FBI Mountbatten files: Prince Charles’ ‘mentor’ a homosexual, with ‘a lust for young boys’ – Brexit comedy censored? Alistair Williams’ ‘Burger King’ joke – The Maxwells, Promis software scandal and the murder of journalist Danny Casolaro – Epstein’s transhumanist ‘get out of jail free’ faith: pseudoscience, finance and nihilism

Friday 22nd August 2019

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After seven – straight talking and investigative reports

BCfm’s weekly Politics Show presented by Tony Gosling with Irish Republican Labour activist Martin Summers

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First hour news review: with Brexit party prospective parliamentary candidate for Bath and North East Somerset, Jimi Ogonnusi and Labour councillor for Ashley Mike Davis. Why Jimmy, from a Nigerian migrant family, joined the Brexit Party; Boris Johnson’s speech, about the UK’s new approach to Brexit, when he met Angela Merkel;  backstop and problems with the Irish border – The Good Friday Agreement and what it says about the border;  Chopper’s Brexit Podcast – David Davis on the £39bn to EU for Brexit; Brexit strain on shaky global banks;  No Deal Brexit and WTO terms; Brexit comedy Chopper’s Brexit Podcast – Jacob Rees-Mogg reading a selection of Brexit poetry;  Alistair Williams, comedian, explaining Brexit in a simple way as a group of young people deciding to leave a Burger King: Laughter, the left, Brexit & Burger King

‘Western Harbour’ Development – Thousands of homes planned in the Hotwells area of the city, Mayor Marvin Rees hasn’t consulted the locals enough, but discussing with speculators in secret. Bristol City Council are arranging preliminary ‘unofficial’ feedback sessions to ‘test the water’. Anyway this projected Western Harbour development is simply a 2011 scheme called ‘Bristol 2050’ dreamed up by developers and speculators in their lobby group ‘Business West’. Questions Raised Over 47% Pay Rise For [failed] Bristol Energy Director – example of Nottinghamshire Energy Company which eventually made a profit. Fracking has been momentarily stopped, then resumed, after largest ever earthquake recorded at Blackpool site, discussion and agreement that fracking is a disaster economically, environmentally locally and nationally, in every way.

Prince Charles’ mentor was a ‘homosexual with lust for young boys’ FBI files say – Lord Mountbatten.  Duke of York ‘hosted Epstein at Balmoral’

Anniversary of the Peterloo Massacre of 1819 – 18 peaceful demonstrators were killed and around 600 injured when the army attempted to break up the crowd – Chris Williamson, Labour MP suspended over alleged anti-Semitism, gives a speech in St. Peter’s Field, Manchester where he explains the class struggle goes on today.
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Second hour Investigative reports: Donald Trump claims Google could have cost him 16 MILLION votes by manipulating search results ‘in favor of Hillary Clinton’ as he trumpets liberal professor’s Senate evidence about ‘bias’:  online ‘influencers’;  we’re told Russians are trying to manipulate elections but the tech giants are the real culprits;  private companies and secretive state departments in UK that try to ‘influence’ – psychological warfare and strategic communications; Professor Robert Epstein, the liberal professor Trump tweeted, at the Senate Judiciary Committee about Big Tech’s influence being able to deliver sixteen million votes for their favoured candidate; The Sun and Rupert Murdoch’s influence; Big Tech, not Trump, is the real threat to US democracy; Google’s secret website blacklist.

Virginia Roberts Guiffre, the girl in the photo with Prince Andrew, gives her experience of the sordid life with child sex traffickers Geoffrey Epstein and Ghislaine Maxwell. Whitney Webb discusses the Promis Software scandal, Epstein’s career and connections, and him and Robert Maxwell working for the CIA and Mossad tracing connections back to the OSS, forerunner of the CIA.  Her articles on Mint Press NewsJuval Aviv on Promis and the Octopus Conspiracy Danny Casolaro’s Investigation into the Octopus and the PROMIS Software Scandal; From “Spook Air” to the “Lolita Express”: The Genesis and Evolution of the Jeffrey Epstein-Bill Clinton Relationship Far from being the work of a single political party, intelligence agency or country, the power structure revealed by the network connected to Epstein is nothing less than a criminal enterprise that is willing to use and abuse children in the pursuit of ever more power, wealth and control.  JFK assassination and the Chicago mob.  George Galloway on his internet ‘Mother of all Talk Shows’  – discussing the suspicious death of Robert Maxwell which, as an MP, he was intimately involved with, British media tycoon Robert Maxwell was murdered by the Israeli intelligence agency, according to a new book that also alleges the flamboyant millionaire was a spy for Israel and had links to organized crime in Eastern Europe. Seymour Hersh’s book being censored in the UK, and Mossad going after Mordechai Vanunu.  David Livingstone, author of ‘Transhumanism: the history of a dangerous idea’ –  explains the three characteristics of transhumanists – pseudoscience, finance, and nihilism.  Why hasn’t Ghislane Maxwell been arrested?

Israel’s Justice Minister, Ayelet Shaked, congratulates Trump for backing Israel.
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Tory minister Nick Boles was desperate for approval, ‘I just wanted people to like me’ – EXCLUSIVE: ex fraud squad officer on Action Fraud, crime victims mocked by Concentrix and City of London police – Elite child sex trafficker Jeffrey Epstein, latest in long line of US mob figures used child sex entrapment for political blackmail – Wellcome foundation deny Churchill fellow Grace Filby phage research grant

Friday 16th August 2019

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After seven – straight talking and investigative reports

BCfm’s weekly Politics Show presented by Tony Gosling with Irish Republican Labour activist Martin Summers

Due to last week’s devastating fire at BCfm’s Easton community Centre studio 1, The Politics Show was again Internet only, on this alternate live stream, ‘PRSC Radio’ (podcast available here shortly after)

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First hour news review: Brexit – Bristol Council planning for No Deal;  Lord Mayor job;  the Bristol Arena;  Retailers push for overhaul of business rates system – impact of internet shopping, large online companies not paying tax;

– Inadequate Tory skills minister not interested in public service, he ‘just wanted people to like him’: Nick Boles, on C4 News, discussing why he got into politics: Psychoanalyst puts Brexit Britain on the couch. Part 2: Former Conservative minister Nick Boles. Integrity and commitment in politics: Joanna Booth: Bristol City Councillors attendance at meetings record

