July 4th, 2014

JAKE THE LAG: Rolf Harris Jailed for 5 Years 9 Months


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    Mycroft says:

    BBC R4 hasn’t announced a thing though!

    They like to put the News in a special order.

    But you are right… he’s gotta be a suicide risk.

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    Ah! floodgates says:

    Alongside the portrait of the Queen

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    Piss-poor Comedian says:

    That means life – in his case at least.

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    inside out says:

    Well he won’t be coming out.

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    Owen Jones QC says:

    Sentencing a sex offender to 69 months…how ironic.

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    Ah! justice says:

    Gordon threw phones
    The judge throws the book.

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    Mycroft says:

    The Reality.

    6-9 months real prison, but separated in the nonces wing.

    The remaining 2 and bit years in an intermediate position in a ‘Open prison’ not allowed out for the first year then on licence for the last 20 months.

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    Leonski Bryton says:

    Here’s hoping.

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    BBC Spokeperson says:

    We invented Rolf Harris and Jimmy Savile. They would have been nothing without us.

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    Vote Dave? Get stuffed says:

    Tie the yellow peedo round the old oak tree.

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    Bubba says:

    “Take them off. Take them off.”

    Rolf “But I’m eighty four.”

    Bubba “I don’t give a fuck.”

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    Vote Dave? Get stuffed says:

    This all goes to prove there is a link between crime and poverty.

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    Corby says:

    Probably he will be.

    Soon he will be moved to an open prison and will probably only serve about half the sentence.

    Too much of an ego to commit suicide.

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    Mrs Trellis says:

    That’s what you get for playing with your didgeridoo in A minor.

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    Jimmy Saville says:

    Who is the real pervert here, me for shagging dead bodies or the person who saw me do it and said nothing (no doubt a cheque should ease the horror suffered).

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    Peter Mandelson says:

    Indeed, very apt.

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    The Lone Ranger says:

    Agreed. He certainly had an ego – could have been should a politician.

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    Just asking says:

    Is it not possible to overturn a 100 year D Notice ?

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    Nigel Farage says:

    5 years 9 months with possible parole in 3……really? That’s not a custodial sentence, that’s a slap on the wrist!

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    Gosh says:

    TotP isn’t worth a toss any more.

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    Talent spotter says:


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    Judge's comments says:

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    Fucking Hell says:

    The Serious Fraud Office (SFO) was fined more than half a million pounds for owing HMRC £4m in VAT.

    The fraud watchdog used to reclaim VAT on legal fees and some specialist staff.

    After a new chief financial officer reviewed its VAT policy, the SFO decided to stop re-claiming VAT on external counsel fees in December 2012.

    In 2013, the SFO, which investigates the most serious and complex cases of fraud, bribery and corruption, asked HMRC to confirm how it should account for recovered VAT on outsourced services.

    “These discussions, coupled with an HMRC assessment which took place in October 2013, led to the SFO having a liability for reclaimed VAT in previous years… amounting to a total of £4,635k [£4.6m] including a penalty of £564k, interest of £104k, accrued tax of £798k and outstanding tax of £3,169k,” the SFO said in its annual report for 2013-2014.

    It shows that the £660,000 in penalties and interest were accounted for as programme costs under civil litigation – sums that one might assume should be devoted to pursuing wrongdoers.

    The annual report indicates that £1.9m of the VAT repayment was accounted for as fees for legal counsel, £580,000 was included as other staff costs; and £17,000 under IT costs.

    The VAT bill was partly responsible for the SFO net operating costs rising from £38.1m in 2012-13 to £51.7m. Costs associated three “blockbuster” investigations were also to blame along with a £200m damages claim from businessman Vincent Tchenguiz for malicious prosecution, trespass, false imprisonment and misfeasance in 2013.

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    Anonymous says:

    He’ll have topped himself within a month. They can’t put him on the nonce wing until after he’s attacked.

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    non taxable pikey says:

    Iranian jets now flying attack sorties in Iraq. ISIS commander severely wounded today. Kiss the Caliphate goodbye.

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    Mycroft says:

    Won’t be that long… 20 months and out he goes to visit an ailing wife or similar.

    The papers will likely get wind of it and a fuss made and he’ll be shut up again but he might get two or three outings before he’s discovered.

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    Chris B`stard Grayling says:

    I’ve heard Rolf Harris is dyslexic.


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    Anonymous says:

    er, now has Leon Brittan got some questions to answer? Or again, if politicos are involved then it’s OK?

