Friday, December 30, 2011

Investigative Journalist Mike James and David Icke Call Gordon Brown Out as a Paedophile!!!

Child porn arrests 'too slow'

Sunday Herald, The, Jan 19, 2003 | by Investigation by By Neil Mackay 

OPERATION Ore, the police inquiry which plans to arrest a further 7000 men across the UK, in addition to Who guitarist Pete Townshend, for buying child pornography online is set to end in disaster with many suspects walking free.

Detective Chief Inspector Bob McLachlan, former head of Scotland Yard's paedophile unit, told the Sunday Herald that the lack of urgency in making arrests will lead to suspects destroying evidence of downloading child pornography before they are arrested.

The Sunday Herald has also had confirmed by a very senior source in British intelligence that at least one high-profile former Labour Cabinet minister is among Operation Ore suspects.

The Sunday Herald has been given the politician's name but, for legal reasons, can not identify the person.

There are still unconfirmed rumours that another senior Labour politician is among the suspects.

The intelligence officer said that a "rolling" Cabinet committee had been set up to work out how to deal with the potentially ruinous fall-out for both Tony Blair and the government if arrests occur.

Since the September 2002 Operation Ore arrest of Detective Constable Brian Stevens, a key officer in the inquiry into the murders of Holly Wells and Jessica Chapman, the public have been aware that wanted suspects had downloaded child pornography from a US website called Landslide.

McLachlan, who was one of the main officers on Operation Ore before his retirement last year, said: "Sufficient warnings have been given that if people haven't got rid of their computers then they are either stupid, don't believe they'll be arrested or are so obsessive about their collections that they can't destroy it.

As time goes on, the chances of successful prosecutions will diminish with speed as the information out there must impact on the offenders."

Tuesday, December 13, 2011

#ChildAbuse : #Jersey Abuse Section

Edward Paisnel :'The Beast of Jersey' linked to home where child's skull found

A NOTORIOUS paedophile known as the "Beast of Jersey" visited the children's home at the centre of a police investigation, it emerged yesterday.
Edward Paisnel, who is now deceased, went to Haut de la Garenne dressed as Santa Claus in the 1960s, it was claimed. He was jailed for 30 years in 1971, aged 46, for a string of sex attacks on children and women spanning 11 years.
The foster carer had abducted and abused children in St Martin, where police are excavating the home. Now a youth hostel, it is where the skull of a child was discovered.
He is said to have visited the home, where he was known as Uncle Ted, to hand out sweets and toys.
Paisnel's visits emerged as police in Jersey revealed they are focusing their searches on a bricked-up cellar in the building. However, they said yesterday there was "no evidence" at this stage to link him with investigations into allegations of abuse at the home.
On Saturday, the skull was found by sniffer dogs under several inches of concrete. Among the remains was a girl's hair clasp, a button and a piece of fabric, although police have not been able to determine if the child was male or female.
Yesterday, officers continued to search seven sites at the hostel and expanded their cordon around the grounds, putting up what appeared to be two more investigation tents.
Detectives have not ruled out finding more bodies. Jersey's deputy chief police officer, Lenny Harper, confirmed that detectives have some names of missing children whose cases they are looking into, but would not comment on how many.
He said the main focus of the investigation centred on allegations in the 1970s and 1980s.

He added: "Our efforts are being concentrated on the entrance of the cellar, which was at one stage bricked up. We are having trouble getting access to that and are currently digging. This is a very slow and methodical process. We don't know if we will find any more bodies.
"The sniffer dogs indicated a site of interest to us above the cellar. This is among other sites of interest in our investigation.''
He refused to confirm reports that children had been forced into solitary confinement underneath the building.
Mr Harper said that ten more alleged abuse victims had come forward after media reports of the investigation.
Officers are already in contact with 140 alleged victims and witnesses, including former employees at the home.
The investigation began when a number of former members of staff were arrested on suspicion of sex crimes.
Mr Harper said the investigation was also looking at accusations that allegations of abuse were not properly investigated when children made complaints in the past. But he added officers had not found any evidence of a government cover-up.
Haut de la Garenne was opened in 1867 as an "Industrial School" for "young people of the lower classes of society and neglected children''.
The centre was intended to solve problems of juvenile delinquency by removing poor and neglected children from their home environment and placing them in a boarding school.
It closed as a children's home in 1986. The building was featured as a police station in the TV series Bergerac.

#ChildAbuse : Eileen Fairweather Child Abuse Investigations

Tuesday, December 6, 2011

Matt TAPP : Bizarre PR Stunts In Search For The Missing Soham Girls


Tapp also organised a series of eye-catching appeals to be made by the girls' favourite football team, Manchester United. This footage was being helicoptered in to Soham when events moved on and Huntley and Carr were brought in for questioning.