Complaints about police Action Fraud outsourced to Concentrix (a criminal U.S. firm running rings round the public purse): Julian Parry discusses the corrupt sell off of Knightstone Island in Weston Super Mare for £1/yr instead of £8 million; Noel Edmonds, on RT, discusses being a victim of Lloyds Bank Bristol BSU fraud, police failed to investigate and how he got a c. £5m out of court settlement, his fight to get bankers jailed will go on: TV star Noel Edmonds plots a fresh legal assault on Lloyds in the hope that more bankers are arrested. Sources close to the TV star insisted that a compensation deal he struck with the bank does not mean his action against it is over. Edmonds was paid an estimated £5m by Lloyds after bankers destroyed his firm; techniques used by Lloyds Castle Park BSU offices to defraud clients, ‘bait and switch’; Paul Morgan-Bentley, from The Times newspaper, infiltrated Action Fraud, and recorded the workers; Commander Karen Baxter from City of London Police, on The Today Programme making excuses for Concentrix;

EXCLUSIVE: former Metropolitan Police Fraud Squad detective Rowan Bosworth-Davies, discusses Action Fraud revelations: they forgot fraud is based on deception, you cannot outsource police work, no redress for victims, no training for staff, on minimum wage, no collating of evidence patterns, equity loan schemes the next big fraud, must make a good probability fraudsters will be caught. US firm that runs Action Fraud’s call centre could be axed after managers called fraud victims ‘morons, psychos and screwballs’. City of London police said Concentrix’s contract would be reviewed. It comes a day after an investigation that revealed fraud victims were mocked and misled by call centre handlers who worked for the American firm. Commander Karen Baxter said today it would be ‘stupid and irresponsible’ not to review Action Fraud’s outsourcing of its call centre to Concentrix

– Bristol could get road pricing, the euphemism, ‘congestion zone’.  
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Second hour Investigative reports: Jeffrey Epstein dies in prison – suicide or murder? Richie Allen on his radio show with Jason Bermas, discussing various rich and famous presidential – royal type friends of Epstein – and Richie Allen foreseeing his death two weeks before it happened; did Ghislane Maxwell work for Israeli intelligence service Mossad? As her Dad did; US Attorney General William Barr announces investigation into Epstein death irregularities: Attorney general ‘appalled’ over Epstein’s death, announces investigation; Epstein and Mossad –  blackmailing people in power – Philip Giraldi: Did Pedophile Jeffrey Epstein Work for Mossad?

Prince Andrew named in witness statements few days before Epstein died: ‘The manuscript by Virginia Giuffre, now 36, details three alleged sexual encounters with Andrew, one of which is claimed to have taken place in London in 2001. At the time, the royal was pictured with the then 17-year-old with his arm around her waist. Giuffre has claimed in court she was “lent out” to Andrew. The Prince has vehemently denied her claims. A second girl, Johanna Sjoberg, testified she was groped by the Duke at Epstein’s New York house in 2001. Both say they were “lured” into the billionaire’s sordid world by Maxwell, who introduced Andrew to Epstein. Johnny Vedmore – the Swamp media:  The Epstein Associate Nobody’s Talking About: The IDF-Linked Bond Girl Infiltrating the UK NHS– NHS Nicole Junkermann: was close to Epstein – data mining;  Epstein introduced Melania to Trump; Epstein link to the Clinton Foundation; Mystery surrounds hyoid break in Epstein death – USA Today. Conflicting stories that Jeffrey Epstein, while jailed, ‘tried to commit suicide’ (second article) and said ‘someone was trying to kill him’ (second article).

Whitney Webb Epstein investigation in Mint Press News: 1) Hidden in Plain Sight: The Shocking Origins of the Jeffrey Epstein Case. Epstein is only the latest incarnation of a much older, more extensive and sophisticated operation that offers a frightening window into how deeply tied the U.S. government is to the modern-day equivalents of organized crime. 2) Government by Blackmail: Jeffrey Epstein, Trump’s Mentor and the Dark Secrets of the Reagan Era. Appalling for both the villainous abuse of children itself and the chilling implications of government by blackmail, this tangled web of unsavoury alliances casts a lurid light on the political history of the U.S. from the Prohibition Era right up through the Age of Trump. 3) Mega Group, Maxwells and Mossad: The Spy Story at the Heart of the Jeffrey Epstein Scandal. The picture painted by the evidence is not a direct Epstein tie to a single intelligence agency but a web linking key members of the Mega Group, politicians, and officials in both the U.S. and Israel, and an organized-crime network with deep business and intelligence ties in both nations.

US China trade war – Michael Hudson discusses the history of US moving away from the gold standard and how they maintained dominance. China closes airport and readies forces, accusing protesters of ‘terrorism’ Hong Kong protests – Trading nations coming to the brink Trade war and globalisation backlash pushing trading nations to the economic brink as recessions loom. Two of the world’s most famous trading nations, Germany and Singapore, are facing recessions later this year, largely due to slowdown in global trade. Donald Trump era has helped create increasingly tough time for nations reliant on exports, with further storm clouds on the horizon – US trade deficit because of it’s empire. US stock market drops by 800 points. Gibraltar frees Iranian tanker – US tries to stop them.  US Democrat ladies banned from going to Israel.

GcMAF treatments using phages for cancer and infections – Grace Filby from Reigate, Surrey who was researching this discusses the rejection of funding by the Wellcome Foundation. Grace died suddenly of cancer in late 2015 early 2016.

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Marvin Rees’s ‘Western Harbour’. Bristol residents bulldozed, field day for speculators – Brexit: guests say UK unlikely to leave EU with no deal on Halloween 2019 – India’s Modi detonates Mountbatten’s Kashmir time bomb – Big Pharma suppressing natural treatments for Alzheimer’s (Bredesen Protocol) and Cancer (GcMAF)?

Friday 9th August 2019

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BCfm’s studio 1 was gutted by fire this (Thursday) lunchtime. Thankfully no-one was injured and we managed to bring you The Politics Show, live, at the usual time. Not, however, on FM/DAB while repairs are underway but Internet only, on this alternate live stream, PRSC Radio.