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    bogtrott says:

    funny nothing about the BBC when are we going to see arrests made at the BBC.

    Mr s.Hall,Mr J Savile,Mr Harris all worked at the BBC at the same time,so if it had been another work place the police would have closed it down and a full report to the cps.Nothing to see move on.
    The BBC are shite.They knew but ratings were more important.Smearing everyone else but themselves

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    The Growler says:

    Surely what was slapped on Operation Ore, can be unslapped by a subsequent PM (if they were so inclined)

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    East India Company Wallah says:

    The BBC must have serious questions to answer

    It seems any celebrity leading the cultural revolution could behave like a victorious general raping anything that took his fancy
    To this day ,Anyone who is “socially conservative” is derided and mocked
    Nice Liberal Progressive Sex Pests onl!

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    Nelson's Column says:

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    BBC says:

    Do as I say. Not as I do.

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    Mycroft says:

    Looking at the “consecutive” and ‘concurrent’ sentences he gets actually 42 months… NOT 5 years 9 months.

    So out and about in 21 months.

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    Baron bury it, Leon Brittan says:

    I’m really not interested.
    You ain’t seen me……..right !

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    My Cocky Wock says:


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    Harperson says:


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    The Growler says:

    If you’re poor, you are subject to abuse by rich folks who think they can get away with it.

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    Questions of our time says:

    Britain planned to train and equip 100,000 Syrian rebels


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    Unlucky Alf says:


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    They all said I'd gone funny...they're not laughing now says:

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    I told you so says:

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    LibDemHQ says:

    Can he still pay his membership subs while he’s inside?

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    non taxable pikey says:

    Will Rolf, Clifford etc be able to do what Stan O’Neal has done with his nefarious past? Erase from Google time?

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    The Hunger Games says:

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    non taxable pikey says:

    Too late mate, Carole Kasir left all her photos and tapes to Rupert Murdoch.

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    Socrates says:

    When did Mike Hancock work for the BBC?

    Just wondering, like.

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    PMQs mode says:

    Smug sanctimonious face

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    The BBC is shit says:

    Lots of pictures of Maggie shaking the hand of Rolf and Savile taken at a time when everybody in the country would have been happy to be seen shaking these blokes hands prove fuck all.
    The left of course use these photo’s for their own smeary purpose.
    What Maggie actually knew is unknown what staff at the BBC knew or suspected is not in any doubt at all.
    I want heads at the BBC to roll then shut the rotten institution down.

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    Anonymous says:

    Utter rubbish. Convicted sex offenders are separated from the main prison population by default.

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    ? says:

    What happened to that dossier revealing high ranking political perverts given to Liam Brittan when he was Home Secretary by Geoffrey Dickens MP?

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    Sore bottom says:

    Up the Harris.

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    The Judge disagrees with the Above Blog comment says:

    The sentences that I impose are as follows:

    Count 1: 9 months’ imprisonment.
    Count 2: 6 months’ imprisonment consecutive.
    Count 3: 15 months’ imprisonment consecutive
    Count 4: 15 months’ imprisonment concurrent
    Count 5: 15 months’ imprisonment concurrent
    Count 6: 12 months imprisonment concurrent
    Count 7: 15 months’ imprisonment consecutive
    Count 8: 12 months’ imprisonment concurrent
    Count 9: 12 months’ imprisonment consecutive
    Count 10: 9 months’ imprisonment concurrent
    Count 11 9 months imprisonment concurrent.
    Count 12 12 months’ imprisonment consecutive

    The total sentence is therefore one of 5 years and nine months’ imprisonment

    – See more at: http://courtnewsuk.co.uk/?news_id=37470#sthash.F2ifJ9FX.dpuf

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    Parole Officer tbd says:

    Sent back to Australia? on release.

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    The Growler says:

    Eric likes those but prefers curries

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    Socrates says:

    To answer my own question, according the wiki it was between his losing the Portsmouth South parliamentary seat and gaining it back again, that Hancock worked for the BBC and Mencap, ie 1987 – 1997.

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    welly says:

    There were rumours about Savile being a nonce and necrophiliac back in the seventies. Thatcher would have been tipped off by MI5 but she continued to indulge Savile.

    Wasn’t her PPS Peter Morrison MP a bit of an oddbod?

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    Jail rocks says:

    With two very big wooden toys well used in hitting the “down boy”

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    West Midlands Police says:

    If anyone finds all of David Icke’s marbles please return them to your local police station.

