulting young boys.

This followed an investigation by Sussex police.

The police investigated allegations of sexual offences by Ball against 19 young men and boys, in East Sussex and elsewhere between the 1970s and the early 1980s.

Two of the boys were 12 and 13 when the alleged offending occurred in the late 1970s.

Vincent S. aged 10 yrs, from Grafton Children's Home, was taken to Elm Guest House (above) and to a house in Bexhill, in East Sussex.

Back in November 2012 Ball was arrested at his home address in Somerset, a property owned by Prince Charles's Duchy of Cornwall.

Back in 2012, the police decided not to interview Ball and not to prosecute.

Stingemore (centre)

John Stingemore lived in Bexhill in East Sussex.

John Stingemore was deputy head of Grafton Close children's home which supplied boys for the boy brothel known as Elm Guest House.

Sussex Police received a complaint about a sexual assault by Sir Jimmy Savile in Worthing in Sussex.

Nicholas Rabet ran a children's activity centre in Sussex.

He lived at Cross-in-Hand, near Heathfield, for five years before moving to Asia, and was suspected of having had sex with up to 300 underage boys. 

Adrian and Lee Johns and siblings. SABOTAGE OF WHISTLEBLOWER'S CAR? Adrian Johns died in a mysterious fire in Brighton.

Adrian Johns, former resident of Bryn Alyn children's home, died in a 1992 fire aged 32 in Brighton, East Sussex. Verdict - unlawful killing.

Cabinet Ministers.

Christopher Hunnisett

Peter Bick lived in Bexhill in East Sussex.

On 23 April 2012, a former altar boy, Christopher Hunnisett, 28, appeared in court accused of murdering Peter Bick, 57, as part of a campaign of hate against paedophiles.

Bick is believed to have been a friend of Prince Philip.

Police found Peter Bick, 57, dead in his flat on January 11 201.

Peter Bick

Hunnisett handed himself in at Hastings Police Station, admitting the crime.

Hunnisett was involved in a sexual relationship with Bick.

Bick shared a love of carriage racing with Prince Philip.

Hunnisett had 'paedophile hit list', court told - Bexhill News.

Manchester and Salford Police's Chief Constable, W J Richards (centre), with Jimmy Savile.


  1. Goddard inquiry: Outrage as bishop jailed for sex offences given public funding for legal team

    30 July 2016

    A disgraced bishop jailed for a string of sex offences has been given public funding for a legal team at the Government’s child sex abuse inquiry, The Telegraph can disclose.

    The decision to pay for lawyers, costing taxpayers up to £200 an hour, to defend the reputation of Peter Ball, the former Bishop of Gloucester and of Lewes, has outraged his victims.

    Ball is the first convicted sex offender to be granted taxpayer funds, setting a precedent that could pave the way for dozens of paedophiles to get the same deal.

    He received the legal funding because he “may be subject to explicit criticism by the inquiry”.

    A lawyer close to the inquiry said: “I was really surprised Ball was given funding. The issue is about how he was allowed to get away with it by the Church not about his offending. He has already been investigated and pleaded guilty.”