Monday 25 August 2014


Larchgrove children's home in Glasgow was one of many boy brothels in Scotland.

In the 1970s, Peter Righton, a very well connected member of a pedophile ring, was given the job of leading an investigation into allegations of abuse at Larchgrove.

Naturally, there were no prosecutions resulting from Righton's inquiry.

Tommy 'TC' Campbell (right)

Tommy 'TC' Campbell was a child inmate at Larchgrove children's home in Glasgow.

He knew boys who were abused and spoke of warders trying - but failing - to sexually abuse him.

Campbell was wrongly jailed for life for the deaths of six members of one family in a firebug attack during Glasgow’s infamous “ice cream wars”. 

He was jailed in 1984 and his conviction was not quashed until 20 years later.

The Larchgrove Assessment Centre for Boys in Glasgow

Des was put in Larchgrove 27 years ago as a boy. 

He was detained for playing truant from school to avoid bullying.

"I was in there between 1978 and 1979," he told the Sunday Herald. 

"The sexual and physical abuse was terrible. 

"This was perpetrated both by staff - although not all of them - and also by people who didn’t work there.

"I complained at the time, ran away and was dragged back screaming. Nothing was ever done. I still wake up screaming, sweat running off me, because of the abuse I suffered."

The Larchgrove Assessment Centre for Boys in Glasgow


Glasgow's pedophile rings are carefully hidden because they involve people in top positions of power.

11-year-old Moira Anderson

11-year-old Moira Anderson was last seen boarding a bus in Coatbridge, near Glasgow, Scotland, in 1957. 

According to The Sunday Times (Pressure on police to release paedophile dossier), 23 April 2006, Strathclyde Police have a dossier listing members of a child-abuse ring. 

The dossier is said to implicate senior public figures, including senior police officers and members of the Crown Office and former Scottish Office.


In Scotland, as many as 40 'care workers' were involved in abusing children at a school for vulnerable youngsters, called Kerelaw Residential Unit. 

Between 2006 and 2008, the number of deaths recorded was 29.

7 of these deaths were due to suicide or acts described as being of "undetermined intent".

4 deaths were due to road accidents.

1 death was due to murder.

In 2007, an independent report for the Scottish government found that there had been massive child abuse in Scottish care homes. (Scotland’s shame )

The Herald, 23 November 2007, provides the details 

(‘These are the voices that need to be heard’) :

Quarriers Homes, in Scotland

"When she was nine - or thereabouts - she (Elizabeth McWilliams) was raped by the man Quarriers called her house father. 

"'He took his chance,' she said matter-of-factly.

"Some children complained of abuse.

"That had consequences. 

"'Boys,' she said. 'Well, they were hung up on door hangers and their penises tied to doorhandles.'"

Quarriers Homes is a Christian community.

Nazareth House

Helen Holland was sent to Nazareth House in Kilmarnock, a children's home run by nuns.

At Nazareth House, Helen was raped by a priest.

"When she was eight, a nun pulled a hood over her head to help a priest rape her. The sexual abuse went on for three years until, aged 11, she fell pregnant. The same nun kicked her in the stomach until she miscarried."

She was 'beaten to a pulp' by a nun.

There was abuse at many other homes 

St Ninians

At St Ninians: "In 2003 Michael Murphy, 69, formerly known as Brother Benedict, a monk with the de la Salle order, was jailed for two years on ten charges of physical abuse during the 1960s, including torturing pupils with an electric shock device, force-feeding them vomit and whipping them with knotted boot laces."

Bible John.

Some people have speculated that Jimmy Savile was Bible John.

Savile ( )

Bible John murdered three young women after meeting them at the Barrowland Ballroom in Glasgow, between 1968 and 1969.


Susie Henderson says that, at the age of 4, she was raped by Sir Nicholas Fairbairn (above), a former top Conservative Member of Parliament and aide to Margaret Thatcher.

Fairbairn, a solicitor general for Scotland, reportedly was a visitor to the boy brothel Elm Guest House.

The BBC's Esther Rantzen had an affair with Fairbairn.


Robert Henderson

Susie Henderson says she was also abused by her late father, a prominent Queen's Counsel.

Miss Henderson has told the Daily Mail that she suffered years of sexual assaults by her late father, prominent Scottish QC Robert Henderson, who was a friend of Sir Nicholas Fairbairn.

Susie said of Fairbairn: "I hated that man. More than I hated my father. He just really wasn't a nice man.

"I want it acknowledged that my father and Fairbairn did something very evil. 

"Not just to me. 

"There are other children out there."

In the 1990's it was alleged that a ‘magic circle’ of judges, sheriffs and advocates were being blackmailed by 'rent boys'. 

Some people wondered why the Lockerbie trial judges, lawyers and police were so keen to accept dubious evidence from the CIA which was later reported to be completely fake.

Susie first made her allegations against Sir Nicholas in 2000 but an initial police investigation did not lead to any charges.

Susie Henderson reveals that her father once said: "If I go down, they’ll all go down with me."


Kenny MacAskill, Scotland's Justice Minister. What does he know about pedophile rings and the Scottish Criminal Justice System?

Susie says that her father let his powerful friends rape her.

She speaks of an organised paedophile ring

She has given the Daily Mail the names of six other top members of the Scottish legal profession who either abused her or were aware of the abuse.

Two of these top people are still alive.

Why did Alex Salmond suddenly decide to support NATO?

Susie 'has spent a lifetime in hiding.'

