Anonymous left the following comment on the post "BEN FELLOWS IS MISSING":
"There's a site called Guardianlies with a document called "The Cook Report: The One that Got Away" that casts a different light on the Cook Report sting.
It says: "...they met up with ‘Richard Roberts’ and another Cook Report investigator, posing as ‘Ben.’
"In furtherance of the entrapment of Ian Greer, the portly ‘Richard’ and the handsome young ‘Ben’ masqueraded as openly gay partners. ...
"A few days later ‘Ben’ called at IGA’s offices and told Greer that IGA had indeed been favoured with Ecocon’s contract to undertake research on the Insolvency Service.
"The openly gay and handsome Ben then invited Greer round to the apartment at 55 Park Lane for drinks together, alone, ‘as Richard would be out looking at houses.’
"So no 15-year-olds mentioned in that version.
There he's "openly gay" and invites Greer to his apartment when he knows they can be alone.
Ben said in one of his interviews that the grope lasted 10-15 seconds, which is a pretty long time for someone who said he stepped away when the alleged groper previously stood too close earlier in the meeting.
If there was a grope, did the groper really think Ben was 15 and was Ben really playing the part of an underage teenager, rather than an of-age "openly gay partner", or has Ben come up with the underage idea after the Savile scandal?
The whole claim rests on whether Ben told those present he was 15.
Why should the Cook Report ask him to say that, if it was a sting about cash for questions rather than child abuse?
Without the post-Savile conspiracy idea, there seems no logical reason why a fake lobbyist company would try to make itself look more plausible by saying it was employing an underage teenager."
CHILD SEX.DRUGS ...