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Wednesday, November 07, 2012

Masons in Police force. Links to child abuse.

Masons in the North Wales Police force try to hide their existence.  
Child abuse is rife.
Are the two facts related?

From www.aangirfan.blogspot.com





EXTRACT from aangirfan today.




Gerard Elias QC, the leading counsel to the Waterhouse Tribunal which investigated child abuse in North Wales, 'is a freemason.'

Reportedly, top freemasons are involved in top pedophile rings.

All across the UK, child abuse has taken place in children's homes and schools.

Reportedly, the abusers include top people in military intelligence (think of Blunt, Burgess and Oldfield), top people in the police, top judges and top people in government.

The 1997 Waterhouse Tribunal investigated pedophile rings at children's homes in North Wales.

Reportedly, the Tribunal's own top lawyer, Gerard Elias QC, appointed by the government, 'is a freemason'.

A Mason-Free Zone? - Rebecca Television


How many of the barristers who took part in the Tribunal were or had been masons? 

"Gerard Elias is a member of perhaps the most powerful masonic lodge in Wales, Dinas Llandaf. 

"The lodge, which meets in Cardiff, is made up mainly of legal professionals and members of the Conservative party, although there are members from other political groups.

"Another member of the lodge, Gwilym Jones, was the Tory MP for Cardiff North between 1983 and 1997. 

"He was minister of state at the Welsh Office when the Tribunal was set up...



"Gordon Anglesea was a retired North Wales Police superintendent who was accused by journalists of abusing young boys at a children’s home in North Wales. 

"He won a libel action and accepted £375,000 in damages.

"The judge was Sir Maurice Drake. He told the court that he was a member of an organisation to which Gordon Anglesea also belonged. He did not mention freemasonry but all of the legal teams on both sides knew which organisation he was referring to...

'Anglesea was questioned also about his connection with Freemasonry,' said the Tribunal Report, 'because of an underlying suggestion that there had been a ‘cover-up’ in his case.'

Anglesea disclosed that he was a mason, a member of the Wrexham lodge, Pegasus lodge.

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