IICSA: Mary Moss responds to Jerome testimony

In a video posted 8 March, inexplicably in the “Comedy” category on YouTube, Chris Fay’s former colleague Mary Moss has made a brief personal statement refuting some of Thursday’s testimony by MET Commander Neil Jerome. In the video she states: My name is Mary Moss. I was mentioned a lot yesterday during the Child Sexual…

Fay & Maloney: Lies versus reality

Yesterday we looked into part of Thursday’s hearing at the ongoing Independent Inquiry into Child Sexual Abuse (IICSA), in which Commander Neil Jerome of the Metropolitan Police Service described the 1982 raid on the Elm Guest House. The raid came about as a result of an anonymous tip alerting police to the presence of a…

Weaponising lies: Brittan’s accusers went on to smear Sir Cliff

Many of our readers will no doubt have read yesterday’s Mail on Sunday article about Mark Williams-Thomas, described as a “self-promoting TV detective” who seems to take delight in “exposing” VIP sex abusers, most of whom have never been charged, let alone convicted. Following the success of the 2012 ITV documentary in which Williams-Thomas revealed…

Chris Fay and the ‘snuff movie’ confessions

Following up on last week’s post about Bill Maloney, Chris Fay, and the supposed “tattoo” found on Leon Brittan (which turned out to have started as a birthmark on an unidentified person, and magically morphed into a tattoo on Brittan thanks to a hyperventilating Maloney) we’ve come across a report featuring Fay and Andrew Ash,…