MI5 MAN READY TO NAME TOP CHILD ABUSERS

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Saturday, 12 July 2014

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A former MI5 man is ready to name Establishment figures blackmailed by MI5 over child sexual abuse

Barrie Trower (above) was recruited as a spy by MI5.

Barry Trower worked in Wormwood Scrubs prison in London in the 1960s and 1970s.

Top people, including Members of Parliament, sexually abused teenage boy prostitutes who were being held in Wormwood Scrubs prison.

Barry Trower’s job was to secretly record details of the top politicians, top police officers and top civil servants who had relationships with these rent boys.


David Cameron in Wormwood Scrubs.

Some of the teenage boy prostitutes spent weekends with Members of Parliament.

Officials including Members of Parliament were recorded offering to get the boy prostitutes freed from prison.

Barry Trower’s dossier of letters and phone calls between rent boys and top people was part of the child abuse dossier which went missing in the 1980s.

Barrie says that during his time at the prison, between 1967 and 1978, he passed on the details of 16 top people.

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Here we see top gangster Reggie Kray in prison. He is pictured with his boy friend (who died young). Reggie and his brother reportedly supplied young boys to top people.

Barrie said:

“My main job was to obtain information from these vulnerable youngsters about paedophile activity within the establishment.

“I was trained over about a 14 month period to just listen and gather information that could be useful for MI5 and MI6 whilst I was teaching.

“I would have to be on the lookout for paedophiles and homosexuals and especially those within the establishment, for example police officers, civil servants and MPs.

“There were around 233 boys and girls that I was responsible for. There were a group of the boys, who I would describe as ‘pretty boys’, many of them were rent boys.

“They would talk about very famous faces who had been at parties and events messing around with these boys, many of them were between 11-15.

“Ministers, police and civil servants, many of them known to the public were known by the public.

“Often the boys would get phone calls from these people, which obviously have to be logged, as well as letters which again we kept records of.

“They would have messages from MPs and Civil Servants saying things like: ‘You won’t do the full two year sentence, I’ll make sure you’re out in 16 weeks’.”

Barrie explained the information he recorded was passed on to four security officers who then handed the information on to MI5.

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  1. Ultrasound scans linked to brain damage in babies

    Source:
    http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/uknews/1364783/Ultrasound-scans-linked-to-brain-damage-in-babies.html

    By Robert Matthews, Science Correspondent12:01AM GMT 09 Dec 2001

    EVIDENCE suggesting that ultrasound scans on pregnant women cause brain damage in their unborn babies has been uncovered by scientists.
    In the most comprehensive study yet on the effect of the scanning, doctors have found that men born to mothers who underwent scanning were more likely to show signs of subtle brain damage.
    The implications of the study are to be raised at an international meeting of scientists being held this week in Edinburgh. There have been calls for urgent further research.
    During the 1990s, a number of studies hinted that ultrasound scanning affected unborn babies. Research has suggested that subtle brain damage can cause people who ought genetically to be right-handed to become left-handed. In addition, these people face a higher risk of conditions ranging from learning difficulties to epilepsy.
    Now a team of Swedish scientists has confirmed the earlier reports on the effects of ultrasound with the most compelling evidence yet that unborn babies are affected by the scanning. They compared almost 7,000 men whose mothers underwent scanning in the 1970s with 170,000 men whose mothers did not, looking for differences in the rates of left- and right-handedness.

    The team found that men whose mothers had scans were significantly more likely to be left-handed than normal, pointing to a higher rate of brain damage while in the womb. Crucially, the biggest difference was found among those born after 1975, when doctors introduced a second scan later in pregnancy. Such men were 32 per cent more likely to be left-handed than those in the control group.
    Reporting their findings in the journal Epidemiology, the researchers warned that scans in late pregnancy were now routine in many countries. “The present results suggest a 30 per cent increase in risk of left-handedness among boys pre-natally exposed to ultrasound,” they say. “If this association reflects brain injury, this means as many as one in 50 male foetuses pre-natally exposed to ultrasound are affected.”
    Prof Juni Palmgren, of the Karolinska Institute in Stockholm, a member of the team, told The Sunday Telegraph: “I would urge people not to refuse to have ultrasound scanning, as the risk of brain damage is only a possibility – but this is an interesting finding and needs to be taken seriously.”
    Other doctors and scientists caution that until further studies are carried out, scanning should still be regarded as safe by mothers-to-be. If confirmed, however, the findings would mean that ultrasound scans are causing slight brain damage in thousands of babies in Britain each year.
    Ultrasound scans, which were introduced in the 1960s, have long been regarded as a safe means of checking on the health of unborn children. The scanners use high-frequency sound waves to give X-ray-like images of the inside of the womb, but without using radiation, which carries a risk of causing cancer. Between the 1960s and today, the number of pregnant women having scans in western Europe has increased from a handful to virtually all of them.
    Normally, left-handedness is genetic: the likelihood of two left-handed parents having a left-handed child is 35 per cent, while for two right-handed parents, it is only nine per cent. It is when the incidence of left-handedness begins to rise above these normal rates that scientists become concerned that brain damage of some kind could be a factor.
    Other surveys have shown that premature babies are five times more likely than normal to be left-handed. According to the Swedish researchers, the human brain undergoes critical development until relatively late in pregnancy, making it vulnerable to damage. In addition, the male brain is especially at risk, as it continues to develop later than the female brain.
    The growing evidence that ultrasound affects unborn babies may cast new light on the puzzling rise in left-handedness over recent years.
    In Britain, the rate has more than doubled, from five per cent in the 1920s to 11 per cent today. Researchers have estimated that only 20 per cent of this rise can be put down to the suppression of left-handedness among the older generation.
    Dr Francis Duck of the British Medical Ultrasound Society will chair a discussion of the results at the international meeting of ultrasound experts being held this week in Edinburgh. “When the first study suggesting a link came out, it was possible to ignore it, but now this is the third,” he said. “What it demonstrates is the need to investigate the link further, and to look at possible mechanisms.”
    Dr Duck cautioned, however, that ultrasound scanning has saved the lives of countless babies: “This research must be seen in context, and it should not deter anyone from having an antenatal scan.”
    Beverley Beech, the chairman of the Association for Improvements in Maternity Services, criticised doctors for insisting for years that ultrasound was totally safe.
    “I am not sure at all that the benefits of ultrasound scans outweigh the downsides,” said Ms Beech. “We should be advising women to think very, very carefully before they have scans at all.”

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