Child abuser Sir Cyril Smith (right) with his party leader Jeremy Thorpe, who was accused of trying to murder a male lover. Smith was acquainted with child abuser Sir Jimmy Savile.
LORD 'X' SUED, AND WON.
A top lawyer in London had studied the evidence, prior to the publication of the allegations.
In 1962, Smith had opened a hostel for boys from poor families in Rochdale.
Bryn Estyn children's home - 'used as a brothel by MI5', 1974-1990
In 1977 the Labour Party leader James Callaghan, and the Liberal Party leader David Steel, made a 'Lib-Lab pact'.
A prosecution of Smith might have upset the 'powers-that-be', by revealing the links between the security services and the child abuse in various children's homes.
The British security service MI5 grabbed the police files containing the documents and sworn statements from Smith's victims.
Britain's notorious Crown Prosecution Service initially claimed to have ‘no knowledge’ of any police investigation.
The Crown Prosecution Service has repeatedly refused to tell the Daily Mail who took the decision not to prosecute Smith.
Derek Harding comments:
"I am 70 years old.
"At my childrens home we were all starved.
"The owners said it cost too much to give us a full meal each day, and the bigger boys would steal our food.
"I and many others have malformed bones and very few have lived to my age.
"The way to get extra food was to 'treat the staff' as it was called and drop your pants for the gays.
"This was painful and degrading; i cannot see why the government is falling over itself for gays when they abuse boys in this way."
The military reportedly runs the child brothels.
Michael "Mickey" Jones comments:
"Reading the comment from Derek Harding brought tears to my eyes.
"I was suddenly a small boy again crying in fear.
"My legs are bandy from malnutrition as a boy.
"I had no idea other children's homes went as hungry as we did.
"We silently cheered when Jimmy Savile came with two freinds in his rolls royce to our home and to talk to the boys.
"What a mistake that was.
"Savile was only interested in one thing.
"And yes, boys went missing from our home too - 3 of them in the 1950s..."