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First hour news review: with SW England Brexit party MEP Ann Widdecombe and Conservative councillor for Westbury-on-Trym and Henleaze Geoff Gollop. Ann Widdecombe, MEP South West Brexit Party, discusses her time in politics and Brexit: things she wanted to achieve in politics and couldn’t; why she joined the Brexit Party; EU rules helping us; what it’s like working in EU; are we going to leave with a No Deal? Michael Gove, the No Deal Brexit Minister, discusses how No Deal Brexit will be OK; problems with No Deal Brexit; Guy Verhofstadt, Chief Brexit Representative for European Parliament, saying an EU army is necessary; Brexit affecting the Pound and economy – fragility of banking system – Euro not stable; how leaving EU could work – backstop.

External auditors concerned with £98,000 pay off of ex Bristol Council Chief Exec, Anna Klonowski; problems with the Mayoral system; Mayor Marvin Rees excluding councillors from meetings; Leader of Labour Group, Marge Hickman, discusses £29m shortfall in Bristol Council, from when Geoff Gollop was in charge of accounts; austerity and Local Government cuts. “It wouldn’t normally be the case at the scrutiny committee a year after this started with us asking ‘where’s the brief, why can’t we see the brief?’ “In this case, all we keep hearing is the mayor has an amazing idea and then we have to keep dragging out the information.”

Joanna Booth, Journalist, discusses the proposed Weston Harbour development and how local residents and local Councillors haven’t been informed on what is going on. Secrecy, the Western Harbour, transport, and billions in development. Smacking children to be a criminal offence in Scotland and Wales.
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Second hour Investigative reports: Article 370 – India strips disputed Kashmir of special status: referendum for which way Kashmir wants to go? History of British Empire and India – British Empire and partitioning. Al Jazeera report – Pakistan ready to meet Indian aggression.

CHINA BITES BACK – Dow closes 760 points lower in worst day of 2019 – Huawei – China and US trade war. 14 dead and 145 people injured in Taliban bomb attack in Afghanistan – biased reporting – most Afghans actually killed by NATO forces according to UN report;

6th Propaganda Division: British Army ‘fights’ fake news with propagandists and hackers in one unit – war and managing perceptions – all countries that can afford it, do it; How Israeli spies are flooding Facebook and Twitter; Inside Israel’s million dollar troll army; http://www.twitter.com/AntiBDSApp Hong Kong protests – Hong Kong reacting to Huawei’s director being extradited – Huawei are launch ‘Harmony’, their own operating system. What will Boris Johnson be like? – or is the Deep State really in charge?

BBC: US official lying about Iran sanctions – Brian Hook, US Special Representative for Iran – myths about US sanctions on Iran “The problem is that you need to find banks willing to keep open the business lines and compliance functions to process those transactions,” says Richard Nephew, an expert on US sanctions. – Iranian saying how they can’t get their medicines and people are dying. EU trade official refuses to do Iran job.

Alzheimer’s, Shocking takeover of UK pharmaceutical regulators NICE and NHRA by Big Pharma: parent of cancer patient child Ashya King was arrested for wanting to give child Proton Beam Therapy – four years later the NHS now uses it – Ashya King – Southampton hospital staff criticise parents. BBC Five Live GcMAF Cancer ‘Cure’ Investigation David Noakes, jailed for encouraging Macrophages nutrient GcMAF, discussing this.

17 more Goldman Sachs bankers charged in Kuala Lumpur over 1MDB scandal. Bredeson Protocol – has had good results for some Alzheimer’s patients. Our broken medical regulators Nice and MHRA. Drug and medical regulators ‘captured’ by Big Pharma mafia?
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‘Nick’ Carl Beech 18 yr conviction miscarriage of justice? Childhood trauma and disclosure failures – 16 months for knife killer who recorded and shared triumphal video after verdict – John Bolton accuses Iran: ‘central banker for world terrorism’ – Germany’s Ramstein and Stuttgart US bases make it a target for Russian nukes

Friday 2nd August 2019

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First hour news review: with independent councillor for Brislington East Tony Carey. Interview with Mark Watts, journalist, who has been covering the ‘Nick’ VIP child abuse court case – he feels trial was conducted in a troubling way:  not all evidence against Harvey Proctor was seen – Harvey Proctor had sexual interest in ‘young boys’, judge in ‘Nick’ trial heard without jury – defendants didn’t have access to all information; ‘Nick’ being given 18 years means other child abuse victims may not come forward;  Gordon Anglesea case; Gordon Anglesea: Exposed as a paedophile after 25 years of denials. www.foiacentre.comHarvey Proctor had sexual interest in ‘young boys’, judge in ‘Nick’ trial heard without jury;  John Wedger pushed out of Met for trying to prosecute VIP child abuse; Jim Gamble, expert witness for Avon and Somerset Police, set up; Kincora Boys home and MI5 setting people up.  Yousef Makki: Boy cleared of murder filmed ‘stabbing’ video – courts not doing their job.

Tony Carey left Tory Party and is now going to run as an Independent;  By-election in Brecon and Radnorshire. Paul Tanner from ‘Leavers of Bristol’ discusses how Bristol Post’s political editor Kate Wilson interviewed a group of eight of them for two-and-a-half hours in March, two months ago, but didn’t print the story. Sounds like an intelligence gathering operation rather than a journalists’ interview. Brexit: Boris Johnson in Wales saying backstop has to go;  Nigel Farage, LBC on Irish border;  electoral pacts.

Mark Carney – No Deal Brexit instantaneous shock to economy;  Mark Carney part of G30. Miriam from Circle group, part of former Bearpit Improvement Group, on Radio Bristol discussing their kitchen equipment being stolen. Bristol Bearpit: ‘Squatters stole £14000 worth of kitchen equipment’
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Second hour Investigative reports: US sanction Iranian Foreign Minister – US imposes sanctions on Iranian Foreign Minister Zarif. Iran’s top diplomat brushes off latest move in Washington’s ‘maximum pressure’ campaign, says action has ‘no effect’ – John Bolton saying why they did this:  who is funding terrorism? Iranian military; worker on seized Iranian tanker says law was changed the day before tanker taken; Iranian Foreign Minister discussing sanctions on Iran.

Israeli President, Ruven Rivlin, on moving the capital of Israel from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem.  Israeli gangland killings in Mexico – Israeli Mafia history.   Israeli army rape girl British woman who alleged gang rape in Cyprus arrested on suspicion of making a false allegation.  Anton Chaitkin – oligarchy stopping humanity progressing.  Trump suggests Baltimore ‘worse than Honduras’ – is this racist or true?

