The stuff of nightmares
Posted on May 11, 2013
This is from the whitewash, sorry I mean report, into Operation Newgreen, West Yorkshire Police’s (WYP) investigation into Jimmy Savile’s offending, and the relationship its officers had with him over the decades. The report was published yesterday:
“4.9 Alongside the “Hand in a Handler” campaign, Savile was invited by the LDCSP (Leeds District Community Safety Partnership) to be involved in the ‘Talking Signs’ campaign. This involved a recording of Savile’s voice being broadcast through speakers attached to lamp posts giving local students and resident’s crime prevention advice. Savile did not receive payment for any support he provided to this or any other WYP campaigns.”
If you’ve got the stomach for reading all about how no one appears to have kept any paperwork, and how no one who’s still around today remembers anything about any investigations into Savile, or indeed anything much else about him, you can read the full report here – Operation Newgreen
For the record though, I disagree with the Guardian’s headline – Jimmy Savile report clears West Yorkshire police of shielding star – I think the report leaves more questions than answers. I also disagree with the conclusion in the penultimate paragraph of Josh Halliday’s piece:
“A trawl of police records also found that Savile had offered his services as an “intermediary” to detectives in the hunt for the Yorkshire Ripper in the late 1970s. Savile’s name was mentioned on four index cards, according to the report, but there was no indication that he was of interest to the inquiry team.”
Particularly in light of this paragraph from the report:
“9.5 The Yorkshire Ripper Investigation was the biggest enquiry ever conducted by West Yorkshire Police. Over the five year period thousands of men were spoken to and their details recorded on paper index cards. Searches of the paperwork relating to the investigation have identified four index cards relating to Savile. They contain scant information and do not indicate whether Savile was a “person of interest” to the enquiry team. The information held was his name, date of birth, home address and various reference numbers. It was not possible to establish the relevance of the reference numbers as a large proportion of the investigation paperwork had been destroyed in the 1980’s“
This pseudo report written by the West Yorkshire’s Police investigation team analysing their own police force is just another public relations exercise.
Keep repeating the lies West Yorkshire Police long enough and you stupidly think Josephine and Joe Public will believe your lies. Well you’re wrong – police officers were friends with male sexual predator Jimmy Savile and yes police officers did collude with Savile and protect him.
But then that is not news because men have always colluded with male sexual predators because men continue to believe they have the innate pseudo male right of sexual access to any female of any age. Reason is because men continue to view women and girls as males’ dehumanised, disposable sexual service stations.
The police forces are another structure men put in place in order to protect mens’ pseudo sex right to females and this is why only certain males are arrested and prosecuted because there must always be dispensible males who can be used by men in order to claim the lie ‘police forces do investigate and then pass on the evidence to the Crown Prosecution Service who rarely prosecute males who commit sexual violence against women and girls.
Keep repeating your lies West Yorkshire Police and the Crown Prosecution Service too is engaged in a public relations campaign which conveniently focuses on elderly male sexual predators not the younger male sexual predators who continue to enjoy preying on women and girls with impunity.
You believed the cops when they unilaterally declared Sir Jimmy guilty with no trial, but you don’t believe them now?
Maybe he was just innocent, you know? He was never convicted of anything, after all.
I’ve never believed the police, but I have always believed the victims.
“Over the five year period thousands of men were spoken to and their details recorded on paper index cards.”
Now that’s some 21st-century police work!