Susie's father Robert Henderson often beat his wife and Susie was regularly belted.

Susie believes her father started abusing her around the age of three.

According to Susie, "He always put a pillow over my head. Another time in the bath he abused me and put my head under the water...

"My father had parties where I had to dance for people. 

"He’d then put me in a bedroom. People came in. They had drugs there, lots of drink. My Dad used to give me drink."

"There were parties and drink and drugs and people half-naked. 

"I remember him taking me to a sauna one time. Another time, he took me to a judge’s house and left me there.’

Which top people were involved in a child abuse ring in Dunblane?

"With the Fettesgate scandal, my father had a list of all the prominent people involved and he used to just laugh. 

"He would say, 'If I go down, they’ll all go down with me.'

"He told me he could put me six feet under'

"He had all this evidence. He showed me. He just thought it was all hysterical. He knew he would take the whole lot of them with him. That’s why it was all hush-hushed."

Read more: http://www.dailymail.

Alex Salmond, First Minister of Scotland. What does he know about the Magic Circle?

The following is based on:

The Tragic Magic Circle – Scotlands Shameful Child Sexual Abuse Scandal Continues

The Magic Circle is said to be group of top people in Scotland involved in child abuse and the use of rent boys.

Reportedly, top people in the criminal justice system would arrange light sentences in return for gay sex.


Many top people have been linked to the Magic circle, including:

Sir Angus Grossart (Deputy Chairman of the Royal Bank of Scotland) 

Lord Hardie (judge of the Court of Session, and former Lord Advocate) 

Mr Ivor Reginald Guild (Ex Senior Partner of solicitors Shepherd and Wedderburn and prominent resident of the Edinburgh’s New Club)

The late Very Reverend Andrew Herron (former Moderator of the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland)

In 1988 possible homosexual blackmail had been suggested in the Burnett Walker Solicitors case [37]

Ian walker killed himself and money was missing [117][118] [119]

In 1989 Lord Devaird mysteriously resigned [119].

Operation Planet

On 24th March 1990 Lothian and Borders Police launched Operation Planet after a 16 year old boy from a care home, was sodomised by a number of men, having been given cannabis beforehand [1]

Five defendants walked free.

The Orr Report

Detective Inspector Roger Orr's report concluded:

"Homosexuality may well have been used as a means to seriously interfere with the administration of justice”[10] by “a well-established circle of homosexuals”, including judges, sheriffs and lawyers. Significantly, the report named names!

The report has still never been published and appears to have vanished.


At around midnight on July 19, 1992, an intruder entered the offices of the Serious Crime Squad and made off with a haul of confidential files.

One file was about the “magic circle”.

It was leaked.

The Crown Office appointed QC William Nimmo Smith, and a regional Procurator Fiscal, James Friel, to investigate (and arrange a cover-up?).

Nimmo Smith / Friel Report

Nimmo Smith was duped into revealing his findings to a bogus journalist. 

The “journalist” was none other than Derek Donaldson, the original thief of the Orr Report.

The Nimmo Smith report found no evidence of a homosexual conspiracy.

Days later, Nimmo Smith was admitted to hospital with nervous exhaustion. 

The Nimmo Smith / Friel Report was finally published in January 1993. 

In essence the Nimmo Smith / Friel Report found all the lawyers linked to the Magic Circle clique innocent of any wrongdoing and all of the policemen who investigated this affair guilty of homophobia. All the rent boys and others who supported the Orr findings were liars and crooks. Peoples powers of recall was also found by Nimmo Smith / Friel to be perfect among the lawyers, and wanting among the others [8a].

The Nimmo Smith report refers to a boy brothel in Thailand thought to have been frequented by several persons popular on the Edinburgh gay scene, including the gay element of the legal fraternity.

According to Nimmo Smith: “We are in possession of no evidence which would support this latter allegation.”

In this matter, Nimmo Smith had accepted the evidence Martin Frutin.

In 1996 Martin Frutin was convicted of possessing child pornography [123], and he moved to Thailand. 

He became a prominent member of the local Masonic Lodge, Pattaya West Winds, as well as the gay scene. 

His death is reported by Andrew Drummond in 2010 [94].

2012 Dec 28 Former Procurator Fiscal Depute Stuart Macfarlane is found with 15,000 child pornography images. He escaped earlier charges of indecency with a prostitute whilst serving under Lord Advocate Elish Angiolini, the Crown Office claiming at the time “it was not in the public interest” to prosecute the former prosecutor who has now admitted to being a paedophile. [20] One person said “There’s more chance of winning the lottery than winning justice in Scotland.” [125]

Continued here: The Tragic Magic Circle – Scotlands Shameful Child Sexual Abuse Scandal Continues

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At 25 August 2014 at 23:52 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

I was at Aberdand house for 3 years from 1963, i saw boys sodomised by homosexual workers there who would bring in other men and sell them to these men
not all staff were homosexuals and some would patch us up afterwards and tell us they could not stop important homosexuals from what they did.
We realised that at some high level these homosexuals were protected
when i first saw greville janner on the news i burst out shouying that he was one of those men

At 29 June 2015 at 12:06 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

Well this is a bloody revelation & I LIVE IN SCOTLAND!!
Seriously getting sick o the Disgusting Murdering Paedo F***s
The SNP MUST know it all.
So Much 4 their "transparency"
It's as clear as shi*e!

Thank you Aangirfan 4 another highly informative blog. xx

(Apologies 4 the language but I have seriously had enough)


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