NYC judge delays Epstein trial until at least June 2020 – intelligence operation?  Epstein promoting eugenics: Mr. Epstein’s vision reflected his longstanding fascination with what has become known as transhumanism: the science of improving the human population through technologies like genetic engineering and artificial intelligence. Critics have likened transhumanism to a modern-day version of eugenics, the discredited field of improving the human race through controlled breeding. Mr. Epstein, who was charged in July with the sexual trafficking of girls as young as 14, was a serial illusionist: He lied about the identities of his clients, his wealth, his financial prowess, his personal achievements. But he managed to use connections and charisma to cultivate valuable relationships with business and political leaders.

UN Report: Afghan, NATO Forces Killing More Civilians Than Taliban Syria – ceasefire in Idlib after peace talks in Kazakhstan.  US involved in Sudan Oman.

Manfred Petritsch from All Smoke and Mirrors blog discusses Africom, Centcom  and how Germany would be a target because of US military bases thereTulsi Gabbard to be next Democrat leader? Tulsi Gabbard voted to condemn BDS, but she’s become a cosponsor of Ilhan Omar’s boycott bill– what are her beliefs?
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After Dark: Harvey Proctor on television in 1988, the year after first Met probe

23Jul19 By Mark Watts

Two police investigations gathered evidence that former Conservative MP Harvey Proctor had a sexual interest in children, Newcastle crown court heard.

One witness told the first police investigation, of 1986-7, that Proctor sexually abused him as a 14-year-old boy, while other witnesses told detectives that the then MP beat young men or boys and took photographs of their injuries, according to submissions to the court. One described a request for the procurement of young things.

Another of these witnesses, the court heard, told the police investigation that he discovered a big envelope of pictures of boys aged 11-19, including lots of kids about 11-12 years old. But no police action was taken on any of the claims.

The court was hearing legal submissions during the trial of Nick, Carl Beech, the man convicted yesterday of 12 charges of seeking to pervert the course of justice and one of fraud when making claims of sexual abuse by VIPs. I was the only journalist to cover the trial consistently, day by day, on Twitter @MarkWatts_1.

Sir James Goss, the High Court judge who oversaw the Nick trial, blocked defence attempts to admit the evidence on the grounds of insufficient relevance. But the hearing on June 21, held in the absence of the jury, could only be reported following its verdicts.

And it raises questions as to whether the Metropolitan Police Service disclosed any of the material to the inquiry into child sexual abuse chaired by Alexis Jay. And, if so, why the inquiry has so far chosen to ignore the evidence.

Collingwood Thompson, barrister for Carl Beech, made an application for more disclosure to the defence and for permission to cross-examine Proctor on specific issues. He made the application to the judge the day after the prosecution finished direct examination of Proctor and ahead of his cross-examination.

He said that he was basing his application on material disclosed by the prosecution to the defence only very recently.

He raised material gathered, first, by the police investigation before Proctor pleaded guilty in 1987 to three counts of gross indecency with a 17-year-old man and a fourth count with a man aged 20 at a time when the age of consent was 21 and, second, by Operation Midland that was sparked by allegations from Nick in 2014.

At the hearing, the judge largely worked from written submissions by defence and prosecution counsel. But Thompson confirmed the judges understanding that the material from the first investigation related to the circumstances of these offences dressing as children, punishing them in a particularly physically beating them to a stage where they were being marked.

Thompson wanted the evidence admitted to the case because it went to Proctors character.

Beyond the two complainants in the 1987 case, he told the court, there were four other witnesses referred to as witnesses 27, 7, 15 and 10 who described their sexual activities with Proctor as young men or boys.

One of the complainants alleged Harvey Proctor inflicted pain for pleasure, said Thompson. There is direct evidence of inflicting pain for the purpose of sexual pleasure, adding, A number of witness statements did appear to relate to these allegations.

A 23-year-old said that Proctor showed an interest in young boys, Thompson told the court. Someone who ran an escort agency [said]: He seemed to be interested in young boys.

One of the witnesses knew Proctor as Keith, but the former MP also used the name, David, the court heard. A witness said that Proctor identified himself as an MP.

Thompson told the court: These matters date from 1986, not so very long after the period we are looking at [in this trial].

In his summary of Thompsons submissions to the court, the judge records:

The activities spoken of in the witness statements include paying for rent boys/escorts, asking them to dress as schoolboys in shorts, pretending to be a headmaster or school teacher and punishing them for wrong-doing by spanking or repeatedly beating them hard on their buttocks with his hand, slipper or plimsole and a cane, in many cases causing pain and leaving marks or wheals on their buttocks.

In some cases, he took Polaroid photographs of the injuries inflicted. One witness says he discovered a big envelope containing Polaroid photos of boys aged 11-19 including lots of kids about 11-12 years old.

On occasions he told boys to engage in sexual activity with each other and he could be involved with up to four boys at any one time. One witness described a request for the procurement of young things.

Witness 15 states that, when aged 14, he was painfully slippered before being made to engage in anal intercourse. The activities were for sexual gratification: he was said to masturbate himself and/or the boys. There was a range of penetrative sexual activities.

The defence wish to cross-examine Mr Proctor about each of these alleged activities. They point to the case against the defendant arising from allegations made by him that Mr Proctor engaged in sexual activity with young boys at around the time he is alleged to have committed the acts of which the defendant accuses him.

They refer to the fact that there were occasions which involved more than one boy and in which boys were told to engage in sexual activity with one another, and there was a full range of sexual activity, including masturbation, oral intercourse and anal intercourse.

There was a sadomasochistic element to such sexual activity: Mr Proctor engaged in sexual activity with boys who were made to dress and behave as if they were younger which involved inflicting some pain for the purpose of obtaining sexual pleasure. The defence wish to ask him about these aspects of the facts of, and said to be surrounding his previous convictions.

The defence was making its application under section 100 of the Criminal Justice Act 2003.

Thompson went on to 2015, and the Mets search of Proctors home under Operation Midland. He said that the prosecution had recently disclosed to the defence the schedule of items seized in the property search.

One of the allegations made by Nick was that, Thompson told the court, a victim was restrained on a table, tied to a table. One of the items here is, restraint, and another, straps.