Tapp has now revealed that he had mapped out a comprehensive strategy intended to keep the media "focused". He had, for example, planned to release photos of the cuddly toys Holly and Jessica used to sleep with. That would have kept the press and broadcasters happy for one day.

On another day he was going to supply the media with poignant essays the 10-year-olds wrote about what they had been looking forward to doing in their school holidays.

In this article we can see the News Of The World were heavily involved ,we have since learnt that both families of the dead girls were hacked by Murdochs tabloids.

Clarence Mitchell also covered the Soham murders, he appears to have picked up several of Matt Tapps's PR stunts and used them in the McCann case !

Detective Constable Brian Stevens, 41,  and Pc Antony Goodridge both worked on the Soham case and were later charged with offences relating to the possession of indecent images of children. (not connected with the case)

Matt TAPP : Involved In The Maddie McCann Cover-Up ? MET Corruption At The Highest Level !

Ian Hurst wanted to expose those at the highest level but as you can see he has been gagged !

The experts give their view: Search expert Gary Lig (left) asks whether the Portuguese police searched the sewers in Praia da Luz, while media handler Matt Tapp says Portuguese secrecy laws hampered the investigation

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Friday, December 2, 2011


PENN STATE  : Joe Paterno FREEMASON Connection







Jersey : Freemasonry In Jersey

The Province of Jersey website was the first Provincial website to appear on the internet with the express approval of United Grand Lodge. Since its commencement in 1997 it has been maintained by W.Bro.C.R.Goss, Provincial Junior Grand Warden, on behalf of the Province of Jersey. Information is supplied by the various Secretaries etc, and the accuracy of the site is largely in their hands.

The website was rewritten in 2007 to make use of cascading style sheets. Frames and tables were removed to ensure fast loading of pages and images. With a design some 12 years of age, it was decided in September 2009 to rewrite the entire web site. With even faster loading times, pages are clearer and links make the site even more navigable. The new site went live on the 8th October 2009.

PENN STATE  : Joe Paterno FREEMASON Connection







Sandusky : The Franklin Scandal

Franklin Scandal: Bonacci's Story

One of the most heart-rendering parts of the court transcript is the testimony of Paul A. Bonacci, the mind control victim survivor, on whose behalf DeCamp sued Lawrence E. King. Bonacci testifed that King took him on many trips to Washington, D.C., Kansas City, Chicago, Minnesota and Los Angeles, where he prostituted the kidnapped and drugged youngster to the rich and famous--and depraved.

Bonacci said that "one person I'm not afraid to talk about because Larry King always said him and this guy were on opposite ends of the field because this guy was a Democrat and Larry King was a Republican...And this guy--every time I see him on TV, my wife knows my hatred for him...His name is Barney Frank."

When asked if he "relationships" with him, Bonacci replied, "In Washington, D.C. And also I was sent to a house, I believe it was in Massachusetts in Boston where I believe it was his house because there's pictures on the wall with him and different people and stuff, that he had met I guess, but it was in his basement.

PENN STATE  : Joe Paterno FREEMASON Connection







Sandusky :Penn State coach Mike McQueary's claims on sex abuse in shower conflict with grand jury report

STATE COLLEGE, Pa. -- The Penn State football team's wide receivers coach, cited by a grand jury report as saying that he saw an ex-assistant football coach sexually abusing a young boy in a campus locker room shower, said in an e-mail that he made sure the act was stopped and went to police -- contradicting the grand jury report.

Mike McQueary's comments, in an e-mail made available to the Associated Press on Tuesday, added confusion to a scandal that has enveloped the university and resulted in the firing of head football coach Joe Paterno, the ousting of president Graham Spanier and charges of perjury against the athletic director and a senior vice president.

McQueary told a friend from Penn State that he made sure the 2002 assault was stopped and that he went to the police about it. The friend made McQueary's e-mail, written Nov. 8, available to the AP on Tuesday.

McQueary, who is on administrative leave, wrote: "I did stop it, not physically ... but made sure it was stopped when I left that locker room. ... I did have discussions with police and with the official at the university in charge of police. .... No one can imagine my thoughts or wants to be in my shoes for those 30-45 seconds."

Added McQueary: "Do with this what you want ... I am getting hammered for handling this the right way ... or what I thought at the time was right."

According to the grand jury report, McQueary testified that he spoke to his father and then to Paterno before speaking to athletic director Tim Curley and senior vice president Gary Schultz, who oversaw campus police. Paterno has not been charged with a crime, and prosecutors have said that he is not a target. Curley and Schultz are accused of breaking the law by not going to police and with lying to a grand jury. They maintain their innocence.

McQueary's actions also are being scrutinized, with some suggesting that he didn't do enough after seeing what he said was sexual abuse of a child.

McQueary's remarks to his friend came less than a day after former assistant coach Jerry Sandusky's admission that he showered with and "horsed around" with boys stunned legal observers. Sandusky's comments, they said, could be used by prosecutors trying to convict him of child sex-abuse charges.

