Detectives working on Scotland Yard’s Establishment sex abuse inquiry have investigated an alleged nine-strong gang of paedophiles that included former heads of MI5, MI6, and the late ex-Prime Minister Edward Heath, Harvey Proctor claimed.
….As well as naming Sir Edward, the former Labour MP Lord Janner, and Leon Brittan – all of whom have already been the subject of media speculation – Mr Proctor also named other high-ranking figures, not all of whom had been previously identified as part of the Operation Midland inquiry. One, Lord Bramall, the UK’s former highest-ranking soldier…….
…..Mr Proctor also named Maurice Oldfield, who died in 1981, who was the seventh head of the secret intelligence service, MI6. He named the late Sir Michael Hanley, the Director-General from 1972 to 1976. He also named two other men – one a retired general – and an eighth man whom Mr Proctor said he did not know. He said he did not contact any of the men, or their relatives, before going public with their names.
Source: Harvey Proctor: Former MP ends anonymity of rest of alleged nine-strong paedophile gang – Crime – UK – The Independent