Recovered a school uniform, with a childs underwear for a child of 13 to 14 blood stained Harvey Proctor declined to give a blood sample. Police had not arrested Proctor, so could only take a blood sample from him with his consent.

Thompson said: This is someone who enjoys inflicting pain for sexual pleasure, which is one of the issues relating to him.

The judge added that the list of seized items include whip and the crop, restraints.

Thompson said that seized items include whips, restraints and cane. He also referred to a notepad relating to child abuse, which was entitled, Bizarre Sex.

The defence had only seen a list of items recovered, and it wanted the judge to order the disclosure of, for example, this notepad.

Tony Badenoch, prosecuting counsel, intervened at this point to say that following the seizure by police of items in the property search, All material was returned to Mr Proctor. The prosecution could not disclose any of the material because the police no longer had it.

The judge added that the seized items included indecent photographs. He said that DC Danny Chatfield, who gave evidence earlier in the trial about Operation Midland but not about this issue, formally seized the items on behalf of the Met and signed the appropriate form.

The judge added: Perhaps we should have him tell us more about this.

But Chatfield was not recalled.

Addressing Thompson, the judge said: We are somewhat in the dark. You are in the dark, I am in the dark, and Ive got to make a judgment.

The judge summarised Thompsons submissions on the list of seized items in these terms:

The defence also want to question Mr Proctor about items on an exhibit list referred to in a statement from DC Chatfield [DCJ] who was involved in the search of Mr Proctors home on 4th March 2015 and the descriptions of various items seized and since returned to him.

Those items on the list about which they particularly wish to question him are (DCJ/21) a school uniform and childrens underwear (aged 13-14yrs) bloodstained, (DCJ/22) school blazer, (DCJ /23) schoolwear stained, (DCJ/24) whips/ruler with blood, (DCJ/25/3) whip/crop and (DCJ/26) restraint with leather straps.

“They submit that the possession of such items is to do with the alleged facts of the offence with which the defendant is charged, and so judicial leave to cross examine upon such matters is not required. They argue that it is implicit in the Crowns case that the defendant falsely accused Mr Proctor of sexually assaulting him and others in a way that involved the use of force and that the presence of such items at Mr Proctors home is capable of supporting the defendants case that he was someone with an interest in sadistic sex.

Badenoch objected to the defence application, saying that there was a real disconnect between what Thompson was seeking to introduce and the charges against the defendant. They are a million miles away from what is alleged by Carl Beech.

He told the court that the other matters, beyond the two complainants of 17 and 20, were not sufficiently serious for any prosecution to result.

The judge said that on those matters where Proctor had not pleaded guilty, I am not concerned about.

But the judge wondered out loud about the right approach in relation to the four offences to which Proctor had pleaded guilty, saying: We have more details from these witness statements, so the issue is what facts around these circumstances have relevance.

Badenoch insisted that they were a million miles away from the allegations in the trial.

The judge replied: Well, there are differences, but there are- there is that nexus.

He asked Badenoch for his response on the items found in the search.

Badenoch told the judge that he could see the author of the book in Chatfields statement. The indecent photographs could be mild, could be perfectly legal, the schedule did not specify. There was no prosecution, he said.

He repeated: All the material was given back to him.

In summarising Badenochs submissions to the court, the judge records:

The prosecution submit that Mr Proctors convictions amount to no more than engaging in consensual sexual activity with two males who were then under the prevailing legal age of 21 (Witness 9 was aged 16/17 and Witness 12 was aged 20). They point to the surrounding circumstances of the accounts of Witnesses 9 and 12 not having been the subject of any criminal charge. In any event, they do not involve any allegation of unlawful, non-consensual violence, or sexual activity, rape or sexual activity involving young children. Moreover, it is to be noted that when objection was taken to any particular activity requested by Mr Procter, he accepted the witnesss wishes. The other allegations recorded during the 1986-1987 investigation (Witnesses 27, 7, 15 and 10) were not the subject of any criminal charge or conviction. They amount to unsubstantiated allegations.

Further, the sole allegation of non-consensual sexual activity was with a young boy, Witness 15, who claimed to be 14 years old at the time of the alleged offence. However, that allegation resulted in no arrest, charge or conviction and the witness had provided an earlier statement in which he denied (by necessary implication) that he had ever met Harvey Proctor. It is, therefore, an unproven allegation from an unreliable witness, which is material to its weight.

The premises from which material was seized during the searches on 17 March 2015 were occupied by others, including a couple with a young child. All the property seized, including digital devices, was carefully examined. All the property was returned. Nothing illegal was recovered. No charges were brought.

The prosecution submit that the primary issue in the case is whether the defendant told the truth to the police when he made the detailed allegations of giving rise to the charges of perverting the course of justice. It follows that whether he told the truth in respect of his allegations against Mr Proctor is a matter of substantial importance in the context of the case as a whole. The allegations against Mr Proctor, in brief summary are of multiple offences of rape, both oral and anal, on occasions jointly with other men, extreme physical violence, including torture and the threat of genital mutilation with a pen-knife, being part of a group responsible for killing one boy and himself murdering two boys, after having raped one of them.

The prosecution submit that the true issue, in the context of the defence application, is whether Mr Proctor has a propensity, as a member of a group, to (i) commit acts of serious unlawful violence against very young boys; (ii) commit acts of serious, non-consensual sexual assault against very young boys; (iii) murder; and (iv) rape. It is accepted that if there was reliable evidence in relation to these issues it would be of substantial importance in the context of the case as a whole.

However, they submit, there is no such evidence, let alone evidence which has a substantial probative value in relation to those issues. Further, there is no probative evidence directed at the issues identified above at all. The prosecution led the evidence from Mr Proctor as to his four previous convictions by agreement and because they are relevant to the facts of the offences with which the defendant is accused, their case being that the defendant identified and deliberately chose Harvey Proctor as one his targets for false allegations because of his convictions in 1987 and the surrounding and resulting scandal, rumour and innuendo.

They dispute that the issues identified by the defendant are of substantial importance in the context of the case as a whole: they contend that whether or not Mr Proctor engaged male prostitutes, indulged in corporal punishment schoolboy fantasies or was concerned to possess photographs of them, are not issues of substantial importance in the case.

