Jimmy Savile boasted that he had friends in the IRA who could beat up anyone who got in his way.
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It has been reported that many of the killers in the IRA (Irish Republican Army terrorist organisation) worked for the UK security services.
aangirfan: IRA RUN BY THE SPOOKS / PRISON PLANET.com: MI5/MI6 TERROR ARCHIVE / Half of all top IRA men 'worked for security services' .
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The Sunday People reveals how Savile once told one of their journalists that he could fix anyone with just one phone call – to the IRA terrorists.
Savile said: "All I have to do is call my friends in the IRA. They’ll have someone waking up in hospital the next morning eating their breakfast through a f***ing straw.
"I know the IRA, men from the IRA, and you don’t need to ask these guys twice.
When Savile talked of IRA terrorists, he presumably meant those working for MI5 or MI6.
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Savile hinted about his gangster links in a 1983 newspaper interview: "I never get physical personally. Let’s just say that while I’m in Edinburgh very dodgy things happen in London."
Manchester and Salford Police's Chief Constable, W J Richards (centre), with Jimmy Savile.
JIMMY SAVILE WAS TOPS WITH THE COPS - Daily Star
"Evidence uncovered by the Daily Star Sunday shows ... the Fraud Squad, considered him a pal.
"An expensive onyx table lighter was inscribed: 'To Jimmy Savile from his friends at the Fraud Squad.'"
In 1979 the Metropolitan Police (London) presented Savile with a 150th anniversary medal.
The police gave Savile, one of the most prolific sex offenders, "a wall plaque and his very own inscribed Met police helmet."
West Yorkshire police, which allegedly investigated Savile in 1958 for 'interfering with young girls', presented Savile with at least one plaque.
"Tayside police, which has been contacted recently by an alleged victim, also gave Savile an award in 1996."
At least 14 police forces received allegations against Savile.
Savile got at least 14 gifts and awards from the police.
In 1971, the police launched an investigation after a 15-year-old dancer on Savile's BBC programme committed suicide.
In the late 1970s, a police officer reportedly told superiors about child sex abuse by Savile at Stoke Mandeville Hospital but was allegedly ordered to drop the investigation.
In 2007 Surrey police questioned Savile about allegations of child sex abuse in the 1970s at Duncroft school.
Former pupils recall that other visitors included the actor James Robertson Justice and the top Conservative politician Rab Butler.
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Top BBC journalist Meirion Jones has denied that he had concealed the potential involvement of one of his aunts in the scandal.
Mr Jones’s aunt, Margaret Jones, was headmistress of the Duncroft school where Savile preyed on young girls.
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