Sandusky is charged with abusing eight boys over the span of 15 years. He said Monday that he is not a pedophile but should not have showered with boys. "I have horsed around with kids. I have showered after workouts. I have hugged them, and I have touched their legs without intent of sexual contact," he said on NBC News' "Rock Center." He added: "I am innocent of those charges."

His next court date is Dec. 7, when he is due for a preliminary hearing in which a judge would determine whether there's enough evidence for prosecutors to move forward.

Sandusky - Penn State : Looking More Like A Police Cover - Up !

Nation & world: Penn State police say Mike McQueary didn't file report
Penn State campus police and their counterparts in State College, Pa., said they had no record of Mike McQueary reporting an alleged sexual assault by Jerry Sandusky on a 10-year-old boy in a campus shower.

The details ran counter to McQueary's claims in an e-mail to former teammates and made available to the Associated Press this week.

 In other PSU news, Dr. David M. Joyner, a business consultant and an orthopedic surgeon who specializes in sports medicine, will serve as the Nittany Lions' acting athletic director. ... New Mexico hired former Notre Dame coach Bob Davie. UNM will hold a news conference today to introduce Davie, who hasn't coached since being fired in 2001 by Notre Dame. During his five years as coach of the Irish, he compiled a 35-25 record. ... Vanderbilt suspended safety Andre Simmons indefinitely after the sophomore was charged with two felonies after allegedly trying to rob a fellow student in his dorm room... read more
Free Press news services

Thursday, December 1, 2011

The Skull - The Evidence And The Media

With the role of the media and its relationship with governments being in the spotlight thanks to the News of the World scandal. We once more bring you Jersey's "finest" journalists.
For those who have been following this series of former DCO Harper giving evidence to the Scrutiny Sub Panel, the video below is what happened at the end of Mr. Harper giving evidence to the Scrutiny Home Affairs and Education Sub Panel.

Mr. Harper agreed to stay on the line to answer questions from "journalists" and Bloggers and we were all allowed one question each. This is because the head of the Scrutiny Chairman's panel, Senator Sarah Ferguson, was present at the meeting (don't know why) and had complained about the cost of keeping Mr. Harper on the line which probably worked out at about £ more



Tuesday, November 29, 2011

Voice For Children :Deputy Tadier Talks State Media (Part 1)

Deputy Tadier Talks State Media (Part 1)

In our PREVIOUS POSTING we demonstrated how Jersey's State Media Report (OR NOT) the "News."

We carry on this theme, in an interview, with Jersey Politician Deputy Montfort Tadier who on a number of occasions has fallen victim to "Jersey Journalism."
In this frank, in-depth and exclusive interview the Deputy tells us of the latest piece of (at best) lazy "journalism" from Jersey's only "News"Paper The Jersey Evening Post. Something he himself has Blogged HERE.

Deputy Tadier tells us, among much more, he believes that "Reporters are working within an institutional Bias." He goes on to say "Bloggers completely change the dynamic" and wants "a level playing field" between the State Media and Bloggers when it comes to filming/reporting States and Scrutiny (Parliamentary Select Committee) Meetings and more

Child Abuse :"Privacy is for paedos; fundamentally nobody else needs it" - Paul McMullan at Leveson Inquiry

Thank-you Mr. McMullan and that may explain why we have so many child abuse cover-ups by the British Goverment !

McMullan: "Privacy is the space bad people need to do bad things. Privacy is for paedos. Privacy is evil" #leveson

BBC News (UK)

"Privacy is for paedos; fundamentally nobody else needs it" - Paul McMullan at Inquiry

Guardians Nick Davies Discussing Jersey Child Abuse - LIVE Coverage...Over Confident Nick - Will Upload Transcript And Video Later Today

NICK DAVIES articles on Jersey Child abuse clearly a non believer, he also believes in the innocence of the McCanns... hmmm


Not sure Davis should be so confident regarding Jersey childrens home. At least not according to Lenny Harper & surviving victims.

FULL TEXT Of Guardians Nick Davies Witness Statement At Leveson Inquiry - Video to follow

Nick Davies confessed the Guardian have published fabricated stories...The GUARDIAN no longer credible !

Monday, November 28, 2011

It Is Not Just Jersey Is It Or Dunblane It is Clwyd Too..

Child Abuse: The Waterhouse Cover- Up Another Jersey Child Abuse Cover -Up !

Waterhouse report
The UK government is implementing Waterhouse recommendations
An MP says the Waterhouse report into the north Wales child abuse scandal is seen as a cover up because it does not name politicians, police officers and judges suspected of abuse.
Martyn Jones made the allegations during a Commons debate on the report - a debate attended by just six Welsh MPs.
The government has denied the claims that a former Welsh Office inspector convicted of abusing boys drew up terms of the Waterhouse abuse inquiry.
The Wales Office Minister David Hanson rejected the allegations made in the Commons by the Clwyd South MP, Martyn Jones.
Mr Jones also claimed that Derek Brushett advised the former Welsh Office Minister Rod Richards against holding a public inquiry into claims of abuse in north Wales.