When focussing on the specific allegations made against Mr Proctor (and others) by the defendant, the issues identified by the defendant are divorced from the true issues in the case, or are at the very least tangential to them. Further, they submit, the body of the evidence upon which the defendant asserts goes to the issues identified lack the substantial probative quality required for admission. Mr Proctor was convicted of four offences of gross indecency, for which he was fined. The body of evidence does not establish that he ever engaged in sexual activity with younger boys to the requisite standard, or at all.

The prosecution assert that the proposed cross-examination of Mr Proctor in relation to the 1987 material would inexorably lead to the litigation of satellite issues in respect of which the Court of Appeal has repeatedly warned against, and the kite-flying and innuendo against the character of a witness which the Court has observed section 100 of the 2003 Act was intended to guard against.

In relation to the evidence of items recovered from Mr Proctors property on 17 March 2015, the prosecution disputes that it/they has/have to do with the alleged facts of the offence with which the defendant is charged, and thereby escape the provisions of section 100 of the Act.

They submit that if this category of evidence is capable of supporting the defendants case, it can only be so by way of being evidence of a propensity to act in the manner alleged, and so is bad character evidence. The potentially relevant items were subjected to forensic scientific examination and yielded no results relevant to this case. All items were returned to Mr Proctor.

In relation to evidence of a relevant propensity, the defence assert that the evidence is capable of supporting [his] case that [Harvey Proctor] was someone with an interest in sadistic sex.

The prosecution say that this is not the defendants true case. At no stage has the defendant alleged sexual activity of the kind alleged in the offences of which Mr Proctor has been convicted. Alternatively, they submit, if it is the defendants case that Harvey Proctor was someone with an interest in sadistic sex, then this is not an issue of substantial probative value in the context of the case as a whole: the defendants case is that Mr Proctor is a violent rapist and murderer of young boys.

The hearing started at 10.34am, and was adjourned exactly an hour later. The judge said as he adjourned that he would give his decision at midday.

At 12.01pm, the judge returned. He said: I have re-read these witness statements and the application, its supplication by your submission made to me this morning.

The application to cross-examine Harvey Proctor on the matter is refused, and the application to cross-examine about the items in paragraph 31 and the application to list the items seized and returned to Mr Proctor is also refused.

In his written reasons, the judge said:

For the reasons identified by the prosecution and summarised above, I am satisfied that the evidence the defence seek to introduce by way of cross-examination of Mr Proctor in relation to the search list is not evidence that has to do with the offences upon which is being tried [sic] nor, in any event, does any of it have substantial probative value in relation to a matter which is in issue in the proceedings and is of substantial importance in the context of the case as a whole.

The issues in the case are those identified [by the prosecution] above. The evidence of an interest in consensual sexual activity with young men, including the acting out of a fantasy of schoolboy punishment by a headmaster by beating is an interest and behaviour that is very far removed from the issues in this trial and has no substantial probative value in relation to any of them.

The evidence of the witness in the 1987 case who alleged a non-consensual act was not pursued or adjudicated upon and the witness himself was demonstrably unreliable.

For these reasons the defence application is refused.

Thompson then asked the judge whether he could cross-examine Proctor on his denials in relation to matters that later led to his guilty pleas.

The judge refused, saying that it was fraught with difficulty because Proctors denials would have depended on what questions had been asked of him exactly.

Thompson then cross-examined Proctor that afternoon, but was unable to raise any of these issues with him.

The defence team is understood to be seeking an appeal against Carl Beechs convictions over this, and other, rulings by the trial judge, including his rejection of another disclosure application and his decision to allow the prosecution to tell the jury all about the defendants guilty pleas in January on five charges of downloading and possessing indecent images of children and one of voyeurism.

Mark Watts (@MarkWatts_1) is the co-ordinator of the FOIA Centre.

 

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– Bristol’s Labour mayor Marvin Rees, ‘wants to abolish the council’ turn city into private business? PM Boris Johnson, the new Churchill? Robert Fisk: echoes of Royal Navy’s failed 1980s Armilla patrol in this month’s Tanker Wars – YouTube now classes criticising Israelis as ‘hate speech’

Friday 26th July 2019

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First hour news review: with Bristol’s LibDem group leader Gary Hopkins: Labour mayor Marvin Rees up for next Mayoral election – his claims of his achievements in his 2019 Mayoral Address to council;  scrutiny of boards that spend Bristol’s money – Marvin has banned all councillors from these meetings – refusing to work with ‘non-solution focused’ people; Channel 4 chooses Bristol’s Finzels Reach as the home of its new Creative Hub Marvin discussing C4 coming to Bristol and his One City plan – what is One City plan? Tory Councillor Mark Weston at Bristol Council – less checks and balances in Bristol Council than in parliament;  Auditors report to Council raising questions over pay off to Chief Exec, Anna Klonowski; Tory Councillor, Geoff Gollop, on the Auditor’s report – records have disappeared;

Last PMQs of Theresa May – Corbyn on her notable u-turns – Corbyn’s ideas he has gone back on;  PMQs Yvette Cooper – security threat  of No Deal Brexit;  PMQs UK railway company asset stripped by German company Glasgow’s St Rollox train yard rolls into history – Brexit and new investment leaving UK;

New PM Boris Johnson – does charisma matter and is he trying to be like Winston Churchill? Boris’ new cabinet and who is out; Trump saying well done Boris; Jacob Rees Mogg new Leader of the House on the ITV Robert Peston show trying to rationalise the economy – Tory turnaround on public spending; Boris’s first speech in Parliament – Brexit negotiations; Farage thinks there should be a general election.
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Second hour Investigative reports: the Armilla patrol: 1980s echoes of this month’s tanker wars? YouTube censoring criticism of Israelis as ‘hate speech’. Iran and Britain tanker stand off – Iran taking British tanker:  Fisk article: Echoes of Empire? More like Gilbert and Sullivan. Trump is powering the UK’s preparations for war – it is he who needs to be deterred, not Iran. Let’s stop pretending that Middle East sanity can emerge from the current inhabitant of the White House. Iran Iraq war; Iranians tested medium range missiles and British ships must be escorted. UK navy to escort British-flagged vessels through Strait of Hormuz amid tensions with Iran;  Ukraine seized Russian tanker in Black Sea;  affect price of fuel? PMQs Russian attacks on Idlib in Syria.  IAEA Director General Yukiya Amano passes away at 72,

‘MH17: A Call for Justice’ new documentary by Max van der Werff about how the Russians didn’t do it  – Malaysian President speaking out – part of documentary where phone tapes are deemed to be edited – pro Nazi groups in Ukraine.  Lawyers of Mob as police informers Faruk Orman: Murder conviction quashed in Australia ‘Lawyer X’ scandal.

