Message from discussion Producer Who Accused Savile Arrested
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From: cynic_...@yahoo.co.uk (Cynic)
Subject: Re: Producer Who Accused Savile Arrested
Date: Tue, 13 Nov 2012 18:08:54 GMT
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On Tue, 13 Nov 2012 07:03:55 -0800 (PST), Richard McKenzie
>> <timefl...@btinternet.com> wrote:
>> >Following the 1999 'investigation' (Pmsl) there has been a list of known
>> >paedophiles in government stashed away not to be opened for 100 years.
>> Please post the evidence that makes you believe that that statement is
>There is a story that a rentboy client list was stolen from Lothian
>and Borders police
>HQ. In effect they were burgled! hence the reason why Salmond is pally
>with the Murdochs.
There are all sorts of stories - I can even invent them myself.
So - where did that particular story originate and what corroboration
is there that it is true?
If you are able to cross that hurdle, the next question will be
regarding the contents of the alleged list and how should I determine
its probable accuracy.
Then comes the question of how the police came to place the names on
the list - e.g. are they *known* clients or merely *suspected*
It would take a great deal of evidence before I am convinced that the
story is even loosely based on reality.