The tragedy is we know these children in North Wales were not alone. The clear evidence is that too many children in the past were failed by the very services that should have been there to help them
Health Minister John Hutton

Mr Jones's allegations came during a full Commons debate on the Waterhouse report into abuse at children's homes in north Wales.
Just six Welsh MPs attended the debate.
Earlier, Mr Jones suspended a threat to publish the names of 45 other people named in the Waterhouse report who he believes should be investigated by police.
By naming alleged abusers in Parliament, Mr Jones could not be sued for what he reveals.
But he said he will not do so until he has checked allegations with the police, but pledged that he will raise questions about the way the inquiry was carried out.

Martyn Jones MP
Martyn Jones MP: Naming threat
Only six of the 40 Welsh MPs were present for the start of the debate on Friday in the Commons.
Vale of Clwyd MP Chris Ruane also warned the House of Commons that care workers needed protection from disturbed children, after a worker in a care home was allegedly sexually assaulted by a young resident.
Mr Ruane said he had been visited by the care worker after the assault and questioned what the Government was doing to protect workers.
The Health Minister John Hutton said it was ultimately the task of employers to ensure a safe working environment for their staff.
Naming threat
Opening today's debate, the Westminster Health Minister John Hutton outlined measures the government has taken in response to Waterhouse - including the establishment of a Children's Commissioner.

Chris Ruane MP
Chris Ruane MP: Raised concerns
Mr Hutton said other key recommendations of the Waterhouse report were already being implemented, including a complaints procedures, independent advocacy and the establishment of the National Care Standards Commission.
He said a full response to the report would be published in the summer and The Protection of Children Act was likely to come into place in the autumn.
"The problems are bigger than any one individual ... they are rooted in systematic failure," Mr Hutton told MPs.
"The tragedy is we know these children in north Wales were not alone.
The clear evidence is that too many children in the past were failed by the very services that should have been there to help them."
The issue of a commissioner for Wales was debated again in the Welsh National Assembly in Cardiff this week.

Child Abuse - A Blog To Raise Awareness By Ankit Patel

Sandusky : Penn State Sex Abuse Probe Begins

(Reuters) - Investigators from the Department of Education arrived at Penn State University on Monday to review how it handled sex abuse charges against a former football coach, the school said.

Department representatives will see if Penn State met federal crime-reporting requirements over allegations that former assistant football coach Jerry Sandusky molested eight boys over a 15-year period.

"We are making every effort to provide the review team with immediate access to all requested records and information sources pertaining to all aspects of Clery Act compliance," Penn State President Rodney Erickson said in a Saturday statement.

Under the Clery Act, colleges and universities that take part in federal aid programs must keep and disclose information about crimes that take place on campus.

Sandusky, 67, is the focus of a wide-ranging investigation of alleged child sex abuse outlined in a 23-page grand jury report this month.

The report includes a charge that Sandusky attacked a boy in a football locker room on campus in 2002. Sandusky, who retired in 1999, has denied any wrongdoing.

Revered football coach Joe Paterno and President Graham Spanier were fired by trustees in the wake of the grand jury report. The former athletic director and an ex-finance official face perjury charges.

Penn State also faces a raft of other investigations, including by its trustees and the National Collegiate Athletic Association. Pennsylvania's attorney general has said her probe is still open.

The Department of Education had told Penn State on November 9 that it would investigate its compliance with the Clery Act.

The department can impose civil penalties for infractions of the act and can suspend schools from taking part in federal student financial aid programs.

(Reporting by Ian Simpson and Greg McCune)

Syracuse Coach Fired Amid Sex Abuse Probe !

SYRACUSE, New York — Syracuse University has fired Bernie Fine as an assistant men’s basketball coach, the school announced Sunday night, hours after new reports arose regarding his alleged sexual abuse of boys.

“At the direction of Chancellor Cantor, Bernie Fine’s employment with Syracuse University has been terminated, effective immediately,” university Senior Vice President Kevin Quinn said in a statement, referring to Syracuse Chancellor Nancy Cantor.

Fine was placed on administrative leave earlier this month, after former Syracuse ball boy Bobby Davis and his stepbrother, Mike Lang, accused him of molesting them. The university in announcing Fine’s leave earlier this month noted it had conducted its own investigation in 2005 and was “unable to find any corroboration of the allegations.”

“The events of the past week have shaken us all,” Cantor said in a statement Sunday. “No other witnesses came forward during the university investigation (in 2005), and those who felt they knew Bernie best could not imagine what has unfolded.”