YouTube censoring films which present evidence of potential Israeli involvement in 9/11 attacks as ‘hate speech’  BCfm 2018 9/11 anniversary programme with Richard Gage and 9/11 Revealed author Ian Henshall – and Chris Bollyn’s 2015 Israeli 9/11 connections talk – banned for  being ‘anti Semitic’ and ‘hate speech’ – he has moved them to Russian version of Facebook https://vk.com/videos219313416 Clip from one of You Tube films – Chris Bollyn on Arnon Milchan, a Jewish Hollywood film director, who claimed to be part of Mossad: and all the films he directed that could have a link to Mossad thinking and the 9/11 attacks such as ‘The Medusa Touch’ and‘The Lone Gunman’. Predictive programming; Haaretz – Arnon Milchan: Israel’s James Bond; Hollywood producer and Israeli intelligence agent. Milchan bribery Netanyahu. Epstein and links to Israel part 1: Hidden in Plain Sight: The Shocking Origins of the Jeffrey Epstein Case  part 2 Government by Blackmail: Jeffrey Epstein, Trump’s Mentor and the Dark Secrets of the Reagan Era. Appalling for both the villainous abuse of children itself and the chilling implications of government by blackmail, this tangled web of unsavory alliances casts a lurid light on the political history of the U.S. from the Prohibition Era right up through the Age of Trump.  by Whitney Webb on Mint Press News.

Miami Show Band massacre documentary – bomb by UDA in Northern Ireland – or was it orchestrated by Army intelligence? stopping investigations into Northern Ireland.

Twitter suspends Iranian news accounts over tanker wars coverage. Comparing Hong Kong protests and Yellow Jacket protests.

Germany to fine parents who won’t vaccinate children. Infanrix Hexa vaccines falsified drug company data to make it look like it improves health.
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Ursula von der Leyen, president of Europe by 9 votes – Native bears and wolves, new Bristol attraction with a fascist whiff – Iran’s FM Javid Zarif on ‘Tanker Wars’– Who violated US/Russia #INF nuclear treaty? – Labour antisemitism row mirrors 1930s US Nazi Jewish boycott battle

Friday 19th July 2019

At six – discussing the big stories in Bristol, Britain and around the world
After seven – straight talking and investigative reports

BCfm’s weekly Politics Show presented by Tony Gosling with Irish Republican Labour activist Martin Summers

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First hour news review: Max Langer, Bristol bus campaigner, discusses his efforts to get bus franchising in Bristol, getting a petition and a vote in Council and seeing Tim Bowles, the Metro Mayor. Extinction Rebellion – PMQs  Corbyn – air quality and climate emergency – Clean Air Zone and Bristol Council.

Ursula von der Leyen is new President of Europe – some of her bid for leadership speech – is process democratic? European Commission vote results: Who is Ursula von der Leyen?  Brexit:  important issues being lost in Brexit black hole;  withdrawal agreement and backstop;  is proroguing of parliament legal? BORIS JOHNSON is widely expected to be announced as the new British Prime Minister next week – and could call an immediate snap election. So could this spell the end of Jeremy Corbyn? Nigel Farage in European Parliament saying what he thinks of Ursula von der Leyen, and the European Defence Union;  is European Defence Union a counterweight against NATO? NATO false flag operations.

Is Trump a racist? – PMQs his ‘go home’ comment ‘Go back to where you came from’ against ‘The Squad’: what about Windrush scandal in UK? And Theresa May’s ‘hostile environment’ for illegal migrants? ‘The Squad’ calling the immigration detention centres ‘concentration camps’ even though they won’t agree to money going down there; Nancy Pelosi, white Democratic Party Leader, complaining about ‘The Squad’ prior to Trump.

Apollo 11 mission to the moon anniversary:  now is it about who’s going to dominate space? – PMQs space industry in UK after Brexit? Did the space race defeat the Soviet Union?

PMQs Persimmon and their crumbling new builds Crooks, cowboys and conmen: MP’s damning verdict on Persimmon over its appalling building work – housing crisis.  PMQs inequality and schools – holiday hunger of ‘free school meal’ children – austerity and Lib Dems.

Native bears and wolves back to Bristol Native bears and wolves to live side by side in Britain for the first time in 1,000 years. ‘Charismatic creatures’ will also live alongside two Eurasian lynx and two wolverines:  Nazis and their de-extinction programme: The Fascist History of De-Extinction: Modern critics worry about the consequences of bringing extinct species back. The Nazis weren’t so concerned in their quest to bring back the aurochs. Troy Kennedy-Martin’s 1983 BBC adaptation of ‘The Old Men at the Zoo’ by Angus Wilson.
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Second hour Investigative reports: Talk of war with the Middle East for a long time: The Old Men at the Zoo, book by Angus Wilson, and updated TV screenplay of 1983 by Troy Kennedy Martin – about the fascist takeover of Britain at a time of nuclear war breaking out with the Middle East – an excerpt from the BBC 1983 TV drama serial; Coup attempt against Wilson in Britain in 1975 – ‘The Pencourt File’ book;

Israel’s 200 nuclear weapons. Iran’s drone shot down by US – Iran say it wasn’t – Frank Gardner, BBC, on Iran tensions; why does US want a war with Iran?;  BBC Hard Talk – interview with Iran Foreign Minister, Javid Zarifhe discusses Iranian nuclear deal, Israel’s nuclear weapons, and economic warfare.

