A special investigation looks into what is known about ‘Nick’, his connections to new deputy Labour leader Tom Watson, and suspicions about his VIP Westminster paedophile claims.
Sometime last year, a well-spoken, middle-aged man, identified only as ‘Nick’, was interviewed by detectives from Scotland Yard. He was questioned on three separate occasions to begin with. His video-taped testimony would eventually run to 70 hours.
What Nick alleged almost defied belief.
At the age of about seven, he said, his father farmed him out to a cabal of VIP paedophiles and, for the next decade, he became their sexual plaything.
One of the perpetrators he named was former Prime Minister Edward Heath. Another was ex-Home Secretary Leon Brittan. A third was Harvey Proctor, once a Tory MP.
Two senior Army Generals were also implicated along with the former heads of MI5 and MI6 — almost the entire top tier of the British security establishment back in the Seventies and Eighties, in other words, was involved in the depravity.
A particularly lurid episode recounted by Nick is worth highlighting here.
Proctor, he said, had strangled a fellow victim to death in front of his very eyes, having first stabbed him with a penknife ‘over a period of 40 minutes’. He was only prevented from taking the penknife to Nick’s genitals by the intervention of the ‘other [adult] male present’. That person, according to Nick’s police statement, was none other than Ted Heath.
The ordeal, following a sadistic sex party in Dolphin Square, a luxury apartment block in the shadow of Westminster, ended, apparently, with Proctor giving Nick the penknife as a sick memento.
Source: Nick: Victim or fantasist? – Daily Mail