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Jimmy SaVile by PeteHamilton
Jimmy SaVile

Jimmy Sa’Vile

A summary.

For those outside the UK, Jimmy Savile was a radio DJ, television presenter, and charity fundraiser.

Savile hosted the BBC children’s television show Jim'll Fix It, was the first and last presenter of the long-running BBC music chart show Top of the Pops, and raised an estimated £40 million for charities. At the time of his death he was widely praised for his personal qualities and as a fund-raiser. After his death, hundreds of allegations of sexual abuse were made against him, leading the police to believe that Savile may have been one of Britain's most prolific sexual offenders. There had been allegations during his lifetime, but they were dismissed, and accusers ignored or disbelieved; Savile took legal action against some accusers.

In October 2012, almost a year after his death, an ITV documentary examined claims of sexual abuse by Savile and led to extensive media coverage and a substantial and rapidly growing body of witness statements and sexual abuse claims, including accusations against public bodies for covering up or failure of duty. Scotland Yard launched a criminal investigation into allegations of child sex abuse by Savile over six decades from 1955-2009, describing him as a "predatory sex offender" while he used his fame and celebrity status to "hide in plain sight". They later stated that they were pursuing over 400 lines of inquiry based on the testimony of 300 potential victims via fourteen police forces across the UK.

By late October 2012, the scandal had resulted in inquiries or reviews at the BBC, within the National Health Service, the Crown Prosecution Service, and the Department of Health. In June 2014, investigations into Savile's activities in 28 NHS hospitals, including Leeds General Infirmary and Broadmoor psychiatric hospital, concluded that he had sexually assaulted staff and patients aged between 5 and 75 over several decades.

The psychopathic paedophile and sexual predator was given free rein across the NHS for almost 50 years by ‘starstruck’ staff. He abused sick, disabled or recovering children and young adults in hospitals that he regularly visited. Some staff were aware of his character and reputation but a look the other way attitude enabled his activities.. Sometimes the only protection nurses could afford the sick children in hospital beds was to advise them to pretend to be asleep when he came round.. Often Savile would brag about indulging in disturbing activities with young people, disabled women and dead bodies. There are claims some staff at hospitals and institutions were complicit in the abuse.

Some of the hospitals where he abused children were Leeds general infirmary, Great Ormond Street, Exeter hospital, Saxondale mental health hospital in Nottinghamshire, and Wheatfield hospice in Leeds; a Sue Ryder hospice for dying children.

Savile had the run of hospitals to come and go as he pleased, having his own living quarters in them, and had the keys to Broadmoore mental hospital.

Ironically, Savile put his face and name to a book published in 1985 teaching young children about the dangers of talking to strangers.

The Necrophile.

The mass of NHS reports into his crimes also revealed how Savile boasted about having sex with corpses in the mortuary at Leeds General Infirmary and at least one other hospital. A former nurse at Broadmoor Hospital said Savile told her about his appalling activities in Leeds, who said he would 'muck about' posing dead bodies of men and women together before taking photographs. The nurse added that Savile said he sexually assaulted the bodies as well, something he dubbed 'garamoosh' - a reference to oral sex.  A former patient at Barnet General Hospital in London said nurses told her in 1983 that Savile 'liked to have sex with dead bodies'. He even had jewellery made from glass eyes he removed from bodies.

Savile had openly talked about his interest in the dead in media interviews over the years, telling one interviewer about spending five days with the dead body of his own mother.

 

Did Savile murder?

During the late 70’s, while the serial killer dubbed ‘The Yorkshire Ripper’ was still at large, Savile was interviewed as a suspect and even had a cast of his teeth taken, as two prostitutes thought to have been killed by Sutcliffe had bites on their breasts. His teeth were examined in 1980, a year before Peter Sutcliffe, now 66, was convicted of murdering 13 women and attempting to kill seven others. Sutcliffe denied killing one of them, but detectives at the time thought he was lying to cover for an accomplice. Two of the Ripper's victims were found near Savile's home in Leeds.

The pair later formed a friendship, with the BBC star visiting the killer in jail and describing him as a 'mate' and later regularly visited him in Broadmoor Hospital.

Untouchable.

Savile’s activities, and his reputation at the bbc and other institutions were well known and an open secret. Any complaints or reports of his behaviour that was witnessed in such places went ignored by those in authority. A former BBC chauffeur says that BBC chauffeurs were sacked if they tried to blow the whistle on Jimmy Savile’s child-sex-rape activities. The chauffeur said he had once driven home a ‘hysterical’ 12-year-old girl. The girl said she had been sexually assaulted by Savile after appearing on a BBC TV programme.