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    Jail rocks says:

    Art classes, Singing classes, Drama.

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    He should have killed them and got less time

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    ooh says:

    Hello Mr Brittan!

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    Labour says:

    When was it destroyed? Not under Tony’s premiership I hope!?

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    Mycroft says:

    You are indeed correct, I apologise for any confusion I may have caused.

    Missed a few counts, so my (very) bad.

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    Anonymous says:

    He should have bought his ‘victims’ off – like I did.

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    Botan E Baye says:

    But isn’t Mr Harris the victim of a social experiment of filling a large Island wholly with people who have a criminal tendency?

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    Gossipmonger says:

    Sent to Australia with immediate effect to build up the colony

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    Whacko Jacko says:

    He should have bought his ‘victims’ off – like I did.

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    Llareggub says:

    Are we still allowed to transport our convicts to Australia?

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    david says:

    I see the Sun were quick off the mark.


    Strange no mention of Coulson on the front page.

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    Mycroft says:

    Since our ‘open border’ policy it’s all one way now!

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    NERMAL says:

    Well that’s some of the celebs dealt with, when are they going to start on the politicians?

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    Labour says:

    We want David Icke for our new leader, we need someone a little less crazy than the Ballses, Harperson or Militwit.

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    Joe Public says:

    That’s old Rolfie banged up

    But what about all those kweer peedo tory politicians who were molesting kids about the same time?

    “We’ve lost the evidence, M’Lud”

    Bastard thieving lying stinking corrupt hypocritical Westminster t(u)rds protecting each other as usual.

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    Llareggub says:

    “Did you think I would leave you crying / There’s room on my horse for two … RIDE, COWBOY! YEE-HAH!”

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    Lee O'Britain says:

    I’m not dead.


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    Llareggub says:

    Yeah, there’s definitely two legal systems in this country, as demonstrated by the Rt Hon David Laws M. P. Having trousered £30,000 in fraudulent expenses claims, conduct that would unquestionably land you or me in the clink, he gets to sit on the back benches for a year before being appointed to the cabinet!

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    Bill Quango MP says:

    To Google

    Under the ECHR right to privacy please delete all references to Rolf Harris, Jimmy Saville and Stuart Hall.
    Any crimes they committed were all well in the past and they, and us as their employer, should be free to get on without constant reminders in the media of long ago misdemeanors.

    Yours sincerely,

    Kaftan Jenny-Barrington-Inshalam,

    Deputy head of deputy heads,
    BBC legal


    Please also delete any reference to “Bonekickers” as that show really stunk and could be harmful to the careers of anyone involved..

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    Llareggub says:

    All together now:
    “Tie me kangaroo down, sport
    Tie me kangaroo down
    (fuck a wallaby)…”

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    Cesspit Britain says:

    What about D-u-n-b-l-a-n-e? Have all the facts come out about that yet?

    Or is that another state cover up.

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    Llareggub says:

    The man’s eighty four. Bang him up for several years, and it’s effectively a life sentence.

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    Mr Woy says:

    not yet.

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    Bent state says:

    Then there’s Mandlescum and Tommy Robinson.

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    Llareggub says:

    Leon Brittan is a conservative, so it’s okay.

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    Oliver Cromwells Mum says:

    Rolf is looking forward to meeting Big Bert from B wing aka Jake the peg with the extra leg in the showers tonight.

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    Ed Miliband says:

    I make that 93 years, 4 months and half-past Tuesday.

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    Anonymous says:

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    The BBC is shit says:

    Like I said what Maggie knew is a matter for debate but we have had BBC staff and celebs saying they saw this or heard that about Savile going back decades.
    None said or did bugger all about it.
    Even given the opportunity to expose Savile the BBC chose to go with the myth and present a tribute programme to the man.
    Rotten institutions do that sort of thing.

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    Ed Balls says:

    No, I’ve got 1,231.7 kilometres, depending on weft.

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    BBC bringing you popular Artist says:

    Another piece of Rolf. Must film it for our family viewers.

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    Handycock, sexual abuser of a vulnerable constituent, MP says:

    I think it is despicable slandering Brother Savile when he is not here to defend himself. Boaz.

