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Edward Heath N/W
05 October 2017 09:56 Post ID: #1556246
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The police have just announced if heath was still alive he would be interviewed under caution over child sex claims, the dirty wrong un.
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05 October 2017 10:10 Post ID: #1556248 - in reply to #1556246
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Never liked him, but I find this whole process deeply disturbing. Remember all the hysteria over Lord Bramall (a war hero). He was accused of something of which he was completely innocent purely on the word of a 'victim'. Unfortunately, today we seem to forget that there can be no 'victim' if a crime has not been proved to have happened. Let's hope that those people making false allegations are punished with the full force of the law. They do real victims of crime a great disservice.
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05 October 2017 10:11 Post ID: #1556249 - in reply to #1556246
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Here's an extract from 'The Course of my Life: The Autobiography of Edward Heath'

page 76

"........ aboard Morning Cloud one afternoon, I entered one of the teenager's cabin. The lad, clad in only his Y-Front's, was looking out of the porthole.

It was an opportunity too good to miss - I crept up behind him, whipped his pants down and gave it to him, good and hard.

"Christ," he shouted, "what the bloody hell's that?" I told him it was the roll of the Ship.

"Thank God," he cried, "I thought was a roll of lino."



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05 October 2017 11:00 Post ID: #1556253 - in reply to #1556246
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Whatever Edward Heath was it most certainly wasn't what the incompetent, fantasy believing politically motivated police are suggesting he was
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05 October 2017 11:14 Post ID: #1556254 - in reply to #1556246
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never married, just like cliff eh
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05 October 2017 11:20 Post ID: #1556255 - in reply to #1556246
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Just read about what Dave Lee Travis was charged for.  

Radio 1 DJ's & TOTP' presenters were like pop stars in the 80's & probably had there own groupies. Surely these groupies are not complaining 30 years later.  

It wouldn't have been surprising if DLT & his ego let his hands wander every 10 minutes or so while in his changing room or radio 1 studio when in the company of beautiful fans. 

As it happens he was found guilty of groping a woman in a corridor 19 years earlier.
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05 October 2017 11:26 Post ID: #1556256 - in reply to #1556246
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seems it was a requirement in the 70's at the bbc, if you were not a nonce they would have nothing to do with you.but if you were a nonce you were protected by the scum there
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05 October 2017 11:34 Post ID: #1556258 - in reply to #1556246
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The jury of six men and six women found him guilty of indecently assaulting a woman on 17 January 1995, while she was working on the BBC's comedy chat programme the Mrs Merton Show.

She had told the court she was left "shaking" after the incident.

Giving evidence, the woman - now a television personality - said she was 22 when Travis approached her as she was smoking a cigarette in a corridor of the BBC studios in Manchester.

Travis, a guest on the programme, told her she "shouldn't be smoking" and gave her a "squeezing grope", she said.

"He started touching the bottom of my rib cage. Without saying anything else he just slid his hands up to and over my breasts and then kind of left them there and started squeezing," she added.

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It seems they hadn't met before. Seems a far fetched story. DLT groping a woman who wasn't a fan who he has never met before. In a public corridor.

The woman could have always given DLT a slap in the face.

But the jury believed it.
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05 October 2017 11:40 Post ID: #1556260 - in reply to #1556246
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well i believe it too, i always thought that cunt was a dodgy fucking low life nonce
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05 October 2017 12:22 Post ID: #1556271 - in reply to #1556246
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10 of the 12 jurors agreed with you.

DLT got a 3 month suspended sentance. Hardly seemed worth the effort & cost to the tax payers. But at least the woman got justice 19 years later.

A lesson to everyone. Never grope strangers in the work place corridors.

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05 October 2017 12:31 Post ID: #1556273 - in reply to #1556246
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he should have been suspended by his noncey neck
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05 October 2017 13:57 Post ID: #1556277 - in reply to #1556246
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The Radio 1 road shows used to get tens of thousands of people attending in the 80's.

There is a story that Bruno Brooks got the audience to start chanting 'Bruno, Bruno' non stop for 10 minutes while they were off air.

Bruno Brooks standing at the front of the stage as the conductor.

That's one way to boost you're ego.
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05 October 2017 14:21 Post ID: #1556278 - in reply to #1556246
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So someone can hold a grievance, because they were probably blanked in the past, make an accusation of anything they like and the accused is automatically guilty if they hold celebrity status.

This Country is fucked, what happened to innocent until proven guilty.

I have been called for jury service once in the past and while deliberating one of the woman jurors wanted a guilty verdict "because she had to get home and cook her old mans dinner" needless to say myself and another male juror went against the majority guilty verdict, just to keep her there.

The accused ended up with an eight year sentence.
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05 October 2017 14:40 Post ID: #1556280 - in reply to #1556256
kevrelles - 5/10/2017 11:26

seems it was a requirement in the 70's at the bbc, if you were not a nonce they would have nothing to do with you.but if you were a nonce you were protected by the scum there


100% agree
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05 October 2017 15:29 Post ID: #1556285 - in reply to #1556249
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ParisWall - 5/10/2017 10:11

Here's an extract from 'The Course of my Life: The Autobiography of Edward Heath'

page 76

"........ aboard Morning Cloud one afternoon, I entered one of the teenager's cabin. The lad, clad in only his Y-Front's, was looking out of the porthole.

It was an opportunity too good to miss - I crept up behind him, whipped his pants down and gave it to him, good and hard.

"Christ," he shouted, "what the bloody hell's that?" I told him it was the roll of the Ship.

"Thank God," he cried, "I thought was a roll of lino."



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05 October 2017 16:15 Post ID: #1556289 - in reply to #1556249
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ParisWall - 5/10/2017 10:11

Here's an extract from 'The Course of my Life: The Autobiography of Edward Heath'

page 76

"........ aboard Morning Cloud one afternoon, I entered one of the teenager's cabin. The lad, clad in only his Y-Front's, was looking out of the porthole.

It was an opportunity too good to miss - I crept up behind him, whipped his pants down and gave it to him, good and hard.

"Christ," he shouted, "what the bloody hell's that?" I told him it was the roll of the Ship.

"Thank God," he cried, "I thought was a roll of lino."



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06 October 2017 05:41 Post ID: #1556339 - in reply to #1556246
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I still can't believe he could get away with it whilst being under 24h
police protection. It either didn't happen or they allowed it too.
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