Syracuse men’s basketball head coach Jim Boeheim said in a statement Sunday night that he believed “the university took the appropriate step” in firing Fine, his assistant coach the past 35 years.

“The allegations that have come forth today are disturbing and deeply troubling. I am personally very shocked because I have never witnessed any of the activities that have been alleged,” said Boeheim, who days earlier said Fine had his “full support.” “I deeply regret any statements I made that might have inhibited that from occurring or been insensitive to victims of abuse.”

The news of Fine’s firing came the same day that the Syracuse-based Post-Standard newspaper and ESPN both reported the existence of a recording of a 2002 phone conversation that they said Davis had recorded between him and the coach’s wife.

Davis provided the recording to the Post-Standard soon after it was recorded, but the newspaper then declined to report on it because it couldn’t find “witnesses, enough corroborating evidence or a second accuser.”

The wife, Laurie Fine, at the time suggested to the Post-Standard that Davis had taped her on multiple occasions and edited the recordings to make them appear more inflammatory.

In the tape, a woman — which ESPN, citing experts, claims was Laurie Fine — said she knew “everything that went on” with her husband, adding that “he thinks he’s above the law.” more

Jersey Child Abuse : Rico Sorda -Scrutiny Review - The Findings- 3 -Jersey State Media

Please  go to Rico's blog (above link ) and view the rest of this article. Thank -you

Sunday, November 27, 2011

Cynthia Owen :Child Sex Abuse Results In Sisters Suicide

A woman hung herself as a direct result of sexual abuse during her childhood in Co Dublin, an inquest heard tonight.

The body of Theresa Murphy – a sister of Cynthia Owen who has claimed to be the victim of sexual abuse in her childhood – was discovered on February 24, 2005.

Ms Murphy’s best friend, Kevin Harran, said the 33-year-old’s suicide at the apartment she rented in Cabra Park in Dublin’s Phibsborough was without a doubt directly linked to the sexual abuse she had suffered.

“I knew her 11 years – one day she would be fine the next day she would be like that,” he said. “It (sexual abuse) was mentioned many times.”

Mr Harron said that Ms Murphy had mentioned that she used to run away from her home to her sister Cynthia Owen, who was 10 years older than her.

Ms Owen, who had moved to England, saw her sister for the first time in nine years last February. Ms Owen recently told the Dublin County Coroner’s Court she was the mother of a baby girl discovered stabbed to death in a lane in Dun Laoghaire, County Dublin, in 1973.

The woman, who is now in her forties, has claimed the baby was one of two she gave birth to as a young teenager as a result of sexual abuse during the 1970s in Co Dublin.

Of her sister, Ms Owen said: “She was very distressed and told me she was suicidal as a result of sexual abuse as a child.

“She was battling sexual abuse all her life, she couldn’t hold down a job because of it.”

The packed Dublin City Coroner’s Court heard during her life Ms Murphy had suffered flashbacks and nightmares.

“She felt angry and cheated as the person who had abused her had not been made pay,” Ms Owen said.

Ms Owen said her sister felt she could not cope after another brother’s body, who had also been sexually abused, was found. She had also spoke of another brother who had died in 1995.

Ms Owen said: “She told me I was wasting my time and I wouldn’t get justice.”

The inquest heard Ms Murphy said she had lost all faith in life and felt no-one cared.

“She felt the only peace she would get was to end her life,” Ms Owen said.

Dr Teresa Coll, who was Ms Murphy’s GP, said she was distressed she had lost two brothers at such young ages and meeting her sister again had meant a lot to her.

The doctor said she was concerned at betraying Ms Murphy’s confidence but she had heard further details about the sexual abuse that were not revealed in court.

Landlord, Harry Shannon, said he had become concerned about Ms Murphy after she failed to answer the door to him. The inquest heard he alerted the fire brigade on February 24, 2005 after he pushed open the door and saw a leg behind it.

The court heard a rope attached to Ms Murphy’s body was cut down from behind the door and the pathologist found Ms Murphy had died from asphyxiation due to hanging.

Sgt Declan Healy from Mountjoy Garda Station said a lengthy 33-page letter addressed o Ms Owen was found at the scene.

“It explained the pain the deceased was in around the time of her death,” he said.

He added: “She was abused as a young person. During the course of life to get away from that she had to leave the family home. She referred to suffering because of it the rest of her life.”

Gerry Dunne, a solicitor for Ms Owen, said: “You have heard it mentioned in each instance – sexual abuse in the past.”

Mr Dunne said he understood due to legal restrictions any aspect of criminal liability could not be brought up.

“She was a beautiful young lady and it was an absolute tragedy that she ended up taking her own life,” he said.

Mr Dunne appealed for Ms Murphy’s letter to be read out in court as she had wanted her voice to be heard.