US pulling out of Intermediate Nuclear Forces (INF) treaty: BBC’s Jonathan Marcus – is the treaty dead? What will NATO do in response? CULPRIT? The Russian 9M729 missile: The U.S. government says the new Russian missile violates provisions of the pact that ban production, testing and deployment of land-based cruise and ballistic missiles with a range of 310 to 3,400 miles.  Russian Lt. Gen. Mikhail Matveevsky, the chief of the military’s missile and artillery forces, said at a meeting with foreign military attaches that the new missile has a maximum range of 298 miles. Jens Stoltenberg, Secretary General of NATO, on the treaties, Russia’s non-compliance, and NATOs response to this;  NATO has short range missiles aimed at Moscow;  NATO considering European missile upgrade: NATO military officials are exploring whether to upgrade their defenses to make them capable of shooting down newly deployed Russian intermediate-range nuclear missiles after a landmark arms treaty dissolves next month, according to three European officials. Any change to the stated mission of NATO’s current missile defense system — aimed at threats from outside the region, like Iran — would probably divide the alliance’s member countries and enrage Russia, which has long said it views NATO’s missile defense site in Romania and one under construction in Poland as a threat to its nuclear arsenal and a source of instability in Europe.

Labour anti Semitism row goes on:  process of looking at it outsourced: Labour antisemitism: New emails show Corbyn aide’s plan to influence party’s panel, Emails obtained by Sky News relate to a discussion about the make-up of a panel due to hear cases related to antisemitism. Orchestrated campaign against Corbyn;  27th July  Palestinian talks at 2pm at St Mary on the Quay, and 7pm at the Palestine Museum and Cultural Centre

EXCLUSIVE: Anton Chaitkin, who’s father was a leader of the American Jewish Boycott of Nazi Germany in 1930s, discusses the history of the time:  what he thinks about anti Semitism slurs against Corbyn; WW2 continuing after it finished; Anti-Nazi American Jewish Congress and American Federation of Labour vs. Jewish bank Kuhn Loeb and American Jewish Committee who were supporting Hitler and Mussolini.

Catherine Austin Fitts on microchipping humans – African and modern slavery.
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Is 5G safe or necessary? Vodafone and other Bristol 5G advocates silent a week after rollout – Pakistan: three channels taken off air by Imran Khan – Newsrooms closed, journalists sacked as Ofcom allow commercial radio giants Global and Bauer to turn local licences national

Friday 12th July 2019

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After seven – straight talking and investigative reports

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February 2019 Ofcom complaint result: UKLFI exposed as creation of Israeli foreign ministryBristol Post article: BCfm cleared after being reported to Ofcom for anti-semitic conspiracy theories

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First hour news review: Sally Beare, campaigner against 5G and Nutritional Therapist:  health effects of 5G; 5G industry making money – invited 1. Freyja Lockwood from Bristol Smart Cities – invited 2. Julie Snell from Bristol is Open – invited 3. James Hope from Vodaphone explaining what 5G isTom Wheeler, head of FCC in US, says health effects unknown for 5G; Vodafone statement: Is 5G safe to use? 5G is all about the money; hackable; background of Julie Snell working for telecoms firm BT; 1000s of studies that have shown the bad health effects of 5G and wifi radiation; is the Council listening? Who does the regulating the International Commission on Non-Ionizing Radiation Protection (ICNIRP), a telecoms industry body. Vodaphone statement about 5GJames Hope explaining what 5G can do and where 5G is in Manchester; sign the petition to stop 5G at Pause Bristol’s 5G Rollout and follow on Facebook at Halt 5G in South West.

Brexit: Boris Johnson in CNN interview – talking about his gaffes; Jeremy Hunt in CNN interview – 4th ‘technological’ industrial revolution and how to stop Corbyn. Extinction Rebellion – closing centre of Bristol down for 5 days on Monday. Ken Livingston said United States of Europe is not possible – Alan Brown says it is.  Deutsche Bank and other banks going down. Costas Lapavitsas on Sky discussing the recent Greek Elections, what went wrong for Syriza Party, and how Greece could come out of EU.
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Second hour Investigative reports: Venezuela:  what is the Monroe Doctrine? Trump revives Monroe Doctrine: Trump revives Monroe Doctrine as warning to China and Russia. Latin American countries long demonised the doctrine which historically gave Washington a blank cheque to intervene. Rocio Del Valle Maniero Gonzalez, the Venezuelan Ambassador to UK – a continuation of her talk from last week; How can South America resist pressure from US; coup in Venezuela.

Link between warmongering against Iran and antisemitism slurs against Labour Party? Israel lobby and Mossad; NATO coalition to help ships through the Persian Gulf; Iran Revolutionary Guards denied trying to capture British Tanker. US plans more escorts over allegation, British forces do notBritain, Iran, Pentagon. Claims of a confrontation near the Strait of Hormuz involving the British Heritage oil tanker are denied by Iran’s Revolutionary Guards, who issued a statement, saying that there “has been no encounter with foreign ships including English ships.“ Sir Kim Darroch, UK Ambassador to US, resigns over leaked cables.  Alexander Acostar resigns after Epstein case – rumours Jeffrey Epstein was a spy connected to Israel:  Netanyahu Trades Barbs With Barak Over Epstein Sex Trafficking Scandal The affair has all the hallmarks of a major espionage case, possibly tied to Israel… the filming procedure smacks of a sophisticated intelligence service compiling material to blackmail prominent politicians and other public figures… Prosecutor Acosta said: ‘I was told Epstein belonged to intelligence’– political blackmail. Turkey buys Russian S400 missile system capable of shooting down Am erican F35 jets.

Pakistan – 3 TV channels taken off air by Imran Khan – they were discussing a judge being blackmailed.
Pakistan TV channels censured for airing Maryam press conference. Tommy Robinson jailed in UK for contempt of court.

Change of rules by Ofcom for local radio – more amalgamation is possible by big companies that own local radio such as Global and Bauer – with outcome of less local radio:  John Grogan, MP for Keighley, discusses these changes and the advantages of local radio and local news sources. Dilution of rules by Ofcom for UK local commercial radio: Two big companies now control ‘local’ radio: giants Global (US owned) and Bauer (German owned) – outcome is newsrooms closing, radio journalists being sacked, and less local radio as Global/Bauer abuse local licences to create more profitable regional and national stations. John Grogan, MP for Keighley and Kevin Brennan MP, shadow radio minister, discuss these changes and the advantages of local radio and local news sources. Questions to DCMS minister Margot James who yielded to the lobbying by Global and Bauer.

PMQs Serco run prisons fraudulently charging government – private prisons don’t work. Outsourcing giant Serco committed fraud on a mass scale – and yet it’s still propping up the state

Yeltsin reforms crashed the Russian economy leaving companies no money to pay staff so Russians had to barter for food – Alex Krainer discusses effects of the 1990 economic collapse in Russia.
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