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    Anonymous says:

    before a set of whitewashed walls

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    I.P.Nightly says:

    ROFL (Harris)

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    she was just seventeen says:

    spot on – in dick crossman’s diaries are notes of politicians’ admiration had for ‘pop’ and related meedja back in the 1960’s – wilson’s public wooing of the beatles (sic) reflected this

    here were what the politicoes thought were true professionals – in touch(sic again) with the ordinary person

    the relationship is as our helpful bbc spokesperson has noted – circular

    …..you know what i mean….

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    Anonymous says:

    They are all related. If the dam breaks, it will all come out. Not holding my breath, though.

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    aaaaaaah!!!! says:

    ‘roos are being put down en masse – to protect little joey – who won’t be going to Rolfhirst Animal Hospital

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    MrNedward says:

    It is scary how much stuf David Icke warned us about is coming true. OK forget the lizard people nonsense, the more “physical” political warnings are pretty much spot on!

    Why did the home office get rid of that dossier which Leon Brittan claims to have no further recollection of? Because it allegedly had information about the Elm Lea Guest House attendees, which include very famous celebrities, politicians, (including Leon Brittan), intelligance agents, Judiciary, seniour police, and links to Royalty. Start linking them all together and you soon get a chain which implicated a massive chunk of the heart of our establishment.

    Just do an internet search for ‘Elm Lea Guest House names list’

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    Bob cuntface Crow says:

    The more I read about Jimmy Saville,the more im starting to go off him.

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    Bent state says:

    To the idiots on here voting liblabcon, that’s what you’re getting. Labour filth cover up Tory filth cover up Lib Dem filth.

    It’s well past the point you liblabconers can bleet about ignorance as to what the westminster establishment are really like. By continuing to vote for these criminally corrupt parties, you are complicit in their actions.

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    Gosh says:

    The judge ordered no compo for the victims. Can they now start civil actions for compo against Rolfie?

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    MrNedward says:

    Thank fuck that Muslims know how to deal with other Muslims. Let them all kill each other. So long as they are not killing people here, good luck to them.

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    Turquoise Underpants says:


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    Anon says:

    …..Do we know the “Past” of many of our respected “Artists”?

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    Dangerous Brian says:

    Strange how a lot of the twats that get away with this shit all bat for the other team.

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    Anonymous says:

    Innocent unless proven guilty. Rumours are just Rumours. That’s how it is done in Britain and rightly too

    I find it rather unsettling though that everyone who comes on the telly now says they had their suspicions about Savile and never liked him all along. Well that is just bollocks and people talking shite and reacting to the current hysteria, the truth is that he was a national favourite and no one had a clue about the truth (except a select close circle)

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    Prime Minister David Cameron says:

    I couldn’t be more proud to lead the party that founded the NHS. Here’s some of what it has achieved since 1948: http://labour.tw/1j3AkPV

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    Anonymous says:

    Bless ‘em. Just two little boys…

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    Mycroft says:

    Op.Ore was a disaster and it still is one.

    It was based on their being only one crime, they forgot to check entirely if any of the names from the credit cards used were cloned.

    The use of cloned cards lead, after Op.Ore was shut down, to the realisation that the real p’does had also been in the card cloning game on a massive and comprehensive scale.

    Op.Ore was the stupidest of stupid investigations because of it’s own blinkered remit.

    Op.Ore was, and remains the largest, omni-shambles in UK policing history.

    So screwed up was this investigation that they even arrested the person who was given the remit to unlock the Hard Disks, they gave him the disks, he took them home (where he worked) they got a warrant and arrested him for having child porn at home.

    Just read the above again… do it a couple of times!

    Then rather than saying “Whoops, that was a bit daft wasn’t it!” they carried on with the case against this chap right up to the day before his trial. The Court had to threaten the Chief Constable with ‘contempt’ to get things sorted.

    I wouldn’t hold too much store in the Op.Ore thing… any of us who owned a credit card in 1998/9 and paid for fuel at certain petrol stations in three main towns in the UK might be subject to it’s jaundiced eye.

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    MrNedward says:

    Just goes to show, Murdoch really is cleaner and more ethical than the whole of the BBC.

    For a bit of listening in to unsecured voicemails, he closed the News of the World (which, considering Coulson has been found guilty, only after Cameron insisted on full investigations, (both police and independent inquiry), I wonder why Labour never launched an investigation into hacking, or why the very politically biased Met Police under Commissioner Blair, never had a full criminal inquiry at the time when coulson was sacked from the News of the World?

