VIP paedophile horror forms centre of investigation in Dutch cops' probe
DETECTIVES probing the Westminster paedophile ring are investigating bombshell
evidence that an MP was involved in the murder of a child in a snuff movie.
A young boy sold for sex is said to have died in a torture session filmed at Amsterdam’s notorious Blue Boy vice club.
Allegations that the unnamed MP was present can be revealed today. The claims mean police are now investigating FOUR child murders linked to the alleged abuse ring.
Informants said the MP was present at the murder after going to Holland for sex with boys supplied by paedo fixer Warwick Spinks.
Met detectives are now re-examining files on Spinks amid claims he was a regular visitor to Elm Guest House, where the alleged systematic abuse of children sparked the original VIP inquiry in 2012.
Boys were allegedly taken to the guest house in Barnes, South-West London, and Dolphin Square flats near Westminster, to have sex with VIPs and MPs including Cyril Smith.
Yesterday it emerged that police who investigated Spinks in the 1990s were told a boy had died at the club while the MP was present.
A source said: “Officers were told Spinks knew the MP and arranged a tour to Amsterdam. While there he went to the Blue Boy bar, where Spinks was running a brothel.
“The MP was said to have been present when a boy died during an orgy which was being filmed. The information was not confirmed and the MP’s identity never surfaced.
“However, clear evidence that boys were tortured was discovered.”
Spinks was jailed in 1995 for sex offences, including abducting a boy of 14and taking him to Amsterdam.
Evidence from the Spinks investigation is now being analysed by the Met’s three-pronged probe into networks of VIP paedophiles.
The team are already probing three other alleged child murders, one by a Tory MP.
The families of two boys believed to have been murdered by Sidney Cooke’s paedophile gang are also urging police to investigate possible links to the VIP ring.
Police were last night accused of covering up claims that a senior MP abused a boy at a gay brothel.
The victim is said to have named the MP when interviewed by detectives probing claims of abuse at the Elm Guest House in the 1980s.
But his claim — heard by a social worker — was allegedly left out of his statement after Special Branch or MI5 intervened to protect the MP.
Source : https://www.thesun.co.uk/archives/news/580588/mp-was-at-snuff-film-lads-murder/