Jimmy Savile, in the North West of England, in Cumbria.
'Serial killer' Steven Grieveson has links to Cumbria and to Sunderland, both in the North of England.
It was eight months before the case was reviewed and it then emerged that all three boys had been strangled.
In 2013, Grieveson was found guilty of murdering 14-year-old Simon Martin.
"Police also did not consider it might have been a sexual assault.
"Northumbria Police interviewed Grieveson, who had 12 criminal convictions at that point, three days after Simon's body was found because the pair had been seen together.
"Grieveson told them he had never been inside Gillside House and they took him at his word.
"In 2000 a sample of DNA found at the scene underneath Simon's body was sent for analysis as part of a case review and matched to Grieveson.
He was subsequently arrested but not charged as the Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) said there was 'insufficient evidence'.
Sunderland, in the UK, is linked to child sexual abuse.
It would appear that the sexual abuse of children is widespread among top people in the UK and elsewhere.
1. witherwackhouse.blogspot.com (which has no connection to this blog) left a comment on the post "Child abuse in children's homes including Haut de ..."
This comment referred to:
A. Colin Smart, "a former director of Sunderland social services", who "was issued with a high court injuction to stop him disclosing 47 files" relating to child abuse in all the areas he worked in, including Haringey and Middlesboro.
Allegedly the files contained information on Derek Laud, an important member of the UK Conservative party.
C. The Sunderland Echo running stories on Witherwack House, children's home.
A new editor took over and "he was threatened by the local council."
Reportedly Witherwack House, Emsworth House and other homes were linked to child abuse rings.
A world wide problem.
2. Derek Laud is referred to in a post at "Our sex scandals are better than your sex scandals."
Allegedly, "at his Pimlico flat, and selected addresses in Dolphin Square nearby, Laud threw paedophile parties and we have one sworn affidavit from a former boy who claims he was seriously molested (among many others) by Lord McAlpine who was at the time the Tory party's clandestine fund raiser. It was alleged by this boy and others that Messrs Portillo and Lilley were also guests of Derek Laud..."
3. In 1998, Nick Davies, at The Guardian, revealed the story of Colin Smart
According to Nick Davies:
A National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children team "named 23 men and women who had been identified to them as abusers who had physically and sexually assaulted children at Witherwack during the 1970s and 80s."
They described, for example, two girls who, "from the ages of eight and seven, had become sex objects for one particular care worker who used to bend them over a bed and rape them every week or so."
Before the NSPCC report came out, Sunderland's social services department had been taken over by Colin Smart, who was not a freemason.
Neither was he a Catholic nor a member of the Labour Party.
Smart became alarmed by tales of child sex abuse and contacted the police.
Smart set up a team who soon reported on beatings and indecent assaults of children.
Smart contacted the Department of Health in London "to ask for the Social Services Inspectorate to mount a special and urgent inquiry into Witherwack and other children’s homes in Sunderland."
The UK and the Island of Jersey are now famous for the alleged cover up of child abuse.
Smart wrote to the chief executive of Sunderland Counciland offered him him a choice: either he supported Smart, or Smart would resign.
The chief executive accepted Smart's resignation.
Detective Chief Inspector David Wilson who had been investigating the child abuse, was moved off the inquiry.
Some of the child victims went to the Sunderland Echo "who backed them with a series of tough stories."
4. "How many masons I wonder were involved in the child abuse cases at Witherwack Estate, Sunderland. Why were masons at the Sunderland Civic Centre trying to hush the whole thing up?"
"The forms of punishment employed by the staff at Witherwack House included restraint techniques... I often heard screams of other residents being abused. Indeed I witnessed a rape of a girl who was eight or nine at the time - I tried to intervene but I was beaten senseless for my trouble - it was the best kicking of my life."
1. Wearside Jack and related letter (including handwriting analysis).
2. Sir Jimmy Savile had family in Marsden a few miles down the coast.
- Marsden is the finishing line for the Great North Run, the RVI in newcastle is the start line. The RVI is one of the new list of hospitals being investigated re Savile.
3. Horsley Hill (about 0.5m from Marsden) had a problem very similar to the Kingsmead estate in the 1980's.