    Anyway, Murdoch shut the News of the World over a few years worth of listening in to unsecured voicemails…

    The BBC has harboured, enabled and covered up for several predatory paedophiles FOR FIVE DECADES.

    Yet they want to blame the Savile stuff on Thatcher and ignore any responsibility for any of this for as long as possible.

    It says something when Murdoch is demonstrably more ethical than the BBC!

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    Just pull it says:

    Makes you think what else he could be right about.

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    Bob cuntface Crow says:

    He is a mad Hunt but you are right that when you revisit some of his lizardless articles from ten years ago he was spot on.

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    Banned says:

    Like Grayson Perry – who likes to dress up like a little girl ??

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    MrNedward says:

    Murdoch is more ethical and decent than the BBC. He closed the News of the World over them illegally accessing unsecured voicemails.

    The BBC enabled, harboured and covered up for the sick filth of Savile, Hall, Harris et al for five decades and still does not think that the BBC did anything wrong.

    The entire vile, traitorous, anti-British, sick, child abuser enabling BBC should be shut down immediately.

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    MrNedward says:

    The Lizard thing is ridiculous, but he has been right about so much more than just this one thing.

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    Anonymous says:

    Charles Moore throwing out some chaff to distract the masses. Well he is another Old Etonian after all…

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    Observing quietly says:

    But Chairperson Vaz the Yemeni incomer isn’t – so why is he refusing to call Leon before his illustrious home affairs committee to answer a few idle questions about historical matters?

    It would seem that the Yemeni one has/must have a large cupboard full of skeletons to hide away from the public gaze.

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    Jimmy says:

    I thought this was the Icke fanclub here.

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    MrNedward says:

    The police investigated the online credit card payment gateway which was used by loads of legal and normal websites for membership payments, as well as a few p’do sites and considered anyone who had made a transaction through that gateway to be a suspect, even if they had never ever accessed the images of child abuse.

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    Mycroft says:

    Indeed they did… the level of incompetence is staggering.

    It’s those blinkers again…

    Because of the nature of the perversion and the disgrace that comes with being revealed p’does are amongst the most crafty of all criminals out there.

    Add in levels of incompetence never before achieved and OP.Ore was a low watermark in UK policing history.

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    Soshalistatemybankandpenshun says:

    Sqeel Piggie

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    JudgeJeffreys says:

    He’ll be sent to an Open Prison and then be able to walk out. Humanitarian I think

    Otherwise, out in 18 months for good behaviour – according to his cellmate.

    We need to know who questioned the “lenient” sentence?

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    Mycroft says:

    I doubt she knew much if anything at all. More likely she saw him as a harmless mummy’s boy.

    As time has past and no-one can be harmed…

    I was told by a BBC employee in or around 1982 that JS was a wrong’n.

    The chap who told me was a ‘Lighting man’ on TOTP, he spent his days up out of sight and because of the job was required to wear slippers so he moved about silently.

    He told me straight out that he was a charlie ronce and didn’t care what sex they were.

    He named three other people.

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    Mandywetdraws says:

    George is on holiday!

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    NE Frontiersman says:

    Thatcher made several unsuccessful attempts to get Savile a knighthood before succeeding; she must have been curious why these attempts failed. Did she never ask? She was pretty used to getting her way in most matters.

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    Lavvieluvvie says:

    Miranda was at it once. Fined £50 and banned from lavs.
    All the suspects have their photos on the web. Now there’s an eye-opener, amongst other openings.

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    tony bliar esquire says:

    Poor little fella………….. he didn’t make it through the night.

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    Tom Catesby says:

    It’s interesting that Mr Justice Sweeney said that the sentence in part reflected
    Harris’, abuse of trust that the public had in him. Strange such considerations weren’t made at the time the crooked MPs were being locked up, looking at the pathetically light sentences handed out.

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    A widows son travelling from the West.. says:

    When will it be Handy’s turn? He will of course be in a position to know quite a bit about the local thin blue line’s little bits of naughty, there’s also the lodge’s influence to consider too.

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    Beon Litton says:

    Are there any normal people working at the BBC ?

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    Tom Catesby . says:

    Are we still transporting rogues to Australia?
    I have a little list.

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    Henny Lenry says:

    Only white men abuse kids. Black an efnic minorities would never stoop so low.

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    Tom Catesby . says:

    ‘I know nothing’. Should be a leading Libdem.

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    Cinna says:

    If it was possible we’d have the remaining files on the sinking of the Lancastria in 1940. They still won’t release them. Ah well, only another 26 years to wait.

