Wednesday, 12 August 2015


Myra Forde operated a child Brothel one mile from Edward Heath's home.

She has now changed her story and now admits that she supplied young males to Edward Heath.

She told Channel 4 News: 'I can't really tarnish his name. I promised him that.'

In The Sun, Forde says: 'I knew Edward Heath in the early 90s and provided young men for him.'

According to Forde, Heath paid £500 a time for young foreign male escorts.

Some time back, Winchester Crown Court heard that Forde trained runaway children as prostitutes.

The court was told that one 15-year-old, controlled by Forde, had sex with five men at once.

One 13-year-old would go straight from school to the brothel.

Myra Forde's Salisbury brothel (above) is within the WILTSHIRE police district.

Wiltshire Police are facing a corruption investigation over its handling of Edward Heath child abuse claims.

Wiltshire Police are to be put in charge of all investigations into Edward Heath.

'Child abuse by Edward Heath' was reported to Wiltshire police in the 1990s.

A retired 'very senior' officer now claims that the criminal trial of Myra Forde was derailed in the 1990s to protect Heath.

Reportedly, when the allegations of child abuse were made in the 1990s, Wiltshire police did not question Heath and did not search his home.

In 2011, Wiltshire's Deputy Chief Constable David Ainsworth, formerly ACC of Kent Police, was found hanged in his home.[29][30][31]


  1. Heath the Cercle Pinay, the CIA funded EU movement & the CIA funded Bilderberg.

    THE MONDAY CLUB AND SIF Besides its intelligence and industrial a llies, the ISC also gained considerable political support, particularly in the favourable political climate following the election victory of the Conservatives under Edward Heath in June 1970. The main political group echoing the ISC's concerns on Communist subversion was the Monday Club , a ginger group within the Conservative Party which included many Members of Parliament, several of whom were intelligence veterans.

    The Monday Club had been set up within the Conservative party in 1961 to bring together defendants of South Africa and White Rhodesia who opposed the new decolonisation policy announced by Conservat ive Prime Minister Harold Macmillan in his "winds of change" speech. One of th e earliest members of the Monday Club, joining in 1962, was Sir John Biggs-Davison , a Conservative MP from 1955 until his death in 1988. From at l east 1965 on, Biggs-Davison served on the PEU Central Council with Vice-President Otto von Habs burg and the PEU International Events Secretary and future Belgian coor dinator of the Cercle complex, Florimond Damman , described in the next chapter (76). A stalwart in the Monday Club, Biggs- Davison would serve as its President from 1974 to 1976. Another Monday Club member with lin ks to the Cercle complex – indeed a future Chairman of the Cercle Pinay itself - was Julian (Lord) Amery . Amery was a prominent MP on the Conservative Right with a long history of extensive intelligence contacts. Having served in the Balk ans with MI6's Section D and the Special Operations Executive (SOE) during the war, he was one of the major figures who pushed MI6 in the immediate post-war period to adopt its disastrous plan "to liberate the countries within the Soviet orbit by any means short of war", notably the catastrophic attempts to "set the Soviet Union ablaze" by landing armed bands of émigrés in Albania, Latvia, the Caucasus and the Ukraine.


    1. That Monday Club? ( ) And I thought it was about molesting young teens, perhaps the elite do like things to be multi-purpose. Actually I thought the Thursday Club ( ) became the Monday Club.

      From LaRouche: "The principal vehicle for Philip's widely alleged filandering was the Thursday Club, later renamed the Monday Club. A leading member of the group was Dr. Stephen Ward, the pimp for a ring of call­ girls that serviced only the "finest" English gentlemen."

      Also, that this happened around the time of Stephen Ward's death, which would be 1963 not 1961, the best source I could find is: "understand that the 'Thursday Club' became the 'Monday Club' in that 'one crowded hour'. Time magazine was in front of this story a long time ago, and got sued for it."

      (Cap'n Jack on a thread on the Hammersmith Nude Murders. His theory, by the way, is that some of these murders were a mop-up for the Ward case. Also on this thread, accusations that Ward's girls _didn't_ service 'only the "finest" English gentlemen' but also West Indian blacks. There's a racial aspect to the whole affair, also note Rachman's role as a slumlord catering to/exploiting West Indian blacks.)

      It's really hard to find information on this. The Time article is behind a firewall:,9171,870391,00.html .

      Of course, here's the official version of the Thursday Club story, "Innocent Days at the Thursday Club" .


  2. Have lessons been learned ?

    The Times, November 12th, 1985
    ‘Parliament: Concern at prosecution tactics – DPP’s office’

    The Director of Public Prosecutions should be asked to put his house in order or resign, Mr Geoffrey Dickens (Littleborough and Saddleworth, C) maintained during questions in the Commons to the Solicitor General.

    Many MPs and members of the public were very disturbed at the workings of the DPP’s office, said Mr Dickens.

    Time and time again (he said) good and proper evidence is put forward and many times charges are abandoned. Many times lesser charges are brought which disturbs many people like myself and certainly disturbs observers at the trial.

    Will the Solicitor General ask the DPP to get his house in order or resign?

    Sir Patrick Mayhew, the Solicitor General: I shall talk to the DPP at 3.45pm today but I shall not put to him that question or suggestion Mr Dickens has just put. His question was rather long on generalities but singularly short on particulars.

    Monday 29 June 2015

    Simon Danczuk, the Labour MP for Rochdale who has campaigned for the case to be heard in court, said that Ms Saunders was responsible for a "catalogue of errors".

    Mr Danczuk said: "I think she should resign for an number of reasons. S he has made a number of bad judgments and she is just not fit to do the job.

    "She made mistakes on a case around FGM (female genital mutilation), serious errors in her attempt to prosecute journalists and now another serious error regarding the Lord Janner case.

    "She ignored her advisers, took a long time to make the decision, then announced it when parliament was not sitting although there was significant public interest.

    "Most important of all, it was a serious mistake because she failed to understand both the mood of the public and the emotional distress she was causing to the alleged victims.

    "We cannot have somebody leading the Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) who is cold and dispassionate towards alleged victims."

    Peter Garsden, a solicitor representing nine of the alleged victims in the Lord Janner case, said that his clients wanted to see Ms Saunders go.

    "As far as my clients are concerned, to a man they have all said that they think that Alison Saunders should resign," he said.

    "Now that Lord Janner is going to be prosecuted they are delighted but they still take the view that Alison Saunders has been proved wrong and that they have been exposed to unnecessarily long suffering while they awaited the outcome of this review."

  3. If anyone has copies of Heath's appearances on the Dame Edna show, it would be interesting to review them to look for subtext in light of the current allegations.