Shocking satanic sex cult accusations now plague the memory of the late ex-British Prime Minister, Sir Edward Heath.
Altogether 30 witnesses have come forward to accuse Heath of a series of child sex crimes. There are allegations he was an accessory to at least 16 ritual sacrificial murders of children.
The public deems pedophilia to be the most heinous of all crimes. This is despite divided perceptions on many other dark criminal acts such as rape, terrorism and murder. Crimes involving children in sex acts unites entire populations in a response of horror and fury.
Heath’s sexuality was always a cause for suspicion
The generation he belonged to viewed homosexuality as a crime, and bachelordom as a likely cover for it. Many friends and colleagues of Heath during the 60s and 70s claimed he was asexual. He never married. There is some evidence he may have had a broken heart and never loved again. He allegedly kept a picture of an ex-girlfriend in his apartment.
There remains the question of cover-ups. “Old Boys Club” hush ups to protect the privileged and keep criminal networks secret. In 1990 a brothel keeper, Myra Ling Ling Forde, allegedly threatened to accuse Heath of being a client.
Forde stood accused of providing severely underaged children to an elite clientele. She spent 6 years in jail, but the accusations against Heath became dropped. There were suggestions that “higher ups” had threatened her into silence. Later she denied making the threats. She also claims that no one threatened her to deny this.
However, in 2008 an abuse investigation began into a childcare home in Jersey. Many high profile people stood accused of frequenting Haut de la Garenne. Celebs and elites stood accused of committing sexual crimes against the children living there. It wasn’t till 2015 that Heath would face accusations of involvement. He had already been dead a decade.
A hotline was set up for potential victims of Heath to confidentially offer evidence. Thus far 30 people have all provided testimonies of having experienced child sexual assault at his hands.
It was only last year in 2016 that a connection to Heath surfaced in the decades-old Operation Conifer. Based on the claims, initially made in 1989, of a woman who alleges her parents were Satanists.
With the assistance of her psychotherapist, she believes she was able to recall vile and evil satanic rituals
In 1989, the Wiltshire police dismissed her claims on lack of evidence. However, last year she mentioned that a man named “Ed” was a prime mover in the satanic sex death cult network. Chief Constable Mike Veale, who is heading the operation, allegedly claimed he was 120% certain that “Ed” was Heath.
Operation Conifer has come under much ridicule and skepticism. The cost to the taxpayer has been over £883,431. Many claims that bringing charges against a deceased individual is fruitless. If the claims prove false, his reputation and memory are historically tarnished.
The outspoken whistleblower, Dr. Rachel Hoskins, repeatedly claims that Operation Conifer remains riddled with fabrications. Hoskins has been working with the task force dealing with the case for many years. She authored a book while she still went by the name of Robert Hoskins, which described ritual child murder. Her expertise in this subject enables her to raise doubts.
Still, if there is substance in the claims, they would be the most extreme case of child murders in British history
The anonymous witness claims her parents asked her to assist in the capture of children. They supposedly made her partake in the violent and sadistic, sickening satanic acts.
Members of the media wish to see Operation Conifer continue. Experts like Hoskins believe it will be fruitless, and continue to waste money. She doesn’t ever imagine there would be any evidence that could convince the Crown Prosecution Service to prosecute. Friends and family believe all allegations are categorically fabricated.
Until the public becomes privy to tangible evidence, either way, we simply must accept that for now, the truth is unknown.
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