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    Birdman of Alcatraz says:

    Yes they can, he can ask to go, ‘on the rule’.

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    Georgie Porgie says:

    7×8 ? Fuck that !

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    Birdman of Alcatraz says:

    18 f^cking months for Coulson!

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    Birdman of Alcatraz says:

    18 moon for Coulson, isn’t even a slap on the wrist.

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    Who ate all the pies ( on the public purse ) says:

    I had sex with a public employee in circumstances that should have led to me being charged with misconduct in public office. Now I sit in the House of Lords. Can you guess who I am yet ?

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    No faith in Vaz says:

    Its fucking hilarious , you start an enquiry to find out what happened to certain documents which were last known to have been handed to a certain person. Ok who do you talk to first ? That certain person ? Well any ordinary fucking sensible enquiry would but this isnt a sensible enquiry its a cover up.

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    Anonymous says:

    Well there’s a surprise. Don’t suppose he had to fill in an application and be interviewed, either, that’s not how his sort get jobs.

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    Anonymous says:

    Makes sense. It’s not as if he could have done anything about it; technical staff in these “creative” outfits are regarded as minions, the “talent” scarcely acknowledges their existence.

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    Truthteller says:

    Out in three years for kiddy fiddling, tells you all you need to know about the Establishment.

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    inside out says:

    If he is dual national,can Home Secretary cancel his UK passport and deport him.The Australian Government has deported some British nonces,perhaps we can reciprocate.

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    inside out says:

    That means all those Jihad nutters from Birmingham and all stops up north will be on their way home then.

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    Llareggub says:

    Group sex EVERY night…

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    Enquiring mind says:

    And those three other names?

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    Welshman says:

    Egg us on.

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    Staffordshire funeral director says:

    Thanks to the NHS, I’ve had a lot of business

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    Handycock (Teen Fondler) says:

    I used to work for the BBC children,’s programme but removed this fact from my online CV as soon as the Savile scandal broke. Boaz.

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    Your Number's Up says:

    You are sentence to 15 years without parole for querying the competence of a sage member of the British Judiciary.

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    New Puritan says:

    Just like all jazz greats are heroin addicts all painters are pervs.

    Vaughan Williams liked a bit of a grope as well.

    Philip Larkin used to spy on girls with a telescope and wrote dirty stories about schoolgirls with Kingsley Amis.

    John Peelused to go on and on about schoolgirls on his radio programme before it became unfashionable.

    Why don’t we do it the other way round…which person active in the world of arts and entertainment was a moral and upright individual? Might be quicker.

    By the way, are great scientists pervy as well?

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    Anonymous says:

    Wife has lived a separate life from RH for many years

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    ned ludd says:

    That you, Leon?

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    Dez says:

    I agree, you British shit heads want your house burning down..bastard.

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    Rolferwho? says:

    I am a dirty old goat…

    Oi, plod, what about returning my porn stash? I’ll need it where I’m going.


  157. 157
    Rolferwho? says:

    No. Just us Kiddie-Fiddlers

  158. 158
    A Lizard says:


  159. 159
    Beardies are pervies says:

    His parents were Taffs so he is a British citizen by descent. I’m no immigration lawyer (if I were I’d be on my yacht not writing this) but that might make things difficult.

  160. 160
    Incurious Keef says:

    I’m not sure Vaz would be the man for the job. Elm Guest House was in full swing whilst Vaz was solicitor for Richmond Council. Some of the boys abused there allegedly came from Grafton Close Childrens Home which was run by Richmond Council.

    I think our greasy little friend might already know everything there is to know about this sordid affair.

  161. 161
    gladyspew says:

    Are you trying to drop a subtle hint here or summat???

  162. 162
    Anonymous says:

    “He’ll be 87 by the time he’s out…”
    Can he tell what year that is yet?

  163. 163
    Rupert says:

    I’m afraid that Rolf will definitely become Jake the peg when Big Bubba decides to insert himself in the showers.

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    scot2go2 says:

    Dont be silly… he will be going to a soft kiddie fiddler prison so he can swop his experiences with the rest of his kind…. and I can assure you ALL big Bubbas are weeded out long before they see the leafy ..TV in cell… walks around the perimeter… workshops… library… drama club operations that those deemed as “sick” as against “criminal” enjoy as guests of HM … I can guarantee he will have his “art” equipment within weeks of arrival…. anything for a soft life….

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