“This is a lifelong psychological problem they inflict on their victims,” Mr Dunne said, calling upon the coroner to warn perpetrators of the dreadful consequences of abuse.

Mr Dunne said that a cousin of Ms Murphy’s, who was also in court, wanted to say that the person who had abused Ms Murphy had also abused her.

Coroner Dr Brian Farrell, who passed a verdict of death by suicide, said he sympathised with the family but could not go into it for legal reasons.
“I don’t think I have ever seen so many friends in court at one time,” he said. “I can see she was an extremely popular person and loved by many people.

“Theresa is at peace now but the rest of you are all left with the sorrow and tragedy of her death.”

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Cynthia's monster dad had sex with her from age 7 and made her pregnant when she was just 11

THE TRUTH WILL OUT: Cynthia talks to our Nicola Tallant about her disturbing book
THE TRUTH WILL OUT: Cynthia talks to our Nicola Tallant about her disturbing book
THE TRUTH WILL OUT: Cynthia talks to our Nicola Tallant about her disturbing book
THE 'penniless' father at the centre of the sensational Dalkey House of Horrors case left €90,000 in his will amid claims that he sold his daughter to a paedophile network which operated in the wealthy seaside village.

He also is believed to have stumped up more than €30,000 in legal fees before he died fighting an inquest that ruled a newborn baby was murdered in his family home at White's Villas.

Today his daughter Cynthia Owen, the mother of the baby Noleen, says she was raped by her father and sold to a paedophile ring and is calling for the Garda Cold Case Unit to review her case.

She says that SEVEN of the men, including three former Gardai, are still alive and living in the community.

One of those she has accused is her brother Peter Murphy Jnr who is living in Cabinteely and working as an odd job man.

Another is a relative who is now based in London and who she says regularly beat her black and blue while abusing her. Her full story which is contained in a disturbing book Living With Evil, exclusively serialised in the Sunday World, will stun the nation today.

In it, the 48-year-old alleges that she:
  • was forced to share a bed with her father from the age of seven and was raped nightly by him.
  • became pregnant from the abuse when she was just 11 and gave birth in the family home;
  • watched in horror as her mother Josephine stabbed the newborn girl to death with a knitting needle and even tried to stuff the child into an oven in an effort to kill her;
  • accompanied her mother as she dumped the body in a laneway in nearby Dun Laoghaire;
  • had a second child when she was 14 which was stillborn and buried in the back garden and;
  • was sold for drink, cigarettes and valium to a network of paedophiles by her evil parents.
"I was brought to a building in the middle of the night where I was put on a table and they took turns with me.

Children's Allowance

PURE EVIL: Cynthia’s vile abusing father
PURE EVIL: Cynthia’s vile abusing father
PURE EVIL: Cynthia’s vile abusing father
"It happened once a month and always before Children's Allowance Day. My mother would bring me to the building and then bring me home when they were finished with me. And every day after I had been taken to the building I was made call to houses where the men would give me bags of things and bottles of sherry.

"I was always drugged by my mother before being brought there. During those days I was a zombie, living in fear. You're on hyper alert."

Peter Murphy Snr died more than a year ago denying all claims that he raped Cynthia and fathered a child to her when she was just 11 years old.

The former council worker lived out his last years in a local authority house on benefits but today the Sunday World can reveal how he managed to amass a small fortune which he bequeathed to four members of his family including his son Peter Jnr who has also been accused of rape and assault.

He died while fighting inquest findings in the High Court. Incredibly, the impoverished council worker had €89,699.88 in an EBS building society account at the time of his death.

He also had insurance cover of €1,689. The money was given to Peter Murphy Jnr who has been accused of rape by Cynthia and her sister Frances.

DUMPED: Where Cynthia’s baby was left
DUMPED: Where Cynthia’s baby was left
DUMPED: Where Cynthia’s baby was left
Murphy, who waived his right to anonymity at the inquest, vehemently denied the allegations. Other benefactors named in the will are Mr Murphy Snr's daughters, Catherine Stephenson with an address in Dun Laoghaire, Margaret Murphy and Esther Roberts both of whom are living in Wales.

Catherine has taken up her fathers battle to overturn the inquest decision on the grounds that County Coroner Dr Kieran Geraghty was biased in his conduct of the inquest.

Cynthia has fought for years for the case to be properly investigated and today describes her horrific childhood in her own words.

Her memoirs will turn the spotlight on local school Loreto Abbey where she was a pupil when she was pregnant aged 11.


SILENCE: Gardai called to Cynthia’s school, but despite her ‘bump’ there was total silence
SILENCE: Gardai called to Cynthia’s school, but despite her ‘bump’ there was total silence
SILENCE: Gardai called to Cynthia’s school, but despite her ‘bump’ there was total silence
In the book she claims that a nun at the school quizzed her about why she had a prominent bump and had to wear a large coat to cover her pregnancy.

