Savile with his friend Mick Starkey, a West Yorkshire police inspector
"Jimmy Savile cultivated the friendship of a group of senior police officers through weekly meetings at his penthouse apartment, while being investigated over a string of abuse cases, a friend of the star has told The Times.
"The broadcaster’s 'Friday Morning Club' included up to nine serving and retired police officers. The meetings were held regularly for almost 20 years until shortly before his death."
Regular weekly meetings with several senior police officers in his flat in Leeds
George Thomas was a Labour Member of Parliament who was 'Speaker of the House of Commons' from 1976-83.
THE SPEAKER OF THE HOUSE OF COMMONS.
"This reminds me of the ‘hanging judge’ Lord Rayner Goddard, the Lord Chief Justice, who literally used to spunk in his robes every time he passed a death sentence,( including Derek Bentley) and have a fresh pair of trousers to change into afterwards."
"George Thomas Lord Tonypandy also paid young boys to emigrate if they started bothering him – as admiringly reported by Leo Abse.
"What are we to make of the report that Jimmy Savile had regular weekly meetings with several senior police officers in his flat in Leeds? Was he paying them with money or children? Were they getting Savile to supply children for people higher up the chain?...
I can’t hold the question in any more – was Savile a freemason?
MUCH MORE HERE: THE SPEAKER OF THE HOUSE OF COMMONS.
"According to former residents at Bryn Estyn, Gordon Anglesea, a former senior North Wales police officer, was a regular visitor there.
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