Savile at the Haut de la Garenne

The former head of the Jersey child abuse investigation has said he now suspects that Sir Jimmy Savile was implicated in the Haut de la Garenne children's home abuse scandal. Lenny Harper said he now has "no reason to doubt" that Savile was involved in indecent assault at the notorious Jersey children's home, despite there being insufficient evidence to question him when he was alive. Savile has always denied he was a visitor at the home and when The Sun published a photograph of him there surrounded by children in 2008 his lawyers tried to block it. One hundred and fifty one alleged abusers were identified following the three year probe into sexual abuse, torture and murder at the home, and seven were successfully prosecuted. Claims of a cover up surround the investigation.

Friends in high places..

Savile held a place in [much of] the ‘great british public’s affection. He mixed with ‘common people’, but also with the very ‘highest’ in society.. Savile was awarded an OBE, and a KCSG, and was awarded a papal knighthood by the pope.

Anyone who had access to, or got close to prominent figures in government and royalty would have obviously been thoroughly vetted and investigated, but Savile was somehow able to acquire the kind of friends in high places that would seem unlikely for a radio DJ and television presenter that was considered odd and eccentric, uncouth and vulgar, and whose reputation and activities were already an open secret. There are claims that Savile’s abuse was covered up because he was close friends with Prince Charles and was a regular visitor to Kensington Palace, Buckingham Palace, and Highgrove.

Savile is also reported to have spent 10 consecutive new year’s eves with prime minister Margaret thatcher, who made four attempts to have him knighted before succeeding in her final year in office, such was her high regard for him.. Princess Diana described Savile was a kind of mentor to [Prince] Charles, who was a private guest at Savile’s isolated and remote cottage in Glencoe in the Scottish Highlands, which was searched following the scandal over fears he used the home to abuse victims. It is reported 20 allegations of abuse at the cottage were investigated.

Savile said that he was invited to regular meetings with the royal family because ‘I have a natural good fun way of going on and we have a laugh.’ Would one of the world’s most powerful families invite an aging disc jockey into their inner sanctum so often just because he gave them ‘a good laugh’? Dickie Arbiter, now 72, was in charge of media relations for the Queen between 1988 and 2000. He told the media that Savile visited Prince Charles’s official London residence St James’s Palace frequently. Savile’s behaviour on visits to Prince Charles’ residence aroused “concern and suspicion”.

Savile told Esquire: ‘The thing about me is I get things done and I work deep cover. I’ve known the Royal Family for a million years.’

He is also quoted as saying “I am like a sewing machine needle that goes in here and goes in there, but I am also the eminence grise: the grey, shadowy figure in the background. The thing about me is I get things done and I work under cover."

Jimmy Savile was a seventh child born on Halloween 1926.. Following his death his body was encased in a reinforced concrete tomb overlooking the sea in Scarborough. Savile's grand and ostentatious £4,000 headstone was reduced to rubble shortly after his burial amid concerns that protestors would vandalise his grave.

Too often, peoples minds take the path of least resistance, easier to live in delusion or denial than face a difficult truth.


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John Lydon by PeteHamilton
John Lydon

John Lydon

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Gordon Ramsey by PeteHamilton
Gordon Ramsey

A pre-op Gordon Ramsey..

..before his very expensive and extremely painful course of hair transplants, sandblasting sessions, and extensive cosmetic dental work to maintain his appeal to his American audience.

Trailers for his new series excitedly show us ‘chef ramsey’ punching food on plates now..

I dont watch so I dont know if this is a new ‘thing’? ..

..but because nothing expresses dominance and irrefutable heterosexuality more than punching an inadequate dinner in the face for not being good enough to be placed before some impressible twat.?


*[rubs forehead twice]-Your just doing a bit of dinner mate!

Do, say; miners, oil riggers, air traffic controllers, soldiers, high rise construction workers, or surgeons ,for instance, if finding themselves watching this cook twitching dramatically around his kitchen in his ‘chefs whites’, throwing fits, chimping out and screaming at his underlings and punching dinners for the cameras, do they say to themselves ‘well this is some serious business, I’d like to buy this guy a pint’!??

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Mark Zuckerberg by PeteHamilton
Mark Zuckerberg

Mark Zuckerberg; ‘the Zuck’.

 

When Fakebook finally collapses
under the collective weight of so much insipid banality and smug self-satisfaction,
deleting everyone inside,
the few remaining survivors left in the outside world
will hold a global day of celebration.

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David Cameron by PeteHamilton
David Cameron

Democracy is ‘supporting ones team’,
or else choosing to believe there is a choice,
in being fooled by the most convincing front man.

I have new paintings on the go and in the works,
meanwhile here are a few pencil sketches, more to come..

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PeteHamilton

Artist | Traditional Art
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Iv been drawing and painting for longer than can remember and am self taught.

I paint dreams, visions, and the occasional memento mori.
My paintings have mostly been concerned with human and organic forms, evolving beyond their usual and recognizable states and limitations, unrestrained and transitional, body and soul being separate or dislocated entities.

Current Residence: uk
Favourite photographer: Joel Peter Witkin
Favourite cartoon character: saladfingers
Personal Quote: In my dreams I run on all fours
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