Despite the suspicions she returned to school in the days after giving birth while Gardai launched a nationwide appeal for the mother of a newborn baby discovered in the laneway to come forward.

"It was on Garda Patrol and all over the television," she says. "I remember they sent appeals out to the schools for the mother to come forward because they reckoned it must have been a young girl. But nobody said anything."

Cynthia and her legal team are to continue their fight for a full inquiry into her case despite being refused meetings with both the Minister for Justice and Minister for Children Barry Andrews.

"Since the inquest I have had no peace or a chance to heal, I have had to write this book to highlight the injustice of my daughter's murder and the lack of action taken in the case.

"My daughter was clearly identified at the Inquest, her place of birth and death established as 4 Whites Villas Dalkey, providing the gardai with a murder scene, time of death and likely suspects and yet they interviewed only three people after the inquest and once again the DPP decided not to prosecute for the seventh time.

"The Minister for Justice at that time, Michael McDowell, ordered an inquiry into the case, but I wasn't even interviewed as part of that inquiry and our request for specific terms of reference were denied.

UPSET: Cynthia leaves the coroner’s court with her husband Simon
UPSET: Cynthia leaves the coroner’s court with her husband Simon
UPSET: Cynthia leaves the coroner’s court with her husband Simon
"Since the inquest finding and the report was completed my solicitor has been trying to secure a meeting with the present Minister for Justice, Dermot Ahern, but he has repeatedly refused to meet with me. My solicitor received a letter into his office on 4th January 2010 from the Minister office again refusing to meet me.

"The Minister for Children Barry Andrews refused meet me or my solicitor saying he is too busy.

"I have released this book with a heavy heart, but I feel that Noleen would want me to prove her existence and her identity, because all we have been left with is her name and the place where she lays, unacknowledged and betrayed," she said.

Cynthia who now lives in Wales with husband Simon today calls for a Garda Cold Case investigation to be launched into her case and her allegations about the paedophile ring.

The Unit which is headed by Detective Chief Superintendent Christy Mangan is one of the most high profile squads in the Garda Siochana and has expertise in reviewing old cases and making fresh recommendations on them.

"Both my parents have died during my legal battle to have them brought to justice, but some of those who operated with my parents in the paedophile ring are still alive and still living in Dalkey.


"And some of my family members who abused me as a child are still alive and living free lives as innocent men. All these men are living in someone's community and posing a real risk to children.

"If nothing else I hope to feel through this book that I did as much as I could for an innocent baby who died on the day she was born, and left me with a life time struggle and a battle for justice and recognition which sadly neither my daughter or I, or any of my siblings
who were also sexually abused ever relieved.

"I believe that shame lives in the dark and we are only as sick as the secrets we keep.

 I really believe we need to speak out against all types of abuse, it's the only way to stop the sickness from spreading and we have a duty to educate those who are ignorant or who choose to ignore us when they haven't walked a few yards in our shoes, or even lived a few moments in our lives.

"I am talking about the people who are in authority and have the luxury of hiding behind rules and red tape and the luxury of never having to fight to be heard, because they don't need to feel rescued or acknowledged or given recognition for the most heinous of crimes."

If you have any information about the case, contact Nicola Tallant at the Sunday World on 01-8848926 or email nicola.tallant

FOOTNOTE: Case over inquest on baby's death 34 years ago settled
A LEGAL row over an inquest jury’s verdict that a dead baby found in a Dún Laoghaire laneway in 1973 was the child of Cynthia Owen, who alleged the child was conceived following rape and sexual abuse, has been settled at the High Court.
The settlement terms include an acknowledgement by Dublin County Coroner Dr Kieran Geraghty that the verdict does not implicate Catherine Stevenson, a sister of Ms Owen, in any wrongdoing whatsoever.

Theres something rotten and extremely evil within the Irish "Police Force!"
When the "Law Makers are the Law Breakers?"



FACHTNA MURPHY : Cynthia Owen EXPOSES Garda A Paedophile Network


THIS is the vile Dalkey House of Horrors couple who pimped out their children to a paedophile network allegedly headed by a prominent businessman.

Peter Snr and Josephine Murphy dance together under a crucifix in the living room of their home where a newborn baby was brutally stabbed to death with a knitting needle and where decades of rape and abuse destroyed two generations of children.

Town hall clerk Peter embraces his wife in a rare moment of drunken affection - usually saved for the kids he ruthlessly raped nightly in his filthy bedroom.

Arrogant Josephine, accused of stabbing the infant born to her then 11-year-old daughter Cynthia to death with a knitting needle, gives two fingers to the camera in this the first ever picture published of her.

Today we unmask Ireland's most evil parents for the first time amid disturbing allegations of a cover up in the Garda investigation into what went on at 4 Whyte's Villas in Dalkey, Dublin. Incredibly, both Peter Snr and Josephine went to their graves without ever having to answer for their horrific litany of crimes.

