Friday, 16 January 2015


The Jersey child abuse inquiry has heard that Sir Jimmy Savile sexually abused a boy who was resident at the Haut de la Garenne children's care home.

In 2009, the boy told police about the abuse, which had happened in 1976.

However, allegedly, the police were protecting Sir Jimmy Savile.

Allegedly Savile worked for the security services, and allegedly Savile supplied children to the elite for sex.

Jimmy Savile was a regular visitor to Jersey.

Savile, who died in 2011, was never investigated about the allegations.

Haut de la Garenne was reportedly the site of child torture, rape and murder, involving top people.


John Stingemore, above, managed the Grafton Close children's care home, in London.

Stingemore supplied children from the Grafton Close home to the Elm Guest House boy brothel.

Clients of the Elm Guest house boy brothel included members of the UK security services, UK government ministers and people linked to the Royal Family.

Kennedy Court, St Leonards-on-Sea, where Stingemore is believed to have died. 

On 16 January 2015, it was reported that John Stingemore had died.

He died in mysterious circumstances, just before going on trial.

Stingemore was charged with abusing young boys in the Elm Guest House during the 1980s and was due to appear in court on 2 February 2015.

Islington in London has been a centre of child abuse rings working from children's care homes.

Dr Liz Davies (above) has helped to expose some of the abuse.

She says: 'The abusers are still out there'

She has been addressing more than 400 people at the Child Abuse inquiry - Time for Action and Justice meeting.

She has said: "The 14 inquiries Islington launched were a complete sham. All my records went missing, so I can be forgiven for thinking it was an absolute cover up."

There is a belief that the security services have run child abuse rings and brothels in various parts of the United Kingdom.

Elm guest house; missing boys; Leon Brittan 

Elm guest house, Grafton close, Amsterdam .


  1. The police are quoted as stating there were "no suspicious circumstances" in Stingemore's death. Of course, any death connected to these cases should be regarded as suspicious. By the time these cases reach resolution major players will either be dead or will be discharged due to a lack of evidence because of these deaths. They're doing it again - right in front of us.

  2. For that file drawer where you keep international pieces of the big puzzle:

    Strikes me as a small and independent action, but you see more than I do,

  3. Mr Aangir - brilliant blog - wanted to ask, do you know whats happened to "Coleman" of the colemanexperience?

    1. Sorry, I don't know.

      - Aangirfan.

    2. Ok, thats fair enough. His disappearance seems strange. Others are also asking on sites such as Spivey, Icke, etc. Would appreciate if you could e-mail, have some other info to ask your opinion on? I'm at