What is even harder to believe is the fact that their two brutal sons, also pictured for the first time today, are still living as free men despite a raft of allegations about how they too raped and beat their siblings at will.


STATEMENT: In a statement issued last night Cynthia said: “I was abused and raped over approximately 6 years by family members and a group of others including members of the Gardai and whose identity is known to the Authorities"
STATEMENT: In a statement issued last night Cynthia said: “I was abused and raped over approximately 6 years by family members and a group of others including members of the Gardai and whose identity is known to the Authorities"
STATEMENT: In a statement issued last night Cynthia said: “I was abused and raped over approximately 6 years by family members and a group of others including members of the Gardai and whose identity is known to the Authorities"

This week, Garda Commissioner Fachtna Murphy refused a request to have the investigation probed by the Cold Case Unit despite strong suggestions of a cover-up detailed today in the Sunday World.

We can reveal how a string of complaints have been made about a senior officer involved in the probe who is connected to the case despite the fact that authorities have been alerted that he was a one time friend of Peter Murphy Snr and socialises with a number of the men accused of ritual abuse of a child - seriously compromising his involvement in the investigation.

We can also reveal how official Garda reports in the case may have been forged, vital evidence has gone missing without trace and how officers took eight years to interview a key witness about the night of the murder and then failed to get him to sign his statement, rendering it useless.

A retired Sergeant, Edward Russell, who was involved in the original investigation, has also claimed that he did not make a key statement about the discovery of the body attributed to him in official files.

The statement made on the day the baby was found - April 4, 1973 - gives a detailed account of how he allegedly removed the body to the mortuary and identified it for the subsequent postmortem.

The baby was buried within days of the discovery and the initial murder probe wound up within six weeks with no mother identified.

It was shelved until 1995 when Cynthia Owen came forward and claimed to be the mother of the child. She was able to show officers where the body was discovered and gave them detailed descriptions of what was in the plastic bag the child had been dumped in.

Since then she has given a series of statements to officers detailing the horrific abuse she alleges she suffered at the hands of her father Peter Snr and brothers Peter Jnr and John Joe.

She claimed she had her father's baby aged just 11 and witnessed her mother stabbing the infant with knitting needles before she went with her to dump the body.

In further statements she has alleged that her parents sold her to a paedophile ring that operated in Dalkey who ritually abused her , five of whom are still alive today.

In 2007 an inquest ruled that the murdered baby that died as a result of stab wounds was Noeleen Murphy - the daughter of Cynthia.

Her father, a "penniless" alcoholic, immediately launched an expensive High Court challenge to the decision. It reached court this week with Cynthia's sisters Catherine Stevenson and Esther Roberts taking up the mantle for their dead dad.

Incredibly, both sisters have given statements to Gardai saying they knew about incidents of sexual abuse in the house perpetrated

by their father and brothers. Catherine has said she herself was abused by John Joe. The case was struck out this week when the coroner acknowledged in a statement that the inquest verdict did not implicate Catherine in any wrongdoing.

The Garda file on the Dalkey House of Horrors contains a dossier of claims. Of the six female children raised in the Murphy house, five have said they were either abused or knew about the abuse.

THE SADDEST FAMILY: Theresa and Michael Murphy in 1979, who both later killed themselves
THE SADDEST FAMILY: Theresa and Michael Murphy in 1979, who both later killed themselves
THE SADDEST FAMILY: Theresa and Michael Murphy in 1979, who both later killed themselves

One, a niece, Theresa, who was reared by her grandparents committed suicide in 2005 but left a 32-page note detailing how she was raped along with her brother Micheal, who was found dead more than two years after he disappeared. Another brother Martin also committed suicide in the family home after telling relatives he couldn't cope with the abuse.


In a statement issued last night Cynthia said: "I was abused and raped over approximately 6 years by family members and a group of others including members of the Gardai and whose identity is known to the Authorities.

"Nobody has ever been brought to justice despite everybody of a certain age in Dalkey openly stating off the record that they know what went on."

Cynthia recently released her full story in a book Living With Evil which was exclusively serialised in the Sunday World.

In it, the 48-year-old painted a disturbing picture of life in the Dalkey House of Horrors and detailed how she was forced to share a bed with her father from the age of seven and was raped nightly by him.

She tells how she became pregnant when she was just 11 and gave birth in the family home. She claims she then watched in horror as her mother Josephine stabbed the newborn girl to death with a knitting needle and even tried to stuff the child into an oven in an
effort to kill her.

She has also said that she had a second child when she was 14 which was stillborn and buried in the back garden and that she was also sold for drink and cigarettes to a network of paedophiles by her evil parents.

Peter Murphy Snr died over a year ago denying all claims that he raped Cynthia. Her mother died before him, also refuting the claims.